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I have so, so, so much GI Joe and Star Wars stuff. Literally boxes full. Not the original boxes mind you. But so much stuff. I had the aircraft carrier for chrissakes.


The USS Flagg is big $$$$ even used. I buy and sell 12" Joe stuff a little bit. Maybe I should take consignments and become the Spoo for SF with GI Joe and Star Wars???🤔🤔🤔
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@mjmcribb
Should be able to date by zipper. You got a picture I'll look in the book.

Shoutout to @nataku for the isaia pants. There minty thanks.
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@mjmcribb
Should be able to date by zipper. You got a picture I'll look in the book.

Shoutout to @nataku for the isaia pants. There minty thanks.

TIA

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So. Much. Denver. Hayes.

Not a totally unproductive night though:

SuitSupply jacket


Borrelli x2


Isaia and Tombolini


TSE cashmere


Knize and Pringle


Gant x2 for me...


And Lululemon for my eldest daughter
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Stuff and more stuff. Available.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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on the ball caps, i think that's a pretty good haul. the Dodgers cap is from mid-70s until 1981, somewhere in there (i have the same cap somewhere but beat to shit). 

 

the Roman Pros i don't know, they made legit field caps in the 70s but they also made repros in the 90s. a quick glance at the interneterati seems to indicate that even the repros are considered good. i think the Orioles is a repro but the rest with the black labels have that MLB tag inside which makes me lean towards actual field versions. i guess you can research that.

 

the other thing to consider is the size - i think 7-3/8 is a decent size but if you go too small caps lose broad appeal i think. 

 

with the t-shirts, side seams really don't matter, they manufacture jersey knit on circular machines and use different size machines for stock patterns (s, m, l). otherwise they seam if necessary. vintage tees are all about size, fabric, age, and flavor. i would've picked up the jets shirt and left the rest, but that's just me.

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Pain is holding this in your hand, but not being able to buy it because it hasn't been "processed" yet. "Processed" meaning the record guy in the back will buy it and it will never make it out to the floor. Should have made a little effort to try and buy it, but knew it wouldn't get me anywhere.


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