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Tilt hats were popular in the 1930s and 1940s. They were worn at an angle and held to the back of the head by a strap, rigid ring, elastic band beneath the hair, or a combination of these. Very small toy or doll hats typically did not have a head-hugging strap feature.
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See Also: Doll Hat , Toy Hat
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1855 tilt hat
1930s tilt doll hat
1930s straw tilt hat
1930s Bovio Modes black satin tilt hat
1930s/1940s straw tilt hat
1930s/1940s tilt hat from Shoppe Yvonne
1940s tilt hat
1940s Roberta Bernays tilt hat
1940s Gage Bros velour tilt hat with ostrich feather
1940s Helene Adams tilt hat
1940s Worth tilt hat
1940s Cecile fur/velvet tilt hat
1942 Kathleen Inc tilt hat
1945 Robert Dudley tilt hat
1940s Hattie Carnegie tilt hat
1940s Joal New York straw tilt hat