Edward Green (semi) obscure model query

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  1. Lint Brush

    Lint Brush Senior member

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    Gentlemen:

    Can't seem to find an online picture of the following models and was hoping someone would elucidate me:

    Lichfield
    Kibworth
    Sloane

    Thank you.
     
  2. johnnynorman3

    johnnynorman3 Senior member

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    Lichfield is a semi brogue bal.
     
  3. Lint Brush

    Lint Brush Senior member

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    Thanks--I'm also adding the "Kingsway" to my mystery list.
     
  4. RJman

    RJman Posse Member Dubiously Honored

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    punched peaked cap two-eyelet V-front derby.

    Kibworth = brogued cap-toe elasticated slipon
     
  5. Lint Brush

    Lint Brush Senior member

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    Thanks, and dammit--I just want the Stowe on sale. Is that too much to ask? I'm not wild about broguing or elastic, either--may just pick up the boring, albeit attractive, Chelsea on the 82.
     
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    bengal-stripe Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Kingsway: two eyelet blucher (derby), like Holborn, but with additional short-ish toe cap. Kibworth: side elastic slip-on with a great deal of brogueing. Lichfield: semi brogue (strait cap), but with the lacing in "Adelaide" style (set into a window). Looks just like Canterbury. Sloane: Penny loafer with hand stitched apron (very similar to Harrow, don't know where the difference between the two designs is). All these styles are featured in the current catalogue. Ask for a copy of the (very glossy and expensive) catalogue, if they want to charge you (list price GBP 5.00), settle for the (free) "wall-sheet" (poster).
     
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    Thanks, Bengal--I'll try to obtain the catalogue.
     

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