Sos dating shoes

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  1. Giuseppe

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    No markings underneath. The first ones have a sticker that says 1940s but i do not agree too much because of the machine printed serial number on the strap. A big thank you to anyone who is willing to help!
     
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  3. Giuseppe

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    Sorry, i am in a shoe galore right now and wanted to optimize this post!
     
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  6. Giuseppe

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    IMG_3338.JPG IMG_3339.JPG IMG_3340.JPG The first one. I doubt it' s from the 40s as it is labelled. Shouldn' t be the markings man written if it was from the 40s?
     
  7. bycinbyhand

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    Not necessarily should they be hand written... Personally, I think these are early 50s, judging by the heel.
     
  8. Giuseppe

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    IMG_3343.JPG IMG_3344.JPG Andrew Geller, hand written markings. To me these are late 50s to early 60s.
     
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  9. Giuseppe

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    IMG_3346.JPG IMG_3345.JPG D' Agata Milano.
     
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  12. Giuseppe

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    IMG_3341.JPG IMG_3342.JPG Hand made in england.
     
  13. bycinbyhand

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  14. Giuseppe

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    I do agree. I' ve been confused by doing my researches on internet and a LOT of Andrew Geller shoes with this mark were labelled 50s... can' t wait for my books to arrive and always open to new suggestions!!
     
  15. Giuseppe

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    I have to get back to you because i don' t have the shoe with me right now. I can tell you that there are no markings on any of these shoes, like " real leather" or vero cuoio symbols.
     
  16. bycinbyhand

    bycinbyhand Trade Member

    Yes. A LOT may have been but I would disagree on this one. IF it's cusper, it's on the 60s side of the cusp.
     
  17. bycinbyhand

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    Yes... if that's stamped the sole, it is early 80s at the earliest, my feeling.
     
  18. Giuseppe

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    IMG_3347.JPG IMG_3348.JPG IMG_3349.JPG The only shoe i have all the pictures of, right now
     
  19. Giuseppe

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    I had no doubts too on this one, 60s. Even the fabric used screams 60s. But then i let the internet get the best of me and that' s when the doubt was born hahahaha! By the way, THANK YOU Cinthia.
     
  20. bycinbyhand

    bycinbyhand Trade Member

    Boy, I would think early 90s on those... they are great!

    I have no experience with the brand though, just going by styles of the time and the construction as I can see from here.
     

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