Chest (pit to pit): 24″ (doubled = 48″)
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 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.
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.
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
Chest (pit to pit): 19-1/2″ (doubled = 39″)
Shoulder to shoulder: 17″
Sleeve (shoulder to cuff): 24″
Length (Base of collar to hem): 31″