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    Square Shooter (Columbia, 1935). Three Sheet (41" X 81"). Tim Baxter (Tim McCoy) has been framed for a murder he didn't commit and, after serving his time in prison, returns to his home town, not only to confront the real killers, but to regain a ranch, willed to him by his uncle, that was wrongfully taken from him. McCoy was a truly remarkable character. Not only was he one of the leading cowboy stars of the 1930s and 1940s, but he was also a sharpshooter, famous for his fast draw. Additionally, he was an expert on Indian folklore, and was one of the very few white men who could converse in the nearly-lost art of Indian sign language. His later years were spent as a gentleman rancher and an occasional guest at Wild West shows. This glorious three sheet boasts a spectacular image of this legendary star. It had pinholes in the corners, a small hole in the image area to the right of McCoy's head, a small instance of paper loss in the bottom border, a tiny hole in the top right corner, as well as one in the "M" of "McCoy," and one between the "H" and "O" in "Shooter." Professional restoration has expertly addressed these minor issues, rendering them visible only upon close examination, and returning a Near Mint appearance to this classic beauty. Fine/Very Fine on Linen.

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    July, 2008
    11th-12th Friday-Saturday
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