Mid 20th Century Heavy Cast Iron Bookend After “End of the Trail”


  • Unique heavy cast iron a native American man on a horse bookend is after famous “End of the Trail” statue sculpted by James Earle Fraser for the San Francisco Panama-Pacific Exposition in 1915. The statue depicts a native American Indian on horseback with lance.It is nicely aged and shows a fair amount of tarnishing and patina which gives it more characters.
  • Period: Mid 20th Century
  • Style: Native American, Southwestern
  • It is in great vintage condition (marks and wear consistent with its age and history).
  • Dimensions (approximately):
    6″ H x 5.5″ L x 2.5″ W
    3.8 lbs

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