This vintage hat was made by Mallory, New York in the late 1920s-early 1930s. It is a high crown homburg, with a distinctive purple and white lining. It was originally sold by Gordon Lark of Milwaukee.
This vintage hat was made in the late 1950s and was sold under the Pilgrim label. It is a porkpie style with a ridged brim and a knit band. It has an overwelt brim edge on the 2″ brim.
This hat was made by the John B. Stetson Company. It is their iconic Open Road style, with a thin ribbon and a fedora flanged brim. This was their high end Stetson 25 model, meaning it cost 25 dollars when new. It has a wind string, a cut-down 2-1/4″ brim and a laced sweatband.
This vintage hat block was made by Hoff-Man. It is a no 81 block, and is marked 5-1/2 and 7-1/4. It measures 23″ circumference.
This vintage hat block is marked 7-1/2 and Columbia, and measures 23-1/2″ circumference.
This hat was made by the John B. Stetson Company. It is their iconic Open Road style, with a thin ribbon, narrow binding and a fedora flanged brim. This one is a 3X quality, originally sold in Bozeman, Montana at McCracken’s, and sporting a 2-3/4″ brim.
This vintage hat was made by the John B. Stetson company in the 1960s. It is a No. 1 quality, with a moderately wide ribbon, mid-with brim and western weight felt. It is a 7-1/4 long oval and has a 2-1/2″ brim.
This vintage hat was made in the mid-late 1930s for Carlsten of Elizabeth, New Jersey. It is a classic high crowned gray fur felt fedora with a wide black ribbon and blind stitched underwelt brim. It has an unreeded sweatband and a 2-5/8″ brim.
This vintage fedora was made in the 1950s for Penney’s and was sold under their Marathon Hats label. It has a pleated “shark gill” bow and narrow binding on the 2-3/4″ brim.
This vintage hat was made in the late 1950s-early 1960s by Dobbs . It was a high end hat when new, retailing for $30, and sold by Hughes Hatcher Suffrin of Detroit. It has a Dobbs Guild Edge on its 2″ brim.