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Some items of my recent excursions:

Sport Coats

Zegna 15MilMil15 blue plaid wool SC; double-vented; sz 50R (US):

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St. Andrews checked wool SC; double-vented; sz. 46R (US):

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Carroll & Co. plaid wool SC; single-vented; sz 40R

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Shirts

Truzzi x3, RLBL; size 15



Loro Piana, Pink, H Hilfiger x2




Ties

Hermes

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Paul Smith (cashmere), Prada, Hawes & Curtis

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Battistoni, Isaia (7-fold), Wilkes-Bashford

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Shoes

BB Peal, made in England boots, Dainite soles, "Coniston model"?, sz. 12

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BB Peal, made in England boots, Dainite soles, "Coniston model"?, sz. 12

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1971 G-1 by Brill Bros.

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Found one for Hans today....

 

 

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Wow, Xenos... WOW!

 

I wish that C&C plaid was my size. Those are the most wearable Hermes ties I think I've seen. Amazing finds on the boots! 

 

Is the G-1 horsehide?

 

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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Found one for Hans today....

 

 

 

 Lederhosen oder Dirndl?

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Lederhosen, coat only.

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Xenos, that is amaz... Oh, wait, you're in Los Angeles? Meh, never mind.

j/k that's still a crazy awesome haul.
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Nice... I found a pair of lederhosen a month or two back, but they were way too big and not prices (I would've had to come back the next Monday for a price).

 

Someday... Or not. I'm planning a trip to Switerland, Austria, France, Germany, Liechtenstein and Italy for later this year. smile.gif

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Holy shit Xenos!!!! head esplode gif
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Originally Posted by grendel View Post

Wow, Xenos... WOW!

I wish that C&C plaid was my size. Those are the most wearable Hermes ties I think I've seen. Amazing finds on the boots! 

Is the G-1 horsehide?

worship.gif

Yes, the donor obviously appreciated the more subtle offerings from Hermes. Which I, in turn, appreciate.

The Carroll & Co. SC is pretty nice. Made by H-F or Samuelsohn, I believe. My size but not really my style.

The G-1 is goatskin. In near mint condition. The mouton collar is flawless. $13.
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Ties

Hermes

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Four WEARABLE Hermes ties is an awesome find. The rest of the haul is fantastic as well.

 

 

Finally made it on the PutThisOn eBay roundup for my Henry Poole jacket. So, thanks to YoungAmerican for that biggrin.gif

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Recent? J. Press 3-2 navy wool blazer.

 

Pretty great shape except for a shoddy reattachment sleeve-button job (both sleeves have replacement buttons) and a need for some lining restitching.

 

Terrible cell phone pics (apparently, my wife took the camera to work and also has my point and shoot):

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Measurements (Click to show)

 

p2p: 21.5

sleeve: 25.5

shoulder: 18.75

length: 32

 

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From the weekend-

Alden NST's-


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AppleMark


Kilgour, French & Stanbury Oxfords-


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AppleMark
AppleMark

Smathers & Branson Belt NWT-



NWT Vinyard Vines-

AppleMark
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All of it's available. My closet is FULL.
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Kilgour, French & Stanbury Oxfords-

 

 

FYI, the markings suggest it was made by Cheaney. (See very similar markings in this thread.) Also -- and this might just be me, or the particular last used for my old pair of Cheaneys -- they feel smaller than the same size in Allen Edmonds. I'm very comfortable in an AE 9.5D but a Cheaney 9.5D felt a little cramped both in length and around the toes. Hope this is useful.


Edited by westling - 1/15/13 at 2:16pm
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Found one for Hans today....




icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif PMed you on it, but I'll say it here as well...it's always interesting to see something like that there. It's made for C&A, a Dutch department store.
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

Nice... I found a pair of lederhosen a month or two back, but they were way too big and not prices (I would've had to come back the next Monday for a price).

Someday... Or not. I'm planning a trip to Switerland, Austria, France, Germany, Liechtenstein and Italy for later this year. smile.gif

Look me up! The thrifting won't be great, but it might be interesting for you!
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Originally Posted by westling View Post

FYI, the markings suggest it was made by Cheaney. (See very similar markings in this thread.) Also -- and this might just be me, or the particular last used for my old pair of Cheaneys -- they feel smaller than the same size in Allen Edmonds. I'm very comfortable in an AE 9.5D but a Cheaney 9.5D felt a little cramped both in length and around the toes. Hope this is useful.

Thanks- that's what I figured. I have a pair of Cheaneys with similar markings so that's how I listed them on the 'bay.
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