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Also, there was this . . .

 

 

 

 

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RECENT! $1700 NWT HICKEY FR33MAN SUIT, 42R L00K!!!!1

It's a gorgeous, gorgeous blue....not sure why it's coming out somewhat gray.

 

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Alden in great shape
AppleMark

 

 

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And just like that, the search for the perfect waxed cotton jacket ends.

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Found these. 2 pieces of a killer 3 piece PRL Corneliani tweed. baldy[1].gif

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Some epic finds since I've been gone.

 

Congrats gents


Edited by MZhammer - 9/3/13 at 11:30am
post #78962 of 110339
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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post

Found these. 2 pieces of a killer 3 piece PRL Corneliani tweed. baldy[1].gif
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Here is my dilemma: nwt, so I could probably do very well. But the styling is great and, despite being tagged 40L, it fits me. decisions.gif So yeah, likely I plan to keep and rock the ever loving hell out of each of these, come fall. Oh yeah, working cuffs too.

Oh. My. God. I'd kill for that. In fact, where do you live? Imma make you an offer you can't refuse... biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by bytor13 View Post

Haven't been out too much lately, but did pick this 3 piece tux up last weekend in conjunction with the Scavenger Hunt.  I found a little bit about the company, but was wondering if anyone knew anything more or had any idea about age.  (N/A)

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Now I just need to get a set of studs to have a complete black tie rig.

'30s or '40s; I'm leaning towards the early end of that range because of the lapel shape, but I could be wrong.
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first up is the oldest piece I have ever found COULD SOMEONE VERIFY AND DATE THE UNION TAG AND LOOK AT THE SPOILERED PICS THOUGH
overcoat from 1958 3/2 turnback cuffs windowpane patch pockets taped seams 1/4 lined aka pimp shit
available but only for really cool shit
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What do you need verified/dated? Looks legit to me. I don't see a union tag pictured, but manufacturer tags with dates like that are always way more reliable and precise, anyway. Good find.
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Here are a few from today (n/a):

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Wow, those are practically new! Awesome find. Are they shell?
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Just a couple things today. Stores were a ghost town compared to most weekends. There were more people there at 10 am on a Friday than at 3:30 on a Saturday afternoon. Must be a lot of people going out of town or up to the cabins to close up shop for the season. Either way, things were still super picked over. Managed to get a couple things.

RLPL lightweight gray flannel trousers. Single pleat. 32 x 29 (+2" to let out in the inseam).
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I'm no expert, but the tag on those looks a lot like the one on the RLPL cargo pants I found a few months ago that everyone here said were fake.
post #78963 of 110339
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Oh. My. God. I'd kill for that. In fact, where do you live?

+1. That thing makes me want to move to a colder climate. The weather in the south basically stifles the wearing of suits/blazers minus 5 months of the year (if that).
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Wow, those are practically new! Awesome find. Are they shell?
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The soles had some wear, I have no idea how the insole stayed so pristine looking - that part of the shoe looks new. And no, they were not shell.
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Some of my labor day thrift half-off sale finds

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NWT flat front Sulka trouser

flat front Armani Collezioni

flat front Zegna

flat front RL Polo made in Italy

flat front Zegna

Luciano Barberas

Borrelli, RG, Paul & Shark

Crockett & Jones

Zegna

Made in Italy YSL Rifiniti a mano. For the licensed label, this has recent styling and lots of hand stitching.

Brooks Bros makers, no-name Italy square

Stefano Ricci, Pink, NWT xmi ,

Zegna linen

Mezlan, Trafalgar

nwt Polo 2012 US Open

 

 

Lacoste wool

Patagonia

Football club Barcelona

#4 Gerrard

NWT waterproof air force bdu

bape

jiu jitsu kimono

 

 

 

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Some of my labor day thrift half-off sale finds

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NWT flat front Sulka trouser

flat front Armani Collezioni

flat front Zegna

flat front RL Polo made in Italy

flat front Zegna

Luciano Barberas

Borrelli, RG, Paul & Shark

Crockett & Jones

Zegna

Made in Italy YSL Rifiniti a mano. For the licensed label, this has recent styling and lots of hand stitching.

Brooks Bros makers, no-name Italy square

Stefano Ricci, Pink, NWT xmi ,

Zegna linen

Mezlan, Trafalgar

nwt Polo 2012 US Open

 

 

Lacoste wool

Patagonia

Football club Barcelona

#4 Gerrard

NWT waterproof air force bdu

bape

jiu jitsu kimono

 

 

 

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I asked this a while back but I finally came back up to it in the closet and I still have no idea what this is. I picked it up from Goodwill while browsing the Womens outwear section for mens stuff because it just looked beautiful. If anyone has any information on this brand I'd appreciate a link or anything. It says Made in Italy behind the buttons.

 

Deep Red Womens Blazer by St Sophia Paris (Made in Italy)

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post #78967 of 110339
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Originally Posted by dhazard View Post

Been very VERY slow coming up with anything lately thrifting, until the other day...

 

 

 

 

At this point tears of joy were already forming when I picked up the  exact next suit on the rack solely to find this:

 

 

 

 

Basically in shock, considering how slow it has been lately.  They both measure to be roughly 42 regular jackets, with 35x30 bottoms. Both in gorgeous condition, and I suppose I will be selling each one. 

 

 

Congratulations on your first huge break! That's spectacular!

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I don't want to start posting teak/furniture finds 'cause that'll clutter up the thread like crazy, but I find it weird that Frenchy found this a couple of days ago:

 

 

And I found this--the exact same set with the leaf in--last week. I think a steal at $45.

 

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Oh - heh - forgot this oddball pickup today.  8 copies, all new/sealed, of John Peel's Tractor 180-gram double-LP with CD [kinda prog/psyche].  Being double-LP's with CD they were outrageously priced at $4.29 each (compare to eBay).  I guess I'm back in the record selling business... 

 

 

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Originally Posted by tonylamer View Post
 

I don't want to start posting teak/furniture finds 'cause that'll clutter up the thread like crazy, but I find it weird that Frenchy found this a couple of days ago:

 

 

And I found this--the exact same set with the leaf in--last week. I think a steal at $45.

 

 

I can't wait to purchase a home so that I can find and restore furniture. This looks great!

post #78971 of 110339
Couple of boring finds. Shoes are 10.5 and shirt is large.

Allen Edmonds x2, Salomon XA, Zanella sport shirt.





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Anyone been in Manchester's many thrift shops? I am moving there in a couple of weeks, and wondering if it is worth the trip to the thrift shops. 

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are these vintage?

herman's shoes and boots

 

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big moneys?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gucci loafers

 

not sure woman or man

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Fake Zenga?

didnt pickup

label is off the stich isnt neat

post #78974 of 110339
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Gucci loafers

 

not sure woman or man

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Is the size 7 B or 7 E. it looks like B and I think that's for womens sizing. I just never saw it by mens.

post #78975 of 110339
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Originally Posted by sparrow View Post
 

are these vintage?

herman's shoes and boots

 

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big moneys?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gucci loafers

 

not sure woman or man

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Fake Zenga?

didnt pickup

label is off the stich isnt neat

What is the Zegna exactly? and what does the make tag say?

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