- Sep 27, 2016
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The one's you call O'Sullivan are Mason Executive Imperials. At least the ones on the bottom are. O'Sullivan is the maker of the heel.Lots of Long Wing Blucher's to add to my personal collection, and a pair of boots. Maybe I overdid it, but they all looked so cool, I couldn't pass them up.
bottom row, left to right: Bostonian Crown Windsor, Florsheim V-Cleat, O'Sullivan
Top row, left to right: Imperial Famous Barr ?, O'Sullivan, Russell Moccasin Co. Boots
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First of all, I am extremely jealous. Supremely jealous and annoyed.Where’s the good ol’ bloke @Purplelabel been hiding?!
Barbour. Wax. Vintage. NOS. That get you here? Haha. Trying to figure out the vintage of this. Everything I’m finding online says pre-1994, pre-1990. Couldn’t find any dates on attached paperwork.
also trying to figure out if it’s Olive or Sage, as it looks like Barbour has used the Apple approach and used the same name for various shades of colors (space gray can be 1 of like 6 different shades, haha). I get that the colors fade with wear as well but the internet seems divided and the style number doesn’t lead me anywhere.
I’m getting ready to list this as I have to financially justify my recent jacket acquisition from our resident grail magnet Lord Nataku. I’m trying a new “one in, one out” philosophy to keep my hoarding reduced.
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Not saying it's not real, but that's a pretty junky casting on that bit. You'd think they'd trim the edges there.
I'm gonna vote real seems like an odd item to fake .