This is a set of two prints of penciled drawings. One shows an 1836 Colt Patterson with two cowboys on horseback at a gallop; one with his handgun drawn and the other cowboy reaching for his handgun. The frame has scratches and dings. The print is behind glass in the frame. In the lower left corner it has a copyright of 1950 and in the lower right corner it says the "San Franscisco Gun Exchange". There is a faint square discoloration in the center of the print. The cardboard backing of the frame has water stains.
The second print is of a 1847 Colt Walker. It shows what appears to be military men on horseback in a battle. This frame also has scratches, dings and the same kind of discoloration in the middle of the print. This print is also behind glass in the frame. The left lower corner shows the same copyright as the other print and also shows the same "San Franscisco Gun Exchange" in the lower right corner. This cardboard backing is puffed out. Both prints appear to have been around moisture.
If you like penciled sketches, especially of guns, cowboys, military men, or horses, you will appreciate these prints! They are very well done and the artist's name appears to be Dagley but is hidden in a plant in both prints. I would say he is/was a superb artist! If these prints were re-framed with new backing and possibly a nice matte, they would be quite an addition to your decor!
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