The sombrero has always been the centerpiece of the charro outfit and since the earliest days of its existence top manufactures have competed fiercely for the market share of the industry. Store displays and printed advertising would augment sales but the door to door salesman would pay bigger dividends. Before the advent of commercial television, sponsored advertising and mass media, modern marketing terms such as, “marketing tool" and "marketing strategy" were preceded by more relevant terms like, “sample” and “sales pitch”. Apropos of the door salesman, his marketing tools were the tools in his bag, or product samples, and his marketing strategy was the sales pitch he would recite to anyone willing to offer their ear.
Given the specs and superior quality, supercharged, appointed in imported Argentine nutria with all available options and accessories included, most buyers would have been spared his pitch. None was required. This hat speaks for itself...
Mexico. Circa 1890 - 1910.
Dimensions: sombrero box measures 7 inches diameter x 4.75 inches high. The sombrero measures 6 inches diameter x 4 inches high.
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