This vintage cowboy hat was made in the 1960s by Resistol and was sold by JC Penney under their house label. It is a 7-3/8 with a 2-7/8″ brim.
This vintage cowboy hat was made in the 1960s and is a Resistol Bronco, originally sold by the Cody Corral of Cody, Wyoming. It has a 2-7/8″ brim.
This vintage cowboy hat was made by Resistol in the 1960s. It has the modest dimensions of a working man’s cowboy hat, with a 3-1/8″ brim.
This vintage cowboy hat was made by Dobbs West and sold in Jackson Hole Wyoming by Ranch Shops. It is a 7-1/2 with a 3″ brim.
This hat was made by Dancer the Hatter, San Antonio, Texas from 100% pure beaver felt. It has a 3-3/8″ brim and a 5-3/4″ crown. It is a size 6-5/8.
This is a rare John B. Stetson Boss of the Plains, made in their No. 1 quality fur felt. Known as the “hat that won the west”, this was a real working cowboy’s style, with a flat, raw edge brim and a short, straight sided crown. This is a relatively late production example of the model, which can be dated between 1933 and 1935 by the NRA Code tag. The brim measures 3-1/16″ and the crown measures 4-3/8″.
This vintage cowboy hat was made in the 1920s by the John B. Stetson Company of Philadelphia, PA from Clear Nutria felt. Interestingly for such a huge western style, it was sold by John S. Harman & Son, Hatters, 87 New Bond Street, London. The felt is amazingly pliable, with a high crown, a curled brim edge and a thin ribbon. The lining is green, and the sweatband is textured brown leather, both bear a very detailed Stetson stamp. The lot no on the back of the sweatband, 5157, helps to date the hat. The brim measures 4-1/4″, the crown measures 6-1/4″.