This vintage cap was made in the 1940s by Maler and sold by Desmond’s of Southern California. The body is wool, with a seal brown visor and strap. It is a size 7-1/8.
This vintage cap was made in the 1930s by Personality Caps. It is a great blue and white tweed, with an eight panel cut and leather sweatband. It measures a size 7-1/4
This vintage cap was made in the 1940s-1950s. It is made of heavyweight black corduroy, with tie-top earflaps, internal earflaps and a chamois lining. These were popular for hunting and as workwear. It is a size 7-1/4.
This vintage cap was made in the 1920s – early 1930s and is marked “Extra Quality”. It is made of heavy mackinaw wool, with a one piece, eight pleat design, herringbone and fur lined earflaps and a snap brim. This type of cap is typical of fall/winter workwear caps of that era, and it is rare to find one in this large size and in wearable condition.
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 work cap was made in England in the 1950s or 1960s. It is made of blue cotton, and is unlined. The original tag is still on and reads 57, which is equivalent to a UK 7 or a US 7-1/8
This vintage canvas hunting cap was made in the 1930s. This one has seen some heavy use, with fading to the canvas. It has internal earflaps, and a back brim which can flip down to protect your neck in the rain.
Brim Width: 2-1/2″ front, 2-1/4″ back