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    Buffalo Bill Wild West: Collection of 1890s Souvenirs & Games. The six colorful die cuts were sold as souvenirs at the Wild West. It is very unusual to find them intact with their original envelope. The box for the Wild West "Picture Puzzle" is made of wood with heavy cardboard (8-3/4" x 12-1/2") with a lithographed cover copyrighted by McLoughlin Bros. of New York in 1890. Included are thirty-eight of the original forty puzzle pieces, one broken. Finally, "Buffalo Bill's Bucking Bronchos" (5-3/4" in diameter) made by the Mascot Novelty Company is a dexterity game we have never seen before. Originally sold at the Wild West show's concession stand, it is intact and playable with seven colored balls.

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    December, 2012
    11th-12th Tuesday-Wednesday
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