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post #42736 of 109536
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Originally Posted by ATLjon View Post

 Ok, for some reason I can't upload pics. Two tie finds after about two weeks of looking (well, maybe not, but that's what it feels like)

Sweet orange Massimo Bizzocchi tie (Go 'cuse!). Didn't this dude run Kiton? 

I actually picked one of these up recently from a dude here on SF (but not on this thread). Mine's brown field with green and blue geometrics. Really like it.
post #42737 of 109536

And a few suits...

 

Ermenegildo Zegna "Roma" Transeasonal Wool/Silk Pinstripe Mens Suit - 40S

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Chest (armpit to armpit on back): 20.5"
Shoulder (seam to seam on back): 19"
Arm (shoulder seam to end of arm): 24.75" (1" let out)
Overall Length (bottom of collar to bottom): 29.5"
Waist (waist laying flat): 16.5"
Inseam (inseam to cuff): 30.75"
Cuff width (width at cuff): 9"
Cuff (height of cuff): 1.75"
Rise (waist to crotch): 12"
Excellent Zegna Quality
Transeasonal "Summer/Fall" Material
90% Wool & 10% Silk
Center rear vent
Fully Lined
Fully Canvassed!

Jacket pictures are better representation of color

  

 

Brooks Brothers Golden Fleece Gray Pinstripe Suit -  42R

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Size: Tagged 42R (See Measurements)
Chest (armpit to armpit on back): 22"
Shoulder (seam to seam on back): 19"
Arm (shoulder seam to end of arm): 24" (1" let out)
Overall Length (bottom of collar to bottom): 31"
Waist (waist laying flat): 16.5"
Inseam (inseam to cuff): 28" (1" let out + 2x cuff height)
Cuff width (width at cuff): 9.5"
Cuff (height of cuff): 1.5"
Rise (waist to crotch): 11.5"
Right armpit lining needs stitching - super easy
Quality Golden Fleece construction - current line
Very nice material
Center rear vent
Fully Lined
Fully Canvassed!
STAPLE PINSTRIPE SUIT!!
 

 

 

Fendi Double Breasted Peak Lapel Gray Pinstripe - 46R

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Chest (armpit to armpit on back): 23.5"
Shoulder (seam to seam on back): 20"
Arm (shoulder seam to end of arm): 25.5"
Overall Length (bottom of collar to bottom): 32"
Waist (waist laying flat): 19.5"
Inseam (inseam to cuff): 29.5" (1.5" let out + 2x cuff)
Cuff width (width at cuff): 9.25"
Cuff (height of cuff): 1.25"
Rise (waist to crotch): 12.75"
Top notch Fendi Quality
Very Light Weight Material - Perfect for Summer
Double Breasted
Unvented
Peak Lapel
Fully Lined
Half Canvassed!

post #42738 of 109536
First time out in a while and found some decent stuff.

Canali button down 17/43


Paul & Shark Yachting button down XL


Canali 16/41


J Crew Pacthwork Madras 32x30


Agave Denim 33x35.5 (nwot???)



Allen Edmonds Belmont 11B (Conditioned up nice after the pix)


Allen Edmonds Stockbridge 9.5D (seem to run small)


All available except for the first two shirts.

Also saw an old KHS Montana for $10.00. That was my first Mountain Bike almost 20 year ago. Need a lot of love. 50% off tomorrow so I wonder if the frame is worth $5???
post #42739 of 109536
FaceOfBoh ;

BEST TRADE EVARRRRR

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Totally in your debt dude.
post #42740 of 109536
Found a couple interesting things today. May need some help with info though smile.gif

John Smedley Sea Island Cotton Pullover XXL
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The Bridge? puzzled.gif It smells really nice.
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Anybody know anything about this? It's heavy as hell too. I looked this thing up on Singer's website, apparently it's from 1951.
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Edited by VLSI - 7/20/12 at 8:32pm
post #42741 of 109536
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Originally Posted by toscano_adottato View Post

Hans is correct. Key-ton, with the ton pronounced like "tone" not "ton."

There you go, one more proof that my tailor is full of it. Need a new one. I need that suit to fit me.
post #42742 of 109536
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

This logo is found inside the shoe, on the footbed. Here is a pic, which pretty much all you can see is the outline. Now you can see how crappy my sketch really was.

700

 

There definitely appears to be some letters faintly visible when I messed with it a bit...

700

post #42743 of 109536
Finally, FINALLY, managed to reunite an orphan jacket with its pants. The jacket's been hanging around the store for weeks but the pants just mysteriously appeared and I found them tonight.

This one's for the larger gentleman. Beautiful material; trousers are cuffed with double reverse pleats.

Anyone know what that pink tag is on the label?

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PS Thanks for the kind word Spoo. You're just being gracious because you're doing the classic drug dealer MO: get 'em hooked and he'll keep coming back for more. bounce2.gif
post #42744 of 109536
Anybody know anything about this? It's heavy as hell too. I looked this thing up on Singer's website, apparently it's from 1951.
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You want to look for a 221 model...that model will get you an easy 2 bills on the bay.
post #42745 of 109536
What is this model? Is it worth anything?
post #42746 of 109536

Hung out with Troika today. He's a really cool guy, very down to earth. He's very knowledgeable. Got to pick his brain for a bit. Picked up some Elie Tahari women's flats to flip. Offered him a cut but he respectfully declined. What a guy. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Originally Posted by mainy View Post

if you have pm'd me in the last 10 days or so and i haven't responded, i'm not ignoring you, i just haven't had a chance to go through them all yet
vintage red wing pull on boots
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florsheim imperial scotchgrain vcleat
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allen edmonds "tom, dick, harry"
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salvatore ferragamo loafers
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allen edmonds sanford
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alden for brooks bros shell cordo loafers... had some sticky residue on the one shoe as you can see, but i got it off smile.gif
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"the royal guardsmen" shell cordo longwings. never heard of this brand but they are really nice
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VINTAGE cole haan shell cordovan shoes... really a cool design, built like a tank
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best part... total price for all these shoes, and florsheim shoe trees: $46

 

 

Got any size 7, 7.5 D or E in that pile? biggrin.gif

 

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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

And a few suits...

 

Ermenegildo Zegna "Roma" Transeasonal Wool/Silk Pinstripe Mens Suit - 40S

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Photobucket

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Chest (armpit to armpit on back): 20.5"
Shoulder (seam to seam on back): 19"
Arm (shoulder seam to end of arm): 24.75" (1" let out)
Overall Length (bottom of collar to bottom): 29.5"
Waist (waist laying flat): 16.5"
Inseam (inseam to cuff): 30.75"
Cuff width (width at cuff): 9"
Cuff (height of cuff): 1.75"
Rise (waist to crotch): 12"
Excellent Zegna Quality
Transeasonal "Summer/Fall" Material
90% Wool & 10% Silk
Center rear vent
Fully Lined
Fully Canvassed!

Jacket pictures are better representation of color

  

 

Brooks Brothers Golden Fleece Gray Pinstripe Suit -  42R

Photobucket

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Size: Tagged 42R (See Measurements)
Chest (armpit to armpit on back): 22"
Shoulder (seam to seam on back): 19"
Arm (shoulder seam to end of arm): 24" (1" let out)
Overall Length (bottom of collar to bottom): 31"
Waist (waist laying flat): 16.5"
Inseam (inseam to cuff): 28" (1" let out + 2x cuff height)
Cuff width (width at cuff): 9.5"
Cuff (height of cuff): 1.5"
Rise (waist to crotch): 11.5"
Right armpit lining needs stitching - super easy
Quality Golden Fleece construction - current line
Very nice material
Center rear vent
Fully Lined
Fully Canvassed!
STAPLE PINSTRIPE SUIT!!
 

 

 

Fendi Double Breasted Peak Lapel Gray Pinstripe - 46R

Photobucket

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Chest (armpit to armpit on back): 23.5"
Shoulder (seam to seam on back): 20"
Arm (shoulder seam to end of arm): 25.5"
Overall Length (bottom of collar to bottom): 32"
Waist (waist laying flat): 19.5"
Inseam (inseam to cuff): 29.5" (1.5" let out + 2x cuff)
Cuff width (width at cuff): 9.25"
Cuff (height of cuff): 1.25"
Rise (waist to crotch): 12.75"
Top notch Fendi Quality
Very Light Weight Material - Perfect for Summer
Double Breasted
Unvented
Peak Lapel
Fully Lined
Half Canvassed!

 

 

 

Nice haul, Brian!

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Anybody know anything about this? It's heavy as hell too. I looked this thing up on Singer's website, apparently it's from 1951.
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That is so bad ass. I would totally love to own something like this. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

post #42747 of 109536
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

What is this model? Is it worth anything?

Looks like a model 95, but not positive..sorry
post #42748 of 109536
Ok..so thrifted some old smoking pipes..any experts out there?
post #42749 of 109536
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Originally Posted by Stewie View Post

Looks like a model 95, but not positive..sorry

Thanks. I'll give them a call. Their number is on the website, but office closed at the moment. This thing wasn't cheap, but not unreasonably expensive, and I've been looking for a nice sewing machine so I think this fits the bill nod[1].gif
post #42750 of 109536
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Originally Posted by Stewie View Post

Ok..so thrifted some old smoking pipes..any experts out there?

Far from an expert, but I did thrift a lot of pipes are few years ago on a gut instinct. There was a Pre-war Sasieni that I sold for ~$250.
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