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 Dale Ford  (1934 - )

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Lived/Active: California      Known for: sculptor-minature stage coaches

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Dale Ford
from Auction House Records.
Ice Wagon, Hearse, Comstock Fuel Wagon, Beer Wagon, Express Wagon, Overland Freight Wagon, Concord Stagecoach AND Contestoga Wagon (Sold as a set of 8)
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http://www.westernfineart.com/history_dale.html

Dale Ford, of Redding, California, has been a full-time western artist and sculptor since 1965.

The C.M. Russell Museum in Great Falls, Montana has a 69 piece collection of Dale Ford's miniature horse drawn vehicles on permanent exhibit.

Ford has created 80 different miniature horse drawn vehicles from the 1800's. Each is made by hand of hardwood, steel and leather and with great detail. Each has a very fine hand-rubbed finish that is striped and lettered by hand.

His bronze sculptures have been created using the "Lost Wax" bronze casting method. His Concord stagecoach has been carefully sculpted to match the original 1880 stagecoach by Abbott-Downing Company. It has the multidimensional curved sides, top and boots as the original had. It even has seats on the inside.

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