Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, Dec 23, 2012.
Hello: Chester was my Great Grandfather. Any interest in selling the pants?
The person who posted them may not have seen your question. Try "quoting" the original post with the pants so that the poster will be notified. What was the number of the post with the pants?
Dartmouth class of '56 Reunion blazer--likely for the 10 Year Reunion judging by the date range of the Union label inside.
Beautiful forest green, 3/2 sack with lovely narrow lapels, canvassed, everything. Lovely condition.
Thanks for the assist, @futuremyth !
Sport suits in its time
That´s a really nice green color.
Was wondering if someone could point me in the direction of the following hat? Orslow seems to be the only "known" retailer to make them but I'm sure many Japanese repro brands have put them out. Further research suggests that I'm looking at an M-37 hat and I'm hoping to find one of them at a reasonable price if possible. Any help is much appreciated!
One of the coolest things I've thrifted: ca. 1912 smoking jacket made of double-faced wool with silk frogging.
Lacoste (Robert George Crocodile) 1920s Reproduction Suit
Not oxfords. Derbies or Bluchers because of open lacing.
Otherwise great find.
Someone I know is selling nine or ten of these starting with 1915. For around $100.00 a peace. Too expensive for me.
Looks like a "Denim Bucket Hat" worn by Jimmie Walker in the 70's sitcom "Good Times".
I think Levis made it.
I think I opened a time vault. I can't find any iformation about these, other than a few newspaper ads from the 60s. The soles are just a little scuffed, and the heels (including the v cleats) look absolutely untouched. Wow! Anybody know any more about these?
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