Kitan club cat cap

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Kitan club cat cap

I have this cat cap from the kitan club. I bought it at a swap meet in San Jose and it looks to be about 40 years old. It's about 13" across. It has one hole for the cord and one for the band. The cord is too short to attach to my beanbag, but I'm going to try. I also noticed that the cap has a lot of wear on the outside, as if it had been used a lot. I don't think it's brand new. I was wondering if anyone knew anything about the hat.

It's a really good looking hat. I've got a number of these, but I'm wondering if the style is limited. I have a large collection of old hats and I've got some from the 1930s that look like yours. I believe the last ones I got I got from the local Goodwill, but it's hard to tell. The style is similar. The one I got from the Goodwill is in pretty good shape too.

"Kitan Club" is one of the brands that I think was originally produced by Sears. Sears no longer sells hats, so these could have been a department store product. Sears also made a lot of hats in the late 1950s and 1960s. They were all about the same size. It was the same model in that time frame too.

I think it's one of the few brands that made the cap with just one hole. I've got a lot of the other styles that are made with one hole and one hole only. They have a very good style of hat.

I'm not sure if you can get this brand anymore. They were probably the cheapest hat around. Most people remember the black hat that was about $7 or $8. But, they also had a hat that looked almost like the one you have, but it was made out of brown and cream colored straw, and it was made of a single hole in the front of the hat. But, I don't think you could get it anymore.

My cat cap has one hole in the front and one in the back. I used a band and put the strings through both holes.

When my cat cap has a hole in the back, the string usually wraps around the back of the hat and then has to come through the hole in the front and out the back. Then it has to get tied around the cat's neck or it will come untied. The string that I used to tie my cat's collar to was too big to put through the back of my hat. So, I tried to find something else to tie the string around. I got a rubber band that was about an inch or two long. But, my cat has a big neck. When I put it through the hole in the front of the cap, it didn't fit. I tried to put the band through the hole, but the holes in the band didn't fit through the hole in the cap.

So, I'm wondering if anyone else has had a similar problem.

I'm going to try to find some old photos of my cats so that I can show what he looks like now.

I just had a very similar problem. I have a hat with one hole, and I used a string to tie it to my cat's collar, but it was too big. I got a small rubber band, and it fit through the hole and around the front. Now, I just have to figure out a way to get it around the back.

I have a lot of cat caps, and I have a few of the single hole style, and I have one of the double hole style. I think that some of the early single hole models are more valuable than the later double hole styles. The later models with the double hole are more popular, but the single hole style looks more interesting.

I found a couple of books that show some of the earlier model caps. The first is "A Collection of Hats and Caps for Men" by J.W. Lippman. I'm not sure of the year, but it must be from the 1920s or 1930s. The other is a book called "Caps, Bonnets and Toppers for Men and Women". It's also from the 1920s. I believe that these were books that Sears, Roebuck and Company made, but they were not used exclusively by Sears. Sears had a lot of books on their catalogs for different items. It's possible that they also sold the books themselves. The books were published by a company called "Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Coats and Toppers Company" and they were listed as being produced by Sears in their books.

This is a book that is also a catalog of hats and caps that was published by Sears. It's a catalog from 1929, but most of the styles are from about 1910-1930. The Sears catalogs that I have were made for the years 1923 and 1924, but I'm not sure of the dates of the books.

I also found a lot of photos of the hats that were made by Sears. You can use them to get an idea of what some of the earlier hats looked like. The first one is a Sears photo of a baseball cap with a band and a single hole. I have a photo of that style in my collection.

My cat cap looks almost exactly like the one in the first photo. It has a single hole in the front and one in the back. When my cat wears it, the hole in the front is facing down, and the string comes through the hole in the back and out the front. Then the string goes around the cat's collar and is tied around the cat's neck. Then I have a second string that I tie around my cats back collar. When I got my cats from a shelter, there was a collar with a strap around the back of it, and it was tied around the cats back collar. I put a rubber band around the back of the hat, and then it has a hole in the back of it. I tied it to the rubber band. Then, I took the rubber band off and tied it to the cat's

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