Toys McCoys shop!

Discussion in 'Reproduction manufacturers' started by johnwayne, Apr 5, 2017.

  1. johnwayne

    johnwayne Active Member

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    Don't recall anyone else mentioning such or if this is correct section to post but was in London' Covent Garden yesterday and stumbled across TM's shop in Henrietta Street. Unfortunately I was pushed for time so didn't venture in but window display had some nice tee's, a Buco style m/c jacket, satin tour jacket (modern repro's all the rage now with teenage girls apparently) and inside I could see a nice looking A2. One thing I also noticed was no prices on display and that to me says, expensive! Only a short walk from American Classics and various other vintage shops so I will go back and check it out fully.
    Cheers
    Wayne
     
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  2. colekwok

    colekwok Active Member

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    I think that is the 'Real' McCoy's store, not Toy...... And yes, they are expensive.

    And there is a Nigel Cabourn shop right across the road as well, same league.....
     
  3. Cobblers161

    Cobblers161 Well-Known Member

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    Don't step over the threshold it is too tempting once inside.

    I made the mistake of doing so and came out with an N-1. Be Warned!!!
     
  4. ausreenactor

    ausreenactor Well-Known Member

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    Nigel Cabourn? Never heard of her...
     
  5. MikeyB-17

    MikeyB-17 Well-Known Member

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    It was £75 for a USN watch cap when I was in there a year ago. Leather baker boy cap £175. I shudder to think what the B-7 on the wall would have cost!
     

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