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    Posted: December/20/2017 at 1:57pm
Does anyone know where to purchases this Master's hat?  ... The Blue velvet one.

The Macoy website has one similar, but not the same.


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Interesting hat! Sorry, but I don't have a clue as to where it might be available. In PA, our WM wears a top hat like the one on the brother behind the brother wearing the blue hat. I have never seen one like you are looking for.
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Thanks   ...  My old Lodge had a similar black hat from JP Luther.   It didn't have the points on the brim.

I'm thinking this wouldn't be too difficult to make one.     Just use a flop/flat or base ball cap, then recover and sew on a new brim.   The cap portion with liner & sweat band is already there.
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The Blue hat looks to be a colonial 3-point style with the brim turned up all the way around.
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