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Army Mule with Ha...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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23.67 | Unknown | H: 19.125 in, width: 24.125 in, Frame height: 26.5 in, Frame width: 31.5 in | Army Mule with Harness Marks | Gift of The Coe Foundation | This painting probably resulted from Remington's 1896 trip to Texas. Later that year Remington included illustrations of government mules pulling ambulances in the article "The Blue Quail of the Cactus" which he wrote for Harper's Monthly magazine. The markings on this mule's body shows the effect of pulling in harness. | LRC: Frederic Remington/Texas | Book: The Natural Superiority of Mules, by John Hauer, The Lyons Press, Guilford, 2005, page 141 | 23.67.jpg | 23.67.JPG | mule | Texas | Landscape | Painting | oil on canvas | Remington, Frederic

1988.8.661
Winchester Repeating Arms Co...
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1988.8.661 | 1970 | L: 38.5 in, Barrel length: 20 in, H: 6.75 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | [on left side of barrel:] WINCHESTER (registered trademark 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:] LONE START COMMEMORATIVE [on bottom of receiver:] LS10009 [on receiver upper tang:] UNDER SIX FLAGS [on right side of receiver:] (Border of stars) [on left side of receiver:] 1945 (star symbol) 1970 (in border of stars) [on medallion in right side of butt stock:] (pictures of Travis, Crockett, Houston, Austin & Bowie with names under pictures); LONE STAR; COMMEMORATIVE; R.B. | Gold plated receiver, forearm tip, and butt plate; Right side of butt stock has a good number of dents. There is no written record for this object. | Winchester Model 1894 Lone Star Commemorative Carbine | LS10009 | 1988.8.661v2.jpg | 1988.8.661v1.jpg | commemorative | Texas | firearm | steel | wood | carbine | Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT

1988.8.491
Winchester Repeating Arms Co...
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1988.8.491 | 1970 | L: 44.375 in, Barrel length: 25.375 in, H: 6.75 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | Patterned after the early Winchester lever action repeaters carried by the frontiersmen who pioneered and settled the nation's western states, the Lone Star firearms commemorated two important dates in Texas history: the 125th anniversary of its annexation to the United States and the 100th anniversary of its readmittance into the Union, following the War between the States. Sale of the Texas commemoratives, which were issued in limited edition, provided a royalty of $90,385 to Game Conservation International, popularly known as Game Coin, for use in conservation research and to provide more game for the sportsmen of Texas (Barnes: 1980). | [on left side of barrel:] WINCHESTER (registered trademark 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:] LONE STAR COMMEMORATIVE [on bottom of receiver:] LS2X [on receiver upper tang:] UNDER SIX FLAGS [on right side of receiver:] (border of stars) [on left side of receiver 1845 (star symbol) 1970 [in border of stars) [on medallion in right side of butt stock:] (pictures of Travis, Crockett, Houstin, Austin & Bowie with names under pictures); LONE STAR; COMMEMORATIVE; R.B. | Re-accessioned JMH 5-3-93; gold plated receiver, forearm tip and butt plate | Winchester Model 94 Lone Star Commemorative Rifle | 30-30 | LS2X | 1988.8.491v1.jpg | 1988.8.491v2.jpg | commemorative | Texas | firearm | wood | steel | rifle | Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT

1.69.4970.1
Gist, Inc., Placerville, CA ...
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1.69.4970.1 | 1995 | L: 4.25 Inches, W: 3.5 Inches, D: .5 Inches | Gift of Triple N Ranch and Nan McHalek Creel of Trinidad, Texas in thanksgiving for Edward McHalek | GREAT AMERICAN/ TEXAS TO MONTANA/ 95/ OFFICIAL COWBOY/ CATTLE DRIVE | Oval belt buckle with silver and gold overlay. Edge is trimmed in stars, inscription at top and bottom. Silver oval in center with silver and gold scrolled floral design. Inscription at top, center and bottom of silver. Longhorn steer symbol in center. Backside has a diagonal scrolled design with circular smooth makers mark in the center. Curved gold post and bar for belt also on back. | 1.69.4970.1.jpg | longhorn | Texas | Montana | cattle drive | belt buckle | sterling silver | metal | Gist, Inc., Placerville, CA

1988.8.493.1
Winchester Repeating Arms Co...
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1988.8.493.1 | 1973 | overall length: 34.125 in, Barrel length: 15.5 in, case length: 40 in, case width: 10 in, case height: 3.75 in, medallion diameter: 2.625 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | One of the nation's most renowned law enforcement services, the Texas Rangers, celebrated its 150th anniversary in 1973 and Winchester honored this outstanding group of Texans by issuing a limited edition of 5,000 Texas Ranger Commemorative Model 94 rifles. These firearms, sanctionned by the Texas Ranger Commemorative Commission, were available only in the state of Texas (Barnes: 1966). | Carbine 1988.8.493.1; walnut case 1988.8.493.2; and round acrylic medallion inside case 1988.8.493.3. The felt on the bottom of the walnut case is peeling away from the edges. Ref. Flayderman: this gun is in a walnut case. | Winchester Texas Ranger Commemorative Model 94 | RA5X | 1988.8.493v1.jpg | 1988.8.493v2.jpg | prototype | Texas | commemorative | police department | firearm | walnut | center fire | metal | carbine | Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT