JUVENILES: COWBOYS & INDIANS

The turn of the 20th century saw the first western movies. Cowboy films had become big business by the 1930s, and Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, Hopalong Cassidy, The Lone Ranger and others expanded the genre by licensing products to help advertise their movies and TV shows. Children’s riding toys were popular for this type of merchandising…

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Items in this Collection

1918-1923 Hendee Mfg Co – Indian Girls Roadster Model 154

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1924 Hendee Indian Coaster Wagon

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1924 Indian Junior Roadster Model 150-H

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1924 Indian Motocycle Co – Motobike Model 151

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1950s (Roy Rogers) Trigger & Bullet Hobby Horse

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1950s Hopalong Cassidy ‘Topper’ Rocking Horse (Rich Toys Inc)

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1950s Rollfast Hopalong Cassidy Roller Skates

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1950s Roy Rogers ‘Trigger Horse Car’

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1951 Indian Scout 22″ Three-Speed

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1951 Monark ‘Gene Autry’ Boys’ Bicycle

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1951 Monark ‘Gene Autry’ Girls’ Bicycle

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1951 Monark ‘Gene Autry’ Velocipede Tricycle

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1951 Monark Silver King ‘Gene Autry’ Girls’ Bicycle

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1952 Hopalong Cassidy …Finished and on the Road!

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1952 Rollfast 26″ Hopalong Cassidy Super de Luxe 26″ Spring Fork Cowboy Bike

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1952 Rollfast Hopalong Cassidy Girls Bicycle

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1952 Rollfast Hopalong Cassidy Velocipede Tricycle

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1952 Rollfast Hopalong Cassidy Velocipede Tricycle

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1952 Rollfast Hopalong Cassidy Young Girls Bicycle

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1953 Garton Cowboy Sidewalk Bike

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1953 Rollfast Hopalong Cassidy Boys’ Bicycle

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1954 Hamilton Roy Rogers ‘Nellybelle’ Jeep

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1955 Steger ‘Roy Rogers’ Full-size Stake-bed Chuck Wagon

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1956 Hercules ‘Lone Ranger’

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1970s VPW Leader Bronco (Montreal, Canada)

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