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  • Item Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Aug 08, 2008
  • Channel: Auction House


Antique Circa Late 1920's Brauer Bros. Holster with Leather Peacemaker/Gun Belt, featuring a Rarely Found North & Judd Belt Buckle! Super Low Starting Bid!

Great Antique late 1920's/ early 1930's Brauer Bros. Mfg. Co., St. Louis, Leather Snap Loop Holster on Leather Bullet Holder Gun Belt.

The Brauer Bros. Co. was started in 1898 and the are the oldest family owner leather makers, still in business, though no longer making leather goods. The snap loop style was designed in 1928. This great right hand leather holster has all brass snaps and studs, snaps both have the Brauer Bros. name on them. The sides are lock stitched and metal reinforced in stress areas. Removable from belt. Name is also stamped in the leather on back of holster along with H307 1/2 ( fits 7 1/2" barrel ).

Western style right hand Leather belt is marked Boyt with five stars, Des Moines, Iowa, L ( large ). All brass studs, adjustable from 40" to 45"(you could add a notch either way if you please) and is 3 1/8" wide in most areas, a bit wider w the holster hangs. Nickle belt buckle has the North & Judd anchor mark on back. I removed the 38 special bullets from the bullet holders(of course, bullets are NOT included) and t is a little bit of indentation and residue from w they had been in place for so many years.

This wonderful quality, hard to find set is in excellent, well cared for, used condition.

Perfect addition to your Antique Western Cowboy Collection!

Shipping for this item is $8.50 in the U.S., see below for more details. Remember this is a 5 DAY AUCTION!

PLEASE READ - All questions answered PRIOR to auction end. Winning Bidder to prepay plus above shipping cost(not negotiable), Insurance extra, 6% TAX MUST BE PAID BY PA. RESIDENTS (International sales to prepay through PayPal ONLY, plus actual posting vosts to destination including any required duty/VAT), PayPal (with Confirmed Address), cashier's checks, "USPS" ("United States Postal Service") Money orders, personal money orders treated as checks, personal checks welcome, but held for bank clearance, NO BIDPAY.Prompt communication from winning Bidder(WITHIN 2 DAYS OF AUCTION END) and payment(WITHIN 7 DAYS OF AUCTION END) is expected.

Good Luck! Goood Bidding! And, THANKS for the LOOKS!!!

from Pat Wilson - Antiques