The other picture of Billy the Kid(not verified) is in Las Cruces at the Billy the Kid Lounge. The stories this bar could tell if it could. It ended up back in El Paso as an ice cream bar per the photo attached and then was the first bar to re-open in El Paso after the Prohibition called the Hi-Ho Bar.
The back bar consists of two side cabinets which measure approximately 68 wide by 67 tall - one on each side of a wooden frame that is 14 long which would hold a center mirror that is not included. A portion of the 14 horizontal wooden frame is missing but can easily be replaced or remade. The two mirrors that fit in that section are missing. In one of the side cabinet the mirror is broken. The mirror on the other side cabinet is in tact but is missing some silvering on the back.
The hinges, locks and glass in the side cabinet doors are in tact and in good shape. There is one shelf in each cabinet.Most of the finish has been stripped. There are some carvings on the side cabinets that are damaged but enough remain intact, so they can be copied and replaced. This is just the top of the bar there is no bottom section which the top section would have sat on.
It is a historic piece with documentation of two historical figures Poncho Villa and Billy the kid. The back bar is free standing so you can create any kind of storage you like. The item "ANTIQUE BACK BAR MID-LATE 1800'S PANCHO VILLA AND BILLY THE KID VISITED" is in sale since Sunday, January 15, 2017. This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Cabinets & Cupboards\1800-1899". The seller is "40toyboy" and is located in Lincoln, New Mexico.
This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.