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post #16 of 1289
Fritzl, thank you very much for sharing! For me it is a sort of cultural post....I know a lot about Italian and English tradition but not about the Austro-Ungarian one.

Fra
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For me it is a sort of cultural post....
Fra, for me too. Remember my message. No phone, no email... ...just a piece of paper and a road-map Are you ready for more?
post #18 of 1289
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Fra, for me too. Remember my message. No phone, no email... ...just a piece of paper and a road-map

Are you read for more?

BRING THEM ON!!!!
post #19 of 1289
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i like these one the most! i like the leather, what is it?

Honestly said. I don't know. Mr. Féher showed me the hide and I said: Yes.

It is a thick leather, calf?, that's why it is a blind brougue. It has a nice structure and it is aging nicely. Most of the time I use bordeaux wax.
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Honestly said. I don't know. Mr. Féher showed me the hide and I said: Yes.

It is a thick leather, calf?, that's why it is a blind brougue. It has a nice structure and it is aging nicely. Most of the time I use bordeaux wax.

i want some too!
post #21 of 1289
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Mr. Kiss is the Master of the Wiener Leisten for me. These shoes are built for eternity.

The Reiter is a thrift find. I'm supposed it is more than twenty years old.

The fake exotic hide was a gift and I thought it adds a little twist to the whole story.
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post #22 of 1289
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different soles:
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post #23 of 1289
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In the meantime: I already posted the shoes from my avatar. Post 62 - 65.

I'll add them here a little later.
post #24 of 1289
Hi Fritzl, I notice nailing in the soles runs up to the toe of the shoes....Is it coupled with a welt stitching? Fra
post #25 of 1289
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Hi Fritzl, I notice nailing in the soles runs up to the toe of the shoes....Is it coupled with a welt stitching? Fra

If I got the question right. Maftei does it for sure, so would I say for the other three "mester".
post #26 of 1289
Thanks again. I am glad for the opportunity to see these.
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wow! these are real blind mans shoe's!

Fixed
post #28 of 1289
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This is "another" shoe for a summer resort like the Salzkammergut.

The model "Slatin Pasha" named after Freiherr Karl Rudolf von Slatin, who spent his summer holidays here.

Queen Victoria put her trust in the Austrian officer Karl Rudolf of Slatin, who was the governor of Sudan. In 1897 he bought the "Spitzvilla" in Traunkirchen, where he welcomed King Eduard VII, emperor Franz Josef, and many other well known people.

Mine are a special interpretation, spotting a Goyserer welt.
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post #29 of 1289
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He did it.
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post #30 of 1289
I like the Féher and the first pair of the Kovacs.
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