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It was made by the Clearwater Hat Company and is no longer offered. The liner is a reproduction of a period correct liner from the 1865 era.
European rabbit fur and beaver blend.
This fur felt hat is a reproduction, made to look like the original Cow Boy hat created by Stetson. It was referred to as a 4x4, because it has a...
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Not the wide brimmed hat that Hollywood depicts Wyatt Earp wearing in all the westerns, but a flat top Bowler...
The authentic Wyatt Earp hat (1881 Tombstone days) reproduction.
I appreciate all the positive comments boys!
Thanks Renault, hatsRme and Bamaboots, it's always good to get feedback from the Western fans.
Thanks my Texas friend. Here's the photo from the 1890 Ward's catalog the hatter worked from. It's the hat in the upper left corner.
Thanks Mach1, I feel at home in these duds.
Bowlerman, What does Mike call that style?
Nice combination, it works well blending those together with the darker brown band.
1890 Montgomery Ward "Planter" hat; a historically correct reproduction from Great Plains Hat Company.
Borsalino Alessandria, reshaped after being thoroughly soaked in a heavy rain and left to dry out. I like it even better now.
A beautiful hat, Mike Moore does good work!
Nice hat collection TJ, very impressive work.
TJ, that's a great looking hat and you wear it well.
I agree with Joao, the ribbon looks best on that hat.
I also just purchased a Borsalino Alessandria today. I like their style.