This hat was made by the John B. Stetson Company. It is their iconic Open Road style, with a thin ribbon, narrow binding and a fedora flanged brim. This one has the model name marked on the reorder tag rather than the sweatband, is made of heavier weight modern felt, has the Stetson Authentic X hologram sticker still on the sweatband, and is a 4X quality felt. While the reorder tag puts the brim at 2-3/4″, it measures out to 2-7/8″.
This cowboy hat was made by the John B. Stetson company from 4X beaver quality fur felt and was sold by Carol’s Westernwear of Laurel, Maryland. It is a 7-1/4
This hat is probably from the 1960s, but it really channels hats of the turn of the century. It has a center creased crown, with a short-ish pencil curled raw edge brim. Sort of a western homburg. The ribbon work is also in the style of an earlier period, wide, but with a bow similar to those found on Stetson Open Roads.