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Discussion in 'Hats' started by DanielJones, May 18, 2007.
Dobbs Hanley Hall 1947
Dobbs Hanley Hall 1948
Dobbs Hanley Hall 1949
Dobbs Hanley Hall 1951
Dobbs Tahoe 1951
Dobbs Hanley Hall 1952
Wow.. an actual fur formula on that ad
I like some of the cheeky ad copy
Yeah, but it's harvested from squirrels, so...
The “Muskrat” was the biggest eyebrow raiser to me. 50% Coney (rabbit) probably not a surprise… Langenberg at one point was bragging on some of their hats as pure “imported” Coney
Dobbs Tahoe 1972
The coney looks so sweet and lovable…. The Nutria looks quite pissed!
Lol, maybe he knows what's coming.
i wonder what period that covers and if it was used across the entire line (I doubt it). A huge thanks to Dave @DaveProc for so many valuable adverts and adding to our knowledge.
I suspect being a store ad that info may have been passed on by a sales rep to an inquisitive store owner/manager who insisted on knowing the whole process. Now weather he was just BSing is anyone’s guess. And then again that entire scenario I just kinda made up in my own head… so….
Muskrat and Coney are still far better than North American Wharf Rat.