DescriptionCabinet Card of Unknown Cowboy, circa 1890s. Captured atop his trusty steed by Coatesville, Indiana photographer J.C. Knight, this unidentified cowboy stands tall in the saddle in knee-high boots; his horse sports a buffalo fur saddle blanket. Photographed in front of a pair of barn doors featuring advertisements for Lightning Hot Drops, a patent medicine that contained 60% alcohol and 48 drops of chloroform per ounce, and was sold to cure any manner of illness, debility, ache, or pain. This sharp, clear image measures 5.5" x 3.75", and is affixed to Knight's slightly larger mount. Very fine. From the Emory A. Cantey Western Collection.
Condition: Pristine and perfect for display!
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