Brown, Forman & Co. Whiskey Serving Tray Rare tin tray, "Guarding a Good Thing in Arizona" Old Forester Whiskey. Western themed, round advertising tray depicting a man in a straw sombrero shooting a revolver and watching over his case of Kentucky Whiskey. Chas. W. Shonk Litho, Chicago. Overall very good with some scratches and slight fade. 12" diameter.
Jennings Sun Chief Slot Machine. A nice console floor model "Sun Chief" lighted 10 cent slot machine. A distinctive Native American bust in bronze sits prominently on the front. Lighted plastic panels on each side. 64" tall x 23" wide, by 18" deep, weighs over 150 pounds. All original, working. Circa 1940.
Edward H. Bohlin Tooled Leather Dice Mat. Floral tooled leather framing a Navajo textile "mat", decorated with engraved silver stars. The leather cups nestle into horseshoes over tooled "SG" brands. Cups and dice included. The leather is stamped with Bohlin's shield mark on each horseshoe and with the large saddle style shield on the reverse. Overall 28" x 20". Provenance: From the Estate of Snuff Garrett.
Early Saloon Nude Painting Oil on canvas 36" x 24" Framed to 44" x 32" In the style of the early western artists of the west coast such as A.D.M. Cooper. Well-done with nice lighting. Old canvas stretched over newer boards. Age cracking, but still in very good overall condition. In elegant gold molding.
Large Dice Gambling lot including: two chuck-a-lucks, one marked "MFG BY / MASON & CO / NEWARK, N.J."; one Chicago Cube Game with three, six sided dice, three leather dice cups and a wooden dice cup and a hazard cup, and various types of small, medium, and large dice, some in their original packaging. Includes, Acme, poker, anchor, etc. Brian Lebel's Old West Auction, June 11, 2016. Est. $1,000-1,600.
Tom Mix Presentation Longhorns A fine wall mount Longhorn set with engraved silver TM monogram in the center. 59" overall from tip to tip. The center leather is 15" across. The tag on reverse reads, "J.M. Hays Wood Product's Company - Jefferson City, Mo." Said to have been presented to Tom at The American Royal in Kansas City.
Wells Fargo Call Cards, Sign and Rare Scale. 3 Wells Fargo & Co. Express artifacts: a) Pair of double sided cardboard Wells Fargo call cards, 1913. Each 14" square, one with metal bound edge. b) Single Sided Porcelain / metal Wells Fargo red, white and blue call card, 21” x 21”, circa 1913. Chips at holes. c) A very scarce and all-original Wells Fargo platform scale, 1907. With weights, good gold paint remains on front "Wells Fargo & Company Express" Size with weights, 19" x 17" x 6"
Winchester Store Advertising Clock. A very rare Winchester Store item. Colorful trademark face with lightning logo. 12" diameter white face. Manufactured by famous clock maker, Seth Thomas. Eight-day pendulum movement. The maker's label with instructions are still clearly visible inside pendulum chamber (this glass has been replaced). Oak cabinet, overall 24" tall by 14" wide. Condition: Clock functions but does not keep accurate time.
Three Miles City, Montana Seltzer Bottles. All full size (11 1/2" tall) Etched glass bottles. a) Green, "W H Bullard - Miles City Mont." with Miles City Bottling Works cap. b) Blue, "M W Milligan - Miles City Mont." with Coca Cola Bott Co. cap. c) Clear, Louis Bach - Miles City Mont" in horseshoe with Miles City Bottling Works cap. All 11 1/2" overall. Provenance: From the Estate of Thomas W. Lorimer.
1906 Floor Model National Cash Register. Massive and impressive floor model, turn-of-the-century cash register by National, Dayton, Ohio. Model 500 series, brass and oak commercial register mounted atop the original 6 drawer storage cabinet. Made for the Price Shoe and Clothing Co. Raton, New Mexico. Stands 65 1/2" tall overall, register is 30" with the handle, and 21" deep. Serial #505732, 5/18/06.
Reward Poster! Lovelock, Nevada. Authentic, early 20th century reward poster. “$150 Reward! Stolen from the Pleasant Valley Ranch (Formerly Known as the Miller Ranch, 60 Miles Southeast of Winnemucca). Humboldt County, Nevada”. Poster for stolen cowboy articles on the evening of November 30, 1911, including a G. S. Garcia Saddle, Silver mounted spurs, hackamore, hair rope and quirt, and oh yeah, and a horse too. 12" x 9", edges chipped, museum mounted in frame.
A very popular game in old west saloons, Keno has outlasted many games. This lot includes a 22 1/2” tall goose, circa 1880s balls, an extra set of wooden balls, 5 Keno cards (2 Mason, 3 Evans), and a Keno ball board (15" x 9"). Brian Lebel's Old West Auction, June 11, 2016. Est. $600-900.