A.B. Cook Herefords 52 Head 52. The First Sale Ever Held from His Herd and Representing the Progeny of These Six Great Sires and More Sell at Sioux City, Iowa, Thursday, May 27th [caption title]. Cattle, Montana.
A.B. Cook Herefords 52 Head 52. The First Sale Ever Held from His Herd and Representing the Progeny of These Six Great Sires and More Sell at Sioux City, Iowa, Thursday, May 27th [caption title]

A.B. Cook Herefords 52 Head 52. The First Sale Ever Held from His Herd and Representing the Progeny of These Six Great Sires and More Sell at Sioux City, Iowa, Thursday, May 27th [caption title]

Kansas City, Mo. Breeders Printing Company, [1920?]. Poster, 38 x 25 inches. Folds into a folio brochure in eight panels, printed in three colors. Separations at folds, repaired with tape on verso. Two small losses at center fold. Minor wear at edges. Good. Item #1394

Large poster for the sale of fifty-two head of cattle from the herd of noted Montana rancher A.B. Cook. Andrew B. Cook (1864-1928) was a Montana railroad contractor and internationally-known cattle breeder and rancher with a farm in Broadwater County. The poster features numerous images of cows, with the headliners being the "six great sires" Cuba's Panama, Beau Carlos, Fairfax 16th, Premier 3D, Panama 34th, and Panama 100th. Aside from its handsome bovines, the poster features lineage charts for two of the bulls, and a blurb about the superior breeding methods employed by Cook. The verso features a half-sheet headlined "Illustrating the Get of the Grand Champion Fairfax 16th in the Sale," and a quarter panel illustrating "Six of the Granddaughters of Cuba's Panama, All Sired by Panama 4th." Designed to be mailed. A fabulous piece of cattle advertising.

Price: $200.00