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He must work for Levi’s, as he’s clearly ripping those illegal arcs off.

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My meager collection.


Left to right:

Samurai S0511XX
Evisu EDG2000TH001 (Petero 18oz)
Unbranded 221
APC NS
Samurai S0500XX (either Lot 8 or Lot 10, I forget, and the patch is too faded to tell)
Eternal 883

not pictured: N&F Skinny guy in Dirty Fade selvedge. Thrifted in almost-new condition, but have never been impressed by the fabric nor fit, so they stay in my dresser mostly.

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Posted (edited)

Counting only denim jeans and overalls, discounting denim tailored trousers and shorts, and not including same overalls in other fabrics (wabash etc.)
 

FW Lot 601XX 1951 x3 

FW Lot 601XX 1947 Lot 1 

FW Lot 601XX 1947 Lot 2

FW Lot 601XX 1943 

FW Lot 601XX 1939 

FW Lot 663 white 

FW Lot 663 wash 

FW Lot 661ZXX

FW Brakeman Overalls 

FW Steamroller (early ‘heavyweight’ denim)

FW Steamroller (re-design in ‘lightweight’ denim)

FW Locomotive Engineer Overalls

FW Gold Miner Overalls

FW U.S.N. Work Trousers

FW Steeler

FW Derrickman Overalls

FW Longshoreman Overalls

Bootleggers Reunion Lot 601XX 1947

Bootleggers Reunion Lot 601XX 1947 Special

Bootleggers Reunion Lot 601XX 1951


... plus FW Type I and Type II, and Bootleggers Lot 213 jackets - and Locomotive Engineer, Painted Desert and Jesse shirts (again excluding tailoring, chore coats and the like)

 

 

 

Edited by Duke Mantee

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wow... FW fan ... looks great that collection

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Posted (edited)

@vIGGiou riou - there doesn’t seem to be many FW denim owners here

Edited by Duke Mantee

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@edmond what's your collection looking like these days?

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I’ll POSrep this at Easter when the page has finished loading :laugh2:

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The Boncoura selvedge has always been one of my favorites. Wish the XX cut was a little less tapered though. I’m also surprised sufu let me post that many photos in one post. 

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Also I realized that I missed photographing two pairs (that’s aren’t Roy or OA): Denimba GBG001 contest jeans and Joe McCoy 991 that I’m selling. 

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@Broark nice line up... all your jeans included, what is your 1, 2, 3?

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@MJF9 pshew, tough call. Probably: 1) OA 1702XX contest jeans, 2) Roy Test Lot, 3) a tie between OA cinch back 01, OA DB01 and Roy RS04. Warehouse would be right behind Roy and OA. Kind of like picking your favorite kid. :D

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Update time:

Ande Whall Buffalo SR10 (grey)

Ande Whall Buffalo SR11

Ande Whall Buffalo SR14

Ande Whall Buffalo solid black

Edwin ED69 (shorts)

Edwin Waynesville x2 (1 pair of shorts)

Full Count 1101 x2

Full Count 0105XX

Full Count 0105SFS

Lee - Buddy Lee denim trousers

LVC 1944 (555)

LVC 1955 x2

LVC 1966

LVC 1976 x2

Levi's Japan 503 BSXX

Momotaro 0901

Studio D'artisan SD-101 x2

Studio D'artisan SD-001

Sugar Cane Hawaii 40401N

Sugar Cane Okinawa 40301N

Sugar Cane slack denim 40601N

Warehouse Warren x2

Warehouse 1001XX (15th anniversary)

Warehouse 415

Wrangler 10MW 64

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Gutted, I think about it every day. And at night, when I’m unable to sleep, in fact, that’s probably why I can’t sleep...

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20200315_084923

Dubbleworks dw0010    Warehouse DD1003xx 

Conners 46     conners ww2 

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Posted (edited)

Here is seven staring at me. I think about twenty more behind.

left to right 

Hanger1 - TFH RJB Corlection

hanger2 - SDA X-s36, SEDB Natural Indigo

hanger3 - SDA 40th Anniversary Cherry Blossom

hanger4 - WHR 1901, KMW

hanger5 - SDA DM004
 

then the denim curtain is parted to reveal....

more denim.

 

and then, four in a drawer.

 

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Edited by ShootThePier

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^ Impressing collection!!!!!

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On 3/10/2020 at 3:47 PM, Maynard Friedman said:

Update time:

Ande Whall Buffalo SR10 (grey)

Ande Whall Buffalo SR11

Ande Whall Buffalo SR14

Ande Whall Buffalo solid black

Edwin ED69 (shorts)

Edwin Waynesville x2 (1 pair of shorts)

Full Count 1101 x2

Full Count 0105XX

Full Count 0105SFS

Lee - Buddy Lee denim trousers

LVC 1944 (555)

LVC 1955 x2

LVC 1966

LVC 1976 x2

Levi's Japan 503 BSXX

Momotaro 0901

Studio D'artisan SD-101 x2

Studio D'artisan SD-001

Sugar Cane Hawaii 40401N

Sugar Cane Okinawa 40301N

Sugar Cane slack denim 40601N

Warehouse Warren x2

Warehouse 1001XX (15th anniversary)

Warehouse 415

Wrangler 10MW 64

Wow Impressing little raw denim museum listed here!!!

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Right then... in reverse chronological order of purchase...

At Last Lot 147
Canes M41001
Mister Freedom (indigo chinos)
At Last Lot 162
Ooe x Bandanna Almanac
TCB 20s
Samurai 710
ONI 527
Self Edge x Dry Bones SEXDB19
Roy SF01
Ande Whall Caribou
Denim Demon hair on hide
LVC 33s
Levi’s Red
Evisu (model unknown)

Some double hanging going on... more hooks needed...

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Posted (edited)

Y'mean a photo of them all together?

You might have to wait for that old chum, half of them are in a drawer at work, the other half are on top of our wardrobe, some in zip-lock bags.

I very rarely go to work in the car and if i took my work jeans home then i would have to get them back again...on the bike.

Edited by Double 0 Soul

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Well ... a list would do , bet there is a few secret pairs you haven't mentioned before 

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Posted (edited)

Looking back through this thread, l seem to have trashed my last updated list.

Anyway, looking back through the Lvc thread, l know l have less than half of what l originally owned, so that puts a smile on my face. Here's what l currently have, some are regular wearers, some hardly get worn  and a few are a bit too snug (atm but hopefully not forever)

 

Lvc 1963 551ZXX (555) from 1996

Lvc 1955 501XX (555) from 1996

Lvc 1955 501XX (554) from 2003

Lvc 1880 XX waist overall  from 2007

Lvc 1944 S501XX from 2010

Conners sewing factory M-41 s409xxx 

Conners sewing factory M-44 (WW2) s409xxx

Conners sewing factory M-47 s409xxx 

SC47's with arcs 

Freewheelers/Bootleggers 1947 601xx

Freewheelers 1947 601xx

Freewheelers 1951 601xx

Lee Japan 1930 101 lee cowboy (x2)

Roy originals from 2010 

Bartack 1955's (old Japanese model from 1994)

 

And the following raw/bnwot, NOS/DS -

Lvc 1929 201 (555) from 2000

Lvc 1937 501XX (643M) from 2003

*Levis 501 redlines from 1978

(*I do have quite a few original pieces also which l will put up in the vintage denim thread when l have time)

 

And as others have mentioned...

Denim (repro) jackets - 

 

Lee Japan 1934 101J cowboy jacket 

Lvc Triple pleated blouse

Conners sewing factory s406xxx WW2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edited by Dr_Heech
To add new pair

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Quite the list mate 

Looking forward to the vintage thread post ;)

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36 minutes ago, Flash said:

Quite the list mate 

Looking forward to the vintage thread post ;)

Yeah should really get off my arse and download one of those app thingy's :unsure:

 

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