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FS: Edward Sexton New No Tags Jacket 42 @$200


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Jul 11, 2006
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I have for sale an Edward Sexton wool jacket with no flaws. The jacket was acquired only this week from a seller who advertised it as new without tags and it is so. When I actually took tape to it--there is no size label-- sadly it turned out to be larger than given in his sale posting, thus this sale by me. I'm not sure who makes Edward Sexton's rtw; there are three labels: first one says EDWARD SEXTON Savile Row London; second Wilkes Bashford san francisco; and third THE MARK OF THE WORLD'S BEST PURE VIRGIN WOOL. The wool is definitely fall and winter weight and my photograph renders all the colors close to true to life. It has a single vent and 2 buttons. Measurements: shoulders 20 inches, underarm to underarm 44, waist 20, sleeve 24 1/2, length 31. It wears to me like a U.S. size 42 regular and I was informed it retailed at about $2,000. I am asking $200 shipped within continental U.S. Contact me for questions and pics at [email protected]

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