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    E. Goettlich Gun Belt and Holster, c. 1880. The leather belt measures 41" long, 3" wide, and is stamped on the attached end of the tongue billet "E. GOETTLICH, MAKER, HELENA, MONT". The 9-1/2" holster accommodates a revolver, has a tooled border, with a basket weave design, brass tack accents, and is personalized with the initials "JAI" on the anchor loop. There is a row of cartridge loops for thirty individual rounds. Both are in very good condition showing only moderate wear from age and use. The Michael Ward Collection of Western Americana

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    June, 2021
    19th Saturday
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