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BHSSF 11th Annual
Cowboy Heritage XI
Old West Collectibles Auction 2005

Preview: Friday, February 4, 2005
5:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Theater

Preview: Saturday, February 5, 2005
8:30 – 10:00 a.m. Theater

Auction Begins: 10:00 a.m. Theater

 

Names that made the American West.....
Cowboy Heritage XI: Old West Collector’s Auction of 2005

 

The Cowboy Heritage Auction has grown to be the biggest Old West Collector’s Event in South Dakota … and the most popular winter Old West Event in the northern United States. In most recent years, the auction has come to attract national attention.

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.

The Cowboy Heritage Auction is a Black Hills Stock Show Foundation event. The sale is organized, managed, presented and auctioneered by an entire staff of volunteer help.

Commissions from the sale go to the Foundation for youth scholarships awarded in five states, annual support of the Western Junior Livestock & Home Economics Show, and the Foundation's regional grant programs.

For information on the 2005 Cowboy Heritage XI: Old West Collector’s Auction, contact Black Hills Stock Show Foundation, 605-718-0810, Foundation@BHSSF.com 
or Co-Chair Win Bauer (605-456-2971, bauerdiana@hotmail.com) or Co-Chair Jay George (
605-343-5140).

  273 QUALITY LOTS  •   SALE FEATURES!

SADDLES

Lot 1. Ted Flowers Silver Mtd. Parade Saddle. Beautiful, complete “horse head’ pattern.
 

 

 

Lot 3. Al Furstnow. Model 489. A-fork. Circa 1900

 

Lot 7. Heiser. Swell fork. High back. Circa 1930s.




SPURS

 

Lot 9. McChesney. Double mounted “Goosenecks”

Lot 11. Crockett. Silver mounted, wide band, big rowel

Lot 14. McChesney. Model #26, silver mounted, sharp!

Lot 15. Crockett. Cowboy look, wide band, silver mounted

Lot 17. Crockett. Frontier pattern

Lot 20. Crockett. Silver mounted. “Crescents & Stars”

 

BITS

Lot 42. Crockett. Half breed, big silver conchas, slobber bar

Lot 44. Buermann. No. 1340, lady leg

 

Lot 47. McChesney. Model #9, silver mounted

 

Lot 49. K&C. Silver mounted, Kelly & Crockett era

Lot 59. McChesney. No. 9, traditional hand forged quality

COWBOY GEAR / CHAPS

 

Lot 64. F.A. Meanea Cuffs. Valuable Cheyenne, Wyo. Maker!

Lot 87. Miles City Saddlery Shotguns. Distinct mark. 10 conchas

NATIVE AMERICAN

Lot 263. Navajo Desert Pearl Choker. Outstanding!

Lot 264. Navajo Necklace. Dome conchos, turquoise, silver, superb!

 

Lot 266. Blackfoot Beaded Woman’s Dress


GUNS



Lot 101. Wyoming Territory U.S. Marshall Gun. W.S. Hamilton sawed off 12 ga. hammer shotgun (above), marked shield on stock (shown left).



Lot 102. Winchester, Model 1873. 44-40 Saddle Ring Carbin #145259A

Lot 104. Winchester, Model 90. .22 short barrel rifle #197157

Lot 107. Winchester, Model 1895. .30 Army version. #88982

Lot 108. Winchester, Model 1894. .38-55, octagon barrel #223327

Lot 109. Winchester, Model 90. .22 rifle #710165

Lot 110. Winchester, Model 62. .22 rifle #39649A
 

Lot 103. Colt 1871 Revolver. 44-40, long barrel #7752
 

Lot 105. Colt Lightning Revolver. .38 caliber, chrome/ivory grips. #117654. Studded holster
 

Lot 117. M. Price SF Pearl-Handled Knife. San Francisco maker 1860-1906. Sterling silver sheath
 

U.S. CAVALRY

Lot 118. McClelland Saddle. Complete Cavalry saddle. Fenders, hooded stirrups

Lot 124. 1859 U.S. Ring Bit

Lot 125. 1874 U.S. Shoemaker Bit

BRAND BOOKS

 

Lot 182. 1893 Western South Dakota Stockgrowers Association


Lot 183. 1902 Dakota Farmer, South Dakota

Lot 184. 1903 Northwestern Stockgrowers Association

KIDS COWBOY CORRAL

Lot. 161. Newberry Saddle. Kids outfit, Alliance, NE. maker. Circa 1920’s

ART

 

Lot 211. Remington Bronze “Comin’ Thru The Rye”. Very large

 

 

 

 

Lot 232. Remington Artist Proof / Signature. “His First Lesson” 1908

Lot 234. 101 Ranch Wild West Poster. Circus World Published

 

 

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