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

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  1. GMMcL

    GMMcL Senior member

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    Who can help me date this Chesterfield based on the labels? No union tag, unfortunately.

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    Someone remind me who makes Pal Zileri Sartoriale?

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    Can someone clue me in as who's the maker for this fine pair of shoes for Huntsman and sons? No nail pattern as the soles are Vibram soles.

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    Someone can assist with the following tag? It looks like Attolini but I am not sure.



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    Cantarelli - not Attolini.
     


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    Looking to purchase these suede shoes...seller is stating label on shoes worn off, but was gold lettering.

    He did supply me with the last/size info shot, so hopefully someone will recognize the last or shoe no. listed

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    Southwick or something?

    Great looking coat. I have one from Polo with notch lapels. Chicks fucking love that thing
     


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    I am NOT the authority here, but that script looks like Alden, though I would have expected it to have the heel/toe width (B/D) as opposed to just the single width.

    EDIT: Check that. That's identical to the script on my Royal Tweed shoes so I'm going to say made by Church's/Cheaney. Sorry.
     
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    Cheaney, for sure.
     


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    Thanks...so now..since I havent asked for measurements...that is UK sizing, right?
     


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    Should be.
     


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    Unless they are Royal Tweed, which Cheaney made for the US market.
     


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