There was never a time in the history of the world like the time of the early American cowboy in the old West. The frontier of the American West in the 19th century has been romanticized, but there is a reason for that! The lawmakers, the outlaws, the pioneers, the cowboys and the Indians, the vaqueros, and the miner 49ers – every last one a character and every last one a true part of American history. The old west may be gone forever, but its romance and ability to capture the imagination will never fade. Part of the collection of Western Americana at the Cameron Trading Post includes not only the bygone artifacts of Native American art but also the spurs, saddles, bridles, and other Western artifacts of the cowboys, vaqueros, and pioneers of the old West! Its not often we come across an old Tapia bridle, a pair of Estrada spurs, a fancy Navajo saddle or any of these Old West relics from the past, but when we do we are proud to add them to the collection of Western Americana at the Cameron Trading Post Gallery. So take a look at some of the Western and Cowboy artifacts; trappings of an era unique in all the history of the world.