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Texas Ranger Joaquin Jackson Estate Auction

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Welcome to the Estate Auction

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H. Joaquin Jackson

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Texas Ranger, NRA Director, Movie Actor & Texan

Please note that there are two sales occurring for this estate. 

See our other ad at estatesales.net under the estate sale heading for information on the estate sale taking place at the home of Joaquin Jackson

December 2nd, 3rd & 4th.

 

LOT 1  VINTAGE RANGER PHOTOGRAPH (1933) 8" x 10" Captioned on back "A pack train in the Big Bend Country showing a  couple of rangers..."  Stamped on back REF. DEPT. Jul 11 1933 N.E.A.                        

LOT 2  E.E. TOWNSEND POLL TAX RECEIPT.  A 1921 Brewster County, Texas Poll Tax Receipt signed by E.E. Townsend.  Townsend born in 1871 was call the "Father of Big Bend National Park" was a Texas Ranger, U.S. Marshal, Sheriff of Brewster County and Texas Congressman.

LOT 3  L.B CARRUTHERS Letter dated 1882 on J. Sender & Bro (Fort Davis Merchants robbed b Jesse Evans gang in 1880) written by L.B. Carruthers who was the Texas Rangers Sergeant of Company E that arrested John Selman.

LOT 4  J.B. GILLETT LETTER dated May 15th, 1901 written and signed by J.B. Gillett a Texas Ranger with Company D, Frontier Battalion.  Capt. Gillett also served with Companies A, E, & C and was city marshal in El Paso in 1882.  He wrote Six Years with The Texas Rangers in 1921

LOT 5  W. KEESEY LETTER & TOKEN.  Extremely rare W. Keesey saloon token from Fort Davis, Texas circa 1880's with a letter to Menger in San Antonio dated 1879 on Keesey Bros letterhead signed by O.M. Keesey who served as county judge in Presidio County in 1875 and Jeff Davis County in 1880 and again in 1891.

LOT 6   JOE SITTER PHOTOGRAPH.  Original black & white press photo of Joe Sitter on horseback and New York Tribune dated July 1, 1915 headline and photo cut line of same.  Sitter was a U.S. Customs mounted Inspector who captured the notorious bandit Chico Cano and was later ambushed and murdered by Cano.  Sitter was also involved in the raid and burning of Pilares, Mexico.

LOT 7   ALPINE NATIONAL BANK NOTE. Extremely rare series of 1929 small size National Currency $10 bank note issued by The First national Bank of Alpine, Texas.  A Jones-Woods note with printed H.L. Kokernot signature. 

LOT 8  RANGER COMMISSION JOE ALDRICH & FRANK HAMER. A scarce Texas Ranger Warrant of Authority (Commission) appointing J.W. Aldrich (Roy Aldrich's brother) a private in Headquarters Company Sept 28, 1929.  Signed by both Robert Robertson, Adjutant General and Capt. Frank A. Hamer of Bonnie and Clyde fame.

LOT 9  JOHN WESLEY HARDIN MEMOIR. An original card cover printing of the Life of John Wesley Hardin published by Smith & Moore, Seguin, Texas 1896.  Most of these were destroyed in a fire during litigation shortly after printing. 

LOT 10  TEXAS CRIMINAL BOOK.  Texas cardcover list of Fugitives From Justice for 1900.  Austin: Von Boeckmann, Moore & Schutze State Contractor, 1900.  203 pgs. Contains descriptions and lists crimes of Fugitives from all over Texas.

LOT 11  EMBROIDERED DIRECTOR'S CHAIR COVERS & THE GOOD OLD BOYS - AUTOGRAPHED.  Embroidered canvas director's chair back & seat, 1st edition Hardback with dust jacket of The Good Old Boys, inscribed by Elmer Kelton to Joaquin, paperback edition of the Good Old Boys inscribed by Kelton to Joaquin with movie reference. 

LOT 12  GOOD OLD BOYS SCRIPT SIGNED BY ACTOR, TOMMY LEE JONES.  Joaquin's copy of the loose leaf script for the Good Old Boys inscribed to Joaquin by Tommy Lee Jones.

LOT 13  JOAQUIN'S PERSONALIZED CAST JACKET FROM THE STREETS OF LAREDO MOVIE SET.  Jacket embroidered with Streets of Laredo.  His personal worn momento from his association with the film. 

LOT 14  GOOD OLD BOYS BUCKLE. Sterling Silver and brass custom made movie prop belt buckle from the movie Good Old Boys.  Worn by Joaquin in his role as Sheriff Wes Wheeler in the movie

LOT 15  CUSTOM MADE MOVIE PROP BADGE FROM THE MOVIE GOOD OLD BOYS. Movie prop worn by Joaquin Jackson in his role as sheriff.

LOT 16  MOVIE PROP SIGN FROM GOOD OLD BOYS.  Two-line lettered "WES WHEELER SHERIFF" on pine plank.  50" wide x 8" tall.

LOT 17  FRAMED TOMMY LEE JONES PHOTO FROM THE MOVIE LONESOME DOVE.  Inscribed to Joaquin from Tommy Lee Jones.  Measures approximately 21" x 17-1/2". 

LOT 18  TEXAS FLAG FLOWN OVER THE ALAMO.  Includes a certificate to Joaquin Jackson.

LOT 19  TEXAS FLAG FLOWN OVER THE TEXAS CAPITOL IN RECOGNITION OF SERVICE.  Includes a certificate to Joaquin Jackson.

LOT 20  WOODEN BOXED SET OF SGT. JOAQUIN JACKSON DOMINOES.  From the Texas Ranger Association Foundation.

LOT 21  RESISTOL SIZE 7-1/2" SHANTUNG PANAMA COWBOY HAT COMPLETE WITH JOAQUIN JACKSON SWEAT STAINS.

LOT 22  ATWOOD "HEREFORD" SIZE 7-1/2" PALM LEAF COWBOY HAT THAT BELONGED TO JOAQUIN JACKSON.

LOT 23  TEXAS HATTERS HALF-BREED BY MANNY.  "Made Especially For H. Joaquin Jackson Texas Ranger" on sweat band.  Cowboy hat with horse hair hatband.

LOT 24  LIGHT BROWN NECKERCHIEF SCARF WITH RAWHIDE SCARF KNOT WORN BY JOAQUIN JACKSON.

LOT 25  CHOICE LOT OF 5 NECKERCHIEF SCARVES WORN BY JOAQUIN JACKSON.

LOT 26  TONY LAMA EL PASO COWBOY BOOTS EMBROIDERED WITH THE GOLD TEXAS RANGERS BADGE EMBLEM. Size 11-1/2A worn by Joaquin Jackson.

LOT 27  RIOS OF MERCEDES BLACK HIGH TOP COWBOY BOOTS WITH RED, WHITE AND BLUE NRA LOGO ON TOPS WORN BY JOAQUIN JACKSON.

LOT 28  JUSTIN DARK BROWN POINT TOE, UNDERSLUNG HEEL FANCY STITCH TOP COWBOY BOOTS.  One of Joaquin's favorite pairs.

LOT 29  SPURS WITH ROUND TEXAS RANGER SILVER ONLAYS.   A set of spurs marked BK 122 with round Texas Rangers silver onlays on the heels and silver arrow onlays on the shanks.  Leathers marked Spriggs. 

LOT 30  3 TOOLED BLACK LEATHER RANGER BELTS.  Choice of 3 belts, two with buckle sets, one without a buckle. 

LOT 31  BIG COUNTRY RANGER BRONZE BY C.W. "CHUCK" WARDEN.  No. 20 of 25, 1986, 14-1/4" tall.

LOT 32  BRUSH COUNTRY RANGER BRONZE BY C.W. "CHUCK" WARDEN.  No. 10 of 25, 1984, 14-1/4" tall. 

LOT 33  THE WINCHESTER BOOK BY GEORGE MADIS. 1963 printing presented to Joaquin Jackson.

LOT 34  THE WINCHESTER BOOK BY GEORGE MADIS. 1 of 1,000 printing bound upside down and backwards and inscribed to Joaquin Jackson by the author.

LOT 35  COLTS LIMITED EDITION BOOK BY JERRY R. HEMPHILL.  A gift to Joaquin Jackson signed by the author. 

LOT36  GLENN ELLIOTT A RANGER'S RANGER BOOK BY GLENN ELLIOTT.  First edition inscribed with a personal not to Joaquin Jackson from the author. 

LOT37  KING FISHER HIS LIFE AND TIMES BY O.C. FISHER.  1966 printing inscribed to Joaquin Jackson by the author. 

LOT38  I'M FRANK HAMER THE LIFE OF A TEXAS PEACE OFFICER BY H. GORDON FROST AND JOHN H. JENKINS.  Includes 27 signatures including E.L. Oliver, Capt. Co. A, Pat Speir, Chief Texas Rangers J.L. rogers, Inspector of Texas Rangers & Bob Crowder, Capt. Co. B. Signed by the author. 

Lot 39 A LINED SUEDE LEATHER VEST, PHOTO OF JOAQUIN AND A TEXAS RANGER OFFICIAL BUSINESS PARKING PASS.   Photo shows Joaquin wearing this vest as part of his uniform.  Vest has badge pin holes in pocket.

LOT 40  TEXAS RANGER UNIFORM SHIRT, TIE AND TIE CHAIN.  Photo of Joaquin Jackson and Nick Nolte (Extreme Prejudice movie) included in shadow box. 

LOT 41  DARK BROWN TEXAS RANGER UNIFORM SHIRT AND TIE WITH PHOTO.  Photo shows Joaquin Jackson and Sheriff Norman Hooten of Kinney County and is signed by Sheriff Hooten. 

LOT 42  LEATHER VEST AND A PHOTO OF JOAQUIN WEARING THE VEST AND A TEXAS RANGER OFFICIAL BUSINESS PARKING PASS.   Badge pin holes in vest.

LOT 43  PRESIDIO COUNTY, TEXAS DEPUTY SHERIFF BADGE NO. 505.   And a Presidio County Deputy photo I.D. card that belonged to Joaquin Jackson. 

LOT 44  WATCH FOB, CHAIN AND PHOTO.  A silver mounted animal claw watch fob and chain that belonged to Joaquin Jackson.  Comes with photo of Joaquin wearing the fob. 

LOT 45  A U.S. CUSTOMS SERVICE I.D. CARD.   Wallet, training guide booklet and commission letter signed by Joe E. Milner, Director of D.P.S. issued to H. Joaquin Jackson. 

LOT 46  TEXAS RANGERS SERGEANT BELT BUCKLE OWNED BY JOAQUIN JACKSON. 

LOT 47  PRISON MADE LEATHER DUFFLE BAG.   Made with cowhide and calf skin branded "Joaquin Jackson Texas Ranger Alpine, Texas".  Measures approximately 28" x 16". 

LOT 48  H. JOAQUIN JACKSON'S BRIEFCASE.   The combination to this briefcase is his badge number and the contents are as he left them.  It's chocked full of interesting memorabilia. 

LOT 49  RANGER JOHNNY AYCOCK'S CANTEEN.   Hand tooled leather canteen cover and canteen with whip stitched edges. 

LOT 50  SIG SAUER BORDER PATROL COMMEMORATIVE PISTOL.   This unfired pistol is still in the box and was a gift from Lance Jackson  to Joaquin. 

LOT 51  SMITH & WESSON 2-1/2" ROUND BUTT MODEL 19 .357 REVOLVER CARRIED BY JOAQUIN JACKSON. 

LOT 52  COLT SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER IN .44 SPECIAL CALIBER WITH 4-5/8" BARREL. 

LOT 53  CIMMARON SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER .38-40 WITH 5-1/2" BARRLE OWNED BY JOAQUIN JACKSON. Blued and case hardened gun comes with factory box and papers. 

LOT 54  CIMMARON SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER .44-40 WITH 5-1/2" BARREL OWNED BY JOAQUIN JACKSON.  Blued and case hardened gun comes with factory box and papers. 

LOT 55  EL PASO SADDLERY TEXAS RANGER GUN BELT AND HOLSTER.  Brown holster is for a 7-1/2" Colt with (42) .44-.45 cal. cartridge loops owned by Joaquin Jackson.  Tooled on Ranger badge on holster. 

LOT 56  POMMEL HOLSTER AND SADDLE BAG COMBINATION.   This brown tooled basket weave leather ring has Wilford Brimley's B7 brand on the saddle bag.  Owned by Joaquin Jackson. 

LOT 57  BARRANTI TOOLED BROWN LEATHER HOLSTER AND MATCHING CLIP POUCH.  This holster is for a 1911 that belonged to Joaquin.

LOT 58  FOLDING KNIFE.  Joaquin's 175th anniversary Texas Ranger Association Foundation brass mounted wood grips folding knife with leather sheath.  Made by Camillus. 

LOT 59  BRIAN YELLOWHORSE CASE DOCTOR'S KNIFE WITH TURQUOIS INLAYS IN A WOOD PRESENTATION BOX. 

LOT 60  CUSTOM STAG HANDLED DROP POINT HUNTING KNIFE.  Has a "finger" hallmark and #863 on it.  Comes with sheath. 

LOT 61  BLACK HANDLED DAMASCUS STEEL BLADE DROP POINT SKINNER.  Has an engraved finger guard and is hallmarked RH 2006.  Comes with a sheath. 

LOT 62 CUSTOM MADE BOWIE KNIFE BY RALPH B. KERLEY, JR.  MADE FOR JOAQUIN.  Comes with a leather sheath. 

LOT 63  JOAQUIN'S WELL USED BINOCULARS WITH CASE.

LOT 64  BROWNING BAR MOUNTED WITH SCOPE.  This Browning BAR in 30-06 was Joaquin's favorite deer rifle. 

LOT 65  WINCHESTER MODEL 42 .410 PUMP SHOTGUN.  Joaquin could tell you that it takes one hell of a shot to hunt with one of these. 

LOT 66  WINCHESTER MODEL 62A PUMP 22 RIFLE.

LOT 67  REMINGTON MODEL 870 EXPRESS MAGNUM PUMP 20 GAUGE SHOTGUN.

LOT 68  WALL PLAQUE MOUNTED DEER HORNS WITH 3 MOUNTED ARROWHEADS.  Plaque states H. Joaquin Jackson Rancho "El Roble" Tamps, Mexico Jan. 14, 1994. 

LOT 69  JOAQUIN'S FRAMED ARROWHEAD COLLECTION.  Contains 100 arrowheads and measures approximately 40" wide x 23" tall. 

LOT 70  GILT FRAMED GICLEE OF JACK WHITE'S PAINTING OF H. JOAQUIN JACKSON.  Image measures 30" x 40".

LOT 71  FRAMED AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO SHOWING 15 MOUNTED COMPANY "E" RANGERS.  Photograph has 11 signatures.

LOT 72  FOR THE LADIES, MRS. SHIRLEY JACKSON'S CROCODILE AND BLACK MINK HANDBAG.

LOT 73  RUSTIC WOOD FRAMED PHOTOGRAPH SHOWING 95 TEXAS RANGERS IN FRONT OF TEXAS STATE CAPITOL - OCTOBER 1992.  Measures approximately 33-1/2" x 21-1/4".

LOT 74  ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS BY ACCLAIMED WESTERN ARTIST DONALD YENA TITLED BIG RAIN LITTLE FIRE 2009

LOT 75  FRAMED PHOTO OF JOAQUIN JACKSON AND ACTOR JEFF BRIDGES.  This photo was taken when Joaquin was a character consultant in the 2016 feature film Hell or High Water.  Personalized from Bridges. 

LOT 76  CUSTOM LEATHER BOUND AND CASED BOOK THE TEXAS RANGERS, A CENTURY OF FRONTIER DEFENSE BY WALTER PRESCOTT WEBB.  This second edition 1965 book is embossed on the front cover, "Joaquin Jackson Company D Texas Rangers".

LOT 77  ONE RANGER A MEMOIR BY H. JOAQUIN JACKSON AND DAVID MARION WILKINSON.  This first edition 2005 paperback is lovingly inscribed to Shirley Jackson from Joaquin.  It is also signed by David Marion Wilkinson. 

LOT 78  THE TEXAS RANGERS, A CENTURY OF FRONTIER DEFENSE PAPERBACK BY WALTER PRESCOTT WEBB.  Signed by 118 Texas Rangers. 

LOT 79  MY RANGERING DAYS PAPERBACK BY BOB FAVOR, LT. (RET.) TEXAS RNAGER 1967-1992.  Inscribed "Joaquin, When you stop to think about it we really had one helluva time."

LOT 80  TEX HILL:  FLYING TIGER HARDCOVER BOOK BY DAVID LEE "TEX" HILL, BRIGADIER GENERAL, TEXAS AIR NATIONAL GUARD WITH MAJOR REAGAN SCHAUPP, USAF.  Inscribed:  "To my longtime friend H. Joaquin Jackson.  All the best to one of the great Texas Rangers - A real legend.  "Tex" Hill 02-07-04.

LOT 81 LONESOME DOVE, A NOVEL BY LARRY MCMURTRY.  Has a personal note from the author: "For Joaquin & Shirley Jackson With my Best Wishes Larry McMurtry". 

LOT 82  TEXAS BY JAMES MICHENER AND A PHOTO OF JOAQUIN WITH THE AUTHOR.  Includes author's label: "To Joaquin Jackson with thanks and best wishes".  Signed James A. Michener.

LOT 83  FRAMED ARROWHEAD COLLECTION CONTAINING 73 POINTS.  Frame is homemade.  Owned by Joaquin Jackson.

LOT 84  FRAMED OIL ON CANVAS STAGECOACH PAINTING BY PLUMMER.  This hung above the fireplace in the Jackson home in Alpine, Texas.  Measures 36" x 24"

LOT 85  TEXAS FLAG AND CERTIFICATE TO JOAQUIN JACKSON TEXAS RANGER BY CITIZENS OF LAMB COUNTY.

LOT 86  FRAMED CERTIFICATE AND LETTER SIGNED BY LEO GOSSETT AND JAMES B. ADAMS FOR 30 YEARS OF SERVICE TO TEXAS RANGER JOAQUIN JACKSON.

LOT 87  RUSTIC FRAMED PRINT OF A SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER AND TEXAS RANGER BADGE.  Measures approximately 26" x 21-1/2".

LOT 88  "YARD LONG" PHOTO OF THE HIGHLAND HEREFORD BREEDERS ASSOCIATION.   1923 Rangers J.B. Gillett and J.C. Bird are in this photo.  Measures approximately 38" x 14". 

LOT 89  RANGER STAR METAL ART.  Measures 29" in diameter. 

LOT 90  L.M. EASTERLING EL PASO CUSTOM BOOTS WITH JOAQUIN'S "WALKING J" BRAND ON THE BOOT TOPS.

LOT 91  BLACK OSTRICH L.M. EASTERLING EL PASO CUSTOM BOOTS WITH THE TEXAS RANGER BADGE EMBROIDERED ON FRONT OF TOPS AND JOAQUIN'S "WALKING J" BRAND ON THE BACK TOPS. 

LOT 92  BROWN OSTRICH L.M. EASTERLING EL PASO CUSTOM BOOTS WITH THE TEXAS RANGER BADGE EMBROIDERED ON THE FRONT OF TOPS AND JOAQUIN'S "WALKING J" BRAND ON BACK OF TOPS. 

LOT 93  3 BELTS.  Winning bidder takes his choice of any or all.

LOT 94  RANGER CARTRIDGE BELT, BLACK WEB BELT WITH BRASS TEXAS RANGER BUCKLE.  Buckle is hallmarked "ANSON MILLS. PAT. FEB 1, 1881 T.X. ORNDORFF SOLE MANF. WORCESTER MASS. U.S.A."

LOT 95  POCKET KNIVES AND SHEATHS.  Winning bidder has choice of any or all. 

LOT 96  JOHNNY RODRIGUEZ ALBUMS.  Joaquin's collection with some of them signed.

LOT 97  JOHNNY RODRIGUEZ MEMORABILIA.

LOT 98  ITHACA MODEL 500 OVER/UNDER 20 GAUGE SHOTGUN WITH HARD CASE GIVEN TO JOAQUIN FROM JOHNNY RODRIGUEZ.  An oval silver plaque on buttstock is inscribed "To Joaquin Jackson From Johnny Rodriguez 12-77".

LOT 99  EARLY TAN UNIFORM SHIRT AND TIE WITH PHOTO OF JOAQUIN.

LOT 100  JOAQUIN'S EARLIEST UNIFORM SHIRT WITH TIE.

LOT 101  JOAQUIN'S TAN COLORED JACKET WITH THE TEXAS RANGER BADGE EMBROIDERED ON LEFT BREAST. 

LOT 102  DUTY WORN D.P.S. STYLE HEAVY COAT WITH ZIPPERS FOR PISTOL ACCESS ON SIDES. 

LOT 103  TEXAS RANGER COVERALLS.  Even Joaquin had to roll up the legs on these duty worn Texas Ranger coveralls!

LOT 104  LEATHER BOBER JACKET.  Duty worn leather bomber jacket from early in Joaquin's career. 

LOT 105  JOAQUIN'S FAVORITE JACKET.  This was one of Joaquin's favorite style jackets that we all saw him in so frequently.   

LOT 106  UNIFORM DRESS VEST.  Joaquin wore this dress vest as part of his uniform.  It still shows badge pinholes. 

LOT 107  TEXAS RANGER'S BUCKLE SET AND TOOLED LEATHER BELT.  This prison made buckle bears the Texas Ranger badge and on the keepers, the letters "JJ".  Made by Mark Smith. 

LOT 108  WINCHESTER MODEL 94 .30-30 TEXAS RANGER COMMEMORATIVE 1923-1973 SADDLE RING CARBINE CARRIED BY JOAQUIN JACKSON. 

LOT 109  JOAQUIN'S WORLD FAMOUS TEXAS RANGER BOOTS FROM THE TEXAS MONTHLY PHOTOS.  'Nuff said.

LOT 110  TEXAS MONTHLY RUSTIC FRAMED PHOTO OF JOAQUIN JACKSON ON A HORSE.  Has Texas Monthly label on the back.  Measures 18-1/2" x 21".

LOT 111  RUSTIC FRAMED PHOTO OF JOAQUIN JACKSON'S FAMOUS TEXAS RANGER BOOTS.  Has Texas Monthly label on the back.  Measures 17-1/2" x 21". 

LOT 112  RUSTIC FRAMED PHOTO OF JOAQUIN'S ICONIC POSE THAT EMBLAZENED THE FRONT COVER OF TEXAS MONTHLY

LOT 113  M1 CARBINE MARKED U.S. CARBINE CAL .30 IBM CORP 3902832.  Comes with 4 clips.  Carried by Joaquin Jackson.

LOT 114  WWII ERA M1 GARAND MARKED H&R ARMS CO. 5589404.  Comes with 10 clips and ammo.

LOT 115  BAYONET AND SCABBARD.

LOT 116  REMINGTON 1100 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN WITH RIFLE SIGHTS.  D.P.S. - 27998 on the left side of the receiver.

LOT 117  WINCHESTER 9422M .22 MAGNUM RIFLE.  This was Joaquin's varmint getter.

LOT 118  GILT FRAMED GICLEE OF JACK WHITE'S PAINTING OF JOAQUIN JACKSON.  Image measures 30" x 40".

LOT 119  AMERICAN COWBOY MAGAZINE WALL PLAQUEPresented to Joaquin "Top 20 Greatest Rangers of all time". 

LOT 120  #1 BOX SET OF ONE RANGER AND ONE RANGER RETURNS.  This boxed set was printed by the University of Texas press in an edition limited to 500 signed and numbered copies for sale, of which this is copy #1.  Signature H. Joaquin Jackson. 

LOT 121  TEXAS RANGER MEXICAN REVOLUTION BY CHARLES H. HARRIS, III & LOUIS R. SADLER.  Inscribed by Charles H. Harris to Joaquin. 

LOT 122  JOE B. HUNT TEXAS RANGER CAMPFIRE TALES BY JOE B. HUNT.  Hardback book inscribed by the author. 

LOT 123  BOXED AND SIGNED COWBOY CORNER CONVERSATION BY RED STEAGALL.  Limited edition number 35 of 100, with a personal note to Joaquin by the author. 

LOT 124  MURDER AND MAYHEM THE WAR OF RECONSTRUCTION TEXAS BY JAMES M. SMALLWOOD, BARRY A. CROUCH, AND LARRY PEACOCK.  Signed by Larry Peacock and includes a personal letter from Carey Peacock. 

LOT 125  PRESIDIO COUNTY I.D. & BADGE.  Issued to Joaquin Jackson January 4th, 2005. 

LOT 126  FELT COWBOY HAT BY RESISTOL PECOS 7-1/2 WITH LEATHER STAMPEDE STRING.  Joaquin's work hat.

LOT 127  FELT COWBOY HAT BY RESISTOL BUCKSKIN 7-1/2.  Well worn by Joaquin.

LOT 128  2007 CHEVROLET TAHOE.  JOAQUIN'S PERSONAL VEHICLE.

LOT 129  A PAIR OF TALL BLACK CUSTOM MADE COWBOY BOOTS WORN BY JOAQUIN JACKSON.  #110 960-1 in boot. 

LOT 130  MEDIUM TOP BROWN CUSTOM MADE COWBOY BOOTS WORN BY JOAQUIN.  #980 11-1/2AA in boot. 

LOT 131  MEDIUM TOP BLACK CUSTOM MADE COWBOY BOOTS WORN BY JOAQUIN JACKSON.  #111 980-1 in boots.

LOT 132  A PAIR OF BROWN TALL L.M. EASTERLING EL PASO CUSTOM MADE COWBOY BOOTS WORN BY JOAQUIN JACKSON.

LOT 133  A PAIR OF BROWN BOOTS WORN BY JOAQUIN JACKSON.

LOT 134  BLUED STEEL TEXAS RANGER SPURS.  Company I with 4 silver onlays and hallmarked POST.  Comes with Spriggs plain leather straps. 

LOT 135  A CUSTOM SET OF SIM'S BLACK SPURS WITH GOLD COLORED ONLAYS.  Onlays include Joaquin Jackson, Texas Ranger badges, and the State of Texas.  Nice tooling and stitched leathers. 

LOT 136  A TINNED COPPER CANTEEN WITH IRON MOUNTINGS.

LOT 137  HANDCUFFS WITH LEG CHAIN.  Made by the Peerless Handcuff Co. Springfield, Mass 115186 Patent 1531451-1872857.  Made in the U.S.A.  Shows circular trademark register stamp. 

LOT 138  HIGH BIDDERS CHOICE OF THREE HOLSTERS.

LOT 139  HIGH BIDDERS CHOICE ON 3 HOLSTERS. 

LOT 140  A SMITH & WESSON 4" SQUARE BUTT MODEL 19 .357 MAGNUM REVOLVER.  Carried by Joaquin Jackson. 

LOT 141  CINCO PESO PERSONAL TEXAS RANGER BADGE AND I.D. CARD IN A BLACK WALLET.  Includes his driver's license, numerous assorted business cards, a note signed by Joaquin Jackson excusing his son Lance from P.E. and a Miranda card.  A very personal Ranger item. 

LOT 142  WINCHESTER MODEL 94 ROUND BARREL CARBINE IN 32WS CALIBER.  This was one of his favorites out of a huge collection of Winchesters that he sold off years ago.  Carbine serial number indicates manufacture date of 1939.  Comes with basket weave tooled leather scabbard. 

 

 

 

 

 

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