Butch Cassidy’s Amnesty Colt emerges for Sept. 30 auction

VENTURA, Calif. – California Auctioneers to offer Butch Cassidy’s Amnesty Colt 45 and other historic Wild West relics on Sept. 29-30 for a spectacular 2-day auction. The Butch Cassidy Amnesty Colt which was handed over to Juab County, Utah, Sheriff Pawley P. Christison Oct. 1899 is extremely well documented.

Additional highlights include the beaded jacket of Sioux legend Crazy Horse, who defeated George A. Custer on the Western Plains, the Colt Navy percussion of Confederate and outlaw legend Frank James, a very fine 23-inch Apache Olla  depicting more than 80 figures plus outstanding collections of Native American and Western artifacts.

Apache Basket

Apache basket, lot 434, estimate $800-$1,500. Photo courtesy California Auctioneers.

Saturday Sept. 29 will feature item such as French and American estate furniture, Baby Grands, Galle, Lalique and Tiffany, Western and Plein Air paintings, fine estate and antique jewelry, clocks, Lladro, antique dolls including Jumeau, toys, lighting, oriental rugs, fine pottery, porcelain and glassware…

Sunday Sept. 30 will feature historic and antique firearms, Native American artifacts, rugs, baskets, pottery, Western art, American antique furniture, collectibles, Indian jewelry and more.

Preview in person Thursday and Friday Sept. 27-28 at the California Auctioneers gallery, view the catalog online at the California Auctioneers website, or bid online live during the auction; they stream the sale live through three companies: Liveauctioneers, Proxibid and Artfact.

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