Once you have one
of these prints in your hands, you'll see and feel the quality.
These are NOT cheap reproduction printed on tissue paper!!!
This is colorful and beautiful image of a rare promotional poster of Eleanor Blondin, the rodeo cowgirl who ran Blondin and Leo Wild West Show and Circus. This show performed in theaters throughout the country in the 1890s and early 1900s. They came to be known as The Cowboy, Indian and the Lady. An original poster recently sold for $2,200 at auction. The Cowgirl Hall of Fame here in Fort Worth borrowed this image from us for their grand opening because of its historical significance.
This salesman’s sample ad is illustrated by Olaf Wieghorst. Wieghorst was an illustrator who immigrated to the US in 1918. He had an illustrious career that included chasing Poncho Villa, part-time wrangling, and was even a New York City mounted police officer. He painted the covers of Zane Gray novels and became know as, The Dean of the Western Plains. The piece was typical of the action packed scenes he loved to paint.
This is a high quality reproduction was taken from an actual 8X10 photo we purchased at auction. The small boy is in full western gear and holding a full size gun, which makes it unusual and rare. It is the finest photograph of its kind we have every seen.