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Crockett and Jones shell cordovan loafers for Barneys...

http://cgi.ebay.com/Crockett-Jones-C...QQcmdZViewItem
post #92 of 14986
If these fit me they'd be the perfect swing dancing shoes!

http://cgi.ebay.com/LinenTan-Leather...QQcmdZViewItem
post #93 of 14986
Speaking of Martegani's, "It's hard out there for a pimp," but maybe a little less hard with these alligator slip-ons: http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-R-Martegani-...QQcmdZViewItem

post #94 of 14986
post #95 of 14986
Polo made in England brown and white spectators. 9B:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=7752130968
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Chorse123, I noticed those shoes and had some questions about them. First, the characters 9 D appear stamped in the shoes, which should indicate, shouldn't it, that they would correspond to a 9 1/2 C in the North American sizing system? (An insole length of 11.5" also would seem to suggest a 9 1/2.) Second, the color is not one currently offered on the Weymouth by C&J, suggesting to me, perhaps, that they are an older shoe or came through a US store like Ben Silver (who often gets non-standard colors in his C&J shoes). Third, can we assume that these were made on the 337 last, since the last number 337 does not appear anywhere in the shoe, and it normally does in C&J Handgrades. I wonder what the story is here.
post #98 of 14986
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Originally Posted by Roger
Chorse123, I noticed those shoes and had some questions about them. First, the characters 9 D appear stamped in the shoes, which should indicate, shouldn't it, that they would correspond to a 9 1/2 C in the North American sizing system? (An insole length of 11.5" also would seem to suggest a 9 1/2.) Second, the color is not one currently offered on the Weymouth by C&J, suggesting to me, perhaps, that they are an older shoe or came through a US store like Ben Silver (who often gets non-standard colors in his C&J shoes). Third, can we assume that these were made on the 337 last, since the last number 337 does not appear anywhere in the shoe, and it normally does in C&J Handgrades. I wonder what the story is here.

I had the same questions about these. I was thinking that they were made for Barney's maybe, which had Cliffords last season in chestnut rather than antique tan, and which were stamped with US sizes. If that's the case, these would be UK 8.5E. I strongly suspect that is the case, but I'd appreciate more info is anyone can help.
post #99 of 14986
I would guess they were made for an American retailer like Barney's or Ben Silver. No idea for the last number, but I think they are definitely a US 9, medium width. I bid them up for a while, but think they're going to go much higher, so I dropped out. Could be worth it, though. Very nice shoes in good condition. Great color, too.
post #100 of 14986
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Originally Posted by chorse123
I would guess they were made for an American retailer like Barney's or Ben Silver. No idea for the last number, but I think they are definitely a US 9, medium width. I bid them up for a while, but think they're going to go much higher, so I dropped out. Could be worth it, though. Very nice shoes in good condition. Great color, too.


Not my size, you lucky dogs.
post #101 of 14986
post #102 of 14986
Lugs. That's what those soles look like.
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Charvet shoes (made in France, don't know by whom):
http://cgi.ebay.com/Chaussures-de-lu...QQcmdZViewItem
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