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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.
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    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.
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  2. Bradford

    Bradford Senior member

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    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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