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post #70471 of 134544
Hoping you guys could help me out with this or atleast explain what I am looking at. A friend found it and I am keeping it for personal use. It is a j.press blazer with burberrys tags. Was there a time in which j.press was selling burberrys?
The union label puts in in the 70s to 80s range if I am correct.
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Suited, what size is the PRL corneliani POW?
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Just wanted to drop a BIG shout-out to 1OfTheCoolKids and TUBS, thrifted with them yesterday. Really great guys, learned loads! Finds later today!

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Originally Posted by SomethingsFishy View Post

Just wanted to drop a BIG shout-out to 1OfTheCoolKids and TUBS, thrifted with them yesterday. Really great guys, learned loads! Finds later today!

So what you mean to say is......Fishy went thrifting?

post #70475 of 134544
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Suited, what size is the PRL corneliani POW?

Tagged a 42L, length is 32". If you want it let me know, the condition isn't top notch, though. I have more pics. I started the auction already but would gladly end it if you like it a lot.
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Originally Posted by SomethingsFishy View Post

Just wanted to drop a BIG shout-out to 1OfTheCoolKids and TUBS, thrifted with them yesterday. Really great guys, learned loads! Finds later today!
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post #70477 of 134544
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Cross-posting from the Vintage Thread

 

Found a tuxedo jacket the other night. It was custom made by Leopald Morse in Boston Massachusetts. It is dated 1/14/1941 and was made for Mayor Maurice Tobin, mayor of Boston from 1938-1945. I found a photo online of Tobin along side of Massachusetts Attorney General Paul Denver at the Democratic Inaugural Dinner. Paul Denver was in office from 1935-1941. By cross referencing the data with the years of the Democratic Inaugural Dinners for FDR, (1933, 1937 and 1941), there is only one Inaugural Dinner where these two men would have been seen together while holding those offices.  Just so happens, the Inaugural dinner is held January 19th (my birthday) the night before the actual Inauguration. While I can't say definitively, it would appear that the tuxedo I found was made for this event and delivered to Mayor Tobin just 5 days earlier. Wouldn't you wear your new suit to the big event? I would.

 

I have tracked down the owner of a 1941 Inaugural Dinner Menu and Seating Chart and am awaiting a response to see if I can place these two at the table.

 

Tobin is on the left.

 

 

 

 

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Wow! This needs an award! Awesome piece with an incredible history behind it!!! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

Also, you get SF props for your detective skills, Wes!!!!!! fing02[1].gif

post #70478 of 134544
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Haven't gone thrifting in like a week shog[1].gif tweets how much did savers charge you for the NOS florsheims? those are suhweeeeeeeet

Sad that you still knew where they came from, $20 each...gotta love pricing people who don't have a clue.

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Just bought these for $30. JM Aristocraft loafers

 

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Meet the MR and MRS! Used once for a photo shoot. Fifty for the pair.

 

 

AppleMark

 

 

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And while I am too damn tired and sore to thrift this weekend I did pick up a new shirt smile.gif

 

 

AppleMark

 

 

Those mannins are super classy looking! Awesome!

post #70481 of 134544
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Originally Posted by silverwarebandit View Post

And these linen pants badly in need of a pressing


I don't think I've ever seen JPG on this thread so did I do a bad thing shog[1].gif

 

JPG might not have quite the panache it used to, but it's still a pretty cool find. If you don't feel like flipping and those measure anywhere near a 34/32-infinity, get at me.

post #70482 of 134544
Wasn't going to go anywhere this weekend (lack of funds till payday) but the lady was insistent we go somewhere today. A couple fall finds that are available

Vintage Woolrich Buffalo Check (size Small)



Hudsons Bay Wool Jacket (fits like a medium. This might be a women's with the purple lining of the sleeves but who knows. buttons the mens way)



Found my first Duchamp but passed because it was a total clown tie (and in not that good shape)
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^ you done left 50 bucks on the table.
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can we also give silverwarebandit a prize for the best groomed nails ive seen ever in this thread?
post #70485 of 134544
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Originally Posted by ilikethelights View Post

Found my first Duchamp but passed because it was a total clown tie (and in not that good shape)

Whoops.....that was probably a bad pass. How bad is "not that good of shape"? Show him the evidence Spoo...

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