This vintage hat was made by Borsalino for the export market. It is a size 7-3/8 with a 1-7/8″ brim.
This vintage fedora was made in the 1940s and was sold by Standard, of 738 Market Street, San Francisco, California. It is made in the thin ribbon, thin binding “Open Road” style. It has an early style sweatband, with a taped rear seam, and where the cloth reed tape is stitched to the brim break. It has a card from “Personality” hats, also of San Francisco, under the sweatband, possibly from a cleaning.
This vintage hat was made in the late 1920s-early 1930s by Berg. The hat is made for lightly heathered charcoal gray fur felt. It is from the short-lived fashion for a twisted ribbon on the right side of the hat, opposite the bow. The bow has a feathered trailing edge, fashionable for the time, and the hat has a high, tapered crown- considered very sporting at the time. It has an underwelt brim, and an unreeded wide black leather sweatband with an embossed top edge. The hat is a 7-1/4, and has a 2-3/16″ brim and a 5-5/8″ crown.
This vintage fedora was made in the 1950s in Italy by famed hat maker Borsalino. It is made from lightweight rollable bone colored fur felt. The hat has a zig zag stitched brim edge and a narrow brown ribbon. It was sold originally in Italy by Mascotta