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About High Noon

collage photo of auction itemsSince 1988, High Noon has served as the nation’s catalyst for the rich and exuberant Western Americana market, the arts created during this vibrant time in American history plus the works from today’s Western artists and artisans. High Noon is the nation’s definitive resource for information, historical perspectives and market valuations for all that encompasses this collecting genre. From fine art to Native American works to saddles to Western Hollywood memorabilia, High Noon is your window into this celebrated world.

The High Noon goal is to provide an atmosphere to fulfill the dreams of every cowboy and cowgirl, to share facts and friendships.

“We have followed the American Cowboy from his rise following the Civil War in 1865, through the hardships and triumphs of Western expansion, culminating in Hollywood’s silver screen versions of the rough-edged heroes we admired growing up. High Noon also specializes in Charro and Vaquero artifacts dating from the mid-1700s, Native American historic and reservation period pieces, and Fine Western Art.”

“We are drawn to the pieces we collect for auction in part because we see that most craftsmen were not content to stop when form followed function; embellishment became part of superior craftsmanship. Note the detailed designs on the tools of the cowboy’s trade; the multicolored beads on Sioux leggings, even the paintings and silverwork on otherwise commonplace items like match safes.”

The Mission of High Noon

Since 1988, High Noon has been dedicated to the enjoyment, promotion, and preservation of the arts tied to the heart and traditions of the American West while nurturing the connection between the artifacts and the people who collect them.


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