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drmaxtejeda

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A Stetson I wore a bunch of yesterdays ago
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The Shoe

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Pre-Stingymas day five.
Following yesterday’s bowler with another one that came to me from Stefan. This jet black Tirard Ragondia (nutria) has a deceptively small 5cm brim.
I planned to get a decent photo when I got home from work. Unfortunately, I forgot, so the photos were taken after I got changed into my home wear.
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Daniele Tanto

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Thank you all for your likes.
Today it's the turn of a hat made in the Sixties or Seventies like the others shown these days
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They are the children of Italian hat making in great peril due to the decreasing quantities of pieces sold and above all by a decline in popularity among the new generations
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Borsalino, like Barbisio, Panizza and others tried in every way to attract the attention of buyers.
They did it by "renewing" the models.
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Modern G.B. Borsalino fu Lazzaro size 6 or 7 3/8 USA or 59 centimeters in EU
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The color of the felt is "Nocciola - Hazelnut" with a slight variation of the ribbon which is slightly less yellow
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Exquisitely finished with plum-red lining it was a high class hat. The price in Italian Lire 176,000 proves it.
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Like others of this series it has come down to the present day without being worn
A nice Monday for everyone
 
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Of course! That is what you get for living way up north. A bunch of sensible Vikings made it all the way south to the Mediterranean.
Stop rubbing it in, Max :)
We like it that way; that's why all the northern countries are filled with happy people!

I’m a sucker for the felted edge so the Cavanagh wins by a nose. The ribbon work on the Tirard Grand Raid is something else too! Love it.
Thanks, Brent. That ribbon is very different indeed.

I'm with Brent on the Tirard, Stefan @steur

Love it too, and it's my pick by a longish nose :)
Thank you, Steve.
 
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Entertaining game that was more open than I thought it would be. Clinical finishing was the difference between the squads. Congrats!

And in honor of the Netherlands advancing, a Staalmeester from and for Stefan:
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Thanks, Jonathan. Looking at their other games I thought team USA would do better than they did against the Dutch to be honest. The defense didn't look good but there it is. The Staalmeester does look good with a nice bit of sunshine.

A Stetson I wore a bunch of yesterdays ago View attachment 470228
You haven't changed a bit, Max. You only have more hats to wear!

Pre-Stingymas day five.
Following yesterday’s bowler with another one that came to me from Stefan. This jet black Tirard Ragondia (nutria) has a deceptively small 5cm brim.
I planned to get a decent photo when I got home from work. Unfortunately, I forgot, so the photos were taken after I got changed into my home wear. View attachment 470243 View attachment 470244 View attachment 470245 View attachment 470246
Looks as good as the bowler, gary. I really like how black it is; absorbs light.
Beautiful hat, Perry. Great shape and colour.
 
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Thanks, Jonathan. Looking at their other games I thought team USA would do better than they did against the Dutch to be honest. The defense didn't look good but there it is. The Staalmeester does look good with a nice bit of sunshine.


You haven't changed a bit, Max. You only have more hats to wear!


Looks as good as the bowler, gary. I really like how black it is; absorbs light.

Beautiful hat, Perry. Great shape and colour.
Thanks Stefan.
 

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