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An overcoat purge, sizes 36 and 40 left, NOS, cashmere, Invertêre

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by VRaivio, Dec 3, 2012.

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    I’m selling a part of my current coat collection to fund a project and make room for new ones. With a tendency for hoarding, I’ve too many at the moment. Most of these coats have either been tried on and washed once, or used gently. Details and wear are mentioned on each item’s description.

    Please note: the coats reside in Finland, but I ship worldwide (tracking included) at buyer's expense and will take care of VAT for orders outside EU.

    Shipping inside EU will cost around $40 for one coat, shipping to America will be around $55. All payments with Paypal.

    All measurements have been taken with these instructions:
    www.keikari.com/blogi/how-to-measure-for-ebay

    Size 36 coats​


    A sand-coloured car coat from an unknown West German maker. Has natural shoulders and a warm wool lining in a muted green tartan weave.

    Upper 100% Woolmark-certified pure new wool, lining 85% wool, 10% polyamide, 5% others.

    Two flapped front pockets, lining has one large pocket with zipper. Leather buttons and two hand-warmer pockets, slim fit.
    In superb condition throughout, only has one bump on front (see pics).

    Measurements: shoulder seam to shoulder seam 46 cm, length of sleeve from shoulder seam to end of cuff 65 cm, width on waist 53 cm, collar bottom to hem 87 cm, pit to pit 55 cm.

    I’m asking $65 for this humble one.

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    Size 40 coats​

    NOS mid-brown cashmere Crombie coat from the Finnish maker Pukeva. Made in Finland by Finnish hands.

    Material 100% cashmere. Not the flimsy, light and quickly worn-through modern day cashmere, but thicker and longer-wearing Right Stuff. Cloth made in Huddersfield, England. I cannot stress highly enough how superb this cloth is; suffice it to say it’s the kind all cashmere should be.

    Condition flawless, I cannot find a single mark of wear on this NOS coat.

    Two flapped from pockets, decorative pick-stitching on lapels and pockets. Has two large inside pockets.

    Measurements: shoulder seam to shoulder seam 50 cm, length of sleeve from shoulder seam to end of cuff 67½ cm, width on waist 55 cm, collar bottom to hem 103 cm, pit to pit 58 cm.

    Asking $400 for this unused coat due to its rare cloth.

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    NOS Invertêre Coatwrights mid-brown cashmere coat with raglan sleeves. Size marking 38, but cut is very loose and will fit a size 40 much better.

    Material 100% cashmere wool, gorgeous light-catching cloth. Made in England. Completely soft shoulders.

    Condition superb, the only signs of wear are four pinhead-sized marks on right sleeve (please see pictures).

    Two jetted front pockets, raglan sleeves, back slit has a button. Has one large and one small inside pocket. Collar can be popped, front buttons are hidden.

    Measurements: shoulder seam to end of cuff 72 cm (raglan sleeve), width on waist 60 cm, collar bottom to hem 115 cm, pit to pit 60 cm.

    I’m asking 280 dollars for this one.

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