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
This vintage fedora was made by Knox and was sold by Raleigh Haberdasher of Washington, DC. It originally retailed for $15, making it a moderately upmarket hat at the time. It has a wide ribbon with a twisted knot style bow and a seamless welt edge. It is a size 7-1/4.
This vintage hat was made by Stetson under the Mallory name after their buyout of that brand. Stylistically, it is identical to the Stetson Open Road. It is a size 7, and has a bound brim, narrow ribbon and cattleman blocked crown.
This hat was made by Stratton for the US Forest Service. It is made from Stratton’s heavyweight fur felt. Originally, it was flanged similar to a fedora, rather than the flat brim of Army or Park Service campaign hats, and had a center dent. It has been re-creased, and the brim has been re-shaped through wear. It is a 7-3/8.
This fedora was made by the John B. Stetson Company, probably in the late 1980s-early 1990s. It is made of Sovereign grade fur felt and was originally sold by Stark & Legum of Norfolk, VA. It is a size 7-1/2 regular oval.