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Discussion in 'Hats' started by M Hatman, Nov 20, 2017.
1921 finds Stetson LOWERING prices by an average of 25%......
Only looked at page one so far but this is great. Thanks Hatman.
Circa 1930 blotter......
1938...."Step out with a Stetson Hat"!!!!!! Blotter........
Love these old Miller catalogs.Thanks for posting these Hatman.
Thanks! I keep trying to get things posted. I have made a dent, but still have a lot more to go......and I am still buying of course....
I remember seeing the Tully's ads on Omaha TV in the 60's. They were around for a long time selling suits as well.
The Open Road is now the best selling western hat!
I have seen these around, I have to look at each one as I love the images.......I think they are from an ad campaign from the 70's or 80's.......... what is the provanonce with yours Jack?
I know I see new ones on ebay all the time. Still look at them
Not mine yet. Trying to get it though. Supposed to be an original from the 1970's. I was going to ask you how common they are & if they have ever been reproduced?
I see the origionals around, BUT, there are many reproductions offered, even in differant sizes (you select the size you want)......so hard to say. I will say with the new ones in the mix....I would much rather look at one in person.....MUCH easier to determine that way!
So....I have shied away from the internet and ebay ones. I have seen the real deal in antique malls though.......not too common.....but not rare either......
Hope that helps........
Framed, it's 3' x 4'2". It supposedly hung in a store.
Could be the real deal......and anything framed will be expensive.....if for nothing else, just the framing. Is there any identification on the back of the frame?
With all I said about caution....there are reputable experienced dealers out there....
AND often they will let you call and actually talk to them......
There would be a couple more pcs involved so I don't want to say too much. Thanks for the help!
So many great old model hats in the Stockman catalogs. Love seeing these.
I love the Nebraska connection here. After the Senator died her Cherry County ranch was donated to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and now serves as a historical park, as well as a working ranch. Great photo!
Very easy to believe. Just go to your local sale barn in ranch country and start counting.
Circa 1950......retailer counter/display heavy stock cardboard stand-up cards.....each is 5 1/2 by 7 inches.
1960 and we see Stetson.....???SHIRTS???
Well, the ad DOES mention the shirt goes wth the "Acapulco Straw" hat......the begining of the end...