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post #44101 of 110793

@mainy ,i had two pairs of those Kiton jeans about two years ago sold for $200 each on B/S here...i think FStyles bought them what ever happened to that guy he had some awesme stuff

 

found more furniture but who cares,how about these NOS 1967 Bombardier Ski Doo full body suits....now i need to thrift me a snowmobile

 

 

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post #44102 of 110793
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found more furniture but who cares

 

i me do am care me do.

 

i would gladly pick that stuff up over clothing any day, if i had the space to store it (well, i do - empty 800sf room downstairs), a way to haul it (ok i can rent a uhaul) and a market for it (hmm last i heard ATL is a pretty big town).  so i have no excuse except not being on the lookout...and i'm sort of lazy. 

post #44103 of 110793
Frenchy u got to move here to new England, used snowmobiles and jetskis for sale on every corner...and you can buzz between thrift stores on either depending on how cold it is. You'll fit right in wearing one of those suits. You'll have to slick back your hair with whale baleen or bear grease...oh wait never mind...
post #44104 of 110793
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Originally Posted by LooknGr8 View Post

Frenchy u got to move here to new England, used snowmobiles and jetskis for sale on every corner...and you can buzz between thrift stores on either depending on how cold it is. You'll fit right in wearing one of those suits. You'll have to slick back your hair with whale baleen or bear grease...oh wait never mind...

Might need a long sleeve V-neck though.

post #44105 of 110793

ha,i actually have a full head of hair i just choose to shave it (really)

and dont forget im in the great white north,no shortage of snow...well maybe last winter 

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Frenchy u got to move here to new England, used snowmobiles and jetskis for sale on every corner...and you can buzz between thrift stores on either depending on how cold it is. You'll fit right in wearing one of those suits. You'll have to slick back your hair with whale baleen or bear grease...oh wait never mind...
post #44106 of 110793

lol,by the way thanks for the avatar i appreciate it.

 

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Might need a long sleeve V-neck though.

post #44107 of 110793
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lol,by the way thanks for the avatar i appreciate it.

 

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Might need a long sleeve V-neck though.

Welcome, it is pretty bad ass if I do say so myself cheers.gif

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found this good site to buy New Era 5950 hats at $25 shipped .... @ www.hatreserve.com     let me know if this is a good place

 

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post #44110 of 110793
At first I was certain this was some sort of unmarked Hermes, but now I suspect it may be a Versace. Someone please help.
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Polo MII
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Polo Scottish wool tartan
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Waist: 38”
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Gorgeous Chipp overcoat. This thing is nearly as heavy as I am. Not free of defects, but no hole has gone through yet. Would be quite easy to reweave. Too nice to pass up for the price and will undoubtedly still sell if no one here wants it.
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post #44111 of 110793

^^^ i think it is a Hermes,its a neck tie made out of a scarf.the hermes logo will be somewhere in there .

i had one just like that awhile back,no hermes tag and just neiman -marcus on the end.

curiousity got the better of me and i actually unfurled it (is that the proper word?) and its basically a scarf.

(it was damaged so i didnt mind,dont do it to yours although i think a scarf would bring in more $$$)  

post #44112 of 110793
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Originally Posted by frenchytoo View Post

^^^ i think it is a Hermes,its a neck tie made out of a scarf.the hermes logo will be somewhere in there .
i had one just like that awhile back,no hermes tag and just neiman -marcus on the end.
curiousity got the better of me and i actually unfurled it (is that the proper word?) and its basically a scarf.
(it was damaged so i didnt mind,dont do it to yours although i think a scarf would bring in more $$$)  

True. I did not think of it like that. I knew it was one of the scarf prints, and forgot the only I handled before had the tie-keeper tag and no other markings. Thanks for jogging my memory.

I'm on the fence about unrolling it. As it sits, there is some slight fading in areas that would not show when worn. However, if I unroll and sell as a scarf, that area becomes a lot more prominent. Either way, I don't think I'm going to reach the die-hard Hermes collectors with a tie in this condition.
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I'm on the fence about unrolling it. As it sits, there is some slight fading in areas that would not show when worn. However, if I unroll and sell as a scarf, that area becomes a lot more prominent. Either way, I don't think I'm going to reach the die-hard Hermes collectors with a tie in this condition.

Well, it's a scarf print but not an actual, complete scarf that's been folded, right? Never seen one in person.
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True. I did not think of it like that. I knew it was one of the scarf prints, and forgot the only I handled before had the tie-keeper tag and no other markings. Thanks for jogging my memory.
I'm on the fence about unrolling it. As it sits, there is some slight fading in areas that would not show when worn. However, if I unroll and sell as a scarf, that area becomes a lot more prominent. Either way, I don't think I'm going to reach the die-hard Hermes collectors with a tie in this condition.
leave it alone! whatever you do don't take it apart. put that sucker on ebay and you will rake in some $$$, definitely looks more than wearable to me
post #44115 of 110793

yup,a whole scarf.not a scarf print.

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Well, it's a scarf print but not an actual, complete scarf that's been folded, right? Never seen one in person.
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