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As bidding increments climb to new heights and new world records are set, the excitement in the saleroom is electrifying! John Wayne’s hat goes for over $80K! The Bohlin saddle that broke all world records! For a quick look at the highlights from previous auctions, click on the years below.

  • 2004
  • 2005
  • 2006
  • 2007
  • 2008
  • 2009
  • 2010
  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014

2004 High Noon Western Americana Auction Recap

High Noon wrapped its 14th annual Old West Show & Auction in Mesa with record breaking show attendance and a lively 400 lot Saturday evening auction highlighted by the legendary 1911 Pendleton Round-Up Trophy Saddle along with some very spirited bidding on famous TV and Movie Cowboy memorabilia.

High End silver mounted Spurs, always a stable of the High Noon Sales, set the auction tempo selling anywhere from $16,500 for a marked pair of Ralph Graham Oregon spurs to $28,600 for a fabulous pair made in the late 1800’s by the renowned Anastasio Larios of Northern California.

Major western museums were well represented with Don Reeves bidding on behalf of the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City and John Gray, Executive Director of the Los Angeles based Autry National Center also in attendance.

2004 AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS

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Lot #20 - Horn Chair - $2200

Lot #39 - Unger Sterling Dresser Set - $5500

Lot #61 - Guy Deel Oil on Board - $4400

Lot #88 - John Hampton Bronze - $11,275

Lot #92 - Jose Figueroa California Spurs - $8250

Lot #93 - J.F. Echavarria California Spurs - $4950

Lot #96 - T.L. Hildreth, Sacramento Spurs - $9350

Lot #97 - Ralph Graham, Oregon Spurs - $16,500

Lot #114 - Edward Curtis “The Vanishing Race” - 11,550

Lot #120 - Lee Marvin Colt from The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence - $16,500

Lot #121 - John Wayne Colt from The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance - $18,700

Lot #122 - Matt Dillon (James Arness) Colt from Gunsmoke - $24,200

Lot #123 - Festus (Ken Curtis) Colt from Gunsmoke - $23,200

Lot #129 - James Garner Coat from TV’s Maverick - $3300

Lot #145 - Clarence Nelson, Sacramento Spade Bit - $1980

Lot #156 - Grace White (1905-1957) Cowgirl Lot - $4000

Lot #173 - Visalia Stock Saddle Co, San Francisco Bridle - $4030

Lot #177 - Olaf Wieghorst Oil on Board - $10,450

Lot #186 - Joe Beeler Bronze - $3850

Lot #231 - Albert Espinosa 1890s California Spurs - $7150

Lot #232 - Fabulous A. Larios early California Spurs - $28,600

Lot #233 - Important 1911 Pendleton Round-Up Championship Saddle - $52,250

Lot #253 - 1880s Mexican Charro Saddle - $9350

Lot #263 - Estribo De Cruz (Matched Pair of Cross Stirrups - $18,700

Lot #273 - 1890s Cowboy Boots - $2750

Lot #281 - 1880s Yankton-Hidatas Quilled & Beaded Pipe Bag - $8800

Lot #329 - Les Garcia Filigreed Sterling Parade Saddle - $27,500

Lot #345 - Ed Bohlin Escondido model Silver Parade Saddle - $31,350

Lot #347 - Ed Bohlin Will Rogers Provenance Spurs - $24,750

Lot #348 - Rancheros Visitadores signed Guitar - $12,100

Lot #351 - Wyoming Pete Beaded Vest - $8800

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2005 High Noon Western Americana Auction Recap

High Noon wrapped it’s 15th annual Western Americana Show & Auction, the weekend of Jan 22-23, 2005, in its spacious, convenient and comfortable new venue at the Phoenix Civic Plaza and adjacent Hyatt Regency with elevated attendance and a robust Saturday evening auction that featured impressive results highlighted by an Edward H. Bohlin silver mounted youth saddle, an Olaf Wieghorst (1899-1988) Oil Painting, plus spirited bidding on a wide variety of western artifacts including famous Hollywood Movie and TV cowboy memorabilia. However, the surprise of the sale, and undoubtedly a new world’s record was price set by the winning bid on a stunning, 3-color gold filigreed Belt Buckle made for Edward H. Bohlin, the Saddlemaker to the Stars himself.

2005 AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS

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Lot #91 - Emil Lenders (est $6000-9000) - $22,400

Lot #92 - Cowgirl Outfit w/ Leggings - $3640

Lot #120 - Baranger Mechanical Cowboy Window Display (est $5000-7500) - $17,920

Lot #136 - ADM Cooper Oil (est $2500-3500) - $11,200

Lot #195 - Duke’s Shot from Big Jake (est $6000-9000) - $27,440

Lot #196 - John Wayne’s HS Year Book (est $2000-3000) - $3640

Lot #198 - John Wayne’s Colt SA “Liberty Valence” (est $9000-12,000) - $20,160

Lot #201 - Richard Boone “Have Gun Will Travel” Derringer (est $7000-9000) - $15,600

Lot #203 - Edward H Bohlin Youth Saddle (est $40,000-60,000) - $95,200

Lot #204 - Bohlin 3-color Gold Filigreed Belt Buckle (est $6000-9000) - $29,120

Lot #205 - Edward H Bohlin Boots and SPURS - $16,800

Lot #206 - Edward H Bohlin Gun Rig (est $9000-12,000) - $14,560

Lot #224 - Will James Drawing (est $4000-6000) - $8960

Lot # 226 - Olaf Wighorst Oil (est $25,000-50,000) - $75,660

Lot #227 - Lon Megarge (est $7000-9000) - $9500

Lot #236 - Luis B Ortega Hatband (est $2000-3000) - $4032

Lot #238 - Luis B Ortega Reins (est $3000-3500) - $4760

Lot #249 - Nez Perce Pictorial Veaded Vest, 1890 - $24,640

Lot #312 - 1886 Mexican Saddle (est $8000-11,000) - $22,400

Lot #317 - Brydon Bros Silver “Peacock” Saddle (est $25,000-40,000) - $39,200

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2006 High Noon Western Americana Auction Recap

High Noon wrapped its 16th annual Western Americana Show & Auction at the Phoenix Civic Plaza and Adjacent Hyatt Regency with a record setting $2M+ auction and a robust gate producing generally positive results from the majority of the 250 Western, American Indian and Fine Art exhibiting dealers.

Linda Kohn, show promoter and co-owner of High Noon, reported a 20% increase in overall show attendance and a 30% increase in auction revenue over the previous year.

Co-Producer, Joseph Sherwood, explained his theory that much of the show increase resulted from expanded radio and TV advertising with the auction benefiting from broad diversity in consignments that included an unreserved “high-end” gambling, saloon & gold rush consignment from a downsizing New York collector, plus a fabulous collection of extremely rare cattle and early brand books from a popular Santa Fe, New Mexico cattleman.

2006 AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS

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Miscellaneous Cowboy:
Lot #56 - Fancy 1960s Rios Cowboy Boots (est. $1500-2500) - $4025
Lot #209 - Edward H. Bohlin filigreed Chaps (est. $6000-9000) - $10,925
Lot #240 - Deerlodge Horsehair Bridle (est. $4000-6000) - $8050
Lot #264 - Luis B. Ortega Braided Show Quirt (est. $8000-12,000) - $16,100
Lot #266 - Luis B. Ortega Fancy Braided Rawhide Reins (est. $5000-7500) - $24,150

Western Saddles
Lot #95 - Visalia Silver Mounted Show saddle (est. $20,000-30,000) - $63,250
Lot #98 - Bruce Lovins Sterling Silver Parade Saddle (est. $12,000-18,000) - $27,750
Lot #143 - Edward H. Bohlin “Machris” Parade Saddle (est., $30,000-50,000) - $115,000
Lot #171 - W.E. Fulps Texas Salesman Sample Saddle (est. $9000-11,000) - $17,250
Lot #357 - Visalia Miniature Presentation Saddle (est. $6000-9000) - $31,050

Spurs
Lot #135 - Abbie Hunt “His & Hers” Spurs (est. $20,000-30,000) - $29,900
Lot #136 - G.S. Garcia Snake Spurs (est. $7000-10,000) - $21,850
Lot #241 - G.S. Garcia Gal Leg Spurs (est. $20,000-30,000) - $25,300

American Indian
Lot #124 - Sioux Beaded 1890s Half-Seat Saddle (est. $45,000-75,000) - $86,250
Lot #195 - Navajo Transitional Blanket (est. $1200-1800) - $3738
Lot #201 - Southern Cheyenne Beaded Moccasins (est. $9000-12,000) - $12,650

Gambling, Saloon & Gold Rush
Lot #149 - Sterling & Ivory Boars Tusk Cigar Cutter (est. $2500-4000) - $7475
Lot #151 - Double Horse-Head Ivory Corkscrew (est. $2000-3000) - $6325
Lot #158 - Will & Finck, San Francisco Gamblerís Dirk (est. $20,000-30,000) - $23,000

Western Art
Lot #179 - Ray Swanson Oil on Board (est. $10,000-15,000) - $20,700
Lot #181 - Martin Grelle Oil on Canvas (est. $15,000-20,000) - $26,450
Lot #203 - Lon Megargee Oil on Board (est. $5000-7000) - $16,100
Lot #217 - Burt Procter Oil on Board (est. $4000-6000) - $12,650
Lot #260 - Olaf Wieghorst 30 x 36 Oil on Canvas (est. $60,000-90,000) - $138,000

Hollywood Cowboy
Lot #213 - Clint Eastwood “Josie Wales” Movie Gun (est. $5000-7500) - $6900
Lot #216 - James Arness (Matt Dillon) Gunsmoke Lot (est. $8000-10,000) - $33,350
Lot #289 - Tom Mix Jacket & Pants (est. $5000-7500) - $19,550
Lot #322 - Michael Landon “Little Joe” Bonanza TV Colt & Rifle (est. $6000-8000) - $13,800
Lot #324 - John Wayne “Hondo” Shirt (est. $2000-3000) - $8050
Lot #348 - Buck Jones Miles City Chaps (est. $5000-7500) - $9200

Livestock & Brand Books
Lot #390 - Hunting Trips of a Ranchman by T. Roosevelt (est. $2000-3000) - $5175
Lot #392 - Prose and Poetry of the Live Stock Industry (est. $12,000-15,000) - $25,300
Lot #394 - 1885-86 Montana Brand Book (est. $2000-3000) - $2875

Mexican, Charro & Vaquero
Lot #253 - Fabulous Mexican Sombrero (est. $5000-7500) - $9200
Lot #256 - “Rose Parade” Mexican Saddle (est. $12,000-18,000) - $29,900

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2007 High Noon Western Americana Auction Recap

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John Wayne Cowboy Hat Sets Record at High Noon Auction

High Noon wrapped it’s17th annual Western Americana Show & Auction, in Phoenix, AZ, the weekend of Jan 20th-21st, 2007, with a $3 million record setting auction highlighted by an $86,250 final bid (including buyer’s premium) for a John Wayne Cowboy Hat made by the legendary Rodeo Tailor, Nudie of North Hollywood.

The split-venue event which features a 200 dealer Western Fine Art and Antique Show at the Civic Plaza plus Saturday evening Auction at the adjacent Hyatt Regency saw robust attendance in spite of inclement weather in the region with some actual snow flurries in Phoenix’s Valley of the Sun.

The record setting 450 lot Saturday auction evening auction featured several important and unreserved, western collections from Texas, Arkansas, Kentucky and California.

Saddle highlights included the fabulous Main & Winchester 1880s San Francisco Saddle (cover lot), which set a world’s record at $230,000 (est. $100,000-150,000), a 1930’s brown Edward H. Bohlin, Hollywood saddle at $74,750 (est. $15.000-20,000), and an important early Santa Barbara, CA saddle made by Sherman Loomis and originally owned by one of the richest men in America, C.K.G. Billings, at $109,250 (est. $20,000-35,000), and an ornate Mexican Rose pattern saddle at $92,000 (est. $15,000-20,000).

Hollywood Cowboy movie & television memorabilia rode the nostalgia wave with a John Wayne Revolver used extensively by Duke’s in his very first 1930 feature film, The Big Trail, by Raoul Walsh -- hammering down for  $51,750 (est. $15,000-30,000). A complete John Wayne outfit from “Big Jake” at $17,250 (est. $4000-6000), Clint Eastwood’s Rawhide TV series Hat for $13,800 (est. $1000-2000), and B-movie star Hoot Gibson’s personal spurs for $13,800 (est. $3000-5000).  

Fine western art included works by several Cowboy Artist members with a 36 x 24 oil on canvas by 84 year-old Tom Ryan selling for $25,300, and a George Phippen from the Saxony Farm collection at $26,450. An Edward Chambers Oil painting tripled the artists pre-existing auction record at $26,450 while a Will James Charcoal on Paper brought $20,700, and a grouping of sporting art by Henry Hintermeister at $17,250.

Rare silver mounted Texas and California Spurs, always a staple of the High Noon Sales, set the auction tempo with 11 pairs selling for over $10,000 each, 3 pairs over $20,000 each and one pair by the highly coveted early Southern California maker, Jesus Tapia fetching nearly $40,000, nearly twice the high catalog estimate. A single collection from Dallas, Texas, featuring 47 pairs of rare, inside marked Crockett Texas spurs, sold as a single lot for $253,000.

Fancy rawhide work from the Joe & Derlyes Nab collection, made by the master braider, Luis B. Ortega sold from $1800 to $20,000 with several sets of presentation reins in the lofty $10,000-$15,000 range. 

Important American Indian artifacts included a pair of beaded pictorial vests – the first from the colorful early Wild West Show performer Tex Cooper, and the 2nd, a fabulous Pendleton Round-Up “Jackson Sundown” vest – both selling for $28,750 each.

Other notable auction results included a Edward H. Bohlin fancy silver mounted Gun Rig that purported once belonged to the infamous Jack Ruby at $18,400, a Panamint Pictorial basket at $13,800 and a Cowboy Quilt selling to benefit the Jim Bob Tinsley Museum and research center for $17,250.

Major museums and cowboy artists associations were well represented with Curator Jerry Smith representing the Phoenix Art Museum, Scott Hardy and Cary Swartz representing the Traditional Cowboy Artists, Don Reeves and Richard Rattenbury attending on behalf of the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, John Gray, Executive Director of the Los Angeles based Autry National Center, James Nottage, Vice President and Chief Curatorial Officer of the Eiteljorg Museum in Indianapolis, and Jill Osiecki attending with Executive Director, Robert E. Shimp from the Buffalo Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody Wyoming.

The High Noon Show and Auction will return for its 18th year to the Phoenix Civic Plaza next January 26-27, 2008.

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2008 High Noon Western Americana Auction Recap

Cowboy, Western & Charro
Edw H Bohlin Machris Saddle ensemble with Spurs $129,500
Phillips & Gutierrez, Cheyenne, Wyo Spurs $51,750
Qualey Bros Bit & Spurs $50,650
JP Mason, Sacramento 1868-69 California Saddle $28,750
Irl Terry Eagle Spurs $28,750
Brydon Bros, Los Angeles, Saddle $28,750
Luis B Ortega Santa Ynez Reins with Larry Hoback Bit $23,000
General Luis Terrazas Mexican Saddle $24,150
Hermann Heiser Oklahoma Special Saddle $20,700
19th C Hernandez California Spurs $17,250
AJ Schell Bridle & Bit $16,100
Deerlodge Horsehair Bridle with Canon City Pistol Bit $14,950
August Buermann Matching Bit & Spur Snake Set $14,950
Bill Heisman Contemporary Spurs $11,500
A Larios 19th C California Ring Bit $8050
Western Art
Martin Grelle Oil on Canvas $126,500
Olaf Wieghorst $86,250
Burt Procter $31,625
John Noval Marchand $31,050
Lon Megargee $27,025
R Farrington Elwell $19,550
Earl Heikka Bronze $16,675
Will James $16,100
Hollywood Cowboy
John Wayne’s Edward H Bohlin Single Spur $25,300
Coats from Butch Cassidy (1969)
Paul Newman $17,250
Robert Redford $13,800
Wild Bill Elliott Stetson & Hat $12,075
Roy Rogers Museum’s Nellybelle II $10,925
James Arness Gunsmoke Vest $6325
American Indian
1880s Pictorial Germantown $74,750
Sioux Child’s Pictorial Beaded Pants $24,150
Navajo Pictorial Rug $13,800
Sioux Pictorial Beaded Coat $12,650
Sioux Beaded Saddle Bags $9200
Northern Plains Pipe Tomahawk $8050

 

2009 High Noon Western Americana Auction Recap

On Saturday and Sunday, February 7th  & 8th, 2009, the Phoenix Convention Center became the site for an event unlike any in the world — the 19th Annual High Noon Western Americana Show and Auction. Over the course of two days, thousands of those passionate about the American West converged on the Convention Center to shop from over 150 exhibitors who’s offerings spanned 300 years of history from the finest leatherworks, fine art, jewelry, clothing and cowboy and western accoutrement. Sales at the show were brisk throughout the two-day event and dealers were pleased. The High Noon auction had over 700 paddle-ready bidders in the saleroom and over 1,000 more registered online, by phone and by absentee. Over $1.2 million was earned on the 350+ lots sold and, as usual, there were some show stoppers. Among them was the Edward H. Bohlin Diamond Cluster Supreme Saddle which sold for $89,125 and Jack Mitchell’s personal Edward H. Bohlin RV Parade Spurs which sold for well over high estimate for $31,625. Furious and spirited bidding was seen on the wonderful selection of Hollywood Cowboy memorabilia and fine art and Native American offerings were solid across the board.

2009 AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS

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Cowboy, Western & Charro
Lot 81 Ernie Marsh (TCA) Elko Star Spurs $6900
Lot 142 Visalia Spurs $9200
Lot 171 Bohlin Cluster Supreme Saddle $89,125
Lot 179 1860s Marcus Stern California Saddle $34,500
Lot 253 Jack Mitchell’s Edward Bohlin RV Spurs $31,625
Lot 254 Jack Mitchell’s RV Belt & Visalia Buckle $10,925
Lot 262 Tom Qualey Ring Bit on Holes' Bridle $20,125
Lot 302 John Cox Canon City Spurs $19,550
Lot 324 Luis B Ortega Santa Ynez Reins $21,850
Hollywood Cowboy
Lot 213 John Wayne Western Costume Suede Coat $4600
Lot 258 Montie Montana Shirt $3450
Lot 259 Montie Montana Bohlin Gun Rig $22,425
Western Art
Lot 190 Wieghorst His White Horse $19,500
Lot 193 Edward Borein Cattle Drive $25,300
Lot 247 OC Seltzer Northern Plains Warriors $16,675
American Indian
Lot 29 Pictorial Hooked Rug $5175
Lot 228 Early Navajo Hubbell Blanket $11,500
Lot 231 Cree Pictorial Beaded Gauntlets $11,500

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2010 High Noon Western Americana Top Auction Sellers

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Lot 97 Edw H. Bohlin San Gabriel model Parade Saddle $43,125
Lot 152 John McCabe Spurs $28,750
Lot 154 Edw H. Bohlin San Gabriel Parade saddle $46,000
Lot 166 Emperor Maxmilian I of Mexico’s stunning Imperial saddle. The saddle was estimated at $100,000 to 150,000. $230,000
Lot 191 Clayton Moore’s (Lone Ranger) personal Bohlin Gun Rug $54,625
Lot 202 Blackfeet Beaded Shirt. Est. $9000-12,000 $57,500
Lot 284 Roy Rogers’ spectacular Diamond Special Bohlin Saddle estimated at $50,000 to $100,000 $103,000
Lot 285 Roy Rogers personal Edward H Bohlin gun rig with Colt. Est. $20,000-$30,000 $74,750
Lot 286 This beautifully designed Rose Parade saddle was used by Roy Rogers in the 1952 Tournament of Roses Parade. Est $20,000 - $30,000 $75,000
Lot 290 Roy Rogers personal McCabe longhorn Trophy Belt Buckle $23,000

2011 High Noon Western Americana Top Auction Sellers

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Lot 26 Phillip Fredholm Parade Saddle $21,850
Lot 62 John Hampton Bronze Turning the Leaders $12,650
Lot 64 Harry Jackson Bronze Two Champs II $13,800
Lot 101 Eric Michaels Mission San Juan Capistrano $18,400
Lot 134 Northern Plains Beaded shirt $34,500
Lot 135 Blackfeet Tomahawk Beaded Drop $37,950
Lot 136 Sioux Beaded Vest $14,950
Lot 138 Plateau Pony Beaded Dress $74,750
Lot 142 Sioux Beaded & Quilled Pipe Bag $13,800
Lot 153 Edward H. Bohlin Taxin Model Parade Saddle $63,250
Lot 166 Roy Rogers McCabe Spurs and Boot Tops $20,700
Lot 196 Ed Borein’s personal charro Jacket & Vest $21,850
Lot 208 Joe Beller Bronze Chief Goes to Washington $14,950
Lot 215 Sioux Quilled Pictorial Dress $46,000
Lot 216 Sioux Man’s Pictorial Beaded Shirt $80,500
Lot 220 Sioux Pictorial Beaded Vest $20,700
Lot 230 Will James o/b Wild Horses $149,000
Lot 276 Sioux Beaded & Quilled Bowcase & Quiver $34,500
Lot 277 Cheyenne Beaded Cradle $42,550
Lot 287 J. Tapia maker-marked California Bit $50,600
Lot 291 Ed Bohlin Machris model sterling parade saddle $69,000
Lot 297 Messing & Sons, Sam Jose, California Spurs $19,550
Lot 299 Ralph Graham silver inlaid spurs $31,625
Lot 302 Luis B. Ortega’s personal Al Pecetti Bolo Tie $21,850
Lot 321 F.A. Meanea Territorial Saddle $27,600
Lot 333 Keyston Bros Parade Saddle $63,250

2012 High Noon Western Americana Top Auction Sellers

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Lot 37 Parlor Gambling Chest $34,500
Lot 73 Frank McCarthy o/b $44,850
Lot 121 Tom Mix’s Personal Belt and Bohlin Buckle $20,700
Lot 122 Edw. H. Bohlin Lee Douglas model parade saddle $44,850
Lot 153 Frank McCarthy o/c In the Badlands $28,750
Lot 154 Arapaho Beaded Dress $48,875
Lot 184 Noah Beery’s Personal Bohlin Belt & Buckle $12,075
Lot 190 Mabel Yorba’s Edw. H. Bohlin Saddle $109,250
Lot 191 Mabel Yorba’s personal Bohlin cowgirl spurs $23,000
Lot 193 Edward Borein w/c on paper The Long Drive $80,500
Lot 204 Pancho Villa’s silver embroidered saddle $718,750
Lot 238 Jesus M. Tapia marked Bit $17,250
Lot 242 Edw H. Bohlin Dick Dickson Jr. sterling Parade Saddle $31,625
Lot 266 1st Texas Brand Book (1865) $31,625
Lot 285 Montie Montana’s personal Bohlin Spurs $14,375

2013 High Noon Western Americana Top Auction Sellers

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Lot 23 12-color Horsehair Bridle $19,550
Lot 181 Navajo Serape $16,100
Lot 195 Beaded Pictorial Vest $19,550
Lot 206 Keyston Bros Ute Chieftan silver & gold Parade Saddle $138,000
Lot 218 Charlie Dye o/c Ranch Renegade $31,625
Lot 220 Frank Tenney Johnson w/c  $31,625
Lot 238 1880s Green Mexican Sombrero $14,950
Lot 239 Early Mexican & Bit $10,350
Lot 243 Mexican Dragon Saddle $46,000
Lot 248 Early Northern Plains Tomahawk $34,500
Lot 249 1850s Quilled Dag Knife Sheath $31,625
Lot 251 Joseph Henry Sharp Oil $18,400
Lot 259 Simon Bolivar Saddle $48,875
Lot 260 1920s Byrdon Bros, Los Angeles Show Saddle $22,001
Lot 261 19th C. Main & Winchester Boy’s Saddle $25,875
Lot 263 Joseph C. Miller Personal 101 Ranch Crockett Spurs $28,750
Lot 267 G.S. Garcia, Elko, Nev silver inlaid and filigreed Spurs $21,850
Lot 269 John Cox, prisoner no. 4607 Canon City Spurs $19,550
Lot 270 Jose Figueroa silver inlaid California Spurs $25,875
Lot 280 Edward H. Bohlin Cluster Special Parade Saddle $92,000
Lot 287 Al Nolte, San Francisco, Silver Parade Saddle $43,125

2014 High Noon Western Americana Top Auction Sellers

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Lot 231 Lady Yule Visalia Saddle $141,600
Lot 279 Jesus Tapia Spurs, circa 1920 $153,400
Lot 179 Colt.45/James Arness $59,000
Lot 8 Larry Hagman Bohlin Briefcase $20,060
Lot 237 Tom Mix Chaps $29,500
Lot 214 Frank McCarthy. “Where the Rocks Meet,” o/b $29,500
Lot 206 Northern Plains Pipe Tomahawk $26,550
Lot 211 Navajo Sand Painting $22,420

 

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