Here’s one from my collection, which is not for sale, but certainly is worth sharing.
I found this jacket at a Salvation Army thrift shop in Halifax Nova Scotia. It was custom made by Joseph Jaeger, a furrier in Berkeley, California, and is truly one of the most unusual pieces of vintage menswear I’ve lucked across. The detailing is odd enough that dating is difficult.
This vintage overcoat was custom tailored in 1939 by the A. Nash Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. It is a classic double breasted style, with a belted back. For some reason, someone has moved the buttons on the belt back to make it longer, but moving them back is a simple fix. It is half lined with a center vent. It has an early variant 1939 union tag which I have not seen outside of this coat.Chest: 24″Shoulder to shoulder: 19″Shoulder to Cuff: 26″
This fedora is a pure beaver custom hat from the 1950s. The felt is comparable to a 7X clear beaver Stetson of the period. I sold this one back around 2008, and is one of the few I’ve regretted passing on. I’ve only ever seen a couple others by this maker.