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post #79396 of 134616

Only a few finds today. Pretty happy overall though.

 

 

Black Gucci Blazer

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Corneliani

 

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Hickey Freeman for Barneys

 

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And some Tommy Bahamas and Robert Talbott ties I liked.

post #79397 of 134616
I think we should start a beginners thrift thread box that contains a real item and a fake item of some oft questioned items. someone can request the box to be sent to them for shipping and personal inspection. Requesting party pays for shipping. We should take a donation of a damaged, unsellable, yet authentic item and tie it with the fake. Would be a hands on learning tool for noobs.

I call not it on being in charge of this.
post #79398 of 134616

And one more from the weekend. I think Burberry.....some kind of silk blend

 

 
 

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post #79399 of 134616
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I think we should start a beginners thrift thread box that contains a real item and a fake item of some oft questioned items. someone can request the box to be sent to them for shipping and personal inspection. Requesting party pays for shipping. We should take a donation of a damaged, unsellable, yet authentic item and tie it with the fake. Would be a hands on learning tool for noobs.

I call not it on being in charge of this.

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post #79400 of 134616
We can call it the "tool" box.
post #79401 of 134616
first time finding anything zegna that wasn't a shirt, and so much of it - 7x ties, 1 x tux, 1 x coat


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some ties i thought might be okay. either got them because they felt nice or the pattern looked okay, assuming they were from the same person. two of the ones not pictured are BB
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post #79402 of 134616

So I managed to carve out a few minutes to photo the first bag (out of 50 or so) from the weekend.

 

Loved this Duck vest, couldn't leave it

 

 

 

 

Isaia for Paul Stuart casual patch pocket tweed


 

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Brooks Brothers Tweed


 

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W.G Child & Sons Bespoke orphan. 


 

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Just a random tweed....

 

 

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St. Andrews for Harrison James. Cashmere Jacket, ticket pocket, surgeon cuffs, dual vent.


 

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Isaia for Harrison James, unfortunate orphan in my size. 


 

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The two Isaia jackets above were both grabbed after Brianpore gave me my prize for the 3rd scavenger hunt. The Isaia Coral lapel Pin. It was in my pocket when I found these. They were found in a store that was not on the Thrift Buddy app, I just happened to be driving by, killing time and looked up to see the Goodwill in the shopping center. The pin led me to them. 

post #79403 of 134616
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I think we should start a beginners thrift thread box that contains a real item and a fake item of some oft questioned items. someone can request the box to be sent to them for shipping and personal inspection. Requesting party pays for shipping. We should take a donation of a damaged, unsellable, yet authentic item and tie it with the fake. Would be a hands on learning tool for noobs.

I call not it on being in charge of this.

 

I've often thought it might be worthwhile to have a box of sample materials as well - good cashmere, super 140s or greater fabric, alpaca, vicuna, a piece of shell cordovan.  Something to help develop the tactile ability to sort out the crap without even checking for a label.  

 

Of course, if one has accumulated these items for himself already, the reference box would be unnecessary.  

post #79404 of 134616

Toasty old Woolrich 60/40 down filled. Toggles, wooden buckles, spotless. How old is this label? 70's? We need a Nataku signal...

 

post #79405 of 134616
Wes, those are such fun finds. Awesome.
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Wes, those are such fun finds. Awesome.

 

Thanks. ever hear of Harrison James?

post #79407 of 134616
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Thanks. ever hear of Harrison James?
Of course. Great cashmere.
post #79408 of 134616
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We can call it the "tool" box.

Not it, but I have 2 fake Hermes ties I will add to it.

post #79409 of 134616
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post
 

So I managed to carve out a few minutes to photo the first bag (out of 50 or so) from the weekend.

 

Loved this Duck vest, couldn't leave it

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Isaia for Paul Stuart casual patch pocket tweed


 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Brooks Brothers Tweed


 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

W.G Child & Sons Bespoke orphan. 


 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

Just a random tweed....

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

St. Andrews for Harrison James. Cashmere Jacket, ticket pocket, surgeon cuffs, dual vent.


 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

Isaia for Harrison James, unfortunate orphan in my size. 


 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

The two Isaia jackets above were both grabbed after Brianpore gave me my prize for the 3rd scavenger hunt. The Isaia Coral lapel Pin. It was in my pocket when I found these. They were found in a store that was not on the Thrift Buddy app, I just happened to be driving by, killing time and looked up to see the Goodwill in the shopping center. The pin led me to them. 

 

:slayer: <3____<3

post #79410 of 134616
Wes, that Isaia for PS is drool-worthy. drool.gif

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Toasty old Woolrich 60/40 down filled. Toggles, wooden buckles, spotless. How old is this label? 70's? We need a Nataku signal...



Cool parka! I'd say late 70's-early 80's. Really unique design, never seen one like that before. Belted waist, too? Wow!
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