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DROPS! $40 NEW WITH TAGS Patchwork Madras Jacket & $26 BEAUTIFUL salmon pink Corbin jacket, with PAT

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by tweedydon, Jun 30, 2012.

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  1. tweedydon

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    These jackets have all been previously posted, and appear here with significant price drops to find them new homes! I mean, $40 SHIPPED for a NWT madras jacket, and $30 for a Corbin with THREE PATCH POCKETS
    ? :)

    ALL PRICES INCLUDE SHIPPING IN CONUS, and OFFERS ARE VERY WELCOME!​


    1) NWT Land's End red-and-white pincord. UNWORN.

    SOLD

    Purchased new, the original owner never even removed the tags from this jacket--so this is genuinely New With Tags. 100% cotton, this lovely jacket is in pincord striping of red and white, which presents as a lovely salmon pink from a distance. It is half-lined in a complementary cream, and is very unstructured, as you'd want from a summer jacket in this weight. The jacket is, of course, in excellent condition, is 100% cotton, and is subtly darted with a three-button front--while not cut as a 3/2 jacket, the top button does have the start of a subtle roll which makes this look like a 1960s high-roll 3/2.5. This has a centre vent.

    Asking just $40, or offer, boxed and shipped in CONUS.

    Tagged a 44R, this measures:


    Chest: 22 1/2
    Sleeve: 26 3/8 (+1 1/4)
    Shoulder: 19 1/4
    Length: 32

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    2) NWT Patchwork Madras jacket by Jos. A. Bank

    This is a beautiful jacket! Ignore the fact that this is from JAB--it is, after all, from their Signature Collection and so is decently made, being half-canvassed and fully lined. It also has a single centre vent. This was made in India--as you'd want for a Madras jacket--and is absolutely lovely! It is also New With ALL Tags attached, and so is in pristine condition.

    It originally cost $250, so how about JUST $40, or offer, boxed and shipped in CONUS?

    Tagged a 46R, this measures:

    Chest: 23 7/8
    Sleeve: 26 (+2)
    Shoulder: 20 1/2
    Length: 32 1/4

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    3) BEAUTIFUL CORBIN Ivy/Preppy 3/2 sack Summer jacket in Salmon Pink--THREE PATCH POCKETS!

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    Half-canvassed, 3/2 sack, three patch pockets, hook vent, the works!

    It really doesn't get much more Ivy league than this! Cut from a wonderful dusty salmon-pink cloth (there's no material tag, but it's clearly poplin) this terrific and recent 3/2 sack jacket has all of the Ivy/Trad desiderata--it's a 3/2 sack with a lovely roll, lapped seams along the shoulders, sleeve,s and down the back, a hook vent, half-canvassed, half-lined, very natural shoulders, and the ever-delightful and very rare three patch pockets! It was also Made in the USA by Corbin, one of my favourite American makers, and one of the most greatly undervalued, in my view.

    This jacket is in excellent condition, but with two minor blemishes; a small brown mark on the back, and a faint and small brown mark by the hem at the back. As such, this is in Very Good condition, and hence I'm asking just $30 > 26, boxed and shipped in CONUS, or offer.

    Measurements:

    Chest: 21 1/8
    Sleeve: 27 1/2 (+2 -- in case you need this!)
    Shoulder: 18 1/4
    Length: 32

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    Moved to consolidated jacket thread!
     
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