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First, not so epic find very modest. 

 

Bills 36x28.5

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And one of my most exciting hauls this year because it basically all came from going to one thrift store, and one discount store.

 

For my wall.

 

Shlanket?

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Vtg. Eddie Bauer Made in the USA Down Jacket

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Vtg. The North Face some kind of semi quilted jacket

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L.L Bean Barn Coat

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Awesome Size 38, Blackwatch Dinner Jacket?

 

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Random Jacket Back Belted w/Horn Buttons, WTF this thing is awesome 42L

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Recent Cole Haan Nike Airs, 11.5

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Jack Spade Large Tote Bag

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Jack Spade Laptop Bag

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Marc Jacobs Raw Selvage 30x34

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Polo Wool Sweater

 

 

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Ralph Lauren Rugby Thermal Zip Hooded Jacket

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x2 Jack Spade Wallet

 

 

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post #90782 of 102922
@Tyrone MacStiophain DVN is a good grab!

@rhz5001 That polo fireman's coat is amazing. I think silverware bandit has one very similar in suede - http://hotwhiskey.tumblr.com/post/42856507327/i-wore-this-pretty-much-all-weekend
Must resist PMing you...
post #90783 of 102922
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Didn't realize there were any made anywhere else. Ask me again in about 2 weeks. If not, these will all get returned; no harm no foul.
Thanks!


Yeah, I thought they were Made in England. And yeah, let me know!


They are also made in England and Italy. Those are much more desirable and better made. I did just sell a made in China one for 80.00, but it was a very nice one, the others got no interest so they went back. Out of all the Duchamp ties I got in Marshalls only one was made in England with a different tag attached with the msrp at 165.00.

post #90784 of 102922
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Nat/ATL - pre dibs if you have a boy!


We're not just having any boy; he's going to be a sharp dresser. I've been sending moth-eaten large jackets to my mom so she make mini Brioni sportcoats.

post #90785 of 102922

Excuse the pics. 

 

BBGF by Martin Greenfield suit. N/A. Lady threw in the hanger, which for the price I paid, would have been a good deal by itself.

 

 

Adrian Jules SC. Side vent, peak lapels. I remember someone posting one a while back, maybe @jebarne. This is the first that I've come across and the quality is very nice. 

post #90786 of 102922
Lots of great discount store hauls! Sadly my local TJ Maxx and Marshalls have nothing worth buying. A great selection of Coogi and Marc Ecko to choose from, though.

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Perfecto would say so on the label. Still, that jacket is beautiful. Wow... drool.gif
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Picked up something a little unusual today.

Vintage Bib Shirt









This is super cool. Definitely the oldest Norm Thompson piece I've seen. Mid-late 70's is my guess.
post #90787 of 102922
Inspired by a conversation with @330CK, I've started refurbishing this 1978 La Pavoni Europiccola lever espresso machine, thrifted a couple years ago for $20. It's been in my basement since. New ones go for $700+.

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post #90788 of 102922
fucking s
after the fucking 38
on that fucking rl blackwatch dinner jacket
fargin icehole
post #90789 of 102922
Oh my god Chiron what size is that RL leather?
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Looks like the flight jacket the German wore in "3 Amigos" before he shot up the bar.  That is stinking amazing.

post #90791 of 102922
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Oh my god Chiron what size is that RL leather?


It's a large , fits like a 44r . I sad ...
post #90792 of 102922
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Inspired by a conversation with @330CK, I've started refurbishing this 1978 La Pavoni Europiccola lever espresso machine, thrifted a couple years ago for $20. It's been in my basement since. New ones go for $700+.

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Beautiful. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #90793 of 102922
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fucking s
after the fucking 38
on that fucking rl blackwatch dinner jacket
fargin icehole

Sorry...:confused: Don't worry, I think it will end up going to a good home...

post #90794 of 102922
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Log on to the Schott website and go to the community and then the forum section and ask the Schott experts themselves....btw..it is not a Perfecto, but damn nice find!
post #90795 of 102922
Cherry. Popped.



And guess what what was right next to it?



And for the car peeps. My dream car...

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