This vintage cowboy hat was made by Dobbs West and sold in Jackson Hole Wyoming by Ranch Shops. It is a 7-1/2 with a 3″ brim.
This vintage fedora was made by Borsalino in the 1950s. This was the first real hat I bought, about nine and a half years ago. It’s been sitting in a box for the last seven or so of that, so I suppose it’s time for it to join the store stock up for sale. It is made of lightweight brown fur felt, and likely was sold as a roller in one of Borsalino’s triangular hat boxes when new. It is an export model, evidenced by the English on the sweatband. It has a moderately narrow ribbon with an elastic wind string and narrow binding. The hat is a 7-1/4, with a 2-3/4″ brim and a 5-5/8″ crown.
This vintage fedora was sold by Brooks Brothers. It has a tapered crown, centerdent with pinches and a black leather sweatband. It has a stitched overwelt sweatband. The brim measures 1-3/4″ and the crown measures 5-1/4″.
This vintage fedora was made in the mid 1950s and was sold by Penney’s under the Marathon hat label. It is made of fur felt, has a blocked in teardrop crease, a thin ribbon and thin binding, and a brown leather sweatband. It is a 7-1/8.
This vintage hat was made in the late 1950s by Champ. It is a size 7-1/4 and was sold by Wein’s Clothing Store of Butte, Montana.
This vintage cowboy hat was made in the 1950s for the CR Anthony Company from XXXX Beaver fur felt. From the style of the sweatband, the “Hand Creased” logo and the style of the reorder tag (partly missing) under the sweatband, it’s safe to say that this was made by Resistol as a house label hat for Anthony. It measures a 7-1/8