|Birth place or City of origin:||Alhambra|
|State of origin:||CA|
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A Dane who entered the saddle business in Southern California in 1906, Coenen was one of Edward H. Bohlin’s chief rivals, producing some of the finest sterling silver parade outfits of the era including the gold-metal winning saddle for the 1939 World’s Fair in New York City. His stunning silver repousse and engraved mountings were created for his discriminating Hollywood clientele like Tom Mix, Will Rogers and Wallace Beery - frequently telling a story like Frank’s San Fernando model with its twenty-two different cowboy scenes.