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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.
Getting ready for a day trip with my lovely wife. The Cavanaugh got the call today.
Great to see you back in action. Love the hat! That brim sweep in the front looks awesome.
That San Antonio rocks. Of the few western hats I own
My wornout San Antonio is one of my favorites. Very comfortable.
Looks great on you Tim! Glad to hear you're feeling better.
Love that hat. The bash and pinch are perfect. That Pendleton jacket is exceptional. Great job as always
Trying to work in a visit to the Lounge while Norah naps nicely under this Royal DeLuxe Stetson.
Done! I did it!! Who says men can’t multi-task?!?
Nice Twenty!!! Dig the western shaping! Great condition. My second favorite of your hats...
Very nice! I’m sure everyone here has, but I’ve never seen a Cavanagh with an onion skin liner tip.
Penney’s Marathon for today.
Meeska, Mooska, Musketeer.
Ha ha - Perfect !!
Hard to beat a Cavanagh Hector !!
It is sunny in these days and cold, but above all there is the Carnival
Today, in the Verona heart of the town, the great parade of masks and a great popular participation
I have met people, friends and acquaintances whom I haven't seen for years, but Bacchanal has the power to mix all social classes
Before and after the parade this Borsalino kept me company. During the parade to avoid confetti and various other carnival issues coming from below and from above I wore a Harry's Tweed cap
This Borsalino came as new. It has a very thin and soft felt, very malleable
Have a nice day, mine was a mixture of fun and memories.
Thanks for the likes and compliments for the hats you showed everyday!
Glad you are feeling better Tim. Beautiful hat!
It was a good call Hector.. good call
Peschel Dinkelsbühl "Norma" possibly mid to later 1950s. Another question -> What is unique about this Homburg Hat?
Peschel Dinkelsbühl Hat Holder