Annie Oakley, Buffalo Bill And Custer Headline Legends Of The Wild West Event at Heritage
The rich history of the American West explored through valuable artifacts from its biggest names, June 10, at Heritage Auctions in DallasHeritage Auctions’ June 10 Legends of the Wild West Signature Auction is shaping up as the most important auction of its kind ever put together, featuring more than 300 artifacts from the biggest and most important names in the history of the American West. The grouping includes The very 12 Gauge Parker Brothers Shotgun, Serial #48767, that belonged to legendary sharpshooter Annie Oakley, consigned by her relatives (estimate: $100,000+), “Buffalo” Bill Cody’s beloved and trusted Remington .44 revolver (estimate: $200,000+), Custer’s Last Rally, 1881, John Mulvany ‘s epic 11 x 20 foot oil painting (estimate: $200,000+), a cultural phenomenon in its time – the only known document in private hands signed by both legendary American explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, the men who opened up the West for America after the historic Louisiana Purchase of 1803. There is immense collector buzz on this auction as we get closer to its date, said Tom Slater, Director of Americana Auctions at Heritage. There has never been a more important, more thorough or more personal grouping of artifacts relating to these legendary names than what we will see at Heritage on June 10.
Legends of the Wild West Signature Auction include, but are not limited to:
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