I'm forever on the lookout for old Westerns when I go "antiquing" with my wife. We recently made a trip to Scottsdale with my nephew and his wife, and I ran across these three:
The Pioneers, by James Fenimore Cooper. This book was published by Grosset and Dunlap but there is no date on it. The inside cover and first page in the book (the frontispiece, I guess you could call it) has this illustration. This novel was the first in the Leatherstocking series to be published (in 1823). This book was probably printed in the 1930's or -40's or thereabouts.
The second was The Trail of the Lonesome Pine by John Fox, Jr. and also published by Grosset and Dunlap by arrangement with Charles Scribner's Sons. It was published in October 1908 and is an illustrated edition. Here is a copy of the frontispiece:
And the third book was Buck Peters, Ranchman, by Clarence E. Mulford and John Wood Clay, and this was also published by Grosset and Dunlap by arrangement with A. C. McClurg & Co., copyright 1912. This one got my attention on the Title Page which states: "Buck Peters, Ranchman Being the Story of What Happened When Buck Peters, Hopalong Cassidy, and Their Bar-20 Associates Went to Montana"
Here is a picture of the front cover:
There were some newer editions of Double-D Westerns and Bar-20 Westerns, but I had to pass on them for now. If I ever get caught up on my To Be Read file, I might return to the store and see if there are any left. I think these will entertain me for awhile.