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Discussion in 'Hats' started by Rundquist, May 4, 2004.
It’s a problem I don’t need to worry about.
That is beautiful Daniele
That’s a freakin gem
Well glad to see the lounge back up and running. Gave me a bit of withdrawals last 24 hours. LOL
Dobbs Twenty in beautiful blue c/o @jlee562
So…. WHO else among us hit refresh on this page more than 10 times in the last 24 hours
As per usual, that Borsalino is just about perfect, but the crown height and the color of the Dobbs is just fantastic!
Sure. Except that the size isn't large enough.
If you got it cheap enough I'd cut off the brim and make a duplex. Either that or curl the brim and give it a safari look. But I would leave the crown shape as it is.
Who does that? I have the perfect specimen for that and not sure who to send it to. Gannon would be nice.
You can call Mike Gannon and ask.
I have yet to pull the pin but Mike @NorthWest makes a nice duplex and I am so tempted.
I’ve never seen a Gannon straw. I think your best bet is Mike at Northwest or David Gibson at VS…haven’t heard from David in almost two years.
Ok, thanks fellas
An interesting combination of details, for certain.
St. Veit (Sankt Veit), 58 cm, Wool Felt, possibly early 1930s. There isn't a company mark but the paper label has a Sheep with a St. Veit Banner. Sankt Veit an der Glan Schafrasse is a small town in the South East corner of Austria and I couldn't find any Felt Hat production in the town. My guess is this is the source of the Wool used for the Felt. The Stiff Felt Hat was sold by a shop (Ludovikus Hagens Wwe) in a small town (Lustenau, Vorarlberg) in the upper North West corner of Austria. The Wool Felt has a nice finish and is in very good condition. The Stiff Felt has great looking Silver Gray Liner with a sharp looking Bow design.
Ludovikus Hagens Wwe (Wwe = Widow of)
Handwriting on the Sweatband which I will have to take a closer look at.
Sheep With St. Veit (Sankt Veit an der Glan Schafrasse) Banner
Ludovikus Hagens Wwe (Lustenau, Vorarlberg) was located in the front of this house. Photo from 1908.
Ludwig "Ludovikus" Hagen passed away in 1929.
Ludwig "Ludovikus" Hagen wife 1. Sophie (Wwe, Widow) was owner of the shop when the Stiff Felt was sold.
That liner is beautiful
Thanks! I agree. I have a similar one. For your viewing pleasure.
J. Hückel´s Söhne "Flexible"