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  • Update Wyatt Earp Photo

    Posted May 10, 2017 by Gary - Carol Stover

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    I started a blog last July detailing how Marshall Bulle & I were searching for a huge photo of Wyatt Earp's first wife, Urilla Sutherland Earp. Since then we've been able to establish a higher level of confidence in the Read More...

  • Wells Fargo Collectibles

    Posted May 10, 2017 by Gary - Carol Stover

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    Wells Fargo is an iconic name in the field of Western collectibles, and in this week's show I'll profile some prime examples. There's a huge safe with great graphics, a directory for use by shippers, a wanted poster, and Read More...

  • Updates on Recent Shows--Postcards, etc

    Posted May 6, 2017 by Gary - Carol Stover

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    A few months I did a show in which I started a project to determine whether postcard prices had declined over the past several years. In this week's program I'll update you on what I've found. The original show was very Read More...

  • Get your Phonograph Ready!

    Posted May 1, 2017 by Betty Jean Shearin

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    Get your Phonograph Ready!   It is time to drag your old phonograph and vinyl records out of the basement because vinyl records are in high demand these days. Many audiophiles now prefer music coming from vinyl reco Read More...

  • William Winer Cooke at the Little Bighorn

    Posted April 26, 2017 by Gary - Carol Stover

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    William Winer Cooke (1846-1876) was General George Armstrong Custer's Adjutant, and he died atop Last Stand Hill with Custer on June 25, 1876. This week's program is devoted to his story, as we are offering for sale at t Read More...

  • Pony Express Collectibles

    Posted April 19, 2017 by Gary - Carol Stover

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    The Pony Express operated for only the 19 months between April 1860 and October 1861, but its story remains an important part of Western lore. And as we saw in our previous 2 shows on Oregon Trail collectibles, we'll fin Read More...

  • Pony Express Collectibles

    Posted April 19, 2017 by Gary - Carol Stover

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    The Pony Express operated for only the 19 months between April 1860 and October 1861, but its story remains an important part of Western lore. And as we saw in our previous 2 shows on Oregon Trail collectibles, we'll fin Read More...

  • Oregon Trail Collectibles II

    Posted April 13, 2017 by Gary - Carol Stover

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    Please join us this Sunday at 5PM PDT, 6PM MDT, 7PM CDT, 8PM EDT for the second part of our program on Oregon Trail Collectibles, and if you missed Part I last week, check it out in the Videos before this week's show. Ga Read More...

  • Is it a Reproduction or an Authorized Reproduction?

    Posted April 8, 2017 by Betty Jean Shearin

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    One of the benefits of being a dealer at The Brass Armadillo is having the opportunity to learn about so many things ranging from just plain old “stuff”, to antique furniture, to glassware, and on and on. Eve Read More...

  • Oregon Trail Collectibles Part I

    Posted April 5, 2017 by Gary - Carol Stover

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    The Oregon Trail was our way west to Oregon & California from the 1830s til the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad in 1869, and that's a period full of stories and objects associated with those stories. And some Read More...