19 items found from eBay international sellers

  • Vintage 40s 50s Shoes PeepToe Green Rockabilly Pinup NOS VLV Chunky WW2

    Color: Green. Shoes are still strong and very wearable. Maker: to faded to read. Soles have marking and wear. Wear on heels. Condition: The insoles are crunchy. Overall wear and color and finish is rubbing off.
    £24.53
    From United States
    £6.75 postage
    Look: Military/LandgirlBrand: UnbrandedMaterial: Leather
  • 1940’s Snakeskin Shoes Train Case True Vintage

    The shoes are authentic snakeskin and leather, although the case is so snake skin. The case does have a mirror on the inside of the train case, and the key is included. I have tried to show pictures both with and without a flash to show the color variation.
    £48.30
    From United States
    £6.75 postage
    Look: Military/Landgirl
    or Best Offer
    Brand: UnbrandedStyle: Heels
  • Vintage Red Leather Salvatore Ferragamo Bow Low Heel Peeptoe 8 AAA Italy Mad Men

    Size is handwritten on the inside, 8AAA. Made in Italy. Heel height, 2”. Local Pickup is FREE.
    £68.23
    From United States
    £7.63 postage
    Look: Military/Landgirl
    or Best Offer
    Brand: Salvatore FerragamoMaterial: Leather
  • VTG WW2 1940s Shoes 5.5 Black Silk Leather/Silver Peep Toe Sling Back Platforms

    Leather accents, and high heels with leather soles. Heel:3 1/2”.
    £33.50
    From United States
    £5.56 postage
    Look: Military/Landgirl
    or Best Offer
    Material: LeatherStyle: Heels
  • Vintage WWII 1940's Red Cross Silk Label Ladies Shoes Granny Shoes

    They have a wonderful design of little holes in wavy deco designs in black leather. They are marked size 8 AA and have 2 1/4” thick heels. There are a few scratches but they look terrific. The soles are in good wearable condition.
    £22.99
    From United States
    £6.71 postage
    Look: Military/Landgirl
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    Brand: Red Cross ShoesMaterial: Leather
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