The bronze is signed J.E. Fraser, and numbered 53/100. It is mounted to a marble base, and measures approximately 22 inches long, 7 inches wide, and 18 inches tall. Condition is excellent except for the spear, which is cracked and bent slightly downward (see photos for damage detail).
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This is arguably one of the most famous American sculptures; it was originally made in 1894 and is still being reproduced today.
From the scholarship, this bronze was so popular that Fraser made two limited edition reproductions during his lifetime - a series of 500 and a series of 100, which is what yours is from.
The break to the spear is a small flaw that does, unfortunately, affect the value adversely.
If you are interested in selling this at auction, I would recommend selling this through an auction house that specializes in Western Art
Based on the photographs and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
James Earle Fraser (American,1876 - 1953)
"End of the Trail"
bronze on a green marble socle
signed, from a limited edition #53/100
18 inches tall by 22 inches long by 7 inches wide
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.