Show us your TIES

Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Veronica Parra, Sep 22, 2005.

  1. dh66

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    Outstanding choice!

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  2. Short Balding Guy

    Short Balding Guy I'll Lock Up

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    Thanks sir. The lily pad tie seemed appropriate for the Spring occasion. My pics do not showcase the tie as well. I guess I will nee to find an occasion to wear it again. ;) Sweet!

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  4. dh66

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    Oh Man!! Stained or not...that one is a catch! Congratulations on the find!

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    Ha ha, yes, it hooked me. And then it turned out to be half price to boot. I think I'll give it a white gas bath the next time I clean a hat. The stains seem like oily stuff maybe so that should come out.

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  6. Short Balding Guy

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    Selecting a tie from these for this evening.

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  7. Short Balding Guy

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    This afternoon.

    “ The spring is sprung. The grass is rize. They say the birdy is on the wing. That is absurd. The wing is on the birdy. (Anonymous child’s poem.)

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    Vintage 40's brocade tie.

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  9. The Necktie Guy

    The Necktie Guy Familiar Face

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    Hello! Didn't forget about you guys! :D
    A lot has happened (mostly positive things) since the last time I posted, but I finished high school earlier this week!
    While I was gone, I've acquired a TON of ties. A lot of 90's-2000's era ties, but also a couple from the 50's-60's.
    Here's one of them:

    1940's?
    Navy Blue Patterned Tie
    Botany Worsted Mills
    100% Wool

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  10. Slim pickin’s lately...

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    Nothing compared to these beauties that @dh66 gifted me. Thanks Dale!

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  11. dh66

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    Nice finds, Bob, and you're welcome. Happy very belated birthday.

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  12. The Necktie Guy

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    Happy June, everyone!
    These ties look like they could be cousins, despite being from different eras and brands.

    Left: (Early?) 1950's
    Croydon Cravat
    Blue Jacquard Tie With Printed Pattern
    All Silk

    Right: 1990's-2000's
    Robert Talbott Studio
    Red Jacquard Tie With Printed Pattern
    Imported Silk, Hand Sewn
    Made in USA

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  13. YoungTieCollector

    YoungTieCollector New in Town

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    I'm back! Here's one for ya'll.. Went out Goodwill hunting and found this interesting gem.. (Also found what I think is a 40's Wembley tie) It's labeled "Seydel-Wooley Co. Atlanta." Now, all I can find out about this company, is essentially, they are a textile/chemical company that came to be in 1924 (from 1907-1923, they were know as Seydel Chemicals) and still exist to this day. But, I for the life of me, can't find a single shred of info about their neckties, nor a single listing for one on sale on Ebay, Poshmark, Etsy, etc. Heck, a simple Google search, turns up zero pictures of any sort of necktie, made by this company.

    Judging by the sewn in label, feel of the material(which is VERY thin)/construction, I think by the looks of things (Correct me if i'm wrong) it's from the 1930's or 40's. For being as old as I think it to be (and living its life in Goodwill),it's in incredibly great shape, save for two loose threads on the backside of it and some staining on the inside silk lining (as you see in image #3)

    I'll be surprised if anyone can shed some light on this tie. Please excuse the poor cell phone pictures! This is one out of my collection that spans 100 plus ties. (Yes, I have too many ties!)
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  14. Western anyone?

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  15. dh66

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    YES!!!

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    Nice selection for slim picken's. Those are some real jewels you got from Dale. Spent my boyhood hunting pheasant over a pointer.

    Michael
     
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  18. dh66

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    That Pilgrim with the jumping sailfish is as top shelf as they come, Michael!

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    Thanks Dale. It's a fun one to wear, and seems to be one of my few olive sort of colored ones.

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    Michael
     
  20. Yamahana

    Yamahana One of the Regulars

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    Vintage tie holder / color coordinate chart
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