Black Skull Stamp Structured Twill Hat
The Skull Stamp Hat is a tribute to the masthead for the October 31, 1765, Pennsylvania Journal and Weekly Advertiser, objecting to the tax about to take effect under the Stamp Act of 1765, depicts a skull-and-crossbones parody of the official stamp required by the act. The publisher, William Bradford, announces that he is suspending publication because he can’t afford the tax, calling the skull-and-crossbones icon “An emblem of the effects of the STAMP – O! the fatal Stamp,” and describing the times as “Dreadful, Dismal, Doleful, Dolorous, and Dollar-less.
Available in two sizes with an elastic stretch band, this hat is a sure winner in comfort! It has an athletic shape with a curved visor.
• 63% polyester/34% cotton/3% spandex twill
• Structured, 6-panel, mid-profile
• Stretch band
• Silver under visor
• Head circumference: 22” – 23 ⅞”
|Size (inches)||21 ¼-22 ¾||22 ⅜-23 ⅞|