One of the Regulars
5th hat, Extra Superiore, 2 1/2 inch brim. Opale Caunosca.
Nice looking Gorasgu, Randall.
Gorasgus are always nice to see. Fantastic hats.6th hat, Superiore, 2 5/8 inch brim, Muflone c. Enno? Gorasgu.
Averla is a great colour. Erodispo is actually a model don't seen that often.7th hat, Superiore, 2 5/8 inch brim. Averia or Averla Erodispo.
Beautiful hat, Randall. Gorasgus are as nice as they come.
ANother wonderful example of an American market Borsalino.4th Superiore, no original tag, 2 3/4 brim. Has $20 OPS tag.
Plush or velour Borsalinos bought this year, not counting the 2 minks already shown. Don't know if any have been shown on the Lounge before, but wouldn't surprise me. Each will be shown separately, from left to right, then center front last.
An excellent row of Borsalinos in terms of quality and years of production (50s and 60s)Some more Borsalinos bought this year. Will show each below, left to right, then center front left and right.
Randall the Borsalino is a real gem and the color is fantastic. One of my favourite50s Gorusgu
A label I recognize. Don’t understand anything, but more familiar.
The felt is very thin and light, but holds shapes well. Nice hat! Borsalinos of this vintage….excellent.
Grail hat there—congrats!
Thanks! That's Rome, Georgia. Moved up here in 2016 from Cobb Co., GA, northwest suburbs of Atlanta. Was born in Atlanta way back when, and lived all over the area, plus working and living in other States over the years.An excellent row of Borsalinos in terms of quality and years of production (50s and 60s)
Very oriented in terms of shape and finishes to the US market, but this does not mean that they are a splendid collection.
Mike in Rome...where in Rome?
I think Rome, Georgia and Rome, Italy used to be sister cities, and maybe still are. The dictator Mussolini had a bronze copy of a famous Italian bronze made and sent here to Rome. I think he proclaimed Rome, Georgia the "official" fake Rome!!Mike, I believe in Rome - Lazio - Italia