I like the unusual color of the liner on this one, along with its graphics. 1960s hats were good for that. It’s also unusual to see stingy brims like this with a bound brim- usually you saw welts. This one has the most characters I’ve ever seen stamped on the sweatband.
This hat, from the 1950s or 1960s, is a cheap wool felt. The welted brim edge is something you see on fedoras, but you just don’t see on nicer westerns. A hat like this needs it for stiffening. It has a horseshoe shaped crease, an imitation leather band and a very thin liner.
This old Frankfurt sold Wegener Florett fedora had extremely elastic, springy felt. It has an early style sweatband with wide embossing and a laced rear seam. The hat is of a casual style with a short brim and crown, and a felt ribbon.