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http://cgi.ebay.com/ws....69&rd=1 If they were my size, I'd buy 'em.
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One of the small-footed folk on the forum should jump on those, they're pretty. Tom
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Well, I certainly qualify in terms of the "small footed folk" criterion (which sounds vaguely Tolkeinish, doesn't it) but don't happen to be a resident of Great Britain and the seller seems disinclined to share his or her treasures with those of us across the water.
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Some vintage old Peal slippers, quite possibly Greens by the look of them: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws....50&rd=1 Why? Because I care. Your friendly neighborhood RJman
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Some vintage old Peal slippers, quite possibly Greens by the look of them: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws....50&rd=1 Why?  Because I care. Your friendly neighborhood RJman
Sir, would you mind finding more of these types of things in the 10 1/2 to 11 range With thanks for your hard work and continued effort, H.
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What shoo size are you Raj? l bet your my size little man.
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You want cool shoes? Lattanzi croc lace ups fit the bill. These shoes are easily $5,000 new. Must...restrain...myself. I shall take comfort in my policy of never buying used shoes.
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Sir, would you mind finding more of these types of things in the 10 1/2 to 11 range With thanks for your hard work and continued effort, H.
Sir, I don't have links right now but some German dude is always selling loads of old Peal and Florsheim. As some of the Peal has the George V Royal Warrant I daresay it's of fine vintage. I believe the sizes occasionally encompass your own as well. Happy ebaying.
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ws....64&rd=1 More interesting shoe desiderata.
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Green used to make shoes for Dormeuil. Here are two on ebay that are almost certainly Greens: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws....78&rd=1 http://cgi.ebay.com/ws....84&rd=1
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I'd agree with you RJMan that these are Edward Green's. I've got a pair of Dormeuil shoes that came in a dual-labelled box (EG/Dormeuil) (I bought them on EBay, brand new) and have all the characteristics that these have indicating they are EG.
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(Horace @ Mar. 20 2005,22:30) Sir, would you mind finding more of these types of things in the 10 1/2 to 11 range With thanks for your hard work and continued effort, H.
Sir, I don't have links right now but some German dude is always selling loads of old Peal and Florsheim.  As some of the Peal has the George V Royal Warrant I daresay it's of fine vintage.  I believe the sizes occasionally encompass your own as well. Happy ebaying.
You mean old stock Flor's too?
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A more humble shoe tree offering for an 8C. Mislisted, so might slip under the radar: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws....IT&rd=1
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Cheap EG velvet evening slippers, unless this guy is scamming: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws....me=WD1V
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ws....54&rd=1 I think these are Greens.
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