This was made in the early-mid 1940s, with a patriotic shield in one corner and a four door sedan (Lasalle? Packard? It’s abstracted enough that it’s hard to tell) in the other. The initials BDC are in the center. It measures 1-3/4″ across and best fits a 3/4″ belt.
This cap was made in the 1950s. It is a lightweight novelty print, with scenes of turn of the century automobiles, motorists and ads. It has a leather sweatband. The liner is marked ” Gold Medal Award – Exclusively For Good Dressers”. The cap has a one piece top construction. There is a stain on the top.
These vintage gauntlets were made are “Granate” Protektor sold by Wilson Brothers. They are mitten style, with Wilson branded snaps. They are in incredible condition, still soft and supple. Perfect for motoring or motorcycle riding. I’ve attached an ad from 1910 for similar models from the same company. Size 9.