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How Far Back Can We Go? (The shoe game)

Discussion in 'PUBLIC Vintage Chatter - Anything and everything' started by Patentleathershoes, Aug 6, 2004.

  1. vintspiration

    vintspiration Alumni

    Those 20's brocade pumps look like new! So do those teens ones!! And the boots are to die for as well!

    Jonathan is going to be crying that we did a shoe game while he was away... hehehe!!
  2. WELL - he may have some real oldies that we will still be lookin for when he comes back. i am confident that someone else has the 1890s though if not the 1880s. of course, not me, though.
  3. crinolinegirl

    crinolinegirl Alumni

    Heehee! I've shoes for most of the 19th century but don't want to hog all the eras :P Although I'm certain that Jonathan can go back way earlier than me! Plus I want to see what everyone else has in their collection ;)

  4. fuzzylizzie

    fuzzylizzie Alumni

    I spotted the 20s shoes with 3 minutes left in the auction. I would never have looked, except the seller had a gallery picture. I clicked on the auction, and sure enough, they were clearly 20s, not 50s. I put in a last minute bid and got them. The condition is wonderful. They might have been worn 2 or 3 times.

  5. crinolinegirl

    crinolinegirl Alumni

    OK, some 1890's shoes to get things rolling ;)
    <img src="http://www.corsetsandcrinolines.com/timelinepix/1890/fuschiashoes1.jpg">

  6. marlyandmorry

    marlyandmorry Registered Guest

    Shoot!!!! If we were allowed to go at it again, I have all sorts and can pretty do each and every year. But then I get stumped at 1930 and earlier, that's when it comes to a grinding halt!

  7. Jonathan

    Jonathan VFG Member

    WEll! THE NOIVE!!!

    When the cat's away eh?

    Of course I should probably be disqualified from playing anyway... just go to the shoe history link -- everything in there is mine...
  8. crinolinegirl

    crinolinegirl Alumni

    >just go to the shoe history link -- everything in there is mine...

    Lucky duck, I'm green with envy! :P
  9. the board was dead as a doornail when this all started and i was trying to stir some lurkers out : )

    i know, Jonathan, we are all dripping with jealousy at your collection : )
  10. crinolinegirl

    crinolinegirl Alumni

    My size 10 strappy boots which Jonathan dated at mid-late 1880's. Nice huh?

    <img src="http://www.corsetsandcrinolines.com/example/boots/strappyboots2.jpg">

    C'mon now guys let's see some shoes! ;)

  11. ellenm

    ellenm Registered Guest

    No contribution from me, just a note to say Wow! I love this thread. What an education.
  12. vintspiration

    vintspiration Alumni

    DROOL!! Those are awesome Lei!!

    WHY am I thinking the Wicked Witch of the West (East?) - the one who Dorothy dropped the house on?? hehehe!

    Seriously, those are great. I would love to see even more but we're getting into those decades of only serious collectors - so sorry my stuff ends at the 1960's!
  13. nsweezie

    nsweezie Registered Guest

    Love this thread! Maybe we could start another one for clothing, perhaps break it down into gowns, suits etc. I'm really getting an education.

  14. crinolinegirl

    crinolinegirl Alumni

    Ok, me again :D

    A pair of early 1870's white sateen button up boots with milk glass buttons. I have a book from the Royal Ontario Museum showing an identical styled pair, same heels and rolled scalloped tops but in kidskin which were worn to a wedding in 1872.

    <img src="http://www.corsetsandcrinolines.com/timelinepix/1870/1870buttonboots2.jpg">

    1860's anyone?? Or will I be forced to show off my side lacing boots? :P

  15. crinolinegirl

    crinolinegirl Alumni

    Good Idea Louise, I like these threads as you get a peek into everyone's collections!

  16. okay....1860s anyone?

    (just a bump)
  17. Or will I be forced to show off my side lacing boots?

    consider yourself forced hee hee
  18. fuzzylizzie

    fuzzylizzie Alumni

    Yeah, I want to see them too!

  19. crinolinegirl

    crinolinegirl Alumni

    Ok, here they are :P:

    <img src="http://www.corsetsandcrinolines.com/example/lovelyshoes5.jpg">

    I found this site: http://www.rebeccasreproductions.com/vicshoeswm.htm (at the bottom of the page)
    which actually sells a similar reproduction pair! Neat huh?

  20. oohh!! very cool!!!

    Is that as far back we can go guys...are we stumped?

    1850s anybody???

    So we need to skip a decade?

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