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Nataku

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Recent stuff. Everything available except the Amiga.

Found this awhile back, but can't recall if I posted a photo or not.

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Current Isaia Eu 52 R

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Talbott 42 T

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Eidos linen/wool Eu 54 R

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Batch of NWOT Circle Rock suits and sportcoats. Flannels/tweeds. 38-40 R ish

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Zegna Trofeo 600 EU 52 R

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Zegna Trofeo Eu 56 L

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Costume National velvet EU 52

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Zegna Trofeo Eu 56 L

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Peter Millar Brown plaid 40 R

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Zegna Shetlair Eu 58 L

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Killer Zegna brown unstructured. Triple patch pockets. Suede under-collar trim. Eu 54 R
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Zegna solid gray Eu 50 R

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Well bad news so far. I just heard back from
Christopher Maurer
Professor of Spanish
Department of Romance Studies
Boston University
By the way thank you atljon for that connection.
He advised that they are fakes. Of course will hope to hear back from Swann galleries but he seemed pretty knowledgeable. So, a fun adventure for a day but most likely going to end up with my daughter who is an art lover.
Still, that got the blood pumping pretty good and for just a minute I thought I might have found something spectacular and valuable. Was still a good week as I found these at an estate sale for $40.
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And this cool 60 year old Bartoli.
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And finally this barely used mixer with box for $35.

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If I hear anything different on the sketches you will all be the first to know.
 

Nobilis Animus

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Screw the sketches, I want to hear more about that book of spells.
 

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Rubinacci
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BB Black Fleece
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Brioni down coat with cashmere, some leather details and fur trim. Super crappy phone photos, but might be the most valuable item I´ve ever found. Too big for me, gave it to my old man, that´s how we keep the Brioni all up in the family.
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More stuff. All available except for the J&M shell (on Fleabay and ending this evening) and the Polo vest (keeper).

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Alden for BB 11 D, AE Randolph 10.5 B, J&M shell 10.5 B

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Polo by C&J (I believe, please correct me if I am wrong) 9.5 D, Maganni Montana hiking boots (needs laces) 8.5 M

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Polo vest (N/A)

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Canali Eu 54 C

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NWT Tablott navy blazer. US 50 R
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Billy Reid 42 R
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Oxxford solid navy. (48-50, if I recall)

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Oxxford tweed houndstooth check (46-48, if I recall correctly)

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Schmidt caps

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300+ 40's-early 50's greeting cards

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Powers on so should be worth a chance for $10.

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Power output: (RMS) 2 X 50w/8 ohms
Frequency response: 10Hz/50kHz
Output Impedance: 4 or 8 ohms
Damping factor: 30
Total Harmonic output: 0.1%/8 ohms
Input Sensitivity Phono: 2.5 mV
Input Sensitivity Tuner: 150 mV
Input Sensitivity Aux: 150 mV
Input Sensitivity Tape In: 150 mV
Signal to Noise Ratio Phono: 70 dB
Signal to Noise Ratio Tuner: 90 dB
Signal to Noise Ratio Aux: 90 dB
Signal to Noise Ratio Tape In: 90 dB

1970s watts are bigger than 2020 watts. Winner winner chicken dinner!

 

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Lockdown means going through the backlog and channeling the spirit of @noob in 89 and his brilliant B&S listings of yesteryear on our local classifieds.
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FYI, the Brier is our men's national curling championship up here.

Description:

Holy frickin smokes! What a beauty! The '91 Labatt Brier was held right here in the Hammer at Copps Coliseum (back when it it was actually called Copps) and this sweatshirt was there! Back then, you knew an event was important if a big beer or tobacco company had the naming rights and oh baby, was Labatt ever a big deal.

Pair it with nerd glasses, an out-of-control pandemic neckbeard and some stone wash denim so that everyone knows just how frickin' cool you are. Can you think of anything that delivers a higher level of hipster irony than sipping on a limited-edition hand-crafted local microbrew while wearing a sweatshirt with LABATT plastered on the front? Next level stuff, my friend.

Or if you're over 40 and have no idea what the hell I'm talking about, just wear it to your first post-pandemic bonspiel. Either way, this just may be the best thing you ever use to cover your nipples.

Get it before it's gone. Or don't. I'm not your father.

Just, whatever you do, don't spill any damn Molson on it.
 

JohnAAG

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Lockdown means going through the backlog and channeling the spirit of @noob in 89 and his brilliant B&S listings of yesteryear on our local classifieds.
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FYI, the Brier is our men's national curling championship up here.

Description:

Holy frickin smokes! What a beauty! The '91 Labatt Brier was held right here in the Hammer at Copps Coliseum (back when it it was actually called Copps) and this sweatshirt was there! Back then, you knew an event was important if a big beer or tobacco company had the naming rights and oh baby, was Labatt ever a big deal.

Pair it with nerd glasses, an out-of-control pandemic neckbeard and some stone wash denim so that everyone knows just how frickin' cool you are. Can you think of anything that delivers a higher level of hipster irony than sipping on a limited-edition hand-crafted local microbrew while wearing a sweatshirt with LABATT plastered on the front? Next level stuff, my friend.

Or if you're over 40 and have no idea what the hell I'm talking about, just wear it to your first post-pandemic bonspiel. Either way, this just may be the best thing you ever use to cover your nipples.

Get it before it's gone. Or don't. I'm not your father.

Just, whatever you do, don't spill any damn Molson on it.
"Russ, can you please stop moving your broom?"
 

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Geez, been a bit. 11 days since last post, so I better do something to keep it rolling: this is all from the local GW in the past few days . . . They have taken to rolling out new racks and just leaving them there, so I go in every day, hit those racks, and leave. It's not like some of you have reported elsewhere, with racks being stormed by flippers. No-one here seems to GAF, so I guess they're letting us cherry-pick the racks so they have less to put out. Works for me . . .

Armani Jeans chore coat
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Awesome minty vintage furry thang. Full fur/faux fur interior. Love these. My size too. But will I ever wear it? Nah, not likely, unless I'm forced to attend a wintry funeral . . .
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Paul Stuart tux. Sold a tux the other day. Pretty surprised.
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Don't normally kop Eddie Bauer, but these cowhide jackets flip well, and quickly.
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Cardinal of Canada for HSM heavy tweed.
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Unexciting Dries Van Noten.
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Pendelton waffle full-zip and Pendelton reversible Shetland wool/fleece
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Vintage Woolrich 4-patch vest with metal replica Austrian 1/4 Florin buttons, @HansderHund Let me know if you want me to send this your way, lol . . .
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Fugly as sin Zegna plaque-strap loafers. These are slow to move, but wtf . . .
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Incotex twill and Orvia moleskin
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Vintage 90s Coca-cola, metal branded buttons
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RL D&S
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Peruzzi glove leather for the girls
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And sure, I'll kop this any day: NWT Sterlingwear for LL Bean pea coat.
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That's my meager offering for now. Heading for CA Thursday, out one day and back the next, but hopefully some good hunting there in the Petri dish . . .
 
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