Fine looking hat, BrentStetson Twenty Five with a three cord western ribbon. The crown is 5 1/2” open and the brim is 2 5/8” wide. Those are more fedora than western dimensions. The felt is fantastic and truly does easily dry crease and mold like clay.
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Rich's Store For Men was the Men's Department of Rich's Department Store, which was an Atlanta store dating back to the late 1800's. Their main store was downtown and had branch stores around the Atlanta area.Still not in my size, but too nice to not bring home.
5 1/2” open crown and 2 3/4” brim. I’m thinking early 1960s, but it has wonderful felt.
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I failed to mention it, but of course the rebuilt Stetson Twenty Five would originally have had a liner with the same gold roundel as the other 2 hats shown here
I did find this tag in the rebuilt Stetson Twenty FiveYes, were I to examine your hats right now, I'd guess that first rebuild is from the late 50s/early 60s.
Are there any reorder tags behind the sweatbands? Those could probably give us more information than the liners, etc.