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PRL scarf is real. Nice scores Shane! Thats the same sale?
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I'm sure most of you are starting to think about fall gear. Gloves are no longer on my list after my recent haul, so I thought I'd share these that have been listed forever. Guy forgets to mention they're peccary.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Barneys-New-York-leather-gloves-9-Italy-Barneys-Brand-New-/171980272098?hash=item280ad2b1e2:g:sv4AAOSwA4dWLp65
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4 sport coats today, first 3 are tagged size IT 54.  Apologies in advance for the low light "Linda pics":

 

Corneliani with cool metal and porcelain buttons.

 

 

 

 

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Etro 100% cotton, dual vent   (I think by Boglioli)

 

 

 

Cantarelli cotton & linen 

 

 

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Better pic of the Cantarelli:

 

 

 

 

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Cape Madras (Cape Elizabeth, Maine) Medium

 

 

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PRL scarf is real. Nice scores Shane! Thats the same sale?

Yea buddy! Also hit that store that is closing today. Everything was a buck. I'll get some pics up later today. The estate sale was pretty good. A lot of really nice women's coats but I'm out of my element with that.
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Oxxford x 2.

 

 

 

 

 

Dual vent, ticket pocket, working cuffs, 100% cashmere. I don't normally buy Tom James but it's baller as hell.

 

 

BB Italy silk/linen/wool by Lardini. 41R.

 

 

 

Recent Boss wool/silk. 44R

 

 

 

Steven Alan 40R.

 

 

 

'Lo Sport spell out.

 

 

Zegna spread collar 15.75" neck.

 

 

N&F indigo selvedge with some nice fades. Tagged 33.

 

 

 

NWT Zegna flat-front gray trousers. Tagged EU54.

 

 

 

Lululemon camoflauge shorts. 

 

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What are the deets on this "Red?" Does she primarily haunt the Buckhead GW? What is a brief physical description? What behaviors does she exhibit that would make her memorable?

I don't know where she primarily haunts, but I've only seen her at the BH GW. Red-haired female. Pushy as fuck. Never had her grab anything out of my hands, but had her reach over / around / in front of me to grab something that was "in my space / under my nose." She also follows the employees around and grabs whatever they just hung up - to the point of bumping you aside if need be. That was my first encounter with her. The second time, I planted myself firmly, had my cart wedged, and when she tried to shove through I gave her a nice shove back. I hardly shop there any longer (better pickings elsewhere) so no idea if she still uglies up that store or not.
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I don't know where she primarily haunts, but I've only seen her at the BH GW. Red-haired female. Pushy as fuck. Never had her grab anything out of my hands, but had her reach over / around / in front of me to grab something that was "in my space / under my nose." She also follows the employees around and grabs whatever they just hung up - to the point of bumping you aside if need be. That was my first encounter with her. The second time, I planted myself firmly, had my cart wedged, and when she tried to shove through I gave her a nice shove back. I hardly shop there any longer (better pickings elsewhere) so no idea if she still uglies up that store or not.

I hope that I get to make her acquaintance soon. :devil:

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Thanks to @SpooPoker for the billionaire estate sale recco. Lots of awesome stuff that was out of my wheelhouse (intricately inlaid furniture, McIntosh amps, etc) but clothes were hit or miss. There were ~30 pairs of black Versace Jeans Couture pants that I didn't think were worth picking up.


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I love finding vintage paperwork like this


hahah
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Thanks to @SpooPoker for the billionaire estate sale recco. Lots of awesome stuff that was out of my wheelhouse (intricately inlaid furniture, McIntosh amps, etc) but clothes were hit or miss. There were ~30 pairs of black Versace Jeans Couture pants that I didn't think were worth picking up.

Curious to know how they had these priced. I'd assume they knew what they had/researched them.
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They had the McIntosh stuff priced slightly high according to eBay.. They had a 250 priced at $1000. They had some other stuff that I didn't care to research, like a rackmount McIntosh AM/FM radio for $500, etc.
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What else do you need? That's like a James Bond kit.

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Originally Posted by aging in rhythm View Post

Thanks to @SpooPoker for the billionaire estate sale recco. Lots of awesome stuff that was out of my wheelhouse (intricately inlaid furniture, McIntosh amps, etc) but clothes were hit or miss. There were ~30 pairs of black Versace Jeans Couture pants that I didn't think were worth picking up.

 

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Vintage outdoor gurus @nataku @fueco


I've never encountered this Down filled puffer jacket. Am I on the right track? Thanks
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God dammit. just heard through the grapevine what I missed out on
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