One of the 5 rifles used by Chuck Connor in The Rifleman is being auctioned:
Also, a shirt worn onscreen:
And a gun used by Michael Landon in Bonanza:
Also on that site: "Earp family photo"
Only known Earp family photo to be offered in August sale-(Newspaper article)
Only Known Earp Family Portrait KS - Dodge City, Ford County - c1875
100K minimum bid for the Earp photo. It will be interesting to see what it goes for compared to the Billy the Kid photo.
The Earp tokens are interesting, too. The provenance of the brass ride token is that of being found in the Tonopah NV dump in the last decade. I know some people who dig that dump every year, I'll have to ask them about that. According to that info, it's the only one known to exist.
Interesting photo-I wish it had a left to right identification of the sitters as I'm only certain about the i.d. of three - them Earp boys sure did look alike.As for the tokens there's more still out there and record prices will likely bring them into the public notice.I've heard rumors of at least two more besides the ones cited.I was at the Tonopah dump site several years ago and there's still plenty to be found and another token popping up wouldn't surprise me.A friend of mine is interested in checking out the dumps of Tombstone and Charleston after he gets permission.
No bids for "Earp Family Photo"..
I'd be cautious about that rifle from Connors' series. Those '92 Winhesters were modified so that all you had to do was throw the lever & it would fire--a cam inside the trigger guard engaged the trigger when the lever was closed. If that cam hasn't been removed the ATFD may confiscate the thing. The ATFD clqssed the thing as a Class 3 weapon--full auto--when it was originally made. That cam was why he could fire it so fast. He didn't even have to have his finger in the trigger guard. All he had to do was throw the lever.