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I see what you did there :)
But you're right, they're inexpensive especially from Everything Australian, though there might be a wait of a few...
The title says it, pretty much!
Looking for an Akubra Campdraft in black, size US 7 5/8 or UK 61.
Just for a visual reference, here's a shot of Toht.
Checking around quickly it seems that the Akubra Campdraft is a close match, having...
A couple years ago the band I play in invaded Belching Beaver in San Diego, we had played all day at the San Diego Highland Games. We marched in...
You guys are confirming my impression that it just didn't look period-correct to have all those factory-pressed fedoras.
People have posted a...
Funny you should post that, Jack! Because perhaps my favourite drink is the so-called Black & Blue or Eclipse
The citrus of the Blue Moon...
About Lugers, recall that they sold an American Luger model in the USA. It had an American Eagle engraved on it (the Great Seal of the United...
Yes! I do wonder how many songs in musicals are sung while wearing a pith helmet...or an entire Boer War uniform, for that matter.
In any case, my badged helmet and decorated tunic are based on this fellow's
What a great collection! Hard to tell their exact shapes, but I think I see one of the so-called Colonial Pattern helmets, a Wolseley, a WWII...
Here's mine, no chinstrap holes, just the vent-holes. I bought it used on Ebay, which might be why it doesn't have those holes.
I work at Disneyland. I see people from all over the world, and often the people of Oz can be spotted wearing their Akubras.
So a few months ago...
maybe the most ridiculous hat actually worn by the military
Maybe it's a generational thing, I'm a "child of the sixties".
I already at the hat and the tunic from the kilt outfit I posted, which I was...
The quite inexpensive sun helmets that are widely available are often the "real thing" being made, just like they were 150 years ago, from plant...
So there would be plenty of bonnets about the house! And noise. (Just kidding, I'm a piper too.)
The Scottish bonnet-making firm of Robert Mackie...
Not a "song" but a tune, the bagpipe dance tune called The Piper's Bonnet
Also by The Corries with their big drums an entirely different song All The Blue Bonnets Are Over The Border
Interesting that so many songs mention Stetsons by name.
Anyhow I'm going to go Scottish on you all, with the Scottish songs that have "bonnet"...
I'll play along...here's my still life with hat