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Three Vintage 60's NOS Slim Wool Houndstooth Plaid and Square Knit Ties - Great Patterns Made in USA

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by Coal_Mining_Polak, Mar 26, 2012.

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    Hello Gentlemen,

    Only the skinny square knit is available!


    Up for sale are 3 wonderful New Old Stock Vintage 60's ties. Classic cooler-weather staples in great patterns, all made in the USA! The Plaid and square knit have tags and the houndstooth is new without tags. Price is for EACH tie and includes shipping CONUS.

    First is a SOLD SOLD SOLD wonderful multi-colored houndstooth. Slim 3" width and slightly shorter 55" scale. 100% Wool.

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    Next is a SOLD SOLD SOLD great charcoal windowpane fleck - Slim 3" width and slightly shorter 55.5" scale. 100% Wool.

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    Finally is a green/gray multi-stripe square-end knit. Unfinished square edge - skinny 2" width and shorter 53" scale. Untagged content - feels like a lightweight wool or wool blend. Handmade by Churchill in Kentucky.

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    Send me a message if you would like more pictures or measurements!


    Thanks!
     
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