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Sitting Bull: Signed Cabinet Card SOLD
Very rare Signed Cabinet Card of Chief Sitting Bull by Orlando Scott Goff, circa 1881.
Annie Oakley: Vintage Photo with Medals for Sharpshooting SOLD
Vintage unsigned original matte finish photograph of Annie Oakley from the Culver Archives, her chest adorned with medals from her many sharpshooter competitions during Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Shows.
"Buffalo Bill" Cody: Autograph Letter Signed Discussing Horse Thieves SOLD
Autograph Letter Signed by William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody, dated 1886 on vintage hotel stationery, discussing the capture of horse thieves.
William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody: Signed Photo Card with Pawnee Bill SOLD
Original vintage portrait card featuring Buffalo Bill (William F. Cody) and Pawnee Bill (Major Gordon W. Lillie), signed at bottom by W.F. Cody "Buffalo Bill".
William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody: Vintage Cabinet Card SOLD
Vintage cabinet card of Cody dressed in a fringed and beaded buckskin jacket with his long curly hair flowing from beneath his hat.
Iron Tail: Signed Drawing of Tipi and Squaw SOLD
Primitive sketch of Lakota tipi and squaw hand-drawn and signed by Chief Iron Tail, one of history's more prominent Native Americans who fought at Wounded Knee, and whose noble features were used as a model for the 1913 Indian Head Buffalo nickel coin.
Geronimo: Signed Hand-Drawn Sketch SOLD
Geronimo signed and hand-drawn sketch of a figure believed to represent a gaan dancer, with headdress, feathers dangling from his upper arms, and a wand in each hand. The figure even has "cactus kickers" on his moccasins.
William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody: Double Signature SOLD
Cody’s trademark double-signature “W. F. Cody” above “Buffalo Bill”.