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    Show Us Vintage GERMAN Suits

    I think it was briefly in fashion around 1935. I have a fresco belt back (not a dinner jacket) from the time with only one button. It's Swedish. I've seen it in Swedish catalogs as well. To answer the earlier question regarding button holes on both sides of coats, I don't see it as too...
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    Show Us Vintage GERMAN Suits

    Of course you may! The cut is great, worthy of copying for sure.
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    Show Us Vintage GERMAN Suits

    Strange but image posting seems to have gotten a bit wierd lately. Edited my post and linked to the whole album. There you can see the other suit as well, what do you think of it? I also shouldn't buy much more. But I still do! Who can pass these up?
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    Show Us Vintage GERMAN Suits

    Got myself two rare suits today! Pre war three pieces. These are both probably Swedish. I usually talk about our tailoring here in Sweden, Germany, etc. as the most exquisite kind. Now this one is something else! But still interesting. It is unlined in heavy khaki fabric. Trousers do not look...
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    Show Us Vintage GERMAN Suits

    Size? Interested. (As long as it can be let back down to its original lenght)
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    Show Us Vintage GERMAN Suits

    Thanks everyone! I may have some more suits for this thread that I also may contribute with. We don't have enough european clothing here! I have a beltback somewhere that I could post. I just need to change its buttons. Thank you and yes, the cloth is typical for these suits. Basically this is...
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    Show Us Vintage GERMAN Suits

    My latest suit could be an addition to this thread, since it is my favourite thread after all. It's a very standard, typical Swedish workhorse marengo three piece. I am very fond if the sleeve pitch here. It has all the nice features such as bunny ears, velvet lined vest watch pocket, vest inner...
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    FS: 1910-20s NOS Dinner jacket with tags!

    Bump, open to offers.
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    Size 36 CC41 blue odd waistcoat

    Last bump!
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    Size 36 CC41 blue odd waistcoat

    Bump, give me an offer!
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    FS: (large size) 1910s or early 20s green/gray tweed overcoat.

    Bump! No one? I am surprised
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    FS: Late 40s American stereotypical gangster suit. Light grey, striped size 36.

    Sorry, I absolutely missed your question. Shipping internationally is 30 USD.
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    Suits - Pre 1920

    It is with 99% certainty made in the northern part of Sweden, they were part of a collection of clothes that belonged to the people who once lived on some farm up there. Are you happy with it, dost?
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    FS: rare 1930s Burberry tweed raglan

    Weekend bump
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    FS: rare 1930s Burberry tweed raglan

    Thanks! The coat sold for 220 on eBay. Too bad I have not worn it even once. Bumping!
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