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Vintage Borsalino Hats Italian Advertising Poster

Vintage Borsalino Hats Italian Advertising Poster

$19.95

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Vintage Borsalino Hats Italian Advertising Poster

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This is a nice illustrated Italian advertising poster for Borsalino Hats from the early 1940s or 50s. Borsalino is the name of a hat company known particularly for its fedoras.

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This is a nice illustrated Italian advertising poster for Borsalino Hats from the early 1940s or 50s.

Borsalino is the name of a hat company known particularly for its fedoras. Established in 1857, Borsalino produces felt from Belgian rabbit fur at its factory in Alessandria, Italy.

Giuseppe Borsalino visited Italy and France to learn the hat trade, and set up the first artisan workshop for the production of felt hats. When Giuseppe Borsalino died, he was succeeded by his son, Teresio Borsalino, in the family business. His success lasted until the 1940s, when the hat business declined in prominence.

In 1970, the company inspired the film Borsalino, which was moderately well received. In 1986, the Borsalino factory moved to its current location in the suburbs of Alessandria. The University of Alessandria (as well as a museum dedicated to the history of the hat) occupy the former offices of the Borsalino company.

Recently, Borsalino also started to produce helmets for motorbikes.

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Filter by Photo Date: 1940-1949
Print Sizes 17x22, 24x36
Photo Dimensions: No
Paper Dimensions: No

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  1. Great price, adorable print! review by Zooey on 11/15/2016
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    So glad I found your sale! This poster made a perfect addition to our new apartment, we love it, soo cute! Thanks and Ciao!

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