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Discussion in 'Hats' started by Rundquist, May 4, 2004.
Stunning! I can't wait for my turn to come up! Very nice hat sir.
how did you know, you taste it? [huh]
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I changed the bow on this one:
Had a spare 30's Barbisio ribbon laying around and thought it worked well. Thoughts?
Garrett, I think it's perfect!
I know where you bought that one from, Garrett, American Vintage. Good deal for $40.
Yeah, they have good prices on on some things and are only a mile away from my apt.
Very nice ribbon work; it looks perfect!
John Penman did the ribbon work. I just supplied the ribbon.
Indeed! that's good to know.
Of this one in particular or your skill in general of finding cool old lids?
Is jealousy a thought or an emotion?
How does admiration fall in here?
:arated: Beautiful felt finish too! :eusa_clap :eusa_clap :eusa_clap :eusa_clap :eusa_clap
Was over visiting a friend in his garage when I noticed this in the dust and when I pulled it out he said "keep it"
the tag in the liner reads 1975 Stokes Scarborough, Ontario. It has an unreeded leather sweat that fits me perfectly and whatever emblem had been double pinned at the front appears long gone...
It is filthy and I am going to spend some time working on it and figuring it's history if this is possible but I think it's great
Velour from KNUDSEN hat Co., in San Francisco, Ca., I bought it, with other cord, too used and change, very smooth hat.
Stetson Gun Club Porky Pie
Stetson 4x, I acquired it much years ago, is nice hat.lol lol lol
Nice lid :eusa_clap :eusa_clap :eusa_clap
Just before I checked this link I had chosen my Mahoney, Dobbs' version of the gun club, to wear today.
Very nice Garrett; the silk finish is great.