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Fahrenheit531 
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Neither. Panaracer Pasela PT. They're on all my 27" bikes and they're awesome; I wouldn't even consider anything else for myself. PT = Protection Technology, i.e., puncture resistance. The tires themselves are light, fast, and long-lasting. And the skinwalls are *perfect* on a vintage bike.
...they're not overly pricey, either.

EDIT: Full disclosure: I haven't used the Schwalbe tires and have no personal experience with them. Continentals, I've only ridden in 700x23 and cannot speak to the ride on the wider versions.
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