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Auctioneer North American Auction Company 4066006929
Auction Date Feb 25 Auction
Location
34156 E. Frontage Rd
Bozeman, MT
Time 10:00AM
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  • Lot# 1 - Cheyenne Painted Buffalo Hide W

    Lot# 1 - Cheyenne Painted Buffalo Hide W

  • Lot# 2 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquois

    Lot# 2 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquois

  • Lot# 3 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquois

    Lot# 3 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquois

  • Lot# 4 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquois

    Lot# 4 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquois

Auction Listing
AuctionZip Auctioneer ID# 26589
North American Auction Company is proud to present our Premier February 25th Collector Auction. This auction shows an excellent collection of Early Native American Artifacts, Old West Collectibles, and Antique Furniture. This will be the largest collection of rare and important items in a Montana Sale. The sale also includes the large collection of Native American Indian antiques from the Mark Francis Collection. Mark Francis is one of the most renowned collectors and foremost knowledge on Tomahawks and War Clubs. Shipping will be available for all items at the buyers expense. Phone bidding available at 800-686-4216. Download the North American Auction Co. mobile bidding app in the Google Play and Apple App stores today! Auction Saturday February 25th at 10am MST, doors open at 8AM. Preview Friday February 24th 10-5. Located at 34156 E Frontage Rd. Bozeman, MT Office: 800-686-4216 20% Buyers Premium for Online Bidding & Shipped Items 13% Cash 16% Credit Card for In-House Live Floor Bidding Call our office to consign to our future auctions today!

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1 - Cheyenne Painted Buffalo Hide War Drum c. 1890- This is an original authentic Cheyenne Native American Indian stretched rawhide War Drum from circa 1890-1910. The Late-19th Century Indian Wars period piece features a geometric mineral painted design in black, red and green on both sides. The drum shows an excellent Indian tanned Buffalo hide that had been skinned, wetted, and stretched. The hide is over a bent wood plank with sinew sewn supports. The museum quality artifact is in excellent condition and displays wonderfully. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and is truly a museum quality important artifact. Drum measures 19” in diameter and 4.75"D.

2 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Concho Belt This is a Navajo sterling silver concho belt. The belt features 14 conchos and buckle. Each piece was hand crafted and is set with a beautiful Sleeping Beauty Turquoise cabochon. The concho belt is in good condition. They measure 1.25" x 1.5" and the belt measures 45" long.

3 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Inlay Bolo Tie This is a Navajo sterling silver and turquoise bolo tie. The slide features a beautiful inlay design with coral, turquoise and onyx. At the center of the slide is a fantastic Morenci Turquoise cabochon. The back of the slide is marked "Sterling" and is signed "NG". The Navajo bolo tie is in good condition. The slide measures 2" x 3.25".

4 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Concho Belt This is a Navajo sterling silver and turquoise concho belt. The belt features 17 conchos with each one being hand tooled and set with a turquoise stone. The concho belt is in good condition. It measures 36" long. Each concho measures 1" x 1.25".

5 - Harrington & Richardson Style Handcuffs with Keys This lot includes two pairs of Harrington & Richardson style handcuffs. One pair features a matte black finish and the other has a nickel plated finish. Each pair comes with two working keys. Interestingly, the locks for these handcuffs are located in the swivel. The handcuffs are in good condition and work well. They measure 3.25" x 11".

6 - Handcuff Collection with Keys This lot includes two pairs of handcuffs with keys. The first pair is marked "PIC Made in Spain" and are double locking. The second pair is marked "Bund A.W. Naht Hamburg". Both sets of handcuffs are in good condition and come with a working key. The larger pair measures 3" x 10.75".

7 - Navajo Ganado Pattern Wool Trade Rug Mid 20th C. This is a Navajo Native American Indian wool trade rug with a Ganado Pattern. Located southwest of Crystal in the geographical center of the Navajo Reservation the Ganado style of weaving was established by Lorenzo Hubbell in late 1800. The rug shows a combination of many great geometric patterns with colors such as red, dark brown, light brown, white/cream, and grey. The rug appears to be in good condition (review pictures for condition) and is from the mid 20th century. Measures 16 3/4" W x 37" L

8 - Larue County Kentucky Indian Stone Spade Artifact This is a stone spade artifact from Central Kentucky. The spade is made from limestone was recovered in Larue County, Kentucky. The piece came from the Charles McSherry collection has been examined by Central Kentucky Relics and found to be an authentic artifact. A certificate of authenticity comes with the piece. The spade artifact measures 5.25" x 13.25".

9 - Early Southern Plains Indian Pottery Vessel This is a Southern Plains Native American Indian pottery vessel. The pot is hand formed and made with red clay. The pot shows a fired black on black finish and is truly an early historic piece. The Indian pot is in good condition. It measures 8" in diameter and is 6.75" tall.

10 - Northern Plains Indian Burl Wood War Club This is a Plains Native American Indian burl wood war club. The piece features a hand carved handle with a natural burl wood head. The piece shows good overall condition. Age is unknown. The war club measures 3" x 3.75" and is 22.25" long.

11 - Peerless Handuff Collection with Keys This lot features two pairs of handcuffs made by the Peerless Handcuff Company in Springfield, Massachusetts. Both set are double locking and come with a working key. The handcuffs are in good condition and work well. They measure 3" x 8.5".

12 - Early Deer Lodge Prison Horsehair Fob and Brush This is an early Deer Lodge Montana State Prison made horsehair fob and shaving brush. The fob shows a wonderful braided design with a tassel at the end. The shaving brush shows a hitched design. Both pieces are in good condition. The fob measures 1" x 8".

13 - Ancient Mammoth Ivory Tusk Collection This is a collection of ancient mammoth ivory tusk. These were found and placed in a private collection since the early 1900's. There are six pieces total, each one shows good overall condition. The largest piece measures 1.25" x 3.25".

14 - 14K Gold & Montana Elk Ivory Ring This is an 14K gold and Montana elk ivory tooth ring. The ring is marked "14K" and is signed "JS". It features a polished elk ivory tooth. The ring is in good condition. It is size 5.

15 - Antique Wooden Snowshoes This is a pair of antique wooden snowshoes. The snowshoes feature rawhide lacing with leather bindings. The snowshoes are in good condition, with some missing rawhide. Great Western or cabin decor. The snowshoes measure 43 3/8" L x 12 1/2" W

16 - Navajo Wide Ruins Patterns Rug c1950 Jennie Thomas This is an exceptional Navajo Native American Indian wool trade rug with a wonderful Wide Ruins Pattern by master weaver, Jennie Thomas. The piece is from the mid 20th century and shows a very tightly woven wool construction with pigment dyed rich pastel coloring. Jennie Thomas is considered one of the premier master weavers of the 20th century. Her work has been categorized as extremely finely woven and of incredible detail, with this piece being a wonderful example of the same. The rug shows little to no wear and displays very well. Previously sold representations of her works have been placed in the $10,000 to $20,000 range. Currently one of her examples is offered for sale by Cultural Patina for $12,500. Measures overall 61" L x 36" W

17 - Navajo Chief Wool Trade Blanket 20th C. This is a tightly hand woven and hand dyed Navajo Native American Indian Chief Blanket Pattern. Chief's blankets typically show large cross like motifs with a strong pattern and would have been displayed in the Chief's Tent or worn on a Chief's shoulders. Other 19th century examples of the Chiefs Blanket can been seen in early photographs showing the rugs draped around such great Indians as Chief Joseph, Sitting Bull and others. The rug shows great condition. This is truly a wonderful 20th century Navajo creation and shows exceptional quality. This measures 48" L x 28" W. Similar quality pieces carry a gallery price tag exceeding $4000-$6000. Originally purchased for over the estimate.

17a - Navajo Chief Wool Trade Blanket 20th C. This is a tightly hand woven and hand dyed Navajo Native American Indian Chief Blanket Pattern. Chief's blankets typically show large cross like motifs with a strong pattern and would have been displayed in the Chief's Tent or worn on a Chief's shoulders. Other 19th century examples of the Chiefs Blanket can been seen in early photographs showing the rugs draped around such great Indians as Chief Joseph, Sitting Bull and others. The rug shows great condition. This is truly a wonderful 20th century Navajo creation and shows exceptional quality. Similar quality pieces carry a gallery price tag exceeding $4000-$6000. Originally purchased for over the estimate. Measures: 36 1/4" W x 42 1/2" L

18 - Large Raised Fabric Wall Art Collection This lot features a collection of two raised fabric wall art Tyrannosaurs Rex and Giraffe pieces. Both pieces are raised fabric on canvas. Excellent for young children. The overall condition of both pieces is good for there age. Measures: 72" H x 48" W

19 - Northern Plains Catlinite Pipe Bowls 1890-1930 The lot features two authentic original catlinite pipestone peace pipe bowls both from the Northern Plains Native American Indians. The first shows a T-shaped bowl with long tapering prow and tall bowl chamber from circa 1890. The second shows an elbow-shaped bowl with artful silver inlay and dates to circa 1930. Both pieces shows well-kept original condition and are truly wonderful Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost knowledge on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece and has been authenticated. The larger piece measures 4" x 9" and the smaller one measures 2.75" x 3.75".

20 - Platte River Crow & Sioux War Club Head 19th C. The lot features two authentic Crow and Sioux Native American Indian skull cracker war club heads. The artifacts were recovered at the Platte River site of a documented battle between the Crow and Sioux tribes in the 19th century. Both artifacts show a solid stone construction with the proper drill and ground marks indicative of their 19th century age. Each has a deep full notch along the center. The larger of the two has a more pointed construction and would have been more potent. The small war club head shows a more rounded styling, but was equally as potent when wielded properly. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and verified. The larger piece measures 1 7/8" in diameter and is 6.25" long. The smaller one measures 1.75" in diameter and is 4.25" long.

21 - New Glacier National Park Pendleton Blanket This lot features a New Glacier National Park Transportation Advertisement Blanket. This blanket is new, in its original zippered protective case with the tag still attached. It is in new condition. It measures 66" x 72"

22 - Persian Medallion Wool Rug This lot features a Persian Medallion wool rug. The rug has a striking center medallion design with very earthy tones. Has fringed edges. The overall condition of the rug is good for its age. Measures: 99" L x 60" W

23 - 14K Gold Australian Boulder Opal Earring & Pendant This is a 14K gold and Australian Boulder Opal earrings and pendant set. The earrings and pendant are marked "14K" and are set with beautifully matched opals. The opals display a spectacular deep blue color with fantastic flash. The opal earrings and pendant are in good condition. The pendant measures .5" x 1".

24 - 865ct. Lightning Ridge Rough Cut Opal Collection This is a large collection of Lightning Ridge opal stones. These opals were mined in the Outback of Queensland in Australia. There are over 90 pieces, the majority of which have fantastic color and flash. They are all in good condition. The largest opal measures .75" x 1.25". Total weight is 865 carats.

25 - 752ct. Australian Boulder Opal Collection This is a collection of Australian Boulder opals. These were mined in the Outback of Queensland in Australia. There are over 60 pieces in this collection, the majority of which shows fantastic color and flash. The opals are in good condition. The largest measures 1.25" x 1.25". Total weight of the collection is 752 carats

25a - Alaskan Lynx Tanned Large Hide This is a large tanned Alaskan Lynx hide. This is a large trophy Lynx with the hide showing good condition. This is in a tube form with the tail, as well as all the paws. Great for for any future taxidermy mount. Measures: 53" L x 23" W

26 - Andersen Kee Navajo Sterling Turquoise Necklace This is a Navajo sterling silver and turquoise necklace made by Andersen Kee. The pendant features a spectacular Pilot Mountain Turquoise cabochon that shows excellent color. The back of the pendant is signed "Andersen Kee". The necklace is in good condition. The pendant measures 1.25" x 2" and the necklace measures 17" in circumference.

27 - Zuni Sterling Silver Turquoise Inlay Pendant This is a Zuni sterling silver pendant. The pendant is inlaid with onyx, turquoise, coral and mother of pearl. The back is marked "Sterling" and is signed "R&L Vacit Zuni, NM". The Zuni pendant is in good condition. It measures 1" x 3".

28 - Zuni Sterling Silver Bear Pendant This is a Zuni sterling silver bear pendant. The pendant is inlaid with mother of pearl, coral, lapis, onyx and turquoise. The back of the pendant is signed "E. Ohm Satte Zuni, NM". The Zuni pendant is in good condition. It measures 2.25" x 2.75".

29 - Zuni Sterling Silver Turquoise Kachina Bolo Tie This is a Zuni sterling silver kachina bolo tie. The slide features a fantastic inlay consisting of onyx, mother of pearl, coral and turquoise. The back of the slide is signed "W. Lany Zuni". The Zuni bolo tie is in good condition. The slide measures 2.5" x 3".

30 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Concho Belt This is a Navajo sterling silver and turquoise concho belt. The belt features hand crafted stamped conchos made from sterling silver and set with turquoise cabochons. The turquoise includes Sleeping Beauty, Blue Gem, Royston and Turquoise Mountain. The concho belt is in good condition. The conchos measure 1" x 1.25" and the belt is 30" long.

31 - Early Indian Trade Blanket This lot features a early Native American Indian style pattern trade blanket. The blanket features vibrant colors and geometric designs. The overall condition of the blanket is fair for its age. Measures: 54" L x 74" W

32 - CFK Damascus Exotic Camel Bone Knife & Scabbard This is a hand crafted custom knife from CFK Cutlery Company. The knife has an excellent hand forged folded 512 Layer Twist (1095HC/15N20) polished Damascus Steel blade with a fitted beautiful exotic Camel bone handle set. The knife and sheath are both all hand custom made in the USA. Rare unmarked blade in a unique one of a kind style. Genuine Leather Sheath. The knife is in excellent brand new condition. The knife measures 9" with a 3.5" blade.

33 - Amethyst Crystal Geode Formation with Stand This is an amethyst crystal geode formation with wooden stand. The piece shows large crystals with a fantastic deep, rich color. The amethyst sits on a custom made wooden stand. The geode is in good condition. It measures 5" x 5.5" and is 7.75" tall.

33a - Citrine Geode Crystal Formation with Stand This is a citrine geode crystal formation with custom made wooden stand. The geode shows large crystals with deep, rich color. The geode sits on a custom made wooden stand. The citrine geode is in good condition. It measures 6.5" wide and 7.25" tall.

34 - RARE Signed Russian Cut Crystal This is a RARE Russian signed cut crystal bowl. The piece shows fantastic form and design with astounding presence. The bowl is signed on the bottom "Petros 26781". The crystal bowl is in good condition. It measures 9.5" in diameter and is 8" tall.

35 - Cigar Store Indian Counter Trade Display 1920's This is a cigar store Indian countertop trade display figure from the 1920's. The piece is made from compressed sawdust and shows the Native American figure holding a bundle of cigars. The figure shows good overall condition with minor damage to the two bottom corners in back as shown. The piece measures 3.5" x 4" and is 18.25" tall

36 - Quarter Sawn Oak Pew with Carvings Early 1900 This is an American made Quarter Sawn Oak church pew with excellent applied carvings. The piece is from circa early 1900 and shows excellent craftsmanship. The oak has fantastic grain and is in very good condition. Each end shows deeply carved oak applied carvings in a paisley arts and crafts style. Measures overall 36"H x 51.5"L x 25"D.

37 - Quarter Sawn Oak Fainting Couch Early 1900 This is an early 1900 quarter sawn oak and upholstered fainting couch. The piece shows an excellent craftsmanship and quality. The fainting couch has a plush tufted period correct upholstery in good condition with brass tacks. The piece shows excellent oak grain with applied Art Deco carvings and carved claw feet. The piece displays very well and shows overall good condition. Measures overall 76"L x 24"H x 32"W.

38 - Quarter Sawn Oak Hideaway Sewing Cabinet This is a quarter sawn oak construction early 1900 hideaway sewing cabinet. The cabinet shows the cast iron black painted foot powered mechanism. The top flips to the side for more working area and exposes the holding base for the sewing machine. No Machine Included. Measures 22.5"W x 17.75"D x 30"H.

39 - Early Mexican Black Leather Chaps Circa 19th C. This lot features a pair of early Mexican Cowboy black leather chaps. The chaps have a striking handmade design with custom leather work. The pair date to the early 19th century. They are in good condition. The rare set show a Shotgun style leg with cushion sewn design and long fringe. The legs also show a very unique and rare forged iron clasp (one leg have a bar with a swivel hook and a slide and the other has an opening that allows the hook to catch and a button that slides up the opening). The leg attachments are unique and of excellent craftsmanship for such an early age. Measures: 40" L x 8" W

40 - Cow Hide Leather Stitched Blanket This lot features a cow hide blanket or floor covering. The blanket is stitched leather and has a striking pattern made with different colors of hide. Some of the leather stitching has come loose. The overall condition of the piece is good for its age. Measures: 71" W x 101" L

41 - Western Cowboy Bronc Rider Rodeo Metal Art This is a Western cowboy bronc rider rodeo metal art wall hanging. The piece shows a dynamic scene of a cowboy riding a bronc and is made entirely from metal. The artist captures the excitement and anticipation of the rodeo in this action packed piece. The metal art piece is in good condition. It measures 31.5" x 31.75".

42 - Montana Rainbow Trout Taxidermy Mount This is a Montana Rainbow Trout taxidermy mount. The trout has been prepared by a professional taxidermist. It shows exceptional size with fantastic color and detail. The mount is in good condition. It measures 23" wide and 22" tall.

43 - Trophy Red Fox Pelt This lot features a trophy red fox pelt. The pelt has been sew into a tube perfect for future taxidermy. The pelt does not appear to be experiencing shedding or have and large balding spots. The overall condition of the piece is good for its age. Measures: 59” long and 25” wide.

44 - Early Navajo Trade Blanket This lot features a early Navajo trade blanket. The blanket has vibrant colors and symbols of the Navajo culture. The overall condition of the blanket is good for its age. Measures: 65" L x 61" W

45 - Large Montana Taxidermy Buffalo Skull This is a large Montana Buffalo skull. The skull has been prepared by a professional taxidermist and shows great color. The buffalo skull is in good condition. It measures 27" wide x 24".

46 - Crow Beaded Pipe Tomahawk Drop c. 19th-20th This Crow Native American Indian artifact features an Indian tanned hide with excellent glass trade seed beadwork throughout. The circa late 19th early to mid-20th piece would have adorned a 19th century Crow Pipe Tomahawk. The piece shows a red trade cloth backing with early trade glass seed beads in chalk white, Cheyenne pink, sky blue, black, and red. The drop also has long hide fringe. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and verified. The beaded drop measures 3.5" x 12.5".

46a - Plains Indian Beaded War Club Tabs c. 19th-20th This lot shows two authentic original early Plains Native American Indian beaded tabs. The tabs both show exceptional beadwork and date from the late 19th century to early 20th century. The tabs would have adorned a Plains Indian War Club, Tomahawk, or other artifact. Both show Indian tanned hide construction with all early glass trade seed beadwork. The first has a sky blue, and chalk white base with accents of butterscotch yellow and dark blue beads. The second piece shows a chalk white base with butterscotch greasy yellow, dark blue, sky blue, semi-transparent red, and red white heart beads accenting throughout. Both show a geometric design typical of pieces from this era. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and verified. The larger piece measures 2.5" x 5.5" and the smaller one is 2" x 4.25".

47 - Mesquakie Beaded Sash circa 1890 in Display This is a wonderful authentic Mesquaki Native American Indian beaded sash dating to circa 1890. The piece shows excellent 19th century glass trade seed beaded design with a chalk white base and exceptional geometric design in greasy yellow, red, and more. The piece shows a very strong pattern with cross motifs and could have been worn by a honored warrior or chief. The sash has been displayed in a wood frame. This has been pictured in the 2009 publication/book “The Mark Francis Collection of American Indian Art” page 7 figure 4. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated, verified, and published. Frame is 11 1/8"x19 1/8". Beaded sash is 15.5"L x 3.5"W.

48 - Crow Indian Beaded and Fringed Dress This is a Crow Indian beaded and fringed dress. The dress features a wonderfully beaded collar with a fantastic floral design with a border that extends around the back of the dress. The ends of the sleeves and the bottom of the dress are fringed. The Crow dress is in good condition. It is approximately size medium and measures 32 1/4" W x 47" H

49 - c.1900 Blackfeet Indian Beaded Tomahawk Drop This is a Blackfoot Native American Indian beaded tomahawk drop. The piece is made from hide with a trade cloth backing. The front features a beautifully beaded design with arrows pointing upward, an important symbol of the people. Near the bottom is a series of buttons where the fringes start and extend downward. The beadwork shows chalk white, white lined red, sky blue, green and black glass trade seed beads. The Blackfeet beaded drop is in good condition. It measures 4" wide and 23" long

50 - Sioux Catlinite Pipe and Beaded Stem This is a Sioux catlinite pipe and stem. The pipe features a carved catlinite bowl and wooden stem. Attached to the stem are several feathers with pony beads in chalk white and sky blue. The end of the stem has been fitted with a bone mouthpiece. The Sioux pipe shows good condition. Believed to be of an early age, but not confirmed. It measures 23.75" long.

50a - Plains Fully Beaded Bag Chief's Bust Early 1900 The lot features a Plains Native American Indian fully beaded purse or bag from circa early to mid 20th century. The bag shows excellent 19th century glass trade seed beads in chalk white, pumpkin yellow, black, greasy yellow, orange, semi-transparent red, sky blue, red, and more. The bag is an early manufactured bag with wonderful beadwork covering the entire piece. Even the strap shows exquisite beadwork. The trade piece shows a Chief Portrait on one side and a floral design on the other. Overall very good condition for its age with some wear. The bag is 8.5"W x 24"L.

50b - Northern Plains Turkey Feather Parfleche Fan 19th This is a Northern Plains Native American Indian polychrome parflache wrapped fan showing Trukey Vulture feathers. The piece is from the 19th century. The piece shows wonderful polychrome mineral painted parfleche in red and green. The fan artifact is not commonly seen and is truly a museum quality piece. Provenance: From a very large private French Collection of Native American Indian artifacts. Originally purchased at a very fine Indian Artifact auction for over $2,500. Measures overall 16.5"L.

50c - Deer Lodge Montana State Prison Horsehair Rattle This is an authentic hitched horsehair rattle made at the Montana State Prison in Deer Lodge, Montana in the mid to early 20th century. The rattle shows a hitched horsehair composition with a fantastic design. Montana State Prison, Deer Lodge, Montana shows some of the most exquisite horse hair creations from the 20th century. The piece also shows rawhide leather rattle heads with braided leather spots and long horsehair fringe. The rattle is in very good condition. It measures 2" wide and 14.25" long.

51 - 15.9ct. Emerald Gemstone Collection This is a collection of emerald gemstones. Each one measures approximately 7mm x 9mm. Total weight is 15.9 carats.

51a - .65ct. Color Change Garnet Cushion Cut Gemstone This is a .65ct. color change garnet. The garnet is cushion cut and shows excellent color and clarity. The stone measures 4mm x 4mm and weighs .65 carats.

52 - 11.1ct. Burmese Ruby Gemstone Collection This is a collection of Burmese ruby gemstones. The rubies are well matched in size, color and clarity. There are 14 stones with a total weight of 11.1 carats. Each ruby measures approximately 5mm x 6mm.

52a - 11.93ct. Blue Topaz Oval Cut Gemstone This is a blue topaz gemstone. The stone has been oval cut and shows excellent color and clarity. The topaz measures 12mm x 16mm and weighs 11.93 carats.

53 - Antique Gerstner Oak Machinist Tool Chest This is an antique oak machinist tool chest. The tool chest was made by H. Gerstner & Sons of Dayton, Ohio. The piece has a lid on top that opens with five drawers below. The tag on the bottom drawer reads "Built by H. Gerstner & Sons Dayton, O. U.S.A. Model 043". The tool chest is in good condition. It measures 8.5" x 26.25" and is 14" tall.

54 - The Great Company (Hudson Bay) by Beckles Willson This is a first edition of "The Great Company" by Beckles Willson published in 1899. The book provides a comprehensive history of the Hudson's Bay Company from its beginnings in the 1600's through the end of the 1800's. The book has many maps and illustrations. The book shows good condition. It measures 6.5" x 9.5".

55 - Zebra Firecracker Framed Advertising Poster This is a Zebra Firecracker advertising poster from Bozeman, Montana. The poster is marked with the Zebra logo and reads "Imported & Distributed by R & S Marketing Service, Inc., Bozeman, Montana 59715". The poster is in good condition. The frame measures 24" x 36".

56 - Hafted Jasper Spear Point Spink Co. South Dakota This is an early hafted jasper spear or knife point from Spink County, South Dakota. The piece came from the private collection of Max Preston and was found and collected in the 1930's. The spear point shows good overall condition with significant age. The artifact measures 1.75" x 4".

57 - Arrowhead & Knife Collection Spink Co South Dakota This is an arrowhead and knife collection from Spink County, South Dakota. Included are two spear points, a spokeshave and a side knife. These are from the Max Preston collection. They were found and collected in the 1930's. The arifacts are in good condition. The largest piece measures 1.75" x 5.5".

58 - Indian Artifact Collection Spink Co. South Dakota This is a Native American artifact collection from Spink County, South Dakota. Included are scrapers, awls, bird points, etc. These came from the Max Preston collection. They were found and collected in the 1930's. They all show good condition. The largest piece measures 2" x 3.75".

59 - Ohio & Texas Indian Arrowhead Artifact Collection This is a collection of Indian arrowhead artifacts from Texas and Ohio. Included are arrowheads, an awl, scrapers and an arrow shaper. The artifacts are from the Max Preston collection of South Dakota. They all show good overall condition. The largest piece measures 1" x 5".

60 - Indian Artifact Collection Spink Co. South Dakota This is a collection of Indian artifacts from Spink County, South Dakota. Included are several scrapers, knife and bird points. These came from the Max Preston collection. They were found and collected in Spink County in the 1930's. They show good overall condition. The largest measures 2.5" x 3".

61 - Till Goodan Framed Prints This is a pair of framed prints by Till Goodan. The first piece is titled "The Stranger" and the other is titled "Guardians of the Range". Both pieces are in good overall condition. Each one measures 25.5" x 31.5".

62 - Early Rawhide Snowshoes with Leather Binding This is a pair of antique snowshoes. They feature solid white ash framed with rawhide lacing and leather bindings. They are from the early 1900's. The antique snowshoes are in good condition. They measure 55 3/4" L x 10" W

63 - Giannini Baritone Ukulele This is a Giannini baritone ukulele. The ukulele is marked on the inside "Giannini Baritone Ukulele Made in Brazil Serial No. 701 U.S. Distributor Merson Musical Products". The ukulele comes with a hard case. The ukulele is in good condition. The case measures 11" x 32.5".

63a - Banjo with Hard Case This is a banjo with hard case. The banjo is not visibly marked by the maker and is not strung. It shows good overall condition. The banjo measures 13" in diameter and is 33.5" long.

64 - Navajo Sterling Silver Ring Collection This is a collection of three Navajo sterling silver rings. All three rings are marked "Sterling" and are signed with an anchor mark on the back. The rings all feature a beautiful center stone. One is malachite, one is mother of pearl and the last one shows an agate stone. The rings are in good condition. They are all size 9.

65 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring Collection This is a collection of three Navajo sterling silver rings. One ring has a turquoise and coral cabochon. It is signed on the back "Jefferson James".The other two rings have a large turquoise cabochon with an accent border. Both are marked "Sterling" and are signed with an anchor mark. All three Navajo rings are in good condition. Two rings are size 8 and one is size 11.

66 - Custom Juniper Rocking Chair This lot features a custom juniper rocking chair. The chair was built custom by a Montana artist. The chair has a rustic natural look. With spoon carved edges. The piece has a striking wood grain. The overall condition of the piece is good for its age. Measures: 45" H x 45" D x 33" W

67 - Quarter Sawn Oak Claw Foot Table 19th C. This is an excellent 19th century to early 20th century American made Quarter Sawn Oak claw foot table. The table shows five hand carved legs with the four outside legs having heavy exceptional carved claw feet. The table shows some slight dings and scratches with some chipping on the feet, but overall a great piece. Measures 44"x44" x 28"H.

67a - Monterey Coronado Painted Table & Chairs This is a rare dining room table and chairs set manufactured by the Coronado Crown finish by the Angeles Furniture Company in a Monterey style. The solid wood construction is well crafted and the entire set has an exceptional hand painted floral design. The piece is in a primitive country monterey style and in overall good condition. The chairs are steer hide cowhide covered with good condition fur. Table measures 66.5"L x 37"W x 31"H. Chairs are 33"H x 18"W x 19"D. Mid-Century Modern. Circa 1930-1960's. Marked on the bottom.

68 - Quarter Sawn Oak Curved Glass Curio Cabinet c 1910 This is a wonderful triple curved glass curio cabinet. The cabinet is made from quarter sawn oak. It has 4 oak selves. The cabinet has an original excellent hand carved top accent and unique with original metal casters. The cabinet dates to the circa 910 and is truly a rare piece. The overall condition of the cabinet is good for its age. The wood shows some slight scuffs, but overall is in good to moderate condition. The front and right glass are original to the piece and the left section shows matched plexi glass, nearly indistinguishable from the original. Measures: 70" H x 43" W x 17 1/2" D

69 - Rare R.T Frazier Custom Beartrap Saddle c 1900-15 This is an original early R.T. Frazier hand crafted saddle from Pueblo, Colorado. This saddle features beautiful tooled designs, including scantily clad ladies and the ranches brand. The saddle also has a rare addition of built in saddle bags, as well as R.T Frazier buttons. The silver pieces are heavily tooled and really make the saddle a impressive piece. Robert T. Frazier was born in 1850 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. In the mid 1880’s he moved to Pueblo, Colorado and in 1892 he formed a partnership with S.C. Gallup. Frazier was one of the first saddle makers to use catalogs, which made the Frazier saddles famous. In 1917 he was considered to be the largest producer of stock saddles in the U.S. Frazier used a phrase that became his trademark, “Builder of the famous Pueblo Saddle.” At one time he employed over 50 saddle makers. The piece is from circa 1900-1915 and shows overall good condition, with signs of use. Marked, "R.T. Frazier Maker Pueblo, Colo.". Saddle has a 13" seat. Box measurements (shipping measurements) are 24"L x 19" W x 16" H. Also monogramed "HRB".

70 - Antique Pair Of Horse Sleigh Runners This lot features an antique pair of horse sleigh runners. The runners are part wood and cast iron. One of the pieces is marked Michigan. Perfect for decor. Runners, such as these where used to adapt horse drawn carriages for winter conditions. The overall condition is good for its age. Measures: 36" L x 171/2" H x 8" D

71 - CFK Damascus Ram Horn Knife & Scabbard This is a hand crafted custom knife from CFK Cutlery Company. The knife has an excellent hand forged folded 512 Layer Twist (1095HC/15N20) Damascus Steel blade with a fitted beautiful Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep Rams Horn handle set. The knife and sheath are both all hand custom made in the USA. Rare unmarked blade in a unique one of a kind style. The custom fitted scabbard is made from genuine leather. The knife is in new, excellent condition. It measures 9.5" with a 4.25" blade.

72 - Primitive Antique Carved Wooden Dough Bowl This is a primitive antique carved wooden dough bowl. The bowl has been carved from a solid piece of wood. This piece shows an exceptionally large size with excellent craftsmanship. The dough bowl is in good condition. There is one older repair to stop a spilt in the wood as shown. The bowl measures 16" wide and 46.75" long.

73 - 1891 Indian Reservation Map of the United States This is a RARE 1891 map of Indian reservations in the United States. With the Indian Removal Act of 1830, the U.S. Government began moving Native American populations to secluded tracts of land. From the mid to late 1800's, most were forced onto reservations. This map shows the Indian reservations as they were in 1891. Most are located in the Western United States. The map was created under the direction of T.J. Morgan, Commissioner of Indian Affairs. It shows good overall condition. The map measures 23.5" x 34".

74 - Coca Cola Advertising Sign This is a large original Coca Cola advertising sign. The sign is made from plastic and was lighted at one time. The sign shows the iconic Coca Cola logo with stylized lettering and swoosh. The sign is marked in the lower right corner "A&E PLASTI-LINE LEXAN 2-76". The sign is in good condition. It measures 24" x 61".

75 - Tonsorial Parlor Barber Shop Trade Sign Bozeman MT This is a barber shop trade sign from Bozeman, Montana. The sign is made on clear plexiglass and features antique style lettering and graphics. The sign reads "Tonsorial Parlor Barber Shop Steven C. VanAntwerp Proprietor". The sign came from a former barber shop located in downtown Bozeman, Montana. The sign is in good condition. It measures 61.5" wide and 40.25" tall.

76 - Early Arapaho Beaded Moccasins circa 19th C. This is an early pair of Arapaho Native American Indian beaded moccasins from the 19th century. The set shows excellent craftsmanship with Indian tanned hide and feature a rare pattern of beadwork done with Chalk White, Greasy Yellow, Light Turquoise Blue, Opaque Royal Blue, Black and Semi Transparent orange. This geometric fancy pattern is believed to be very rare and is truly a museum representation. Provenance: From a large Native American Indian artifact private collection in Saskatchewan, Canada. The moccasins are in good overall condition with no visible bead loss. They measure 3" x 8.25".

77 - RARE 19th Century Haida Carved Wooden Wolf Mask This is a rare Haida carved wooden wolf mask from the 19th century. The mask was hand carved from solid wood. Most often, these masks were used by members of secret societies in their dances in which they believed they were possessed by the spirit of the being represented by the mask. This mask shows good overall condition. There are two minor splits in the wood on the back of the mask as shown. The mask measures 6" x 12".

78 - Prairie Region Gunstock War Club c. 1890-1910 This is an exceptional and important authentic Prairie Region Gunstock War Club from the Ex Crissman-Francis collection. The excellent piece is most likely Osage or Pawnee Native American Indian, and dates to circa 1890-1910. The war club shows a nice high relief carved wood gunstock haft with circular trade tin insert, brass tacks and forged notch-cut spontoon blade. The piece has nice patina with traces of old blue paint. The relic has been pictured in the 2009 publication/book "The Mark Francis Collection of American Indian Art" page 133 figure 207. The war club features a Revolutionary War (1775-1783) Colonial American Spontoon style notched blade original to the piece with a wood gunstock haft (the hand forged spike head was used during the Revolutionary War by the Americans in trench defense against charging British infantry or cavalry). Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The piece is from both the Crissman and Francis collection and has been authenticated and published. Truly a museum quality important piece of Osage and Pawnee history. The war club measures 8.25" x 26.75".

79 - Northern Plains Hammerpoll War Tomahawk c. 1870 This is an exceptional and important authentic Prairie Region Gunstock War Club from the Ex Crissman-Francis collection. The excellent piece is most likely Osage or Pawnee Native American Indian, and dates to circa 1890-1910. The war club shows a nice high relief carved wood gunstock haft with circular trade tin insert, brass tacks and forged notch-cut spontoon blade. The piece has nice patina with traces of old blue paint. The relic has been pictured in the 2009 publication/book "The Mark Francis Collection of American Indian Art" page 133 figure 207. The war club features a Revolutionary War (1775-1783) Colonial American Spontoon style notched blade original to the piece with a wood gunstock haft (the hand forged spike head was used during the Revolutionary War by the Americans in trench defense against charging British infantry or cavalry). Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The piece is from both the Crissman and Francis collection and has been authenticated and published. Truly a museum quality important piece of Osage and Pawnee history. The war tomahawk measures 6.75" x 19.25".

80 - Ute Indian Beaded Strike-A-Lite Bag 19th Century This a Ute Native American Indian beaded strike-a-lite bag from the late 19th century. The bag is made from Indian tanned hide and features a beautifully glass trade seed beaded design using Transparent Green, Corn Yellow, Light Blue and Chalk White beads. The bottom of the bag shows a series of tin silver jingle cones. The Ute Indian strike-a-lite bag is in good condition with very tight beadwork. The bag is truly a wonderful scarce Ute Indian beaded representation and displays very well. The bag measures 3.5" x 6". Review picture for condition and age.

81 - Oak Back Bar from Flathead Lake Montana 19th-20th This is a unique back bar that was in use for many years at the Holland Lake Lodge on the West side of Flathead Lake in Montana. The back bar is in various pieces for easy disassemble and re-assemble. The front shows a quarter sawn oak construction with round pillar front and is marked on the front. The top is removable also. __ Front measures . Back measures ".

82 - Rex Schnitger Wyoming Double Mounted Spurs This is a pair of Wyoming spurs made by Rex Schnitger (1877-1947). Though he is well known as a Wyoming spur maker, Schnitger spent some time working in the Edward Bohlin shop in California during the 1920's. These spurs are double mounted in silver with cloverleaf rowels. They are in good condition. One spur is missing a silver spot on each side as shown. Each spur measures 4" x 5.5".

83 - Early American Spike Axe c.1770 RARE This is a very early American spike axe circa 1770. The axe features a long, slender forged head with a solid wood handle. The axe shows good overall condition. The axe head does have some pitting as shown. The axe measures 7.75" x 17".

85 - On Big Dry Creek Steer Bronze by Bob Scriver This is a rare original work of art bronze sculpture by renowned Montana artist, Robert (Bob) Scriver titled,"On Big Dry Creek" or "N-N Longhorn Steer". In the 1880-1890's there was a ranch on Big Dry Creek, Montana (now Fort Peck, MT) that Charles M. Russell was acquainted with. He painted a couple of Cowboys chasing a N-N Steer in 1904. This piece is modeled after this iconic piece. Robert Macfie Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. This is a Lost Wax Bronze Casting and shows a walnut base. The piece is signed and titled in the bronze and is a limited edition number 9/100 circa 1993. A Certificate of Authenticity and detailed biography of the artist is included. Sculpture measures overall 11 5/8"H x 12.5"W x 6.5"D. Bob Scriver bronzes have been valued at over $30,000-$50,000. He is believed to be "The Cowboy’s National Sculptor" and one of the finest Montana bronze artists of the 20th century.

85a - In Season Bighorn Ram Bronze by Bob Scriver This is a rare original work of art bronze by the renowned Montana artist, Bob Scriver titled, "In Season". The work of art features a trophy Rocky Mountain Bighorn Ram and is signed in the bronze limited number 10/100 circa 1992. Robert Macfie Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. This is a Lost Wax Bronze Casting and shows a walnut base. A Certificate of Authenticity and detailed biography of the artist is included. Sculpture measures overall 10 5/8"H x 8.75"W x 6"D. Bob Scriver bronzes have been valued at over $30,000-$50,000. He is believed to be "The Cowboy’s National Sculptor" and one of the finest Montana bronze artists of the 20th century. Interesting fact, Bob left the “C” out when he signed this piece, it reads “Sriver”, and when longtime friend Rex E. Breneman bought this to Bob’s attention he laughed and said, “Well, that just makes it unique…”

85b - Eagle Sketch Bronze Sculpture by Bob Scriver This is a rare original work of art bronze by the renowned Montana artist, Bob Scriver titled, "Eagle Sketch". The work of art features a great American Bald Eagle and is signed in the bronze limited number 144/250 circa 1980. Robert Macfie Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. This is a Lost Wax Bronze Casting and shows a walnut base. Sculpture measures overall 4.5"H x 4"W x 4"D. Bob Scriver bronzes have been valued at over $30,000-$50,000. He is believed to be "The Cowboy’s National Sculptor" and one of the finest Montana bronze artists of the 20th century.

86 - .44 Colt Rimfire Cartridges 19th Century (50) This lot features 50 .44 Colt or Henry rimfire cartridges. These were made for use in the 1860 Henry repeating lever action rifle. The cartridges have a copper casing with lead projectile. They all show good condition.

87 - Olmec Jade & Stone Face Effigy Necklace c 500 A.D. This is an early and important authentic Mayan Olmec carved jade and stone effigy medallion face from circa 500 A.D. The piece was recovered in an early 1900 South American Expedition with all the beads shown and has been professionally restrung for stability and museum display purposes. This is truly an exceptional Pre-Columbian artifact showing all the correct drill and carved marks indicative of its circa 500 A.D. age. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost knowledge on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated. Truly a museum quality important piece of Olmec history. The piece was made by a highly skilled artisan showing a detailed carved area and wonderful designed face. The Olmec people are one of the early great civilizations in Mesoamerica. The Olmec’s were before the Mayans and Aztecs and were true artisans and masters of both colossal stone carvings and Jade Masks. Olmec artworks are considered among ancient America's most striking. Measures 10.5'L with the face carving being 2.25"x2".

88 - Early British War of 1812 Pipe Tomahawk This is an early British made War of 1812 period Pipe Tomahawk. The piece features a forged iron head with pierced eye hole method. The head is stamped, “BO” on one side of the blade with the other side showing two small English broad arrows “>”. The head is tight on the wood haft with original buckskin gasket present and having the original clean out plug still intact. The wood haft is believed to be a very early piece with much patina from age and use (may be a mid to late 19th century replacement, but also may be original). This is truly one of only a few confirmed “War of 1812” stylings forged iron pipe tomahawk made available for public sale. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost knowledge on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and is truly a museum quality important piece. The wood haft shows various kill marks. Measures 21.25"L x 8 5/8"W with a 3 1/8" blade and a 5/8" bowl.

89 - Antique Rare Bullet Display This is a display of rare and antique bullets. The display features bullets from the Civil War era to the early 1900's. The display shows good overall condition. It measures 24" x 48".

90 - Antique Rare Bullet Display This is a display of rare and antique bullets. The display features bullets from the Civil War era to the early 1900's. The display shows good overall condition. It measures 24" x 48".

91 - 1950's Marilyn Monroe Nude Tip Tray Collection This is a collection of four original Marilyn Monroe nude tip trays from the 1950's. The trays are tin litho and are marked "Marilyn Monroe". Each tray is in good condition. They measure 4" in diameter.

92 - Early Mining Prospector Gold Ore Grinder This is an early mining prospector's gold ore grinder. The piece consists of a cast iron trough set in a rough cut timber. The wheel is made from cast iron as well and has a hand hewn dowel. This piece was used by prospectors to grind their ore to extract gold and other precious metals. The grinder is in good condition. The trough measures 7.5" x 22" x 5".

93 - 1765-1814 Narcisse Roy Hudson Bay Necklace This is a Hudson Bay silver beaver effigy necklace made by Narcisse Roy between 1765 and 1814. The piece is marked "NR" and "Montreal". Under the red glass center stone is marked "HB". Attached to the pendant is a string of faceted Venetian trade beads that beautifully accent the piece. The Hudson Bay trade silver necklace is in good condition. The pendant measures 2.5" x 4.5". The necklace measures 26".

94 - Original 1955 Western-Winchester Rabbit Poster This is an original Western-Winchester advertising poster from 1955. The poster shows wonderful action with a rabbit running across the snow covered ground as the hunter takes aim. The poster is marked on the bottom "Copyright 1955 Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporation Especially Painted for Western-Winchester Litho in U.S.A.". The piece shows good overall condition. Poster measures 26" x 40".

94a - Original 1955 Western-Winchester Pheasant Poster This is an original Western-Winchester advertising poster from 1955. The poster shows wonderful action with a pheasant in flight as the hunter gets ready to take aim. The poster is marked on the bottom "Copyright 1955 Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporation Especially Painted for Western-Winchester Litho in U.S.A.". The poster shows good overall condition. It measures 28" x 42".

94b - Original 1955 Western-Winchester Squirrel Poster This is an original Western-Winchester advertising poster from 1955. The poster shows wonderful action with a squirrel running through a tree as the hunter prepares to take aim. The poster is marked on the bottom "Copyright 1955 Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporation Especially Painted for Western-Winchester Litho in U.S.A.". The piece shows good overall condition. Poster measures 28" x 42".

95 - Antique Imperial Duncan Phyfe Drum Table This is a Duncan Phyfe drum table made by Imperial of Grand Rapids, Michigan. The table features a three leg pedestal with brass claw feet. The center of the pedestal shows a fantastic carved maple leaf motif. The top of the table has a single drawer with a brass pull. The antique drum table is in good condition. It measures 28" in diameter and is 28.25" tall.

96 - Vintage Pair Of Leather & Wood Snowshoes This lot features a vintage pair of snowshoes. The webbing is constructed of leather as well as the straps. The pair have a large tear design. Great for cabin decor. The pair is marked with "S. Hale" and one is marked with the number 58. The overall condition of the pieces is good. Measures: 12 1/4" W x 34" L

97 - Antique Tower Bean's Pattern Handcuffs with Key This is an antique pair of Tower Bean's Pattern handcuffs with working key from circa 1880. The handcuffs are marked "Tower Bean's Pattern" and feature a button on the side of the lock that engages the cuffs to lock. The antique handcuffs are in good condition and come with a working key. The cuffs measure 3" x 10".

98 - Broadwater Hotel Helena, MT Brass Chandelier 1930s This brass chandelier from the Broadwater hotel in Helena, Montana offers a small but great look at what one of the most elegant hotels of its time was like, circa 1930's. The elegant Hotel Broadwater and Natatorium complex was built in 1888-89 by Montana railroad, real estate and banking tycoon Charles A. Broadwater. The hotel was world-class, opulently furnished and fitted. The spectacular Moorish-style natatorium was the world's largest indoor pool, fed by over one million gallons of hot mountain spring water per day. This Impressive chandelier features a brass construction with ten arms and two light bulbs each for a total of 20 lights surrounding a ornate center section. The detail of the piece is simply fantastic, having a undeniable presents. It is in good condition and has been tested for function. It measures 39 1/4" D x 30 1/2" H

99 - Broadwater Hotel Helena, MT Brass Chandelier 1930s This brass chandelier from the Broadwater hotel in Helena, Montana offers a small but great look at what one of the most elegant hotels of its time was like, circa 1930's. The elegant Hotel Broadwater and Natatorium complex was built in 1888-89 by Montana railroad, real estate and banking tycoon Charles A. Broadwater. The hotel was world-class, opulently furnished and fitted. The spectacular Moorish-style natatorium was the world's largest indoor pool, fed by over one million gallons of hot mountain spring water per day. This Impressive chandelier features a brass construction with ten arms and two light bulbs each for a total of 20 lights surrounding a ornate center section. The detail of the piece is simply fantastic, having a undeniable presents. It is in good condition and has been tested for function. It measures 39 1/4" D x 30 1/2" H

100 - Antique Brass Bed Frame This lot features an antique brass bed frame. The frame is a complete set of both headboard footboard and rails. The overall condition of the set is good for its age. Believed to fit a full size bed. Measures: 53" W x 54" H , 53" W x 32" H

101 - Osage Chief's Beaded Headdress c. 1900- This is an excellent Osage Native American Indian feathered beaded head dress from circa 1900. The early-20th century Chief’s headdress was recovered from an Old Indian family in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. The piece shows a wonderful beaded brow band with early trade brass beads and hawk bells. This also shows drops of old dyed horsetail hair accenting the tips of the feathers. The piece comes with a custom museum display for use on a wall. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost knowledge on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and is truly a museum quality artifact. Fits approximately a 7.5 and bigger head. Front is 20"H and the back is 20"H.

102 - Crow Spontoon War Tomahawk circa 1850 This is an exceptional Crow Native American Indian Spontoon War Club Tomahawk from circa 1850. The rare and important mid-19th century example shows a hand forged spontoon head with a median ridge running along the center of the blade and two bleeder holes with upward curled basal processes. The wood haft is adorned with a long wrap of early tarnished copper wire, brass trade tack accents at the top, and an Indian tanned hide wrist thong. The piece is attributed to the Crow Indians in Wyoming and was reportedly used in a battle between the Crow and Sioux tribes on a butte in Northern Nebraska. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and is truly a museum quality important artifact. 21 1/8"L x 7.5"W with the blade being 2.75"W at the curls.

103 - Montana Wild Buffalo Fur Hide Rug This is a Montana taken Wild Great American Bison Buffalo hide rug. The bull rug shows very good condition hide and fur with a rich coloring. This would display very well on the floor, wall, or over a piece of furniture. Large Buffalo Rug are rare to be wild and not from a farm. Measure 84" L x 79" W. Showing good condition.

104 - Montana Trophy Black Bear Hide This lot features a Montana black bear hide. This is a great example of a black bear hide. The hide does not appear to have any balding spots or be experiencing shedding. The hair is thick and soft, and all the claws are present. It is in good condition with little to no wear. Measures: 72" L x 60" W

105 - Trophy Montana Mountain Lion Taxidermy Full Mount This is an exceptional large trophy taxidermy full body mount of a Montana taken Mountain Lion. The piece has been professionally mounted and displayed on a faux rock seen and can be hung on any wall. This mountain lion was shot and taxidermy here in Montana. The taxidermy is good quality. The piece shows good condition. The piece is experiencing light shedding. Full Mount Mountain Lions are of great demand due to the difficulty in hunting and rarity. Most Mountain Lion Mounts sell for $4000 to $6000 or more in the décor shops. Measures: 60" L x 23" W x 22" H.

106 - 1809 James Madison Presidential Peace Medal This is a James Madison Presidential Peace Medal from 1809 with presentation collar. The medal is struck in bronze and shows James Madison on the obverse and reads "James Madison President of the U.S. A.D. 1809". The reverse shows the handshake with crossed pipe and tomahawk and reads "Peace and Friendship". The medal is accompanied by the presentation collar made from velvet and trade cloth. The Peace Medal and presentation collar are in good overall condition. The collar does have moderate wear and minor damage as shown. The medal measures 76mm in diameter. Each side of the collar measures 6" x 19.5".

107 - Sioux Beaded Strike-A-Lite Bag c.1890 This is a Sioux strike-a-lite beaded bag from circa late 19th century. The bag is made from brain tanned hide and features a fantastic glass trade seed beaded design with Chalk White, White Lined Red and Light Blue beads. The bottom of the bag shows a series of tin silver jingle cones. The Sioux beaded strike-a-lite bag is in good condition. It measures 4" x 6.75".

108 - Hunkpapa Sioux Thundebird Rawhide War Shield This is a Hunkpapa Sioux Native American Indian war shield showing the highly regarded Thunderbird, a powerful symbol. The shield is made with buffalo rawhide with buffalo hide stretched over. A long loop of hide would allow the warrior to wear the shield around his neck and shoulder. The front of the shield shows the Thunderbird with lightning bolts on either side. The shield is painted with organic and mineral dyes. The war shield is in good condition. It measures 17.75" in diameter.

109 - Cheyenne Black Beaded Bow circa 1890-1910 The piece features a carved wood bow with rawhide parfleche fully beaded design from the Cheyenne Native American Indians. The piece has excellent glass trade seed bead work in black, greasy yellow, and red sinew sewn. The center has a parfleche wrapped center grip and the top and bottom are hand notched. The piece is from circa 1890-1910 and shows overall good condition. Measures overall 45.5"L.

110 - Sioux Parfleche Sheath & Jukescoul Bowie Knife The lot features a Sioux Native American Indian polychrome parfleche knife sheath with a large Jukescoul Hudson Bay Camp Bowie Knife. The knife is marked, "NONXXL Jukescoul Son & Co Sheffield" and was known as the Hudson Bay Co. Fur Trade Camp Bowie Knife. The knife shows a heavy construction with Buffalo Bison Horn grips and Brass/Copper spots and hilt. This pattern of Camp Bowie Knife was imported by the Hudson Bay Co. and was distributed by various fur traders in the early 19th century, approximately circa 1840's. The knife shows some rust spots, but overall in good condition. The Bowie Knife is 13.5" with an 8" blade. The sheath measures 3.75" x 11.75".

111 - American Eastlake Walnut Dining Table 19th Century This is an exceptional early American Eastlake Walnut solid wood dining room table from the third to fourth quarter of the 19th century. The table is the epitome of the coveted Eastlake movement by Charles Eastlake showing an exquisite Arts & Crafts Victorian era design. The piece is truly one of the finer examples of this iconic era and is in fine condition. The table shows incredibly detailed legs having geometric accenting including spindles, low relief carving, incised lines and a large round base. The piece also includes three original leaves in matching solid walnut. The only visible flaw is a slight mark on the top as shown, otherwise is in pristine condition. The table has various original casters. Measures without leaves 53"x46.5" x 29.25"H. Previously tables similar to this have been valued at over $6,000.

112 - Tiger Oak Curved Glass Curio Cabinet 19th C. RARE This is an exceptional tiger quarter sawn oak triple curved glass curio china cabinet from the 19th century. The piece shows the most exquisite craftsmanship with impeccable details. The piece is American made and is one of the finer curved glass curio cabinets available for public sale. The piece has hand carved accents with pillar accents along the front and rich griffon claw feet. The piece also has five mirror glass panel backing and four shelves. Measures 67 1/8" H x 42" W x 15" D.

113 - Yawman and Erbe Oak Stacking File Cabinet c. 1900 This is an exceptional early 1900 quarter sawn oak stacking file cabinet manufactured by Yawman and Erbe. The piece shows four stacking sections with the base and top molding separate. Each section shows two large pull out file drawers. The cabinet has all the original brass hardware and locking mechanisms. The top shows the original tag marked, "Yawman and Erbe Mfg. Co. Rochester N.Y. U.S.A." This is truly one of the finest sets of stacking industrial American made early file cabinets we have offered for sale. Measures 33"W x 17"D x 57.25"H.

114 - Early General Store Rolling Nail Bins Shelf This early galvanized general store rolling nail bin is a truly unique piece. It features large bottom and top shelves with six sliding drawers on the two middle shelves. Each drawer features a pull handle with a place for a identification card. It is a high quality piece that is in good condition. It measures 36 1/4" W x 13" D x 45 1/4" H

115 - Art Deco Mahogany Six Drawer Dresser w/ Mirror This exquisite Mahogany dresser and mirror features a wonderful Art Deco design. It features six drawers with solid brass furniture, the two top drawer features different brass furniture. The top has a rounded front that blends pleasantly into the front of the dresser. The piece features great quality and is in good condition. It measures 50" W x 18 1/2" D x 62 1/2" H

116 - Marcus Daly Oak Mercantile Cabinet 19th-20th C. This is an exceptional American built quarter sawn oak mercantile cabinet from the Marcus Daly estate in Helena, Montana. Daly was a Copper King in Montana in the late 1800's. The haberdashery cabinet shows exceptional craftsmanship with solid construction. The piece is manufactured in two piece with the top showing two original glass doors with round pillars. The entire piece shows all original fantastic brass hardware. This would have been displayed behind the counter in an early Old West Country Store and is truly a rare piece. One of the finer early American Mercantile cabinets we have offered for sale. The piece has been professionally restored and is in fine condition. Measures: 97" H x 72" W x 18" D

117 - Early Carved Oak Secretary Bookcase Curio Cabinet This is an ornately carved early secretary bookcase curio cabinet. The piece is made from solid oak and features a mirror, fancy shelves, drop front secretary, and three drawers. The other side has a curved glass door that opens to show several shelves. The piece features ornate carvings such as claw feet, top board, and secretary front. The furniture is solid brass. The oak secretary cabinet is in good condition. It measures 41.5" W x 15.5" D x 77" T.

118 - Metal Glass Sliding Door Display Cabinet This lot features a metal glass sliding door display case. The cabinet has two glass sliding doors and four selves. It is fully metal and painted. The paint is chipping is some areas. The overall condition of the piece is good for its age. Measures: 51" H x 14 1/2" D x 37" W

119 - Woodlands Spike Tomahawk circa 18th to 19th C. This is an early Woodlands Native American Indian spike tomahawk most likely from the Iroquois or Huron tribes. The exceptional piece dates to the late 18th century to early 19th century and is truly one of the earlier weapons available at this sale. The piece shows an ash wood haft decorated with stipple-engraved copper bands secured with tiny brass nails. The forge iron head is artfully designed showing the period correct style blade and extremely unique spontoon spike like back, making this a very potent edged weapon. The spike back shows two edges. The piece was purchased from a New York Native American antique estate. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and is truly a museum quality important piece. Measures 21.5"L x 8.75"W with a 2.5'L blade end. The piece has excellent rocker engraved original copper/brass/ inlaid wraps. End is slightly split.

120 - Chippewa Spike Tomahawk c. Mid-19th Century This is a large excellent Chippewa Native American Indian Spike Tomahawk from circa mid-19th century. The authentic original piece shows a wide blade with tapering spike back and is a large heavy example. The wood haft has a high polish and is artfully decorated with a brass tack design. The wood haft also has a rounded skull cracker style end along the bottom as shown. The forged iron blade shows one rivet spot and three on the spike. The piece is well-kept in original museum quality condition and is truly a wonderful piece. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece and has been authenticated. Measures 24.5"L x 9 3/8"W with a 2.5" blade end.

121 - Alaskan Gold Nugget Pendant This is an Alaskan gold nugget necklace. The gold was recovered from a placer mine on the Western coast of Alaska. The nugget has been set with gold loops to be used as a pendant. The gold nugget pendant is in good condition. It measures .5" x 1" and weighs 5.5 grams.

122 - Hamley & Co. Batwing Chaps Pendleton Oregon This is a pair of batwing chaps made by Hamley & Company in Pendleton, Oregon. The chaps are monogrammed "ROY" but over time have lost "R" and "Y" on both legs. The chaps are marked on the waistband "Hamley & Co. Pendleton, Ore.". The chaps are in good overall condition. They measure 34.5" long.

123 - Dave Yellowhorse Navajo Custom Grizzly Buck Knife This is a Buck Custom fixed blade knife made by Navajo artist Dave Yellowhorse. This knife shows the Grizzly Bear inlaid in brass on each side of the handle. In addition, there is a fantastic mosaic made with Blue Gem and Morenci Turquoise. The knife comes in the original wood box. The knife measures 8" with a 3.5" blade.

124 - Bozeman, Mt Tonsorial Parlor Barber Shop Sign This sign is a piece of Bozeman history, telling travelers and residents where they could step back in time a little for a good haircut and shave. This sign was located on the store front of the Tonsorial Parlor Barber Shop since its opening in 1972 in Downtown Bozeman, Montana. The sign is a truly unique piece. It was hand painted with the artist name, "Duncan Kipper," at the bottom of the sign. The sign is made of wood, with a ornate metal frame to attach to the building. This piece is in good condition for its age, showing some wear. The sign shows two matching sides with the iconic barber pole accenting the center surrounded by text and two straight razors below. It measures 60 1/2" H x 45" W

125 - French Chesterfield Tufted Club Chair Circa 1920s This is an excellent French Art Deco Chesterfield tufted club chair. The chair dates to circa 1920s. A common site in any lounge during the 20s these chairs have Chesterfield look, large tightly stuffed sofa, often upholstered in leather, with straight upholstered arms of the same height as the back. The chair has a classic tufted design. The overall condition of the chair is good for its age. Measures: 34" H x 34" D x 33" W. Similar French Art Deco club chairs are listed for sale and have sold for $5000 to $10000.

126 - French Chesterfield Tufted Club Chair Circa 1920s This is an excellent French Art Deco Chesterfield tufted club chair. The chair dates to the circa 1920s. A common site in any lounge during the 20s these chairs have Chesterfield look, large tightly stuffed sofa, often upholstered in leather, with straight upholstered arms of the same height as the back. The chair has a classic tufted design. The overall condition of the chair is good for its age. Measures: 34" H x 34" D x 33" W. Similar French Art Deco club chairs are listed for sale and have sold for $5000 to $10000.

127 - Koken President Barber Chair c.1953 This mid century Koken barber chair is a great looking piece. It has great quality and some great features. It features an art deco design with red leather sides and black vinyl seat. The Koken barber chair has been a symbol of innovation. It was the first one to have a successfully integrated hydraulic lift. This technology made it convenient for the barber to lift the chair up or bring it down when he needed to. It was a groundbreaking idea during the early 1900’s. This chair features a chrome footrest and padded headrest to ensure a comfortable haircut or shave. This chair comes from a Bozeman, Mt Barber shop and has been in use there since 1972. It shows a good overall condition, with signs of use. It measures 42 1/2" H x 31" W x 48" L

128 - Koken President Barber Chair c.1953 This mid century Koken barber chair is a great looking piece. It has great quality and some great features. It features an art deco design with red leather sides and black vinyl seat. The Koken barber chair has been a symbol of innovation. It was the first one to have a successfully integrated hydraulic lift. This technology made it convenient for the barber to lift the chair up or bring it down when he needed to. It was a groundbreaking idea during the early 1900’s. This chair features a chrome footrest and padded headrest to ensure a comfortable haircut or shave. This chair comes from a Bozeman, Mt Barber shop and has been in use there since 1972. It shows a good overall condition, but it does show wear on the seat and chrome trim. It measures 42 1/2" H x 31" W x 48" L

129 - Early Cigar Store Indian from Missouri 19th C. This is an exceptional hand craved Cigar Store Indian dated from the 19th C. Provenance: The Cigar Store Indian was acquired from an extensive early American and Native American artifact collection from Kansas City, Missouri. Much in the traditional manner of classic Cigar Store Indians from makers such as Samuel Robb, this statue features the colorful headdress, accent fringed shawl, patterned high top moccasins and a fringe accented skirt all in polychrome paint that seems to be quite early and original. The American Indians first brought tobacco to the white settlers and much later these colorfully-dressed Indians would beckon patrons into their cigar stores. Cigar store Indians such as this have been one of the most sought after and valued Old West items. The Indian statue is believed to have been outside an Illinois Cigar Store in the mid to late 19th century. This piece shows to be a solid wood carving. A fair amount of paint loss has occurred but the piece shows minimum cracking. Because of the general illiteracy of the populace, early store owners used descriptive emblems or figures to advertise their shops' wares; for example, barber poles advertise barber shops, show globes advertised apothecaries and the three gold balls represent pawn shops. American Indians and tobacco had always been associated because American Indians introduced tobacco to Europeans, and the depiction of native people on smoke-shop signs was almost inevitable. As early as the 17th century, European tobacconists used figures of American Indians to advertise their shops. Shows wear consistent with age. Measures: 63" H x 12" W x 12" D

130 - Antique Set Of Horse Sleigh Runners This lot features an antique set of horse sleigh runners. The runners are part wood and cast iron. Perfect for decor. Runners, such as these where used to adapt horse drawn carriages for winter conditions. The overall condition is good for its age. Measures: 36" L x 171/2" H x 8" D

131 - Mattatuck The Maltby RARE Antique Handcuffs w/ Key This is a pair of RARE antique Mattatuck handcuffs from circa 1901. The handcuffs are marked "The Maltby Manufactured by the Mattatuck M'F'G Co. Waterbury Conn. U.S.A. Pat'd Nov. 12.01". The handcuffs are in good condition and come with a working key. They measure 3.75" x 8.5".

132 - Oak Sideboard with Carved Claw Feet 19th C. This is an excellent American made late 19th century to early 20th century quarter sawn oak sideboard. The sideboard shows solid wood construction with exquisite craftsmanship. The piece has a unique set of lower doors with glass sections and fantastic heavy hand carvings framing each. The top also has the heavy hand carved accent with a small shelf above an original 100 year old beveled glass mirror. The sideboard shows two drawers along the top with a cylindrical curved design showing rich grain and brass original lions heads drawer pulls with a larger drawer along the bottom having the original heavy brass hardware. The piece rests on two delightful carved griffon or lions claw feet with six claws. The piece has been professionally restored and is in fine condition. Measures 58 1/2"H x 39"W x 18 1/4"D.

133 - Art Nouveau Quarter Sawn Oak Sideboard 1890-1910 This is an original Art Nouveau era circa 1890-1910 sideboard. It is American made with a quarter sawn oak construction. The piece shows phenomenal design with trim accented glass doors and relief pillar like carving with hearts and a crown along the center. The sideboard has a back trim piece that has exceptional deep rich hand carved accents. The piece has original brass hardware. The piece has been professionally restored and shows fine condition. The piece is on wood casters. Measures 48 3/8"H x 39.25"W x 17"D.

134 - Excellent Carved Oak Writing Desk 19th C. This is an exceptional late 19th century to early 20th century quarter sawn oak construction writing desk. The desk shows exquisite rich wood grain. Each corner joint has been carved from a single piece of early oak and shows deep excellent carving matching the carved feet. The piece shows the original brass hardware. The desk could be displayed in the middle of the room as the front and back are both wonderfully finished. Measures 48" W x 27.75" D x 28" T.

135 - Marble Top Quarter Sawn Oak Vanity This marble top quarter sawn oak vanity has an appealing look with a sturdy construction. The piece features a 3/4" thick polished marble top and brass pictorial fittings. The desk has on pull out drawer and a small cabinet. It is in good condition. It measures 36" W x 18 1/4" D x 67 3/4" H

136 - Tibetan Ritual Bone Apron Crown Cuffs 18th/19th C. This is an extremely RARE Tibetan prayer ritual apron with crown and cuffs from the 18th to 19th century. The apron shows twelve oblong plaques at the top. Each of the bone plaques shows a finely hand carved figure. The oblong plaques are graduated in size with the longest ones toward the center. Below the plaques are a network of smaller bone carvings with important symbols and figures. These smaller pieces are joined by the network of beads. The crown or headpiece is composed of five hand carved bone plaques joined by a series of smaller carved pieces and beads. Each of the cuffs consists of three oblong carved bone plaques joined by a series of beads. Interestingly, the cuffs show only symbols and patterns. Provenance: The Tibetan ritual bone apron, crown and cuffs come from the private collection of Owen David Mort, an American engineer who amassed an impressive collection throughout his worldwide travels. His collection has included art, artifacts and other historical items from which he has donated to the University of Utah and Notre Dame. This is an incredible set that includes the apron, crown or headpiece and two cuffs. This is the only known complete set to be made available on the open market in recent years. A truly unique opportunity to own a RARE piece of Tibetan culture. All four pieces show good condition.

137 - Early Iroquois Ball Head War Club w/ Spike 19th C, This is an exceptional early Iroquois Native American Indian ball head war club with spontoon spike. The war club shows a solid wood construction with rich wood grain and early patina. The piece is from the 19th century and shows overall museum quality condition. The spike shows a Revolutionary War style spontoon iron blade. War clubs such as this were used by the Eastern Woodland Great Lakes tribes in the 19th century and are of an exceptional rarity and value. It measures 3.25" in diameter and is 24.25" long. Exact age of the spike is unknown. Provenance: From a large private Native American Indian artifact collection in Saskatchewan, Canada. Originally purchased from Skinner Auction House were the piece's information was confirmed. Please review the pictures for description correctness and age.

138 - Pawnee Missouri War Axe Tomahawk c. 1860-1870 Authentic original Pawnee Missouri Native American Indian War Axe Tomahawk. The piece dates to circa 1860-1870. This shows a hand forged blade with weeping hear cut out. The wood haft is adorned with old brass tacks and shows an excellent patina and signs of use. The head is secured to the haft with wood wedges and brass tacks. The haft also shows a slight curve. This is truly an exceptional rare and important authentic war weapon. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated. The piece is also from the Wellington ex collection. One of the finest examples of a Pawnee war relic made available for public purchase. Truly a fantastic museum quality piece. The head has been cleaned by a previous collector. The war axe measures 7.75" x 20".

139 - Osage Missouri War Axe Tomahawk circa 1860 This is an exceptional rare and important authentic Osage Missouri Native American Indian War Axe Tomahawk. The piece dates to circa 1860. The war relic features an iron worked head with weeping heart cut out made by the Dunlap & Florer Trading Post at Pawhuska, Oklahoma (heart of the Osage Nation). The solid wood haft has an old red ocher mineral paint patina and thickly layered Indian tanned buckskin gasket wetted and dried at the top of the haft to secure the head into place. The rare weapon has been pictured in the 2009 publication/book “The Mark Francis Collection of American Indian Art” page 119 figure 187; and published in the 2010 book “The Missouri War Axe: War Tomahawk of the Plains and Prairies” page 43 figure 50. This is truly a terrific, well documented, and published weapon of the Indian Wars period and one of the finest examples being made available for public sale. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost knowledge on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated, verified, and published. This is an excellent representation of an early Osage piece and the circa 1860’s authentic weapon shows exquisite craftsmanship. Truly a museum quality artifact. Lewis & Clark first described this type of weapon, with long, thin flat triangle-shaped blade which were forged from thin sheet iron, on their 1804-1805 expedition up the Missouri River. Lewis sketched an example in his journal and assumed these examples found with the Mandan and Hidatsa were likely supplied to the Indians many years before by French fur traders. It has been documented that this style of tomahawk was first manufactured by the Choteau's and Papin's in the late 1700's in the St. Louis area and sold and traded with local Osage and Pawnee Indians. This piece is a cast example made by the Dunlap & Florer Trading Post at the heart of the Osage Nation at Pawhuska, Oklahoma in the circa 1860 period, as researched by noted tomahawk authors and historians John Baldwin, Mark Francis, and Dr. James Hanson of the Museum of the Fur Trade in Chadron, Nebraska. See the accompanying article by Dr. Hanson from a 2008 museum newsletter in photo #12. Pristine examples of this exact Dunlap & Florer head have been noted, as on Osage Chief Bacon Rind's piece with the red cloth-wrapped handle in the Museum of the American Indian in New York. This piece was purchased by collector Mark Francis from an Osage family at Pawhuska many years ago.

140 - Blackfoot Indian Warrior Shield c.1890 This is an early Blackfoot/Blackfeet Native American Indian warrior shield from circa late 19th to early 20th century. The piece had been previously determined to be from circa 1890 by a private collector. The shield is made from buffalo hide with brain tanned fringe at the top. The piece shows the image of a buffalo painted with organic dyes. A cluster of feathers wrapped with trade cloth is also attached to the front of the shield (identified as turkey feathers). The Blackfeet warrior shield is in good condition. It measures 13" in diameter. Please review pictures for condition and desciption correctness.

141 - Antique Mattatuck Handcuffs & Key Original Boxes This lot includes two pairs of antique Mattatuck handcuffs with key and original boxes from circa 1904. Each pair of cuffs is marked "Manufactured by The Mattatuck M'F'G' Co. Waterbury Conn. U.S.A.". The boxes are also marked "Patented Aug. 2, 1904". Both pairs of antique handcuffs are in good to very good condition. The boxes measure 4.25" x 4.25".

142 - Antique Wrought Iron Planter Collection This is a collection of antique wrought iron planters. They are five planters, each one shows a unique appearance with flowing curves and elegant style. They all display a wonderful distressed paint patina. The planters are in good condition. The largest measures 37.5" tall.

143 - Northern Plains Indian Parfleche Arrow Quiver This is a Northern Plains Native American Indian parfleche arrow quiver. The quiver is made from buffalo parfleche and is hand laced with sinew. Included with the quiver is six handmade arrows with steel tips. The Northern Plains quiver is in good condition. It measures 4" in diameter and is 22" long. The longest arrow is 32" long.

144 - Wicker Lounge Chair This lot features a wicker lounge chair. The chair has a firm wicker weave with little damage and no apparent breaks. A floral pattern cushion sits atop the chair. The chair is in good overall condition for its age. Measures: 35" H x 62" W x 14" D

145 - Howard Miller 8 Day Calendar Wall Clock This is a Howard Miller 8 day calendar wall clock. The clock features a wooden case with glass paneled doors. The pendulum is housed in the lower section of the clock. The upper section houses the clock face which shows the twelve hours in roman numerals and the 31 calendar days. This clock has a minute, hour and day hand. The clock is marked as a Model 4926. It is in good condition and works well. Comes with a key to wind the clock. The clock measures 14" wide and 22.75" tall.

146 - Crockett & Kelly Handcuff Collection with Keys This lot includes two pairs of Crockett & Kelly handcuffs with working keys. Each pair is marked on the shackle "Crockett & Kelly Inc." and is double locking. Both sets of handcuffs are in good condition and work well.

147 - Magasin Du Nord Leopard Seal Skin Coat & Hat This lot features a Magasin Du Nord Leopard Seal skin coat with hat. The fur on the coat and hat is in good condition with only a small wear spot and display beautiful patterns. Magasin du Nord is a Danish chain of department stores. Its flagship store is located on Kongens Nytorv in Copenhagen.The company traces its roots back to 1868 when Theodor Wessel and Emil Vett opened a draper's shop in Aarhus under the name Emil Vett & Co. It was an immediate success and in 1871 moved to Immervad where the Aarhus store is still located. The coat and hat are in great condition for there age. Measures: 40" L x 21" W , Hat diameter 8"

148 - Original 1944 John Wayne Italian Movie Poster This is an original John Wayne movie poster from Italy. The poster is for the movie "Tall in the Saddle" and reads "Il Romanzo Del West". The poster shows John Wayne with his lever action rifle in hand along with an action scene from the movie. The movie poster is in good condition. The frame measures 28.5" x 39".

149 - Silver Mounted Revolver Pistol Horse Bit This is a silver mounted pistol horse bit. The bit is marked with "RM" inside a horseshoe and "257". The cheek pieces are a cutout pistol with engraved silver overlay. The slobber bar has two silver arrows with a buffalo head in the center. The pistol horse bit is in good condition. It measures 6" x 8.5".

150 - The Outfitter Bronze Sculpture by Bob Scriver This is a rare original work of art bronze by the renowned Montana artist, Bob Scriver titled "The Outfitter". The work of art features a cowboy on horseback and is signed in the bronze limited number 29/50 circa 1992. Robert Macfie Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. This is a Lost Wax Bronze Casting and shows a walnut base. Sculpture measures overall 6" x 13" and is 15" tall. Bob Scriver bronzes have been valued at over $30,000-$50,000. He is believed to be "The Cowboy’s National Sculptor" and one of the finest Montana bronze artists of the 20th century.

150a - Three Bears Bronze Sculpture by Bob Scriver This is a rare original work of art bronze by the renowned Montana artist, Bob Scriver titled, "Three Bears". The work of art features a mother grizzly and her two cubs and is signed in the bronze limited number 67/110 circa 1991. Robert Macfie Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. This is a Lost Wax Bronze Casting and shows a walnut base. Sculpture measures overall 10" x 13" and is 9" tall. Bob Scriver bronzes have been valued at over $30,000-$50,000. He is believed to be "The Cowboy’s National Sculptor" and one of the finest Montana bronze artists of the 20th century.

150b - 1861 Mail Bronze Sculpture by Bob Scriver This is a rare original work of art bronze by the renowned Montana artist, Bob Scriver titled, "1861 Mail". The work of art features a Pony Express rider and is signed in the bronze limited number 99/100 circa 1991. Robert Macfie Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. This is a Lost Wax Bronze Casting and shows a walnut base. Sculpture measures overall 8" x 12.5" and is 14" tall. Bob Scriver bronzes have been valued at over $30,000-$50,000. He is believed to be "The Cowboy’s National Sculptor" and one of the finest Montana bronze artists of the 20th century.

151 - 14.2ct. Australian Fairy Sandstone Opal Cabochon This is an Australian Fairy Sandstone Matrix Opal cabochon. The opal was mined in the Outback of Australia. The piece shows fantastic diffraction with deep rich colors of blue, green, orange and red. The opal is in good condition. Previous wholesale price for this piece was $850. The cabochon measures .5" x 1.25" and weighs 14.2 carats.

152 - 76.1ct. Australian Fairy Sandstone Opal Cabochon This is an Australian Fairy Sandstone Matrix Opal cabochon. The opal was mined in the Outback of Australia. The piece shows fantastic diffraction with deep rich colors of blue, green, orange and red. The opal is in good condition. Previous wholesale price for this piece was $1480. The cabochon measures 1.5" x 1.5" and weighs 76.1 carats.

153 - 21ct. Australian Lightning Ridge Opal This is an Australian Lightning Ridge opal. The opal was mined in the Outback of Queensland in Australia. The opal shows great color and flash with deep, rich greens and blues. The opal shows good condition. It measures .25" x .5" x 1". The opal weighs 21 carats.

154 - Australian Lightning Ridge Fire Opal Pendants This is a collection of three Australian Lightning Ridge Fire opal pendants. Each pendant shows excellent color and flash with deep, rich colors of red, blue, purple and green. The pendants are in good condition. The largest one measures .75' x 1". Total weight of all three pieces is 89.9 carats.

155 - Persian Shirvan Wool Runner This finely woven Persian Shirvan wool runner is a impressively detailed runner. Shirvans are the most finely crafted of antique Caucasian rugs, using a wool warp and cotton weft. This allowed their weavers to create striking all-over patterns of intricately detailed, crisply drawn flowers, animals and polygonal motifs. Always retaining an overall aesthetic balance, the best Shirvans use some of the varied and creative of all oriental rug patterns. This runner shows good condition and shows little to no wear. It measures 163 1/4" L x 36 1/2" W

156 - Large Persian Bokhara Rug This lot features a large Persian Bokhara rug. Originating in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and central Asia, the Bokhara rug has a highly stylized pattern that repeats over entire surface of rug. This rug has many earth toned colors and a elegant pattern. The rug is in good condition for its age. Measures: 148 3/4" L x 104 1/4" W

157 - Pre-Historic American Midwest Indian Effigy Pipes The lot features three Pre-Historic pipe bowls. The collection of three shows two figural effigy carved pipes and one sandstone. Each is a fine, early example from the American Midwest. The pipe appears to show the early period correct drill and carved marks indicative of their early age. The three pipes are all pictured in the 2009 publication/book “The Mark Francis Collection of Indian Art” page 28 figure 38, 40, and 41. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and published. The largest pipe is 2 7/8"H x 6"L x 1.5"W. The smallest is 1.75"x1.25"x3.5".

158 - Apache Bow with Drawstring c. 19th Century This is an excellent 19th Century Apache Native American Indian Bow with original drawstring. The wood bow features a wrap of old original Indian tanned buckskin and lacing around the grip area. The piece also features the original sinew rawhide drawstring, a very rare original addition. The grip area is also accented by brass trade tacks along the center. The piece is in well-kept condition and displays very well. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece and has been authenticated. The bow measures 46.25" long.

159 - Antique Primitive Wooden Wash Tube This lot features an antique primitive wooden wash tube. The wash tube has a primitive wooden barrel design. The wash tube has a great wood grain. The tube is perfect for any western decor. the overall condition of the piece is good for its age. Measures: 33" W x 17" H x 25 1/2" D

160 - Brass Covered Decorative Wooden Chest This lot features a brass covered decorative wooden chest. The chest has a brass detailed scene with decorative edges on the front and top. The back and bottom of the chest is not brass covered. The overall condition of the piece is good for its age. Measurers: 18" H x 26" W x 17" D

161 - Apache Beaded Pipe Bag Early to Mid 20th Century This is a beaded Apache pipe bag made in the early to mid 20th century. The bag shows a beautifully beaded pictorial of a warrior in a headdress on horseback holding a spear. There is a traditional beaded design at the bottom of the bag with Chalk White, Sky Blue, Black, Red, and Yellow pony beads. The bag also features long twisted fringes. The bag is signed on the inside by the maker. The Apache pipe bag is in good condition. It measures 7.25" x 43".

162 - Arapaho Catlinite Pipe with Carved Stem c. 1890 This is an exceptional authentic original Arapaho Native American Indian catlinite pipestone pipe with carved wood stem. The pipe and stem date to circa 1890-1900. The wood stem shows a flat construction with an intricately carved linear pattern on both sides. The stem also shows a four-point carved morning star motif. The pipe also features a T-shaped bowl with an overall smooth patina and artful carved form. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and verified. This is an excellent representation of an early Arapaho piece and the circa late 19th century authentic piece shows exquisite craftsmanship. Truly a museum quality artifact.

163 - Crow Inlaid Pipe & Quilled Stem circa 1890 This is an excellent Crow Native American Indian inlaid catlinite pipe and quilled stem. The piece dates to the late 19th century. The pipe features a T-shaped bowl with a dark maroon coloration having patches of pink showing through and an artful inlaid silver pewter accent along three sections. The flat wood stem is exquisitely carved and shows traces of early mineral paint with a section or porcupine quillwork and old silk trade ribbons. The piece has been pictured in the 2009 publication/book “The Mark Francis Collection of American Indian Art” page 60 figure 104. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated, verified, and published. This is an excellent representation of an early Crow piece and the circa late 19th century authentic pipe shows exquisite craftsmanship. Truly a museum quality artifact. The stem measures 1.5" x 19" and the catlinite bowl measures 4.25" x 7.25".

164 - Blackfeet Indian Beaded Feather Headdress This is a Blackfoot Native American Indian beaded feather headdress. The headdress is handmade with dyed turkey feathers with ermine fur and features a wonderfully beaded headband and medallions on each side. The piece dates from the mid 1900's and shows good overall condition.

165 - 19th C. Lakota Sioux Beaded Sheath with Knife This is a 19th century Lakota Sioux Native American Indian beaded sheath with knife. The sheath is made from buffalo parfleche and features a wonderfully beaded design with Light Turquoise Blue, Cheyenne Pink, Opaque Navy Blue and Lavender seed beads. A series of silver jingle cones accents the fantastic beadwork across the front. The knife features a sawtooth blade with a wooden handle. Both the blade and handle are marked "N.P.S." believed to be for the National Park Service. The knife is in good overall condition. It shows minor delamination of the handle. The sheath is in good to very good condition with tight beadwork and no visible damage or bead loss. The sheath measures 3.25" x 9.75".

166 - Crow Indian Tacked Sheath w/ 19th C. Snake Knife This is a Crow Native American Indian tacked sheath with a 19th century Snake Brand skinner knife. The knife features a hardened steel blade that is marked with the snake over solid line while nearer to the handle is marked "Snake Brand *Sheffield*". The two piece wooden handle provides a sturdy grip. The knife shows good condition. It measures 12.75" with an 8" blade. The sheath is made from a semi rigid hide and features a hand tacked design with brass covered iron tacks. The sheath also shows good condition. It measures 4" x 12.5".

167 - Sioux Indian Quill Horsehair Tomahawk Drop This is a Sioux Native American Indian quill and horsehair tomahawk drop. The medallion is all hand pieced with a long tuft of horehair. A loop of hide is tied off at the top where it would hang from the tomahawk. The Sioux tomahawk drop is in good condition. It measures 2" wide and is 19" long overall.

168 - Plains Indian Beaded Hair Pipe Breast Plate This is a Plains Native American Indian beaded hair pipe breast plate. The breast plate is all handmade with leather, hair pipe beads, glass trade beads, and rawhide. It shows good overall condition. Age unknown. The breast plate measures 10" wide and 20" long.

169 - Northern Plains Indian Beaded Pipe Bag This is a Northern Plains Indian beaded pipe bag. The bag features a beautifully beaded design that extends from the front all the way around the back with bead colors that include Chalk White, Sky Blue, Pumpkin Yellow, Black, and Semi Transparent Red. The top edge of the bag is beaded as well. The bottom of the bag shows long fringes. The Northern Plains Indian pipe bag is in good condition. It measures 6.75" x 29".

170 - Pressed Paper Relief of Native American Elder This is an original pressed paper relief. The piece shows a Native American elder with a reflection of his past as he has recollections of a buffalo hunt. The piece has been signed by the artist and is marked "A/P" for Artist Proof. The piece shows good condition. It is contained within and acrylic display. The display measures 18.5" x 20.5".

171 - Large Montana Buffalo Skull This is a large Montana Buffalo skull. The skull has been prepared by a professional taxidermist and shows great color. The buffalo skull is in good condition. It measures 28.25" wide x 23".

172 - Black Bear Trophy Rug Taken in Colorado This is a large Black Bear mounted taxidermy rug taken in Colorado in the early 2000's. The rug shows good rich color with no visible fur loss and has been mounted to a felt backing. Large size. Some wear on jaw. All the impressive claws are present. Measures 67"W x 69"L.

173 - Navajo Sterling Silver & Turquoise Belt Buckle This is a Navajo sterling silver and turquoise belt buckle. The buckle is made from solid sterling silver with hand tooled accents and is set with 29 turquoise cabochons. The variety of turquoise includes Royston, Kingman, Blue Gem, Cripple Creek and Sleeping Beauty. The buckle is marked on the back "925 Swan Silver JMR". The Navajo belt buckle is in good condition. It measures 2.5" x 3".

174 - Pair Of Fallow Deer Hides This lot features a pair of fallow deer hides. The hides were prepared by a professional taxidermist. The hides are not experiencing shedding. Fallow deer have been introduced in parts of the United States. A small feral population exists on one barrier island in Georgia. Fallow deer have also been introduced in Texas. The piece is in good condition for its age. Measures: 62" L x 28" W and 40" W x 43" L

175 - Large Montana Timber Wolf Hide Skinned and Tanned This is a tanned Montana wolf hide. The hide has been prepared by a professional taxidermist. It shows great black, tan, white, and gray colors. The Montana wolf hide is in good condition. It measures 73" L x 61" W

176 - Smith & Wesson Handcuff Collection with Keys This lot includes two pairs of Smith & Wesson handcuffs with working keys. Each pair is marked with the Smith & Wesson logo and "M-100" (Model 100). These are double locking handcuffs and come with working keys. The handcuffs are in good condition and work well. Each pair measures 3" x 8.75".

177 - Koken Barber Chair Round Seat c. 1930 RARE This is an excellent original Koken Companies St. Louis Barber Chair from circa 1930. Today, the Koken barber chairs are the most sought after and valuable examples for their excellent craftsmanship, sturdy construction, and exquisite finishes. This example shows a white enameled steel construction with fancy nickel plated iron accents. The piece shows the rare round bottom seat and is in all original authentic condition. The foot plate and rest both show the original filigree style engraving and cutout accents and are marked, “Koken Companies St. Louis USA Patented.” This model of chair by Koken was the first to successfully integrate the hydraulic lift. This technology made it convenient for the barber to lift the chair up or bring it down when needed (a groundbreaking idea during the early 1900’s). Provenance: The piece was displayed at the Tonsorial Parlor Barber Shop in Downtown Bozeman, Montana since 1972 and has been in the private collection for many years before the shops opening. The chair has the original high chair piece for when small children came in for a haircut. The leather shows good condition with wear. The piece is fully functional and in good overall condition, it does show use. It measures 47 1/2" H x 42" L. Excellent very rare early piece. Some examples of the same model have sold at auction for $7,000 to $10,000 in varying conditions.

178 - Belmont BB-225 Elegance Barber Chair The Elegance Barber Chair by Belmont offers the perfect combination of quality, style and comfort. Nothing says "main street barber" like the Elegance barber chair. Cast aluminum body, towel bar and clipper hook complete the old-time look. This is a great quality barber chair. This chair comes from a Bozeman, Mt Barber shop that was in business since 1972. The chair is in good overall condition, it does show some cracks in the vinyl seat. Does work. It measures Width: 25" Depth: 37" Height: 41"

179 - Northern Plains Buffalo Rawhide Drum The lot features a Northern Plains Native American Indian double sided stretched rawhide trade drum. The piece features stretched Great American Bison Buffalo rawhide on both sides with rawhide sinew ties over a carved wood frame. The piece shows good condition. The piece is very well made with a rich deep sound. Believed to be from circa 1940-1960's. Has side rawhide handle. Measures 17" in diameter and is 23" tall.

180 - J.G. McAlister Inc. Baby Keg-Lite Studio Light This lot features an J.G. McAlister Inc. Baby Keg-Lite Studio light. The is on a rolling base and still functions. This light was produce in the 1940's. The piece has been fitted with modern electrical plug and cord however the inner works of the light appear to be original, as well as everything else except for a piece that connects the lamp to the stand. The overall condition of the piece is good for its age. Measures: 64 1/2" H x 32" W

181 - 97cts. Australian Boulder Opal Collection This is a collection of Australian Boulder Opals. These opals were mined in the Outback of Queensland in Australia. Each one shows great diffraction with deep, rich color. They are all in good condition. The largest measures .75" x 1". Total weight of all three is 97 carats.

182 - Dave Yellowhorse Navajo Custom Wolf Buck Knife This is a Buck Custom fixed blade knife made by Navajo artist Dave Yellowhorse. This knife shows the Wolf inlaid in brass on each side of the handle. In addition, there is a fantastic mosaic made with Blue Gem and Morenci Turquoise. The knife comes in the original wood box. The knife measures 8" with a 3.5" blade.

183 - Antique Bronze Cherub Kerosene Table Lamp This is an antique bronze kerosene table lamp with glass shade. The lamp features two lovely cherubs on a decorative base. The top shows a brass trim ring for the glass shade to sit on. The shade has a beautiful hand painted rose motif. The antique kerosene lamp is in good condition. It measures 18" in diameter and is 35.75" tall.

184 - Western Oil on Canvas Painting by R. Martin This is an original oil on canvas painting by R. Martin. The painting shows a Western landscape with cowboys roping a lone steer. The Southwest terrain of the painting is portrayed remarkably by the artist in this piece. The painting has been signed by the artist in the lower right corner. The painting was previously in a high end Wyoming collection. It shows good overall condition. The frame measures 25.75" x 29.75".

185 - Robert Meyers Original Oil on Canvas Painting This is an original oil on canvas painting by Robert Meyers. Bob Meyers was a commercial illustrator early in his career with his works being published in the Saturday Evening Post, True and Argosy. Meyers was inducted into the Cowboy Artists of America in 1970, however, he was tragically killed by a neighbor in a dispute later that year. This painting is titled "Roping a Cow" and shows a cowboy roping a steer in midstream. The painting shows fantastic detail and realism. It is in good condition. The frame measures 28" x 38".

186 - Curtis & Moon Photograph Book circa 1880-1910 This is a very unique piece that includes 19 images of early Old West Cowboys and Native American Indians. This is believed to be a Curtis and Moon salesman samples book that includes images of such great iconic pieces of Western history as: Red Shirt, Chief Joseph Stevens, Little Big Man, Crow Dog (Murdered Spotted Tail), Kicking Bird, Lone Wolf Northern Cheyenne, Two Moons, Chief Dull Knife, Apache, Sitting Bulls Nephew One Bull, Shatala, Hopi Woman, Black Cowboy in white whooly chaps, Burial of an Indian Affairs agent, Possibly Tom Horn. This book is from 1880-1910. The cover shows much wear with the binding being held on with tape. Overall a great piece. The book measures 4.75"x6" and 2" thick. The age of the images are unknown. The age and originality of the images is unknown. Review the pictures for condition and description correctness. No Returns.

187 - Mahogany Wood Desk With Metal Fittings This lot features a mahogany wood desk with metal fittings. The style of this piece was common place in the 1800s. The piece has a excellent wood grain and has four wooden draws. It is believe to be made form mahogany. The piece is in good condition for its age. Measures: 30" H x 40" W x 17" D

188 - Gucci Monogram Purse & Horse Bit Wallet This is an original authentic Gucci Accessory Collection Made in Italy purse and wallet set. Both pieces have a match GG monogrammed design in champagne and brown coloring with a green and red center stripe. The wallet has a horse bit clasp. Both are marked Gucci and are in overall solid good condition with no major flaws on the outside. The inside of the purse shows some pen marks around the bottom. Wallet is 6 3/8"x4 3/8". Purse is 11 3/8"x5" and 9"H (14"H with the handles or straps).

189 - Mahogany Traditional Round Parlor Table This lot features a mahogany traditional round parlor table. The table has a round spindle leg of mahogany which follows into a cast iron base. The table top has a striking wood grain with only little signs of wear. The overall condition of the table is good for its age. Measures: 30" H x 32" Diameter

190 - Custom Magazine Box Stand This lot features a custom built magazine box. The box has a hand painted floral design with brass hinges. The paint on the piece is beginning to wear. The overall condition of the piece is good for its age. Measures: 34" H x 13" D x 17" W

191 - 1920's Montana Leather Batwing Ranch Chaps This is a pair of batwing chaps from a Montana ranch collection made in the 1920's. The chaps have a brass tacked border on each side with silver conchos. The waistband has a hand tooled basket weave design. The Montana chaps are in good overall condition with moderate wear. They measure 35" long.

192 - 1950's Montana Rodeo Batwing Chaps & Silver Buckle This is a pair of Montana made batwing rodeo chaps from the 1950's. The chaps feature a sterling silver ranger buckle set. The buckle is marked "Sterling" and shows a horseshoe design on the buckle. The chaps are in good condition. They measure 41" long.

193 - Antique 1800's Steamboat Ship's Wheel This is an antique steamboat ship's wheel from the 1800's. This piece came from a private South Dakota collection and was used on a riverboat on the Missouri River. The wheel is made from solid wood and iron. It shows good condition. The wheel measures 34" in diameter and is 2.5" thick.

194 - Set of 6 Red Wing Spongeware Nesting Mixing Bowls This is a set of six Red Wing nesting mixing bowls. included are the 5", 6", 7", 8", 9" and 10". Each bowl features the wonderful Spongeware design. The bowls are in good to very good condition. The 10" bowl has a minor chip on the base.

195 - Antique Atlas Collection This is a collection of three atlases. Included is "Geologic Atlas of the United States Paw-Paw Hancock Folio Maryland West Virginia Pennsylvania", "Geologic Atlas of the United States Patuxent Folio Maryland District of Columbia", and a township atlas of North Dakota circa 1905. All three atlases are in good overall condition. The two larger pieces measure 18.75" x 21.5".

196 - Eastern Woodlands Indian Ball Head War Club c1850 This is an excellent authentic Eastern Woodlands Native American Indian Ball Head War Club from circa 1850-1870. The mid-19th century weapon has been carved from one piece of root burl wood and shows exceptional craftsmanship. The war club shows traces of mineral yellow ochre and black paint on the ball head. The haft is adorned with brass trade tacked designs and has a pierced hole below the gripping section. The pierced hole most likely held a beaded drop with feathers or a hide wrist thong at one time. The brass tacked design is most likely the signature from the Indian Warrior. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and is truly a museum quality important Indian Wars mid-19th century weapon. Measures 21"L x 6.75"W x 3 1/8"D.

197 - Cheyenne Skull Cracker War Club 19th C. Cheyenne Skull Cracker War Club 19th C.

198 - Southeast Iowa Native American Stone Axe Heads This is a pair of Native American made stone axe heads from Southeast Iowa. Each piece shows a wide groove for attaching to a wooden handle with rawhide. The axe heads came from a private Iowa collection. They are both in good overall condition. The larger piece measures 3" x 3.25" x 5.25".

199 - Early 1900's Northern Plains Indian Rattle This is a Northern Plains Indian rattle from the early 1900's. The rattle is made from wood wrapped with hide and is hand beaded using black and white pony beads. The end of the rattle is strung with deer hooves and silver jingle cones. The Northern Plains rattle is in good condition. It measures 12.5" long.

200 - Blacksmith Forged Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk This is an excellent blacksmith forged spontoon pipe tomahawk and stand. A spontoon Pipe Tomahawk of this style would have been traded to the 19th century Native American Indian tribes and are of high demand (tribes such as the Sioux, Cherokee, Blackfeet, Great Lakes, Ojibwa, Northern Plains, & more). The spontoon is hand forged and shows outstanding workmanship with a multi sided bowl and chevron accents. The haft is a beautiful striped wood and features a cap and mouthpiece carved from walrus ivory. The ivory was acquired in the early 1900's and complies with all federal regulation. Attached to the haft is a strand of trade beads strung with sinew. A custom stand has also been made for this piece. The stand and spontoon are both similarly signed by the maker. The spontoon pipe tomahawk is in very good condition. It measures 9.25" x 23.75". The piece shows excellent craftsmanship and quality. The age of the piece is unknown, but shows early craftsmanship styling.

201 - 99cts. Australian Boulder Opal Collection This is a collection of Australian Boulder Opals. These opals were mined in the Outback of Queensland in Australia. Each one shows great diffraction with deep, rich color. They are all in good condition. The largest measures .75" x 1.25". Total weight of all three is 99 carats.

202 - CFK Exotic Camel Bone Buffalo Horn Knife This is a hand crafted custom knife from CFK Cutlery Company. The knife has an excellent hand forged folded 512 Layer Twist (1095HC/15N20) polished Damascus Steel blade with a fitted beautiful exotic Camel bone with inlaid buffalo horn handle set. The knife and sheath are both all hand custom made in the USA. Rare unmarked blade in a unique one of a kind style. Genuine Leather Sheath. The knife is in excellent brand new condition. The knife measures 8.75" with a 4" blade.

203 - Long Island Railroad Conductor Hat This is an original conductor hat from the Long Island Railroad. The hat features a badge that is marked "L.I.R.R. Conductor". The hat shows good condition. It is size 7 5/8.

204 - U.S. Navy G-1 Leather Pilot's Jacket This is a U.S. Navy G-1 leather pilot's jacket. The jacket features a goatskin leather exterior and is marked "Jacket, Flyer's, Intermediate, Type G-1 Mil- J-7823E Cooper Sportswear Mfg. Co. Inc.". The Navy pilot's jacket is in good condition. It is size 44.

205 - WWI Cavalry Soldier Framed Photograph This is an original photograph of a WWI cavalry soldier. The photograph is hand tinted and shows the soldier in his uniform and campaign hat. The frame shows a carved eagle with shield at the top with an American flag on the sides. The WWI cavalry photograph and frame are in good condition. The frame measures 18.75" x 24.75".

206 - 1857 Life of George Washington by Irving This is an 1857 publication of "Life of George Washington" by Washington Irving. This lot includes volumes 1-5. Each volume is bound in leather with marbled cover and stamped gilt spine. The books provide a comprehensive biography of the first President of the United States. They are all in good condition with minor shelf wear. Each book measures 5.25" x 7.25".

207 - Central Plains Indian Beaded Awl Cases c. 1890 (2) The lot features two original authentic Central Plains Native American Indian Beaded Awl Cases from circa 1890. Both cases show an Indian tanned hide construction with excellent glass trade seed beadwork. The beadwork shows lavender, semi-transparent amber, semi-transparent blue, green chalk white, sky blue, and semi-transparent red. Neither shows the original awl present, but both are wonderful original examples from circa 1890. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and is truly a museum quality artifacts. Larger Awl case measures 8.5"L with flap down and 12.5"L with flap open. Smaller awl case is 5.75"L.

207a - Central Plains Indian Beaded Tomahawk Drop c. 1890 This is an original authentic Central Plains Native American Indian Beaded Tomahawk War Club Drop Wrist Throng from circa 1890. The excellent example shows an Indian tanned hide construction with wonderful glass trade seed beadwork across the entire front. The beautiful piece would have been attached to a period War Club or Tomahawk at the pierced section to be used as a wrist throng or drop. The beadwork shows such rare colors as chalk white, semi-transparent blue, semi-transparent red, and green. The piece shows a unique snake like scalloped edge design and is in very well preserved fine condition. The drop also shows a repeating cross like design. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and is truly a museum quality artifact. Beaded area measures 11.25"L and overall is 20"L x 2 3/8"W.

208 - Plains Indian Chief's Engraved Pipe Tomahawk c1890 This is an original authentic Plains Native American Indian Engraved Pipe Tomahawk from circa 1890-1900. This true Indian Wars to Reservation period weapon shows a rare style of forged blade with a stipple engraved figure of an Indian Warrior or Chief in Headdress holding a tomahawk. The long tapering wood haft has old original hot file branding accents and pewter inlaid bands. The haft also shows a jointed pewter smoking top and brass trade tacks. The piece also shows a hole where a beaded drop or hide wrist throng would have originally attached. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and is truly a museum quality important artifact. The top and bottom of the wood haft shows exquisite pewter inlay with a double storm or diamond pattern. Measure 26"L x 10.75"L with a 3.5"W blade. Bowl is 5/8" opening.

209 - Excellent 19th Century Replica Toggling Harpoons This pair of toggling harpoons are a excellent recreation of actual harpoons used during the 19th century. The harpoons have what is called a toggling head that would not allow spear to fall out once it was in the whale. The two harpoons are of different lengths and feature a wood and metal construction with rope wrapped tightly around. The pieces are in good condition. They measure 72 3/4" L x 2 1/2" W and 48 3/4" L x 2 1/2" L

210 - Vintage Pair Of Leather & Wood Snowshoes This lot features a vintage pair of snowshoes. The webbing is constructed of leather as well as the straps. The pair have a large tear design. Great for cabin decor. The pair is marked with "C. Hale 12 x 34." The overall condition of the pieces is good. Measures: 12 1/4" W x 34" L

211 - Idaho Custom Damascus & Scrimshaw Knife This is a custom made Damascus steel and scrimshaw knife. The knife was made by a renowned Idaho knife maker. The blade shows the layered Damascus steel known for its strength and durability. The handle is made from bone and features a scrimshawed image of a wild boar. The knife comes with a leather scabbard. The knife is in good condition. It measures 10" with a 5.25" blade.

211a - Idaho Custom Damascus & Ram Horn Knife This is a custom made Damascus steel and ram horn knife. The knife has the layered Damascus steel forged blade known for its strength and durability. The handle is made from ram horn with buffalo horn inlay. The knife was made by a renowned Idaho knife maker and comes with a leather scabbard. The knife is in good condition. It measures 10" with a 4.5" blade.

212 - Early 1900's Blackstone Cigar Porcelain Sign This is an original Blackstone Cigar advertising sign from the early 1900's. The sign is single sided with a porcelain enamel finish. The sign reads "Waitt & Bond Blackstone Smoked from Coast to Coast". The Blackstone sign is in good overall condition with some chipping to the porcelain as shown. The sign measures 11.75" x 35.5".

213 - Antique Ship Captain's Writing Desk This is an antique ship captain's writing desk. The desk features a burl wood veneered exterior with brass corner accents. The inside has a velvet lined writing surface that lifts up to reveal compartments underneath. The writing desk is in good overall condition with minor cracks due to wood shrinkage. The desk measures 11.75" x 17.75" and is 5.5" tall.

214 - Juniper Table Lamp with Montana Agate Shade This is a juniper table lamp that features a custom Montana agate shade. The base shows a uniquely crafted juniper wood. The shade was custom made for the lamp using selected Montana agate. The shade shows wonderful workmanship and detail. The lamp and shade are in good condition. The piece measures 17" x 17" and is 28" tall.

215 - 1918 Forest Service Atlas of Blackfeet Montana This is a 1918 Forest Service atlas of the Blackfeet area in Montana. Included in the folio are 24 maps of Northwest Montana National Forest land including Flathead Lake, Kalispell and Whitefish. The maps are in good overall condition. Each one measures 18" x 21".

215a - 1916 Forest Service Atlas of Flathead Montana This is a 1916 Forest Service atlas of the Flathead area of Montana. There are 26 maps of Northwest Montana including Kalispell, Flathead Lake and Glacier National Park. All the maps are in good overall condition. They measure 18" x 21".

216 - 1855 Utah Territory Railroad Survey Map This is an original 1855 Utah Territory railroad survey map. This map was created as a result of the explorations and surveys conducted by the War Department from 1853-1855. The purpose of the surveys was to determine the best route for the railroads to establish between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean. This map is marked "No. 1 From the Valley of Green River to the Great Salt Lake". The map shows much of what is now Northeastern Utah. The map is in good overall condition showing wear along the folds and discoloration consistent with its age. The map measures 19.75" x 22.5".

216a - 1855 Utah Territory Railroad Survey Map This is an original 1855 Utah Territory railroad survey map. This map was created as a result of the explorations and surveys conducted by the War Department from 1853-1855. The purpose of the surveys was to determine the best route for the railroads to establish between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean. This map is marked "No. 2 From Great Salt Lake to the Humboldt Mountains". The map shows much of what is now Northern Utah. The map is in good overall condition showing wear along the folds and discoloration consistent with its age. It measures 19.75" x 22.5".

216b - 1855 Utah Territory Railroad Survey Map This is an original 1855 Utah Territory railroad survey map. This map was created as a result of the explorations and surveys conducted by the War Department from 1853-1855. The purpose of the surveys was to determine the best route for the railroads to establish between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean. This map is marked "No. 3 From the Santan Fe Crossing to the Coo-Che-To-Pa Pass". The map shows much of what is now Central Colorado. The map is in good overall condition showing wear along the folds and discoloration consistent with its age. The map measures 25" x 33.5".

216c - 1855 Utah Territory Railroad Survey Map This is an original 1855 Utah Territory railroad survey map. This map was created as a result of the explorations and surveys conducted by the War Department from 1853-1855. The purpose of the surveys was to determine the best route for the railroads to establish between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean. This map is marked "No. 4 From the Coo-Che-To-Pa Pass to the Wahsatch Mountains". The map shows much of what is now Colorado and Utah. The map is in good overall condition showing wear along the folds and discoloration consistent with its age. The map measures 25.75" x 33.25".

217 - Bev Doolittle Sacred Ground Limited Edition Print This is a Bev Dolittle limited edition print titled "Sacred Ground". The piece shows a mountain man on horseback riding through land considered sacred by Native Americans. The print is a limited edition and is numbered 38302/69996. In addition, it has been signed by the artist. The print has been matted for future framing. It measures 15" x 42.25".

217a - Bev Doolittle Hide and Seek Limited Edition Print This is a Bev Doolittle print titled "Hide and Seek". In this print, the artist has blended the images of the paint horses in with the background to create a visually stimulating piece of artwork. The print is a limited edition and is numbered 6825/25000. It has also been signed by the artist. The print measures 26.5" x 32.25".

218 - 1945 Great Northern Railway Calendar This is an original 1945 calendar from the Great Northern Railway. The calendar features the artwork of Winold Reiss who is well known for his artwork of the Blackfeet Indians. This piece shows Blackfeet Indian Chief "Wades-In-The-Water". The calendar shows good condition and appears to be complete with all 12 months. The calendar has been professionally framed in solid oak. The frame measures 18" x 35.25".

218a - 1946 Great Northern Railway Calendar This is an original Great Northern Railway calendar from 1946. The calendar features the art of Winold Reiss who is well known for his artwork of the Blackfeet Indians. This piece shows "Dancing Boy", a Blackfeet Indian. The calendar is in good condition and appears to be complete. The calendar has been professionally framed in solid oak. The frame measures 17.25" x 34.75".

218b - 1949 Great Northern Railway Calendar This is an original Great Northern Railway calendar from 1949. The calendar features the art of Winold Reiss who is well known for his artwork of the Blackfeet Indians. This piece shows "Bird Sings Different", a Blackfeet Indian. The calendar is in fair condition with some damage as shown. The piece measures 16 x 38".

218c - 1951 Great Northern Railway Calendar This is an original Great Northern Railway calendar from 1949. The calendar features the art of Winold Reiss who is well known for his artwork of the Blackfeet Indians. This piece shows "Angry Bull", a Blackfeet Indian. The calendar is in good overall condition with some damage as shown. The piece measures 16 x 38".

219 - U.S. Military Instrument Collection 1914-1945 This is a collection of U.S. military instruments from WWI to WWII. Included are several compasses, a pair of Chevalier binoculars, an engineer's sight and two leather cases. They are all in good overall condition. The binoculars measure 4.75" x 6.75".

220 - Oz Adventures Hardcover Book Collection 1st Ed. This is a collection of three Oz hardcover books. Included is "Pirates in Oz" by Ruth Plumly Thompson, published in 1931 with dust jacket; "The Scalawagons of Oz" by John R. Neill, published in 1941 with dust jacket; and "Ojo in Oz" by Ruth Plumly Thompson, published in 1933 with dust jacket. Each of the books is founded on the original "Wizard of Oz" by L. Frank Baum. All three books are in good condition. Each one measures 6.75" x 9.25".

221 - The Right to Bear Arms by Jamie Walters This is "The Right to Bear Arms" by Jamie Walters. The image shows a Savage Model 99 lever action rifle and reads "The Right / Bear Arms". The image is printed on Baltic Birch and is set in a handmade wooden frame. The print is a limited edition and is numbered 1/25. The piece shows good overall condition. The frame measures 25.75" x 44"

222 - Gold Encased Ancient Coin Pendant This is a gold encased ancient coin pendant. The obverse of the ancient coin shows a figure on horseback. The coin is surrounded by the gold setting which has been tested as gold but not for content. The pendant is in good condition. It measures .875" in diameter.

223 - Montana Large Indian Beaver Pelt Stretched to Hoop The lot features a Montana taken Beaver Pelt stretched to a Willow hoop and having a wool, antler, and feather fringe pieces. The Indian pelt shows good condition and is an impressive piece. A great decor piece. Measures 46" H x 31" W

224 - Montana Tanned Shorthorn Steer Hide This is a Montana large steer or cowhide rug. The piece has been tanned and is in good condition. This has a great coloring and shows the original brand. Measures 65" L x 58" W

225 - Genuine Giraffe Hide This lot features a Giraffe hide. Good color pattern, as all giraffe patterns are unique to the individual animal. There are some rough edges on hide, which appear to have been there before it was cured. Hide is in overall good condition. Hard to find as giraffes are no longer hunted, and most are obtained due to the natural death of a giraffe. It measures 36" wide and 96" long overall.

226 - E.S. Curtis Native American Print Collection This is a collection of six photo prints by E.S. Curtis. Included are "Antelope and Snakes at Oraibi", "A Nakoaktok Chief's Daughter", "Zuni Girls at the River", "Canoe of Tules-Pomo", "As it Was in the Old Days", and "The Storm-Apache". All the prints have been shrink wrapped. The largest measures 14.5" x 17.5".

227 - E.S. Curtis Native American Print Collection This is a collection of five E.S. Curtis photo prints. Included are "On the Little Bighorn-Apsaroke", "Assiniboin Mother and Child", "Assiniboin Hunter", "The Old Cheyenne", and "Cheyenne Girl". All the prints are in good condition and have been shrink wrapped for display. The largest one measures 14.5" x 17.5".

228 - Zuni Sterling Silver Bear Mosaic Necklace This is a Zuni sterling silver bear mosaic necklace. The pendant features a fabulous mosaic inlaid with onyx, lapis, malachite, turquoise, mother of pearl and coral all set in sterling silver. The back of the pendant is signed "Ohmsatte". The pendant comes with a sterling silver necklace that is marked "925". The Zuni necklace is in good condition. The pendant measures 2.5" x 3.25" and the necklace measures 18" long.

229 - Isabel Pena San Ildefonso Black on Black Pot This is an original San Ildefonso Black on Black pot made by Isabel Pena in the late 19th to early 20th Century. She was Maria Martinez's aunt and mentor in the San Ildefonso Pueblo in New Mexico. The pot shows a wonderful decorative band near the top that extends all the way around . The piece shows good overall condition with moderate wear near the top. The bottom of the pot has been signed by the artist. The pot measures 6.5" in diameter and is 5.5" tall.

230 - Ancient Mayan Old Man Figure w/ COA This is an ancient Mayan old man figure from Guatemala. The piece is carved from solid stone and shows the likeness of an old man. The artifact has been examined by James Bennett of Bennett's Artifact Authentication and found to be an authentic ancient artifact. A certificate of authentication accompanies the piece. The Mayan stone artifact is in good overall condition. It measures 2.75" x 3.5".

231 - Ron Herron Civil War Bronze Sculpture Montana This is an original Civil War inspired bronze sculpture by Montana artist Ron Herron. The sculpture is titled "The Blue and The Gray" and depicts a Union and Confederate soldier on horseback. The bronze has been signed by the artist and is numbered 3/10. The piece shows good condition. It measures 7" x 8" and is 7" tall.

231a - Ron Herron Original Bronze Buffalo Skull Sculpture This is an original bronze sculpture by Montana artist Ron Herron. The sculpture shows a buffalo skull with an Indian warrior hunting a buffalo. The piece is not titled but is said to have been inspired by Charles Russell's works. It has been signed by the artist and is numbered 2/10. The bronze sculpture is in good condition. It measures 6.5" x 8.75" and is 7" tall.

231b - Waterfowl Bronze By Mike Capser Billings Montana This lot features a waterfowl bronze by Mike Capser. The bronze depicts two ducks as they glide down to a pond. The bronze is by Montana artist Mike Capser. The bronze is part of a limited collection of 35 of which it is number 5. The bronze makes a excellent display piece. The piece is in good condition for its age. Measures: 10" H x 10" W x 7" D. The bronze was previously valued at over $1500.

232 - Laws of the United States Vol. 2 c. 1795 This is Volume 2 of "Laws of the United States" from circa 1795. The book is bound is leather and provides published documentation of very early laws and acts of Congress for the newly formed nation including an original printing of the Second Amendment. The book is in good overall condition for its age. The spine and binding has been taped as shown The book measures 5.5" x 8.5".

233 - Tell it All A Woman's Life in Polygamy 1st Edition This is a first edition of "Tell it All: A Woman's Life in Polygamy" by Mrs. T.B.H. Stenhouse. The book was published in 1875. The book is an autobiography and the author was the wife of a Mormon missionary and elder. The book is bound in leather and shows good overall condition. It measures 6" x 8.75".

234 - N Scale Model Railroad Collection This is a large collection of N Scale model trains. Included are numerous cars, locomotives, track, switches and buildings made by Bachmann, Atlas, MRC, Lima, etc. All the pieces are in good condition.

235 - Chinese Bronze Razors Zhou Dynasty 684BC-22AD This is a pair of Chinese bronze razors. The razors are from the Zhou Dynasty circa 684BC to 22AD. They have a deep rich green patina and show good overall condition. Each one measures 5.5" long.

236 - Antique Valentine's Day and Leap Year Postcards This is a collection of antique Valentine's Day and Leap Year postcards from the early 1900's. There are 158 Valentine's Day postcards and 18 Leap Year postcards. Many of the postcards feature gilt lettering and applied silk with fantastic graphics. The postcards show good condition.

236a - Early 1900's New Year Postcard Collection This is a collection of New Year postcards from the early 1900's. The collection includes 108 different postcards. Many of them shows gilt lettering and graphics with a wide variety of subject matter including clocks, pigs, automobiles, children, angels and more. An exciting assortment and a great addition to any collection. Each postcard shows good or better condition.

237 - De Voss Dannish Mid Century Design Arm Chair This mid century designed Dannish De Voss armchair shows a great working design. The chair features a attractively stained wood and coffee brown fabric design. The design gives a comfortable and supportive place to sit. The chair adds a quiet elegance to a room, making it a great decor piece. The chair is in good condition. It measures 24" W x 25" D x 32 1/2" H

238 - Hopi Sterling Silver Kachina Necklace This is a Hopi sterling silver kachina necklace. The necklace features the kachina pendant believed to be made from sterling silver but not tested. The necklace shows beads made from horn. The Hopi necklace is in good condition. The pendant measures 1.25" x 2" and the necklace is 17.75" long.

239 - Antique 1800's Hemingray Muncie Glass Insulator This is an antique Hemingray Muncie glass insulator from the late 1800's. The insulator is a 2 piece and comes with the original wooden peg. The insulator is marked Hemingray Muncie Type Patent 1893". The insulator is in good overall condition. The piece measures 9" in diameter and is 12" tall.

240 - Forensic Investigator Evidence Kit Collection This is a collection of forensic investigation equipment. This collection came from the estate of a retired law enforcement officer. Included are components for collecting evidence such as fingerprints, gunshot residue, chemical analysis, etc. The collection shows good overall condition. The large case measures 8.5" x 17" x 23".

241 - Antique Wooden Rush Park Seed Co. Box This is an antique wooden box from the Rush Park Seed Company. The box is made from solid wood and features the original labels on the outside and underside of the lid. The seed box is in good condition. It measures 16" x 31" and is 5.5" tall.

242 - Kit Carson Book Collection This is a pair of books about men who served with Kit Carson in the 1800's. Included is "Life Explorations and Public Services of John Charles Fremont" by Charles Wentworth Upham. The book was published 1856 and provides a biographical account of Fremont who once served as a scout for Carson. The second book is "Wild Life in the Far West; Personal Adventures of a Border Mountain Man" by Captain James Hobbs. The book was published in 1873 and tells the adventures of Hobbs who was a hunter and trapper that spent a number of years with Kit Carson. Both books are in good overall condition. The larger book measures 6" x 8.5".

242a - Kit Carson Adventures Book Collection This is a pair of books chronicling the adventures of Kit Carson in the early to mid 1800's. The first book is titled "Overland with Kit Carson" by George Douglas Brewerton, hardcover published in 1930. The book contains a map and several illustrations. The second book is titled "Pioneer Life and Frontier Adventure" by Dewitt C. Peters, hardcover published in 1884. This book contains many illustrations as well. Both books are in good condition. Each one measures 6.75" x 8.75".

243 - 1885 Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant First Edition This is a first edition 1885 set of “Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant” Volume I & Volume II. The piece was published in 1885-1886 by Charles L. Webster & Company New York. The piece shows green clothe covers with choice, bold gold stamped lettering and seal. The book is a fascinating read with a rare fold-out of the terms of surrender given to Robert E. Lee. Volume I shows an excellent etching of Grant as a young soldier with Volume II having a portrait of the more known image of President U.S. Grant. These memoirs were written from the fall of 1884 and completed four days before his death July 23, 1885. The set was published by Grant’s friend, Samuel Clemmons (Mark Twain) under the alias of his nephew, Charles L. Webster. This is a wonderful excellent quality set and a must own for any Civil War enthusiast. Cover shows some slight wear, but overall a very rare and desirable well preserved set. Volume I, after the title page, has what appears to be a hand written note by Grant, possibly etching or print. Together these measures 6.5"x9 3/8" and each is 1.75" thick.

244 - Colt Firearms Book Collection This is a collection of five Colt Firearms books. Included is "The Peacemaker and its Rivals" by John E. Parsons, published in 1950 hardcover w/ dust jacket; "Colt's Variations of the Old Model Pocket Pistol 1848 to 1872" by P.L. Shumaker, published in 1957, hardcover with dust jacket; "The Colt Whitneyville-Walker Pistol" by Lt. Col. Robert D. Whittington, III, published in 1984, hardcover with dust jacket; and "The Colt Double Action Revolvers: A Shop Manual Vols. I & II" by Jerry Kuhnhausen, published in 1988 and 1990, soft cover. All five books are in good overall condition. Each book measures 6.25" x 9.25".

244a - Boys' Single Shot Rifles by James J. Grant This is "Boys' Single Shot Rifles" by James J. Grant. The book was published in 1967 and features over 300 photographs, illustrations and figures. Various makes of rifles are represented in this book including Stevens, Hamilton, Winchester, Quackenbush, Mossberg, Remington, etc. The book shows good overall condition with the original dust jacket. The book measures 6.5" x 9.5".

245 - Butte Above and Below Ground by Harry C. Freeman This is "Butte Above and Below Ground" by Harry C. Freeman. The book was published in 1900 and gives a brief history of mines and mining in the Butte area up to the turn of the century. The book is in good overall condition. It measures 8.5" x 11.5".

246 - Persian Kazak Runner Rug This Persian Kazak Wool runner has vibrant colors and a stunning motifs. It show a fine details that Persian Kazaks are known for. Qazak is a city in Northwest Azerbaijan but Kazak rugs are traditionally woven in Afghanistan and Armenia. The runner is in good condition for its age. Measures: 112" L x 29 1/2" W

247 - Custom Oak And Wicker Carved Rocking Chair This is a hand crafted excellent quality oak and wicker rocking chair. The tasteful floral and leaf carvings on the chair add a appealing look. The cane seat and back show little to no wear. This is a excellent functional decor piece. The condition of the piece is good. It measures 41 3/4" H x 40" L x 22 1/2" W. It does show several professional repairs.

248 - Early American Painted Primitive Chest c.1881 This lot features a early primitive painted chest. This chest shows great workmanship, with a dovetailed construction and hand forged furniture. The chest has its own lock and key. The interior is decorated with wall paper and has a small cubby with a lid. These chests were common is the American west for traveling on stagecoach. This chest is in good condition for its age, showing some wear. It measures 36" W x 19 1/2" D x 18" H

249 - Antique Pair Of Horse Sleigh Runners This lot features an antique pair of horse sleigh runners. The runners are part wood and cast iron. Perfect for decor. Runners, such as these where used to adapt horse drawn carriages for winter conditions. The overall condition is good for its age. Measures: 36" L x 171/2" H x 8" D

250 - Antique Set Of Horse Sleigh Runners This lot features an antique set of horse sleigh runners. The runners are part wood and cast iron. Perfect for decor. Runners, such as these where used to adapt horse drawn carriages for winter conditions. The overall condition is good for its age. Measures: 42" L x 15" H x 10" D

251 - WWII U.S. M1 Steel Helmet w/ Fixed Bale This is an original U.S. M1 steel helmet with fixed bale loops from WWII. The helmet shows the iconic olive drab color and features the fixed bale loops. The helmet also has the stainless steel rim. This piece was manufactured between July 1941 to October 1943. The helmet is in good condition. There is a small crack in the front as shown. Helmet measures 9.25" x 11".

252 - U.S. WWII M1 Helmet with Shrapnel Damage This is an original U.S. M1 helmet from WWII. The helmet shows shrapnel damage from entry on one side and exiting on the other side. Included with the helmet are several pieces of shrapnel from a tank that was collected and brought home by a soldier in the war. The helmet shows fair condition. It measures 9.5" x 11".

253 - U.S. M1 Steel Helmet w/ Liner Field Painted This is an original U.S. M1 steel helmet with liner. The helmet was made in 1951 band shows flexible bale loops. The helmet was painted in the field with a yellow stripe that extends from the front to the back. The helmet is in good condition. It measures 9.5" x 11".

254 - U.S. M1 Paratrooper Helmet This is a U.S. M1 Paratrooper helmet. The helmet is marked under the front rim as shown. The helmet has the three flexible bale loops for the chinstrap which is made from canvas and leather. It also has the stainless steel rim. The paratrooper helmet is in good condition. It measures 9.5" x 11".

254a - Excellent Original Carved Wood Horse Sculpture This is an original work of art hand carved Western Horse head sculpture. The piece shows some age and is all hand carved. The piece could have been used as a trade sign or store display. It is constructed of a solid piece of wood beautiful carved into a life size horse head with excellent detail. The piece shows a metal frame for display. One of the finest horse head profile carvings available. This rare and unique piece is in excellent condition for its age. Measures: 36" L x 30" H x 12" W One of a kind original piece.

254b - Antique Wedgewood Porcelain Door Stove And Range This lot feature a Wedgewood 3 Burner stove and range. This stove is in good condition for its age. It shows great lettering on the front, It does show use and wear. It measure 31" T x 27 1/2" W x 17" D

254c - Alaskan King Salmon Taxidermy Mount This lot features a full body Alaskan king salmon taxidermy mount. The mount displays this massive 43" long fish with a back drop of branches. The beautifully detailed fish is almost life like. The taxidermy is good quality. Comes ready to be mounted on the wall. The fins show signs of light damage however the mount is in good overall condition for its age. Measures 51" W x 30" H x 12" D.

255 - Willow Hoop Stretched Beaver Hide This lot features a willow hoop stretched beaver hide. The hide is decorated with feathers and wool. The hide does not appear to be experiencing shedding. Great for any western decor. The overall condition of the piece is good for its age. Measures: 38" H x 20" W

256 - Zuni Sterling Silver & Turquoise Watch Cuff This is a Zuni Native American Indian sterling silver and turquoise watch cuff. The cuff is signed "JM Zuni" and features large Blue Diamond Turquoise set in sterling silver. The cuff has scalloped tabs to hold a watch. The Zuni cuff is in good condition. It measures 2" x 3" and is 1" wide.

257 - Hiatt Handcuff Collection with Keys This lot features two pairs of Hiatt handcuffs with keys. These are British handcuffs made in England. Both sets of handcuffs feature a nickel finish. They are in good condition and work well. The larger pair measures 3" x 9.5".

258 - Cheyenne Indian Beaded Strike-a-Lite Bag This is a Cheyenne Native American Indian beaded strike-a-lite bag. The bag shows a sun pattern beaded in chalk white, greasy yellow, sky blue, and orange glass seed trade beads. The top flap and bottom edge have a row of silver jingle cones. The Cheyenne strike-a-lite bag is in good condition. It measures 4" x 6".

259 - Sioux Beaded Strike-a-Lite Bag This is a Sioux beaded strike-a-lite bag. The bag shows a tanned hide with a wonderfully beaded design with chalk white, corn yellow, semi transparent blue and red glass seed trade beads. The strike-a-lite bag is in good condition. It measures 4" x 4".

260 - Tooled Leather Western Cowboy Gun Belt and Holster This is a tooled leather Western cowboy gun belt with holster. The belt and holster feature a beautifully tooled and carved design with leather lacing on the holster. The gun belt is in good condition. It measures 43" long.

260a - Philco Model 41-285 Console Radio c.1941 This is great quality console radio from 1941.This console radio was the middle of the range offering for Philco. It features nine tubes and had police, overseas, and local radio bands. There were only 30,422 of these made. This great example has been tested and appears to be in full working order, but needs a tune up. It is in good condition. It measures 41" H x 28" W x 13" D

261 - US Vietnam Fighter Pilot Camillus Switchblade This is a rare original US Air Force issue fighter pilots escape switchblade knife made by Camillus, New York USA. The knife needs only one had to operate with a spring assisted push button mechanism with lock. The piece also includes a hook knife used to cut the parachute cords in the event of being stuck upon emergency landing. The knife is in good condition for its age. Knife closed is 4 3/8", open is 7 3/8"L and has a 1 7/8" hook.

262 - German Achtung Skull Crossed Bones Sign (Nazi) This is a porcelain enamel "Achtung" (meaning warning in German) sign showing a yellow/orange background with white and black skull and crossed bones with excellent red lighting bolts. The sign is believed to be a WWII Nazi piece as it was recovered with the other Nazi signs in the auction. These signs were recovered from war torn Poland from a private collection there. Measures 7 7/8"x6 1/8". RARE PIECE. Possibly a warning for mines or dangerous area.

262a - German Achtung Skull Crossed Bones Sign (Nazi) This is a porcelain enamel "ACHTUNG" sign showing a red background with black lettering and black skull and crossed bones. The piece is marked on the back with the Nazi German Third Reich Eagle holding a wreath with the Swastika in the center. Provenance: The signs were recovered from war torn Poland and are from a private collection there. The piece shows some loss to the porcelain near the mounting holes. Measures 4 3/8"x5 1/8"

262b - WWII Nazi Skull & Crossed Bones Porcelain Sign This is a World War II porcelain enamel sign from the Nazi Germans. The sign shows a triangle shape with a yellow background, black border, and iconic black skull and crossed bones. Slight loss to porcelain around mounting holes, but overall a great sign. These were recovered from war torn Poland. The sign would have been a warning possibly for mines or dangerous warfare items. Measures 7.75"x7.75". The back shows the Nazi Third Reich Eagle holding the wreath with a swastika at the center.

263 - 1930's German Zeppelin Pilot Badge This is a German zeppelin pilot's badge from the 1930's. The badge shows a crown and wreath with the zeppelin airship in the center. The badge is in good condition. It measures 2" x 2.75".

264 - Original WWII War Bond Poster This is an original WWII War Bond poster. The poster reads "Extra War Bonds 5th War Loan" and shows a broom sweeping up the Japanese samurai sword and flag and the Nazi flag and helmet. The poster is marked at the bottom "U.S. Government Printing Office / Official U.S. Treasury Poster / WFD 911". The war bond poster is in good condition. It measures 14.25" x 20".

265 - Locomotive Original Black & White Photographs This is a collection of three original black and white photographs of locomotives. The photographs were taken by an individual who was a member of a local photography club. These were part of an exhibit circa 1940. The photographs have been mounted to heavy card stock and are in good overall condition. Each one has been titled and signed by the photographer. The mounting boards measure 16" x 20".

265a - Locomotive Original Black & White Photographs This is a collection of three original black and white photographs of locomotives. The photographs were taken by an individual who was a member of a local photography club. These were part of an exhibit circa 1940. The photographs have been mounted to heavy card stock and are in good overall condition. Each one has been titled and signed by the photographer. The mounting boards measure 16" x 20".

266 - Smith & Wesson Handcuff Collection w/ Keys This is a collection of two pairs of Smith & Wesson handcuffs. The handcuffs are Model M-100 and are marked with the Smith & Wesson logo. The handcuffs are in good condition and each come with a working key. They measure 3" x 8.75".

267 - 87ct. Australian Boulder Opal Collection This is a collection of Australian Boulder Opals. These opals were mined in the Outback of Queensland in Australia. Each one shows great diffraction with deep, rich color. They are all in good condition. The largest measures .75" x 1".

268 - 55ct. Australian Boulder Opal Collection This is a collection of Australian Boulder Opals. These opals were mined in the Outback of Queensland in Australia. Each one shows great diffraction with deep, rich color. They are all in good condition. The largest measures .75" x 1". Total weight of all three is 55 carats.

269 - Civil War Era Surgeon's Bleeder Set This is a Civil War era surgeon's bleeder set. The piece is marked "Joseph Rodgers & Sons" and "No. 6 Norfolk St. Sheffield England". The bleeder is composed of three different blades, each one a different size. The handle is made from buffalo horn. The Civil War era bleeder is in good overall condition. When open, it measures 6" long.

270 - Buffalo Bill Wild West Show Banner This is a Buffalo Bill Wild West Show banner. The banner shows Buffalo Bill leading a team of performers. The banner is made from canvas with brass reinforced mounting holes. Age and authenticity are unknown. The banner shows good overall condition. It measures 27" x 39.25".

271 - Hiatt and Jay-Pee Handcuff Collection w/ Keys This lot includes two pairs of handcuffs with working keys. The first pair is marked "Hiatts Made in England" and are unusual as they do not have a pass through shackle. The second pair is marked "Jay-Pee Made in Spain". Both sets of handcuffs are double locking. They are in good condition and work well. Each pair comes with a key. They measure 3" x 9".

272 - Book of Anecdotes and Incidents of the Rebellion This is "The book of Anecdotes and Incidents of the Rebellion" by Frazar Kirkland. The book was published in 1866, just after the Civil War and provides a summarized history of the great war. The book is extensively illustrated including a fantastic colorful lithograph in the front opposite the title page. The book shows good condition. It measures 7" x 9.75".

273 - Sitting Bull and the Indian War First Edition 1891 This is an original rare first edition of "Sitting Bull and the Indian War" by W. Fletcher Johnson. The front cover is exquisite showing a portrait of Sitting Bull with an Indian War scene below and Major General Miles, U.S. Deputy Bartlett. Marked on the cover Ghost Dance. This book was printed in 1891. It tells the story of Sitting Bull and his tragic death. The book contains several illustrations as well. The book is in good condition with a fantastic designed cover. It measures 5.5" x 8.

274 - Introduction to Field Artillery Ordnance 1861-1865 This is "Introduction to Field Artillery Ordnance" by Jack W. Melton, Jr. and Lawrence E. Pawl. This is a first edition published in 1994. The book provides a historical account of Civil War projectiles with photographic images of nearly all. The book is in very good condition with the original dust jacket and mylar wrap. The book measures 9” x 11.25".

275 - The SPIW The Deadliest Weapon That Never Was This is "The SPIW The Deadliest Weapon That Never Was" by R. Blake Stevens and Edward C. Ezell. The book is a first edition published in 1985. The book gives a comprehensive history of the development of the SPIW (Special Purpose Individual Weapon). This RARE book shows good overall condition and comes with the original dust jacket with mylar wrap. The book measures 8.75" x 11.25".

276 - Hardwood Piano Desk This excellent quality hardwood piano desk features a impressive amount of a workmanship. The desk features hand turned legs with a hinged top and pull out desk. The wood shows a rich deep color and little wear. The piece is in good condition, does show wear. It measures 36 1/2" W x 20" D x 29 1/2" H

277 - Cast Wall Mount Horse Head Trade Sign This cast trade sign shows a great amount detail. This is a unique piece that shows distinct character. It is meant to be hung in front of a store dealing in tack. The piece is in good condition. It measures 24" H x 11 1/2" W x 30" off the wall.

278 - Custom Montana Bent Willow Branch Padded Chair This is a one of a kind bent willow chair that shows impressive craftsmanship. The chair shows handmade construction with a uniquely upholstered seat. The chair shows good condition with a solid construction. A great Western decor piece. The chair measures 82 1/2" L x 34" W x 32" D.

279 - Navajo Crystal Wool Rug circa Early 20th C. This exceptional Navajo Native American Indian wool rug shows a crystal pattern circa early to mid 20th century. The regional Crystal pattern originated in the mid 1930’s. The pattern is borderless with horizontal bands of geometric designs. The bands are separated by “wavy lines”. This is created by alternating and crossing the color of each weft. This rug is in good condition. This tightly hand woven Navajo example shows exceptional craftsmanship and quality. Measures: 35 1/4" W x 64" L.

280 - Navajo Ganado Wool Rug This finely woven Ganado Navajo Native American Indian Rug. This rug is a Ganado style rug, and shows great color. Ganado style of weaving was established by Lorenzo Hubbell in late 1800. The motif generally consists of one or more stepped diamonds or stepped and embellished triangles. This rug is in good condition for its age. It measures 70 1/2" L x 34 1/2" W. Wool content is unknown

281 - Plains Indian Rawhide Bear Dance Shield This is a Plains Native American Indian rawhide dance shield. The shield is made from stretched rawhide and features the image of a bear emerging from the cave. The shield is in good overall condition. There is a tear that measures 2.5" as shown. The shield measures 20" in diameter.

282 - Sioux File Striker with Quill Tab This is a Sioux file striker with quill tab. The striker was made from a steel file and features a branch and berry design. The quilled tab was hand pieced on hide. The Sioux striker is in good overall condition. The piece measures 1" x 6.5".

283 - Native American Made Buffalo Bone War Club TThis is a Native American made buffalo bone war club. The war club is made from a buffalo bone fitted with a forged iron spike and blade. The bone is wrapped with copper near the top. The bottom of the handle has brass covered iron tacks. The Indian war club is in good overall condition. It measures 8" x 13.5".

284 - Navajo Sterling Silver & Gold Bear Bracelet This is a Navajo Native American Indian sterling silver and gold filled bracelet. The bracelet features three gold bears with hand stamped accents. The back of the bracelet is marked "Thomas 1/20 12K G.F. Sterling". The bracelet is in good condition. It measures 2" x 2.5" and is .875" wide.

285 - Sioux Native American Brass Tacked Stone War Club This is a Sioux Native American war club. The club features a stone head with a leather wrapped haft with brass tacks. The war club shows good overall condition. It measures 3.5" x 16".

286 - Early Apache Fringed Tobacco Pouch This is an early Apache fringed tobacco pouch. The pouch is adorned with long fringes, beads and stamped medallions. The Apache tobacco pouch is in good overall condition. It measures 3" wide and 18" long.

287 - Plains Indian Snake Effigy Staff This is a Plains Indian snake effigy wooden staff. The piece features a snake wrapped around the shaft of the staff. Turquoise has been used to represent the eyes of the snake. The staff has been notched at the top as shown. The snake effigy staff is in good condition. It measures 59" long.

288 - Antelope Santee Doll from Montana This is an Antelope Santee Doll made by a local Montana artist. This is a modern made Plains Indian doll made with leather, beadwork and trade cloth. The doll shows good condition. It measures 8" tall.

289 - Turquoise Squash Blossom Bracelet & Earrings This is a silver and turquoise squash blossom, bracelet and earrings. This is a matched set with beautiful stone and workmanship. They are all in good condition. The squash blossom naja measures 3.25" x 4" and the necklace is 24" long. Silver and Stones not tested.

290 - Navajo Sterling Silver Cuff This is a Navajo sterling silver cuff. The cuff features a wonderful hand tooled design and prongs to hold a turquoise cabochon. The back is marked "Sterling" and the piece shows good overall condition. It measures 2" x 2.5" and is 1.5" wide.

291 - Persian Medallion Rug This lot features a Persian medallion rug. The rug is wool and has fringed edges. The rug has vibrant dyed colors. It is in fair overall condition. Measures: 26 1/2" W x 57" L

292 - 1950's Silvertone Sunburst Mandolin This is a Silvertone mandolin from the 1950's. The mandolin features the sunburst design on the front and back with a celluloid pick guard and decorative edge. The mandolin is in good condition and comes with a hard case. The case measures 11.25" x 29".

293 - AACS Cemetery Superintendent Convention Ribbons This is a collection of eight ribbons from A.A.C.S. conventions in the 1930's. The Association of American Cemetery Superintendents was founded in 1887. The first convention was held that year and every year after. Included in this collection are two ribbons for each of the years 1932, 1934, 1936 and 1937. They are all in good condition. The largest measures 2.25" x 5".

294 - Leather-Stocking Tales by James Fenimore Cooper This is "Leather-Stocking Tales" by James Fenimore Cooper. The book was published in 1890 and features the abridged versions of Cooper's works including "The Deerslayer", "The Last of the Mohicans", "The Pathfinder", "The Pioneers", and "The Prairie". The book shows good overall condition. It measures 6.25" x 8.5".

295 - Advertising Sign Collection This is an advertising sign collection. Included is Santa Fe Railroad, electric fence, Salem thermometer, Union House, Indian Country, Funk's "G", and Connecticut Fish & Game. All the signs are in good overall condition. Some have minimal to moderate wear. The largest sign measures 5.25" x 17.75".

296 - Antique Stereoview and Viewer Collection This is an antique stereoviewer and views. Included are 20 stereoviews of military, humor, travel, etc. The stereoviewer and views are in good condition. The viewer measures 7" x 12".

297 - Red Wing Stoneware Pottery Batter Bowl Collection This is a pair of Red Wing Stoneware batter bowls. Both bowls show the wing logo on the front and are marked on the bottom. The larger bowl has the additional label that reads "Red Wing Stoneware Co. Red Wing, Minn.". Both bowls are in very good condition. The smaller bowl measures 7" in diameter and is 5.5" tall. The larger bowl measures 8" in diameter and is 5.5" tall.

298 - c.600 BC Egyptian Mummy Bead Necklace This is an Egyptian Mummy Bead necklace circa 600 BC. The necklace is made with faience beads. These necklaces were used in ancient Egypt and would accompany the dead through the mummification process and in the tomb. The necklace is in good overall condition. It measures 23" long.

299 - Montana Game Fish & Parks Bear Trap Sign This lot features a bear trap sign. This sign was used to designate an area that had bear traps set. The sign was utilized by the Montana Game, Fish, and Parks to warn people that traps were set in the immediate area. The sign is in very good condition. It measures 12" x 18".

299a - Grizzly Bear Warning Sign from Canada This is a Grizzly Bear Warning sign from Canada. The sign is from the Canadian Wildlife Ministry and reads "Warning Grizzly Bear Activity is High. The sign is a high visibility yellow and features a silhouette image of a grizzly bear. The sign is in very good condition. It measures 12" x 18".

300 - Binion Collection 1923 Silver Peace Dollar NGC This lot features a Binion Collection 1923 Silver Dollar. After his death, it was discovered by Nye County sheriff's deputies that Ted had had a 12-foot-deep vault built on the desert floor on a piece of property he owned in Pahrump, 60 miles west of Las Vegas. The concrete bunker contained six tons of silver bullion, Horseshoe Casino chips, paper currency, and more than 100,000 rare coins, including Carson City silver dollar many in mint condition estimated to be worth between $7 million and $14 million that were once housed in the Horseshoe vault. Lonnie Theodore "Ted" Binion (November 28, 1943 – September 17, 1998) was a wealthy U.S. gambling executive and one of the sons of famed Las Vegas casino magnate Lester Ben "Benny" Binion, owner of Binion's Horseshoe. His death has been a subject of controversy; girlfriend Sandra Murphy and her lover Rick Tabish were initially charged and convicted in Binion's death, but were later granted a new trial and acquitted on the murder charges. This piece is in good condition for its age. This is a ANA Coin. It measures 3 3/8" L x 2 3/8" W

301 - Binion Collection 1922 Silver Peace Dollar NGC This lot features a Binion Collection 1922 Silver Dollar Uncirculated Type Set #698 of 2500. After his death, it was discovered by Nye County sheriff's deputies that Ted had had a 12-foot-deep vault built on the desert floor on a piece of property he owned in Pahrump, 60 miles west of Las Vegas. The concrete bunker contained six tons of silver bullion, Horseshoe Casino chips, paper currency, and more than 100,000 rare coins, including Carson City silver dollar many in mint condition estimated to be worth between $7 million and $14 million that were once housed in the Horseshoe vault. Lonnie Theodore "Ted" Binion (November 28, 1943 – September 17, 1998) was a wealthy U.S. gambling executive and one of the sons of famed Las Vegas casino magnate Lester Ben "Benny" Binion, owner of Binion's Horseshoe. His death has been a subject of controversy; girlfriend Sandra Murphy and her lover Rick Tabish were initially charged and convicted in Binion's death, but were later granted a new trial and acquitted on the murder charges. This piece is in good condition for its age. This is a NGC Coin. It measures 3 3/8" L x 2 3/8" W

301a - Binion Collection 1922 Silver Peace Dollar NGC This lot features a Binion Collection 1922 Silver Dollar. After his death, it was discovered by Nye County sheriff's deputies that Ted had had a 12-foot-deep vault built on the desert floor on a piece of property he owned in Pahrump, 60 miles west of Las Vegas. The concrete bunker contained six tons of silver bullion, Horseshoe Casino chips, paper currency, and more than 100,000 rare coins, including Carson City silver dollar many in mint condition estimated to be worth between $7 million and $14 million that were once housed in the Horseshoe vault. Lonnie Theodore "Ted" Binion (November 28, 1943 – September 17, 1998) was a wealthy U.S. gambling executive and one of the sons of famed Las Vegas casino magnate Lester Ben "Benny" Binion, owner of Binion's Horseshoe. His death has been a subject of controversy; girlfriend Sandra Murphy and her lover Rick Tabish were initially charged and convicted in Binion's death, but were later granted a new trial and acquitted on the murder charges. This piece is in good condition for its age. This is a ANA Coin. It measures 3 3/8" L x 2 3/8" W

302 - Rare More Rawhides & Her Majesty Montana Books This lot features two first edition books entitled, More Rawhides by Charles M. Russel and Her Majesty Montana by Charles W. Towne. Both books are incredible looks of the history of the west and Montana. Charles Marion Russell was an accomplished painter, sculptor, illustrator, and a gifted storyteller. Russell was born March 19, 1864. Her majesty Montana is a look at the history of Montana between 1743-1939. Both books are in good condition for their age. They measure 6 3/16" W x 9 1/8" L and 11" L x 7 5/8" W

303 - First Edition Book Collection by Dan Cushman This lot features a pair of books by the author Dan Cushman. The Plenty of Room & Air is a First Edition circa 1975 hand signed from Stay Away, Joe Publishers Great Falls, Montana with a photograph of Dan Cushman. The Plenty of Room & Air includes the original dust cover. A copy of Plenty of Room & Air has been valued at over $1,000.00. This also includes a first edition copy of The Great North Trail from 1966. Both books are in good condition. The books measure 8 9/16" L x 5 3/4" W x 7/8" Thick and 9 1/4" L x 6 1/4" W x 1 1/2" Thick

304 - Antique Persian Caucasian Mughal Shamsir Sword This lot features an antique early Persian Caucasian Mughal shamshir sword. Shamshir, which means "curved like the tiger's nail", describes the deeply curved and continuously tapering parabolic saber blade typical of Persia (Iran), Mughal India and the adjoining Arab world from the middle of the 16th century. This sword comes with its original leather and Wood scabbard. This blade is believed to date to the 1700s. It is in good condition for its age. Measures: 39 1/2" L with a 32" Blade length

305 - Antique Collection of Pearls This lot features a large collection of antique pearls. The pearls are real. Perfect for anyone looking to make there own jewelry. There is an avg. of 60 pearls per strand and 29 strands in this collection. All pearls seem to be in good condition for they age.

305a - Antique Collection Of Large Unique Pearls This lot features a collection of large unique pearls. The pearls are real. Perfect for anyone looking to make there own jewelry. These pearls are large and feature stunning and unique patterns. There is an avg. of 60 pearls per strand with three strands. The pearls appear to be in good condition for there age.

306 - Turquoise & Coral Squash Blossom Necklace Set This lot features a turquoise and coral squash blossom necklace set. The set includes the stunning squash blossom necklace bracelet and matching earrings. All the pieces in the set feature dry creek turquoise and ox blood coral stones polished to give off a there striking natural tones. This perfectly sets off the silver plated flutes and blossom of the necklace. The overall condition of the set is good for its age. Measures: (Necklace): 22" L x (blossom) 3 1/2" Diameter, (Bracelet) 4" D x 1 1/4"

307 - Collection Of Oval Sapphires This lot features a collection of eight oval sapphires. The sapphires originated in Thailand and Ceylon. The set of six Sapphires cut and with a combined 21.47ct The set of two has a 2.28ct. Both sets come in protective cases. The overall condition of the collection is good. Measures: 10 x 7 mm, 6 x 4 mm

308 - Early Photo Of Ingalls Portrait Co Missoula, MT This lot features an early photograph of Ingall's Portait Co. from Missoula, Montana. The photo features two wagons, cameras, and the men who operated them. Frank M. Ingalls was a Missoula, Montana, portrait photographer from about 1890 to 1912. The piece is framed and in good condition. It measures 14 3/16" W x 10 1/4" H.

309 - Navajo Bird Pictorial Rug This lot features a Navajo bird pictorial rug. The rug was made in the Cedar Ridge area by local artists and craftswoman Evelyn Tsosie. The rug depicts a stunning bird pictorial scene. It is in good condition for its age. Measures: 15" W x 20" L

310 - U.S.M.C. WWII Ka-bar Fighting Utility Knife This lot features a U.S.M.C. WWII Ka-bar fighting utility knife. The knife is marked Ontario U.S. The Ontario Knife Company was one of several manufactures of the Ka-bar during WWII. Many where made under contract for the U.S.M.C. The knife includes its original leather scabbard. Its is in good overall condition for its age. Measures: 12" L x 7" Blade Length

311 - Blacktail Deer Trophy Mount Collection This group of trophy blacktail deer European mounts is a impressive collection. There are four 8x8 mounts all attached to attractive wooden plaques. Each has its own unique character. They are all in good condition. The largest mount measures 14 1/4" W x 10" H x 9 1/4" D

312 - Red Tanned Calf Hide This lot features a tanned calf hide. The hide has been tanned and prepared by a professional. It is in good overall condition. Measures: 38" L x 33" W

313 - Large Montana 6x7 Elk Antlers This great pair of Montana Elk Sheds features a beautiful look and impressive size. The antlers have six points on one and a impressive seven on the other. The antlers are in good condition. They measure 43" L x 17" W

314 - H. H. Heiser Field Side Holster #422 c.1940-50's This lot features a Hermann H. Heiser Company #422 Side Holster. This incredible Hermann H. Heiser Company Holster is made of Heavy Oak Tanned Saddle Skirting Leather and is designed to carry a Hi Standard Sport King with a 4 1/2" barrel length. This holster has a stacked welt which is completely hand rawhide thong wrapped, there is a sight guard, and the safety strap has the Heiser Denver brown enamel snap. This beautiful Holster has the H. H. Heiser Denver makers mark logo which dates this holster from 1940 to 1950. Guns this Holster will Accommodate: Hi Standard Field King, Models GB, GD, GE, Olympic, Sport King and Supermatic with 4 1/2" Barrel Lengths for the Right Hand Shooter. The holster is in good condition with some marks of use. It measures 9 1/2" L x 4" W x 1 3/4" Thick

315 - WWI Engineer Corps Compass and Leather Case This is a WWI Engineer Corps compass with leather case. The compass is marked "Plan Ltd. Neuchatel Switzerland" on the back and "U.S. Engineer Corps" on the front. The compass comes with a set of directions as well. The compass and case are in good condition. The case measures 1.5" x 2.5' x 4".

316 - Rare 1920s 5 Cent Coca Cola Tin Sign This lot features a outdoor advertisement tin Coca Cola sign from the 1920's. This exceedingly rare sign reads " Drink Coca-Cola 5 Cent Ice Cold." The sign does show wear appropriate with age, but still has vivid color and detail. The sign is in overall good condition, but does show wear(review photos for condition). It measures 19" W x 55" H

317 - Agate Leaf Necklace & Elk Ivory Gold Earrings This lot features a very cool set of Montana elk ivory gold earrings and agate leaf necklace. The earrings are polished elks teeth set in 14 K gold(not tested) caps, and the necklace is a gold tone leaf design. The agate is a impressive large polished nugget. The detail is crisp and clear on the surrounding setting. The pieces are both in good condition. The necklace measures (pendent) 2 1/4" L x 1 3/16 W, unclasped the chain is 24" L and the earrings are 3/4" L x 3/8" W

318 - Rare Stereo Viewer Cards & Lighted Stereo Viewer This lot features a large collection of rare stereo view cards and a stereo viewer. The collection of 107 cards have a great range of different scenes from around the world from the early 20 and late 19th centuries. The stereo viewer is a lighted all metal construction. Some of the cards features a description of what the photos are. The pieces are all in good overall condition for their age. The light is in working condition. The stereo viewer measures 9 1/2" L x 7 1/8" W

319 - John F. Kennedy $25 Dollar Liberia Gold Coin This is the World's Smallest Coin, a John F. Kennedy $25 gold piece with a certificate of authenticity by American Mint. Its number is 10084 out of 20000 pieces. It is .999 gold with a weight of 0.73g. It was issued in 2000. The diameter is 11mm. It is a Liberian coin, made in Germany.

320 - Pair Of J.Bleck Deer Watercolor Paintings This lot features a pair of paintings done by the artist J. Bleck. Both paintings feature deer, one being a fawn and the other a doe, but they are painted in a different media. The fawn painting looks to be an early work of the artist, with the doe showing the evolution of the artist in style. Both of the painting are well done and show excellent color. The pieces are in good condition. They measures 21 5/8" W x 29 1/8" H and 26 1/2" W x 33 "H.

321 - Antique Expeditioners Compass RARE This lot features an antique expeditioneers compass. The compass has unique design featuring 21 individual compasses. 20 of the compasses are marked made in France while the large center is marked Germany. The other side of the box is a mirror allowing the user to view the compasses while they are held level. The compass has a rare design and striking detail. The overall condition of the piece is good for its age. Measures: 7" L x 5" W x 1 1/4" D.

322 - Oil Can and Bottle Collection This lot features a Texaco Outboard Motor Oil can and Huffman glass oil bottle. The Texaco can shows star logo with the image of the boat motor. The can is in good overall condition. It measures 4.5" x 7.5". The glass oil bottle is marked "Huffman Mfg. Company, Dayton, Ohio". The bottle comes with a pour spout and cap. The bottle is in good condition. It measures 4" in diameter and is 13.75" tall.

323 - Mounted Texas Longhorns This lot features mounted Texas longhorns. The horns are mounted to a solid wood backing. The detail of this piece is very pleasing. The piece is well made and in good condition. It measures 65 1/2" L x 5" W x 10 1/2 off the wall.

324 - Early Crockett Spurs This is a set of Crockett made cast aluminum spurs with the leather horseshoe spur straps. Each spur is marked Crockett and show a good condition. The spurs are 6" L x 3 3/4" W with 1" rowels

325 - Early Boone Handmade Hackamore Lead Bit This lot features a hackamore bit marked "Boone" and what looks to be "JNCO." The bit show excellent craftsmanship and a great patina. The bit does show use and age, but is in good condition. There is a handmade chain that connects the two bit pieces. It measure 7 1/2" L with the bit shanks measuring 11" L x 3 1/8" W

326 - Navajo Turquoise Nugget Necklace This is a Navajo turquoise nugget necklace. The necklace has large Morenci Turquoise nuggets spaced apart by handmade silver beads and glass trade beads set near the clasp. The turquoise displays wonderful color and polished texture. The necklace is in good condition. It measures 23 1/2" L.

327 - Northern Plains Native American War Club Heads These are ancient Northern Plains Native American Indian stone war club heads. These ancient pieces were recovered in the Western Montana area. The pieces show good condition and are early ancient antique pieces. These are all in a glass top black case. They measure 3 1/4" L x 2 1/2" W x 1" Thick, 2" L x 1 3/8" W x 3/4" Thick, and 1 5/8" L x 1 1/2" W x 1" Thick.

328 - Montana Livestock Branding Iron Collection his is a collection of five Montana livestock branding irons. The branding irons were all collected from Montana ranches. The branding irons were hand forged. They all appear to be in good overall condition. Great Western decor pieces. The largest iron measures 45 1/2" long.

329 - Montana Livestock Branding Iron Collection This is a collection of three Montana livestock branding irons. The branding irons were all collected from Montana ranches. The branding irons were hand forged. They all appear to be in good overall condition. Great Western decor pieces. The largest iron measures 43 1/2" long.

330 - Indian Painted Hide With Horses from Montana This lot features a Indian painted hide depicting horses. The was made by a Montana artist. It is Indian tanned leather. On the back it is marked KCA Enterprises Oilmont, Montana and the piece is signed by the artist. It elegantly depicts horses in mid gallop. The piece is in good condition for its age. Measures: 34" x 46".

331 - Zapotec Native American Indian Wool Rug This is a hand spun and dyed 100% wool rug handmade by the Zapotec Indians. The rug has vivid coloring and an eyedazzler style of pattern. This is made by the Zapotec Indians in Oaxaca, Mexico. The Zapotec are significant because 400 years ago the Spanish missionaries taught the Navajo and Zapotec how to weave. These practices are still mastered today in both Zapotec and Navajo Tribes. The piece is in good condition. This rug measures 73" L x 42" W. Similar rugs at gallery are valued for over $3000.

332 - Antique Cameo Brooch This is an antique cameo brooch. The cameo is carved from shell and shows the profile bust of a beautiful woman. The piece shows incredibly fine detail with outstanding workmanship. The piece is set in a wonderful filigree setting. The cameo shows good overall condition. It measures 1.375" x 1.625".

333 - Antique Carved Pictorial Gold Brooch This is an antique carved pictorial gold brooch. The brooch features wonderful seaside scene with a boat in the foreground and mountains in the background. It is surrounded by the gold setting with pinback. The antique brooch is in good condition. It measures 1" x 1.75".

333a - 9ct. Gold & Pearl Cross This is a 9ct. gold and pearl cross. The cross is marked "375" (9ct.) and shows a selection of pearls and turquoise stones. The cross is in good condition. It measures .5" x 1.25".

334 - Silver Peace Dollar Belt Buckle & Pendent 1922-23 This is a 1922 Liberty Peace Dollar belt buckle and pendent. The buckle proudly displays this beautiful Peace Dollar. The buckle shows a modest engraved style. The pendent has had a loop professionally attached. The belt buckle and pendent are in good condition. They measures 3 5/8" W x 2 1/2" H x 5/8" Thick and 1 1/2" D

335 - Montana Trade Token Collection This is a collection of six Montana trade tokens. Included is " At the Monarch J.B Phelps White Sulphur Springs, MT 12 1/2 cents in trade, Phelps Hotel & Bar White Sulphur Springs, MT 12 1/2 cent in trade, Kleber & Berger Hotel & Bar White Sulphur Springs, MT 12 1/2 cent in trade, Placer Mining In Early Days Larabie Bros Deer Lodge, MT fiftieth anniv. token 1869-1919, George Welcome Trade Token Gardiner Montana 12 1/2 cent in trade and 1915 Pan Pacific International Expo Spinning Naughty Bear Token. The Welcome Trade Token is a rare piece to see. The token reads "George Welcome Gardiner, Mont." Welcome was a saloon owner and businessman in Gardiner, which is just north of Yellowstone National Park, from the late 1800's until his death in 1905. This is a rarely seen token that is well over a hundred years old. The token are all in good condition for their age, see photos to review condition.

336 - Early Sterling Silver Navajo Hammered Concho Belt This lot features a early sterling silver Navajo hammered Indian concho belt. The hammered designs are detailed and unique. The belt has 17 conchos and shows excellent craftsmanship. The belt is in good condition for its age. Measures: 36 1/2" L

337 - Sioux Indian Beaded Belt Mid 20th Century This lot features a Sioux Indian beaded belt dated to the mid-20th century. The piece is glass trade beads and Indian tanned leather. There are six different colors of on this belt including corn yellow. The belt is in good condition for its age. Measures: 14"

338 - Navajo Turquoise & Silver Bracelet & Necklace This lot features a signed Navajo Morenci turquoise and sterling silver slave bracelet and necklace. This beautiful pair of items shows excellent craftsmanship, the turquoise nuggets are set in hand engraved leaf design settings. The pieces are signed by the artist and marked sterling. The pieces are in good condition for their age. The necklace measures 18 1/4"L and the bracelet is 2 1/4" D x 5"L. Ring is size 6 1/2.

339 - Navajo Silver and Turquoise Belt Buckle This is a Navajo silver and turquoise belt buckle. The buckle is believed to be sterling silver, but has not been tested. The buckle features a beautifully crafted rendition of the "end of the trail" by James Earle Frasier in the center surrounded by scrollwork. The buckle also has impressive turquoise and coral accents. The Navajo belt buckle is in good condition. It measures 3 3/4" W x 2 1/8" H

340 - Plateau Whirling Logs Beaded Belt c.1900-1920 This is an antique beaded whirling log belt from the early 1900's. The belt shows beautiful stitching and beadwork. The belt is good overall condition. There is some minor damage and bead loss as shown. It measures 24 1/2" L x 5 1/4" W

341 - Signed Mitchell Knife & Madison Saddlery Sheath This lot features a Mitchell signed knife and high quality leather sheath from Madison Saddlery in Ennis, Montana. The knife features a polished wood handle with a full tang. The knife is highly polished and has a exceptional edge. Mitchell is a Montana knife maker. The sheath is a nice chestnut color with white stitching. The knife and sheath are in good condition. The knife measures 9" L with a 4 1/2" blade length and the sheath measures 9" L x 2" W

342 - J.A. Henckles Knife and Urban Garantie Sheath This knife and sheath feature great quality and a pleasing look. The knife has a antler handle wrapped around a full tang. The steel is highly polished and has a great shape. The sheath is made of high quality leather and is a deep brown. The knife and sheath are in good condition, the button does not snap though. The knife measures 9" L x 3 1/2" blade length and the sheath measures 9 1/4" L

343 - Custom Montana Made Knife This knife shows a high quality build and a appealing look. The knife features a full tang and a polished blade; the design is very similar if not the same to a Mitchell knife. The handle is polished and has a quiet elegance to it. The knife is not marked and is in good condition. It measures 8 1/2" L x 4" blade length

344 - Antique French Nude Lamnp This is an antique French nude lamp. The lamp has a brass base and fixture and features a dancing nude ladies design. The bottom of the lamp is marked with a medallion that indicates it was made in France. The lamp is in good condition. It measures 3.5" in diameter and is 11.25" tall.

345 - Collection Of Polished Red Coral Branches The lot features five solid red branch coral formations. These are early antique original pieces of Chinese origin. They feature a wonderfully deep red color. The combined weight is 98.6 grams. The largest measures 3 1/4" L x 1" W

346 - U.S. M6 Imperial Bayonet And M8A1 Bayonet Scabbard This is a U.S. M6 Imperial bayonet with an M8A1 scabbard. The bayonet is marked "US M6 Imperial" and features a checkered grip. The bayonet scabbard is marked "US M8A1". The bayonet and scabbard are in good condition. The bayonet measures 11.25" with a 6.5" blade.

347 - Luxury Pair Of Replica Watches This lot features a pair of luxury replica watches, they are a Patek Philippe Automatic Chronometer and Vacheron Constantin quartz watch. The watches show excellent quality and work well. The face of the watches are appealing to the eye and show well. Both watches are in good condition, showing little to no wear. The Patek has a luxury leather watch band and the Vacheron features a all stainless steel watch band. The leather band measures 8 3/4" L.

348 - Original Oil Painting By I. Pazlamatchev This lot feature the original oil painting " Bulgarian Song" by Ivan Pazlamatchev. The painting has a abstract design. It is professionally framed. The overall condition of the piece appears to be good. Measures: 36 3/4" W x 29" H

349 - WWII U.S M1 Helmet c.1941-1944 This helmet features a stainless steel rim that is spot welded in the front and has swivel bails. These features denote the age of the helmet as being manufactured in the years 1941-1944. There is not a liner. This helmet has a great look and patina. It is in good condition for its age, but has dents along the top of the helmet. It measures 11" L x 9 1/2" W x 7" H

350 - U.S. WWII Tropical Pith Helmet Signed By Unit This lot features a U. S. WWII tropical pith helmet. The helmet was owned by a solider whom went by "Scotty" and was signed by 25 men form his unit. The signatures date the year 1941. The helmet itself is a Hawley Topper 13T manufactured in St. Charles ILL. The condition of the signatures is good for there age and most can be read easily. The overall condition of the helmet is good for its age. Measures: 14" D x 11 1/2" W x 6" H

351 - Cast Iron Fire Department Medallion South Dakota This is cast iron medallion from the fire department in Lead, South Dakota. The medallion is embossed with images of a ladder, axe, helmet, horn and fire hose. The piece is marked "L.F.D." on the front and is marked by the manufacturer on the back "Balchers & West Utica, N.Y.". The medallion has been placed on a beautiful stand and shows good condition. Believed to be a very rare historical piece. The piece measures 5.75" wide and is 11.75" tall.

352 - Vintage Barbershop Sanitizer Collection This is a collection of barbershop sanitizers. Included are two Marvy electric sanitizers and two glass disinfector jars. They are all in good overall condition. They have not been tested for working condition. The sanitizers measure 8" x 18" and 9.5" tall.

353 - 10k Gold & Star Ruby Men's Ring EXCELLENT This lot features a 10k gold and star ruby mens ring. The ring has a stunning star ruby. Asterism, or star stone, is a name applied to the phenomenon of gemstones exhibiting a luminous star-like shape when cut en cabochon (shaped and polished rather than faceted). The ring is in good condition for its age. Measures: 9.5 size. Authentic Excellent Piece.

353a - 10K Gold Gruen VERI-THIN 17 Jewel Pocket Watch This 10K Gold Gruen Veri-Thin pocket watch gives off a handsome look that is hard to find today. Marked on the inside, "Gruen Veri-Thin Cased And Timed In U.S.A. By the Gruen Watch Co. Keystone 10K Gold Filled 385-586 K110481." The wonderful movement is marked, "Gruen Watch Co. Precision VERI-THIN Seventeen 17 Jewels Switzerland EXC Conoruma" and a serial of 4-200268. This watch features a gold case and white front with gold lettering, the chain loop has very subtle engravings. This is a working watch. It shows good condition for its age, it does show some wear on the case (see photos). It measures 1 5/8" D x 1/4" thick

353b - Eskimo Inuit Whale Bone Face Carving EARLY RARE This lot features an Eskimo Inuit whale bone face carving effigy. The piece is signed with initials EJW. The piece has great bone eyes. Excellent collectors piece. The carving is in good condition for its age. The lower portion of the lips shows two Whale Baleen inlaid pieces. The piece shows the most exquisite and excellent carving. The early piece is believed to be an antique. Measures: 8" H x 7 3/4" W

353c - Blackfoot Parfleche Scabbard & 19th C. Knife This is a Blackfoot Native American Indian Parfleche knife sheath and 19th Century early trade knife. The sheath is all Parfleche and sinew rawhide sewn construction with red mineral painted design. The knife shows an early Deer Antler Horn handle with file worked iron blade and is from the 19th century. These pieces are in good condition for their age, showing some wear. The knife measures 11" L x 1 3/4" W, the sheath measures 9 3/4" L x 3 1/2" H x 1 1/4" W. Age of the scabbard is unknown.

354 - Signed Sketch & The West Of Sandy Ingersoll Book This lot features one of only 100 copies of this book, each with an original sketch by Ingersoll tipped in. This work on the noted Montana artist includes several dozen illustrations of his paintings and drawings. The sketch in this copy is a portrait of an old warrior Indian. Ingersoll was a Montana painter and etcher who studied under O. C. Seltzer. He was ingrained with knowledge of and a love for the old west and horses in particular. This is copy number 59. It is in good condition for its age. It measures 7 1/2" W x 10 5/8" L x 1 13/16" Thick

355 - Early Shell Junior Lighter Fluid Oil Cans c.1920's This pair of early 1920's junior Shell lighter fluid oil cans is a uncommon sight. They are of all metal construction with little or no dents. The red and yellow coloring is bright and vivid. The cans are in good condition for their age, with some signs of use and one handle that has partially separated. They measure 4 3/4" H x 3 3/8" W x 2 7/8" D

356 - Navajo Turquoise And Coral Solver Bolo Tie This is a large excellent Silver bolo tie from a Navajo Native American Indian silversmith. The piece shows wonderful silver worked leaf design with a rich coral and gem quality turquoise stones. The piece is not hallmarked and is on a braided leather piece. The bolo measures 2" W x 1 3/4" L x 5/8" Thick

357 - Navajo Large Old Pawn Silver Bolo Tie Turquoise This is a large excellent Old Pawn Silver bolo tie from a Navajo Native American Indian silversmith. The piece shows wonderful silver worked design with a rich coral and turquoise stones. The piece is not hallmarked and is on a braided leather piece. The bolo measures 2 1/8" W x 1 3/4" L x 3/8" Thick

358 - Framed Old West Watch Fob Collection This is a framed watch fob collection. The collection includes 11 replica watch fobs with a medallion that reads "Tom Mix & Tony" and a photograph of Tom Mix. The fobs and photograph are in good condition. They have been professionally matted and framed. The frame measures 17.5" x 21.5".

359 - Navajo Turquoise, Coral & Silver Concho Belt This is a Navajo sterling silver, coral and turquoise concho belt. The belt features 18 hand tooled silver conchos, each one is set with a turquoise and coral stone and joins with silver loops. The Navajo concho belt is in good condition for its age. It is silver like but untested. Measures: (Concho) 2 1/4" W x 1 3/8" H and the belt is 58 1/2" L

360 - Navajo Sterling Silver & Turquoise Necklace This double strand necklace features a large group of gem quality turquoise separated by glass trade beads, with seven sterling silver hand engraved crosses. The largest cross set at the bottom of the necklace has a gem quality turquoise stone set in it, all but one of the crosses are marked. They all show wonderful detail and quality. The turquoise is Sleeping Beauty. The piece is in good condition. The necklace measures 14" L

361 - Navajo Wide Ruins Wool Rug This lot features a Navajo Wide Ruins pattern Style wearing blanket. The Wide Ruins Navajo rugs borrow from the Chinle rug designs but tend to be much more intricate in design with more colors. This is a 20th century excellent early trade blanket piece. The rug appears to be well made. The piece is in good condition for its age. Measures: 30" W x 30 1/2" L

362 - Navajo Yei Pictorial Rug Fine Wool c. Early 1900 The piece features a fine tightly knotted wool Navajo Native American Indian rug with an excellent Ye’ii (Yei) or Yeibichai pattern. The rug is from early 1900 and shows rich natural dyed coloring. The piece shows five Ye’ii figures each holding a stalk. The outside figure has its torso on one side and bottom half upside down on the other. The piece shows slight age on the outside edge, but is in good condition for its age. Measures 28.5" x 59.5".

363 - Montana Crow Pictorial Beaded Vest Mid-20th C This is a wonderful beaded Indian tanned hide vest from the Montana Crow Native American Indians. The mid 20th century piece features stunning pictorial bead work on both the front and back. The vest is constructed of Indian tanned hide with long cut fringe accenting the middle and is lined with early trade cloth. The pockets and breast are also accented with a stitched red fabric. The front shows two medallions both with glass trade seed beaded frog effigy's. The reverse shows a trophy Elk or Deer and two effigy's that either represent flowers or two suns all in glass trade seed beads. The overall condition of the piece is good . Measures: 11" W x 19" L

363a - Pre-Columbian Mayan Eccentric Obsidian 800-200BC This is an exceptional authentic Pre-Columbian Mayan Obsidian Eccentric Hafted artifact from Belize circa 800 B.C. - 200 B.C. The piece comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Bennett's Artifact Authentication. The piece is from the former collection of Jack Hranicky. The artifact measures 4"L x 1 1/8"W. This comes displayed in a glass top display box that is 4.5"x5.5".

363b - Pre-Columbian Pyrite Tempered Bowl with Punctates This is an authentic Pre-Columbian Central American Pyrite Tempered Clay Bowl with Punctates. The piece shows a well preserved wonderful condition and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Bennett’s Artifact Authentication. The piece is from the collection of Margarite Sullivan. The ancient artifact measures 5.5"L x 2.5"W.

364 - Early Western U.S & Canada License Plates 1933-76 This collection of license plates features ten plates. The plates are 1933 Arizona copper license plate, 1934 California plate, 1942 Oregon plate, 1945 California plate with 1946 tag attached, 1951 California plate, 1956 Arizona plate, 1970 Colorado plate, 1973 Arizona trailer plate, 1976 Canadian Yukon plate, and a 1969 blue and gold California plate. The plates are all in various condition, please review photos for condition.

365 - Early Mid West & Eastern US License Plates 1915-72 This collection of license plates features twelve plates. The license plates are 1915 Indiana plate, 1931 Virginia plate, 1932 Virginia plate, 1932 Iowa plate, 1934 North Dakota plate, 1936 Nebraska plate, 1947 Ohio plate, 1961 Texas plate, 1965 Wisconsin plate, 1966 Iowa plate, 1972 Kansas plate, and a 1986 Maryland plate. All plates are in various condition, please review photos for condition.

366 - Navajo Signed Sterling Silver Engraved Cuff This lot features a Gilbert Begay sterling silver engraved cuff. This cuff features a quietly elegant engraving design, consisting of 14 lines running across the top. The bracelet is polished to a beautiful shine. The piece is marked "Gilbert Begay Sterling". It shows good condition with a heavy construction, and some signs of use. It measures 2 1/2" ID x 1 7/8" W

367 - Navajo Sterling Silver Twisted Bracelet This high quality Navajo bracelet has a unique look. The piece features a twisted design with silver twisted rope, that gives it a appealing look. The bracelet is marked "sterling," and is tested as Sterling. It is in good condition. The bracelet measures 2 5/8" ID x 2 1/4" H

368 - Navajo Sterling & 14K Gold Twisted Bracelet This high quality Navajo bracelet has a unique look. The piece features a twisted design with 14K twisted rope, that gives it a appealing look. This piece has been tested as Sterling and 10-14K gold. It is in good condition. The bracelet measures 2" ID x 1 3/4" H

369 - Montana Silver Smith National Finals Rodeo Jewelry This large collection of Nationals Finals Rodeo is a rare sight, these piece were all made by Montana Silversmiths. The collection include five cuffs, two sets of earrings, and one necklace from the 2009, 2011 and 2012 NFR. All are of high quality and are in good condition. Each comes with its original box.

370 - G.N. & N.P. Railroad Menus & North Coast Cigar This lot features a very cool group of advertising and menus. They include a North Coast Limited cigar box top, North Pacific Railway and Great Northern Railways menus. These pieces give a great glimpse at what was offered on these historic railways. The North Pacific menu is a lithograph image of a small Indian girl and her dog. The pieces are in good condition for their age. They measure 10 1/8" L x 7" W, 11" L x 7" W, and 8 3/8" L x 6 3/8" W

371 - Montana Wild Buffalo Fur Hide Rug This is a Montana taken Wild Great American Bison Buffalo hide rug. The bull rug shows fair condition hide and fur with a rich coloring. This would display very well on the floor, wall, or over a piece of furniture. Large Buffalo Rug rare to be wild and not from a farm. Measure 72" L x 57" W. Showing fair condition.

372 - Tanned Grey Fox Hide This lot features a tanned grey fox hide. The hide has been sewed into a tube perfect for future use as a mount or fashion accent piece. The hide has been professionally prepared by a taxidermist. It is not experiencing shedding or discoloration. The overall condition of the piece is good for its age. Measures: 38" L x7 1/2" W

373 - Pair Of Roe Deer Black Forest Mounts This pair of Roe deer mounts are set on wooden plaques that display the pieces well. The antlers are full of character and are impressive size for a roe deer. The pieces were prepared by a professional taxidermist. They are in good condition, but one of the mounts appears to have been cracked down the middle of the skull (see photos). They measures 11" H x 4 3/8" W x 8" D and 12" H x 4 3/8" W x 5" D

374 - A Portrait Of Sheep And Sheep Hunting Book This lot features stories of exciting record breaking sheep hunts. The pictures of these hunts show some incredible photos of taken sheep. The overall condition of the book is good with little wear. The book measures 8 3/4" W x 11 1/4" L x 3/4" Thick

375 - Early Rare Stereo Viewer And Cards Collection This lot features a large collection of stereo view cards and a stereo viewer. The collection of 106 cards have a great range of different scenes from around the world from the early 20 and late 19th centuries. A good majority of the cards features a description of what the photos are. The pieces are all in good overall condition for their age. The stereo viewer measures 12 1/2" L x 5 3/8" W

376 - WWII Army Colt 1911 Boyt 43 Shoulder Holster This lot features a WWII army colt 1911 Boyt 43 Shoulder Holster. Issued by the army during WWII shoulder holsters like this one where designed for the colt 1911.From 1941 through 1945, The Boyt Harness Company produced millions of pieces of equipment destined for American offensives in both the European and Pacific theaters as tens of thousands of teachers, farmers, office workers and tradesmen were transformed into the largest standing fighting force in the nation’s history. This holster is missing the over shoulder strap as well has has been cut in the back but the leather and snaps appear to be in good condition. The piece is marked on the back U.S. Boyt 43. The overall condition of the piece is fair. Measures: 11 1/2" H x 6" W

377 - US MI Carbine M4 Pal Bayonet Dagger & Belt This lot features a US MI Carbine M4 Pal bayonet and belt. The knife has the original leather grips. It also has its issued sheath. The knife is in good condition showing little signs of wear. The overall condition of the set is good for its age. Measures: 20" L x 12" H x 6 3/4" Blade length

378 - Early Montana Cabinet Cards This lot features 34 Montana Cabinet cards. The cards show glimpses into what life and people were like in the late 19 and early 20th century here in Montana. Some of the places the pictures are taken are Butte, White Sulphur, Forsyth, and others. The cards are in good condition for their age.

379 - 5.0ct Aqua Crystal This lot features a 5.0ct Aqua crystal. The crystal is form Brazil and is professionally cut. 5.0ct. The gemstone comes in a protective case. The overall condition is good for its age. Measures: 11 x 10

380 - George Lawrence Co Leather Holster c. 1910-40's This quality made leather holster is from the well known George Lawrence saddlery. This holster is marked with the company logo that show it was made from 1910 to 1940. This holster is believed to be a special order from a nazi officer before the second world war two. It is in good condition for its age, but the button does not catch. It is marked "14 Geo Lawrence Co. Portland Or. 38 S." It measures 10" L x 5 3/8" W x 1 1/4" Thick

381 - Montana National Park Guide Book and Pamphlets This lot features a collection of Yellowstone and Glacier National Park pamphlets and guide books. The pieces included are "Haynes Guide the complete Yellowstone Handbook, Yellowstone park camp map pamphlet and Glacier National Park fifth edition National Parks Portfolio. The pieces are all in good condition for their age. The largest guide book measures 9 1/8" L x 5 7/8

382 - First Edition The Battle For Butte by M. Malone This first edition book is on the history of Butte from 1864-1906. The author was the late Michael P. Malone was president of Montana State University in Bozeman and author of C. Ben Ross and the New Deal in Idaho and coauthor, with Richard B. Roeder and William L. Lang, of Montana: A History of Two Centuries. William L. Lang is professor of history at Portland State University. Since it was first published in 1981, The Battle for Butte has remained the most sophisticated account of the events in Butte and the best treatment of the influence of copper in the political history of Montana. The book is in good condition, with wear on the dust jacket. It measures 9 3/8" L x 6 1/4" W x 1" Thick

383 - History Of The American Fur Trade Of The Far West This lot features volume 1 and 2 of the series of books called History of the Fur Trade of the Far West. The author Chittenden brought to this enduring work an appreciation of geography and a feeling for the lives and times of colorful trappers and mountain men like Manuel Lisa, William H. Ashley, the Sublette brothers, Jedediah Smith, Jim Bridger, and Kenneth McKenzie. He provided a comprehensive view of the fur trade that still remains sound. The books come with a map of the Trans - Mississippi territory. The books are in good condition for their age. They measures 8 1/2" L x 5 3/4" W x 1 1/2" Thick

384 - Butte Montana Brass Miner Carbide Lamp Collection This lot features a Butte Montana collection of Autolite and Guy Dropper miners headlamps. Miner's lamps such as this one were used in the late 1800's into the 1900's. The lamps all show good condition with some wear appropriate with age. The lamps look to be fairly complete pieces. They measures 3 3/4" H x 2 " D

385 - Rare Pair Of Miner's Carbide Lamps This pair of Justrite and Guy Dropper Carbide Miner's lamps is a unique collection. The Justrite lamp features a large reflector, the lamp as a whole is in good condition for its age. The Guy Dropper lamp features a carrying bracket, and is in good condition. Both look to be in completely condition. The Guy Dropper measures 9 1/2" H x 6" D and the Justrite measures 7 1/4" D reflector dish and 6" Depth

386 - WWII M1 Helmet & Liner With Brass Plate This lot features a rare WWII M1 Helmet with liner and brass plate. the helmet is marked 2nd armored Div. and below that has a U.S. Army brass plate. The helmet was painted black. Inside it is marked Richard D. Miller R.A. 34983751. The helmet has its original linear. It is in good condition for its age. Measures: 10 5/8" L x 8 1/2" W x 5" H

387 - Antique 6-Lever Champion Brass Padlock With Key This lot features a Champion 6-lever brass padlock with key. Popular with both lock pick enthusiasts and collectors, 6-lever locks where first patented by Daniel K. Miller on July 26, 1870. The first padlocks produced by the D.K. Miller Lock Company were plain, with the company name and original patent date stamped on the front of the lock. This lock does appear to have all 6 levers and works great with the push key design. It is in good condition for its age. Measures: 2 1/4" Diameter x 5/8" H

388 - Signed Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle by Katie Lee This signed first edition copy of Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle is a great example. It is a telling of the history of the American Cowboy in Song, Story, and Verse. It is illustrated by William Moyers. The book is in good condition, with little to no wear. It measure 9 1/2" H x 6 1/2" W x 1 1/8" Thick

389 - Milton's Paradise Lost Illustrated by Gustave Dore Paradise Lost is an epic poem in blank verse by the 17th-century English poet John Milton (1608–1674). It is considered by critics to be Milton's major work, and it helped solidify his reputation as one of the greatest English poets of his time. This version has wonderful illustrations that really highlight some of the scenes. The book is in good condition for its age. It measures 12" H x 9 3/4" W x 3/4" Thick

390 - Early Old West Book Collection This lot features a great group of books on the old west. The books include Pathfinders of the West copyright 1904 printed 1923, Hunting in the Great West copyright 1883 printed 1888 5th edition and Last American Frontier copyright 1910 and printed 1910 first edition. The books all show good condition for their age. The largest measures 5 1/4" W x 7 1/2" H x 1 1/2" Thick

391 - WWI Trench Art Artillery Shell Casing Bowel This lot features WWI trench art bowl. The bowl is made out of a German Shell. The bowl is marked with 563, Polte Magdeburg, Aug 1916 , and SP252. The Sp252 is a Control/inspection mark for Patronenfabrik Polte Magdeburg. The bowl holds amazing detail for its age. It is in good condition for its age. Measures: 4 1/2" H x 6" Diameter

392 - Red Foley Plainsman Guitar c.1940 This lot features a Plainsman Red Foley six string guitar. These plainsman guitars were made to go along with the famous cowboys and their movies of the day, they were made and distributed by the Sears Roebuck Co. The guitar is in use but good condition, but it does have a split. It measures 36" L x 13" W

393 - Anaconda Copper Mining Company Cast Arrowheads This is a collection of 5 copper arrowheads from the Anaconda Copper Mining Company in Anaconda, Montana. It is believed these are either test ingots or were perhaps made as end of day pours from one of he shops at the smelter. Each one is made from solid copper and features beautiful toning. They measure 1 7/8" L x 1 1/4" W

394 - Western Tooled Leather Hunter Holster & Belt This lot features a western tooled leather hunter holster and belt. The holster is designed to hold a 22 caliber. The belt has a stunning floral design. The holster has excellent craftsmanship. It is in good condition for its age. Measures: 17" W x 11" H

395 - Brauer Bros Holster Belt This lot features a Brauer Bros holster and belt. The holster is marked and has the signature Brauer Bros MFG CO St Louis buttons on the holster. Brauer Bros was a very successful company and many of their leather goods are highly sort after. This piece is in good condition for its age. Measures: 19" W x 10" H

396 - Stillwater Mine Ore Sample Palladium & Platinum This lot features a Stillwater Mine Ore sample from Montana of Palladium and Platinum. Stillwater Mining Company is a palladium and platinum mining company with headquarters located at Littleton, Colorado, United States. It is the only palladium and platinum producer in the USA. These ore samples came from there Montana operations at the Stillwater mine. Both samples appear to be in good condition. Measures: 5" H x 3" W x 3" D, 4" H x 2 1/2' W x 1 1/2" D

397 - Collection Of Early Prison I.D. Cards This lot features a collection of ten early prison I.D. cards. The cards themselves come from a State Reformatory in Monroe Washington and the State Penitentiary in Walla Walla Washington. The IDs range form the 30s and 40s. Most of the IDs are filled out with the prisoners information. the overall condition of the set is good for there age. Measures: 5 1/2" H x 3 1/2" W,

398 - Navajo Turquoise Bracelet Collection This lot features a collection of Navajo Turquoise bracelets. All of the six bracelets in this collection feature stunning polished turquoise stones and show good craftsmanship. The bear claw bracelet is marked sterling. The overall condition of the collection is good for each of the pieces respective ages. Measures: 3" C, 4 1/2" C, 4 1/2" C, 4" C, 3 1/2" C, 4" C

399 - Navajo Turquoise & Finely Made Bracelet Collection This lot features a collection of Navajo turquoise and onyx bracelets. The five bracelets in this collection feature stunning polished turquoise stones, polished onyx, and fine engravings, and show good craftsmanship. The overall condition of the collection is good for each of the pieces respective ages. Three of the pieces are marked. Measures: 2 1/2" ID, 2 3/8" ID, 2 1/4" ID, 2 1/8" ID, and 2 1/4" ID

400 - Navajo Silver Cuff Bracelet This is a pawn piece from the 1920-1940’s. It is hand worked by the Navajo Native Americans and features tool work across the face. The engraving is of good quality and the bracelet is in good condition. Measures 2 3/8" D

401 - Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Signs This is a pair of Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge signs. The signs are made from aluminum and feature colorful graphics. The signs are in good condition. Each one measures 9" x 9".

402 - Large Collection Of First Cover Stamps This lot features a large collection of first cover stamps. There are 22 folders, all full of first day covers, ranging from the flags of the fifty states to the Queens Silver Jubilee. Combined this is an incredible collection. The collection is in good condition.

403 - Maxitone Baritone Ukulele This lot features a Maxitone Baritone ukulele. The ukulele is of a high quality construction. It is a pleasingly simple design. The piece is in good condition, but looks to need the bridge reattached. It comes with several strings, two tuning keys, and case. The piece measures 20 3/4" L x 6 1/2" W x 2 1/4" Thick

404 - Signed Group Of Hand Painted Mini Decoys This signed group of decoys are impressively painted and carved. The fowl featured are a hen mallard, drake mallard, and common loon. The paint is bright and detailed and the glass eyes have a nice shine. They are all signed on the bottom. They are in good condition. They measure 7 1/2" L x 2 1/4" W x 3 1/8" H

405 - Collection of Montana Advertising Signs This lot features a Spanish Peaks Brewing Company advertising sign and two Madison River fishing signs. Spanish Peaks brewing is located right here in Bozeman, MT. All the signs have vibrant paint and beautiful illustration of the companies labels. The Madison river signs are based off local designs. The sign is in good condition for its age. Measures: 18" W x 27" L

406 - Collection Of Leather Holsters This lot features a collection of leather holsters. The first holster in this lot is a U.S. leather holster marked 1953. The holster is also marked R.I.A., MRT. The second holster in this lot is has a stunning custom tooled leather design. It does not have a markers mark. Third and finally we have a custom designed leather gun belt and holster. It does not have a markers mark. All three holsters are in fair condition for their age. Measures: ( In Order Listed Above) 9" H x 5" W, 10" H x 4 1/2" W, x 10" H x 5" W x 19" Diameter

407 - Custom Deer Antler Handle Knife This antler handle knife features a ornate design and high quality construction. The handle has a polished antler, brass, and wood features. The blade is polished a has a sharp edge. The knife is unmarked and is in good condition. It measures 8 1/8" L x 3 1/2" blade length

408 - Custom Handmade Antler Handled File Knife This lot features a custom designed antler handled knife. The handle is made of a large antler, with the file knife set securely in it. The knife is made out of a file and polished to a nice shine. The knife is in good condition. It measures 19" L x 8" blade length

409 - Engraved Spurs With Leather Straps These spurs feature a beautiful engraved leaf design. The engraving is very detailed and shows well. The leather straps are supple and show little wear. The roundel and straps feature a brass construction. The piece shows good overall condition. The measure 5 1/2" L x 3 3/4" W with a 7/8" roundel

410 - Signed I Was Hitler's Prisoner by Douglas Stewart This rare signed copy tells of a harrowing tale in Germany prisoner of war camps. The story is of a Christian pastor who was caught in the grips of WWII. This book is in good condition for its age, with some wear. It measures 5 1/2" W x 7 1/2" H x 1/2" Thick

411 - Life of Kit Carson by Charles Burdett This is "Life of Kit Carson; The Great Western Hunter and Guide" by Charles Burdett published circa 1902. The book provides a brief history of the famed frontiersman's adventures in the early to mid 1800's. The book features riveting text with intermingled illustrations. The book is in good condition. It measures 5.25" x 7.5".

412 - Collection of Early Kids Toy Cars This lot features a collection of early kids toy cars. The first car is an early tin litho car with doll. Next in this lot, we have a Hubley kidde toy car. The Hubley Manufacturing Company produced a wide range of cast-iron toys, doorstops, and bookends. Third in this lot is a red Auburn rubber racer. The Auburn Rubber Company was a rubber products manufacturer best known for its line of children's toys. In the 1920s, the company changed its name to the Auburn Rubber Company, phased out its production of tires and introduced new products such as rubber sheets for shoe soles. In 1935, it began making rubber toys, including a variety of toy cars, trucks, tractors and animals. Most vehicles were four to eight inches in length and cast in a variety of colors. Finally in this lot we have a Marx toy truck. The overall condition of the toys is fair for their age. Measures: (In Order Listed Above) 7" W x 3 1/2" H x 3" D, 9" W x 3" H x 3 1/2" D, 10" W x 3" H x 4" D, 11" W x 3 3/4" H x 4" D

413 - Green Malachite Navajo Necklace This lot features a green malachite Navajo necklace. The piece is marked sterling and with the artist name of M. Spencer. Malachite name derives from Greek molochitis lithos or "mallow-green stone". The mineral was given this name due to its resemblance to the leaves of the mallow plant. The necklace is in good condition for its age. Measures: 14" L

414 - 3.6ct & Pair Of 2.4ct Oregon Sunstone Set This lot features a set of three Oregon Sunstone gemstones. First in this set is a 3.6ct Oregon Sunstone with a striking gold orange look. Next we have a pair of heart shape Oregon sunstone 2.4ct gemstones. All the stones have been professionally cut. The set comes in protective cases. The overall condition of the set is good for its age. Measures: (In order listed above): 1/2" L x 3/8" W, 8x8mm

415 - Custom Hand Hammered Copper Candelabra This handsome hand hammered copper candelabra features seven candle holders set in six arms and one centrally located. The copper is bright and creates a pleasing look. The candelabra is in good condition. It measures 13 1/2" D x 10" H

416 - Turquoise Heishi Necklace This lot features a turquoise heishi necklace. The stones are beautifully polished and bring out stunning color in each. The necklace is an excellent example of heishi. The piece is tied together by two well polished medallion stones. It is in good condition for its age. Measures: 14 1/2" Diameter

417 - Light Polished Turquoise Necklace & Earring Set This lot features a lightly polished turquoise necklace and earring set. The light polish brings the stones color out while still preserving the turquoise rough edges providing for a more natural look. The stones have an original marble look. The earrings mirror the natural beauty of the necklace. The overall condition of the set is good for its age. Measures: 9" Diameter

418 - .60ct Nature Green Emerald This lot features a .60ct nature emerald. The emerald has a striking green color. It has been professionally cut. .60ct. The piece has a protective case. It is in good overall condition. Measures:4.5 x 4.5mm

419 - Montana Key & Watch Fobs & Pins Collection This lot features a collection of 15 Montana advertising metal tags. The tags are 1913 Montana A.F & A.M Helena, 1934 Anaconda mining Co. Ford Expo 99.99 Zinc, 1907 C.A Munson Lothrop Mont., 1938 Anaconda Winter Sports Carnival Booster Pin, Torgerson Bros Auto Anaconda, Mont., First state bank of Hilger Hilger, Mont., Mocking Bird Whiskey Stulz Bros Kansas City, MO., 2 32nd Annual encampment V.F.W Havre June 1954 coins, Montana & Pioneers SD, Helena 39-er 1939, Red Lodge 1 Miners Union, Society of Montana Pioneers 40th annual reunion Deer Lodge 1923, Society of Montana Pioneers Missoula Aug. 1927, and 1912 Montana State Convention. The pins and fobs are in good condition for their age, review photos for condition.

420 - 14.50ct Trid Pure Pink Topaz Heart This lot features a 14.50ct trid pure pink topaz heart. The gemstone is professionally cut into a heart shape. Topaz is one of the most sort after gemstones for there hardness and striking colors. Index score is 14.50ct. Comes in a protective case. It is in good overall condition. Measures: 16 x 16 mm

421 - Large Art Deco Metal Cast Womens Portrait This lot features an art deco metal cast women's portrait. The portrait is designed to give the feel of an greco-roman coin. The casting is stunning and filled with detail. The piece is great for nearly any decor. It is in good condition for its age. Measures: 12 1/2" Diameter

422 - Antique Oriental Floral Vase With Display Stand This lot features an antique oriental floral vase with display stand. The vase depicts a stunning floral pattern with amazing custom designed waterfowl art. The lot includes a display stand with the vase. Would make an excellent decor piece. The overall condition of the items is good for their age. Measures: 36" H x 9" W

423 - Original Bill Zivic Framed Watercolor Painting This is an original Bill Zivic framed watercolor. The painting is titled "Cheyenne Trails" and shows a Cheyenne warrior on horseback riding over rolling hills. The painting shows fine detail and is in good condition. It has been signed by the artist and is professionally matted and framed. The frame measures 12" x 14".

424 - WWIII M1 Bayonet For Garand M1 & Model 1903 This lot features a WWII M1 bayonet for use on the M1 Garand and model 1903 Springfield rifle. The bayonet is Marked " U.F.H., U.O.S." The 'M' series of bayonets was initiated in 1905, and continues in use to the present. There have been several modifications to the original design, the greatest being with the introduction of the M1 sub-series near the end of World War II. The piece is in fair condition for its age. Measures: 14 1/4" L x 10" Blade Length

425 - Collection of M1 Helmet Liners & USMC Cover This lot features a group of six M1 helmet liners and one USMC cover. The helmet liners are Combat type 1 May 1969, WWII liner made by Seaman Paper Co. marked with a S, M1 liner with Sergeant stripes marked with a W and made in 1954, M1 Liner made 1969-1988 ground troops type 1, US Army M1 liner Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. M1 Type 1 made 1963-68, and M1 liner Parachute made 1966-68 .The cover is in good condition but is missing the hat band. It is size 6 3/4.

426 - Custom Hand Tooled Leather Purse This lot features a custom hand tooled leather purse. The tooling is very well done and shows great detail. It depicts several flowers and a galloping horse. It has five pockets, one of which is zippered. This purse is in good condition, it does show some use and the brass clasp needs to be attached, but no major blemishes. It measures 10 1/2" H x 10 1/2" W

427 - Navajo Klagetoh Pattern Wool Rug This is a Navajo Native American hand dyed and knotted rug. The 100% wool rug features a distinct Klagetoh pattern. Klagetoh, which means "Hidden Springs" is a community south of Ganado, AZ and about 10 miles north of Wide Ruins on the Navajo Reservation. This rug is most likely from the mid to late 1900's. It is in good condition. It measures 28" L x 21 1/2" W

428 - Navajo Yei Pattern Wool Rug This lot features a Navajo Native American Yei or Yeibichai pattern rug. The Yei Navajo rugs begin in the Northwest corner of the reservation, in the early part of the 20th century. This rug is made of wool. It is in good condition for its age. Measures: 19 3/8" W x 15 1/2" H

429 - Glen Cree Mohair Angor Diamond Fiber Blanket This lot features a Mohair blanket made by Glen Cree. The blanket’s design is similar to that of the Royal Stewart pattern. This blanket is a 100% Mohair which is from the hair of an Angora goat. Both durable and resilient, mohair is notable for its high luster and sheen, which has helped give it the nickname the "Diamond Fiber." The blanket is in good condition for its age and shows little signs of use. Measures: 73" L x 49" W

429a - Norwegian Painted Turned Wood Bowl 19th C. This is an excellent Norwegian turned wood lidded bowl from the 18th to 19th century. The piece shows hand engraving across the entire piece with original early paint. This piece shows beautiful engraving and vivid yellows and reds, the engraving having good detail. This piece has great patina and is in good condition. It measures 7" D x 6" H.

430 - Early Cast Company Name Plaques Collection This lot features three late 19th to early 20th century company name plaques. Two are cast iron while the third is cast aluminum. The plaques are Pioneer, Central St. Louis(railroad) and Detroit Stove Works. The pieces are in good condition for their age. They measure 12 1/2" L x 2 1/4" W, 12 5/8" L x 2 3/4" W and 13 3/8" L x 2 7/16" W

431 - Collection Of Knives & Blade Sharpener This lot features a collection of three knives and a blade sharpener. First up in this lot we have a Schrade Uncle Henry folding knife with leather case and Schrade knife sharpener. Next in this lot we have a filed down K-Bar knife with a custom handle and leather case. Finally we have a Case xx limited edition salute to the free masonry folding knife. This limited edition knife comes with a certificate of authenticity and is in its original collectors box. The overall condition of the collection is fair. Measures: ( In Order Listed Above) 8 1/2" L x 3 1/2" BL, 7 3/4" L x 4" BL, 6" L x 2 3/4" BL

432 - Early Rockmount Nickel Silver & Brass Belt Buckle This Rockmount belt buckle features some fantastic hand worked engravings. The engraving is detailed, with a unique look. The piece has a brass horseshoe set in the center of the buckle that shows great detail as well. The piece is marked "Rockmount Denver, Colo. Nickel Silver." It is in good condition for its age, with signs of use. It measures 2 5/8" W x 2 3/8" H x 3/8" Thick

433 - Smokey Bear U.S. Forest Service Porcelain Sign This is a Smokey Bear porcelain enamel sign. Smokey Bear was adopted by the U.S. Forest Service back in the 1940's as part of their campaign to prevent forest fires. This sign shows a book of matches with Smokey's face. The sign is in good condition. It measures 11" x 7.75".

434 - Red Devil Cement Bag & Shirt Three Forks Montana This is an original Red Devil linen cement bag from Three Forks, Montana. The bag shows the devil graphics and reads "Three-Forks Portland Cement Co. Trident & Hanover". T-shirt is from the 100 year anniversary of the plant. Shirt is a size LARGE. The bag is in good, used condition. It measures 15.5" x 27.5".

435 - Collection of Meerschuaum Pipes This lot features a collection of two meerschaum pipes. The first pipe in this lot depicts a stunningly detailed mans face. The stem has broken off of the piece. The second pipe depicts a horse. The horse has great amounts of detail. The head of the horse has broken off however. This pipe also comes with a case. Both piece display great craftsmanship. The overall condition of both pieces is fair. Measure: 2 3/4" H x 3" D x 1 3/4" W, 4" L x 1 1/2" H x 3/4" D

436 - Antique Tool Collection This lot features a collection of antique tools. The tools are: a hand forged bark scraper featuring turned smooth handles mounted solidly to the forged blade; a hand made hoof knife. with hand hammered blade set in a bone handle; a brass and rose wood sliding t-bevel. All the tools are in good condition with lots of character. Bark scraper measures 5 3/8" W x 7 1/4" L and 4" Blade length. Hoof knife measures 8 5/8" L x 3 1/8" BL. The t bevel measures 10 3/4" L folded

437 - Early Soda King Seltzer Bottle This lot features a Soda King seltzer bottle that is chrome plated with viewing windows. The bottom of the chrome plating has three black lines that adds a nice look to the piece . The piece is in complete condition and shows good condition overall. It measures 12 1/4" H x 4 1/4" D with the handle being 6 3/4" L

438 - Silver Plated Buckle & Accessory Collection This is a collection of silver plated belt buckles and accessories. One of the buckles is marked "R&B Denver Colorado". The other buckle, necklace, earrings and brooches were made by Montana Silversmiths. The buckles and accessories are in good condition. The belt buckles measure 2.5" x 2.75".

439 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Pendants This is a pair of Navajo sterling silver and turquoise pendants. The larger pendant shows a shadowbox design with a turquoise cabochon set in the center. It is marked "Sterling" with an arrow hallmark on the back. The smaller pendant shows a turquoise stone set in the center with an accent border. Both pendants are in good condition. The larger pendant measures 1" x 2".

440 - Gold & Silver Men's Bracelet This lot features a gold and silver men's bracelet. The bracelet is marked 925 and 14k gold. The piece appears to be in good overall condition. Measures:9 1/2" L

441 - B/O Japanese Tin Litho Space Tank This is a B/O Japanese Space Tank Gryo Action ME091. The toy features tin litho graphics and comes in the original box. The tank is in very good, near mint condition. The box measures 5.25" x 5.25" x 9.75".

442 - 1.6ct Oval Tanziante Cut Gemstone This lot features a 1.6ct oval tanzanite gemstone. The gemstone has been professionally cut. Tanzanite is a trade name that was first used by Tiffany and Company for gem-quality specimens of the mineral zoisite with a blue color. The name "tanzanite" was given because the world's only known tanzanite deposit of commercial importance is in northern Tanzania. It has become the second most popular blue gem after sapphire. The gem comes in a protective case. It is in good condition for its age. Measures: 8 x 6mm

443 - Taiyo Big Machine Bump'n Go Car This is a Taiyo Big Machine Bump'n Go battery operated car. The car uses 2 "C" batteries. The car is in very good condition and comes with the original box. The box measures 5" x 10.5" x 2.75".

444 - Pair Of WWII Military Snow Shoes This lot features a pair of WWII Military snow shoes. The canvas straps and webbing appear to be intact and in stunning condition. The pair would make a great decor piece for any collector. The overall condition of the set is good for its age. Measures: 18 1/4" L x 9 1/2" W x 1 1/2" D

445 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Bear Claw Pendant This is a Navajo sterling silver and turquoise bear claw pendant. The claw is capped with sterling silver and set with a turquoise cabochon. The Navajo pendant is in good condition. It measures 1.5" long.

446 - Navajo Handmade Concho Bracelet Ring & Clip On's This lot features a handmade Concho set of Navajo jewelry. The set includes a bracelet, ring and pair of earrings. The pieces have a brilliant silver shine and show good craftsmanship. The overall condition of the set is good for its age. Measures: (Bracelet) 7" D x 1" W, (Ring) Size: 6

447 - Custom Antler Handle Skinning Knife & Sheath This custom made Montana skinning knife shows excellent quality and a good edge. The knife handle is made of antler, wood and brass which have been polished to a a smooth feel. The blade is perfect for skinning being easily maneuverable. The sheath is high quality thick leather secured with rawhide stitching. The sheath is marked with a image of a bighorn sheep and the knife is marked "7-IH." Both are in good condition. The knife measures 6 1/4" L x 1 3/4" W with a 2" blade length, the sheath measures 5 3/4" L x 1 7/8" W

448 - Navajo Turquoise Forged Metal Ring This lot features a Navajo Turquoise forged metal ring. The ring has a large striking turquoise stone. Underneath the stone is the markers mark. The ring itself has a beautiful hand forged look. It is in good condition for its age. Size: 7

449 - Navajo Handmade Metal Concho Bracelet & Ring This lot features a Navajo handmade metal Concho bracelet and ring. Both the ring and bracelet have a good silver shine and are handmade. Neither piece has a makers mark. The piece is in good condition for its age. Measures: 4" Diameter , Size: 5

450 - Navajo Handmade Concho Bracelet Ring & Earrings This lot features a Navajo handmade Concho bracelet ring and earrings set. The set shows excellent craftsmanship. All the piece have a brilliant silver shine. The earrings are clip-ons. The overall condition of the pieces is good for there age. Measures: ( Bracelet) 5" D x 3/4" W, (Ring) Size: 5

451 - Large Vintage Cartridge Collection This lot features a large collection of unfired and fired brass, they are a total of 37 unfired cartridges and five fired with one bullet. Some of the cartridges and other items are 37mm Pom-Pom bullet, 25x94R, 50- 90, 40-90, 45-90, 40-70, and several others. There are three original ammo boxes as well. All the pieces are in good condition for their age.

452 - Early WWI Prussian Military Belt Buckles c1910-15 This lot features four belt buckles from the first world war. Three of them have roundels with the phrase "Gott Mit Uns" (God is with us). One of the buckles is from before the war due to its brass construction, while the other two are mid war variants. The fourth buckle is a steel buckle with a golden crown set on it. The buckles are in good condition for their age. The buckles measure 2 1/2" W x 2 13/16" H x 7/8" Thick

453 - Jukar Percussion Black Powder Pistol 45 Cal. This lot features a Spanish made Jukar 45 Cal. black powder percussion pistol. This pistol has brass and case hardened furniture that adds to the appealing look of this pistol. There is no FFL required for this firearm. It is in good condition, but the hammer does not look to line up completely with the percussion nipple and the ram rod is missing. It measures 12 1/2" L x 1 5/8" W with a barrel length of 7"

454 - The Yellowstone Chittenden Book Collection 1903 This lot has two fourth edition Yellowstone books. The books contain several prints of places in Yellowstone, as well as talking about the history of the park. Each book has a fold out map of the park in the back. Both maps are in good condition. The books are in good condition for their age, but one does have more wear(see photos). The book measure 7 3/4" H x 5 3/4" W x 1 1/4" Thick

455 - Signed First Edition Toll Mountain Robert McCaig This western story is a great story of a hero involving battles with gangs of killers for a freight empire. This is a signed first edition of “Toll Mountain”. It is in good condition for its age. This book was published in 1953 by Dodd, Mead & Company and printed by Hallmark-Hubner Press, New York. It measures 5 1/4" W x 7 5/8" H x 7/8" Thick

456 - Gold Bear Claw Necklace This lot features a gold bear claw necklace. The gold not tested. The necklace has a large bear claw pendent with a decorative gold inlay. The claw appears to be in fair condition. The overall condition of the piece is fair. Measures: 14" L

457 - Silver Peace Dollar Belt Buckle This lot features a silver piece dollar belt buckle. The buckle has what appears to be a set in 1928 Peace dollar. The Peace dollar is a United States dollar coin minted from 1921 to 1928, and again in 1934 and 1935. Designed by Anthony de Francisci, the coin was the result of a competition to find designs emblematic of peace. Its obverse represents the head and neck of the Goddess of Liberty in profile, and the reverse depicts a bald eagle at rest clutching an olive branch, with the legend "Peace". The coin is encompassed by a floral design. It is in a fair overall condition. Measures: 3" L x 2" W

458 - Special Edtion Stainless Steel Invicta Watch This lot features a special edition stainless steel Invictia watch. Made in the USA this watch has sapphire crystals and water resistance to 100M. Founded in 1837, Invictia, Latin for " Invincible" has a proud tradition of quality watches. The watch is not functioning currently. It is in good condition for its age. Measures: 6" wrist, 2" Diameter

459 - Bulova Woman's Watch This lot features a Bulova woman's watch. The watch does function. Bulova, an American brand, is known for its innovation, craftsmanship and advanced technology. Since 1875, when founder Joseph Bulova opened his store on Maiden Lane in downtown Manhattan, Bulova has remained true to his legacy—mastering the classic art of timekeeping while always embracing the future. The watch is in good condition for its age. Measures: 4 "wrist x 1" Diameter

460 - Mountain Man Canteen With Leather Sling This lot feature a mountain man with a leather sling and fringe. This piece is covered on both sides with cloth and has crimped metal around the edge with a cork stopper at the top. The piece is in good condition. It measures 9 1/4" D x 4" Thick

460a - Badger Pelt This lot features a Badger pelt. The pelt has been professionally tanned. Does not appear to be experiencing shedding. The overall condition is fair for its age. Measures: 22" W x 25" L

461 - Rhode Island Sheriff's Dep. Honor Guard Badge This is a State of Rhode Island Sheriff's Department Honor Guard badge. The piece has a brass construction with etched star and large round shield in center with blue enamel lettering and the impressive State of Rhode Island seal with the Hope Anchor. Good condition measures 3"x3".

462 - Hopi Mosaic Inlaid Silver Bear Brooch This is a sterling silver inlaid mosaic bear effigy brooch or pin from the Hopi Native American Indians. The piece shows the traditional bear effigy design with heart line arrow and a wonderful inlaid mosaic horseshoe around the feet. The inlay shows coral and lapis with an unidentified top and bottom stone. Signed, "Sterling V C (copyright)." Measures 1 1/8"x1 5/8".




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