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The (Un)Official Thrift Buy /Sell / Trade / Want Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by jkidd41011, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. danne888

    danne888 Well-Known Member

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    double post sorry
     
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  2. danne888

    danne888 Well-Known Member

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    I have a blue herringbone linen Corneliani sportjacket that i wish to sell or trade. Its tagged as a euro 54r. I love this jacket but its to big for me, im a size euro 50r. Its two button, fully canvassed and partially lined.

    Im open for suggestions on what to trade for, jackets, suit, shoes or shirts. Im a size size euro 50r on suits/jackets, 15.5/39 on shirts, uk 9.5 on shoes. Im however living in Sweden and the shipping to the states will probably be pretty expensive. Therefore i prefer trading with people from Europe, i could however reconsider if the offer is good enough.
    Measurements:


    Chest: 60 cm = 23.62 inches
    Waist: 57 cm = 22.44 inches
    Shoulder 49 cm = 19.3 inches
    Length 80.5 cm = 31.7 inches
    Arm length 62 cm = 24.4 inches


    With reservation that this is the first time i measure a jacket and i will measure again if anyone is interested in trading. I took the measurements in cm, thats why they are kind of strange in inches. Please pm if you would like additional pictures.



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  3. Everett464

    Everett464 Well-Known Member

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    Gentlemen,

    For trade are two pair NWT Levis D1 khakis, 34 x 32, IRREGULAR. Both appear to me to be in fine shape.

    First pair is Thick Khaki with leather accents.

    Second pair is a dark gray, herringbone-ish pattern.


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  4. dustinmyself

    dustinmyself Well-Known Member

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    hey guys, I'm looking to buy a size 38r sport coat (summer weight)

    Open to any brands/colors. Please PM me with what you have!

    Thank you.
     
  5. capnwes

    capnwes Well-Known Member

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    Hey fellas, try to hook this guy up. He is from my neck of the woods and is having a tough time finding stuff at the thrifts....I'm sure the rest of you 38ers can relate. Anyway, I have met and dealt with him in person and can vouch for him. He is a standup guy and deserves to have a bone tossed his way.

    THX
     
  6. Jpmorris

    Jpmorris Well-Known Member

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    No wonder he can't find anything! I'll poke around, but if I had anything it would probably be posted....
     
  7. capnwes

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  8. barrelntrigger

    barrelntrigger Well-Known Member

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  9. VLSI

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    Wouldn't mind trading these for some SW&D-ish type shirts in medium/15.5 sizes. Need about a 21-22" p2p and 25.5-26" sleeve.

    Lorenzini Made in Italy PRL shirts.
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  10. FaceOfBoh

    FaceOfBoh Well-Known Member

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    Edit: Free to a good home.
    Go to listing.


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  11. jkidd41011

    jkidd41011 Well-Known Member

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    I've got a medium Bills Khaki shirt...

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    Also have a nicer BB that I currently don't have a picture of in a medium. Not as SW&D as the Bills though.
     
  12. tben

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  13. VLSI

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    No thanks. That looks like a tucker and it's probably cut a little too "generous." If you'd like these shirts though you can PM an offer as well.
     
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  14. mrdeep2001

    mrdeep2001 Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys,

    I have a beach wedding to go to in about a month, so trying to get something together to wear. Maybe a lightweight suit, or jacket I could wear with some light colored pants (i.e. beige linen, etc).

    Jacket
    42R (i'd guess around 21.75"-22" p2p would be best), shoulders around 18.75"

    Pants
    36" actual waist measurement
    32"-34" inseam (will determine the break)
    Prefer no pleats, but are not a deal breaker


    Let me know what you've got, thanks fellas!

    ~Deep
     
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  17. tben

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    It is a Drake's, I don't believe that it is a grenadine, it is some kind of textured silk however.
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  18. ellsbebc

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  19. bytor13

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    46L

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    Jacket Measurements:

    P2P - 24
    Waist - 23
    Sleeves (shoulder to cuff) - 26.5
    Shoulders - 20.5
    BOC - 32.5
    side vents, fully lined

    Pants:

    Waist - 40
    Inseam - 29.5
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    I haven't measured anything yet, and everything's at the cleaners, so if you're interested, I'll have to wait on measurements.

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    BR linen/cotton plaid, side vented, tagged 38R
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    J. Press - contrast collar, FC, 16-33. Both need the "treatment" first.
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  20. mexicutioner

    mexicutioner Well-Known Member

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    need a higher-end suit in solid charcoal, 44-46R. maximum jacket BOC length 32". must be current label or extremely recent. oxxford, isaia, zegna couture, kiton, CURRENT label corneliani/PRL, etc. flat front highly preferred, though pleated pants ok. single-breasted is a must. prefer 2-button.

    doesn't need to be cheap, but needs to be amazing. this is going to be my one charcoal suit, so i want it to be a doozy. thanks fellas!!!
     
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