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Lots to love on that one, Brent. In particular, the wide ribbon and bow treatment.
Wow, Matt! What a pile of hats. How could any boy have been that good? :-)
Wonderful velvet finish, Brent.
Such wonderful waves and flows in that Hufvud, Steven. Only in Scandinavia can you get a reindeer sweatband.
Well, maybe in Canada, too. :-)
I think this modern Wegener Fedora is going to be one of my go to beater hats this winter.
Indeed she did, Robert. Anyone with that much style, taste, and talent does not deserve to be in pain. May your better half be well soon.
Love them all, Stefan. I'm particularly drawn to the wide ribbon on the Borsalino for Bubani. The stitching on the brim of the Farroto Malva is...
The perfect look for that wonderful steam train, sir. Glad to see the trip cheered the missus up a bit. Hope she's feeling better soon.
Congrats on the outfit, Hückel, and the silver medal, Gary.
A wise move getting that extra hat in, Gary :-) Love the plane on the ribbon.
Etsuko's hats look very stylish indeed.
One of the best beaters I've seen, Bob.
Can you please post photos of the case?
You're welcome Faux. Be interesting to find out more info about Long's. Obviously a Manhatten store on 12th Avenue. But were they hats only, or...
The wonderful art nouveau style label suggests pre 1920s, but liner logos were often used long after they were first designed. However, just about...
The perfect debut for a wonderful topper. Congrats.
It certainly could well be 100 year's old or there abouts. Can you post a clearer photo of...
A truly excellent find and wonderful piece of American history. Congrats!
Super catch, Stefan. Really like the liner on it. Thanks for the hat shop photos and history lesson. I love hearing bout such things.
Another great velour, Panos. Stay warm, my friend :-)