You're thinking of this that is from Old Cowboy Saddles & Spurs:I know a collector who found an ultra rare holster at a gun show for a few bucks that he knew was worth hundreds. The maker was someone with a name that began with “C” who I think then teamed up with a now famous maker of old west holsters. I wonder if yours is one of those. I should contact him with a picture of your belt and holster. Maybe Red will know who I mean.
OCS&S continues with this that puts the end of Coggshall at 1909:
All this leaves us not knowing when the Coggshall stamp itself was retired. I only press on this because the belt is machine sewn and doesn't appear to be the light industrial sewing of the late 19th century but more likely the harness machines that were crazy expensive and began to appear early in the 20th. Otherwise the set's construction w/b consistent even with the oldest Coggshalls.