Title: End of Trail Indian on Horse Cast Iron Bookends Date: Circa 1920's-30's Dimensions: 6" tall x 5 1/8" long x 2" Provenance/Additional Information: An Antique pair of End of Trail Cast Iron Bookends. These bookends were likely inspired by the famous statue "End of Trail" done by James Earle Fraser. These bookends, depicting an American Indian, robed in buffalo skin with head bowed are a commentary on the damage Euro-American settlement inflicted upon Native Americans. The bookends are full-figure, solid casting & each having their original spear & paint. Great decorative items also, if not used as bookends.
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