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Yellow Boy, Winchester 66

Yellow Boy, Winchester 66

Yellow Boy, Winchester 66 | 15”x 10” | Oil on Canvas


This beautifully crafted 1866 Yellow Boy Winchester is the first rifle created to be called a Winchester. William Wert Winchester was not a cowboy. He never wore cowboy boots, a cowboy hat or chaps etc... Mr. Winchester was a suit clad business man, and a thrifty one at that. Winchester purchased the Henry Repeating Rifle company and developed the 1866 Yellow Boy from the 1860 Henry rifle. Note the box of 50 rim-fire 44 cartridges with their authentic label.


I completed this painting in 2016, the year of the rifle’s 150 year anniversary.

“You should have the Art you Love.”

  • Limited Edition Options

    Size               # in Edition

    15"x 10"        25

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