Good eye, Jabney. Those are both real bargains on very nice shoes. I'm surprised that the NIB EG Yardleys are still at that price ($355 with 9 hours to go in a 7-day listing). The Yardley has the hand-stitched apron that raises the shoe's retail price by about $75 - $100 over regular EGs. In addition, they come with the lasted shoe trees. The seller's statement about the retail is correct and maybe even a little low--for the shoes. The trees add another $75 or so. Note that they're wider than standard--UK F-fitting, so the stated size of 9E US seems right on the mark. If these go for anything less than about $700, someone has really obtained a bargain.