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  1. steur

    steur I'll Lock Up

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    Thanks, Steve. They certainly did. A bit odd that it was in his collection, but it is a later one and it could be he had lost his hair and could wear a smaller size. It is a lovely little hat. If I force it I can wear it, but the sweat already has two small tears, so I'm not going to stretch it.
     
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  2. steur

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    Thanks again, Steve. A pleasant surprise indeed that one. Haven't seen one of their hats before, but I'm quite taken by its shape and especially by how light it is. Takes some cork for me to wear it though.

    Thanks, Georg. The felt certainly points in that direction. The Cocisca model is not very Alpine looking though: the crown is fairly straight without much taper and the brim is wider than common for Alpine hats. Whatever the intention: I like it!
     
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  3. Pellie

    Pellie One of the Regulars

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    Great hats Stefan!! Are you going to sell the ones that doesn't fit you?
     
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  4. steur

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    Thanks, Marcel. That's the idea, yes. The Patterson and Stetson can go. Still on the fence about the Joshua Turner: I really like that one and I can wear it with a cork spacer, but it's not something I like to do. Need to think about that one.
     
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  5. Steve1857

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    I picked this one up yesterday. Same MO as with the Borsalino Daino earlier in the summer. Got off the train, exchanged money for the hat, got back on the same train again all in less than a minute. It was like something out of a John le Carré novel

    Anyway, Panizza Super. Short brim, wide ribbon, nice dense felt. A bit on the small side at a straight 57, but I expected that with an Italian hat. A few hours on the hat jack and it's almost there.

    The liner is sewn in. The paper label is difficult to take a photo of. Apart from some production numbers it says Ruzeno. My searches reveal nothing as to the meaning of this word.

    Nice Panizza, nothing particularly special, but I like it.[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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  6. steur

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    Looks good, Steve. Panizza is a difficult brand. There are some great hats and there some stinkers among them.
     
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  7. Hat and Rehat

    Hat and Rehat One Too Many

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    I picked up another Biltmore today.

    It looks like it probably took an arrow back in the day.[​IMG]

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  8. Hat and Rehat

    Hat and Rehat One Too Many

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    C'mon!
    It's for parts. I'm not that far gone!
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  9. Hat and Rehat

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    The sweat is in great shape. It feels like it's been waxed on the rough side.

    Goodwill sells a lot of their hat's on eBay, but some, mostly 2nd string at best, slip down the food chain.
    This was at the "Outlet World" clearance store. $1.29 a pound and it weighs 8 oz..

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  10. Pellie

    Pellie One of the Regulars

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    Purchased this 2 Borsalino's from Daniele Tanto. I'm very pleased with it.
    Lovely hats. IMG_20190910_201857.jpg IMG_20190910_201913.jpg IMG_20190910_201822.jpg IMG_20190910_201929.jpg IMG_20190910_201944.jpg
     
  11. steur

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  12. Steve1857

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  13. Pellie

    Pellie One of the Regulars

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    Thank you guys!
     
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  14. Daniele Tanto

    Daniele Tanto Call Me a Cab

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    Thank you for your kind words.
    I always try to do my best and I hope...... to continue:)
     
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  15. Rmccamey

    Rmccamey One Too Many

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    Simple is simply the best, Part II.

    New to me Dobbs Cross Country. Unlined, shallow teardrop crease, no pinch, super light weight, brown on brown. I would compare the felt to my 50's OR and Strat, it is really amazing and so light I hardly know I have it on.

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  16. Steve1857

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    Simple but effective, Randy. That looks like a really nice Dobbs. Who would have thought a no pinch Fedora would work. Just goes to show, we all need to broaden our horizons. Cudos.

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  17. Rmccamey

    Rmccamey One Too Many

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    Thank you, Steve. It is a nice one.


     
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  18. Tukwila

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    I've had my eye out for a Dobbs Cross Country for some time now. Blue would be nice, Dear St. Nick.
     
  19. Rmccamey

    Rmccamey One Too Many

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    Once upon a time, in a closet far, far away, lived a beautiful princess named ONE HUNDRED. Handsome prince RANDY discovered her and freed her from the turmoil of darkness. To enhance her elegance, Squire Rick, also known as the PHOENIX, was consulted by the good prince. The decision was made to put the princess in the hands of ART the FAWCETTmaster to make her radiant beyond compare. The master worked his magic and gave the princess curls and a crown fit for a (Mc)QUEEN. Even TOM HORN was impressed with her beauty. From that day on, the prince and princess, now king and queen, lived happily ever after in holy hatrimony!

    Then:
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    Now:

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  20. deadlyhandsome

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    VERY nice, Randy! It started out pretty great, but you and Art took it to a new level. Such a great style to it, and I like how the curl not only looks good it also took up some of that generous brim.


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