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I agree! I just did the same thing today. What was an even bigger treat was freeing up closet space in the bedroom and the front entrance that had been clogged with heavy winter wear.
Sweet. I find two pairs of forgotten Nantucket reds, and The Onion posts this: http://www.theonion.com/articles/man-purchasing-pair-of-red-pants-better-be-ready-t,32136/
I gave up on trying to list the rest tonight. We went over to a friend's house for dinner and after a couple of drinks I'm too tired. I use a binder, pictured below, to record the measurements and price. When I buy the item I'll write it down in the binder with the price, then come back to it when I measure it. Not sure how you guys do it, but having the binder seems to save me some time. Once it gets too thick I'll transfer the old pages into a larger binder for storage. I used to record my prices in excel, but that became far too much work and with the Outright program eBay offers, I no longer need my spreadsheet. The biggest time saver is using Garage Sale to list the items.
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Oh, and of course Eddie's haul is mind blowing. I would defecate if I saw some of that in a thrift store.
Nice stuff Eddie and Wes, but Cotton Dockers, yours is my favorite (but Eddie, so much Kiton.....)
These pics turned out way worse than I wanted, but I thought this was a rather cool find:
Vintage, midnight blue tux from...
1950! I did a little research and it looks like this was the tailoring house that made all of Ronald Reagan's clothing.
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So much $$$$ here...size is spot on too..XL seems to do the best on these!
Edited by Stewie - 4/28/13 at 10:42pm