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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

Any of those shoes US 7D (or close)??


Unfortunately, no, they're mostly between 9D and 12D.
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Any of those Alden Captoes 9.5 C or D in Black?
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for Spoo, 

 

Sorry for the bad pics. $20 for a diffusion leather jacket isn't bad imo. :)

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Originally Posted by jkidd41011 View Post

Nat...how long ago was that? It seems like your wife is always mad at you for spending too much money thrifting?
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That was November 2009. She doesn't really care anymore because I sell stuff to offset purchases for myself and trade stuff a lot too. With that said, the closet is so full she can't keep track of what's coming and going! laugh.gif
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A reminder that tomorrow is Columbus Day in the US. Goodwill usually has percent off sales, or at least they do around here.
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Originally Posted by Nataku View Post

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That was November 2009. She doesn't really care anymore because I sell stuff to offset purchases for myself and trade stuff a lot too. With that said, the closet is so full she can't keep track of what's coming and going! laugh.gif

LOL, nice... I'm trying to stay on that model a bit more myself. I remember reading about that haul a year or more ago when I first came around... dang, still impressive. No recently-deceased billionaires here, I'm afraid. The last GW opening I went to was my first "selvedge-label" Zegna tie, my first Borrelli shirt, NWT Bill's Khakis and other stuff I can't remember... that store is still decent. This most recent one isn't in such a nice part of town, I'm afraid, though I'll certainly be visiting since it's convenient if I take certain trips.

Seriously though, show me Zanellas more awesome than the ones I posted. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by woolnotmutton View Post

Sorry for the bad pics. $20 for a diffusion leather jacket isn't bad imo. :)

Fantastic! You should be able to get $200 or so for that, easy. But you need great pics...Not these smile.gif
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Originally Posted by horse's_ass View Post

Unfortunately, no, they're mostly between 9D and 12D.

12 D, eh? Now we're talking.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


Fantastic! You should be able to get $200 or so for that, easy. But you need great pics...Not these smile.gif


cool thanks spoo.  I took the pics in a hurry, with better lighting and hanged up it should make a better pic if I decide to sell it.

 

Any idea what year this jacket came out? 

 

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Originally Posted by woolnotmutton View Post

cool thanks spoo.  I took the pics in a hurry, with better lighting and hanged up it should make a better pic if I decide to sell it.

 

Any idea what year this jacket came out? 

 


99% sure this is a 98 or 99.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


99% sure this is a 98 or 99.


Ok, thanks.

 

I also have a question for you I also saw another Versace jacket that I suspect was a fake... It was way too beat up to buy anyway, but it also had all these medusa buttons, but there was no label... and the inside lining only has GV made in italy all over it.. It wasn't from the same guy b/c the jacket was huge compared to this one.  

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Ok, thanks.

 

I also have a question for you I also saw another Versace jacket that I suspect was a fake... It was way too beat up to buy anyway, but it also had all these medusa buttons, but there was no label... and the inside lining only has GV made in italy all over it.. It wasn't from the same guy b/c the jacket was huge compared to this one.  


Those GV linings are all totally fake. Medusa linings, or greek key linings are the general ones you should look for.
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Those GV linings are all totally fake. Medusa linings, or greek key linings are the general ones you should look for.


Sounds good.  Thanks again.

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Put this thing up on eBay this evening. Had it up for no less than 1/2 an hour and had offers pouring in. Sold it to the top offer of $800. Un-freaking-believable. The thing has a small hole in the shoulder near the neck, too! I am blown away.

I'm kicking myself now a bit too. The garage sale was held by a guy who told me he worked in the fashion industry. He was selling this stuff for dirt cheap. Shirts/sweaters were $5 and the Kuhlman sportcoat was $10. He told me he had a bunch more clothing to go through and he'd put that stuff out the next morning (Saturday). I asked if he had any Brioni/Kiton/Isaia/etc and he said no. I should have asked if he had any more of these blasted sweaters! Ugh. The wife wanted to go to the pumpkin patch with my family, so that's where we ended up going Saturday morning. Who knows what else I missed! Still, family time is always way more important than clothes when it comes down to it.
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Sorry for not being clear in my earlier post re: what was for sale/trade and what was not. As it relates to shoes, the following are up for grabs:

Size 12A (would easily fit a B) Shell Cordovan Florsheim Imperials. Excellent condition, probably the nicest pair of shells that I've touched.
Size 10.5C Black Longwing Florsheim Imperials. Excellent condition.
Size 10.5B cordovan Allen Edmonds Berwick. Excellent condition.
Size 9 D brown Allen Edmonds plain toe captoes. Corporate casual model with full vibram sole. Decent condition.

PM if you have any interest and I can shoot you some pictures or whatever.
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