HOF: Labels, heels and nail patterns - Secrets to ID the maker

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    i have put already some pictures of the brogues.if you could help me now please,i will be grateful. thanks
     
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    i have put already some pictures of the brogues.if you could help me now please,i will be grateful. thanks
     
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    Hello.I have a pair of vintage brogues made in england but they are unbranded.How do i identify the maker of them? could anyone help me please the origin? they are hand made?
    the serial number inside them is 141607 5441 C/O No.519 size 10 Made in England
    Many thanks.Regards
     
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    Look into bakers. Yes bakers, not Barkers :)
     
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    sorry? bakers? but the shoes are unbranded
     
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    As in they look like loaves of bread. Thus, bakers :)
     
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    ok.you┬┤re very funny.you should follow a career in circus.
     
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    Hello.I have a pair of vintage brogues made in england but they are unbranded.How do i identify the maker of them? could anyone help me please the origin? they are hand made?
    the serial number inside them is 141607 5441 C/O No.519 size 10 Made in England
    Many thanks.Regards
     
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    ^^I keep having Deja Vu in this thread, is that normal?
     
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