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Cowboy Paint by Number set

This Cowboy paint by number set in its original unopened box is one of the Barnes and Noble “You’re The Artist” series of six produced in 2004. 13" x 11" canvas is composed of a cowboy on a bucking bronco out in the Arizona desert surrounded by saguaro cactus and other desert plants. Set includes the canvass marked with the paint number for each segment, 13 acrylic paints sealed in little numbered paint pots, 2 brushes, a picture frame, and the book “Paint by Numbers – The Many Colors of a Cultural Phenomenon” by Larry Rubin. Box bottom shows photos of all six canvases in the series, plus the book cover, and has a transparent plastic window for viewing the paint pots and brushes. Top of the bright red box depicts the partially completed colorful cowboy painting. Box is unopened and in near perfect condition with one ripple at the top left corner of the box bottom. If you’ve never done a paint by number canvas before, give this one a try. Hours of fun for older children and/or adults. Enjoy! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Copper huaso hat

This decorative vintage copper huaso hat from Chili is 8-3/4" in diameter with a 1" tall x 3" diameter crown. And before you start sending me emails saying that this is a gaucho hat, I’ll admit you may be right, but there seems to be a dispute as to whether Chilean cowboys are actually gauchos. Argentinian cowboys are gauchos, Brazilian cowboys are often called gauchos, but a lot of people insist that Chilean cowboys are huasos. A lot of other people keep talking about Chilean gauchos. Okay, whatever. I don’t want to get into the middle of a cultural argument, so you’re welcome to call this hat by whichever name you choose! Although unmarked as to maker, it’s definitely from Chile because the emblem on its crown is the Chilean coat of arms, consisting of a condor, the strongest bird of the Chilean skies, and a huemul, the most distinctive animal of Chile, flanking a shield containing a single 5-pointed star. The naval crowns on their heads symbolize Chile’s maritime renown. A crest consisting of three feathers sits atop the shield. These feathers were historically what the Presidents of the Republic placed in their hats to distinguish themselves. The official coat of arms has a motto below: “Por la razón o por la fuerza”, Spanish for “By reason or by force.” This one simply says “Recuerdo de Chile” (“I remember Chile”). The crown is surrounded by a braided copper band. The brim features a guitar, a horse head, a lariat, a horseshoe, two stirrups, and several sheafs of wheat. On the back is a hanging loop. Excellent vintage condition with one small dent at the edge of the crown and another on the brim. Makes a striking wall hanging, not to mention a great conversation piece, especially if the conversation turns to gaucho vs. huaso! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $50.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Dale Evans - “Queen of the West”

View-Master 3-reel set featuring the adventures of Dale Evans, “Queen of the West,” and wife of Roy Rogers, “King of the Cowboys.” Reel 944-A is entitled “Outlaws in Stripes.” Reel 944-B is entitled “Dynamite for Dale.” Reel 944-C is entitled “Jailbreak.” All three reels are typeset, carry the Sawyer’s name, and are © 1955. Reels come in a blue and white Sawyer’s sleeve inside their original Sawyer’s mailer whose front features a photo of Dale, her horse Buttermilk, and her dog Bullet. Those of us who grew up in the 1950s remember Roy Rogers and Dale Evans as the singing husband & wife duo of the Roy Rogers TV series from 1951-1957 (“Happy trails to you until we meet again.”), but they also starred together in numerous movies. Their names are so closely linked that everyone tends to assume that they were “always” married. But no! Come to find out, Dale was Roy’s third wife and Roy was Dale’s fourth husband! Who knew??? Nevertheless, they were married for 51 years before Roy’s death in 1998 at age 86. Just goes to show you, never give up! Be sure to see our Roy Rogers 3-reel set listed immediately below. Don’t have a View-Master viewer? No problem! We’ve got several viewers for you to choose from. Tell a friend.

Price: $18.95 - includes shipping to anywhere in the U.S.A.

 

   only 1 available

 

Roy Rogers - “King of the Cowboys”

View-Master 3-reel set featuring the adventures of Roy Rogers, “King of the Cowboys.” Reel 948-A is entitled “Arrowhead Gold,” Reel 948-B is entitled “Ghost Riders,” and Reel 948-C is entitled “Uranium Fever.” All three reels are typeset, carry the Sawyer’s name, and are © 1958 Roy Rogers Frontiers, Inc. 5-panel fold-out story folder tells the full stories of the 21 reel scenes. Reels (in their Sawyer’s blue and white sleeve) and story folder come in their original Sawyer’s mailer whose front pictures Roy and his horse Trigger coming to the aid of a damsel in distress. Don’t have a View-Master viewer? No problem! We’ve got several viewers for you to choose from. Tell a friend.

Price: $19.95 - includes shipping to anywhere in the U.S.A.

** SOLD **

 

The Lone Ranger in “Mystery Rustler”

View-Master 3-reel set featuring the adventures of The Lone Ranger, the popular TV western starring Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels that ran from 1949 - 1957. Reel 1 (962-A), Reel 2 (962-B), and Reel 3 (962-C) are all entitled “The Lone Ranger in ‘Mystery Rustler’.” All three reels are typeset, carry the Sawyer’s name, and are © 1956 The Lone Ranger Inc. 5-panel fold-out details the 21 reel scenes and tells the story of how “The Lone Ranger and Tonto ride again to solve the mystery of the vanishing herds!” Reels (each in a Sawyer’s blue and white single reel sleeve) come in their original Sawyer’s packet no. 465 whose front features a photo of The Lone Ranger on a rearing Silver with Tonto and Scout in the background. Don’t have a View-Master viewer? No problem! We’ve got several viewers for you to choose from. And a haunting Hi Ho Silver to all! Tell a friend.

Price: $19.95 - includes shipping to anywhere in the U.S.A.

 

   only 1 available

 

Life With the Cowboys - The Rodeo

View-Master Reel 940: Life With the Cowboys – The Rodeo U.S.A. Reel is typeset, carries the Sawyer’s name, and is © 1951 Sawyer’s Inc. Comes in a Sawyer’s blue and white sleeve. Don’t have a View-Master viewer? No problem! We’ve got several viewers for you to choose from. Tell a friend.

Price: $8.95 - includes shipping to anywhere in the U.S.A.

 

   only 1 available

 

Utah pin tray

This coppertone Utah pin tray measures 7-7/8" x 5-1/4" x 1/4" tall. Center portion features the Mormon Temple and Tabernacle, the State Capitol, a covered wagon, and a stagecoach driving through the mountains. Rim depicts a cowboy, a fish, a pheasant, and flowers, with “Utah” at the top edge. Great vintage condition with no dents or dings and a lovely patinated surface. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 includes shipping to anywhere in the U.S.

 

   only 1 available

 

Wyoming pin tray

This coppertone Wyoming pin tray measures 6-1/8" x 4-5/8" x 1/4" tall. Center portion says “Wyoming” and depicts Yellowstone National Park and a cowboy on a bucking bronco, all surrounded by bears, penguins (penguins??), the State Capitol, a stagecoach, Devils Tower, a moose, the Rocky Mountains, a fish, an Indian Chief, a waterfall, and a tree. Good vintage condition with a lovely patinated surface, some waviness to the metal, and a small split at the upper left edge. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 includes shipping to anywhere in the U.S.

 

   only 1 available

 

Las Vegas, NV souvenir spoon

This is a vintage 4-1/2" silvertone Las Vegas souvenir spoon with a pair of dangling dice hanging in a cut-out shield at the top of the stem. The spoon bowl is etched with “Las Vegas” and “Golden Strip,” as well as figures of a cowboy, a roulette wheel, an airplane, etc. Unmarked stem back. Good condition with no dents, dings, or pitting. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $8.00 includes s/h to anywhere in the U.S.

 

  only 1 available

 

Texas silver plated souvenir spoon

This is an elaborate 4-7/8" silver plated souvenir spoon of Texas. Stem top is a sculptured cowboy on a rearing horse, underneath which is a coiled lariat and crossed rifles followed by a buffalo, a covered wagon, and an Indian. Spoon bowl says “Texas” and features an outline of the state’s boundaries with the Texas Star and a longhorn steer’s head. Spoon has developed a patina that we have made no attempt to clean off. Great vintage condition with no dents or dings. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $20.00 includes s/h to anywhere in the U.S.

** SOLD **

 

Wyoming souvenir spoon

This is a vintage 3-3/8" silvertone Wyoming souvenir spoon that features a colorful enamel shield at the top of the stem saying “Wyoming” and picturing a bucking horse and cowboy. The bowl is etched with both pictures (roadrunner, bear, star, and what might be Old Faithful) and place names: Yellowstone Park, Wyoming, Casper, Rawlins, and Cheyenne. Back is stamped “Japan.” Great condition with no dents or dings, but a couple of discolored spots around the inset shield where the glue seeped out. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $8.00 includes s/h to anywhere in the U.S.

** SOLD **

 

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