Am drowning in hats and must start getting them listed... I love 'em. but still am uncertain about many of them (despite ongoing effort). I'm trying to get these three listed this weekend, and could use some confirmation of dating and what their correct style terms are. Sorry for all the pics, but want to be thorough. Thanks! 1) Clueless about either a date or what to call it, but it's one of my faves. Claude Saint-Cyr repro. Looks for all the world like a structured, peaked-top Alpine-style hat, but the (ostrich?) feathers (which have sequins sprinkled throughout) make it more for dressier wear, I'd guess. 40s, 50s, 60s? 2) This is 40s, right? And would it just be called a structured, brimmed cap? Also, the feathers at the front are "normal" feathers, but the deeper-colored ones are incredibly soft. Anyone know what type of feather this might be? Would you call this "claret" or "wine" in color? And last, is this on the head form right? I think I've seen these in movies being worn further back on the head, but it didn't look right that way. It is meant to be offset at the brim, though. 3) A 40's toque with knotted accent? "Original Roberta Bernay" label.