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Hickok and Cody
Ross, Thom | Painting | acry...
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12.98.2 | 1998 | H: 48 in, width: 60 in, Frame height: 50.25 in, Frame width: 62 in | Hickok and Cody | Gift of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Weiss | Left: Wild Bill (James Butler Hickok, 1837-1876) Wild Bill, a gunfighter, lawman, and scout, was usually mild-mannered and courteous; when aroused he was deadly, supposedly never missing a target with his ever-present pair of Colt 1851 Navy revolvers. Right: Buffalo Bill (William Frederick Cody, 1846-1917) Before Buffalo Bill began his international career as a showman in 1882, he trapped, mined, scouted, rode Pony Express, soldiered, hunted buffalo, guided and drove a stage. | label on verso: ALLISON/BEEMAN FINE ARTS SERVICES, INC./ 55 S. Atlantic, Suite 407/ Seattle, WA 98134/ phone 206-682-8580/ fax 202-621-7577 [right side of the label joined together:] AB [round white label llc in red:] 61 | ulc: Ross | 12.98.2.jpg | 12.98.2.jpg | 12.98.2.jpg | 12.98.2.jpg | 12.98.2.jpg | 12.98.2.web.jpg | Hickok, James Butler "Wild Bill" | Cody, W.F. | Painting | acrylic on canvas | Ross, Thom

Winchester Repeating Arms Co...
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1988.8.444 | 1977 | L: 34.25 in, Barrel length: 16 in, H: 7.25 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | Lawmen of the rough-and-tumble era of the early American West were honored in 1978 with a special edition firearm--the Legendary Lawmen Model 94 Carbine. Limited to fewer than 20,000 in number, the lever-action carbine pays tribute to lawmen such as Bat Masterson, Wyatt Earp, Pat Garrett, Wild Bill Hickok. (Barnes 1880). | [on left side of barrel:] WINCHESTER - (registered trade mark symbol) - MODEL 94 30-30 WIN.; MADE IN NEW HAVEN, CONN. U.S.A. WINCHESTER PROOF STEEL [on top of barrel:] (letter P over letter W) (encircled) (proof mark) [on right side of barrel:] LEGENDARY LAWMEN [on bottom of receiver:] LL01068 [on receiver upper tang:] MODEL 1894; WINCHESTER [on medallion in right side of butt stock:] (picture of sheriff standing on Main street)(inside sheriff's star) [on right side of receiver:] MARSHALL (in star); LEGENDARY LAWMEN; (picture of marshall with rifle on horse) [on left side of receiver:] (picture of marshall with rifle on horse bringing in a prisoner) | The carbine features a 16-inch Trapper barrel, popular with lawmen in the early West. The receiver has an antique silver finish engraved on both sides with scenes of peace officers in action. A marshall's badge and a lawman astride his galloping mount adorn the receiver's right side; on the left side is a lawman riding back through town with an outlaw in tow. A nickel-silver medallion is inlaid in the buttstock. Within the outline of a lawman's badge, the medallion portrays a sheriff, gun poised and ready to draw, standing on the main street of a typical western town. The packaging sleeve shows a color montage of Western lawmen working to keep the peace on the frontier. Re-accessioned 4-28-93, JMH; Silver plated receiver. no written record for this firearm. | Winchester Legendary Lawmen Model 94 | LL01068 | 1988.8.444v1.jpg | 1988.8.444v2.jpg | Masterson, Bat | Earp, Wyatt S. | Garrett, Pat | commemorative | Hickok, James Butler "Wild Bill" | firearm | wood | steel | carbine | Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT