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Thread: Deadstock Edwardian and 1930s footwear (some in original boxes)

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    Deadstock Edwardian and 1930s footwear (some in original boxes)

    http://www.vintagevixen.com/store/pc/Shoes-c489.htm
    http://www.vintagevixen.com/store/pc...-498p41256.htm
    http://www.vintagevixen.com/store/pc...-489p40159.htm

    A fantastic selection of deadstock shoes and boots, some with the original boxes. But mostly in smaller sizes.
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    one day i'll find a pair of brown teens-1920s boots in my size....one day.

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    this is the boot of my dreams, and has been for many years:


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    Quote Originally Posted by herringbonekid View Post
    this is the boot of my dreams, and has been for many years:

    Stunning last shape

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie View Post
    Stunning last shape
    it is indeed. modern boots never go for the concave curve up the back of the ankle. why they don't even attempt it, i'll never know, but they don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by herringbonekid View Post
    it is indeed. modern boots never go for the concave curve up the back of the ankle. why they don't even attempt it, i'll never know, but they don't.
    The (poor quality) stacy adams boots, now out of production, have this. It is a shame that they are made from such bad leather.

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    Red Wings do, but they are something totally different.

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    ... not that i'm saying that shape is the only good thing about the last shape above by the way - far from it, the whole thing is beautiful. sigh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by herringbonekid View Post
    ... not that i'm saying that shape is the only good thing about the last shape above by the way - far from it, the whole thing is beautiful. sigh.
    If only I had thousands of pounds to spend on shoes. Sigh indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qirrel View Post
    If only I had thousands of pounds to spend on shoes. Sigh indeed.
    i remember asking in Foster and Sons around 2004 how much a pair of bespoke shoes was and they said 1500. now they've gone up to 2300. boots are 4000.
    bespoke shoe prices are simply nuts.

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