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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.
Thank you, Charlie!
Thanks, Fabio. You rock that Stetson bowler by the way.
Thanks, Michael. With that Borsalino LEO you're wearing the feeling is mutual.
When you check in on the FL Stefan, you sure check in in style. An envious weeks worth of hats there my friend.
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Yes, very nice bluish hues.
My only 7X CB Stetson. I got it cheap because of some moth damage and the SB was in poor shape. Thanks to @Rockwater I corrected most of the moth damage with a needle. I replaced the SB so the collector value is diminished, but I don't care. I hope I can find another sometime.
I like that a lot Brent. Love the wide curled brim. Actually I love it!
It would make me happy. Looks great.
I'm always impressed with your hats Stefan. Outstanding.
Love it. Damn I would like to find one of those.
I played Alto Sax in High School (Class of 77). I picked one up a couple years ago and it was bad. I have lost my lip.
Thanks, Scott. Kind of you to say so. Much appreciated!
Very, VERY nice palm, Perry. Guatemalan coffee is my favorite!
The light, the lids, the love!! Your painting with light of late is lovely, Michael.
Your chair is similar to a “birthing chair” my folks brought back from Spain in the late 1970s. We’ve never tried it.
Thanks Scott. Your rehabbed 7X came out quite nice.
What did you play, Bill? I was a bari sax and clarinet man. Got to play with Mel Torme, Lew Tabackin, and Frank Rosolino in high school. Jazz educator conventions in Wichita and Chicago, and the Seattle opera house a couple times.
That is sweet, Terry. I won't ask any questions until I go to the coral.
Well, yes I will ;-)!
Was the Borsa welted before? I've ripped, then ironed one welt out. Ermatinger's book made me think I could develop the skills of a hatter. Apparently welted hats hadn't taken off in 1910. He never mentions them. They have go bye-bye for any full reblock, don't they?