Deadwood Back Bar
A brief bit of history about the bar from the previous owners: This is an 1877(?) Brunswick bar thought to have traveled to Deadwood, SD around 1879 on a bull train from the Brunswick Company in Chicago, IL. It took up residence in several bars in Deadwood but the most popular was the Wild Bill Bar. It was moved to Rockerville, SD in the mid 1900s. When the town went bankrupt in 1990, Deadwood Saloon purchased the bar and moved it to its current location. Its sister-bar, rumored to have been owned by Buffalo Bill Cody, is located in the Irma Hotel in Cody, WY. We purchased the Bar in Deadwood, SD in 2015. The original Buffalo Crown was removed and lost years ago. The crown was remade and the Buffalo Head was cast to bring it back, as close as possible, to its original historical accuracy. The Buffalo Head (we were told) is an original casting from one of the locomotives that met at Promotory, Utah in 1877 that was part of the transcontinental railroad. A good story but we are unable to verify it. The Buffalo Head came from Oklahoma Casting in Ponca City, OK. Measurments: 12'1" tall, 20' long
Mahogany back bar from Tucson, AZ Circa 1890
This mahogany back bar makes a very unique statement with its size, color and design with the gorgeous columns. Originally from Tucson, Arizona circa 1890's. All three mirrors, lighting fixtures and the counter top have been replaced. MEASUREMENTS:17'2.5" wide 10' tall
19.25" deep. $49,000
The Al Capone Bar
The newest addition to the store! Our very own Al Capone Bar from Chicago, IL.
Call for details today! Ken (303)-908-9114 $125,000
East Lake back bar from the 1880's has a lot of carved detail. Measurments:8'3" wide, 9'2" Tall, 17.5" deep
If you have any questions feel free to e-mail or call 3o3.9o8.9114 $7,500
Oak Back Bar, kitchen, dining room, built-in, kitchen cabinet, dining room hutch. Very fancy with nice quartersawn oak. Quartersawn oak was a key feature of the decorative style of the American Arts and Crafts movement, particularly the work of Gustav Stickley, who said "The quartersawing method of cutting... renders quartersawn oak structurally stronger, also finer in grain, and, as shown before, less liable to warp and check than when sawn in any other way." Cheaper copies of Stickley's furniture were sometimes made with the less-expensive ash stained to resemble oak, but it can be identified by its lack of rays. Amish Direct Furniture. Retrieved 2013-08-09. This piece is from a very fancy Victorian house in St. Louis, MO.
MEASUREMENTS:7' wide at crown, 8'2" tall, 22"deep . $9,500
Texas Back Bar
This is a beautiful Cowboy Back Bar from Ft. Worth Texas. (The Stock Yard Area). This Bar came out of a high end retail western gift and art shop in Ft. Worth Texas. The owner had purchased it from its original owner years earlier and had it restored. The Leaded Glass Long Horns are not original to the piece but sure tell the story of where it came from.
The mirrors have also been replaced. A Front Bar can be created (from old quarter sawn wood) to match. (At an additional cost). if you have any questions please feel free to e-mail or call. Thank you, Ken - 303-908-9114
Oak back & front bar with 4 copper clad Corinthian columns with original lead stained glass ovals. Front bar curves out with carved supports. The round light fixtures on the sides have replaced as well as the center one that is old and reconditioned. all mirrors have been replaced. This bar is reputed to come from an fancy lady's house in Austin Texas
MEASUREMENTS:back bar: 9'10" tall,11'11" wide, 22" deep at crown,
front bar: 29 1/2" deep,45 1/2" tall,12'3 1/2" Long $85,000.00
Mission Oak Back Bar from Paxico, Kansas. Circa 1903. This is a very nice Back Bar that wont last long at this price. 7'5" Tall, 8'6" Long, 18"Deep 12,800.00
Front and Back Bar from Boston, MA
Absolutely beautiful bar perfect for your home or business!
$110,000 *Call for details
Antique Back and
Front Bar from 'Anaconda, Montana'
This is a very unique carved bar, from Circa 1880's, with faces in the columns and on the front pilisters of the front bar. The front also has an unusual bar rail held up with brass/nickel plated supports. This bar was most likely made from Brunswick. if you have any questions please feel free to e-mail or call. Thank you, Ken - 303-908-9114 Front Bar: 15' 7" wide 44" tall 32" deep Back Bar: 13' 3" wide 9' 7" tall 20 " deep $149,000
Brunswick back bar with front bar and side cabinets
This is a 1890's to 1900's Brunswick Back Bar and Front Bar with two Back Bar side cabinets. This was in the Denver Subway Tavern at 38th and Lapan Street. It has been completely refinished and is ready for your home or bar. If you have any questions or need more photo's please call Ken at 303-908-9114. Thank You. The Back Bar is: 20 feet wide 10 feet 9 1/2 inches tall 2 feet deep. The Front Bar is: 22 feet 7 1/2 inches long 47 inches tall 31 3/4 inches deep. The left side bar is: 9 feet 2 inches tall 5 feet wide at the crown 22 inches deep at the crown. The right side bar is: 9 feet 3 inches tall 5 feet wide at the crown. 22 inches deep at the crown