Howdy all, maybe some help identifying a label for me?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by txwoodworker, Apr 9, 2013.

  1. txwoodworker

    txwoodworker Senior member

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    I searched the threads for just this exact type of thread, assumed there would be an "official" one, feel free to move this over if I just missed it.

    Found this shirt thrifting, love the fabric, it doesn't look old, the color is fantastic. Hoping to get some more info on it.

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    MOP buttons. The tag says "Monarques" and "Neuilly" - so Neuilly-sur-Seine comes up, and Monarque comes up. Besides that ink stamp above the label there's nothing else on the shirt.

    I'm curious, but I'm also a reseller, and I'd just plain keep the shirt, but the sleeves are too short for me, so I'd like to know what I'm selling when I decide to put it up. If anyone is interested it fit me great except for the sleeves, I wear a 16-35, I'd guess the sleeve length at a 32 on this. I'd provide more pics if it helps, but it's a shirt... spread collar... maybe you experts would be able to i.d. more from the cut of the shirt. Lemmie know.
     
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    If you like it as you say, have it made into a short sleeve and enjoy it. $15 ought to do it. You may get all of $8 for the buttons if you choose to sell it.
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    That's a great idea. Im wearing it today with sleeves rolled up to see how i like it. I'm surprised that in a connected age I can't find the maker. I had no idea the buttons would sell for that much, good to know. Thanks for your help.
    Tom
     

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