These vintage shoes were made in the 1960s. They are marked Ritchie DeLuxe and Genesco. They are a cap toe winklepicker design, with extremely pointed toes and a cuban heel. They have leather soles and nailed heels. The heel lining on the right shoe is a bit loose, and there is a small punch through the leather in that shoe, both visible in the shot showing the text inside the shoe. They are stamped a size 8D on the footbed. From the amount of wear on these, I’d say they were tried on once or twice, but never actually worn, as even all the text on the sole is legible. The sole measures 12″ heel to toe, and 4″ at the widest part.
These vintage captoes were made by one of Canada’s best shoemakers, Dacks, and were at the top of their production line, their “Bespoke Quality”. Truly remarkable shoes, which have acquired a gorgeous patina.
These vintage Jarman shoes are deadstock. Really great swoopy pointed toe. Three eyelet. Moc Toe. Georgeous soles. Box is in bad shape and is missing the lid. ”Curtis” model. Inside heel leather with model and brand name has come unglued- a two minute fix. Never been worn, doesn’t look like they’ve ever been tried on. Size: 12 E
These vintage bucks were made in the 1930s by Edgerton. They have Goodyear Zipper heels and leather soles. They are in really nice shape. Extremely fine buck, classic styling, and minimal wear. Size 7.