The National Texas Longhorn Museum

 

Cattlemen's Banner

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Cattlemen's
Convention Banner
of the 1880's


Thought to be the only one known.

May well have been seen by many well-known cattlemen of the West.

Made of cotton in the approximate weave and weight of an old cowboy's bandana.

Now properly preserved behind nonglare glass with supportive backing.

Frame designed and made
by Alan Rogers

34" x 38"

 

National Longhorn Museum
Click on the following links to learn about old steer horns, horn furniture & related items!
** Home ** Alan Rogers ** Contact ** Horn Gallery 1 ** Horn Gallery 2 **
NEW ! ** Horn Chairs -- Compare the Chairs of Puppe, Friedrich, Mittmann and the Appel Bros. **  NEW !
** Horn Chairs ** Horn Hatracks ** Horn Tables ** Learn About Horn Furniture **
** Buckhorn & Horn Palace Photos ** Wenzel & Albert Friedrich -- and Billie Keilman's Horn Palace Information **
** Herman Metz Horn Furniture Photos ** Metz Information **
** Bobcat Twister ** Champion (The Famous Steer) ** Old Photos of Steers, Cows & Bulls ** Cattlemen's Banner **
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