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1.69.875 | ca. 1890 | Stamped on each side below seat: ____ Samorrison/Omaha, Neb. | Dark leather A-frame saddle with basket weave stamping, unpadded seat, double rigging, metal stirrups, square skirt. | 1.69.875.jpg | 1.69.875.jpg | basket weave | saddle | stirrups | leather | metal | Collins and Morrison, Omaha, Nebraska

powder flask | brass
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1.69.400.6 | ca. 1850 | L: 8 in, bottom width: 3.25 in | Brass powder flask, basket weave design. Brass charger. Probably made by Geo. and J.W. Hawksley, Sheffield, England | 1.69.400.6.JPG | basket weave | powder flask | brass

spurs | silver | steel | row...
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1.69.975 | ca. 1920 | spur length: 7 in, spur width: 3 in | Gift of Betty Waldron | Stamped on each spur: Crossed Sabres design | Pair of steel spurs, silver inlaid, small rowls and basket weave stamping, heel straps. Belonged to Billy Howell, pioneer dude rancher in Cody area. Built Crossed Sabres Ranch on Northfork. | 1.69.975.jpg | basket weave | spurs | silver | steel | rowls

Anasazi | pot
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1.67.537 | H: 5.5 in, Diameter: 6.75 in | Credit line: Gift of The Coe Foundation, Description: Anasazi coil pot, pre-historic pinch construction with a basket-weave appearance. Condition: Most of lip broken off. Origin: Original studio collection of artist Frederic S. Remington. Was originally mistakenly accessioned into the PIM collection as NA.106.406 | 1.67.537.JPG | basket weave | pot | Anasazi

saddle | sheepskin | dark br...
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1.69.24 | ca. 1880 | H: 16.5 in, L: 24.25 in | Gift of Dorothy Stone Collins in memory of her father, Fred Stone, actor and friend of Annie Oakley and Frank Butler. | On cantle: OAKLEY | Saddle, dark brown leather worn to medium brown on seat, basket weave tooling on swell, seat and as an ornamental border on jockeys, skirts and fenders, tooled floral and leaf design on cantle with lettering: OAKLEY; loops for trick riding hand holds on either side of swell, plain round nickle-silver conchos on either side of swell and rear of cantle; double rig set-up; wood stirrups with brass strip on outside and leather foot; sheepskin underpad. The saddle was used by Annie Oakley in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show and was given by her to Dorothy Stone when she was about 12 years old (1922) | 1.69.24.JPG | 1.69.24.jpg | Leaf | floral | basket weave | saddle | sheepskin | dark brown | wood | brass | leather

frame saddle | rope | tin | ...
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3.78.47 | Gift of the artist's heirs, W.H.D. Koerner, III and Ruth Koerner Oliver. | Stamped on pommel: S.J. Haines Co./Marked/Dillon Mont. | Description: A frame saddle with fork pommel and cantle, fender straps run through stirrups, tin covered wooden stirrups. Stamped with basket weave design, square skirt. Twisted rope tied to pommel on right side. Origin: Where- Personal studio collection of artist, W.H.D. Koerner. When- May, 1977 (Materials received - 1978) | 3.78.47.jpg | 3.78.47v3.jpg | 3.78.47v2.jpg | basket weave | frame saddle | rope | tin | wood