Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.
Coffee beans and hanging inside out in a bag sounds like it may be your best bet on this one.
Nice pick up! From the price I got on the only shirt I found Matsuda has some very enthuastic collectors.
today and yesterday
vintage avon x car collection aftershaves, some are full
i keep thrifting ferraris
recent ties, anon 7f
vintage nassau county trucker snapback N/A
mink, astrakhan, swedish persian lamb hats
vintage columbia made in usa bugaboo
silk and wool, 100 alpaca, 100 ca$h, silk and cash reversible scarves
genuine batik 36" scarf
coach ancient madder, vintage woolens
nordstrom 100 ca$h
deadstock vintage PRL made in japan socks
(reference these i hope)
100% full deadstock chaps made by com air
vintage black and gold robe
fox large 85" stole for my wife
rabbit and fox fur coat for my kid
forgot the main pic but cantarelli GP waistcoat
is this the mountaineering I'm looking for?
1987 spuds mckenzie sweatshirt, a quarter
i don't pick up grant thomas, but when i do, its suede and one dollar
@Fueco is this the patagonia I'm looking for? and if so, do you want it?
PRL recent goose down puffer
@thrift vader how'm i doin here
paid up for this and no thermos, but will try and e-thrift one, referencing this :
ok, heres where it gets interesting. hit an estate sale with some military things. @Nataku help me understand the below, if you have time?
best as i can figure this is vietnam era, is this a M-65? i paid $15.
then i find in the garage a mystery box, and they tell me everything inside including the box is $40. Inside :
1964 vietnam used poncho
1967 dream cot with original instructions
1943 british issue broad arrow military trou
tremendous, like 15 feet big canvas tarpaulin
1944 field jacket
and discharge papers in the pocket, seemingly unfolded in over 60 years
WWII issue belt
WWII issue socks
WWII issue tie
WWII strap to something, IDK what
WWII issue water bag
that box that it was all in? Well, it was this :
look at that dove tailing
the guy custom'ed the interior with some serape stripe cloth, which itself is fucking awesome.
re-entry to US with seized property declaration
original german lock, i guess he bought this when he was there - but no damn key
the guy saw me carrying the trunk out and said - "did they give you the key?" the guy was keeping the key in his pocket so he could see the guy who bought it.
back to the thrifts
3x made in scotland large mohair shawls, one amicale 100 ca$h scarf
nwt BJ 100 linen, RL rugby
1955 army jacket
3x ultra recent magee and irish made donegal tweeds
not sure if srs about female inmate card
RL made in england shoes
CT houndstooth, Porsche Design x Carrera 5621 aviators with interchangeable lenses
Damn. Some guy grabbed a sweet Eames lounge-ish chair and ottoman just seconds before me. Looked like an Eames-Bertoia hybrid.
Shouldn't have stopped for that errand first :/
I could not find a comparable of the same model and I had serious doubts about the authenticity before posting. What I noticed while looking around was that the rivets on LV bags have Louis Vuitton on them. This one did not. Your feedback was helpful it reinforcing the pass. Thanks again.
Really enjoyed looking at those pics, Spoo. Especially the military stuff.
thank you man, i had a super fun day.
my kid also found an original 1980's set of cabbage patch kid accessories for her vintage cabbage patch kid dolls. i mean, you just can't beat the smile on her face. she picked em, and she has a thrift allowance, which she was going to use, but they gave them to her for free. #paysbeingcute
Owch! Hate that.
@SpooPoker Wow! Man. That's a great military haul.
- M65 is 1967. Looks to be in good shape and a decent size.
- No clue on the poncho but that is early Vietnam issue so should be valuable.
- The cot probably isn't worth a whole lot but I could be wrong. Cool find though.
- 1944 jacket is called an Ike Jacket. Not very valuable since they seem to pop up fairly often in great shape. Those patches may be worth something though.
- The smalls are really cool. Never seen a water bag like that before.
- That foot locker is probably the best piece. Not sure if the most valuable but the coolest.
Found a bunch of random stuff today that I won't bore you with, but these are the coolest. Vintage Svea 123 and Optimus 111 backpacking stoves. Paid $3 for both.
Appreciate that! Im 100% not versed in military, but the older the better for me. its all for me, not for sale, so the information is appreciated. my favorite pieces are the water bag and the poncho. and of course, the trunk. i thought of you when i was picking them, lol.
how about that camp7 though, is that what I'm looking for? i was so out of my comfort zone today haha.
Suit supply and ferragamoes
Thank you both for the legit check - nice to know it's pre-death! Appreciate the info on the Rotel gear!
this thing is nuts...and ugly
You did well! I would have bought all that stuff if I were to have stumbled across it.
Forgot to mention the Camp 7. Right colors, right label and cool styling. Women's though....
Still, you never know. Work your magic on it!
Very ugly, very cool.
I left a light gray T&A/CB orphan the other day because of the extensive sweat stains on the white lining. Probably a mistake, but I disn't want to deal with it.
@SpooPoker super cool haul. Love that trunk. My uncle had one and whenever we'd go visit, I'd ask him to open it up and show me all the cool stuff in it. He also had one of the best collection of arrowheads I've ever seen but the all got donated to a small-town museum when he passed. I'm iff on a tangent.
I would wear the hell out of that. Just saying.
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