I desperately need to clean out my closet. I have quite a few things that are either new or with a lot of wear left in them which could go to a good home. For starters, this Seraphin shearling, completely new. A size 52 EU, which in point of fact can take a tall 40 through a regular 42 or a skinny 44. The color is a glorious bronze-grey, and it is completely lined with its own genuine shearling throughout, sleeves and all. The leather is very soft, with a nubuck feel. Note detailing like the throat latch. Seraphin makes the leather jackets for Hermes, Cifonelli, Connolly and others; at Hermes this would likely fetch $5000; selling as Seraphin it retailed for over $2000. I'd like to sell it for $1000 and shipping. Coles shirts: two Coles shirts, size 15.5 x 33, moderate wear, 100% cotton. One end on end lilac, classic spread collar, and one light blue poplin cutaway collar. Both French cuffs. These are from their Jermyn Street days. $40 including shipping anywhere in the world for the two of them together. Be warned, despite their website claims, that these shirts have plastic buttons (nice and thick, though) and no gussets. When I brought this up with Cole's, they offered me a small discount on my next order. Bottom line: decent quality entry-level Jermyn Street shirts, which is to say they'll age well. RJ card wallet, new in box, unused. This is something I've realized I'll never use, but it's very cool. Black and white leather; I always thought the white would patinate the way Flusser suggests Thurston white gut ends will. Handmade in England (RJ leathergoods now are made in Italy), retailing at 125 pounds. $60 including shipping. Hold your credit cards and let a money clip hold your bills for streamlined elegance. PM me if interested in the above. Buyer responsible for risk of loss and/or duty on any items above. Shipping insurance is at buyer's expense and suggestion.