Pancho Villa, Borein, Bohlin to Headline High Noon Western Americana Auction Mesa, Arizona — Historic and important are two words that only touch on the significance of the items coming to auction at High Noon’s 22nd Annual Western Americana Auction on Saturday, January 28, 20
brand on the shaft. This cool lot can be yours for about $1,000 to $1,500.
For those who have read popular adventure novels by emotionally intense and adventurous Zane Gray (1872-1939) such as Riders of the Purple Sage (1912), High Noon is proud offer his personal N Porter (Phoenix) saddle, fully carved, with his name inscribed prominently on the rear of cantle. This bit of history is estimated at $3000 to $4000.
The 22nd Annual High Noon Western Americana Weekend Event will be held January 28 and 29, 2012 at the Mesa Convention Center in Mesa, AZ.
The important High Noon Western Americana Auction will begin at 5pm Saturday, January 28th, when the final Pancho Villa saddle as well as over 300 lots of important Western Americana art, artifacts and historic property will be offered. Preview for this event will be Thursday and Friday, January 26th and 27th or by private appointment prior to the sale.
The weekend is complemented with the renowned two-day High Noon Western Americana Antique Show where over 100 of the country’s finest exhibitors featuring the best in historic to contemporary fill the Mesa Convention Center Exhibit halls making this event a Western Americana shopping experience of a lifetime.
For more information or photos for on the January 28-29, 2012 High Noon Western Americana Weekend event, please visit www.highnoon.com or call the office of High Noon at (310) 202-9010.