Collectors Stick with Hatpins
Don’t be fooled by a fantasy hatpin! Hatpins from the 1860s to 1920s held large hats to large hairdos. Bidders stuck with expensive gold and amethyst pins or low-priced pins with white bead tops. Pin yourself down and learn what authentic hatpins look like and how much they’re worth.
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