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FS: NWT Tino Cosma + Drakes Tie

Discussion in 'B&S Archive' started by VMan, Apr 23, 2006.

  1. VMan

    VMan Senior member

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    Hey guys, I have for sale a new with tags Tino Cosma tie, and a mint condition Drakes tie. Both have nice heavy silk and will tie a nice knot. The Tino Cosma tie is a cream/red/black diamond pattern, measures 60" long, 3.75" wide, and is made in Italy. NWT, retailed for $95, I'm asking $35 shipped. The Drakes tie has a cream ground with a navy blue lattice pattern with a blue circle at the intersection of each line. Mint condition, 3.5" wide, 59" long, hand made in England. Asking $30 shipped. I will sell both ties for $58 shipped. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


  2. VMan

    VMan Senior member

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    Nobody?
     


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    Nobody? I'm open to offers as well.
     


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    Roger Senior member

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    VersaceMan, is the background of the Tino Cosma tie actually cream, or is it more of a light gray? Also, are both ties of conventional (3-fold with lining) construction?
     


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    VersaceMan, is the background of the Tino Cosma tie actually cream, or is it more of a light gray? Also, are both ties of conventional (3-fold with lining) construction?

    The lining is actually cream - in real life the colors are a bit warmer than in the photo. They are conventional in construction as far as I know, with the lining in the back.
     


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