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Edward Green 33 Last

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by pejsek, Jun 5, 2006.

  1. pejsek

    pejsek Senior member

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    I recently happened on a pair of black Edward Green Cadogans on what appear to be the 33 last. The handwritten notations are 9D 33 4813 and the EG stamp is the gold rectangular one (Made By Edward Green Bootmaker Northampton). I must admit I've never heard of this last. Can anyone enlighten me as to how the 33 fits into the EG family tree? It appears to be basically a round toe a la the 202 with perhaps just the slightest bit of chiseling (not that I trust my eyes or anything).
     
  2. jcusey

    jcusey Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    33 is from the previous generation of EG lasts. According to Tony Gaziano, it is a square-toe variant of the 32. The 32 was also the basis for the 202.
     
  3. pejsek

    pejsek Senior member

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    Ask and ye shall receive! Thanks.
     

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