It's well known as the Indy hat, but its story goes beyond just Indy. I think everybody knows the story of how Ford and Spielberg walked into the HJ shop in London to get a hat for the character, and how the staff at HJ recomended the Poet, because it was their oldest hat model still in production, except for the topper and bowler. HJ sais that the Poet is made since the end of the 19th century (1890's), and that made me think of this: in John Glasworthy's "Forsyte Saga-The Man of Property" the bohemian architect Bossiney is introduced to the conservative Forsyte family, and family members are shocked because Bossiney was wearing a soft felt hat, as opposed to top hats and bowlers worn by gentlemen. Could Bossiney's hat have been a HJ Poet? I think yes, since it was made in the 1890's, and the name "Poet" goes well together with a character such as Bossiney.