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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AlanC, Jun 21, 2007.
Thank you bAm!
It's nice to see your great conversions again Terry. Glad to hear your Mom is OK. That generation has plenty of gumption.
Yes. Hate to admit it. I am. I also hate to admit this...
I actually liked them.
a fairly early OR accompanying me to a few antique shops to search for "gems" ...
I'd put this one in the very early 50s and it is made of the felt that we all dream of in a sort of muted sage green that is quite difficult to photograph accurately ... let's hope it brings me some hunting luck
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Looks great! Better on you than me, that's for sure!
You look so good, buddy! I love the hat AND the suit!
Struttin' the good stuff, Red!
She's a beauty!!!
Yesterday, Silvermist Gannon
Today, late 50s, early 60s Stetson 25 OR.
Sent directly from my mind to yours.
If there ever could be a lucky hat, this one fits the bill in spades. Awsome.
Love that, missed it yesterday.
Funny you you mentioned that. I was thinking the same thing, using an obscure reference to Picasso's blue period, which for many is his best but most melancholy epoch. I love that blue transitional period in his oeuvre he had a vulnerability that was lost in his latter work. Glad you got it though.
Stunning, Jim, you are da man!
Thanks Doug, it is turning out to be hotter than expected today, but I have to wear my Whippet to dinner, getting itchy for felt weather.
Nice hat and boots.
Good looking hat!