Denim Duster

This vintage coat was custom made in the 1970s, with an elasticized back, a deeply slit back, double buckled cuffs and a snap front.

Chest (pit to pit): 24″ (doubled = 48″)

Shoulder to shoulder: 16-1/2″
Sleeve (shoulder to cuff): 23-3/4″
Length (base of collar to hem): 48-1/2″

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Beaver Fifty Open Road

This vintage fedora was custom made in the 1960s from pure beaver felt, and originally sold for fifty dollars, making it extremely expensive at the time.  I have owned many 7X clear beaver Stetsons from this era and the dress weight beaver felt has a very similar feel.  It is a 7-1/4 and has a 2-3/8″ brim and a 5-1/4″ crown.

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1940s Gulf Coast Hat Works cowboy hat
This vintage hat was custom made in the 1940s by the Gulf Coast Hat Works of 2209 W. Main Street, Baytown, Texas. It is their San Jacinto model. It has a fancy pleated lining, old fashioned taped rear seam, extremely fine stitching on the reeded sweatband and an unusual burgundy color to the fur felt. It is a 6-7/8 Long oval.
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Pure Beaver Sinto cowboy hat
This vintage hat was custom made in Spokane, Washington from One Hundred Percent Pure Beaver Fur. It appears the model name is the Sinto. It has a bound brim. It looks like it’s been knocked around a bit, is wearable as is, but with its high quality body, it would make an excellent candidate for a renovation. Size 7-3/8

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