In the 19th century, an American soldier and bison hunter, William Frederick Cody—better known as Buffalo Bill—created a show based on his own life. According to the Legends of America’s website, Buffalo Bill’s wild west show was billed as one of the entertainment triumphs of the ages as it toured through Europe. Numerous posters, CDVs, and card photographs of the show are being featured in the upcoming Circus, Slideshow & Oddities Auction.
Besides collectibles from the Buffalo Bill show, will also present items from the circus, including Raymond & Company’s 1847 poster advertising a menagerie of animals. The border of the poster is lined with woodcuts of the animals, while the center image on the poster depicts a golden chariot. Other available items include seven photographs of P.T. Barnum’s home along with a color lithograph poster of the Great London Circus. To bid for the above-mentioned items and more, visit Invaluable
Lot Categories:Asian Works Of Art (9), Collectibles (571), Decorative Art (18), Dolls, Bears & Toys (14), Fine Art (126), Furniture (13)
# of Lots:757
Price Range:$40 - $7,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Buffalo Bill’s First Wild West Performance Program.||
|Raymond & Company’s Menagerie for 1847. Chrysarma.||
|The Great London Circus. Seals and Polar Bears.||
|Seven Photographs of P.T. Barnum’s Home, Marina.||
|Buffalo Bill Cody Cabinet Card Photograph.||
- Asian Works Of Art
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Toys & Games
- Buffalo Bill
- Buffalo Bill Cody
- P.T. Barnum
- Potter & Potter Auctions
- Raymond & Company
- The Great London
- Wild West
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