Stupidly, I forgot to take a photo of the inside, but this is a 100% Beaver fur hat. Interior diameter of 23" exactly. Made by Bourse Cellini (I'd never heard of them either, but the thing is quality) in Milan, probably sometime in the 60's. Sold by the Globe Hat Co in Buffalo, NY. And did I mention pure beaver fur? It's not in the best shape, some mild mothing (small and shallow, none even close to going through the felt), a very small hole where the thrift store employee shot the tag through, parts of the ribbon are faded slightly, and the ribbon could stand to be pressed. Basically, it could use a little TLC and a good cleaning from someone who knows what they're doing.
But still, this is a very nice hat, and I hope to pass it on to somebody who'll appreciate it and give it the love it needs, even if it doesn't bring in much money.
Oh, and ignore the impromptu hat stand. Easiest way I could find to pose it for the picture.
I also found an ascot, and bought it just to amuse myself. If anyone really feels the need for one, let me know, I'd let this go for a few bucks. No tags, but it had been set out at the same time as a (slightly stained and weirdly colored) Paul Stuart tie, and given the demographics of ascot wearers, I'm assuming it was from the same donor.