homburg

noun
hom·burg | \ˈhäm-ˌbərg \

Definition of homburg 

: a man's felt hat with a stiff curled brim and a high crown creased lengthwise

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Eisenhower wore a Henry the Hatter homburg to his inauguration in 1956. Robert Allen, Detroit Free Press, "City trying to keep Henry the Hatter in Detroit," 30 June 2017

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First Known Use of homburg

1894, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for homburg

Bad Homburg, Germany

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