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    Limited Edition "One Man's Dream" Bronze of Texas Ranger Captain Clint Peoples on Horseback by Cary Clawson. Detailed bronze casting of Ranger in uniform looking over his right shoulder from the saddle. Detail extends to the horse and tack including cartridge loops on the scabbard and "Texas" on the tapaderos. "One Man's Dream" engraved at front of bronze. Reverse with Clint Peoples commemorative coin. Base of the casting is signed by artist, dated 1985 and numbered 3/150. 15-inches x 14-inches x 7-inches and mounted on a hardwood swivel base which is labeled "One Man's Dream/Cary Clawson." The title is a reference to Captain Peoples' leadership and involvement in the creation of the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco. Sold together with 1976 booklet "One Man's Dream: Fort Fisher and The Texas Ranger Hall of Fame" by James Day. Signed by Captain Peoples, the cover is an illustration of Peoples in the saddle on his horse, Chico, the pose identical to the bronze. Condition: Excellent. Light patina.

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    December, 2012
    9th Sunday
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