Texas Belt Buckles
Texas Belt Buckles
Native American Indian and Western Art
Framed Western art
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Fort Tumbleweed's Catalog of
Native American, Old West &Southwestern Art
CATALOG NO. WESART1
10" X 12" Barnwood-framed wanted polster for Butch Cassidy (Robert Leroy Parker). Great for a kid's room, Den, college dorm, or bar or Restaurant
CATALOG NO. WESART2
18" x 22" barnwood-framed print showing weapons of the old west. Pictured is the double-barreled shotgun, Winchester rifle, Colt army revolver, the Colt Peacemaker and others with a brief history of the weapons. Great display that adds historical interest to any room decor.
10" x 13" barnwood-framed print of John Wayne.
16" x 13" barnwood-framed print of Hopalong Cassidy and his horse. Hoppie appeared on the movie screens in the 40's and early 50's.
16" x 13" barnwood-framed print of Roy Rogers, King of the Cowboys and his companion, Dale Evans, Queen of the west!
CATALOG NO. WESART6
16" x 13" barnwood-framed print of Chief Sitting Bull, chief and Medicine Man of the Teton Sioux Indians. He helped bring together the Araphoes, Cheyennes, and Sioux to defeat General George Custer at the Little Big Horn.
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