Top hats and bowlers from the 19th and 20th century, new and antique
19th and 20th Century top hats and bowlers from the Regency, Victorian and Dickens era, new from strong quality wool felt in grey or black and antique top hats of fur felt also in grey and black.
The English bowler became world known by Charlie Chaplin.
Top hats were mainly worn by the upper class. Now they are still worn on stage, at fairs, theme parties or musicals such as the musical Top Hat in London or the world famous musical Mary Poppins
They are also still used in equestrian sports and further the high hats are still worn at burials or cremations.
Top hats are also known as cylinder hat, high hat, topper, beaver hat, silk hat, stove pipe hat.
Texts from ancient high hats: John Kennig - The Durable Hat - Carel Kropman Gouda, Burton - Hat Manufacturer London - l. Cocordan Paris
The most antique top hats are provided including the antique storage box, if it's mentioned at the description.
To determine your size, use the link in the Topbar "size converter".
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