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post #56056 of 110316
Nat -those wolverines are beautiful.

Good finds all around! Vintage Big E's and ton's of RLPL and J. Press nicely done!!

My finds from the past few days. All shirts
Vinevard Vines Size S. These do well on eBay, however available if anyone is interested


J. Press 17-34 Available


Steven Alan Reverse Seam for Me

Favorite find, Engineered Garments Chambray shirt. Fits a little big on me but I think I'm keeping anyways

Lastly, the Ralph Lauren Indian Madras Pop-over shirt. I was looking for one of these all summer. Oh well, this one doesn't fit me anyways. Available.

post #56057 of 110316
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Originally Posted by mainy View Post

Ok cool. The top button on the pants has 8 printed on the back, not 2 frown.gif So I guess these are from the 70s and probably not worht that much

Not 70's but late 60's most probably, size is going to command value on them, that for sure. Dark green bar tacks on the rear pockets is a good start, the
inside of the pockets should be single stitch, another true tell as to the age. If by chance it is dbl stitch, then it is 70's...but from the photos I would say
60's. The #8 on the button doesnt necessarily date it as thats the factory stamp.
post #56058 of 110316
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Originally Posted by FaceOfBoh View Post

It's never too late to shop for spring...
PRL patchwork madras jacket, Made in USA. Because I'm mad about madras - and it fits - not available.
The only problem with it is I won't be able to wear it with my favourite madras pants because I'll look like some kind of freak.
 

This is pretty awesome.

post #56059 of 110316
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Originally Posted by Stewie View Post

Not 70's but late 60's most probably, size is going to command value on them, that for sure. Dark green bar tacks on the rear pockets is a good start, the
inside of the pockets should be single stitch, another true tell as to the age. If by chance it is dbl stitch, then it is 70's...but from the photos I would say
60's. The #8 on the button doesnt necessarily date it as thats the factory stamp.
cool. they are like 36 x 29 :/ no idea if that's good or not, probably not, guessing smaller sizes / longer inseam are where it's at
post #56060 of 110316
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Originally Posted by mainy View Post

cool. they are like 36 x 29 :/ no idea if that's good or not, probably not, guessing smaller sizes / longer inseam are where it's at

Thats ok...as you know the market for them foo.gif

considering the condition, you'll do ok icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #56061 of 110316
The seller responded and said she'll refund me and pay for return shipping.

Tweed hats:
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Pendleton shirt
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Church's boat shoes
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Original Irish made Clarks wallabies
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NWT made in Italy Bobby Jones pants
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NWT Breuer tie
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And finally the best thing I've found in a while
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post #56062 of 110316

Ken, PM sent on that VV shirt!
 

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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

cloud.gifI get so excited when I see 46 but then soo bummed when its not EU. That's an awesome pickup though!

+1000

post #56063 of 110316
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Originally Posted by GM-H View Post

Is this brand worth a pick up?

Thank you for raining flippers on us! confused.gif

I'm gonna stay away from that store for a while. my size stuff will be gone, too.
post #56064 of 110316

Well I'll be damned.

 

http://www.allenedmonds.com/aeonline/cati2_Accessories_1_40000000001_-1_1_image_0_N_198_198_130317_subcategory

 

EDIT: Woah, also SCs - http://www.allenedmonds.com/aeonline/cati2_Accessories_1_40000000001_-1_1_image_0_N_198_198_130314_subcategory

 

EDIT2: WAT.  How did I not know about these sections that are clearly visible on the AE site?   puzzled.gifhttp://www.allenedmonds.com/aeonline/cati2_Accessories_1_40000000001_-1_______130315_subcategory?

 

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Originally Posted by Nataku View Post


We call the dealership the stealership. Mark ups are insane. Labor rates are through the roof. Never ever took a car there unless it was under warranty. Just for shits and giggles, we went to the Infiniti dealership to see what a transmission fluid drain and fill would run for the wife's FX. They wanted $600, labor included. Did it myself. Took just under 2 hrs and $80 in fluid. This made me come to the realization that they were charging roughly $260-ish per hour for labor. Theives, I tell ya.
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Awesome haul!! Love the checkered J. Press SC.
Also, I passed on about 6 of these recent, spread collar Allen Edmonds shirts today. Didn't even know they made clothing. All XL. Pretty decent too. Had side gussets and pearlized buttons. Also tons of recent BB shirts from the same guy, but nothing crazy (slim fit purple label, BBGF, etc).


Edited by AndroFan - 12/3/12 at 9:57pm
post #56065 of 110316

Well, last night I wandered into a thrift store I had never noticed before.... was 99% filled with garbage... but I did find!

 

A Polo Ralph Lauren Chain-Knit Shawl collar cardigan :)  And it fits me just perfectly! 

 

Condition is quite amazing, even had the extra buttons still attached in the little baggy - I am not sure it was worn more than a couple times.  

 

 

 

700

 

700

post #56066 of 110316

Some recents:

pendleton tweed:

 

 

 

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Harris Tweed:

 

 

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HSM Golden Trumpeter:

 

 

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Zegna 3 Button

 

 

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BB BrooksEase Navy 2 button

 

 

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post #56067 of 110316
^ I had that exact sweater a decade ago in college and wore it all the time. Wasn't into clothes back then, but that was my favorite thing to wear. Sartorial nostalgia. If you ever decide to part with it... smile.gif
post #56068 of 110316
Getting rid of a few things at cost, get at me if you want them:

RRL shawl collar cardigan L...new with tag, but is missing a button. Includes button, just need to sew it on.
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N&F jeans...got these here, didn't work out.
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Grenson suede unlined chukkas...love these, but have only worn them once since getting them.
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post #56069 of 110316

 

wow.gifI think the poorly written title is to blame...I wish I were the winner of this auction...musicboohoo[1].gif

 

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Originally Posted by 330CK View Post

Getting rid of a few things at cost, get at me if you want them:
RRL shawl collar cardigan L...new with tag, but is missing a button. Includes button, just need to sew it on.
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N&F jeans...got these here, didn't work out.
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Grenson suede unlined chukkas...love these, but have only worn them once since getting them.
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That's awesome of you to offer good stuff for cost! I tip my hat to you, sir! cheers.gif

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