2015 Coeur d’Alene Art Auction / Lot 1217 / 290  •  View Catalog  •   • 

Edward H. Bohlin (1895 – 1980)
Dick Dickson, Jr. Parade Saddle

Undeniably the most popular parade model that Ed Bohlin ever produced, the Dickson, Jr. is built on a Miles City tree with 13” swells, 15” seat, and a 3½” high Cantle, 21” long tapaderos. Mounted with stylishly engraved diamond and half-diamond conchos on oak-barked tanned California leather with the horn and front of the saddle made of one-piece, heavy gauge, engraved sterling silver extending from the arch of the saddle under the gullet. Full ¾” silver rope cantle binding. Corner and tapadero mountings are large with raised conchos to match the ornaments on the borders of the saddle. Silver buffalo on the horn cap. Includes matching Bohlin-made bridle with Results overlaid bit and Bohlin breastcollar.

Private Collection, MT


Edward H. Bohlin

1895 – 1980

Dick Dickson, Jr. Parade Saddle
Sold at Auction: $16,380
Condition Report

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