This vintage belt was made in the late 1940s as a souvenir of Yellowstone National Park. It has the belt buckle commonly used on this era of studded belt. The studwork spelling out Yellowstone Park is done in rhinestones instead of the more typical solid metal studs. It is stamped on the back a size 36 and measures 32″ to the smallest hole and 37″ to the largest.
This shirt is part of Ropers vintage line. It has a white body with a brown overlay on the front, with white, yellow and orange stitching and rhinestone accents, in the tradition of rodeo tailors of the 1940s-1960s.
Chest (pit to pit): 24″
Shoulder to Shoulder: 19″
Sleeve (shoulder to cuff): 26″
This long hair Aetna cowboy hat dates from the early 1930s or so. It has a high crown, wide, kettle curled brim and great graphics. But what makes it really unusual is the color. How about that wild turquoise color?!