Would love some help authenticating from the SW&D-minded homies (Nataku, acosby, et al, I'm looking at you), since I remember someone mentioning that this brand gets faked a lot, though looking through ebay listings it looks like their outerwear stuff doesn't even do that well.
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Also 2 ties, both really interesting in their own right.
Looked up this label and the trademark info for "Charvet et Fils" (charvet and sons), and it looks like it was registered from 1956 to 1991, but was used as far back as the 1940s since there are old Charvet bowties from the 40s with this on it. This one doesn't have an "R" for "registered trademark", but I'm not sure if the logo ever did. It's probably older than 1991, but no idea on how to date it. Still very cool, and the oldest Charvet I've seen on this thread.
This one might be a first for the thread - It's a Purdey & Sons tie. They're very similar to Holland & Holland in that they're a very old and storied British gun shop first and foremost, that also does a small amount of menswear stuff, usually with a hunting-type theme. They only seem to have 2 or so ties at any given time on their site. Very cool and unique I thought.
Have more stuff to post but I have to run so I'll do them later.