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    R. T. Frazier of Pueblo, Colorado: Vintage Matched Side Holster and Gun Belt, Circa 1900-1910. This rig has a border tooled hand-stamped slightly curved double loop side holster for a 5½" Colt SAA .44/45 caliber pistol and matched belt. The holster has rawhide lacings and a closed toe. The single strap belt measures from 37½" at the smallest up to 45½" at the largest. There are cartridge loops for forty-four individual .44/45 caliber rounds. The top loop of the holster and the stitched end of the tongue billet on the belt are stamped "R. T. Frazier/ Pueblo, Colo.". Frazier one of the most famous saddle makers of the American west and was in business from 1898 to 1958. The 1¾" belt shows honest wear. The tongue has cracking, a split 4" from the end, and re-enforcing to the last 2", else a very attractive and desirable rig.

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    July, 2009
    25th Saturday
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