Darice 9193-02 Premium Wood Kit, Stagecoach
Darice 9193-02 Premium Wood Kit,
Darice, a family owned business since 1954. They take pride in our leadership within the craft industry by providing quality, on-trend and in-demand wholesale craft products to customers of all sizes. Their simple mission statement says it best: Exceed Customer Expectations. It is a Darice product. Originated from China. Premium Wood Kit Stagecoach.
- Brand: Darice
- ASIN: B00GX3GHG4
- UPC: 082676326820
Shotguns and Stagecoaches: The Brave Men Who Rode for Wells Fargo in the Wild West
Shotguns and Stagecoaches: The Brave Men Who Rode
The true stories of the Wild West heroes who guarded the iconic Wells Fargo stagecoaches and trains, battling colorful thieves, vicious highwaymen, and robbers armed with explosives.The phrase "riding shotgun" was no teenage game to the men who guarded stagecoaches and trains the Western frontier. Armed with sawed-off, double-barreled shotguns and an occasional revolver, these express messengers guarded valuable cargo through lawless terrain. They were tough, fighting men who risked their lives every time they climbed into the front boot of a Concord coach.Boessenecker introduces soon-to-be iconic personalities like "Chips" Hodgkins, an express rider known for his white mule and his ability to outrace his competitors, and Henry Johnson, the first Wells Fargo detective. Their lives weren't just one shootout after another―their encounters with desperadoes were won just as often with quick wits and memorized-by-heart knowledge of the land. The highway robbers also get their due. It wouldn't be a book about the Wild West without Black Bart, the most infamous stagecoach robber of all time, and Butch Cassidy's gang, America's most legendary train robbers.Through the Gold Rush and the early days of delivery with horses and saddlebags, to the heyday of stagecoaches and huge shipments o...
- ASIN: 1250184886
Concord Stagecoach Historically Accurate Wooden Model Kit 1:12 Scale
Wells Fargo : N. C. Wyeth : Circa 1907 Western Americana Art Print
Wells Fargo (CA) (Images of America)
Wells Fargo (CA) (Images of
Those striking images of stagecoaches traversing rugged mountain terrain are no mere marketing gimmick, but part and parcel of Wells Fargo's storied past. When Henry Wells and William Fargo founded the company in 1852, the gold rush had already brought thousands of people to California and uncovered the largest amount of wealth then known to the world. Wells Fargo served a unique role as a banking, express or transporting, and mail-delivery agency. In 1857, the company helped establish the Overland Mail Company; in 1861, it operated the Pony Express; and in 1866, it put together a 3,000-mile network of stagecoaches running between California and Nebraska. Three decades later, Wells Fargo covered the nation over a web of iron rails. Miners and merchants, ranchers and farmers alike depended on Wells Fargo. The company always used the fastest means possible for its deliveries and fund transfers, whether by riverboat, ocean steamer, pony express, stagecoach, railroad, or the fastest method of all, the telegraph.
- Brand: Brand: Arcadia Publishing
- ASIN: 073853143X
PLAYMOBIL® 6429 Stagecoach, Multicolor
PLAYMOBIL® 6429 Stagecoach,
Playmobil’s unique play principle stimulates imagination and creativity and thus promotes child development. With PLAYMOBIL, children can not only slip into many different roles, but also recreate and experience the world in miniature. With multiple talents, these cheerful figures successfully overcome all kinds of challenges – as Knights or pirates in historical scenarios, as construction workers, Vets and police officers today, or as secret agents in futuristic worlds.
- Color: Multicolor
- Brand: PLAYMOBIL®
- ASIN: B013BNG2SG
Wells Fargo Stagecoach Cookie Jar
Wells Fargo Stagecoach Cookie
Every detail of this Wells Fargo stagecoach cookie jar is handcrafted -- from the individual pieces of luggage on top of the coach, to the passengers peering out the windows. Measures 10" x 8-1/4" x 5-1/2". Outer packaging may show age.
- Color: Mixed
- Brand: Wells Fargo
- ASIN: B00U8FDKD6
- UPC: 755009459112
New Ray Big Country Western Stagecoach Playset
Old Tin Sign 8" x 8" Wanted Poster Wells Fargo Stage Coach Lines Classic Vintge Metal Sign
Master Toys Big Country Big Country Western Set (Stagecoach)
Artesania Latina 20340 1/10 Stage Coach
Artesania Latina 20340 1/10 Stage
American Stage Coach model from 1848. The 1/10 scale model kit includes everything you need to be able to complete the model in a satisfactory way: high quality wood and metal parts, and a complete set of step-by-step color instructions. This scale replica of the Far West stage coach is intended for any modeler.
- Brand: Artesania Latina
- ASIN: B0058FXYP0
- UPC: 734548327304
12 x 12 Inch Wood Sign Wanted Poster Wells Fargo Stage Coach Lines
Lindberg 1:16 scale Concord Stage Coach
Stagecoach: Wells Fargo and the American West
Stagecoach: Wells Fargo and the American
Sweeping in scope, as revealing of an era as it is of a company, Stagecoach is the epic story of Wells Fargo and the American West. The trail of Wells Fargo runs through nearly every imaginable landscape and icon of frontier folklore: the California Gold Rush, the Pony Express, the transcontinental railroad, the Civil War, and the Indian wars. From the Great Plains to the Rockies to the Pacific Ocean, the company's operations embraced almost all social, cultural, and economic activities west of the Mississippi. As its reputation for speed and dependability grew after the Gold Rush, the sight of a red-and-yellow Wells Fargo stagecoach racing across the prairie came to symbolize faith in a nation's progress. For a time, Wells Fargo was the most powerful and widespread institution in the American West, even surpassing the presence of the federal government. Stagecoach is a fascinating and rare combination of Western and business history. Along with its rich association with the frontier, readers will discover that swiftness, security, and connectivity have been constants in Wells Fargo's 150 years.
- Brand: Brand: Free Press
- ASIN: 0743234367