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I have recently started frequenting antique shops and have found that they are excellent places to source cufflinks and other accessories.I have so far picked up:14 pairs of cufflinks,3 sets of shirt studs (2 MOP,1 onyx),1 set of collar studs,1 watch chain (gold),and 2 tie tacks (MOP).I find that antique/vintage accessories are far nicer than modern.Does anyone else do this?
 

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I was in San Antonio about a month ago and picked up a great fedora(?) in an antique shop as well as a Gilette safety razor.
 

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I was in San Antonio about a month ago and picked up a great fedora(?) in an antique shop as well as a Gilette safety razor.
I got my Gilette in an antique shop too (I'm not sure what model it is).I would love to be able to get a hat at an antique place (I see silk top hats every now and again),but as I wear a size 8 hat (if you ever want stress,try finding a fedora or homburg in that size),I'm pretty much up a river without a paddle.
 

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I got my Gilette in an antique shop too (I'm not sure what model it is).I would love to be able to get a hat at an antique place (I see silk top hats every now and again),but as I wear a size 8 hat (if you ever want stress,try finding a fedora or homburg in that size),I'm pretty much up a river without a paddle.
Goodness - I wear a 7 5/8 and have difficulty.
 
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