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Material: Copper over Silver Base
Size: Width ~ apx 3/4 inch, Length ~ 2 & 3/16th inches
Vintage Pendleton Round-up merchandise is quite collectable, with jewelry items in
general being rather hard to find.
Although this piece is somewhat hard to date we estimate apx. 1930's - 40's.
It is copper in color, over silver metal. A cowboy riding a bucking horse decorates
the center, surrounded by the words; Pendleton Round-up Let 'er Buck. Encircling
the entire perimeter is a old rope or lasso.
This type of pin can be used for hats, lapels, vests, ties, jabots, etc.It is in
overall good vintage estate condition, with slight variation in color, most noteworthy
to pin front, however this may even out with a light polish. Additionally there
is a very slight kink in pin. Nothing glaring or unexpected. Please see images.
For those of you unfamiliar with one of our Pacific North West's longest running
traditions, the first Round Up took place September 29, 1910. It was billed as;
a frontier exhibition of picturesque pastimes, Indian and Military spectacles, cowboy
racing and bronco busting for the championship of the Northwest. The first rodeo
drew 7000 people and has subsequently grown to be one of the 10 largest in the world,
a truly International event that runs annually for seven days, during the first full
week in September.
Vintage Pendleton Round-up Stick Pin - Hard To Find