|173. J.A. Henckels Sword||Offered at $250.00|
173. J. A. Henckels Sword. This maker is based in Solingen, Germany and has been around for approximately 200 years. Their first trading outlet was established in Berlin in 1818. This example is 37" in overall length. Its blade is fairly narrow and resembles a Rapier style sword. The blade is marked 'J. A. Henckels, Solingen, Germany'. The blade is a dark patina and has a few areas of very lights corrosion. The brass guard and grip is diminutive and was probably made for a lady or a boy. The casting of the guard and grip include fancy motifs. Braided wire grip. Attractive dark patina coloration. Lots of eye appeal! Antique.
|168. Angora Wooly Chaps||Offered at $1,250.00|
168. Unmarked Blonde Angora Wooly Chaps, hand tooled basket-weave design in belt. Early four-hole lace design, 10" of the belt has been replaced so therefor the makers name is absent. 38" overall length. Canvas lined, leather- backed. 95% of the Angora wool is intact. Great lookin' pair!
|167. Angora Wooly Chaps||Offered at $1,750.00|
167. ' C. E. Coggshall, Maker, Miles City, Mont. ' marked Angora Wooly Chaps. Dark brown coloration. 38" overall length, Canvas lined, inside pockets, two-hole lace design, all-original retaining aprox. 70% of its original angora wool. Montana chaps continue to be the highly desirable. Leather- backed, hand tooled basket weave design on belt. There are three distinct ranch brands carved into the leather belt! Very interesting old chaps.
|166. Horse Meas. Cane||Offered at $2,150.00|
166. Presentation Horse Measuring Cane with ' C. P. Shipley, Kansas City, Mo.' Cartouch stamped onto the Alligator Leather. Cane is 38" tall folded up. When extended out to measure a 17 Hands tall horse it is about 70" tall. The folding ruler portion is solid brass and calibrated to 1/4 hands. The cane is covered in alligator hide dyed black in color and is in excellent condition. There is a very attractive bamboo root bulb knob at the end of the handle. Silver presentation plaque has turned a dark patina and reads: " Given To W. E. Atkinson by E. A. Lund Sept. 5, 1946". This is by far the fanciest horse measuring cane I have ever seen!.
|165. Win. R. Sport Sight||Offered at $415.00|
165. Winchester Sporting Rifle Sight, Long Flip-Up Rear, ' 1886 ' marked, very nice.
|164. Win. R. Sport Sight||Offered at $415.00|
164. Winchester Rifle Sporting Sight, Long Flip-Up Rear, ' 1886' marked, very nice- some patina.
|162. Lyman 1 'C' Tang Sight||Offered at $300.00|
162. Lyman 1 'C' Tang Sight for Colt .22 Rifle or Remington No. 6, hard to find. 90%.
|158. Lyman 1 'D' Tang Sight||Offered at $295.00|
158. Lyman 1 'D', 1A style with lock, very nice, starting to patina, for .38-55 or .32-40.
|155. Lyman 'DA' Tang Sight||Offered at $295.00|
155. Lyman 'DA' Tang Sight, 1A style with lock, for Winchester 1894: .25-35, .30-30 or .32WS. 99%.
|153. Marbles 'W1' Tang||Offered at $245.00|
153. Marbles 'W1' Tang Sight, early example, 90%.
|152. Marbles 'W1' Tang||Offered at $245.00|
152. Marbles 'W1' Tang Sight, later style, as-new.
|151. Malcolm Scope||Offered at $2,150.00|
151. Early William Malcolm Rifle Scope, circa 1855-1880. Rare 36" length, .65" tube diameter. Approximately 6-7 power. Clear optics- nice crosshairs. 95% original nickel. Moveable front mount will fit a 3/8th inch dovetail. Rear mount is 6.5" ahead of the eyepiece. Bottom of mount measures .586". Very rare scope for your antique target rifle. Antique.
|134. Vintage Child's Cowboy Boots||Offered at $150.00|
134. Vintage Child's Cowboy Boots, Classic old fancy styling. Leather soles 7" long, overall height is just under 7" to the top of the pull straps. Colors include russet, dark brown and cream. Butterfly motifs on upper fore and aft areas. Very nice overall with some scuffs and moderate wear. Great looking boots- very hard to find early examples. These may date to the 40's.
|133. Child's Cowboy Boots||Offered at $150.00|
133. Vintage Small Child's Cowboy Boots, Inside tag is marked 'Weatherbird Thrift- Weatherized' along with a depiction of a bird. The Peter's Weatherbird Shoe Co. was located in St. Louis. This Company was quite active from the 20's through the 40's. The leather soles of this pair measure 6.25" long, boots are 4.75" high. Very nice condition. Boots are a dark russet color with a yellow tullip on both sides with green leaves. This pair probably made in the 40's.
|106. Parlor-Skeet Game||Offered at $175.00|
106. Parlor-Skeet, A Game, by Parker Brothers. Inc., Salem, Mass.. Complete with original box containing a rubber band powered gun, rubber band powered thrower, ten original Chi-Net paper plates 5" diameter, original instruction sheet and demonstration photo. The 'weapon' is marked 'Frandine-Model B'. Very nice overall condition. Probably a very rare item and a must for any Parker collector.
|105. Ladies Rodeo Fan||Offered at $250.00|
105. Ladies Rodeo Fan from approximately 1920. features a picture of a sylish cowgirl about to mount a white horse ( another pose of this same duo can be found in Elizabeth Flood's COWGIRLS book. Made with hardboard paper with a wooden handle. Advertising on the rear for a Warwick, North Dakota confectionary business named 'The Sugar Bowl'. Excellent condition, 13" by 6".
|103. Trader's Scale||Offered at $195.00|
103. Primitive Frontier Trader's Scale, very old item which was made using a 14.6" hardwood shaft. The hook is hand forged iron. There are two fulcrum points from which to hang this contraption. Calibration marks appear to be inlaid using silver wire. There are 24 markings along the top of the shaft and 60 calibration markings on one side of the shaft. The original counter weight(s) is missing. Very rare, very old and very interesting.
|102. Hide/Fur Traders Scale||Offered at $450.00|
102. Frontier Buffalo Hide/ Fur Traders Scale, very old of cast iron and forged iron components. No makers name is visible. 24" overall length with a weight of 7 pounds. When hung in one position the scale weighs up to 49 pounds, when hung upside down it weighs from 50 to 200 pounds. The dark red enamel paint on the balance weight and the spade shaped hanger platform appears to be original. Very interesting item right out of the heart of Minnesota's old beaver trapping country.
|101.Padlock 101 Ranch||Offered at $125.00|
101. 101 Ranch Padlock with Key, from the famous Miller Bros. 101 Ranch Real Wild West Show. Lock marked '101' on both round side panels which also retain excellent traces of red finish. 60% plus gold finish remains on the outside lock frame. Interesting item. You've heard of Wild West Shows- imagine how much fun a Real Wild West Show might have been.