- Jan 17, 2017
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You've certainly come to the right place! If you'll post some pics, people can look at them and give you indicators based on soles, patterns, footbeds, and model numbers to help date them as best as possible.So, I have a question for you gentlemen: How do you date vintage shoes? Specifically, how would I go about finding out how old my Hanover LB Sheppherd cordovans are? I know they must predate 1995, as that is when the company went out of business, but how can I be sure when they were made besides that? Where would I find out if they are 80s, 70s, 60s, etc?