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94-2104
94-2101

Lone Star Harry,
American Represemtative Scout
Pamplet
Pamphlet with pink covers, "Dick's Pub. House 12 E. Union Square, New York". Life of Lone Star Harry, Instructions Regarding the Handling of Revolvers, The Lone Star State, My Experience on the Texas Cattle Trail, and songs and advertisements as well. (1893?) Approximately 5" x 6.75" overall.
SALE $150.00
each
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TIN001
Tintype of an Indian Circa 1870's of an American Indian, dressed in white men clothes. He holds a child on his lap. Image is unclear for the face of the child. Tintype has a small hole through it at top of plate but does not affect image. SALE $60.00
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PLT005
Western Tintype Shows a western cowboy in a broad brim hat. Circa 1870's. SALE $70.00
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88-1026
3"x 5" Photograph
of a Young Zouave
He wears the fancy baggy uniform, made famous in the Civil War. He wears a matching kepie and holds his bolt action rifle. There is a metal "8" on both sides of the collar of his zouave jacket. Circa 1905, probably a Buffalo Bill's Zouave. $ 40.00
SALE $32.00
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88-478
Buffalo Bill's Partner
Pawnee Bill in a 3"x
5" Rotogravure
Photograph
Full color of "Major" Gordon W. Lillie, in his buckskin jacket, fancy red shirt and broad brimmed cowboy hat.
SALE $12.00
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91-212
3"x 5" Photograph
of Buffalo Bill and Pawnee Bill
Circa 1915. Famous double portrait as well as picture of entrance to famed Buffalo Bill Ranch.
SALE $ 20.00
SOLD
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WT220
Buffalo Bill Photo Post Card Printed postcard of "Buffalo Bill (william F. Cody) Pony Express Rider". on the back " Buffalo Bill (william F. Cody) Pony express rider, scout, stage driver, trapper, and buffalo hunter. Shown with Isham, the horse given him by the Sultan of Turkey. Portrait by Robert Lindneux. One of the many fine original oil paintings to be seen in Woolaroc Museum, fourteen miles S.W. of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, on State Highway 123. Woolaroc is open to the public free of charge from 10 .M. until 5 P.M. every day except ondays throughout te year." #2487-2- unused and unstamped.
SALE $12.00

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05658
 
Civil War Period Spurs Brass spurs with round rowels. Spurs have four affixing holes for attaching to boots. The pair
$ 125.00
SALE $100.00

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