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 late 1950s by the John B. Stetson company. It was sold by Wagner’s in Bozeman, Montana, has a bound brim and a two cord hatband. It is a size 7-1/4.
This vintage fedora hat was made in the 1940s by Trimble, made with their exclusive “floating fit”. It has a narrow ribbon and bound brim. It is between a size 7-1/8 and 7-1/4.
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 sold by Sears under the Pilgrim label and Columbia model name in the late 1930s. They marketed this model to working cowboys. It is made of wool felt, a budget conscious option, with a curled brim, center dent and front pinches and a textured leather sweatband.
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
This vintage hat was made in the late 1930s-early 1940s and was sold in Helena, Montana by the Globe Clothing Company. It is a thin ribbon fedora style, in a vibrant shade of blue. It is made from lightweight fur felt, is unlined, and is a size 7-1/8.
This vintage hat was made in the late 1950s by Champ as part of their Sun Filters straw line. It was sold in Edgemont, South Dakota by The Golden Rule, and has a striped puggaree and bound brim. It is a size 7-1/4.
This vintage hat was made by the John B. Stetson company in the 1960s. It is their Beaver One Hundred model, made from pure beaver felt, originally retailing for a hundred dollars. It has a lining from Rand’s of Billings, who probably did some cleaning or renovation at some point. It measures 21-1/2″ inside, about a 6-7/8″.