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Another snow storm and another (vintage) haul.

 

Awesome haul.

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Dont see much from Samuelsohn, was 42r, Reunited, but more expensive than usual. Lapels look more recent, right suit guys?
post #88068 of 121345
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Love it! But for realz, has anyone heard of this brand?

Yessir.  An Isaia 'diffusion' line as well as Eidos.

 

Both Eidos and Michelangelo are to Isaia as Sartorio is to Kiton. 

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Same (ugly) pattern as a hermes tie I sold a little while ago
post #88070 of 121345
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Not exactly thrifted but I just got a pair of Allen Edmond MacNiel  wingtips in Shell Cordovan for $60!






http://www.ebay.com/itm/291037015030?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649

Nice.
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Another snow storm and another (vintage) haul.

Hudson's Bay point blanket coat. Very old. Maybe 1940s, but need to do more research. It's unisex. The front can be buttoned up either side.
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Klondike hunting jacket. Late 60s to early-70s. Mint. Made in Japan. Corduroy collar, shell strips under pocket flaps AND snapped and zippered game pocket in back, with rubberized interior.








Wood's quilted hunting jacket. Probably 1960s, maybe 1950s. See pic with tag; cuffs have been repaired with home made knitted replacements.






Wool scarf. Need to think about the date a bit. Should say West Germany but says Western Germany. Maybe pre-wall? I don't know, but a quality item at any rate.



Mollenkamp & Goecke German army kit. 1961 date.




Pretty much the oldest Harris Tweed label I've found. Probably mid-1950s. There were two others that I left behind because the linings were blown out.






Unlabelled boots but built like a tank.




Sweater for my business partner. Who buys a sweater in Bermuda?






And a quilted PRL jacket.

 

Holy shit!!!!!!!!!!

post #88072 of 121345
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Originally Posted by LeSacre View Post
 

Yessir.  An Isaia 'diffusion' line as well as Eidos.

 

Both Eidos and Michelangelo are to Isaia as Sartorio is to Kiton. 

Thanks for the info!

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Thanks for the info!

 

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Mollenkamp & Goecke German army kit. 1961 date. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Pretty much the oldest Harris Tweed label I've found. Probably mid-1950s. There were two others that I left behind because the linings were blown out. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



 

Was curious about this myself so I poked around on the web. That HT may be older, looks similar to a label dated to the 40s.

 

How do you know the maker of those pants? I've seen them several times in the thread, and sold a pair myself, but I haven't been able to find much on the web about a maker. 

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Pretty much the oldest Harris Tweed label I've found. Probably mid-1950s. There were two others that I left behind because the linings were blown out.




 

 

Have you cracked the code on the registration number?  Seems that folks at the Harris Tweed Authority can determine the age of a coat, but they don't publish the data.

 

I recently picked up a Harris Tweed overcoat that fits as if it were custom made for me.  Have been trying to figure out how old it is.  Shame I only get to wear it a few months out of the year...

 

 

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Mollenkamp & Goecke German army kit. 1961 date.





 

Hey Nat, I've got this same model in Alois Heiss KG 1960.

And you don't even want to hear about the US pair I have....1944 NOS WWII ODs with lot/cut/size tags attached. Katz and Goldman

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Today's tie haul.
L to R: Brittany house London, nwt jcrew, nwt bb, nwot bb, ignore the gant.

I'm keeping the Brittany for the pattern and the rest are holiday gifts for my 3 bosses! I'm almost jealous because I really like the striped JCrew and BB ones.


Edited by ridethecliche - 12/12/13 at 9:12pm
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Anyone have bitcoins that they want to trade for thrifted stuff? :nodding:

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And you don't even want to hear about the US pair I have....1944 NOS WWII ODs with lot/cut/size tags attached. Katz and Goldman

Whaaaa...... wow.gif

Pics please!
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Dear thrift gods, all I want for Christmas is a 60" LCD TV for 1/10th of retail price and a PS4 for similar price. I'll await the vision in which you tell me which shops to go to.
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