I received a rather nice suit from a relative but I am unsure of its exact origins. I thought someone might recognize the codes on the inside label and be able to tell me who made it, its vintage, etc. It was purchased at Kilgore Trout in Cleveland and has their tag sewn inside along with a "mark of the world's best 100% wool etc" tag. It is a navy worsted with very thin alternating red and purple pinstripes, 2 button, fused chest, unfused lapels, ventless with two buttons on each cuff (regular fixed type). The trousers have three reverse pleats (which look good, actually). The tag inside the right jacket pocket reads: Lot 33114 Model MR30S2 P9 Cust K28000 DIV 03 UOMO MODA CUST,C Size 40R W33 BTN 3923 BUN 31 TRACK 440224 I have heard of a brand of clothing called "Uomo Moda" but there are also a couple of brands that use that name for a line of their clothing including Zegna, and it came on a Zegna hanger. However, all the Zegna clothing I've seen (though admittedly little) has had Zegna written all over the inside of it, in the waistband, etc., so I doubt it is Zegna. The other pocket has a tag with care instructions in English but with primarily Celcius temperatures specified. Thanks for any help you can offer.