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    VERY DESIRABLE BUFFALO BILL INSCRIBED AND SIGNED SILVER PRINT. Impressive 8" x 10" studio silver print of Buffalo Bill Cody wearing his show gear - fringed and embroidered buckskin jacket and matching gauntlets - and holding his hat. The photo is inscribed to his sister Nellie Snyder Yost and signed at lower right: "To Nellie Brother Will." Nellie published several popular books later in life, and received numerous awards for her writing. Although the photographer is unknown, this is a beautifully processed image would make an outstanding addition to any Western Americana collection. Gilded period frame measures 11.75" x 13.75"; although it shows minor scuffs, it adds to the overall value of this impressive image.



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    Auction Dates
    November, 2007
    10th Saturday
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