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Black Hills Stock Show Cowboy Heritage VII
Old West Collectors Auction

Sponsored by The Duhamel Co. and KOTA
Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
Ponderosa - Alpine Rooms
Rapid City, South Dakota

 

Early Preview and Social
Friday evening, February 2, 5 - 8 p.m.

Auction, Saturday, February 3, 10:30 a.m.
(Doors open for preview at 8:30a.m.)

The Cowboy Heritage Auction has grown to be the biggest Old West Collector Event in South Dakota … and the most popular winter Old West Event in the northern United States.

This is a fast-moving, high-quality auction that features something for everyone interested in Cowboy and Old West history and memorabilia, from beginners to advanced collectors. It’s a good place to learn and have fun.

The Cowboy Heritage Auction is a Black Hills Stock Show Foundation event.

Commissions from the sale go to the Foundation for youth scholarships, support of the Western Jr. Livestock Show, and the annual Foundation Grant Program.

The sale is organized, managed, presented and auctioneered by an entire staff of volunteer help.

This Cowboy Heritage Auction has, to date, raised over $20,000 contributing to the total of over $68,000 that the Foundation has given back to the Rapid City Community and West River Region in the name of Black Hills Stock Show through 20 Youth Scholarships, support of the Western Jr. Livestock Show and their Annual Grant Program.

The Sale features 200 Quality Lots

Saddles, Bits - Spurs - Cowboy Gear - Casey Tibbs Memorabilia - Guns and Gun Leather - U.S. Cavalry Tack and Gear - Western Art, Photos, Books - and Western Americana Pieces.

Featuring names that built the American West:

Duhamel - Miles City - Al Furstnow - Hamley - Frazier - J.S. Collins - Collins and Morrison - Crockett - Kelly - McChesney - Buermann - Visalia - Colt - Winchester - Remington - Charles Russell - L.A. Huffman - Deer Lodge, MT and Rawlins, WY prison craftmanship … and more!

Auction consignments come from collectors in Rapid City, here in South Dakota and six other states across this Northern Plains Intermountain Region.

Partial List of Featured Lots

SADDLES

1. Duhamel. Model 98, great rancher, modified form fitter, circa 1940.

SPURS

10. Crockett. Silver mtd. bit/spur set ... brass horseheads. No. 1882 spurs ... big, full mtd. rowels. No. 2250, long shank bit. Matched set ... mint condition!

BITS

33. C. P. Shipley. Catalog No. 9, silver and brass mtd. Great cowboy bit!

Chaps for Western AuctionCOWBOY GEAR

55. Cowboy Cuffs. Vintage, border stamped. Marked "B Leather Co."

COWBOY CHAPS

Otto Ernst. Early, straight leg batwings. Nickel conchas (14). Good cowboy chaps, pre-1920 ... noted Wyo. maker.

KIDS COWBOY CORRAL

85. Roy Rogers Bed Spread. Great western design. Full size.

HEADSTALLS

96. Deer Lodge Prison Horsehair. All-time feature! Prison-made headstall ... hitched/braided, multi-colored. Very finest in prison craftsmanship ... one of the highest caliber pieces anywhere!

CASEY TIBBS COLLECTION

104. Casey Tibbs Scarf. Lee Riders red promo scarf.

GUNS / GUN LEATHER

112. Colt Lightning. Mfg. 1885. .38 caliber, hex barrel, slide action.

U.S. CAVALRY

122. Cavalry Pack Outfit. Complete with pack saddle, canvas panniers, horsehair cinch.

WESTERN ART PHOTOS

136. Brenda Bruckner Original. "Leather Artistry" ... colored pencil original by one of South Dakota's own favorites. Hand-tooled leather frame.

WESTERN DOCUMENTS

144. Confessions of a Horse Thieve. Original document ... Feb. 10, 1912. Rustler's detailed story from jail cell!

WESTERN BOOKS

158. L. A. Huffman Books. The great western photographer’s classics … “The Frontier Years” and “Before Barbed Wire,” two pictorial histories … 1878 - 1920.

WESTERN AMERICANA

182. “The Lazy Indian”. Boston Art Co., 1910. Great, porcelain, early piece to complement any collection.

 

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444 Mt. Rushmore Road North
Rapid City, SD 57701

Phone: 605-718-0810
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The Black Hills Stock Show Foundation is a non-profit organization. As part of its mission of "Preserving The Legacy, Investing In The Future,"  the Foundation is dedicated to supporting youth in higher education and organizations, programs and projects that enhance services and education to the public.