This item sold on November 24, 2013.
These are exceptional quality ankle boots from the mid 1930s with tiny stitching and superb finishing. The only issue is that the black dye rubs off from the suede. These are not suitable for wearing, they are museum worthy and should be admired only. Soles are unworn, black glazed kid uppers with the doeskin suede. No maker's name - they came with provenance of having been the work of an English hand shoemaker, and he made them for exhibition use. They are a smaller size and are being sold as is.
- Listed on Aug 15, 2013
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