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Buffalo Bill Museum

Descriptions
leather 2024 black 554 pull tabs heel 3
Names
cowboy boots 12
Subjects
crossed sabre motif diamonds 119 Leaf 76 inset dots 30
Date:
ca. 1935
Dimensions:
H: 14 in, L: 10.875 in, width: 4 in
Credit Line:
Gift of Betty Waldron
Inscription:
Outer tab embroidered in orange: JUSTIN/BOOTS/SINCE 1879/FT. WORTH/TEXAS.
Remarks:
Cowboy boots, men'. Plain black leagher foot with rounded toe, black leather shaft with inset crossed sabre motif in white at center front and inset white diamonds with inset red dots around upper edge, stitched leaf designs on shafts in variegated red, yellow, and green thread; hand lasted leather sole with stacked leather riding heel, black cloth pull tabs sewn inside shafts, outer tab embroidered in orange. Circa 1935. Belonged to Billy Howell, pioneer dude rancher and hunter who built up Crossed Sabres Ranch on the North Fork.
Accession Number:
1.69.971

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