The gentlemen's guide to shoes Part II - A simple infographic about shoes for men. This could come in very handy for all gentlemen out there.

The gentlemen's guide to shoes Part II - A simple infographic about shoes for men. This could come in very handy for all gentlemen out there.

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Men's shoes 18th century - Black leather, square toes, red painted wood stack heels, brass buckles, shoes from "Lederman Collection" purchased early 20th C & exhibited in Europe & USA, 3.5" x 10.25", (leather worn, back of heelsbroken down, ribbon replaced 20th C, paint worn on heels) fair.  Augusta Acutions

Men's shoes 18th century - Black leather, square toes, red painted wood stack heels, brass buckles, shoes from "Lederman Collection" purchased early 20th C & exhibited in Europe & USA, 3.5" x 10.25", (leather worn, back of heelsbroken down, ribbon replaced 20th C, paint worn on heels) fair. Augusta Acutions

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Shoe kit.  Talk about taking good care of your shoes!  This would make a great pre-wedding day gift for the groom.

Shoe kit. Talk about taking good care of your shoes! This would make a great pre-wedding day gift for the groom.

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Third Quarter of the 19th century colonial revival.  "A pair of mid 18th century gentleman's shoes."

Third Quarter of the 19th century colonial revival. "A pair of mid 18th century gentleman's shoes."

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Augusta Auctions, March/April 2005 Vintage Clothing & Textile Auction, Lot 515: Gentleman's Shoes, Tudor Style

Augusta Auctions, March/April 2005 Vintage Clothing & Textile Auction, Lot 515: Gentleman's Shoes, Tudor Style

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A gentleman's shoe. Eighteenth century. "An extraordinary shoe, for a gentleman, with a heel far higher than is commonly found on shoes of this period; it measures full 6 inches in height. ..." In: Royal and historic gloves and shoes (1904) The Mary Ann Beinecke Collection of Decorative Art. http://archive.org/stream/royalhistoricglo1904redf#page/n249/mode/2up

A gentleman's shoe. Eighteenth century. "An extraordinary shoe, for a gentleman, with a heel far higher than is commonly found on shoes of this period; it measures full 6 inches in height. ..." In: Royal and historic gloves and shoes (1904) The Mary Ann Beinecke Collection of Decorative Art. http://archive.org/stream/royalhistoricglo1904redf#page/n249/mode/2up

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