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post #60376 of 102563
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Originally Posted by TheBurnOut View Post

+1

I've sold him 4-5 shirts in the last 6 months.

I'm not sure if they're hoarding them or buying them for research.

You should send him my info, I see those all the time. I only grab them if they are my size however. Some of my favorite and most worn shirts actually. nod[1].gif ^^^^Wes, that norfolk is rad! And those plaid trousers. drool.gif
post #60377 of 102563
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Originally Posted by LooknGr8 View Post

Quick consult: My wife dug this poster out, is going to get rid of it as a donation on my next thrift run.

1999 macworld NY, it is a rare poster. Rare doesn't mean valuable, oh do I know that from covering the baseball card world. There's so much short-run and low-run and even 100 year old stuff that nobody wants.



Some jackass has one listed on eBay BIN for $425, ex-apple employee.

Is this for realz, pricewise? Has anyone else sold vintage Apple stuff for any coin?

LOL, I remember having this poster right after I moved to the US. Memories

post #60378 of 102563
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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

P.S, I just saw that you won the thrift store runway contest, good job!
Is this another thread? I haven't read much of the rest of the board lately and I can't find it.
post #60379 of 102563
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Originally Posted by Mox C View Post

Is this another thread? I haven't read much of the rest of the board lately and I can't find it.


http://www.styleforum.net/t/329092/first-annual-thrift-thread-find-of-the-year-awards-aka-the-2012-cheapies-click-here-to-vote
post #60380 of 102563
Last week (NWT stuff is also from a thrift):

Bvlgari 4" wide
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Sulka 4" wide
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PRL 100% tussah silk
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BNWT Zegna jeans pants. Button fly.
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Waist: 39”
Rise: 12.5”
Inseam: 35”


Staple PRL navy suit
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Chest: 50”
Sleeves: 26”
Shoulders: 22”
Length(BOC): 34”

Waist: 41”
Rise: 13.5”
Inseam: 32” (+5”)


English bespoke...small hole in pants, easily patched
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Chest: 44”
Sleeves: 22.5”
Shoulders: 18.5”
Length(BOC): 27.5”

Waist: 34”
Inseam: 27” (+2.5”)
Rise: 12”


Amazeballs deadstock PRL linen suit
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Chest: 42”
Sleeves: 25” (+.5”)
Shoulders: 19”
Length(BOC): 30”

Waist: 34”
Inseam: 28” (+1.5”)
Rise: 12”


Unmarked tweed
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Chest: 43”
Sleeves: 23.5”
Shoulders: 19”
Length(BOC): 27.5”


Gorgeous rust tweed Brooks Brothers
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Chest: 46”
Sleeves: 24.5” (+1”)
Shoulders: 20”
Length(BOC): 31.5”


BB 346 tweed
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Sleeves: 25.5”
Shoulders: 18.5”
Length(BOC): 30”

PRL purple seersucker
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Old Harris tweed
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Chest: 44”
Sleeves: 25”
Shoulders: 18.5”
Length(BOC): 29”


VTG Ferrari SC...horn buttons engraved Ferrari were worth it alone
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Hackett chinos
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Waist: 36” (+.5”)
Inseam: 33” (+2”)
Rise: 12.5”

VTG Sierra Designs
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Hiltl brick red for me, RLPL linen
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post #60381 of 102563
Mini-brag. Moving back to Missouri so I'm trying to get rid of everything, but I couldn't help myself and I picked up a few more things.

Brooks Brothers silk/wool/linen blend sport coat


Ferragamo tie I found at Buffalo Exchange, of all places


Pendleton
post #60382 of 102563
Couple things from the past weeks, all going to the ebay tomorrow satisfied.gif
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post #60383 of 102563
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Originally Posted by cpmac7 View Post

Couple things from the past weeks, all going to the ebay tomorrow satisfied.gif
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Gaddamn! That's some serious eBay $$$ there!

post #60384 of 102563

Don't know if this is the proper thread for my question, but If it isn't, I still hope you guys will answer.

 

I found a pair of boots in a shop in Canada at a bargain price. I would like to have them shipped to US, and then have them sent to Poland, where I live. That's right - even though I don't have relatives in US and have never been to your country, I figured a way that will make shipping cheaper this way. I realise there are customs duties on products imported to US from Canada. However, as far as I know, some exclusions apply - for instance, I've heard products made in US are free of tax imposing. And as a matter of fact, the boots I'm interested in are US-made. Would that save me from paying?

 

Will appreciate help from people who have had some experience with these issues - I'm counting on you :-).

post #60385 of 102563
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Here is a bunch of stuff from yesterday and today
PRL Bold Plaid Wool Pants - 34/30


I strongly approve of these. If I weren't on a clothing diet, I'd be all. Over. Them.
Also approve of the new left to right tiling of the shoe pics. Avoids the need for spoilers, imho.
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Originally Posted by darkmatter7 View Post


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I have a Flusser from around this vintage. Love it. Good quality, imho.
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Originally Posted by wakawaka View Post

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Don't know if this is the proper thread for my question, but If it isn't, I still hope you guys will answer.

I found a pair of boots in a shop in Canada at a bargain price. I would like to have them shipped to US, and then have them sent to Poland, where I live. That's right - even though I don't have relatives in US and have never been to your country, I figured a way that will make shipping cheaper this way. I realise there are customs duties on products imported to US from Canada. However, as far as I know, some exclusions apply - for instance, I've heard products made in US are free of tax imposing. And as a matter of fact, the boots I'm interested in are US-made. Would that save me from paying?

Will appreciate help from people who have had some experience with these issues -
I'm counting on you :-).
Edit: NVM. Good luck.
Edited by GMMcL - 1/17/13 at 6:53am
post #60386 of 102563

Phishing scam? What the -- hey, I have an extremely vague idea on what phishing scam is, but you would do good to check my profile and my previous posts before accusing me of anything pal. Besides don't speak on behalf of other people ("if we're"). This is a 100% genuine issue, I'm not making this up.

 

The reason I didn't mention the brand's name and store's name is that I don't want anyone to grab the thing before me... So there it is; maybe silly, but true. And actually I'm happy I've drawn someone's attention :).


Edited by wakawaka - 1/17/13 at 5:21am
post #60387 of 102563
Damn cpmac7, there's a number of things in that post I would like to have. nod[1].gif
post #60388 of 102563

Haven't found any clothes this year yet. Bought Diplomacy boardgame in a nice edition with metal figures yesterday. Here's some older stuff that didn't get posted at the time

 

 

Boss

 

 

again

 

 

canali

 

 

These were not worn, from early eighties? seventies?

post #60389 of 102563
A quick thrift fit, getting the kids out the door (hence the Hello Kitty lunch bag). All thrifted or from SF members



Massive POW mid-60s private label SC from a local menswear store that's still around
CT Sea Island shirt
Knit tie
PRL cords
Flrosheims - my go-to in cold weather
No PS because I had nothing that would work : (
post #60390 of 102563

Edited to be nicer. 


Edited by AndroFan - 1/17/13 at 8:37am
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