This cowboy hat was made, probably in the 1980s for Cowpuncher’s Palace of Decatur, GA. It feels like a hatco product of the time. It is black, heavily stiffened, long nap 7X beaver fur felt, and is a 7-1/8 long oval. The hatband is missing. The hat has a gus / tom mix crease.
Size: 7-1/8 Long Oval
This vintage fedora was made in the USA by Bollman under the name of the famous French hatmaker, Flechet. It is camel colored fur felt with a leather hatband. It has a tapered blocking to the crown and an underwelt brim edge.
These vintage western pants were made by Mesquite Niver Western Wear, Fort Worth, TX. They are electric blue polyester and have a heavy reinforced waistband. They are marked a size 38
Waist: 19″ (doubled = 38″)
This leather jacket was probably made in the 1980s or 1990s, but recalls an earlier 1950s style. It has a D-pocket, with a smaller cigarette pocket. It has snaps on the lapels, but not the collar. Instead of a front belt, it has small adjuster belts in the back, though it does have belt loops. It has zipped sleeves and a yoked back. Relatively lightweight leather, with some staining.