Gibson London Men’s Taupe Donegal Hat, a classic British cap with a short peak and made from a wool blend. This really does complete the Peaky Blinders look.

The massively popular BBC drama “Peaky Blinders” is midway through it's second season and it seems lots of people are after the Peaky Blinders look.

I've always been a Cillian Murphy fan...and watching this show makes me think "yup, that's why I'm a fan. He's awesome."

Peaky Blinders on Netflix! A gangster family epic set in 1919 Birmingham, England and centered on a gang who sew razor blades in the peaks of their caps, and their fierce boss Tommy Shelby, who means to move up in the world.

Left to right, Peaky Blinders Harry Fowler, Ernest Bayles, Stephen McHickie and Thomas Gilbert are revealed in archived police photos from 1904

Victorian gang who terrorised the streets of Birmingham

The real Peaky Blinders: Victorian gang who terrorised the streets of Birmingham and sewed razor blades into their caps to headbutt rivals

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1890's Birmingham Gang Mugshots - The Real Peaky Blinders. A notorious Birmingham gang that had blades sewn into the peaks of their caps so they could use them as weapons.

Birmingham Gang Mugshots - The Real Peaky Blinders Birmingham gang that had blades sewn into the peaks of their caps so they could use them as weapons.

this is like that old gang in London that put razor blades in their flat caps, if above in the image, that's what that is.

Oh my gosh this is like that old gang in London that put razor blades in their flat caps, if above in the image, that's what that is.

Peaky Blinders | BBC tv, series devised and written by Stephen Knight of 'Locke' fame. | Why Peaky Blinders? Because that's a razor blade, that is. The gang is so called because in a fight they remove their peaked caps and swing 'em across the other bloke's face. Peaky. Blinders. Nasty.

Peaky Blinders, BBC, devised and written by Stephen Knight of 'Locke' fame. The gang is so called because in a fight they remove their peaked caps and swing 'em across the other bloke's face.

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