This vintage hat was made by Wormser from Royal Luxury Beaver Blend fur felt in the 1950s. It is gray with gray binding and a black ribbon. The brim measures 2-5/8″ and the crown measures 5-1/2″
This vintage boater was made in the early 1920s by Knox, and originally sold for $20, making it quite an expensive hat in its time. It has a light russet brown leather sweatband and a pleated lining. It is a 7-1/4, with a 5-1/8″ crown and a brim which measures 2″ on the front and back, 1-3/4″ at the curl of the side.
This vintage hat was made in the late 1950s and was sold under the Pilgrim label. It is a porkpie style with a ridged brim and a knit band. It has an overwelt brim edge on the 2″ brim.
This hat was made by the John B. Stetson Company. It is their iconic Open Road style, with a thin ribbon and a fedora flanged brim. This was their high end Stetson 25 model, meaning it cost 25 dollars when new. It has a wind string, a cut-down 2-1/4″ brim and a laced sweatband.
This vintage fedora was made in the 1950s for Penney’s and was sold under their Marathon Hats label. It has a pleated “shark gill” bow and narrow binding on the 2-3/4″ brim.
This vintage hat was made in the 1950s by the John B. Stetson Company. It is their high end 7X Clear Beaver Quality and has a 3-1/8″ brim. There is no size tag and no reorder tags under the sweatband, but the opening measures 7-3/8″ by 6-1/8″, with a 21-1/2″ circumference.
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.