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Monte’s career in Western Movies began in 1946 when Republic Pictures signed him for a seven year contract.
Monte’s first movie was “Home of the Range,” and he went on to star in 19 major westerns, becoming one of Republic’s most popular singing cowboys.
Left side of receiver features a detailed portrait of Monte decorated in 24-karat gold. He is framed by a border of stars and exquisite scrollwork etched in 24-karat gold and nickel.
Right side of receiver features Monte rearing up on his horse Pardner. To the right is a smiling Monte holding his rifle. Both scenes are surrounded by lavish 24-karat gold and nickel scrollwork.
The Tribute features the large loop lever decorated in gold with nickel scrollwork. Barrel bands and magazine cap are also decorated in gold. The individual edition number is permanently inscribed on the tang, along with a pair of crossed pistols.
The rifle’s handsome stocks are laser-carved on both sides. The shoulder stock features Monte shooting his rifle, while Pardner his horse gallops on. Banners surrounding the scene feature Monte’s saying “SHOOT LOW! THEY MIGHT BE CRAWLIN’.” Monte’s name is located on the forearm in a classic rope design.
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