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Happy to see that one found a good home. Sorry for the condition, but it's an unusual 7X and older than most.
Very nice... I think your dating is spot on.
Many thanks... and that is a pretty great old Vita-Felt Royal you are showing today.
Transitional. Era unknown, but likely a Hat Corporation of America product from the 1940s.
Wearing today a small ring, unmarked, with a turquoise stone from the #8 mine in Eureka County, Nevada.
BTW, I have a similar hat, a little later example, in select quality. I like to think of these as upbrim soft hats rather than homburgs, but I'm...
A real beauty... with the old Silverwoods imprint too. Great to see,
A couple of tourist-era works at my right hand today.
indeed, what I was talking about though I’m not sure bifurcated is the right term. Sure sounds good rolling off the tongue though... ;^)
Yes, marked Dinkelsbühl on the liner crest.
Creative save... nice!
Stunning piece of turquoise.
My best milan and one of my favorite straw hats... out for a last shpatzir before it rotates to its cool weather home.
A panoply of perfection from the past several days Eric... but that Kensington and the gray Playboy!
When Al Feldstein died (2014, I think) I read a comment he had shared on the perennial discussion of which were the best years for MAD magazine....
Here is an old yeddo boater that I purchased many years ago. It was too inexpensive to pass up though I couldn't wear it... until I slowly coaxed...
<smile> I vote yea on that one. Cheers back at you, Eric.
An antique Isleta Pueblo necklace + antique hat. Makes me feel like a young'un.
A dressy straw with similar sewn plait construction to the rolled brim Dobbs posted the other day, but this one is stiff as a ...boater. From a...
That's a real gem Garrett. I know there is not much summer wear in this thread, but I love this hat so and it's dressy (I wore it to my daughter's...