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H: 19.125 in, width: 14 in, Frame height: 23.5 in, Frame width: 21.25 in, frame depth: 1 in
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A term primarily used in the Southwest United States, vaquero (derived from the Spanish word vaca "cow") refers mainly to a working cowboy. The vaquero traditions of horsemanship, equipment, dress attire and language greatly influenced other working cowboys. As extraordinarily skilled horsemen, the vaqueros played a major role in the development and management of the ranching industry in Mexico, as well as the United States.
LLC: C M Russell/ (skull) [On back, TC with lines through it:] 18 1/2 x 21 1/4 [center:] 31 8 0 5 2 A 27(raised)/ # D/-----4-----