Vintage Wild West 14k Gold Revolver Pendant

Posted on June 25th, 2012 by Admin | Posted in Art, Featured, Jewelry

Here is a fun and interesting revolver pendant made of 14k gold with a mother of pearl handle. This is an excellent replica with a lot of detail and the cylinder also rotates!

It comes on a 14k gold chain and is in excellent condition. A nice, large size, not a petite charm bracelet sized charm. Stamped “14k” on the nose of the gun. It has also been acid tested for gold content.

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The Wild Wild West Number 7 Vintage Comic Book

Posted on September 28th, 2011 by Admin | Posted in Art, Books

The Wild Wild West was an American television series that ran on CBS for four seasons 1965 1969. Two television movies were also made with the original cast in 1979 and 1980, and the series was adapted for a motion picture in 1999 with a new cast and story.

Pictured here is a copy of the Wild Wild West #7 from Gold Key from the 8.5 Bethlehem pedigree with Robert Conrad on the cover. This comic is newsstand fresh and looks and feels like a brand new comic with a very small impact dent bottom left corner. The was the last issue with the Wild Wild West and is a very valuable sought after collectible.

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Civil War Antique Map of the Wild West

Posted on August 22nd, 2011 by Admin | Posted in Art, Books, Featured

Shown here is an original map from the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, published by the Secretary of War, unquestionably the most complete set of accurate maps of the Civil War ever published. The title of the atlas appears in the top left area and plate number in the upper right, a date of 1860 is printed on the map. A copy of the title page is also included with all the publishing particulars for genuineness.

The atlas was distributed in a very limited context to be distributed to government officials in the three houses of government as a reference for assessing the Civil War. This is from the original first publishing that lasted from 1891-1895.

This very detailed and remarkable map shows forts, wagon trails and routes. Idaho is actually labeled as Washington Territory and Arizona is still part of New Mexico Territory. This map is available on eBay with a buy it now price of just $149.

Take a look at some more antique maps to start of complete your collection.

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Santiago Perez Santa Fe Cowboy Western HORSE Oil Paitning

Posted on July 13th, 2011 by Admin | Posted in Art, Featured

Pictured here is an original oil on canvas painting by Santiago Perez. This painting which is titled “Round Up” is signed and dated on veso. The painting is very large at 54″ H by 112″W. This appears to be a pretty rare find a of such a Old Western painting of this size by such an accomplished artist. “Round Up” is available on eBay with a buy it now price of $12,499 or best offer.

Santiago Pérez is an artist living near Tijeras, New Mexico, was born in San Antonio, Texas and also lived in many small towns around the south Texas area.
Santiago’s artwwork has been purchased by several corporations and many individuals throughout the United States. He is represented by the Sandy Carson Gallery in Denver, Victoria Boyce Galleries in Scottsdale, A Muse Gallery in Columbus, Ohio, Nuart Gallery in Santa Fe, and the Bison Legacy Gallery in Cody, Wyoming.

Stimulated by his family and an artist uncle, Santiago performed drawing and painting, learning mostly by copying from TV cartoons, horse and wildlife magazine, and children’s books on the West. He was an elementary school teacher for a brief time, illustrated children’s materials, and then served in the Air Force for 24 years. He pursued his art interests, practicing figurative drawing and painting, as well as immersing himself in art history. Santiago first exhibited his work when the Air Force stationed him in West Berlin, and he continued to develop his painting in Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and Denver, Colorado.

The attractive Colorado terrain inspired Santiago to develop into a landscape painter working in numerous styles and approaches, from naturalist to symbolic/abstract works. An enthusiastic student and open to many forms of creative expression, Santiago also painted on metal, made cutout painted forms, and installed several thematic environments.

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