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post #29716 of 118235
Quote:
Originally Posted by ArsenalDan View Post

So does anyone know what I'm dealing with? Absolutely no brand tags as far as I can see.
Details:
self-tipped
six/seven fold construction
the center stitch is a white thread, and looks to be intentionally "outside" of the tie as it ends
100% Silk Made in italy Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I've found Pal Zileri Sartoriale ties that had that stitching on the outside, but the composition tag looks like the ones on my Isaia 7 folds.
post #29717 of 118235
I know nothing about recording equipment, but for some reason, this name stuck out from me after (I think) seeing it on this thread. Went to a local estate sale today and got these for .50c. eBay completed listings seem like $55 each at the high, but anyone have any insight?
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post #29718 of 118235
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I know nothing about recording equipment, but for some reason, this name stuck out from me after (I think) seeing it on this thread. Went to a local estate sale today and got these for .50c. eBay completed listings seem like $55 each at the high, but anyone have any insight? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I think you could more than that. nod[1].gif
post #29719 of 118235
Quote:
Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I know nothing about recording equipment, but for some reason, this name stuck out from me after (I think) seeing it on this thread. Went to a local estate sale today and got these for .50c. eBay completed listings seem like $55 each at the high, but anyone have any insight?
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I think you'll do very well with these Spoo.....
post #29720 of 118235
So, guys, what's better than finding a vintage road bike at a thrift store for $30?











Finding one in someone's trash pile for FREE! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

My parents just brought me a vintage Trek 510 they found on the side of the street. It's rough, but it'll be a damn fun project.

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post #29721 of 118235
Short thrift visit netted 2 Hermes, 1 Gucci tie. Nothing else that would fit but happy today.
Edited by catside - 3/24/12 at 11:59am
post #29722 of 118235
Quote:
Originally Posted by ArsenalDan View Post

So does anyone know what I'm dealing with? Absolutely no brand tags as far as I can see.
Details:
self-tipped
six/seven fold construction
the center stitch is a white thread, and looks to be intentionally "outside" of the tie as it ends
100% Silk Made in italy Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
be08411f.jpg
60dc6938.jpg

A real shot in the dark but I was thinking Zegna Couture. 330CK's answer surely has alot more credibility though.
post #29723 of 118235

While we're on the topic of nice ties, can anyone say if this is real/fake?

 

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I doubt as it was found amongst a pile of polyester awfulness. Two other silk ones were with it, but apparently ungooglable. Can anyone ID?

 

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post #29724 of 118235

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^^^ Vintage MTM / Custom Sport Coat from the Andover Shop.  44 R.

 

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^^^ 2 Barbour Plaid Shirts - Both marked L.

L-R: 17 1/2 x 34 (inside of collar lined with dark brown corduroy); 17 x 34.

 

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L-R: Salvatore Ferragamo; Salvatore Ferragamo; Sulka: London.

 

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^^^ The BEST Brooks Brothers pants I have ever thrifted.  Italian Vitale Berberis Cononico fabric, flat front, uncuffed, finished interior seams, lined to the knee, and BADASS.  Marked 35.  Measures 36 x 28 (2 1/2 TOTAL inches of extra material).

 

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^^^ Vintage NWT Polo by Ralph Lauren 100% Wool Charcoal Gray Trousers.  34 x 30 (little if any extra material).

 

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^^^ Snuff brown suede single monk strap shoes by Sutor Mantellassi for Louis Boston.  Marked 11 1/2 B.

 

And a trashed Luigi Borrelli shirt that I bought for the fat MOP buttons. 

 

 

 

 


Edited by Typhoid Jones - 3/24/12 at 11:35am
post #29725 of 118235

Quote:

Originally Posted by Guitar Preacher View Post


A real shot in the dark but I was thinking Zegna Couture. 330CK's answer surely has alot more credibility though.


All of the Zegna Couture ties I have seen, the lettering of the Made in Italy doesn't look like the one pictured above and it is not in that particular spot on the tag. The stitching would also be in an x.

 

post #29726 of 118235

Went thrifting in Boston over the Saint Patricks day weekend, managed to find a bunch of pants:

Pants

Zanella x2 Incotex x2 Oxxford for Andover Shop, Samuelsohn cords (34-36 waists) Paul Stuart Thick Wools (sized 32)

 

also several ties:

thrift-ties

 

these 2 other pants will need to hit the dry cleaners before I can sell them:

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light brown zanellas 34 (pleated of course)

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green incotex twill 34

 

most all of this is available, and will probably go up on Ebay unless anyone on here is interested?

post #29727 of 118235
Quote:
Originally Posted by Typhoid Jones View Post

350x263px-LL-a075aae3_P1050437.jpeg

350x490px-LL-e9b9fdc7_eBayPictures3.jpeg

^^^ Vintage MTM / Custom Sport Coat from the Andover Shop.  44 R.

350x263px-LL-60d5ec5e_P1050444.jpeg

350x250px-LL-9fd9be91_eBayPictures14.jpeg

^^^ 2 Barbour Plaid Shirts - Both marked L.
L-R: 17 1/2 x 34 (inside of collar lined with dark brown corduroy); 17 x 34.

350x263px-LL-b8aa32f5_P1050449.jpeg

L-R: Salvatore Ferragamo; Salvatore Ferragamo; Sulka: London.

350x263px-LL-1dc7876b_P1040506.jpeg

350x263px-LL-db8fdf50_P1040507.jpeg

350x490px-LL-3c2c9471_eBayPictures27.jpeg

^^^ The BEST Brooks Brothers pants I have ever thrifted.  Italian Vitale Berberis Cononico fabric, flat front, uncuffed, finished interior seams, lined to the knee, and BADASS.  Marked 35.  Measures 36 x 28 (2 1/2 TOTAL inches of extra material).

350x263px-LL-522153dd_P1050303.jpeg

^^^ Vintage NWT Polo by Ralph Lauren 100% Wool Charcoal Gray Trousers.  34 x 30 (little if any extra material).

350x263px-LL-83797226_P1050448.jpeg

350x263px-LL-e872d967_P1050451.jpeg

^^^ Snuff brown suede single monk strap shoes by Sutor Mantellassi for Louis Boston.  Marked 11 1/2 B.

And a trashed Luigi Borrelli shirt that I bought for the fat MOP buttons. 





Hmmm those shoes might fit me... Details? PM maybe?
post #29728 of 118235
I bought a pair of brand new Rossetti monkstrap for myself. I am not totally sure if they are Fratelli Rossetti. I would really appreciate if anyone can confirm.

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The tag in the photo below shows "Rossetti Moda".
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It was not cheap, and I am not sure if they are worth picking up...patch[1].gif
post #29729 of 118235
Quote:
Originally Posted by ArsenalDan View Post

So does anyone know what I'm dealing with? Absolutely no brand tags as far as I can see.
Details:
self-tipped
six/seven fold construction
the center stitch is a white thread, and looks to be intentionally "outside" of the tie as it ends
100% Silk Made in italy
be08411f.jpg
60dc6938.jpg

Looks like a Borrelli to me.
post #29730 of 118235
I also got 2 sets of NOS Carval Hall knifes, made in US and a set of William Adams Sheffield England silver plate serving spoons.

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