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As traditional as it gets: NWT 42L 3 Piece AND Hacking Jacket Suit

Discussion in 'B&S Archive' started by rssmsvc, Jul 16, 2006.

  1. Wildsmith

    Wildsmith Well-Known Member

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    Well everyone there here, the parchments are here, Lord Palmerston, Duke of Marlborough, Duke Blanford, Bonaparte and many others, there is a few that are foot prints of foreign lords and Barrons that i'm sure will be of interest to. Dont get me wrong i think every single one is interesting. What we have also gained is George 6th's Riding and Military boots.
    C:\\Documents and Settings\\Matthew\\My Documents\\My Pictures\\Wildsmiths

    There is also another pair of boots with unique shoe trees, the detail is of that you could not find them on shoes of today, there isnt a craftsman that could do it.

  2. Bradford

    Bradford Current Events Moderator

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    Mar 19, 2002
    I don't even know where I would ever wear the second one, but it's beautiful and in my size.

    Must resist - my wife will kill me if I buy another suit!!!

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