Donkey flannel: totally unique color, not in any current books.
Dove gray w/f: if not unique, then at least the best of its kind I have seen. And I don't know that it is available in any current book.
Blue triple check: a one-off exclusive.
Charcoal chalk: common enough, but I got a good deal on that and succumbed. Plus it's made by a mill I like that does not sell much over here.
Brown plaid w/blue: probably still available, but it's from a book that is running out and that I know will not be remade.
Brown plaid w/red: one-off exclusive.
Brown 3x3 worsted: totally unique.
The three sharks: I could get something like them from the books, but the light one is better than other light sharks I have seen, and the darker ones are just killer quality.
The blue w/royal nailhead and silk: totally unique.
The gab: English gab is getting harder to find; the Italians have taken it over. Plus, Burma shade is something I had thought was all in the past until I found that.
Triple dot nailhead: I've seen that pattern, and that color, but never together in one cloth.
Nailhead fresco: the only ones I know in current books are in Crispaire, and I don't like that book.
The tan 3x3 window: totally unique.
The mohairs: all rare and all gone.
First linen: I've seen tan, and I've seen cream, but not this. This I like better.
Ditto on the blue: it's not quite so dark as a true navy. I think linen is better in this color.
The olive I could have gotten anywhere, but that was cheap for good linen.
And the gray -- I don't know where to get that. Not in the three good linen books: H&S, Drapers, or W. Bill.
And, finally, some day the makers of all this kind of stiff are going to go out of business. No joke. When that happens, I will be glad I have this stuff.