Originally Posted by Dewey
Going by the 120 years line and the sole, I think it is Loake, since they were found in 1880 (now 129 years) and use similar soles for there 1880 line. The timing also suggests that it could also be Barker, but it looks more like Loake.
Grenson was found in 1866, Tricker's in 1829, C&J in 1879, Sargent in 1899, and both Loake and Barker in 1880. Sanders was found in 1873.
I'm not sure to when Edward Green or John Lobb date their foundings.