Opening measures 7-1/2″ by 6-1/4″
This vintage flight helmet was made in the 1920s. It is made of leather, with a two contrast color racing stripes down the middle. It has snap-down tabs to hold your goggles. The snaps are from the United States Fastener Company, with merged with Carr Fastener in 1929 to form United Carr, so the hardware dates from before this merger, helping to date the helmet. It it stamped a size medium, and a style 113. It measures 20″ in circumference.
This vintage cap was made in the late 1950s- mid 1960s. It has a great red, purple and gray midcentury pattern and is tagged a size XL, 7-1/2 – 7-5/8.
This vintage hat was made in the 1920s by the John B. Stetson Company of Philadelphia, PA from clear nutria felt with a “Boss Raw Edge” brim treatment for the Vic Hanny Co. of Phoenix, Arizona. The hat has a 4″ brim, a 1-1/4″ ribbon with a twisted knot and feathered trailing edge. The sweatband is marked LOT 6300, along with Reingold and Getz. There is a tag, which has been taped back together at some point, under the sweatband which reads,”Hat Satisfaction is a part of what you pay for herein buying a hat; there’s no extra charge for it. If you don’t get it bring back the hat; the money is on call. Vic Hanny Co.” The hat has six cattle brands branded into the felt.
This vintage fedora was made in the 1950s. These were produced under a variety of labels, this one bears the name, Twistex. It has a weather proof coating, a burgundy pugaree and a ventilated crown It is a size 7-1/8 and has a 2-3/8″ brim.
This vintage Stetson was made in the mid 1950s. It is marked “Rocking JB” and has the initials of the original owner. It is a size 7-1/4.
This vintage hat was made by Stetson under the Mallory name after their buyout of that brand. Stylistically, it is identical to the Stetson Open Road. It is a size 7, and has a bound brim, narrow ribbon and cattleman blocked crown.