Well, I’m trying to sell off a good chunk of my collection of hats, because I’m running out of storage space fast and I’ve decided (out of necessity) to go for quality instead of quantity. I’ll be listing them here for those who can appreciate a good hat when they see one and who know how to take care of it. Some I let go (most in fact) because the fit just isn’t exactly right (you wouldn’t believe how many cork spacers came out of this pile of hats), or because I have a better hat which is more or less the same, because the hat just doesn’t work for me or just because I bought it to move it along in the first place. I’ll be listing them by size. Because I’m a size 7 (American) myself, most of the hats will be in the 7 and 7 1/8 range. I will say something about fit and size for a hat when necessary. Needless to say: these are vintage hats: what you see is what you get. Postage is not included in the price. To the US postage will be $25 (it’ll cost me more, but we’re all loungers here). Buy more at the same time and save on shipping. Heck, buy all of them and let’s make a deal. PM me if you’re interested, for questions or if you want to see more pictures of the individual hats (or all of these). These will not be on sale on Ebay; it's an Fedora Lounge exclusive kind of thing. Be patient: I'll be posting 50 hats in total. Last of the size 7 1/4 and some larger hats now. 47. Joseph Wilson&Sons Homburg in heather grey. English. Lined. Brim at 5,5cm and crown 10,5cm at the pinch. Some light chafing to the brim binding. Unique piece. $120 48. Woodrow&Sons Fedora in grey. English. Unlined. Bound brim at 6,5cm and crown 11cm at the pinch. Some very shallow mothing on the felt and some light wear on the ribbon. Superb hat. $75 SIZE 7 3/8 (59 European) 49. Mayser (Echter Mayser) Fedora in black. German. Lined. Raw edge brim at a hair under 6cm and crown 11,5cm at the pinch. $60 SIZE 7 1/2 (60 European) 50. Lock&Co Fedora in brown. English. Lined (liner replaced). Overwelt brim at 5,5cm and crown 10cm at the pinch. $60 Well, that's it. 50 hats (51 actually; I cheated a little). Do you need a bag for these?