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First time posting here, this is a fantastic thread. Popped into a small charity shop in north london on a whim today and was stunned to see that someone had donated a very high quality tie collection - Barbera, Attolini, Kiton and Marinella. All 9 are in perfect condition, good as new. I think I'll sell the Barbera and keep the rest as they are all very wearable.






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It's been said a lot but that Harris Tweed briefcase is hella boss.

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Originally Posted by freehand View Post

First time posting here, this is a fantastic thread. Popped into a small charity shop in north london on a whim today and was stunned to see that someone had donated a very high quality tie collection - Barbera, Attolini, Kiton and Marinella. All 9 are in perfect condition, good as new. I think I'll sell the Barbera and keep the rest as they are all very wearable. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







That is a serious find. So many awesome ties right there.
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Yip, sir, that is an older Real McCoy's label if I ever see one! This should be from The Real McCoy's and not from their denim line, Joe McCoy, my bad. shog%5B1%5D.gif  Anyhow, it's a crazy find any day! I think it's hella cray cray that they repo. the union tag!!!

Edit: Oh shit! Do I see little holes near the armpit areas???!!! If yes, then this might be a "Steelers Shirt." Not 100% sure but pretty sure...Cray cray! I think it was a limited release, too! Even more badass!!! What is it made out of?! Cotton or wool or something else? Got more deetz of the tags???!!! If that's the case, this should be their older stuff! WOW!!!


Wow - man that union label with the patina spots on it fooled me! I thought this was an actual 50+ year old shirt from some little-known label. Huh - ya learn something new everyday!
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And a hunting jacket that my gut is telling me is from the late-1930s or early-1940s in a rare colour combination. It's from a regional manufacturer here that I've never heard of. Still, it's a beauty.



Store set-up looks great! That jacket is drool.gif
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Originally Posted by freehand View Post

First time posting here, this is a fantastic thread. Popped into a small charity shop in north london on a whim today and was stunned to see that someone had donated a very high quality tie collection - Barbera, Attolini, Kiton and Marinella. All 9 are in perfect condition, good as new. I think I'll sell the Barbera and keep the rest as they are all very wearable.
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Fantastic tie haul! Wow! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Discount store stuffs.

wrinkled RLPL suits x 4 (44 - 46) and RLPL equestrian tie.

 


Edited by marc roberto - 2/23/14 at 12:05pm
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Pretty decent local hauls yesterday.  2 sweater vests and scarfs for me, rest is avail if anyone is interested.

 

 

Is woods and gray anything?  Seemed like a well constructed, nice shirt...

 

 

Deadstock, OLD Gitman

 

 

Is Turrau anything?  Made in spain, really nice pattern and fabric.

 

 

 

Some deets

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Silly Faconnable....didn't realize this was women's until I tried it on at home.  The Large fit surprisingly well but was a little short on the arms...then I went to button it and the stinkin buttons were on the wrong side  :fu:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A few recent finds. Mostly for myself...

PRL (Corneliani) 75/25 Wool/Angora


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A rather rare bird...Church's tie, wool/silk

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Wool tie, still had the old price tag

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I didn't know how much I loved this color until I found it.

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Pocket squares...

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with a matching ascot. I couldn't find the blue one, not that I need it. I own a number of these as they're fun, but I don't really wear them. I figure that it's one of those things that you'll find fewer and fewer of as time passes (along with hats) and being that they're cheap and take up no room, why not? I found the squares and ascot in box. There were maybe a dozen boxes with pieces of fabric, scarves, etc. I brought the three things up to the girl and she just looked at me as if I were crazy and said..."I don't know, .50?"



Another rare things for me, I never see these. Is this an M65? No hood/liner, but great condition.

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^^ Nice finds, Hans! That is indeed an M65. smile.gif
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^^ Nice finds, Hans! That is indeed an M65. smile.gif

Thanks, Nat! It looked like the photos online, but I thought there may be a similar version or something. Always appreciated! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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More cashmere

Burberry London 38S
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This shirt has been sitting there for weeks and I just decided to pick it up and try to give it the treatment
Lanvin Paris 38/15

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Wow those are the worst photos I've ever taken
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Good stuff @TJGent87! Especially for a noobie. On the flip side of the coin, @Garasaki, I would have passed on all of that.

Here's this weeks finds, all available if anyone is interested

Ted Baker Chesterfield, 40s
AppleMark
AppleMark
AppleMark
My favorite find: Vintage Filson Guide Sweater Vest, Measures like an XL
AppleMark
AppleMark
RRL Crewneck, L
AppleMark
AppleMark
J. Brand Kane fit raws, 36
AppleMark
AppleMark
Polo Country western, XL
AppleMark
AppleMark
Borelli x2 15.5, Hamilton 14.5
AppleMark
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Originally Posted by freehand View Post

First time posting here, this is a fantastic thread. Popped into a small charity shop in north london on a whim today and was stunned to see that someone had donated a very high quality tie collection - Barbera, Attolini, Kiton and Marinella. All 9 are in perfect condition, good as new. I think I'll sell the Barbera and keep the rest as they are all very wearable. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Wow

Wow

Wow.

Just.

Wow.

Congrats. Any one of those ties alone would be a great day.

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My finds yesterday.

Available
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PRL/Italy from TJX. 44R (31.5 length) w long arms. Thought I could make it work but its a hair too big.

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(consignment)

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(consignment)

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(consignment)

Fugly RT BOC x2
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Bullock & Jones x 2, one USA made one Italy
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Not available
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(consignment)
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(Consignment)

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Hot damn GMMcL, great haul.  Noob question, is tailored by Brioni (or whatever brand) equivalent to the standard Brioni tag?  For example, let's say there were two identical sport coats, but one with each of these below tags from TJGent's post, would they be valued the same?

 

 

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