First edition. 8vo. 21.5 x 27.7 cm [8 1/2" x 11"] oblong, color, stapled wrappers, 144 pp., illustrated, index. R. T. Frazier was the original designer, owner, and maker of the famous Pueblo Saddle. There are illustrations depicting their show rooms, as well as all types of saddles, saddle horn trees, saddle pockets, tapideros, stirrups, riding bridles, holsters, cartridge belts, chaparejos, cinchas, blankets,cuffs, belts, hand bags, brief cases, portfolios,, spur straps, etc. Also they advertise hats, shirts, work and dress shoes, cowboy boots, gloves, all types of spurs including silver mounted steel spurs, silver inlaid and plain spurs, inexpensive spurs, steel bits, rowels, buckles, truck and truck farm harnesses, collars, traveling bags, suitcases, etc. A catalog full of items for the cowboy and ranch. Small scrape to front cover that affects the word "catalog," verso of front cover reinforced with old cellophane tape, plus small cellophane tape reinforcement to the first four pages, a hole at the top of spine whereby this catalog was hung, light wear to the fore-edges of the front and rear covers, with the interior clean and tight for an overall very good copy.
Inventory Number: 43305