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 derby is S.B.A.’s Comfort hat, with a Bon Ton Ivy self adjusting sweatband and positive ventilation which supposedly prevents balding. It measures 20-3/4″ in circumference.
This vintage fedora was custom made in the 1960s from pure beaver felt, and originally sold for fifty dollars, making it extremely expensive at the time. I have owned many 7X clear beaver Stetsons from this era and the dress weight beaver felt has a very similar feel. It is a 7-1/4 and has a 2-3/8″ brim and a 5-1/4″ 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
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 1950s and was sold by F.R. Tripler & Co of Madison Avenue, New York City. It is light brown fur felt, with a wide black ribbon with square bow knot. The crown is nice and straight for this era, and the hat has a very lighweight felt. The brim measures 1-7/8″ and the crown measures 5-1/8″.
This vintage fedora was made in the late 1950s by Resistol, designed by Harry Rolnick. It is their Beaver Twenty Park Lane model in kitten finish fur felt, originally retailing for $20, making it an expensive hat at the time. It has a fancy pleated lining and Resistol’s Self-Conforming sweatband. It has a cavanagh edge seamless overwelt. It was originally sold at Hastings, California. The brim measures 2-7/16″ and the crown measures 5-3/4″.
This vintage hat block is marked 7-1/2 and Columbia, and measures 23-1/2″ circumference.