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Well, that blows the doors of my skateboard find from a while back. A late 70s G&S Fibreflex Roadrider board. Yours seems legit as those look to be the same tracker trucks as mine. I'm definitely no expert though.

Would that be a flip or a thrift trophy? They make awesome wall art.

I bet @Purplelabel would give his left nut for that board. Haha!

 

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Well, that blows the doors of my skateboard find from a while back. A late 70s G&S Fibreflex Roadrider board. Yours seems legit as those look to be the same tracker trucks as mine. I'm definitely no expert though.

Would that be a flip or a thrift trophy? They make awesome wall art.

I bet @Purplelabel would give his left nut for that board. Haha!
Hoping to get some Christmas shopping done with this flip lol i would Love to keep it tho
Did a bunch of research and it looks like it’s the original red model that came out in 1979, found a pic of Shogo holding a similar one the same year
 

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Nabbed these minty Sir James Warwick penny loafers benchmade in England. Cheaney? Sargent? Any ideas? Inconclusive discussion on it earlier in this thread.

Too big for me, hoping for a healthy flip.
 

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Well, that blows the doors of my skateboard find from a while back. A late 70s G&S Fibreflex Roadrider board. Yours seems legit as those look to be the same tracker trucks as mine. I'm definitely no expert though.

Would that be a flip or a thrift trophy? They make awesome wall art.

I bet @Purplelabel would give his left nut for that board. Haha!
And his other nut for the vicuna.
 

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Does anyone know what line is this? Is this just newer BB main line? The leather-lined pockets, made in Italy and silk blend are throwing me off... Super nice jacket either way.View attachment 1284041View attachment 1284042
It was the label for the Brooks Brother's Artisanal Collection, circa 2013-2014, 100%. High quality, higher prices than mainline, it steered more towards European tailoring as opposed to BB trad. Really nice find, dont see it much anymore!

Edit: There was also a capsule collection of sweaters and outerwear around the same time called "Natural Craftsmanship". It used the same label, but if I remember correctly was limited to sweaters and outwear. If listed adding Artisanal and Natural Craftsmanship would grab attention of a few people who might seek it out. It was popular, but BB only did it for a limited time and then put it all on heavy discount.
 
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