LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles-based High Noon Western Americana, and Brian Lebel’s Old West Show & Auction, announce their new business endeavor: Brian and Melissa Lebel are acquiring the annual High Noon Show & Auction, held every January in Mesa, Ariz., while continuing to operate their annual June event, currently held in Denver, Colo.
Linda Kohn Sherwood and Joseph Sherwood, as High Noon Western Americana, though spinning off their event business, will continue their active roll with acquisitions, private sales and appraisals. With the addition of the Mesa event to its lineup, Lebel’s Old West solidifies its position as a leader in the Western arts and collectibles market. The Sherwoods and Lebels remain committed to the future of the American western antiquities business.
Both parties agree that the spirit of cooperation and teamwork that has always existed between the two entities will continue well into the future. “We feel that this is the best way to ensure that both events continue to be the finest, strongest, most reputable events in our business,” says Old West Founder Brian Lebel. “It’s a natural evolution.”
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Linda Kohn Sherwood agrees. “Both of our companies are known for their excellent reputations and high standards. We are thrilled to be able to continue to deliver honesty, integrity, quality and continuity to all of our clients, in every capacity.”
Lebel’s Old West Show & Auction celebrates its 25th annual event June 27-29, 2014, at the Denver Mart in Denver.
The High Noon Show & Auction celebrates its 25th year this coming January 24-25, 2015 in Mesa, Ariz. For more information on High Noon Western Americana or Brian Lebel’s Old West Show & Auction, visit www.highnoon.com and www.codyoldwest.com.