Help Identifying Tag Details: Zegna and Oxxford

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by jgur88, Nov 13, 2012.

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  1. jgur88

    jgur88 New Member

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    This is my first post, so please correct me if I make any mistakes..


    I have been studying designer and vintage labels over the past two months and found a lot of 12 Carroll & Company suits all from the same person in a thrift store. I bought one last night that was made by Oxxford and also found an Ermenegildo Zegna sport coat while I was hunting. I know I have found two awesome pieces that do not fit me, but I don't know much after that. I would like to sell them on eBay, but I am unfamiliar with their lines and would like to know more before I figure out how much I can hope to get for them.

    Here is the tag for the Oxxford 120s suit: http://i.imgur.com/XWDbb.jpg

    Here is the tag for the Zegna: http://i.imgur.com/ChdKJ.jpg


    Please let me know if I should be posting this elsewhere. Also, let me know if the other Carroll & Co suits are worth going back and snagging. They all looked and felt beautiful, which is why it made me check the label. I also came across a Chester Barrie suit and a few H. Freemans since I live in Philadelphia.


    Thanks!
     


  2. Nicola

    Nicola Senior member

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    If that's a Zegna tag I think it's ancient. Post the label.

    Value? Whatever somebody will pay. Color,condition etc
     


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  4. rebel222

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    There's no magic code book that deciphers the numbers on those tags floating around the internet. Other than the obvious items written in English, you won't find much more information unless one of the manufacturers will give you the information. Regardless, it's not worth your time to have the information deciphered.

    You have a 39L Oxxford suit and a 46L Zegna sport coat. As for the value, look at completed listings in those sizes on eBay. That should give you an idea. Neither is particularly valuable.
     


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