American Western 2-holster rig,
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Item 671267719
Location Allport, PA 16821
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DA-0012-M-(11312)-JJA- an American Western 2-holster rig, very fancy, for a pair of 7 ½” Colt single action revolvers, allegedly owned by movie actor, TOM MIX. Former owner says he acquired it from his father, and his father told him the rig was worn by Tom Mix on many occasions, both on and off the movie set where he worked at the time (about 1930.) (How he acquired this rig, he says, will never be known.) It’s white leather edged lacing, white leather stars, and unique Indian head belt buckle matched some of his fancier saddles, similarly edged in white leather lace. Much unique fancy tooling throughout, which naturally indicates the high degree of custom workmanship that went into it. This was popular in the early 1900’s. Finely lined with pebbled finished split leather. The rectangular belt buckle is 2”X3 ¼”, with raised images of an Indian in a war bonnet, crossed peace pipes and crossed arrows, and a background of Indian teepees and a lone warrior on his horse, framed by distant mountains, very picturesque and well done. Totally unmarked. I can’t prove it’s really a Tom Mix treasure, but I’m inclined to suspect someone out there can prove or disprove it, so I’ll make it simple; in good condition, although some of the white lacing is missing here and there, it goes as-is.
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4.00 Pounds