We’ve been away for too long, but now we’re back!
The new location for Kingpin’s Hideaway has been opened and is getting lots of notice!
Opening Launch Party for Kingpin’s Hideaway
The The Hogtown Rake wrote about our Grand Opening Launch Party and also listed the shop in their post on Men’s vintage clothing in Toronto!
I Am Dandy portrait of Jonathan Hagey by Rose Callahan
We also made it into the covetous Dandy Portraits blog by Rose Callahan and also her I Am Dandy book signing in Toronto at the elegant men’s shoe store Lodings Shoe Store.
The Queenpin and Kingpin at the I am Dandy book party
And there’s more, but let’s save it for the next post. I promise it will be sooner than this last one – much sooner!
Loaded up and ready to move to 71 Duncan Street
That’s right! Kingpin’s Hideaway is moving from the current Mercer Street location to a larger space at Queen Street West and Duncan Street in the heart of Toronto! The new location will be opening in the last weeks of February, first weeks of March at:
71 Duncan Street, Toronto, Ontario M5V 1Z4.
Stay tuned for updates!
The Kingpin will be swinging the gavel at the upcoming Hookerson Blough auctions hosted by Mrs. Huizenga, a vintage lifestyle store at 28 Roncesvalles in Toronto, Canada.
Kingpin swings gavel at Hookerson Blough vintage auction
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Recent Hookerson Blough Vintage Auction Poster Hosted by Mrs. Huizenga in Toronto
The dates for the upcoming auctions are February 20th, March 2nd and March 20th, 2014.
The Elegant Lady Welcomes You to Kingpin’s Hideaway – The Vintage Gentlemens Haven in Toronto
The Elegant Lady is looking to reward dapper gents for their first trip to Kingpin’s Hideaway. You may spot her approaching well-dressed gentlemen in downtown Toronto along King Street near John Street, or along Peter Street near Wellington.
The Elegant Lady from Kingpin’s Hideaway is Looking for a Few Dapper Men
Rewards for the lucky few: a personal invitation to visit the Hideaway with their own introduction card.
Will you be one of them?
The Elegant Lady from Kingpin’s Hideaway Looks Forward to Rewarding You for Your Style
Edwardian Sterling Silver Pill Watch Fob Case
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This item is an Edwardian sterling silver pill-box / fob / locket made in Birmingham, England in 1916. The silver hallmarks are clean and easy to read. They show the company Crisford & Norris made the item. This is just the kind of pill-box that would be found in Downton Abbey.