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W Lennon boots are the bees knees, if they were one size up I'd have them. [Same username on VLJ BTW]
More likely he was keen to avoid paying import taxes and or additional shipping costs.
What a sad state of affairs. Looking back through my messages since I re-registered on VLJ I can see we had a few PM exchanges a couple of years...
Well done chaps!
It's me Micawber the good looking one from VLJ ...oh never mind :D
Nine days later they've arrived! Very nice, thank you.
Yes please. I've hit the BIN on Ebay.
As I said on VLJ - nice, very nice!
When I was a gamekeeper I used to get through one Barbour Northumbria per year. The lightweight jackets never lasted long at all.
I believe you are right Mr Johnson. The panelled or Guardsman's back and centre waist seam were very common in both military and civilian wear...
Now you see apart from the pocket placement the second on the left is somewhat like a series of hunt / riding / gamekeeper coats that I've had...
I hope you don't mind me mentioning but as this is an international forum perhaps it might be an idea to mention that you do not ship outside the...
Last batch - all taken on holiday during the 20's, 30's and 40's
A couple of further illustrations from the family album of shirts being worn over jacket collars in England in the '20's.
He sounds like my kind of chap. Take note and perhaps record his stories, his like are getting fewer every day.
The family photos I've posted quite a bit earlier than that ;)
I will need to check but I have a feeling that it is somewhere like Great Yarmouth, Norfolk (UK).
If you cannot obtain acetone then it may be worth experimenting with something like cellulose paint thinners - but test on an out of sight sample...
Indeed, it was de rigueur summer casual for some for several decades:
My grandfather in the early '20's