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Identify this Schott perfecto

bizrkartendiankirt

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Hello Guys,



I bought a Schott perfecto from Ebay, but dont know which model this exactly is and how old it is.

Is this a good schott? the leather is not so heavy in my opinon, and it is a little too small for me :(
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Aloysius

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Late 60s through 70s, based on the label and miter buckle.

In the 80s they switched to a sort of flat top/bottom and rounded sides buckle, then in the 90s to a square buckle like the old detachable belt models had.
 

Aloysius

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Actually based on the motorcycle on the label, I’m going to place this at late 70s to perhaps very early 80s, early enough that the old buckle was in use.
 

Aloysius

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We don’t really do the whole “legit check????” “how much is this worth????” flipper thing here lol, but this is nothing rare in any case.

Just search eBay for Schott Perfecto.
 

jeo

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Hello Guys,



I bought a Schott perfecto from Ebay, but dont know which model this exactly is and how old it is.

Is this a good schott? the leather is not so heavy in my opinon, and it is a little too small for me :(
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Style 618. That’s an 8 that’s been faded. (There’s the number 5 in the top right to compare) but you can also tell instantly as the 615 has a different back and no belt.

Made between 1986 and 1992. Because of the buckle I’d say late 80’s and not early 90’s.

The ticket was introduced 1986. In 1993 they switched to a 10 digit code with the 5th digit marking the year.

As for price these go for anywhere between $100-$300 depending on who you’re selling it to. You won’t get much for it here if you’re looking to flip it for a profit.
 

bizrkartendiankirt

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Style 618. That’s an 8 that’s been faded. (There’s the number 5 in the top right to compare) but you can also tell instantly as the 615 has a different back and no belt.

Made between 1986 and 1992. Because of the buckle I’d say late 80’s and not early 90’s.

The ticket was introduced 1986. In 1993 they switched to a 10 digit code with the 5th digit marking the year.

As for price these go for anywhere between $100-$300 depending on who you’re selling it to. You won’t get much for it here if you’re looking to flip it for a profit.
Thank you. In reddit someone told me, it is a 118 from 80s
 

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