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  • New to the forum. I purchased a pair of vintage Bostonians - scotch grain with model number 2062 ingrained on the inside. Does anyone know more about this pair. I can't seem to find much out there.

    Thanks for any guidance.
    New to the neighborhood.
    Saw you posted about Bostonian 5800s. Found a sweet pair and curious how to decode the manufacturing date. 26913524 3
    Can you give guidance? I have come across numerous new, old stock Florsheim shoes. Most Imperial wing tips. Some have the wooden soles, 5 nail v on heel. Others has the Good Year stamp heel. Don't know how to price. Any advice? Thx
    I do not recall if I responded to your questions. Send me a PM and I will be happy to help
    ah, i wish i had known about that tip. i am already long gone from that BCF. If they were in my size, i would truly be upset that i didn't try this out. next time i know though!
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