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Spent about 3 hours combing Linda. Got some cool stuff. Pics when they arrive.

Also, not Linda, but picked this up about .5 seconds after it went up.
Thanks.
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With all the talk of socks on these boards it's only fitting I score some. All NWT of course. The Faconnable are wool 😊

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@classicthrifter

@cpmac7
Looks like you found some of Sam Rothstein's donations

I wish! Love that movie!
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AN EQUAL AMOUNT OF BLUEBERRIES IN EACH MUFFIN

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AN EQUAL AMOUNT OF BLUEBERRIES IN EACH MUFFIN

My mother quit letting me help her bake when I was very young. She grew impatient with me carefully placing the chocolate chips, berries, or nuts in symmetrical patterns.

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Spent about 3 hours combing Linda. Got some cool stuff. Pics when they arrive.

Also, not Linda, but picked this up about .5 seconds after it went up.
Thanks.

Almost missed that $18 cash Loro because the iPad needs recharging!
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We will have to come up with a new name for this PRL jacket...

 

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Spent about 3 hours combing Linda. Got some cool stuff. Pics when they arrive.

Also, not Linda, but picked this up about .5 seconds after it went up.
Thanks. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

For mistakes like this, do you search keyword or brand name even though it's missing in title? 

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Finally my wife made me do an initial purging of my old pre sf days shirts....

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Picked up from a recent yard sale. Absolutely flawless 1940 WW2 US Army 32oz OD melton wool overcoat. The owner had it professionally sealed 70 years ago and his heirs took it out for the sale. The weird thing is that I can't find out any information about this particular military contract or the contractor. You will not find one in better condition. Even the brass buttons are gleaming. (Don't let the 32oz fool you. That is just the weight of that type material. The coat itself weighs in at a little over 6 pounds. If you wore this thing on the top of Mt. Everest, I think that you would still break a sweat.

 

 

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happy with my weekend.

pop on 100% vicuna for me (finally,thank god)

stack of 15 jackets are all small guy size indochino custom (thats about 20 of those I've found now)

the brooks brothers / LP jacket is crazy nice, its a down filled quilted puffer.









































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The rarely seen Burberry Rover check bowl.

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I don't typically wear short-sleeve button downs. However, I think I'll give this Prada in my size a chance colgate.gif - NA.



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Probably my favorite shirt find of all time. Super slim.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Consignment, but almost priced like a regular Dickies shirt. :) NA.

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