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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I have had the most incredible 48 hours thrifting. I think I may have beat or at least tied my all time record.

Ive got a few hundred pieces to post (!) but ill just leave this here as a tease in the meantime. Mother fucking pop!!



@330CK


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post #44747 of 51253
Quote:
Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I have had the most incredible 48 hours thrifting. I think I may have beat or at least tied my all time record.

Ive got a few hundred pieces to post (!) but ill just leave this here as a tease in the meantime. Mother fucking pop!!



@330CK

please educate us. What is this brand?

post #44748 of 51253
Thread Starter 
Birger Christensen is like the John Lobb of furs. They've got the Royal Order for the Danish court and have been around for 100 years or more.

http://www.birger-christensen.com/en/

Their vintage stuff has a crazy following and if a piece is in excellent condition and is a great type of fur ( check, check icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif) prices can get way up in the thousands.
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that's about the going rate in the various secondhand markets for kids' sizes... i ran across one last week. did not kop.

post #44750 of 51253
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Birger Christensen is like the John Lobb of furs. They've got the Royal Order for the Danish court and have been around for 100 years or more.

http://www.birger-christensen.com/en/

Their vintage stuff has a crazy following and if a piece is in excellent condition and is a great type of fur ( check, check icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif) prices can get way up in the thousands.
Grabbed a Birger C. fur hood parka earlier this year. It's women's. I have worn it.
They make some awesome stuff.


Decent weekend here.


Oxx flannel

Bucket hat is from Linda. No label, but 5 out of 6 RN #'s were in the photo. Prada lambskin.

Etro silk pants, theory sailor, vv cord patch skirt

Coogi trio

Ralph

Burberry boucle, rlbl

Crocodile, Jil Sander goat suede.

And this tucking beautiful belt from Linda. I'm assuming bespoke as the label pictured is the only one. Horrible buckle will replaced, but this belt is so good.



Sorry for the photo dump gents! All NA for now.
post #44751 of 51253
@double00 good to know, thanks. If I had kids, would totally kopp myself.
post #44752 of 51253

someone found this in the womens section and put it on the rack for me to find...thanks whoever you are.

NWT who donates this shit...removable leather trim.John Richmond made in italy...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #44753 of 51253
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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post
 

someone found this in the womens section and put it on the rack for me to find...thanks whoever you are.

NWT who donates this shit...removable leather trim.John Richmond made in italy...

 

 

 

Someone clearly felt bad for you, knowing you've been in a terrible dry spell and not pulling in the sickest hauls north of the border.

post #44754 of 51253
Heart skipped when I saw this. Sadly missing pieces.











Not sure on this. If anybody can tell if legit.







post #44755 of 51253
Quote:
 Not sure on this. If anybody can tell if legit.

 

Looks pretty good from here.  Googling the model number seems to match the style.  And the middle stroke of the E is shorter, which the fakes usually miss.  I'm interested, available?

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Today was mostly vintage stuff for me. Available, per usual. 

 

Statis Pro Sports Illustrated games from the late 70's. All complete. One on the very right(77-78 season) has never been used. 

 

 

Game issued Maryland Terrapins jersey. From 1990 or 1991. Players name on back and all but not really sure if game worn.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fodder suits:

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #44757 of 51253
Damn, you slayed it. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Haven't got out much lately, but managed to kopp a few things

 

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 avail, size 40

 

pop :D

 

 

workaday<3

I stop into this store on my route every time I go out, but always walk out with nothing. Finally found something. :slayer: 

post #44759 of 51253
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Originally Posted by the2ndhandman View Post

Heart skipped when I saw this. Sadly missing pieces.



Depending on what the parts are you can find them on eBay. My son and I have a collection of Star Wars and GI Joe (he played with them now I'm sorting them). There is a big market out there selling parts to complete vehicles. Actually went to a Joe show in Louisville last month.
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A few cool things from the last two weeks.

 

Gustin Okayama Standards (gone)

 

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Recent Hugo Boss Peak Lapel Suit (38R)

 

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Super Recent Hickey Freeman Suit (42L). 

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J Crew Ludlow Moon Tweed SC (42L). I don't understand the hype, but I'm not complaining!

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Thom Browne (pop!) thick beefy button-down (gone)

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Edited by dadjeans - 9/13/16 at 9:17am
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