Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, Dec 23, 2012.
Ok so are any SF'ers who run a museum and have a Sulka robe in circa size 40 to swap for this?
No museum, but you can send it this way and AS SOON as I pick up one in size 40, it's yours.
I'd swap it for a nice pair of brown shoes in size 10UK or a very nice summer weight jacket in Size 40R'ish!
Hi. I am looking for one of these? Where can I find one and how much should I expect to pay? Thanks.
I found one. But then I lost it. Can someone tell me where I left it?
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(Sorry, just trying to be funny. Which of the items above did you think you were asking about, EJ?)
Sometimes I just can't stop myself from picking things up.
I know Palm Beach doesn't get a lot of love, but I thought this beauty from 1958 was pretty swell:
Also, this beautiful no-name polo coat from the 60's/70's:
Feel free to delete this post if it doesn't fit the overall vibe of the thread.
Picked this up for $5 at an estate sale this morning. Old Kampfe Bros. "Star" safety razor and travel kit. Based on a bit of googling I'm guessing the early part of the last century.
Box is pretty thrashed, brush is a bit thin, and the wedge blades are dull, but I put a single-edge blade in the razor and shaved with it tonight no problem. I don't dare to use the styptic pen, though, eww hundred-year-old germs.
^^ as a fan of old razors, I think that's pretty cool.
Southwick SC from the 1970's
^ That is badassery.
Some 1969 and 1971 bespoke action from Norton & Sons.....
Arthur Adler: Another great trad store ( in DC) that is no longer around.
So much great stuff, everything on this page is wonderful!
Dated 1949 Davies & Son Bespoke Sport Coat, the fabric was ethereal. It has long since gone to a loving home.
Picked up this vintage Brioni for under $100 on the bay. Looks very 70's, especially the pants. Do you guys think I can wear it around without the pants without being too dated? Thanks.
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