Old West Saloon Whiskey Shot Glass - Long Branch Saloon
Old West Saloon Whiskey Shot Glass - Long Branch Saloon
Long Branch Saloon Dodge City Kans. Owned by Luke Short, this saloon provided live entertainment, gambling and gunfights.

Old West Saloon Whiskey Shot Glass - Long Branch Saloon

RJT#6901 -
$9.95

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The art work on these glasses is not printed on, rather it is etched into the glass in the style of the rare and highly collectable glasses of 130 years ago and are hard to tell from the old collectable glasses of that by gone era. Each glass tells a story of the days of this young country on the frontier. 
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Long Branch Saloon Dodge City Kans.
The Long Branch Saloon was a well-known saloon in Dodge City, Kansas from about
1874 to 1885. It was once owned by gunfighter Luke Short. They provided gambling and live entertainment.
It was the scene of several altercations, gunfights, and standoffs often associated with cattle towns in the west.
Most famous was the 1879 Gunfight, in which Frank Loving killed Levi Richardson. In old photos of the Long Branch Saloon
you will see on the porch roof a steer head, symbol of the End of Trail.
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