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Livingston's Cowboy Connection ~ Old West Collectibles & Gallery
1860 Historic Henry rifle owned by pioneer S J Black, Virginia City, Nevada 1860 Historic Henry rifle owned by pioneer S J Black, Virginia City, Nevada
Colorful Comstock Lode historic Henry, owner was murdered by his brother, and initials “S.J. Black” are stamped on right side of barrel.
The Henry remains in original very good condition showing a gray/brown patina finish on the barrel with faint traces of blue mixed in protected areas, barrel address is sharp, edges are crisp, brass frame is...
collectible spurs collectible spurs
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Colt 1860 Army US Scout’s gun Colt 1860 Army US Scout’s gun
1860 Colt .44 cal., Richards Conversion, serial number 199XXX US marked. The Government purchased 1000 of these and since the Army issued them it is believed US Indian Scouts received them while in service. Great original holster decorated with pony beads. Tacks period to the usage of gun.
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Cowboy Stuff Cowboy Stuff
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Fringed and Quilled War Shirt Fringed and Quilled War Shirt
War Shirt with great fringe and quill work, front is 22” long, cuff to cuff is 54”, shoulders 20” across, bottom at waist is 28”.
Quilled strips are 3” wide, 11” long. Bib is 5 1/2” wide and 4 3/4” long. (Approximate inches)
Great1880s war shirt
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Loads of Moccasins Loads of Moccasins
1870's -1900s Beaded plains moccasins, sinew sewn in various prices
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Old Cowboy Photo Old Cowboy Photo
Colorized photo of a Cowboy in Brown Chaps. Framed 4 1/2" X 6 1/2" More available.
Pawn and newer Silver & Turquoise bracelets Pawn and newer Silver & Turquoise bracelets
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US Colt Artillery with Kopec letter US Colt Artillery with Kopec letter
This Colt has definitely seen all the Indian Wars as stated in Kopec’s letter “ there is no question that the subject revolver #540 had actually served with a Calvary unit during the Indian Wars.”
Later Stated in Kopec’s letter ‘The triggerguard of the subject revolver bears the distinct serial number #4417 was also Ordnance sub-inspecte...