Last year, when I recapped 2019 and trends in Western collecting, I focused on the sales of many splendid, comprehensive holdings gathered by...
After four years of fighting, the Civil War ended. The victorious Union Army soon disbanded, leaving behind a small force of regulars to such...
Cowan’s annual American Indian Art Auction sells out.
The annual sale attracted a who’s who worthy of a fine museum collection.
Alchesay of the People of the White Mountains (Dził Łigai Si’án N’dee)
The Steve Turner Collection of African Americana brought 182 percent of the pre-sale estimate at Cowan’s Auctions.
The 1873 .45-70 Trapdoor Springfield was issued to troopers just before the Battle of Little Bighorn, and its success and failure that fateful June day in 1876 is still highly debated.
Western art dealers and buyers will remember 2019 as a watershed year in Old West collecting.
The Coeur d’Alene Art Auction in Reno, Nevada, realized over $17 million.
Lebel’s 30th Annual Cody Old West Auction and Show continues as a mecca of Western Americana.
R.F. Zogbaum—the Other Western Illustrator.
Army Lieutenant Edward W. Casey served his country in the Western Indian campaigns with distinction and honor.