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Jim and Belinda Quan live in Northern California, which seems to be where there's a huge congregation of Cap Gun Collectors. They are friends with Chuck Quinn and according to him, "The Salt of the Earth." You can reach them at:
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(in Uncle Talley's order)




VARIOUS OTHER COLLECTIONS






Well, Belinda thought enough to go ahead and send a photo of the rifle wall. From top left is a butterscotch Leslie-Henry Texas Ranger. At center is Marx Lone Ranger, followed by 2 Roy Rogers, Daisy Annie Oakley, Cheyenne, & High Chaparral. Then double Annie Oakley holster set, single Lone Ranger Holster, & double Buffalo Bill Holster set. To the right are Lone Ranger & Hubley Centennial Rifles. Also Bat Masterson canes.


As Belinda says........"Same room, but we're now on another wall. Holster sets!


Character holster sets!


And even more! Do I see a Gray Ghost holster set? Those things are expensive!
Character holster sets!


Going around the corner! You'll see Overland Trail, US Marshal, Bonanza w/2 Leslie Henry long barrel Bonanza cap guns, Lawman Set, & Davy Crockett set with rare Stevens Davy Crockett cap gun.


Going around the corner! You'll see Overland Trail, US Marshal, Bonanza w/2 Leslie Henry long barrel Bonanza cap guns, Lawman Set, & Davy Crockett set with rare Stevens Davy Crockett cap gun.


And now we go down the hall. And to think that these people initially told me that they didn't have much of a collection. That's modesty bordering on the verge of...........well..........anyway........they have a fine collection!


More fantastic holsters. I see more of those Hoppy grips in color. At first I thought that a kid painted one, but now I've seen them in many collections. Notice the nice gold foil holster. And it surely looks like a Stallion 45 MK-II.


A little farther down the wall. I think I need to hang some of my collection. My only trouble is that such a small percentage of it is MINT. But at least I have a completely "Basic Nichols Collection" including a Model 95 rifle. Just few things in really great condition. One of J & B's walls is worth more than my collection!



Thanks For The Offering Belinda and Jim!

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