Collectibles

Nocturnes Hit Million-Dollar Marks

ollecting_thomas-moranThe moonlit views the artist saw from his skiff as he paddled near his retreat, Inglenook Island, inspired Frederic Remington’s first nighttime paintings.

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The Bronco Busters

charlie-russell“I never got to be a bronk rider but in my youthfull days wanted to be, and while that want lasted I had a fine chance to study hoss enatimy from under and over,” Charles M. Russell wrote to fellow cowboy artist Will James on May 12, 1920.

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Wild Horses Run to the Top

A record-setting auction for an oil painting by cowboy artist Will James.

“His soul has gone to roam the range of the eternal, while his art lingers to lead those who love the West toward forgetfulness."

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Buckskin Bessie Treasures

buckskin-bessie“Spose Ma will think I am crazy but this is a circus anyone need not be ashamed of.

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Will the Real John Clum Please Stand Up?

A historical photograph at Cowan’s Auctions stirs up a mystery.

All of these photographs are of John Clum.

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True West Site Guide

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True West captures the spirit of the American West with authenticity, personality and humor by linking our history to our present. Whether you call it the Wild West, the Old West or the Far West, America's frontier history comes to life in True West, the world's oldest, continuously published Western Americana magazine.

Western movie fans, re-enactors, history buffs and road warriors, we got your history covered: outlaw, cowboy, Indian, lawman, gunfighter, fur trapper, miner, prospector, gambler, soldier, entertainer and pioneer. Check out these True Westerners now!
 

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