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Only if the buyer had electrician skills...
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Sansome -- the jeans you posted are Roebucks from Sears
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Originally posted by Bob Dale Bob Dale wrote:

Sansome -- the jeans you posted are Roebucks from Sears


Thanks B- I sold them at my booth for $40
They only lasted for a day, those small sizes don’t last long.
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Thrifted a week ago, a friend of mine is twisting my arm trying to get this off me,
for now im keeping.


gdt by bottleswest, on Flickr


gdt1 by bottleswest, on Flickr


I was in a hurry when I found this, I thought it looked like a odd T, I didnt see the back of the shirt until
I pulled from a bag the following day.
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Not specifically clothing related and it needs a little work , but i snagged this Mac Book Pro for alittle over 15$ today. It is easily the most braggable item I feel ive thrifted since wellll before the pandemic.
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Bob I've bought two older iPads while thrifting, but this is quite the find!
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I've managed to score this western shirt for 13$. Not very familiar with this brand, but the fit is great, and I love the feel of the fabric. The condition seems to be impeccable.



















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Looks like rayon gabardine to me. A lot of vintage (30s/40s/50s) western wear was made of that fabric. High quality!
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Killer score! Miller's are the first snap western shirts. Being from Denver we find them out in the wild pickin' from time to time. Yours is probably 50s / 60s based on the design / collar size. I think the founder of Rockmount Western Shirts (Jacke Weil) worked at Miller in the 40s / 50s. Great American history. Congrats!
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Super cool! Not at all thrift brag - got two Joe McCoy western shirts (moleskin fabric) and want some real vintage ones that aren't Real Mccoy pricing :)
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