Beal’s Cowboy Buckles Expands Vintage Product Line

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Beal's Cowboy Buckles has expanded its product line to include highly collectable buckles from several famous silversmiths. New lines include Gist Silversmiths, Edward H. Bohlin, Clint Orms Engravers and Silversmiths, Cactus Trails, Silver King, Sunset Trails, Crumrine Silversmiths, Montana Silversmiths, Old Cowdogs, El Paisano, Samantha Silver, and Lee Downey.

Beal's Cowboy Buckles has expanded its product line to include highly collectable buckles from several famous silversmiths. New lines include Gist Silversmiths, Edward H. Bohlin, Clint Orms Engravers and Silversmiths, Cactus Trails, Silver King, Sunset Trails, Crumrine Silversmiths, Montana Silversmiths, Old Cowdogs, El Paisano, Samantha Silver, and Lee Downey.

"We are thrilled about our relationship with these top silversmiths and pleased to offer these extremely collectible artistic pieces to our customers," said owner Richard Beal. "The cowboy buckles are works of art made of gold, silver, and precious gemstones and will last for generations."

Specializing in quality, historically authentic cowboy belt buckles, Beal's Cowboy Buckles is rapidly becoming the premier place on the Web to find the West's most famous fashion item. Beal's typically has over 500 new Western style buckles in stock, as well as vintage items, especially historic rodeo trophy buckles.

The California-based business was started three years ago, and now attracts over 20,000 people per month to its website. In 2004, Beal shipped buckles to 35 different countries, and nine percent of sales were to overseas customers in Japan and Germany.

Although cowboys and collectors are the mainstay of his business, almost half of Beal's sales are just from people looking for a unique Western gift item. "I add buckles almost every day so serious collectors visit frequently to find one-of-a-kind items," said Beal. Prices range from $25 to $3,000.

"I got into this business after my wife, Kathy, suggested that it would be a great way to help preserve and protect our vanishing Western heritage," says Beal. "Every buckle has a history, from the skilled craftsman who made it to someone who may have won it after a very difficult competition. I feel honored to see so many famous buckles. Each one becomes a friend."

Shipping is always free, regardless of the destination, and the Beal's Cowboy Buckles website has received a Five Star Rating, the highest possible rating from an independent customer service organization. Beal’s is a member of the National Association of Buckle Collectors and the National Bit Spur & Saddle Collectors Association.

For more information, visit Beal's Cowboy Buckles website at http://www.bealscowboybuckles.com.

Contact Name: Richard Beal, Beal's Cowboy Buckles

Contact Phone: 831-662-2325

Web Address: http://www.BealsCowboyBuckles.com

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