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001ow: 1868 Pioneer West. Authentic wood engraving from the front page of an 1868 Harper's Weekly. Shows people at work on their log cabins. 
11x16 in. $50



003ow: 1871 Western Migration. Two antique hand-colored views of the way West published in an 1871 issue of Harper's Weekly. One view shows a wagon being pulled accross and up a canyon and the second shows westerners carrying the mail. 
11x16 in. $50



004ow: 1874 Staging in the Far West. Antique, four hand-colored scenes from the far West. Engravings accompanied by text. From an 1874 issue of Harper's Weekly. 11x16 in. $50



005ow: 1873 Western Settlers Battling Indians. Hand colored engraving shows settlers being attacked by Indians. Published in an 1870 issue of Harper's Weekly. 
11x16 in. $50


006ow: 1890 Mr. Jones Adventure. This handcolored engraving shows a cowboy shooting a buffalo who is charging him as he ropes a calf. This genuine antique print is from the July, 1890 edition of Harper's Weekly. size 11x16 in. $50


008ow: 1874 Western Pioneer Emigration Scenes. Four hand colored engravings on one page from the Jan. 24, 1874 issue of Harper's Weekly. Each image shows a typical scene in the lives of emigrants moving west: 1) In the emigrant train; 2) Switched Off (shows a group of emigrants at a rural train station, waiting for a connecting train); 3) Building the Log Cabin; and 4) Laying the Fences. 11x16 in. $50



009ow: 1887 Zogbaum: Mail on the Western Prairie. Hand colored engraving by R.F. Zogbaum, from the April 23, 1887 issue of Harper's Weekly. Title is "The Prairie Letterbox." Shows a man on horseback stopping at a mailbox on the prairie, to deliver a letter. 11x16 in. $80


013ow: 1880 Scenes in the American West. Hand colored engraving from the Illustrated London News, showing people and scenery in the American far West. Includes views of Colorado miners, African American immigrants in Kansas, and pioneers camping on the prairie. 11x16 in. $60


017ow: 1887 West: Indians, Cowboys in Winter. Hand colored engraving by H.F. Farny, from Harper's Weekly. Title is "Suspicious Guests." Shows a group of cowboys gathered around a campfire, watching warily as an Indian approaches them. 
16x22 in. $100



018ow: Old Rare 1863 Western Map. This is a fascinating map. It was published by A.J. Johnson in Johnson's Family Atlas of 1863. The full title of the map is "Johnson's California, Utah, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona." Arizona extends westward into what is now the southern tip of Nevada. The routes of various western exploring parties are shown throughout the map, as well as pony express trails and the route of the proposed railroad across the southwest to California. The names of Indian tribes appear in the areas where they lived. This map has original hand coloring and is in very good condition, with only a small repair that reinforces the centerfold at the lower portion of the map. 
18x26 in. $350



019ow: 1886 An Apache Raid. This hand colored engraving shows a settler family being led away by Apaches at gunpoint with a house burning in the background. This geinuine antique print is from the June, 1886 edition of Frank Leslie's Illustrated. size: 11x16 in. $80



020ow: 1885 "Hands Up"-an incident of travel on the plains. This hand colored double page print shows a family traveling by stage coach being held up by masked bandits. This genuine antique print if from the August, 1885 edition of Harper's Weekly. size: 11x16 in. $100



021ow: 1885: Story illustration by artist R. Caton Woodville. This beautiful hand colored engraving is from the cover of the June 1885 edition of Harper's Weekly. The illustration is from the serial "Maruja" and is titled: "The Long Detaching Rings Again Writhed in Mid-Air and Softly Descended as He Thundered Past." size: 11x16 in. $60



022ow: 1879: Sketches In The Territories of the United States. This hand colored engraving shows 4 views: Indian Manners and Customs, A Wayside Hut, a Dug Out and Dinner Time = "Now Then". This genuine antique print is from the June, 1879 edition of The Graphic. size: 11x16 in. $60



023ow: 1888: The Cattle Industry in The Far West. This beautiful hand colored engraving shows two views: Corraling Beef Steers for Market and , In a Camp with a "Round-Up" Suppertime. This genuine antique print is from the November, 1888 edition of Frank Leslies Illustrated Newspaper. size: 11x16 in. $80



024ow: 1890: Sketches on a Journey to California in the Overland Train. Eight hand colored engravings showing: Oakes Ames pyramid-highest point on the road, Nevada stage coach, emigrant camp-Omaha Nebraska, rusultant type of scenery in Nebraska, resultant type in Nevada, Piute Squaw-Humboldt Nevada, American Indians according to an English tourists camera, Echo Canyon Utah-first glimpse of Mormondom and Shoshones selling trinkets-Utah.This unique print is from the March, 1890 edition of Harper's Weekly. size: 16x22 in. $150



025ow: 1882: Very Scarce engraving from the German edition of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 1882. During the winter of 1882, Jesse James tried to buy a small farm in Nebraska. But in April, he was short of cash. Jesse recruited Bob and Charlie Ford to help him rob the Platte City bank. The Ford brothers posed as cousins of Jesse James, actually weren't related at all. The $10,000 reward on Jesse James proved too appealing. While Jesse stood on a chair in the family home at 1318 Lafayette Street in St. Joseph to dust and straighten a picture, Bob and Charlie Ford drew their guns. Bob Ford put and end to the Jesse James Legend with a single bullet to the back of the head on April 3, 1882. The Ford brothers attempted to collect the reward. Instead, they were charged with murder. They were sentenced to hang, but were pardoned by Governor Tom Crittenden. This print is in excellent condition. size 11X16. $250



200ow: RARE Old West Cowboy Scene: Breaking Camp. Hand colored engraving from the Oct. 2, 1880 issue of Harper's Weekly, titled "Among the Cow-Boys. Breaking Camp." Cowboys are shown readying their horses for a long day of riding, and packing up their belongings. 11x16 in. $80




201ow:RARE Old West Lynch Mob Scene. Hand colored, engraved scene from the April 2, 1892 Illustrated London News, titled "Cornered At Last." A desperate man is shown against the wall of a cabin in the West, where he has been chased by an angry mob. One member of the crowd is waving a rope in the air, presumably intending to lynch the man. 
16x22 in. $120




202ow:
C.1860 Johnson's Washington, Oregon and Idaho hand colored engraved map.
18 x 14 in. $180



203ow: 1891 Old West Army Scenes. Four hand-colored engravings from Harper's Weekly, showing the experiences of U.S. Army soldiers in the old west. Title is "On the Roll of Honor." Scenes include 1) a sergeant fighting with a deserter; 2) a soldier confronting Oklahoma boomers; 3) soldiers rescuing a drowning comrade; and 4) Black solders defending an army wagon against an attack by outlaws. 11x16 in. $70



204ow: 1867 Map: Dakota, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Etc. Beautiful, hand-colored map from the 1867 edition of Johnson's Family Atlas, titled "Johnson's Nebraska, Dakota, Idaho and Montana." Dakota is shown as one large territory, not yet divided into North and South. Wyoming is delineated, named and colored separately, but its name does not appear in the map title. On the Wyoming area, the word "Wyoming" is written in light letters. The other states are labeled in large black letters. Wyoming is oddly shaped, with a somewhat warped western border. Railroad, mail and Pony Express routes are marked. The names of Indian tribes are shown in the areas where they lived. 18x26 in. $300





205ow: 1884: Cowboy Convention, St. Louis Missouri. This hand colored, wood-engraved print is from the December 6, 1884 issue of Harper's Weekly. The print is titled "First National Convention of Cattle-Men at St. Louis." It contains four scenes, each with its own caption: 1) "The Convention in Session;" 2) "Parade of the Mackerel Guards;" 3) "Souvenir Medal Presented by the Citizens to the Delegates;" and 4) School Children Presenting a Drum to the Cow-Boy Band."
Very good condition.
11x16 in. $60



206ow: 1880 Print: Western Pioneers at Home.
This hand colored, wood-engraved print is from the Sept. 11, 1880 issue of Harper's Weekly. The print is titled "The Settler's First Home in the Far West." It shows a pioneer family outside their cabin, with a lake in the distance. This print is in excellent condition. Size is 11x16 in. $60



207ow: 1889 Zogbaum Western Cavalry Horse Print. This hand colored, wood-engraved print is from the Sept. 28, 1889 issue of Harper's Weekly. The print is titled "Cavalry on the March--Danger Ahead." It shows a group of US Army Cavalry men on horseback, riding through the dry Southwestern countryside. This print is in excellent condition. 16x22 in. $100


209ow: 1880 Among The Cowboys- Betting on the Bull Fight. This hand colored engraving shows a group of cowboys betting on two bulls who have moved away from the herd to decide who is in charge. This genuine antique print is from the November, 1880 edition of Harper's Weekly.
11x22 in. $80



212ow: Make up man is applying lip stick before the cowboy makes his movie appearance. Good view of 10 gallon hat and revolver. Signed in plate "Norman Rockwell" Hollywood. From The Saturday Evening Post dated May 24, 1930. size: 10x14 in. $80


213ow: Hand colored engraving from the April 4, 1891 issue of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Caption reads, An Impromptu Affair - A Bull Fight on the Plains. Drawn by Dan Smith. 11x16 in. $60


215ow: 1873 Western Pioneers on the Plains. Nicely hand colored steel engraving from Picturesque America, an 1873 book about American scenery. Title is "Emigrants Crossing the Plains." Shows a train of pioneers in their covered wagons, with cattle and horses, moving across the rolling hills of the Midwestern prairie. 9x12 in. $50


218ow: Beautiful hand colored engraving from the February 2, 1878 issue of Harper's Weekly. Image captioned, Wagon Trains at Helena, Montana. 11x16 in. $150


219ow: Six Oklahoma Territory views. Hand colored wood engravings by Rufus Zogbaum, from the April 13, 1889 issue of Harper's Weekly. Images showing: Taylor's Springs, near Guthrie; Near the Cimarron; Crossing on the Canadian; A Chase after Boomers; An Oklahoma Well; and Mail Relay House. 11x16 in. $80


227ow: Image of cowboys riding horseback through a plain. Beautiful hand colored engraved image titled, "The Punchers," drawn by Frederic Remington. Shows scene of cowboys riding on horseback. 11 x 16in. $80



228ow: 1874 Picture of cowboys socializing in a Southwestern Town on a Saturday afternoon. Vibrantly hand colored engraved image titled,"A Saturday Noon in a Southwestern Town," drawn by Frenzeny and Tavernier from Harper's Weekly.
11 x 16in. $60


229ow: 1879 Images of cowboys in different territories of the United States. Beautifully hand colored engraved images titled, "Sketches in the Territories of the United States," drawn by C.S. Peach from The Graphic.
11 x 16in. $50


230ow: Image of antelopes being chased on the plains. Gorgeous hand colored engraved image titled, "Antelope-Hunting on the Plain," drawn by Maurand. 11 x 16in. $50




232ow: 1885 Image of two cowboys leading troops on a hot trail. Beautifully hand colored engraved image titled, "On a Hot Trail," drawn by T. de Thulstrup from Harper's Weekly.
11 x 16in. $50



233ow: Picture of Indians having a discussion with Army Soldiers in front of their tent. Elegantly hand colored engraved image titled, "An Appeal For Justice," drawn by Frederic Remington from Harper's Weekly. 11 x 16in. $50



235ow: 1884 Pictures of many different scenes of buffalo hunting. Elegantly hand colored engraved images titled, "Buffalo Hunting," drawn by Berghaus from Harper's Weekly. 11 x 16in. $50


237ow: 1882 Picture of Colorado cow-boys relaxing in a dug out. Gorgeous hand colored engraved image titled, "The Cow-Boys of Colorado-Life in a Dug-Out," drawn by W. A. Rogers from Harper's Weekly.
11 x 16in. $80


238ow: 1878 Image of cowboys tackling a huge herd of cattle. Beautifully hand colored engraved image titled in German, " Transport von hornvieh vom ludweftlidjen hanlas nadi dem often." 11 x 11in. $30



240ow: 1883 Image of Crow Indians dancing around the campfire. Beautifully hand colored engraved image titled, "A Dance of Crow Indians," drawn by Farny from Harper's Weekly.
11 x 16in. $80


244ow: 1871 Map of the Route of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Elegantly hand colored engraved image titled, "The Northern Pacific Railroad System," from Harper's Weekly. 11 x 16in. $40


245ow: 1882 Images of winter scenes of cowboys and indians on the plains. Beautifully hand colored engraved image titled, "Winter Life on the Plains," drawn by P. Frenzeny from Harper's Weekly.
11 x 16in. $50


 

247ow: 1887 Picture of a horse auction on the Frontier. Elegantly hand colored engraved image titled, "A Horse Auction on the Frontier," drawn by R.F. Zogbaum from Harper's Weekly. 11 x 16in. $80

 

251ow: 1887 Picture of soldiers escorting a paymaster. Beautiful full page hand colored engraved image titled, "With a Paymaster's Escort," from drawn by Zogbaum from Harper's Weekly.
22 x 16in. $ 120



252ow: Image of indians talking to a soldier regarding a skeleton. Elegant full page hand colored engraved image titled, "The Last Token." 22 x 16in. $90


253ow: Picture of soldiers in front of a log cabin during the winter. Beautiful full page hand colored engraved image titled, " Oo-Yah!" drawn by Frederic Remington. 22 x 16in. $90



243indn:
1875 Color lithograph titled, "Toro-Mucho, Chief of a Band of Kioways," from the Colorado Exploring Expedition.
11 x 9 in. $120



244indn:
1875 Hand colored lithograph titled, "Chemehuevis," from the Colorado Exploring Expedition.
11 x 9 in. $120



255ow: 1889 Picture of men and their dead horses after a fight. Handsome full page engraved image titled, "The Last Lull in the Fight," drawn by Frederic Remington from Harper's Weekly. Shows scene of men and their dead horses after a fight.
22 x 16in. $80


 

256ow: 1882 Images of the taming and training of the American Mustang. Beautiful full page hand colored engraved image titled, "Taming and Training the American Mustang," drawn by P. Frenzeny from Harper's Weekly.
22 x 16in. $200


257ow: 1886 "Painting The Town Red." - Drawn By R.F. Zogbaum. Hand colored wood engraving published in Harper's Weekly on October 16, 1886. Scene depicts happy-go-lucky ruffians riding into town on their horses. 16x22in.$150


258ow: Harper's Weekly
December 13, 1890
Harvest hands on their way to the wheat fields of the Northwest- drawn
by WA Rogers
11 x 16 in. $50



259ow: Frank Leslie's Illustrated
February 3, 1872
Whisky on the Plains
A party of Indians discovering that a lot of contraband whisky is being destroyed by the authorities, endeavor to save
what they can.
11 x 16in. $80


260ow: Harper's Weekly
August 11, 1888
The Scout .Drawn by
 R.F. Zogbaum
11 x 16in. $60


261ow: Harper's Weekly
Indian Warfare Discovery
 of the Village
Drawn by R.F. Zogbaum
16 x 11 in. $60



262ow: Harper's Weekly
January 27, 1866
Our artists trip on the overland route- Council of war on the plains - four images featuring the Atchison and Pikes Peak Railroad, and the start of the line in Atchison, Kansas.
11 x 16 in.  $60



263ow: Illustrated London News
October 29, 1887
Buffalo Hunting in North America - from sketches by P. Frenzeny which reveal
a collage of nine images detailing a Buffalo
hunt in detail.
16 x 22 in.$160  


264ow: Harper's Weekly
July 6, 1867
Buffalo Hunting on the plains by officers of the United States Army sketched by Theodore Davis
Images include The Chase, The Wounded Bull, The Head Leader, The Champion Hunter and small portraits of Maj Morrow and Col. Wickliffe Cooper
22 x 16 in.  $160


265ow: Harper's Weekly
January 27, 1866
Indian Delegation of Iowas, Sacs and Foxes from Nebraska to Washington - photographed by A Gardner
Seated portrait of Tar-a-kee, Pe-ti-o-ki-ma, Lag-er-lash and Too-hi Hand Colored
11 x 16 in. $60


266ow:
1912 Very scarce Edward Borein cover of the San Francisco magazine, The Call which shows a cowboy and cowgirl in the center of a lariat while riding a horse on their honeymoon. Rest of magazine is included.
14 x 10-1/2 in. $90



267ow:
1903 Lithograph Cowgirl song sheet published by The Tolbert A Ingram Music Co., Denver, CO. Title of song is, "The Girl Who Loved Out In The Golden West." Poem inside by C.H. Scoggins and Music by Charles Avril. Three double-sided sheets in all. In good condition.
13-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $45


268ow:
C.1911 Lithograph Arizona Mary song sheet with an inset half-tone of Katharine Trayer. Words by Bob Young. Music by Walter Donovan. Published by Daly Music Publisher, Boston, Mass. Three double-sided sheets in all.
13-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $45



269ow:
1912 Lithograph Don't You Worry, Dearie or Little Girlie, When I Come Back Home song sheet in good condition. Inset half-tone of Grace Wilson, the Girl with a Million Friends. Three double-sided sheets in all. The Chicago Publisher, Chicago, Ill.
14 x 10-1/2 in. $50



270ow:
1935 Lithograph Bury Me Out on the Prairie song sheet with half-tone inset showing "The Westerners (Massey Family)." In good condition. Published by the Calumet Music Co., Chicago, Illinois. Song sheet includes chords for ukulele and guitar, along with Hawaiian guitar chorus music notation. Two double-sided sheets in all.
12 x 9-1/2 in. $20



271ow:
1913 Lithographed front cover of the Metropolitan, The Livest Magazine in America. Portrait of a young woman wearing a wide-brimmed western hat and a red patterned scarf. One page total with an advertisement for Prince Albert pipes on the back.
14 x 10-1/2 in. $50



272ow:
1909 Lithograph My Pony Boy song sheet showing a cowgirl twirling her lasso as the rope turns into the words, "Giddy Up..." In a box to the left is a cowboy riding his horse as it gallops quickly. Published by Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York & Detroit. This song is famous for being sung by Miss Lillian Lorraine in F. Ziegfeld Jr.'s Latest Triumph, Anna Held in "Miss Innocence." Three double-sided
sheets in all.
13-1/2 x 11 in. $35


273ow:
1880 Hand colored wood engraving titled, "Among the Cow-Boys -- Breaking Camp." Drawn by W.A. Rogers. Featured in Harper's Weekly.
Fine condition.
16 x 11 in. $90



274ow:
1860 Hand colored wood engraving titled, "Among the Cow-Boys -- Betting on the Bull-Fight." Drawn by W.A. Rogers. Featured in
Harper's Weekly.
16 x 11 in. $90



275ow:
1886 Rare - Cowboys "Paint the Town" wood engraving which was featured in The National Police Gazette: New York. "Festive Cowboys Make Things Howl during the Christmas Week."
Fine condition.
16-1/2 x 11 in. $125



276ow:
Original 1843-1844 Fremont Expedition Map showing the Rocky Mountains, Oregon and Northern California with some modern coloring on mountains and elevations. Map is in
fine condition.
52 x 34 in. $450



277ow:
1946 Cartoon Map (Brochure) of Western Vacationlands (Union Pacific West) by the artist, Willmarth. Map shows the Union Pacific railroad for the Union Pacific Streamliner or steam-power train as it crosses familiar destinations as the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Santa Catalina, Mt. St. Helens, the Santa Barbara Mission, San Francisco's Seal Rocks, Grand Teton National Park, the Klamath Indian Reservation and many, many more travel destinations. Map is in fine condition.
23-1/2 x 18 in. $80



278ow:
1854 Rare hand colored wood engraving showing a wagon train being attacked by hostile Indians. This is the earliest view of Settlers on their way to California.
22-1/2 x 15 in. $250



388tx:
1883 Hand colored wood engraving titled, "Texas -- Cattle-Driving in the Pan-Handle Region." From sketches by Warren Johnson.
16 x 11 in. $100


 
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