DescriptionA John Wayne Pair of Lucchese Cowboy Boots Likely from "True Grit" and "Rooster Cogburn." Paramount, 1969 and Universal, 1975. Made of brown leather with tan-colored traditional stitching, inside stamped with maker's logo, inside of both boots further stamped "170176;" with further handwritten annotation in black felt tip ink reading "J.W.;" purposely distressed to look aged, actual wear also evident; believed to be worn by Wayne as "Rooster Cogburn" in early scenes of both or either film before the action got too rough.
These boots were originally sold in the Heritage Auctions (Los Angeles) auction titled "The Personal Properly of John Wayne," Sale 7045, October 6-7, 2011, Lot 44020, final price realized was $13,145; included is the original COA from Ethan Wayne, John Wayne's youngest son.
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