About New Frontier Show and Auction
A word from our founder
Welcome friends, old and new!
I am again pleased to introduce our 10th Annual New Frontier Show & Auction from the beautiful city of Cheyenne, WY.
The Auction has evolved into a grand offering of some of America’s rare, collectible items. Each year this show and auction generates a tremendous interest from around the country and internationally. We are humbled by the growth and notoriety of our event. I am confident that dealers, clients, and enthusiasts will enjoy a terrific auction experience. We plan to continue that great New Frontier Show & Auction experience for many years to come.
Thank you for joining and supporting us!
About Scott Tarbell
Scott was born into a ranching family. He grew up in North Dakota and Wyoming, where he attended the University of Wyoming. He now resides in Loveland Colorado where he hosts his Annual New Frontier Show and Auction every July.
Even as a young child Scott had a fascination and interest in the Western Heritage. Little did he realize this would become not only his life’s passion, but his career path. While still in his early in his teens Scott went to work for several dealers who specialized in horses, horse drawn equipment and antique Cowboy and Indian collectibles.
Since the early 80’s Scott has worked for numerous major western auction companies across the United States. As a result, Scott has refined and focused his business model to specialize in Pre-1900 Western Artifacts, as well as Winchester firearms. He is well respected by his peers, and throughout the industry. Scott has a presence at all major firearm shows across the United States. His focus has been greatly enabled by having immediate access to many sources of the grand era of the American Cowboy and Native American population, and subsequently has been able to spotlight phenomenal finds, that are true “ole’ west collectibles” within the industry.
Keeping the industry in the public eye and keeping the love and respect of our western wistory alive through its artifacts has truly become Scotts’ dream.
This year, from his headquarters located in Loveland Colorado he has stepped forward once again to bring the 8th Annual Frontier Show and Auction, into an even greater spotlight with the larger market access that Loveland provides. Scott feels confident that his dealers, clients, visitors and enthusiasts alike, will benefit from the broader market and larger collector population in the marketplace.
Quite simply, there is such a concentration of those who share the love and history of our Old West, and all its Grand Heritage, he will continue to follow his passion by keeping this great history alive.