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Auctioneer North American Auction Company 4066006929
Auction Date Nov 18 Auction
Location
34156 E. Frontage Rd
Bozeman, MT
Time 10:00AM
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  • Lot# 1 - Thomas Singer Navajo Sterling S

    Lot# 1 - Thomas Singer Navajo Sterling S

  • Lot# 2 - Thomas Singer Sterling Gold Fil

    Lot# 2 - Thomas Singer Sterling Gold Fil

  • Lot# 3 - Thomas Singer Navajo Sterling T

    Lot# 3 - Thomas Singer Navajo Sterling T

  • Lot# 4 - Navajo Multi-Stone Fetish Heshe

    Lot# 4 - Navajo Multi-Stone Fetish Heshe

Auction Listing
AuctionZip Auctioneer ID# 26589
Set your calendars for our upcoming Premier Firearms, Old Western, & Antique American Auction, Saturday November 18th at 10am. This will be a live auction with online live and absentee bidding available. The auction features over 500 rare and important items including many Early Firearms, Collection of Regional Firearms, 1927 Chevy Truck, 1947 Studebaker Champion Starlight Two-Door Coupe, Advertising, Montana History, and Excellent 19th Century Native American Indian Weapons and Artifacts. The tremendous sale shows fine rare and collectible items from the very first to last lot, so make sure to check out the entire sale. Shipping is available for all items, including firearms, at the buyer's expense. Phone Bidding available, to sign up visit our website and click the Phone Bidders tab. Auction Saturday November 18th at 10am, doors open at 8am Preview Friday November 17th from 10am to 5pm Mountain Time Call 800-686-4216 for more information. A 20% Buyers Premium will be in affect for all Online Bidding.

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1 - Thomas Singer Navajo Sterling Squash Blossom This is an original Navajo Native American Indian sterling silver squash blossom made by Thomas Singer. The squash blossom is made from solid sterling silver with a beautiful handmade naja flanked on each side by 8 blossoms. The back of the naja is marked "Sterling" and is signed "TS". The squash blossom is in good condition. The pendant measures 2.5" x 2.5" and the necklace is 29.25" long.

2 - Thomas Singer Sterling Gold Filled Navajo Cuff This is a Navajo Native American Indian sterling silver and gold filled cuff made by Thomas Singer. The cuff is made from solid sterling silver with gold filled kokopelli and center accents. The center accent is set with a fantastic onyx cabochon. The back of the cuff is marked "Thomas 1/20 12K G.F. Sterling". The Navajo cuff is in good condition. It measures 2" x 2.5" and is 1" wide.

3 - Thomas Singer Navajo Sterling Turquoise Cuff This is a Navajo Native American Indian sterling silver and turquoise cuff made by Thomas Singer. The cuff is made from solid sterling silver and features a Red Mountain Turquoise cabochon in the center. The back of the cuff is marked "Sterling" and is signed "TS". The Navajo cuff is in good condition. It measures 2" x 2.5" and is 1" wide.

4 - Navajo Multi-Stone Fetish Heshe Bead Necklace This item is a Navajo Native American Indian bird fetish necklace. Each of the two strands boasts sixteen expertly carved fetish charms - with two coyotes, and thirty small birds. The charms range in material from turquoise, to mother of pearl, etc... The necklace strands themselves are adorned with a large amount of beautiful heshe beads. The necklace claps together with two hook and loop style sterling silver aglets. The necklace is in good condition overall, there is one bird with a chipped off tail. The necklace measures approximately 28 1/4" long when it is unclasped and stretched out.

5 - Zuni Sterling & Multistone Bear Effigy Necklace This lot has a signed Zuni Native American Indian sterling silver bear effigy necklace. The necklace features a multiple inlaid gems bear effigy set on a sterling silver backing. The pendent is marked "RM Sterling." The piece is in good condition, with little to no apparent damage. It measures 13 1/2" long from the bottom of the pendant to the top of the clasp. The pendant itself measure 3" wide, and 2 1/8" tall.

6 - Sioux Squaw Hammer Poll Camp Axe 1890-1900's The lot features a unique Squaw Camp Axe from the Sioux Native American Indians. The piece shows a faceted hammer poll (hammerpoll) forged axe head with solid wood haft having a carved grip area and adorned with brass tacks. The piece is in the design and shape like early war clubs and tomahawks, but due to its size was most likely a camp axe used by a squaw. It is possible that the brass tacked design was added to the piece later by a relative. The wood haft does shows fine artfully carved design with a tiered grip with pommel like ridged end. This would have been used by the Indian women for chopping wood, felling small trees and other duties around the camp, but could have been used as a personal defense weapon if needed. The head measures 7.5” L and the piece measures overall 16” in length. The piece is believe to date to the late 19th century to the 20th century.

7 - Lakota Sioux Skullcracker Beaded War Club c. 1890- This lot features a wonderful late 19th Century Lakota Sioux Native American Indian Skullcracker (Skull Cracker) ceremonial war club from South Dakota. The piece shows a large, heavy example with a heavy stone ground head measuring 7.5 inches in length. The wood haft is wrapped in old hide and is adorned with mid-section wrap of glass trade seed beads in a crazy pattern along with a fringed drop at the bottom. This would have a very foreboding weapon on the High Plains and has a wonderful appearance. The piece measures 24 inches overall. From the Ex. Collections of Ted & Lilly Jarvis of Wyoming.

8 - Sioux Fully Beaded Catlinite War Club 20th Century The lot features a unique Sioux Native American Indian attributed ceremonial dance war club from the 20th Century. The war club shows a double head carved piece of Pipestone Catlinite with rich red coloring having a center knotch which attaches to the solid wood haft. The haft shows a fully covered beadwork geometeric pattern showing such glass trade seed bead colors as chalk white, sky/padre blue, semi-transparent green, semi-transparent dark blue, and red. The end of the haft has an Indian tanned hide drop. The piece shows some bead loss and various modern repairs using glue. The war club measures 25.5"L with fringe x 7"W x 1 5/8"D.

9 - Napoleonic Dragoon Trooper Sword with Scabbard This lot offers a Napoleonic Dragoon Sword Introduced in 1805. This sword features a fine 3-bar brass hilt, with a black leather grip accented by brass furrule, as well as a semi-dome style pommel, all of these features were standard for the Dragoon swords. The scabbard is of nickel color and has a spring system to keep the sword in place, as well as two suspension rings. This sword is an excellent example of an original 1800's Dragoon sword, and is in good condition. Flaws show in the form of wear on the tip of the sword from inserting and retracting from the scabbard, as well, the handle has a small amount of play. The sword measures 42 1/2" long when sitting in its scabbard, 3 3/4" wide, and roughly 5" deep.

10 - Buermann Spurs w/ Prineville Oregon Straps This is a pair of August Buermann spurs with Prineville, Oregon tooled leather straps. The spurs are forged iron showing a drop shank and a ten point rowel. The leather straps have a hand tooled basket weave design and are marked "Jerry Dyck Prineville OR". The Buermann spurs are in good condition. They measure 3" x 4.75".

11 - 14K Gold Burmese Ruby Sputnik Design Cocktail Ring This is a 10K gold and Burmese Ruby cocktail ring from the 1950's. The ring features a solid 14K gold setting with 19 well matched rubies arranged to show the Sputnik pattern. The inside of the band is marked "14K". The cocktail ring is in good condition. It is size 7.

12 - 14K White Gold Blue Sapphire and Diamond Ring This is a 14K white gold blue sapphire and diamond ring. The ring features a solid 14K gold band and setting with a large oval cut blue sapphire set in the center flanked by 18 diamonds. the inside of the band is marked "14K' and is signed by the designer as well. The ring is in good condition. It is size 9.

13 - 12.1 Carats Australian Boulder Opal Collection This a collection of Australian Boulder Opal cabochons. The opals were mined in the Outback of Queensland. They have been professionally cut and polished. Each cabochon shows wonderful flash with colors of red, pink, blue, green and purple. The opal are in good condition. Total weight is 12.1 carats. The largest opal measures 9mm x 11.5mm.

14 - Sitting Bull and the Indian War Book 1st Edition 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 to very good condition with a fantastic designed cover. It measures 5.5" x 8.

15 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Bear Claw Cuff This is a signed Navajo Native American Indian sterling silver bear claw cuff with turquoise and coral made by Elaine Sam. The cuff is made from solid sterling silver and features a black bear claw set in the center with Sleeping Beauty Turquoise and coral accents. The back of the cuff is marked "Sterling Navajo Handmade" and is signed "ES" (Elaine Sam). The bear claw cuff is in good condition. It measures 2" x 3" and is 1.5" wide.

16 - 395 .38-40 WCF Loaded Ammunition, 30 Brass, & Dies Offered for sale is a large collection of .38-40 WCF Loaded Ammunition, 30 Brass, & RCBS Dies. Included in this lot is the following: 180 rounds professionally loaded in new Winchester cases with 20 rounds fired; 97 rounds loaded in new Starline brass, by Buffalo Arms with 3 fired; one full box of 50 factory Black Hills Ammuntion; one full box of 50 Winchester factory Soft Point bullet ammunition plus another identical with 15 loaded rounds and ten fired.

17 - Magtech Model 199.2 12GA 3" Single Shot Shotgun This lot features a Magtech Model 199.2 12 Gauge 3" Single Shot Shotgun. The shotgun features a 28" barrel, modified choke, ejector, 3" chamber, and external hammer. The shotgun shows good condition, with little wear. This is a modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is FBCO26969.

18 - Magtech Model 199 .410 3" Single Shot Shotgun Offered for sale is a Magtech Model 199 .410 3" Single Shot Shotgun. The shotgun features a 24" barrel, full choke, ejector, and 3" chamber. This shotgun shows good condition, with good mechanical condition. There is handling marks. This is a modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check. The serial number is F018634

19 - Sig Sauer P226 .177-Cal CO2 Dark Earth Air Pistol This lot features a Sig Sauer P226 .177-Cal CO2 Dark Earth Air Pistol. Modeled after the popular SIG Sauer P226, this replica CO2-powered semiautomatic P226 .177-Cal. Pistol boasts a 16-round magazine and shoots .177-cal. pellets up to 450 fps. Realistic blowback slide mechanism moves the slide backward when firing, providing realistic action. Features a blade front sight and fixed rear sight, an accessory rail for a laser or tactical flashlight and a rifled barrel. Metal slide and frame. This air pistol is in good condition with little wear. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required. Made in Japan.

20 - Remington Model 24 .22 Short Semi Auto Rifle This lot features a Remington Model 24 .22 Short Semi Auto Rifle. This rifle feature a 21" barrel, butt stock magazine, walnut stocks, and blue'd finish. Based on a John Browning design and manufactured from 1922-1935, the Remington model 24 is a semi-automatic rifle chambered in either .22 Short or .22 long rifle. It is very closely related to the Browning 22 Semi-Auto rifle (the Browning SA-22) which is still in production. It is a Takedown gun, meaning that the barrel and receiver are easily separated without tools, allowing for a smaller package for transport. This rifle shows good bluing on the barrel, wear to the receiver, and handling marks. This is a Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 13422.

20a - Smith & Wesson Victory Model 10 .38 Revolvers Offered for sale is a Pair of Smith & Wesson Victory Model 10 .38 S&W and .38 Largo. The revolver feature 5" barrels, walnut grips, 6 shot cylinders, and various parts. The revolvers are marked "United States Property Cal 38 Largo Made In The U.S.A." and "Smith & Wesson U.S. Property GHD Made In U.S.A. 38 S&W CTG." These revolvers show good condition, missing most of the internal mechanisms.

20b - Taurus PT-25 .25 Semi-Automatic Pistol This is a Taurus PT-25 semi-automatic pistol chambered in the .25 auto caliber. The pistol has a blued steel frame and slide with checkered walnut grips and a tip-up barrel. The left side of the slide is marked "Taurus PT-25 / Made in U.S.A. Miami, FL / Cal. .25 Auto". Each grip has an inlaid brass medallion marked "Taurus". The pistol is in good condition. it measures 3.75" x 5.5". Serial number is DVF32609. This is a modern manufactured firearm and requires an FFL Transfer or NICS Background Check. NO MAGAZINE INCLUDED (PICTURES SHOWN FOR EXAMPLE).

21 - Apache Burden Basket with Jingle Cone 19th Century This is an excellent Apache Native American Indian hand woven Burden Basket dating to the late 19th Century. The basket is from the Apache Indians and was collected from the San Carlos Apache Tribe in Arizona. The piece shows a tightly hand-woven fine construction and shows large hand-rolled tin cone dangles tied on with old Indian tanned buskin lacing. This is truly a very nice and authentic example showing fine condition. From the Ex. Collection of Ted & Lilly Jarvis of Wyoming. Measures overall 13.25" tall x 13 inches wide across the top opening.

22 - Missouri War Axe Tomahawk by Henri Papin c.1800-20 This is a very rare and early Missouri War Axe style tomahawk made by documented blacksmith Henri Papin and dating to circa 1800-1820. The piece is very nicely stamped onto one side of the blade with the Papin name as can be seen from the photographs. Papin made relics are extremely rare and uncommon. Henri Papin married into the Chouteau family in St. Louis, Missouri where he began to forge and sell iron implements to the Osage and Pawnee Native American Indians in the region. The Osage County Historical Society Museum in Oklahoma shows a circa 1780-1800 example in their collection that has been attributed to being crafted by Henri Papin. The head on this rare piece is crudely forged from sheet iron and has many hammer and file marks visible. The wood haft appears to be original to the piece and shows a nice deep patina and is adorned with a serrated “stair-case” style bottom end along with various brass tacks and a drop of two feathers. The feather drop appears to have been added in the last 50 years or so, likely by a previous collector, and are turkey feathers, dressing the piece up nicely, but not original. The term "Missouri War Axe" was coined by American Indian weapons collectors to describe this particular style of tomahawk. They were first discovered by Lewis & Clark on their 1804-1805 expedition financed by Thomas Jefferson, which sent them exploring up the upper Missouri River basin. Meriwether Lewis wrote about these weapons and sketched one in his journal, stating that the local Indians were fervently requesting the expedition blacksmith to make additional examples for them. He went as far as to state that it was the only item the Indians were willing to trade corn, grain and other expedition necessities for and that manufacture and trade of additional axes is what solely got the explorers through the winter of 1805. This is truly a rare, authentic example of one of the earliest styles of Native American weapons crafted by a documented and known blacksmith of the period. The only other tomahawks with Papin’s touch mark on the blade exist in a private collection and museum. Although lacking in the striking art appeal of other early tomahawks, this piece exhibits important historical value. From the Ex. Collections of Dr. Roy Mackal tribal arts collection and Dr. Bruce Macabee, along with being from the Ben Thompson Collection. The head measures 8.25” in length by 4.5” across the bottom of the blade. The total length of the piece is 20.5”.

23 - Cheyenne Skullcracker Beaded War Club 19th Century Offered for public purchase is this terrific and artful authentic circa late 19th Century Skullcracker (Skull Cracker) War Club attributed to the Northern Cheyenne Native American Indians. The piece exhibits wonderful art appeal featuring a rarer style of red stone head on a long slender haft with wrapped Indian tanned hide. The piece is adorned with wraps of fringe and glass trade seed beads with the war club ending in a tossled long buckskin Indian tanned hide fringe drip with excellent patina. The longer handled war clubs such as this example are very unusual and would have been used in battle on horseback. The piece shows very fine condition with minor and expected wear from age and use. From the Ex Collection of Ben Thompson. The piece measures overall 25” in length with a 5.5” wide head and additional 18” long fringe.

24 - Plains Indian Braided Horse Hair Covered War Club The lot features a unique braided horse hair covered war club from the Plains Native American Indians. The 20th Century piece shows a carved double end stone war club head with one end showing a break and having a raised center median with notch adding a secure hold to the haft along with art appeal. The haft shows a solid wood construction with Indian tanned hide and is completely covered in mineral dyed horse hair. The horse hair shows a red, black, and white coloring with excellent braided design along the entire haft with three bunches of red horse hair at the top middle and bottom. The end of the haft shows a fine tightly braided horse hair drop with Indian tanned hide strap. Overall the piece shows good condition with some wear and loss to horse hair. Measures overall 24"L x 9.25"W x 2 1/8"D.

25 - Woodland Era Hopewell Fox & Snake Pipe 200 B.C.E The present lot provides you an Ancient Hopewell Fox and Snake Effigy Platform Pipe, originating from Southern Ohio in the heart of the Ohio River Valley, and believed to be Middle Woodland Period dating to circa 200 BCE to 500 CE. The effigy pipe carved of rich brown pipestone, showcases well preserved condition and excellent craftsmanship. The piece was acquired from Scott County, Illinois as per the collection/museum tag along the bottom (also marked “45d”). The piece shows an uncommon amount of detail and emotion with the pipe bowl being found at the back of the fox with the animal’s head tucked down and to the right curled in looking down and the approaching snake carving. Provenance: From a French artifact auction, Thion Encheres, in October 7, 2007, and inspected by expert antiquity analyzer; François Bigot. The Effigy Pipe measures 3.75" long 1.5" wide, and 1.75" tall. The piece has been repaired as shown. Our company sold a Woodland Era Hopewell pipe from the same collection on 9/30/2017 for $500.00 showing considerably less detail and a smaller size.

26 - Istoria Del Concilio Tridentino Paolo Sarpi 1757 You are bidding on a two volume set of Istoria Del Concilio Tridentino by Paolo Sarpi printed in 1757. The book title translates too "History of the Tridentine Council" or more commonly known in English as The Council of Trent. Paolo Sarpi’s greatest and most influential work, dedicated to James I, published pseudonymously with the name Pietro Soave Polano, an anagram of Paolo Sarpi Veneto. The editor, Marco Antonio de Dominus, polished the text and has been accused of falsifying it, however recent comparison with a manuscript corrected by Sarpi himself shows that his alterations were unimportant. Translations into other languages followed: English by Nathaniel Brent and Latin in 1620, made partly by Adam Newton and French and German editions. The work was widely read for at least the next two centuries. "Forced upon an unwilling papacy by the Emperor Charles V, who was anxious to put an end to the dissensions caused by religious strife, the Council (of Trent) first met in 1545. From the beginning however its proceedings were under papal domination, and, so far from effecting reconciliation with Protestantism, its pronouncements on undecided points of dogma and the bold front it thus put forward, gave its members the new confidence they needed to resist the evangelical threat. No compromise was offered, and when, after numerous delays and evasions designed to frustrate the intentions of the non-Italian members, the Council closed at the end of 1563, an instrument had been placed in the hands of the Papacy which determined the evolution of the Roman Church for the next three centuries, culminating in the pronouncement of the dogma of Papal infallibility in 1877. Only now is some relaxation beginning to take place. The full force of the acts of the council was not lost either on those who desired reconciliation between the church and the new schismatics or on those who distrusted the centralization of power in Rome. It was both these motives which prompted the venetian patriot, scientist, scholar and reformer, Paolo Sarpi, to compile his memorable ‘History of the Council of Trent’, which was published pseudonymously in London. A member of the Servite Order, hated yet never excommunicated by the papal See, Sarpi was the devoted and honored servant of the Venetian Republic. Like the author in his lifetime, so in later years his book formed a nucleus of opposition to the papacy of Pius IV. Translated and reprinted over and over again, the masterpiece of ‘Father Paul of Venice’, as he was known to generations, is still read. Ranke (286) made a minute study of it and of the Papal counterblast by Cardinal Pallavicini and found not much difference between the two in point of impartiality, though he preferred Sarpi in point of style. Only now are the issues debated between the two beginning to recede from the forefront of theological controversy." Printing and the Mind of Man. The opinion of Le Courayer, that Sarpi "était Catholique en gros et quelque fois Protestant en detail" (that he was Catholic overall and sometimes Protestant in detail) seems not altogether groundless. This two volume set shows good condition for its age but has light age yellowing, light separating, some minor spotting, a few leaves browned. The books measure 8 3/8" W x 10 5/8" H x 2 1/8" Thick.

27 - Lotus Flower Diamond & 14K Gold Ring circa 1940's The lot features an exceptional circa 1940’s 14K Yellow Gold ring with beautiful rare Diamonds with the shape of the Lotus Flower. The ring shows a solid 14k yellow gold construction with the band having a wreath of leaves etched design and the blossoming Lotus Flower setting holding seven round brilliant cut bright white diamonds. The inside of the band is marked "14K". The quality and size of the diamonds has not been tested, but appears to be fine quality. “Like a Lotus Flower we too have the ability to rise from the mud, bloom out from the darkness and radiate into the world”. The Lotus flower symbolizes your spiritual natures potential due to the fact it rises from the worst conditions unclean water to blossom as a pure, uncontaminated flower, making it the symbol of purity and resurrection. Lotus Flower jewelry has becoming increasingly rare and desired for those involved in Yoga. The ring is a size

28 - Black Forest German Carved Ink Well Holder This is a Black Forest German carved ink well holder. The piece shows a wonderful scene of a retriever on the hunt with fantastic detail and artistic craftsmanship. The Black Forest piece is in good condition. It measures 5" x 8" and is 4" tall.

29 - Montana Bobcat Trophy Full Mount on Wood Stand The lot features a full mounted Bobcat trophy taken in Montana. The taxidermy full mounted piece is displayed on a Montana rustic river drift wood base. The mount is an early done piece. The full mount displays well and is truly a wonderful trophy. The piece shows the impressive original claws with original real teeth mounted in the mount. The piece shows overall good condition with some drying, loss to fur on edge of ears, one missing claw on front foot, but overall a well displaying mount. Measures overall 45" L x19.5" D x 20.5" T.

30 - Rustic Reclaimed Montana Timber Work Bench Available for bidding in this lot is a heavy duty, rustic reclaimed Montana timber work bench. The bench has a full size back splash, with a single mounted shelf. Below the shelf is the deep counter, and finishing off the piece is a lower storage shelf. The work bench shows an awesome finish, ranging from natural blonde, dark stained, and patina'd finish. The work bench is in good condition overall, and measures 60" wide, 20 1/4" deep, and 60 1/2" tall.

31 - Frank Beltrame Italian Stiletto Switchblade Knife This is a Frank Beltrame stiletto switchblade knife with a honey horn handle. The knife features a bayonet style blade marked "Frank B. Italy". The switchblade knife is in very good condition with a strong spring action. The knife measures 8.75" with a 3.25" blade.

31a - Frank Beltrame Italian Stiletto Switchblade Knife This is a Frank Beltrame stiletto switchblade knife with a buffalo horn handle. The knife features a bayonet style blade marked "Frank B. Italy". The switchbalde knife is in very good condition with a strong spring action. The knife measures 8.75" with a 3.25" blade.

32 - CFK Damascus Exotic Canel Bone Knife w/ 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 9.75" with a 5" blade.

32a - CFK Damascus Ram's Horn Knife & Scabbard This is a CFK Cutlery Company custom hand made in the USA knife. The knife features a hand forged and folded authentic Damascus steel blade. It has a ram's horn handle with brass and stainless steel. The knife is a one of a kind uniquely created piece in very good condition. The piece also has very rare Vine File Work around the spine of the handle all done by hand. The blade shows a hand forged folded 512 Layer Twist (1095HC/15N20) Damascus Steel. The knife is in good, unused condition. The knife measures 9.5" with a 4.5" blade.

33 - Montana Black Bear Tanned Hide This is an excellent tanned Montana taken Black Bear hide pelt. The fur is thick and features a two-tone dark brown color with white on the neck; the claws are still intact. The pelt measures 64" x 54" and is in good condition.

35 - Five NOS Double Sided Old Gold Cigarette Ad Signs These are original, new old stock, Old Gold Cigarettes double sided tin advertising signs from the 1940's. The signs reads "Old Gold Cigarettes Not a Cough in a Carload". The signs are marked in the lower left corner "No. 2219-A" and in the right corner "Mfd. By P. Lorillard Co. Inc.". The signs are in good overall condition with some wear and minor rust as shown. The signs still display the original packing paper, which has since become a part of the signs. The sign measures 10" x 30".

36 - Winchester Model 1894 32 WS Lever Action Rifle This lot features a Winchester Model 1894 32 WS Lever Action Rifle. The rifle features a 19 1/2" barrel. blue'd finish, tang sight, and a great patina. Probably the most famous, and certainly the most popular, hunting rifle in history is the Winchester Model 1894. The Model 94 was the first sporting rifle to sell over 1,000,000 copies. Sales ultimately totaled somewhere around 7,000,000 before the Model 94 was discontinued when the U.S. factory was shut down in 2006. No other sporting rifle has approached those numbers, and it is unlikely that one ever will. But back in 1894 when John Browning completed his design and Winchester began to market it, none of this success was assured. In fact, the Model 1894 was a ground breaking sporting rifle; the first chambered for the (then) new smokeless powder cartridges. It was a big leap forward, and a big gamble. The Model 1894 could, like the first Colt double action revolvers and many other firearms that were ahead of their time, have been a commercial flop. In which case it would be only a historical footnote today. But, as it turned out, the Model 1894 appeared at exactly the right time, and the rest is history. The rifle is in good condition showing honest wear from use. The bluing is around 45%. The bore is bright with strong rifling. This rifle was manufactured in 1921 and is a Curio and Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check.

37 - J.C. Higgins Model 20 12 Gauge Pump Action Shotgun This is a J.C. Higgins (Sears Roebuck & Co.) Model 20 pump action shotgun chambered in the 12 gauge. The shotgun features a blued steel barrel and receiver with solid walnut hardwood stocks. The left side of the barrel is marked "J.C. Higgins Model 20-12GA Sears, Roebuck and Co. 583.200". The right side of the barrel is marked "Proof Tested 12 GA. - MOD. 2 3/4" Chamber". The shotgun is in good overall condition. It measures 47 1/4" long. No serial number. This firearm requires a Curio & Relic FFL, an FFL Transfer or a NICS Background Check.

38 - Walther P22 .22 LR Semi Auto Pistol w/Case LNIB This lot features a Like New Walther P22 .22 Long Rifle Semi Auto Pistol with Case and Laser. The pistol features 4" threaded barrel, Walther laser, 2 ten round magazine, and original case with paper work. he P22 is a semi-automatic pistol chambered for .22 LR rimfire ammunition, manufactured by Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen. It was introduced in 2002. On the exterior, it resembles the Walther P99, but it is somewhat smaller (75% of the P99's size) and its action chambers the rimfire .22 LR cartridge. The most noticeable exterior difference is the P22's slide mounted, thumb operated, ambidextrous safety and its external hammer. The P22 features a cast polymer grip-frame. This pistol is in Like New condition, with little wear present. Laser works, but need new batteries. This is pistol was manufactured in 2004. Modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is L074954

39 - Ruger All Weather 77/17 .17 HMR Rifle LNIB This lot features a Like New example of a Ruger All Weather 77/17 .17 HMR Bolt Action Rifle. The rifle features 24" heavy contour target grey barrel, Leupold scope, laminate stock, and a 9 round detachable magazine. This rifle is in Like New condition with original box. It shows little to no wear. This rifle was manufactured in 2003. Modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 702-97965

40 - Custom Remington 1903A3 .30-06 Bolt Action Rifle You are bidding on a Custom Remington 1903A .30-06 Bolt Action Rifle. The rifle features a 24" barrel, premium lyman iron sights, premium monte carlo walnut stock, tuned action, and scope. Remington began production of the M1903 in September 1941, at serial number 3,000,000, using old tooling from the Rock Island Arsenal which had been in storage since 1919. The very early rifles are almost indistinguishable from 1919-made Rock Island rifles. As the already worn tooling began to wear beyond use Remington began seeking Army approval for a continuously increasing number of changes and simplifications to both speed up manufacture and improve performance. The milled parts on the Remington M1903 were gradually replaced with stamped parts until, at about serial number 3,330,000, the Army and Remington recognized that a new model name was appropriate. Other features of the M1903, such as high-grade walnut stocks with finger grooves, were replaced with less expensive but serviceable substitutes. Most milled parts made by Remington were marked with an "R". M1903 production was discontinued in favor of the M1903A3. The most noticeable visual difference in the M1903A3 was the replacement of the barrel-mounted rear sight with a smaller, simpler aperture rear sight mounted on the rear of the receiver; it was primarily adopted in order to speed familiarization by soldiers already trained on the M1 Garand, which had a similar sighting system. This rifle looks to have been completely redone and improved for hunting. It has been professionally reblue'd, the action has been tuned, and a premium stock. This rifle shows great condition with little wear and some slight evidence of use. This rifle was manufacture in 1942. Curio & Relic firearm. The serial number is 4022813.

41 - U.S. Forest Service Bear Reserve Sign Tennessee This is an original U.S. Forest Service bear reserve sign from Tennessee. The sign shows a silhouette image of a bear along with the USFS and Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency emblems in the center and reads "Bear Reserve No Bear Hunting. the sign is made from heavy gauge steel and is in good overall condition. This is a NOS sign that has never been used. The sign does have some minor damage and darkening on one side as shown. The sign measures 18" x 18".

42 - Early Ruana Smokejumper Knife S-Mark 1956-1958 This is an early Ruana Smokejumper "S" mark knife made from 1956-1958. The knife features a hardened steel blade with an aluminum handle and wooden grips. The handle is marked "R.H. Ruana Bonner Montana S". Rudy Ruana began making knives in Bonner, Montana back in the 1950's and are still being made today by Rudy's family. The Ruana knife is in good overall condition. It measures 7" long with a 3" blade.

43 - Antique Solid Brass Bank Teller Window Cage Doors This is a pair of antique bank teller window cage doors from the early 1900's. The doors are made from solid brass and show a wonderful arch design with pointed finials. The bank tellers doors are in good condition. One of the doors has a working key for the lock. Each piece measures 15.75" wide and is 25.5" tall.

44 - Large Set of Mounted Steer Horns This is a large set of mounted steer horns. The horns are mounted to a wooden plaque joined in the center by decorative studded leather with twisted rope accents. The horns are in good condition. The mount measures 62" long.

45 - Taxidermy Zebra Leg Bookends This is a pair of taxidermy zebra leg bookends. Each of the bookends is made from solid wood with the zebra leg at the center showing a wonderful striped fur. The zebra bookends are in good condition. Each one measures 5.5" x 8" and is 14.25" tall.

46 - Montana Black Bear Double Mounted Taxidermy Rug This lot features a Montana black bear taxidermy rug. The rug is expertly mounted on crimped, double layer brown/black felt. The bottom of the rug is based on decorative linen cloth, and has rigging dee's around the edges of the rug for wall hanging. The bear has all of its vicious claws, though one is cracked on its front right paw. The bear shows good condition overall. The mount measures 55 1/2" wide, and 60 1/8" long.

47 - Original Leonard Reedy Framed Watercolor Painting This is an original Leonard Reedy (1899-1956) framed watercolor painting titled "The Rustler". The piece shows a cattle rustler in a shootout with the rancher. Born in Chicago, Reedy is best known for his Western watercolors. This piece shows good condition. The painting measures 7.75" x 10.75" and the frame is 15.5" x 19.5".

48 - Antique Pipe & Cigar Smoking Accessory Collection This is a collection of antique pipe and cigar smoking accessories. Included are three match safes, a cigar cutter, a mother of pearl cigar tip and a Half & Half pipe tool. Each piece shows good overall condition.

49 - Antique Japanese Signed Samurai Sword This is an original antique Japanese samurai sword. The sword features a wooden handle with ray skin under the wrapping and a forged hardened steel blade. The piece is signed on the tang as shown. The guard is made from solid bronze showing a floral motif. The scabbard is made from solid wood with a black lacquer finish. The Japanese samurai sword is in good condition. It measures 38" long.

50 - Cram's Superior Map of Montana c.1940 Bound This is a Cram's Superior Map of Montana from circa 1940. The map has been backed on linen and shows the entire state of Montana with each county shaded in color. In addition, the map has an inset showing the Congressional Districts and a chart with populations of cities and towns. The map shows very good condition. It folds up to be stored in a hardcover binding. The piece measures 51" x 51.5".

51 - Blackfoot Indian Beaded Pouch This is a Blackfoot Native American Indian beaded pouch. The piece is made on tanned hide and features a wonderfully beaded geometric design on the front. The beadwork is done in green, Opaque Navy Blue, Red and Pumpkin Yellow. The pouch dates from the early to mid 1900's and shows good condition. It measures 4" x 5.75".

51a - Antique Large Cast Kettle This is an antique large cast iron kettle. The kettle sits on three legs and has a forged iron bale handle. The kettle is in good overall condition. There are several holes drilled in the bottom to be used as a planter. The kettle measures 28" in diameter and is 16" tall.

51b - Antique Large Cast Kettle This is an antique large cast iron kettle. The kettle sits on three legs and has a forged iron bale handle. The kettle is in good overall condition. There are several holes drilled in the bottom to be used as a planter. The kettle measures 26" in diameter and is 15.25" tall.

52 - Crow Native American Beaded Pouch This is a Crow Native American Indian beaded pouch from the early to mid 1900's. The pouch is made from tanned hide and shows a beautifully beaded floral design on the front. the beadwork is done in Corn Yellow, Orange, Light Green and Medium Blue. The beaded pouch is in good condition. It measures 4.25" x 4.5".

53 - History of Montana Illustrated 1739-1885 This is a "History of Montana Illustrated" published in 1885. The book is hardbound in leather and provides a comprehensive history of Montana from the mid 1700's to 1885. The books includes a wide variety of topics including mining, agriculture, politics, resources, Native Americans, government, etc. The fold out map near the front is present and the book contains numerous illustrations. This is a RARE piece of Montana history. The book is in good overall condition with age appropriate wear. The piece measures 8.5" x 11".

53a - 1887-1900 Montana Map Collection This is a pair of early Montana maps from 1887-1900. The first map dates from 1887-1892 and shows the original 16 counties Montana had when it became a state in 1889. The second map dates from 1897-1900 and shows 24 counties. The maps are in good condition. One map measures 14.5" x 20.75" and the other is 14.5" x 22".

53b - Montana The Land and The People Three Volume Set This is a three volume set of "Montana; The Land and The People" by Robert George Raymer published in 1930. The books provide a comprehensive history of important figures in Montana from its Territorial Days of the 1860's to statehood in 1889 and continuing into the early 1900's. The books contains numerous photographs and illustrations. They are in good condition. Volume II shows damage to the spine as shown. Each volume measures 7.25" x 10.5".

54 - Blackfoot Indians of Glacier by Winold Reiss This is a complete set of "Blackfoot Indians of Glacier National Park" by Winold Reiss published in 1938. This is a collection of 24 prints. Winold Reiss worked extensively with the Blackfeet Indians in the early 1900's. In all, he made more than 250 original paintings of Native Americans, mostly of the Blackfeet. In later years, his artwork was used on Great Northern Railway calendars. These prints are in good condition, however, each one shows staple holes in all four corners. The original envelope is included and shows fair to good condition with some damage. Each print measures 9" x 12".

55 - Stag Handled Heavy Frontier Fighting Knife c.1840 You are bidding on a great example of a Stag Handled Heavy Frontier Fighting Knife. The knife features a 9 3/4" blade, 1/4 thick spine, reinforced spear point, and German silver guard and grip cap. The knife shows a very deep and dark aged patina. This has a great look and an impressive 14" overall length. The blade is marked "Wilson Cast Steel."

56 - Navajo Mohair Hand Woven Crystal Pattern Rug This lot features a Navajo Native American Indian mohair rug, in the crystal pattern style. The rug has a nice thick pile, and shows three striking lines of polychrome, geometric designs that run the whole width of the piece, and are flanked by a bright white, and deep black border. The rugs beautiful colors are accomplished using natural vegetal dyes, which pop with fantastic vibrancy on the khaki base. The rug is believed to originate from the late 1800's or early 1900's, and shows good condition overall - The edges does display some loose weave. The piece measures 43 1/4" x 38".

56a - Navajo Mohair Hand Woven Polychrome Rug This item is a Navajo Native American Indian mohair rug. The rug has a central polychrome geometric design, showing a stepped, and repeating, symmetrical diamond motif. The khaki base color, bright whites, deep blacks, and lively pinks and greens are accomplished using natural vegetal dies, which pop with fantastic vibrancy. The rug originates from the turn of the 19th century, and shows good condition, with a tight weave, and nice color. The rug measures 47" x 26".

57 - Exotic Hardwood Coffee Table This lot provides you with the opportunity to bid on an exceptional, exotic hardwood coffee table. The table boasts a simple square top, composed of five solid slabs of the gorgeous, dark stained hardwood. The table is hoisted to about knee height with beautiful trestle style feet, which are adorned with two turned columns on each side. The table is in good condition, there are few scattered nicks around the edges of the table. The piece measures 53 7/8" squared, and 18 1/8" tall.

58 - Osage Feathered Cheif's Headdress circa 1940 The lot features a wonderful Osage Native American Indian feathered headdress that would have been worn by a notable elder or Chief. The piece comes with a custom table stand. The piece was purchased at the Osage Indian Reservation Pow Wow in circa 1942 at Pawhuska, Oklahoma. The piece shwos a wonderful glass trade seed beaded brow band with large worked conchos, along with fur anc cloth drops. The piece has a very attractive decorator and artifact room appearance and would accent any collection.

59 - Blackfoot Feathered Chief's Headdress Early 1900's This is a terrific early 1900's Blackfoot (Blackfeet) Native American Indian feathered headdress that would have been worn by a respected elder or Chief. The piece comes with a custom stand that was made for the piece in the 1970's with a rawhide wrapping and beaded drops. The piece was acquired from the family of the Blackfoot Tribal Leader in Montana that used the piece in many ceremonial dances and pow wow dances. The headdress shows a number of fur drops and glass trade beads and is in find original condition. From the Ex. Collection of Ben Thompson.

60 - Lakota Sioux Beaded Sheath & 19th Century Knife Offered for public sale is a finely beaded knife sheath and 19th Century trade knife. The sheath is attributed to the Lakota Sioux Native American Indians and shows an Indian tanned hide with a traditional geometric beadwork. The piece shows glass trade seed beads in Cheyenne pink, chalk white, semi=transparent green, semi-transparent violet, semi-transparent greasy yellow, and black. The reservation period piece is adorned with hand-rolled tin jingle cone dangles and a beaded drop. The knife shows a hardwood grip secured to the large blade, possibly early kitchen knife turned fighting knife, with two copper/brass rivets and a pierced end. The scabbard shows overall good condition and completes the early trade knife well. Sheath is 10.25" long and the knife is 10.5" long.

61 - Native American Arrowhead Artifact Collection This is a framed collection of genuine Native American Indian arrowhead artifacts. These authentic artifacts were collected by a surveyor who worked in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and the Dakotas from the 1940's to the mid 1970's. Included are many larger arrowheads and scrapers along with numerous small bird points. The artifacts are well accented by the wonderful beaded panel in the center and trade beads throughout. The beautiful antique wooden frame showcases this fantastic collection of Native American arrowheads and artifacts. The frame measures 25.25" x 29.25".

62 - Native American Indian Arrowhead Collection This is a framed collection of genuine Native American Indian arrowhead artifacts. These authentic artifacts were collected by a surveyor who worked in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and the Dakotas from the 1940's to the mid 1970's. Included are many larger arrowheads and scrapers along with numerous smaller bird points. The artifacts are well accented by the wonderful suede leather background and trade beads throughout. The antique carved wooden frame showcases this wonderful collection of Native American arrowheads and artifacts. The frame measures 17.5" x 19".

63 - Four Bears the Mandan Cheif Portrait K. Bodmer The lot features an original work of art showing Mato-Tope (Four Bears) Chief of the Mandans. The piece is believed to be a study work of art done after the famous portrait done by Karl Bodmer circa 1834. The piece shows fine detial and appears to be an early piece done on early paper with early paints. The painting has been modernly framed. The piece was purchased from a London Antique Dealer for over $200 many years ago. Truly a unique collectible. Frame measures 5.75"x8.5".

64 - Original Ron Bailey Oil on Board Painting This is an original Ron Bailey (1943-1984) oil on board framed painting. Bailey was a legendary Montana artist who moved to the Flathead Valley when he was 15. He spent his teenage years working on ranches. He enjoyed the outdoors and learned the Western way of life. This painting shows a wonderful winter log cabin scene with snow covered mountains in the background. The piece shows fantastic detail and artistic ability. The painting is in good condition and has been signed by the artist. The frame measures 22.5" x 28.5".

65 - Antique Leather Brass Tacked Wooden Trunk This is an antique leather brass tacked wooden trunk. The trunk is made from solid wood with iron handles, hardware and lock. The outside is covered in leather and features a wonderful brass tacked design. The top of the truck has a brass plaque that is engraved "Mrs. H. Liddell". The antique trunk is in good overall condition and comes with the original key to the lock. The piece measures 12.25" x 20.25" and is 9.5" tall.

66 - H&R Topper Model 158 .410 Single Shot Shotgun 1973 This lot features a Harrington & Richardson Topper Model 158 .410 3" Single Shot Shotgun. The shotgun features 28" full choke barrel, case hardened receiver, ejector, and blue'd steel barrel. This shotgun shows a good condition bore, minor handling marks, and light wear to the finishes. Overall a good condition firearm showing great quality. This shotgun was manufactured in the last year on this model, 1973. Modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required.

67 - Remington Model 12C .22 LR Pump Action Rifle You have the opportunity to bid on a Remington Model 12C .22 LR Pump Action Rifle. The rifle features a 24" full octagon barrel, tube magazine, adjustable sights, and walnut stocks. The Remington Model 12 is a slide-action, solid-breech, hammerless, takedown, side-ejection rifle. This gun, designed by J. D. Pederson, was introduced in 1909 and produced through 1936. During the 37-year period, there were 820,759 guns sold. The gun featured a hammerless action and competed quite successfully with the 1906 Winchester which still had an exposed hammer. The Model 12 Remington was available in several different configurations. This rifle shows good condition, with wear to the finish on the muzzle and light handling marks. This is a Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 484367

68 - Remington Model 12B Gallery Special .22Cal Rifle You are bidding on a Remington Model 12B Gallery Special .22 Cal Pump Action Rifle. The rifle features 24 3/4" smooth bore barrel, front bead sight, deep blue'd finish, walnut stock, and takedown action. This is a truly unique piece of firearm history. This is a purpose built gallery gun with its simple front bead and smooth bore, It shows great condition for its age. The bluing shows 85% condition, great mechanical function, and a bright bore. This is a Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background required. The serial number is 502943

69 - Remington Model 12 .22 LR Pump Action Rifle This lot features a Remington Model 12 .22 Long Rifle Pump Action Rifle. The rifle features a 22" round barrel, walnut stocks, drilled & tapped receiver, tube magazine, and blue'd finish. This is a great example of a early pump action .22 short, long, and long rifle capable rifle. The rifle show good condition, with wear from age and use. The rear sight The receiver is marked "RW JJ SEG." This is a Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 355637.

70 - Belgium Browning A5 16GA Sweet Sixteen Shotgun1931 Offered for sale is a great example of a Belgium Browning A5 16 Gauge Sweet Sixteen Shotgun. The shotgun features 29 1/2" barrel, factory engraving, 2 3/4" chamber, walnut stocks, and adjustable choke. The Browning Automatic 5, most often Auto-5 or simply A-5, is a recoil-operated semi-automatic shotgun designed by John Browning. It was the first successful semi-automatic shotgun design, and remained in production until 1998. The name of the shotgun designates that it is an autoloader with a capacity of five rounds, four in the magazine and one in the chamber. This shotgun shows a good bore, good bluing for its age, and some handling wear on the stock. This shotgun was manufactured in 1931. This is a Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 116312.

71 - Antique L.L. Bean Wooden Snowshoes & Bamboo Poles This is a pair of antiqe L.L. Bean wooden snowshoes and bamboo poles. The snowshoes are made from solid ash with rawhide lacing. Each one is marked "The Maine Snow-Shoe Guaranteed Not to Sag / L.L. Bean Inc. Freeport, ME". The snowshoes and poles are in good condition. The snowshoes measure 14" x 48".

72 - Antique Wooden Wrought Iron Fly Rod Holder This is an antique wooden fly rod holder. The piece features a wooden base and upright with a wrought iron ring on the upper portion. The fly rod holder is in good condition. It measures 23" in diameter and is 31" tall.

73 - Native American Indian Arrowhead Collection This is a collection of Native American Indian arrowhead artifacts. The collection includes one large spear point and several smaller arrowheads and scrapers that were found in Colorado. The large spear point is broken in half and the others are in good condition. The collection is presented in a display case that measures 12" x 16". The spear point measures 2" x 15.75".

73a - Native American Arrowhead Collection from Colorado This is a collection of Native American Indian arrowhead artifacts from Colorado. There are 32 arrowheads and small scrapers in the collection that are displayed in a 12" x 16" case. The arrowheads are in good condition.

74 - Walla Walla Prison Made Gal Leg Horse Bit This is a Walla Walla Prison made gal leg bit. The bit shows the gal leg image on each side and the slobber bar mounted in silver overlay. In addition, they have been engraved to show further detail and craftsmanship. The gal leg bit is in good condition. It measures 5.25" wide and 8.75" long.

75 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Squash Blossom This is a Navajo sterling silver and turquoise squash blossom with matching earrings. The necklace is made from solid sterling silver with beautiful Blue Gem Turquoise cabochons. The naja shows a heavy sand cast design with five individual blossoms. On either side of the naja are six matching blossoms which in turn match the blossom earrings. This is a spectacular set that shows good condition. The naja measures 2.75" x 3" and the necklace is 22" long.

76 - Large Civil War D-Guard Forged Iron Bowie Knife Offered for sale is a Large Civil War D-Guard Forged Iron Bowie Knife. The knife features a heavy 13 1/2" forged blade, matching D-Guard, and bone handle. This is a huge 18 ½” fighting side knife particularly popular with soldiers of the Confederacy. Numerous Civil War photos exist showing southern volunteers with their muskets and various size D-Guard Bowies. The knife shows a weathered and yellowed bone handle with two lengthwise age cracks that do not detract from the soundness of the grip, all metal surfaces heavily age patina that appear to have been stabilized to prohibit further rust from forming. Shows great age and character. Wonderful rare Civil War/Confederate display piece seldom offered.

77 - Large Sheffield Frontier Heavy Bowie Knife You are bidding on a Large Sheffield Frontier Heavy Bowie Knife. The knife features 10" blade and iron double guard. Classic early to mid-19th century style fighting knife. Many of these saw hard service in the Civil War as well as on the frontier.

78 - U.S. Model 1836 .54 Cal Percussion Gov't Pistol You are bidding on a U.S. Model 1836 .54 Caliber Percussion Frontier Converted Flintlock Government Pistol. Original flintlock U.S. Government issued pistol with lock marked A. Waters, Millbury, MS and dated 1838 that was frontier converted (not the common arsenal conversion) to percussion cap ignition by the round bolster with percussion nipple method in the side of the barrel where the original flintlock “touch hole” was and utilizing an engraved Hawken Plains Rifle style hammer instead of the standard arsenal military type. This shows that this scarce handgun was taken out of service before the 1850s recall and conversion to percussion by the arsenal. This early production example could have been used in the Mexican war of 1848 as well as in early Indian battles on the western frontier. Correct 8 ½” barrel with inspector stamping on the top. All metal surfaces heavily patinaed, retains brass tacks showing probable Indian usage. This was a popular large caliber powerful belt pistol that was also used by early buffalo runners and Indians who galloped their horses into herds of buffalo allowing them close, point blank range lethal shots. Antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required.

79 - Gentlemen's Large .62 Cal Percussion Cane Gun Offered for sale is a Gentlemen's Large .62 Cal Percussion Cane Gun. The cane gun features a 25" barrel, .62 bore, blue'd finish, and cane handle. The barrel unscrews for loading and cleaning, percussion nipple is in the handle mechanism and holds a percussion cap in a cutaway part of the cane. To fire the cane a small screw/knob is pulled under spring tension to the rear and turned into a safety notch. To fire the screw/knob is pushed to the short firing runway with the thumb where the spring tension drives it into the cap and thus firing the cane. Bore measures a huge .62 caliber and was probably loaded with “buck and ball” loads consisting of any combination of a single round ball with smaller shot or several medium size lead balls. Shows beautiful condition overall with about all the deep blue remaining on the barrel and mechanism, classic curved cane handle is excellent as is the mechanism. 35” overall length. This is a black powder firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The consigner who owned this unusual item said it was brought back from England by a relative sometime in the 1940s.

80 - Engraved Lee Arms Co. Red Jacket No.3 .32 Revolver This lot features a Factory Engraved Lee Arms Company Red Jacket No. 3 .32 Caliber Revolver. The revolver features a 2 3/4" octagon barrel, factory engraving, 5 shot cylinder, spur trigger, and nickel finish. Most of this popular model were plain, unadorned pocket revolvers with wood or bone handles. This exceptionally rare full deluxe example has full engraving on the barrel, frame and cylinder combined with very rare fancy checkered gutta percha birds head grips. The Lee Arms Company “RED JACKET” series was one of the better made pocket spur trigger hide-out revolvers of the turbulent post-Civil War reconstruction years. These were popular in all sections of the country with all sorts of characters- on both sides of the law. A fancy special deluxe revolver like this was possibly the pride and joy of a gambler, madam or wealthy gent. Surviving examples of this type weapon usually exhibit excessive wear and often abuse as they were small enough for daily carry. The entire revolver (with the correct exception of the hammer and trigger) is nickel plated, of which most of the original nickel remains. Shows no signs of abuse or cleaning, fine mechanics, 2 ½” barrel clearly marked on the top octagon flat “RED JACKET No.3.” Many like-styled revolvers of the day were cheaply made and unmarked. This revolver was made by the Lee Arms Company of Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania between 1875-1885. This is a antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 15335

81 - Trophy Montana Mountain Lion Taxidermy Rug Mount Available for bidding in this lot is a professionally mounted, Montana mountain lion rug mount. The mountain lion is double matted on contrasting brown/khaki crimped felt. The cat has all of his impressive claws, and shows good condition. The mountain lion doesn't display any apparent shedding. The mount measures approximately 62 1/2" wide, and 85 3/8" from nose to tail.

82 - Kodiak Grizzly Brown Bear Trophy Rug RARE This is a genuine Kodiak Grizzly Brown Bear, double mount rug. The bear was taken legally on Kodiak Island, Alaska. The bear shows all of its very impressive claws. The bear shows beautiful grizzled fur (that is, golden/grey tipped fur). The bear was prepared by Jonas Brothers of Nome, Alaska - they are one of the most premier taxidermist in the world, the underside of the head shows the Jonas Brothers tag. The bear shows some shedding, but is otherwise in good condition. Overall, the bear measures 77 3/4" wide, and 77 1/2" long.

83 - Montana Mountain Goat Taxidermy Shoulder Mount This is a Montana Mountain Goat taxidermy shoulder mount. The mount has been prepared by a professional taxidermist and shows a thick, rich white fur with impressive horns. The mountain goat mount is in good condition. It measures 12" wide, 18" tall and 18" from the wall. The horns are 9.25" long.

83a - Sioux Chief American Horse Gunstock War Club 19th The lot features the first of the superb well document weapons from Sioux Chief American Horse. This is a superb and rare late 19th Century Gunstock War Club Tomahawk that belonged to Sioux Chief American Horse. The piece was owned and used during the Indian Wars by Chief American Horse of the Sioux Tribe. The piece was later passed down to his son Thomas American Horse. Thomas American Horse sold this war tomahawk and the gunstock war club both to the Pine Ridge Sioux Reservation Tribal President David Long Black Cat in the 1940’s. Black Cat then later in the 1960’s sold both pieces to the very well-known Midwest collector Ben Thompson. In early 2000’s renowned collector and author John Baldwin purchased both pieces from Ben Thompson and then sold them to Mark Francis. The piece comes with a signed letter authenticated the piece and its history from both David Long Black Cat and John Baldwin along with a photo of Black Cat and Thomas American Horse together, being 90 years old at the time. This is truly an excellent opportunity to acquire an authentic, historically documented, and significant piece from the collection of some of the finest Indian Weapon’s Collectors of our time. How often does such a fantastic piece with documented history and provenance come available for sale, making this truly a rare find. From the Collections of Ben Thompson, John Baldwin, Mark Francis, American Horse, Thomas American Horse, David Long Black Cat. The tomahawk war club features a hardwood gunstock haft with chip carvings and pigment painted symbols at the top along with a serrated “staircase” bottom end. The haft also shows an elaborate artful brass tack design along with a 5 inch long hand forged trade spontoon blade inserted into the haft and held into place with melted lead. The piece measures 23.25 inches in length. The designs represent a stylized sunburst, moons, crosses, and Buffalo tracks. The club appears to show the proper signs of age and use and exhibits wonderful art appear. A similar club is pictured in the paintings from the Prince Maximillian expedition up the Missouri River basin in the Mid-19th Century. The piece also is similar to a piece offered at Cowan’s Auction from the Collection of Marvin Lince. This club shows a dark, shiny patina and the gripping area finished is faded from years of hand sweat and cornered edges rounded from palm and finger gripping. The club was truly used and comes with excellent provenance of history. Truly and excellent and historic Early Native American museum quality weapon with documentation.

83b - Sioux Chief American Horse War Tomahawk 1850-60 The lot features the second of the two Sioux Chief American Horse Weapons offered for public purchase this sale. This is a circa 1850-1860’s Missouri War Axe War Tomahawk that belonged to Sioux Chief American Horse. The Sioux Native American Indian Chief American Horse reportedly stole the war club from a Crown Indian Warrior in a skirmish over the Nebraska state line at Crow Butte and kept it for himself to use for many years. The piece was later passed down to his son Thomas American Horse. Thomas American Horse sold this war tomahawk and the gunstock war club both to the Pine Ridge Sioux Reservation Tribal President David Long Black Cat in the 1940’s. Black Cat then later in the 1960's sold both pieces to the very well-known Midwest collector Ben Thompson. In early 2000’s renowned collector and author John Baldwin purchased both pieces from Ben Thompson and then sold them to Mark Francis. The piece comes with a signed letter authenticated the piece and its history from both David Long Black Cat and John Baldwin along with a photo of Black Cat and Thomas American Horse together, being 90 years old at the time. This is truly an excellent opportunity to acquire an authentic, historically documented, and significant piece from the collection of some of the finest Indian Weapon’s Collectors of our time. How often does such a fantastic piece with documented history and provenance come available for sale, making this truly a rare find. From the Collections of Ben Thompson, John Baldwin, Mark Francis, American Horse, Thomas American Horse, David Long Black Cat. The tomahawk war club features a circa 1850-1860’s hand forged blade that measures 8 inches long by 4.25 inches wide across the bottom of the blade. The piece shows a weeping heart cut out in the center along with a small step-down spur. The tomahawk has a total length of 20 inches. The hardwood haft is adorned with an elaborate brass tack design and an old buckskin and Buffalo hide fringed wrap secured with tacks. The hide wrap and buffalo fringe show old sweat stains, early pigment stains, but remain supple. Some of these dark stains could possibly by darkened blood. The piece shows a fine patina and proper signs of true age and much use. Truly and excellent and historic Early Native American museum quality weapon with documentation.

83c - Blackfoot Pipe Tomahawk w/ Beaded Drop 1850 lot features a wonderful circa 1850 Pipe Tomahawk attributed to the Blackfoot Native American Indians of Montana. The head is made of hand forged iron and measures 8.75 inches in length by 3 inches across the bottom of the blade. The piece is likely English Blacksmith made and features a very rare screw on and off threaded pipe smoking bowl (it is not recommended to attempt to remove the bowl). The head has artful file work, forged chevrons and molding with a barrel-shaped pipe bowl having a thin neck and base. The hardwood haft has an old brass tack design of various sizes and a white beaded floral drop comprised of both Buffalo hide and Buckskin ending in long fringes. The drop was likely added later, but in itself is still a pre-1900 piece. The entire tomahawk has a nice mellow patina and excellent style and form. The piece has a total length of 21.75 inches. Purchased by collector Tom Hardy in Sante Fe in 2002.

84 - Arapaho Brass Head Pipe Tomahawk Beaded Drop 1890 The lot features a wonderful Plains Native American Indian pipe tomahawk most likely from the Arapaho tribe and dating to circa 1890. Nearly identical brass style pipe tomahawks have been documented in the Peterson Tomahawk book to this early reservation time as number 237 (a picture of the mentioned tomahawk in the publication is shown). The head is made of a cast brass and measures 6 inches in length. The wood haft is finely carved in high-relief and is adorned with a brass tack design and glass trade seed beaded dangle drop. The brass trade tacks could have possibly been a later addition. The beaded drop shows an Indian tanned hide construction with long cut fringe in colors such as medium green, chalk white, and iron with a semi-transparent fancy beaded edge. The entire piece has a nice shiny worn deep patina and is a nice artful example. Measures overall 17.5” in length.

85 - Apache Beaded Stone War Club 19th Century The lot features a unique war club tomahawk dating to the late 19th century to early 20th century that was collected from the Mescalaro Apache Native American Indians of Arizona. The war club measures overall 22.5 inches in length and features a 5-inch-wide flat stone head secured onto the wood haft with wetted and dried hide. The haft is made of an old tree branch and covered in hide secured with sinew and adorned with a mid-section of chalk white and medium blue glass trade seed beadwork with a Buffalo hide fringed drop at the bottom. There is some discoloration and signs of age and use. This was definitely an Indian Wars or protection used war club. After the Indian Wars period and into the reservation period the war club was later likely used as a dance object. From the Ex Collection of Ted & Lilly Jarvis of Wyoming.

86 - Antique Braided Leather Cowboy Riata This is an antique braided leather cowboy riata from the early to mid 1900's. The riata shows a tightly braided construction and good overall condition. The riata measures 38' long.

87 - WWII U.S. Army Snocraft Wooden Snowshoes This is a pair of WWII U.S. Army wooden snowshoes made by Snocraft. The snowshoes are made from solid ash with rawhide lacing. They are marked "Snocraft Inc. Norway, Maine U.S.A.". The snowshoes are in good condition. Each one measures 10.5" x 54".

88 - Raised Panel Carved Cherry Secretary Desk This lot includes a wonderful carved cherry, raised panel, secretary desk. When all closed, the secretary captures attention with its gorgeous raised panel doors, featuring beautiful floral carvings, and a stippled texture. The secretary is constructed of two main pieces - the top is a display cabinet, or bookcase, and shows off two framed, and bezel'd glass swing doors. The bottom desk portion has a main swing down door, which opens up to reveal a leather writing surface, and multiple storage cubbies. Underneath the main door, there are two well-sized drawers, and a large storage cabinet. The two exterior drawers, and the two drawers hidden inside the main storage portion have decorative brass pull handles. The secretary is in good condition, the mounting hardware for the shelves is absent. The piece measures 48" wide, 17" deep, and 91 1/2" tall.

89 - Early Quarter Sawn Oak Leather Top Partners Desk This lot provides you with the opportunity to bid on a rare original antique beautiful oak partners desk. This is a true early 1900 antique partners desk. When you initially approach the desk, you will first see the gorgeous leather lined top inset into the table, and displaying a rich burgundy color, with golden embossments around the edges - showing a repeating floral pattern. On each side of the table there are three pull drawers, each adorned with two brass drop-ring handles. Each corner of the table sits prominently on carved column legs, which are capped with brass colored rollers. The table ends show raised panel design, which shows off the wood grain excellently. The table appears to originate from the mid-late 19th century, and shows good condition. There have been some repair to the drawers, and the table top is partially separating from the body. However, its still in good usable condition, and displays fantastically. The table measures 59 1/2" wide, 38" deep, and 29" tall.

90 - Antique Ornate Mexican Hand Carved Blanket Trunk This lot offers you an antique Mexican blanket trunk. The front of the trunk exhibits incredibly ornate, hand carved panels, depicting an intertwined floral pattern. The trunk is constructed with a heavy duty, solid pillar on each corner, which are topped with carved finials. The top of the trunk has a 2/3 hinging lid, and can be secured shut with a hand forged iron chain. The trunk appears to originate from the mid to late 1800's, and shows good condition, especially for age. The trunk measures 44 1/2" wide, 24 7/8" deep, and 48 7/8" tall.

91 - Denali Fur & Trade Company No. 15 HBC Bear Trap This is a Denali Fur and Trade Company No. 15 bear trap. The pan on the trap is marked "Denali Fur and Trade Company No. 15 HBC". The trap features large toothed jaws and a double spring composition. The bear trap is in good condition. It measures 12" x 34.5"

92 - Duke #15 Double Spring Grizzly Bear Trap This is a Duke #15 grizzly bear trap. The trap features a double spring action with offset teeth mounted jaws. The embossed pan is marked "Duke Trap #15 Bear D". The bear trap has the original drag chain and is in good condition. It measures 35" long.

93 - American Fur & Trade HBC No. 6 Grizzly Bear Trap This is a large grizzly bear trap. The pan is marked "American Fur and Trade Company HBC No. 6". The trap features a double spring composition with a heavy gauge drag chain and ring. The grizzly bear trap is in good condition. It measures 17.5" x 44".

94 - Collection Of Victor And Triumph Traps This lot contains a collection of six traps. They are in good condition for there age and are in working order. These are double spring model No. 4 traps, all with drag chains. The largest trap measures 18 1/2" W x 4" T x 4 3/4" D

94a - 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".

94b - 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".

95 - Antique Cast Iron School Bell This is an antique cast iron school bell with yoke and cradle. The bell is marked at the yoke "C.S. Bell & Co. 2 Hillsboro, O." and "No. 2 Yoke / 1886 / T". The cradle is marked "Crystal Metal 2" and "No. 2 Upright 1886". The antique bell is in good condition. The bell measures 16.25" in diameter.

96 - Springfield Arms Co. Pocket Model Cal .28 Revolver This lot features a excellent example Sprinfield Arms Co. Warner's Factory Engraved Pocket Model Cal. .28 Revolver. The revolver features factory engraving, brass front sight, walnut grip, and six shot cylinder. Only 500 of this rare American revolver were manufactured for one year in 1851! Beautiful hand engraved scroll on the frame with circular engraving patterns on the entire circumference of the unique deep groove cylinder. This revolver with 2 5/8” barrel is in remarkable condition inside and out. The metal surfaces have no indication of ever having been cleaned and show no signs of rust or abuse of any kind. Even the barrel and cylinder retain fine original blue finish, unusual and attractive center hammer design with bag-style walnut grips make this unusual and historical piece unique in it’s appearance and easily identifiable. Mechanically perfect with tight indexing of the cylinder and lockup. With only 500 manufactured 166 years ago, surviving examples are few. This would have to be one of the best extant. Antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required.

97 - Colt M1855 Sidehammer Root .28 Pocket Revolver Offered for sale is a impressive example of a Colt Model 1855 Sidehammer Root .28 Cal Pocket Revolver. The revolver features a 3 1/2" octagon barrel, five shot cylinder, walnut grips, side hammer, and a blue'd finish. This revolver was named after Elisha K. Root, the noted Colt designer (although Samuel Colt himself actually invented this model). This distinct model went into production in 1855 and was discontinued in 1870. It is a cap & ball single-action pocket revolver used during the American Civil War and made by the Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company in two calibers: .28 and .31. It is also the only Colt to have a side mounted hammer, “wraparound grip,” spur trigger and a cylinder retaining pin that enters the frame from the rear. In 1855 the Sidehammer was the first Colt's revolver to use the "creeping" loading lever. This loading mechanism was used again in 1860 in the design of the Colt Army Model 1860, the Colt Navy Model 1861 and the Colt Police Model 1862. The cylinder scene engraved on the first 25,000 pistols was created by banknote engraver Waterman Ormsby. The image was his fourth and last to be featured on Colt revolvers. The overall scene is 1 1/16 inch wide by 3 1/4 inch long. At one end of the scene is the text, "COLT'S PATENT No. 14705". The image contains a pioneer defending himself against an attack by six Indians in Seminole-style attire using a pair of revolver pistols. Along the top of the scene (the edge of the cylinder which is closest to the pistol barrel) is a "finely detailed wavy line and dot border". This is an exceptional example, this fine revolver retains nearly all the iconic “Cabin and Indian” roll engraved scene on the cylinder (usually this is worn away), excellent original walnut grips, fine original blue on all major parts, excellent screws, deep clear barrel markings of “COLTS PATENT 1855” and the usual Colt Co. Hartford, Connecticut address, cylinder has matching serial number 6381, retains the original small cone front sight. Many of these small Colts were bought and used by Civil War soldiers as personal weapons. They were also popular in the California Gold Fields. This revolver has a serial number of 6381 and is a second year of production revolver, being manufactured in 1856. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required.

98 - Allen&Wheelock Bar Hammer .34 Cal Pocket Revolver This lot features a Allen & Wheelock Bar Hammer Medium Frame .34 Caliber Pocket Revolver. This is a fascinating handgun of the transition period when Allen & Thurber/Allen & Wheelock were moving away from the pepperbox design of multi-barrel/bar hammer/double action pistols to the more modern and accepted revolver of multi-chambered cylinder and single barrel construction. Within a few years, Allen & Wheelock fazed out this model for more modern designs resembling Remington and Colt models. Only about 500 of these unique revolvers were made between 1857 and the early 1860s. Like the famed Allen pepperbox, this revolver exhibits the double action mechanism in which a single pull of the trigger cocks the hammer, revolves the cylinder and fires the gun. Also like the pepperbox, this arm retains the bar hammer and “bag” grips. Basically the rear of this handgun is of pepperbox design while the front has the new frame holding a single octagon barrel of 3” length. The barrel is correctly marked on the barrel which was manufactured with no provision for a front sight is “ALLEN & WHEELOCK WORCESTER, MASS./ALLEN’S PATENT APRIL 16, 1845.” The classic bar hammer is marked on the side “PATENTED APRIL 16, 1845” which is a holdover from the old pepperbox days. This is “Batch” serial numbered, this example shows #938 on the barrel side. Many of these saw service on both sides during the Civil War as personal weapons purchased by officers and enlisted men. With so few manufactured, survival rate in any condition is very small and examples of this unique revolver are few. It has original walnut grips showing aged barrel blue with fine cylinder roll engraved forest scene of deer and dogs. The revolver has fine mechanics with splay in the cylinder, and metal showing no abuse or cleaning. Antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 938.

99 - RARE Remington-Rider .31 Cal Percussion Revolver You are bidding on a RARE Remington-Rider .31 Caliber Percussion Revolver. The revolver features a five shot mushroom shaped cylinder, 3" octagon barrel, double action, and German silver trigger guard. This is one of the rarest of Remington products with an estimated 2,000 total production including the original percussion model (like this) plus the later cartridge conversion model. To quote from Flayderman’s Guide to Antique American Firearms: “This distinctive double action revolver was designed by Joseph Rider of Newark, Ohio. Remington’s contracted with Rider for the manufacture of the Pocket Model, and he became a valued employee of the company, moving to Ilion. One of the first double action revolvers made in quantity in the United States…early specimens have a dovetailed cone type front sight while later production had the pin type front sight.” The entire run was manufactured from 1860 to 1873- no doubt the later production were the cartridge models. The double action mechanism in which one merely pulls the trigger to revolve the cylinder, cock and fire the weapon works correctly as does the single action in which one pulls the hammer to the rear before pulling the trigger to fire. It is correctly marked “MANUFACTURED BY REMINGTONS’, ILION, N.Y., RIDERS PT. AUG. 17, 1858 MAY 3, 1859.” Wonderful uncleaned and unpolished condition with attractive patina metal surfaces and particularly fine original checkered rubber grips (these often badly cracked or replaced altogether). A supremely rare and key revolver being one of the first successful double actions made in the U.S. Surviving specimens are seldom seen or offered for sale especially in this early unaltered percussion configuration. This early example with serial number 755 has the early dovetailed cone type front sight. It was manufactured during the Civil War years. Antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required.

100 - RARE Allen & Thurber .34 Engraved Pocket Pepperbox You are bidding on a exceedingly RARE Allen & Thurber .34 Caliber Factory Engraved Pocket Pepperbox. This is the very seldom seen small size Allen Pepperbox that found favor as a pocket or “hideout” weapon. Many were carried as private weapons on both side of the Civil War. These early competitors to the Colt and Remington revolvers were popular with the “49ers” of California Gold Rush fame as well as gamblers and with urban dwellers in need of a small repeating firearm for self defense. The usual condition for one of these is gray metal at best and more often than not badly rusted, pitted and showing abuse. The frame is factory hand engraved as is the back strap. This is a double action pistol in which a single pull of the trigger revolves the barrel cluster, raises the bar-style hammer and fires the gun. The barrels are marked “ALLEN & THURBER” and “WORCESTER” plus “PATENTED 1845.” Walnut grips are excellent and exhibit the original high quality finish. Excellent mechanical condition and a truly outstanding example of a uniquely American firearm of the pre-Civil War period. Almost never found in this small size. This revolver was manufactured in 1845. Antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 324.

101 - Antique Stagecoach Driver Buffalo Hide Coat This is an antique stagecoach driver buffalo hide coat from the late 1800's to early 1900's. The coat features a tanned hide exterior with soft plush fur lining the inside. The coat shows good overall condition with minor damage to the underarm on each side and some repairs as shown. The coat is approximately size large.

102 - Montana Rustic Reclaimed Timber Potting Bench This is a Montana rustic reclaimed timber potting bench. The bench is made from all reclaimed rough sawn timber and corrugated steel to create this wonderful piece. There are two drawers in the front along with two large doors that open below for abundant storage space. The potting bench was handmade by a local Montana craftsman and shows good condition. The bench measures 51" wide, 28.5" deep and is 46" tall.

103 - 1947 Studebaker Commander Starlight Two-Door Coupe The lot features a wonderful original 1947 Studebaker Commander/Champion Two-Door Starlight Coupe. The piece shows an older complete restoration including paint and is in good condition. The vehicle runs, drives, and stops as it should. Complete Frame up restoration with less than 1000 miles on the rebuilt engine. The vehicle shows just under 71,000 original miles and is in all original restored condition, showing the original factory motor, original trim pieces, glass, wheels and tires, upholstery. The Studebaker Commander/Champion was produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana and was first released in 1939. For its size the Studebaker was one of the lightest cars of its ear with the chief engineers adhering to the key principle, “weight is the enemy”. The car was designed by Raymond Loewry and was one of the most desired coupes of its day due to its durable engine and excellent stylings. This is the coveted first year of production of the third-generation design and the first new cars after World War II. This was the first example that showed the new four-piece rear window, flat front fenders, along with back light illumination for gauges and automatic courtesy lights. The piece shows a 169.9 cubic inch (2.8 Liter) I6 Flathead engine that produced 102 hp in 1947 followed up by a 3-Speed manual column shifter with a one-barrel carburetor. The rear window has been referred to as the wraparound “greenhouse” window that was only offered on the two door coupes in 1947-1951 with this 1947 2-Door Coupe rear window being a only offered as a special factory order option. The vehicle runs and drives along with having good brakes. This has a brand new 6 Volt battery and a fresh engine build. The car shows good overall condition and displays wonderfully. There are a few chips in the paint. Truly a rare original restoration Champion in good show quality ready to drive home. This comes with an original factory speedometer gauge, various manuals, parts catalog, car cover, fine interior, and other various pieces. The car shows some slight chips. Provenance: From a long time, Northwestern Montana Ex. Estate.

104 - 1927 Chevrolet Delivery 1 Ton Truck The lot features a very unique and rare original 1927 Chevrolet (Chevy) 1 Ton Capitol Series Express Delivery Truck. The truck has been in the current owner’s family since it was purchased new. The truck was used to transport visitors to and from the Boundary Waters Minnesota Resort in the 1920-1930’s. Boundary Waters, also called the Quetico-Superior Country, is a region of beautiful wilderness between Canada and Minnesota and is part of the Superior National Forest. This is a very rare original factory special order long wheel base Chevy 1 Ton Express or Delivery Truck. Very few of these long wheel base full size trucks were sold and even fewer are still available for purchase let alone in this original driving condition. These long wheelbase open back trucks are sometimes referred to as “Stake-Trucks”. The truck shows the two-seat front cab with open back covered seating and a modern coat of paint on the wood, as it was used in a yearly parade locally in Montana. The truck has the factory original 2.8 Liter 171 Cubic Inch 4-Cylinder Inline Flathead Engine with original 3-Speed Manual Transmission. These rare trucks are referred to as the Chevrolet Series AA Capitol or Chevrolet Capitol manufacture. This body style was created by Chevy as an effort to beat the Ford Model T and newly released Ford Model A of the time. The engine shows the original fuel system with replaced fuel tank (original fuel tank included along with a replacement electric fuel pump), and an unmolested all original motor with original radiator. This also shows the original wood spoked wheels, original headlights, original front badge, original two-piece front windshield, and original metal covered over wood cab. Along with the drivetrain the vehicle also shows the original frame and suspension parts. The truck does have a newer professionally added exhaust system. This truly would make a fantastic piece of advertising for any small business or an excellent parade and show vehicle for someone looking for that unique ride. The piece shows the original gauges (odometer, amperes, and oil) with the odometer showing ___ current miles. The vehicle also still impressively shows the wood original steering wheel and metal step sides with original fenders. This is currently the most complete and good condition running 1927 1 Ton Truck currently available for sale. The vehicle is in mostly original running, driving and stopping condition. NOTE*** GO TO THE LINK BELOW FOR VIDEO OF THE TRUCK RUNNING. https://youtu.be/sl_yv5l7SO0

105 - 1927 Chevrolet 4-Cylinder Engine & 4-Speed Trans The lot features an original circa 1920's-30's (1927) Chevrolet (Chevy) Flathead Inline 4-Cylinder Engine with original 4-Speed Manual Transmission. The truck was with the 1927 Chevy 1 Ton Truck as a spare motor when the currently family members/collectors brought the vehicle to Montana. Transmission has lever locked out reverse. Transmission is marked, "10-7-27 / 551921" and the engine is marked "048532 / "bowtie" 4 / 1 3 7". The cylinders have been greased to ward off rust and water wear. No head included. Sold as is.

106 - Indian and White in the Northwest by Palladino This is a first edition of "Indian and White in the Northwest; or A History of Catholicity in Montana" by L.B. Palladino, S.J. published in 1894. The book provides a history of Catholic missions in early Montana history and their participation with the various Indian tribes such as the Blackfoot, Piegan, Flathead, etc. The book shows good overall condition. It has been rebound and shows several ex-library markings. Comes with the original fold out map near the back of the book. The book measures 6.25" x 9". The map measures 13.25" x 19"

107 - 1895-1909 Coggshall Saddle Miles City Montana This is an original Coggshall saddle from Miles City, Montana made from 1895 to 1909. In 1895, Charles Coggshall bought out the Moran Brothers Saddlery. In 1897, he partnered with Al Furstnow, however, by 1900 the partnership has dissolved and each operated their own saddlery in Miles City. This saddle shows a high back 13.5" seat with a brass horn. The back of the seat and the skirt are marked "C.E. Coggshall Miles City, Mont.". The saddle shows a wonderfully tooled design with silver concho accents throughout. The Coggshall saddle is in good condition.

108 - Persian Tabriz Fine Hand Woven Rug This lot features an exceptional example of the Tabriz pattern Persian rugs. The rug displays a wonderful "medallion" motif, and is surrounded by three steps of contrasting borders. Overall, the rug shows a tight weave with vibrant colors. There is some edge wear apparent, but shows good condition, and displays beautifully. The rug measures 104" long, and 48" wide.

108a - Persian Hand Woven Kerman Tree of Life Style Rug This item is a Persian hand woven rug in the "Kerman" style. The rug depicts a "tree of life" scene, with a ivory base color. The rug shows a floral motif, with multiple prancing deer, and lovely song birds. The rug has a multi-stepped polychrome border that shows fantastic detail. Overall, the rug has a tight pile, and rich color. The rug is in good condition. The piece measures 95" long, without the length of long cut fringe, and 60 1/2" wide.

109 - Moose Antler Fireplace Set & Burr Handle Tools Available for bidding is a rustic fireplace tool set, constructed of a moose paddle base, and a twisted metal frame. The moose paddle base, shows five prominent points, while the handles of the twisted metal tools are made of antler burr, otherwise known as pedicle. The head of the chimney broom is made of pine which accents the black frame and natural colors excellently. The kit includes a fireplace broom, shovel, and hooked poker. The kit is in good, unused condition. The set measures approximately 42 3/4" tall, 24" wide, and 18" deep.

109a - Moose Paddle Fireplace Tool Set This item is a rustic fireplace tool set. The stand is constructed of a seven point moose paddle, and propped in the back with a two point deer antler. The set includes a fireplace broom, shovel, and hooked poker. The tools are composed of a twisted steel structure, with antler burr handles. The tools hang freely off the moose paddle, via small antler points. The set is in very good condition, unused condition, there are some scuffs on the heads of the tools from storage and transport, as well as a slight chunk to the top paddle points. The kit measures 33 1/2" tall, 21 1/4" wide, and 22 3/4" deep.

110 - Early American Pine Blanket Chest Over Drawer This is a 19th Century American blanket chest in pine. The chest has a hinged top over two false drawers and one working drawer, all with original white knobs.; the top false drawer has the original brass escutcheon. The drawers are framed with applied molding along the base and front, and the chest sits on bun feet. It measures 53" L x 25" W, and is 37" Tall. The chest portion is 19.5" deep. This is an old piece with some surface imperfections, but in good original condition.

111 - Blackfoot Beaver Back Dag Knife 19th Century This is a very nice authentic mid to late 19th Century Blackfoot (Blackfeet) Native American Indian warriors dag knife. The piece shows the inconic "Beaver Tail" or "Paddle-Dag" design with the handle being secured onto the forged blade with six copper rivets. The blade has a raised medium ridge running down the center of both sides, an attributed which is an early documented weapons feature. The entire knife has a deep chocolate patina. The piece shows a line of three brass tacks along with top hilt area and seven brass tacks along the pommel end, a fine later addition to the piece. This is truly a fine and desireable edged weapon from the American Indian Wars Period. Unlike other utensil and fighting knives that would have been used as tools along with being brought into battle, the Dag Knife was used strictly only as a killing tool. These were typically were stored in an adorned sheath that would have been worn around the neck for easy access during a altercation. The knife measures overall 12 inches in length by 2.7 inches in width.

112 - Navajo Old Crystal Eye Dazzler Trade Wool Rug This is an excellent authentic Navajo Native American Indian hand knotted early trade rug showing an Old Crystal Trading Post "Eye Dazzler" pattern. The rug dates to circa early 1900 and is in fine condition for its age with some wear, but overall good condition. The rug shows all 100% wool very tightly woven construction with exquisite whimsical pattern with bright rich pigment natural colors of dark brown/black, tan, red and grays. Originally the Old Crystal trading post was established in 1894, in this remote part of the Navajo Reservation Southwest of Two Grey Hills and Northwest of Gallup.n 1896 J.B. Moore purchased an interest in the trading post and re-named it Crystal after a pure sparkling mountain spring that was in the area. Due to the remoteness of the Trading Post he started using a mail order catalog to sell his rugs to the Eastern market. The first catalog came out in 1903, with another in 1911. He left the reservation in 1911. During his stay at Crystal he greatly influenced the change in styles of Navajo rugs being produced at the Crystal Trading Post. This is truly a very tightly fine woven early Navajo trade rug. Measures overall 57 3/4" x 37 1/2".

113 - Navajo Crystal Eye Dazzler Trade Wool Rug The lot features an original Navajo Native American Indian hand knotted wool trade rug showing a Crystal Eye Dazzler pattern. The rug is from the 20th Century most likely the mid-20th Century and shows a finely woven tight construction with 100% fine wool. The rug shows bright colors of orange, red, dark brown/black, tan and gray. The rug shows some wear, but overall displays very well. The Crystal Pattern is one of the finest and most desired of the Navajo rugs for its unique artist appeal and skillful designs. The rug measures overall 36" x 26".

114 - Pre-Columbian Mayan Effigy Pipe circa 500 A.D. The lot features a unique and unusual Pre-Columbian Mayan culture ceremonial fetish smoking pipe dating to circa 500 A.D. The piece was said to have been found in the jungles of Belize on an expedition in 1932 by and from the collection of Dr. Paul Herrington and Gordon Hart. The pipe shows a terracotta clay manufacture with artfully carved designs having a lizard effigy smoking tip and death mask effigy above the pottery-styled smoking chamber. The piece shows no breaks or repairs and is in excellent condition for its age. This is truly a terrific item for the serious collector of Pre-Columbian, Neolithic, and Pre-Historic art. Measures overall 3.5"L x 1.5" tall.

115 - Chippewa Quilled Sheath & 19th Century Trade Knife The lot features a porcupine quilled parfleche knife sheath with 19th Century Buffalo Skinner trade fighting knife. The sheath is attributed to the Cheyenne Native American Indians of the Great Lakes Region. The sheath shows the porcupine quillwork with mineral pigment of yellow and red with some wear and having four rolled tin jingle cone dangles. Parfleche with a rawhide sewn outer edge is what the sheath construction shows along with being accented by a polychrome painted design in green and yellow. The trade knife shows a hardwood set of grips secured to the forged like skinner blade and spine with six iron rivet/tacks. The sheath measures 7.75"L x 3"W. The knife is 10"L. The knife dates to circa 1880.

116 - Blunt & Syms Engraved .48 Percussion Belt Pistol You are bidding on a Blunt & Syms Factory Engraved .48 Caliber Single Shot Sidehammer Percussion Belt Pistol. The pistol features a heavy 5" octagon barrel, factory engraving, original walnut grip, and side hammer. This is one of the most recognizable American pistols of the pre-Civil War period, this example has the scarce and desirable iron forend, fully engraved frame, hammer, back strap and trigger guard, brass front sight with tiny original notched rear sight intact. This was a popular heavy duty and powerful belt size pistol. Many of which saw service as personal weapons in the Civil War as well as in the gold fields of California and on the western frontier. One of the very few high quality American made and marked single shot pistols of this early pre-cartridge era. It is correctly marked “B & S” over “NEW YORK CAST STEEL” and "RC" on the bottom of the barrel. Excellent mechanical condition, metal ramrod intact (these often missing), overall good condition for age. Minor pitting around percussion nipple and barrel. Antique firearm. Manufactured in 1840-1850. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required.

117 - Colt New Police Cop & Thug .38CF Revolver 1885 You are bidding on a Scarce Colt New Police Cop & Thug .38 Center Fire Caliber Revolver. The revolver features a 5" barrel, blue'd finish, Cop & Thug grips, 5 shot cylinder, and factory ejector. The distinctive feature of this rare Colt is the “Cop & Thug” motif on the checkered grips. Only this model has this depiction of a “cop” arresting a “thug.” This example has the long 5” barrel with factory ejector rod correctly marked on the top with “COLT’S PT. F.A. MFG. Co.” over “HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A.” and is in the correct serial range for this model, #21943, manufactured in 1885. Overall excellent condition with serial number on the back of the cylinder matching the frame number, and still retains fine original blue, fine mechanically and particularly excellent “Cop & Thug” grips with no indication of cleaning or abuse. Thin thumb notch loading gate intact (these often missing). With less than 4,000 of this desirable early cartridge model made between 1882-1886, surviving specimens are few and far between. Many advanced Colt collections lack an example this unusual and uniquely American Colt revolver. Manufactured in 1885. Antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 21943.

118 - Smith & Wesson No.2 .32 Old Model Army Revolver This lot features a exceptional example of a Smith & Wesson No.2 .32 Caliber Rimfire Old Model Army Revolver. The revolver features a 6" barrel, rosewood grips, 6 shot cylinder, spur trigger, and blue'd finish. This was S&Ws first revolver over .22 caliber that was made from 1861-1874. As described in Flayderman’s Guide to Antique American Firearms: “The Model No.2 was a popular personal sidearm with many officers and enlisted men during the Civil War. General George Armstrong Custer is known to have owned a pair of these…The notorious western gunslinger ‘Wild Bill’ Hickock, while marshal of Deadwood was carrying a Model 2 “Army” (as well as aces and eights) the night he was shot in August 1874.” Those with serial numbers below 35731 were manufactured before the end of the Civil War. This excellent example is number 24354 and was manufactured during the middle of the war. The revolver is marked “SMITH & WESSON SPRINGFIELD, MASS.” BARREL MARKING with correct tiny but very sharp patent date markings around the cylinder and matching assembly numbers on the cylinder and barrel. Antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 24354.

119 - Colt Richards-Mason Conv. 1860 .44 Army Revolver Offered for sale is a RARE Colt Richards-Mason Conversion 1860 .44 Caliber Army Revolver. The revolver features a 8" barrel, 6 shot cylinder, brass front sight, and walnut grips. This is one of the rarest of the big caliber single action Colts. It is a product of the factory utilization of left over 1860 Army frames, barrels and cylinders to make big .44 Colt center fire revolvers. This was a time when most of the new 1873 Peacemaker Single Actions were going to fill U.S. Government contracts and this was Colts way of supplying the demand for a large .44 caliber cartridge revolver as well as using up parts. Most of these heavy holster revolvers saw hard use in the post-Civil War west. Those few of the original 2100 that have survived to the present are often in hard used and often abused condition. Only 2100 of these fine frontier six guns were made from 1877-1878. This example has the matching serial number 8” barrel marked on the top “COLT’S PT. F.A. MFG. Co. HARTFORD, CT. USA.” These rare arms are all in the serial range of 5800 – 7800 with this example numbered 7216. This number is also on the trigger guard and frame. Has the correct 1871 and 1872 two line patent dates on the left side of the frame. Fine worn one piece walnut grips, overall a deep uncleaned brown aged patina that shows no signs of cleaning or buffing. Popular with cowboys, lawmen and gunfighters. Fine mechanically and one of the most difficult of the Old West Frontier Colts to obtain especially in this condition. Many have also had their barrels shortened. This is a antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 7216.

120 - Civil War Starr Arms Co.DA 1858 .44 Army Revolver You are bidding on a Early Civil War Starr Arms Co. Double Action 1858 .44 Caliber Percussion Army Revolver. The revolver features a 6" barrel, 6 shot cylinder, and one piece walnut grip. Only about 23,000 of this model were produced and serial numbered from 1 on up. This example has the very low matching number of 3901 indicating early pre-Civil War manufacture and no doubt used through the entire war. The serial number is stamped clearly on the side of the cylinder, the frame (under the hammer) and on the barrel assembly (on bottom by the frame). Both walnut grip sides show a fine government inspector’s cartouche- these often worn away from handling and use. A very popular big caliber side arm that was fired double action- pulling the trigger cocks the hammer, revolves the cylinder and fires the revolver all in one motion. Many saw use with the Union Forces until captured and then used on the Southern Confederate side. Most found their way to the western frontier after the war. Left side of the frame marked “STARR ARMS Co. NEW YORK.” Right side of the frame also clearly marked “STARR’S PATENT JAN. 15, 1856.” This revolver shows good condition for its age and use. The mechanics are in good condition, original front sight, and case color on original short spur hammer. This is a antique firearm. Manufactured between 1850's to early 1860's. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 3901

121 - Deer Lodge Prison Hitched Horsehair Riding Quirt This is a hitched horsehair riding quirt made at the State Prison in Deer Lodge, Montana. The piece shows the highly desirable hitched construction done in black and white with tooled leather falls. The riding quirt is in good condition. It measures 30.5" long.

122 - Deer Lodge Prison Hitched Horsehair Belt w/ Buckle This is a hitched horsehair belt made at the State Prison in Deer Lodge, Montana. The belt has a finely hitched construction showing a beautiful basket weave design. The ends are leather and the belt come with a Montana Silversmiths engraved buckle. The prison made belt is in good condition. It measures 41.5" long.

122a - Deer Lodge Prison Hitched Horsehair Belt c. 1890- This item is an exceptional, and very early piece of Montana history, it is a 1890-1910 Deer Lodge Prison crafted, hitched horse hair belt, with a decorative silver colored buckle. The belt shows a "hitched" construction, which is a much more tedious craft than traditional braiding. The belt primarily shows a khaki base color, with a repeating diamond motif in the center, and symmetrical geometric designs on each side. The belt is finished off with a strap of dark brown leather. The belt shows good condition, especially for the age. It still displays vibrant color, and a well functioning buckle. The buckle is marked on the inside with a patent date, reading "PAT. APRIL 1912". The belt measures 37" long, and 1 1/8" wide.

122b - Deer Lodge Prison Made "Hitched" Horse Hair Belt This lot provides you with a Montana Deer Lodge Prison crafted, hitched horse hair belt. The belt shows polychrome coloring, showcasing an off-white base color, with light tan, and deep black accents. The belt displays a central diamond pattern, with symmetrical designs to each side. Each end of the belt is capped with a rich black leather straps, one holds the chrome belt buckle, while the other end has the eyelet strap. The leather straps have punched chevrons and sun flare designs, which compliment the theme of the belt fantastically. The belt is believed to originate from around the 1950's and boasts very good condition, the two widest eyelets do show some wear from usage. The belt measures 36 1/4" long, and 2" thick.

123 - Deer Lodge Prison Hitched Horsehair Rifle Slings This is a pair of hitched horsehair rifle slings made at the State Prison in Deer Lodge, Montana. The slings show a finely hitched horsehair construction with leather ends. The leather features beautifully tooled workmanship. The prison made rifle slings are in good condition. One measures 3.75" x 35" and the other one is 4" x 37".

124 - Deer Lodge Prison Hitched Horsehair Headstall This is an excellent hitched horsehair headstall made at the State Prison in Deer Lodge, Montana. The headstall shows a finely hitched construction done in more than eight colors including red, orange, blue, brown, black, yellow, grey and white. The prison made headstall is in very good condition. It measures 24" long.

125 - Alaskan European Moose Rack Trophy Mount This lot includes a European moose mount. The moose was taken in Alaska, and shows massive 8x8 paddles. The rack is in good condition, showing nice natural color and original condition. The mount measures 53 1/2" wide, 20 7/8" deep, and 31 1/4" tall.

126 - Plain Indian Polychrome Pictorial Painted Elk Hide Featured for you in this lot is a Plains Native American Indian, tanned elk hide. The bare side of the hide depicts a battle scene between Native warriors, and Native scouts. The scene is painted with yellow, red, green, and black ocher mineral dyes. The reverse side of the hide features supple elk fur, which shows an excellent golden brown color gradient. This piece is an excellent example of traditional Native craft, and is in fair condition. The scene shows vibrant detail, though the paint fades as you go from top to bottom. The hide itself shows good condition. The piece measures approximately 75" x 53".

127 - Montana Cinnamon Black Bear Taxidermy Rug This lot features a Montana cinnamon black bear taxidermy rug. The rug is expertly mounted on crimped, double layer brown/black felt. The bottom of the rug is based on decorative linen cloth, and has rigging d-rings around the edges of the rug for wall hanging. The bear has all of its vicious claws, which average about 1 1/2" - 2". The bear shows good condition overall. The bear measures approximately 64 3/4" wide, and 67" long.

128 - La Lune Collection Rustic Hickory & Leather Chairs This is a set of two rustic arm chairs from the "La Lune" collection. The chairs are hand crafted with select hickory and upholstered with top grain leather. The chairs are made in the United States using sustainable and eco-friendly practices. The chairs are in good condition. The chairs were originally purchased at a retail price of $930 a piece. Each arm chair measures 22 1.4" x 25 1/2", and 40" tall.

129 - Montana Rustic Reclaimed Timber Coffee Table This is a Montana made rustic reclaimed timber coffee table. The table was handmade using reclaimed rough sawn oak timbers. The piece is hand hewn showing fantastic craftsmanship and quality. The rustic coffee table is in good condition. It measures 35.5" x 43" and is 22.25" tall.

130 - Montana Rustic Reclaimed Timber Harvest Table This is a Montana rustic reclaimed timber harvest farm table. The table is handmade from reclaimed timbers by a local Montana craftsman. The piece shows hand hewn top using rough sawn timbers. The table has wonderful trestle style legs also made from reclaimed timbers. The rustic harvest table is in good condition. It measures 38" x 84" and is 30" tall.

131 - Navajo Wide Ruins Wool Trade Rug The lot features a Navajo Native American Indian wool trade blanket rug with heavy wool pile showing a playful Wide Ruins like pattern. The rug shows an alternating white, dark brown/black, and red stripe with storm like symbol in each corner. The rug is crafted of all 100% fine wool showing a fine weave and heavy pile for a kilim rug. The piece shows good condition with little wear. Measures overall 60" x 34 1/2".

132 - Northern Plains Polychrome Painted Drum 1900 The lot features an early 1900 reservation period Northern Plains polychrome painted drum. The drum shows a wood construction with stretched parfleche rawhide having a rawhide sewn outer edge and polychrome mineral pigmented paint in a geometric design. The drum shows paint along with wood outer area and on both outer sides of the drum. The drum does show some damage as shown, but overall in good condition. Measures 6.5"H x 9.5"D.

133 - Kiowa Fully Beaded Awl Case The lot features a Kiowa style fully beaded awl case. The piece shows a parfleche construction wrapped in Indian tanned hide with trade thread sewn glass trade seed beads in Cheyenne pink, blue, semi-transparent dark blue and semi-transparent dark purple. The piece shows rolled tine jingle cones and long fringe. This measures 15"L x 1.25"W.

134 - Northern Plains Style Beaded Child's Dolls (2) The lot features two Indian tanned like stuffed dolls showing glass trade seed beadwork in the styling of the Northern Plains Native American Indian tribes. Each dolls shows a tanned hide construction with fringed dresses and fully beaded moccasins (one has fully beaded high-top moccasins) along with a beaded dress. The taller of the two shows a beaded star like pattern with geometric band along wht top fo the shoulder covering. The other shows a fully beaded shoulder covering with three geometric beaded bands down the dross. Both dolls show a beaded face with real human hair. The dolls have a modern craftsmanship with modern stuffing. Larger measures 15.5"L x 6.5"W. The other is 13.75"L x 7.25"W.

135 - Northern Plains Style Fully Beaded Fetishes (4) The lot features four fully top beaded umbilical cord fetishes in the style of the Northern Plains Native American Indian tribes. The modern set of four shows two beaded turtles, a beaded patriotic American Bald Eagle, and a beaded Sparrow. Each shows an Indian tanned hide style of construction with modern stuffing and glass trade seed beadwork. Overall in good condition. Turtles are 6.75"x3" and 6.25"x4.5". Eagle is 6.5"x7.5". Sparrow is 6"x7".

135a - Mississippian Style Carved Stone Fetishes The lot features a collection of three hand carved stone fetishes in the style of the Mississippian Mound Ancient Culture. The first shows a steatite like stone with the form of a crouching feline and having a speckled finish. The second shows a crouching grasshopper or like insect in a hard yellow/brown/green stone. Lastly shows a seated figure with a body similar to a man having two arms and two legs, but the head of an ancient "god" like figure or deity / mythological figure that they would have worshipped. The age and origin of these pieces is unknown. The seated figure is 7"x3"x2.5". Grasshopper insect is 6.75"x2 5/8"x2 5/8". The feline is 6.25"x3.5"x2.75".

136 - Marlin Model 1895G 45-70 Guide Gun Rifle LN This lot features a Marlin Model 1895G .45-70 Gov't Lever Action Rifle. The rifle features a 18 3/8" barrel, blue'd steel finish, 4 shot tubular magazine, ported barrel, and walnut stocks. All of the Guide Guns are 37" in overall length and weigh 7 pounds. Perhaps the biggest advantage possessed by all of the Marlin lever action rifles is their solid top receivers, which strengthens the action and allows a telescopic sight to be mounted low and overbore. The flat action makes these easy rifles to carry, and they are naturals for transporting in a saddle scabbard. The rifle is in like new condition exhibiting little use and some minor handling wear on the stock. This rifle was manufactured in 1988. This is a modern firearm and a FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 00012491.

137 - Smith & Wesson First Model No. 3 Revolver c. 1880 This is an early Smith & Wesson .44 Double Action First Model No. 3 Revolver with original 5 inch ribbed barrel and very low serial number of 14975 from circa 1880’s. The revolver is chambered in the .44 Russian (the standard .44 S&W caliber from the 1870’s to early 1900’s). This is essential a Smith & Wesson Schofield revolver with slight variations and was truly one of the most popular big Smith & Wesson’s on the Western Frontier. The revolver features a top-break single action design with six shot rotating cylinder having an ejector mechanism. This is an all matching serial numbers firearm that shows obvious holster use as the original factory nickel finish shows natural wear to the sides of the barrel, typical of holster carry. This firearm has never been altered or cleaned and shows exc. grip strap nickel with only the most minor of edge wear, cylinder too shows good nickel with flaking in the flutes and edges, fine blue on the trigger guard and sigh latch along with a fine action with tight lock up. The bore is bright and the grips appear to have a perfect fit and are not chipped or cracked but show wear, especially on the right side, again an indication of right handed holster carry with the left grip is protected against the body and the right side exposed and rubbed. This is truly an excellent example of an uncleaned Frontier Cowboy Indian Wars revolver from the 1880’s. Antique firearm requires NO FFL.

137a - Marlin Model 1888 Top-Eject Octagon .32-20 Rifle This lot features a Extremely Rare Marlin Model 1888 Top-Eject Octagon Barrel .32-20 Caliber Rifle. The rifle features 24" octagon barrel, top ejects, full length magazine, and deluxe wood. Marlin Model 1888 extremely rare top-eject octagon rifle in .32-20 caliber, made 1889. This was Marlin’s first “pistol cartridge caliber” rifle offered and it seems almost this entire model (which was only made for two years) saw very hard use and often abuse. This one has the common "horse roll-over" cracked wrist area of the butt stock (frequent occurrence when rifles were kept in saddle scabbards) which has an authentic frontier/blacksmith repair with screws and bolts (would be easy to have repaired so the bolts are not visible), aside from that the balance of the rifle is fine, only 4,814 Model 1888s were made and of these only 1,785 were in .32-20 caliber, fancier than standard walnut in the butt stock, overall barrel, magazine and receiver are an even and uncleaned dark aged blue that is mixing plum/brown, exc. Marlin markings including the correct 1887 patent date on the barrel top, tight action, bore has good rifling, buckhorn rear sight with small copper blade/bead front sight. The most difficult Marlin model to find in any condition and the last top-eject Marlin model produced after which all were side eject. Great frontier appearance. The short-lived Model 1888 Marlin is almost never encountered for sale. This rifle was manufactured in 1889. Antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required. Serial number is 26090.

138 - Pre-Custer First M1873 Springfield Trapdoor Rifle Offered for your bidding pleasure is a Rare Unaltered Pre-Custer Battle First Model 1873 Trapdoor Springfield .45-70 Caliber. All of the First Model 1873 rifles and carbines in service were recalled and updated with new parts by the Arsenal in the late 1870s. This example was probably lost in battle or stolen before the recall as it retains the early style “long wrist/short comb” stock used only on First Model Springfields before the new “short wrist/long comb” came into use in 1877. It also retains the early “high arch” breech block with “Model 1873” over “Eagle head and U.S.” markings- again used only on First Models. Retains the coarse knurled First Model hammer with early 1873 dated lock plate and First Model rear sight with correct “slotless screws.” Still shows the “Circle P” proof mark in the wood behind the trigger guard and a very faint ESA in oval cartouche in the left side of the stock opposite the lock plate. The butt stock has the classic Plains Indian seven-brass tack cross design with the left side sowing five brass tacks in a straight line. There is deep staining around the tacks and there should be no question as to their age. The stock has a worn and aged look with all metal parts a very deep and dark uncleaned patina. Sides of the forend worn thin against the barrel, front sight and swivels intact, fine mechanics. Wonderful example of an unaltered Pre-Custer Battle (June 25, 1876) Springfield with the enhancement of being Indian owned and used. Few unaltered First Model rifles escaped the recalls and remain in their unaltered original condition today. This rifle was manufactured in 1875. Antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 53993.

138a - 3 Piece Springfield Trapdoor Carbine Cleaning Rod Offered for sale is a Original 3 Piece Springfield Trapdoor Carbine Cleaning Rod. This original three-piece cleaning rod for the famed U.S. issue .45-70 caliber Trapdoor Springfield Carbine. These rods were stored in the butt stock through a sliding trap in the butt plate. Usually these seem to be missing and are hard to replace. Slotted end for cleaning the bore with the threaded end allowing attachment for a “stuck case” remover. Shows a good condition, with a nice aged and uncleaned appearance.

139 - RARE Spencer/Springfield .50 Cal Repeating Rifle You have the chance to bid on a Exceptional and RARE Spencer/Springfield .50 Caliber Lever Action Repeating Rifle. The U. S. Springfield Armory only made 1108 of these long .50 caliber repeating rifles with 32 ½” barrels intended for infantry use by changing the Spencer carbine barrel and forend for a longer barrel and full length wood forend secured by two barrel bands and fitted with a cleaning rod. All of this model were made on the Spencer/Burnside marked Model 1865 receivers. This example shows these correct markings on the receiver top. The alteration work was done by the Springfield Armory in 1871 and issued to troops during the early days of the Indian Wars. Because of the limited number made by Springfield, few have survived to the present. This is a fine example that still correctly retains the original Spencer carbine stock with sling ring plate, correct Springfield rear sight and Stabler magazine cut-off switch ahead of the trigger (when utilized, this unusual and interesting device allowed the shooter to hold the cartridges in the magazine in reserve, yet allow for single loading and firing of the rifle), correct magazine in the butt stock. Butt plate still retains much of the original case color finish as does the more protected areas of the hammer. Excellent bright bore and all metal surfaces are uncleaned and show a lovely deep naturally aged patina, excellent markings and mechanics, cleaning rod intact, especially superb matching walnut butt stock and forend. The overall appearance of this desirable and extremely rare Indian Wars Spencer repeating rifle is superior in every way. This is a antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 31867.

140 - Winchester Model 70 .300 H&H Mag. Pre-64 Rifle Offered for sale is a Winchester Model 70 .300 H&H Magnum Pre-64 rifle. This rifle features a blue steel finish, 26" barrel, Walnut stock, skip line checkering, and scope rings. Pre-1964 Winchester model 70s are a sought after rifle due several desirable features, (Mauser-type controlled round feed, cut checkering) that the post-1964 version did not. This barrel shows much of the original bluing left, the receiver shows a matte blue finish with some loss. The rifle as a whole shows wear indicative with age. Curio & Relics rifle. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. It measures 46 1/2" L. Serial number is 308287. Rifle was manufactured in 1954

141 - Antique Brown & Sharpe Cast Iron Yarn Winder & Box This is an antique yarn winder and box manufactured by Brown & Sharpe Mfg. Company from 1880-1910. The base and mechanism are made from cast iron. The base is marked "Brown & Sharpe Mfg. Co. Providence, R.I. , U.S.A.". The yarn winder is in good condition. It measures 12.5" x 17.5" and is 17.5" tall. The original wooden box measures 14.5" x 19.5" and is 20.5" tall.

142 - Original Bronze Buffalo Sculpture by Daro This is an original bronze buffalo sculpture. The piece is made from solid bronze with a walnut hardwood base. The buffalo shows wonderful detail and artistic ability. The bronze is signed "Daro" and is numbered 2/20. This work of art was purchased by the current owners parents in Jackson Hole by the original artist for over $3,000. The buffalo sculpture is in good condition. It measures 8" x 16" and is 11.75" tall.

143 - Mountain Gardens Country Market Wooden Lounge This lot offers you a beautiful wooden lounge chair. The chair was crafted by Mt Gardens Country Market, in Bozeman Montana. The oak chair is six-way adjustable and sits on two wooden wheels. The chair is in very good condition, and measures 76" long, 31 1/4" wide, and 37 3/4" tall.

144 - Rustic Montana Reclaimed Oak Foyer Bench This lot offers you a rustic, reclaimed Montana hardwood oak entryway bench. The bench shows a gritty finish, with a heavy duty construction. The legs are formed with two large slabs, while the top sits on thick runners. The timber bench is in good condition overall. The bench measures 39 1/2" wide, 17 1/2" deep, and 17 3/4" tall.

145 - Solid Glossy Walnut Elongated Home Filing Cabinet This item is a solid walnut seven drawer filing cabinet. The cabinet boasts a gorgeous glossy stain, and is complimented by matching brass, drop ring pull handles. The top five drawers are standard storage type drawers, with no filing system - While the two bottom sets of drawers pull out to reveal filing systems large enough for legal, or standard documents alike. The filing drawers also feature a functioning lock system. The bottom of the cabinet has a sweeping kick board panel, and simple feet that accentuate up to linear carved corners. The piece shows good condition, there is some slight nicks around the bottom of the cabinet. The piece measures 59" wide, 17 3/4" deep, and 30 1/2" tall.

146 - Kiowa Beaded Strike-a-Lite Bag This is a Kiowa Native American Indian beaded Strike-a-Lite bag. The piece is made on tanned hide, likely buffalo, and shows a wonderfully beaded design on the front. There are jingle cones along the bottom edge and the top flap. The bag comes with a large flint stone and fire starting material. The Kiowa Strike-a-Lite bag is in good condition. It measures 4" x 6".

147 - Pendleton Glacier National Park Wool Blanket This lot offers you a Pendleton woolen mills, Glacier National Park, wool blanket. The blanket is manufactured of 100% pure virgin wool. Its historic markings and colors date back to the frontier trading posts. Traders would indicate the weight of the blanket offered in exchange for furs by holding up one finger for each pound. The original blankets incorporated three, four or five black stripes in the design, which indicated the value of the blanket. Colors and variations of the original striped theme have been adapted to reflect distinguishing characteristics of each park and blanket in the collection. The twin sized blanket is in NEW condition. The blanket measures 66" x 90".

148 - Pendleton Yellowstone National Park Wool Blanket This is a NEW Pendleton Yellowstone National Park wool blanket. The blanket is made from 100% wool and shows the golden yellow color with navy blue and maroon red stripes. The blanket has a tag that is marked "Yellowstone Park Blanket Est. 1872 Pendleton Woolen Mills Portland, Oregon". The Yellowstone blanket is in new, excellent condition. It measures 66" x 90".

149 - Large Non-Typical Whitetail Deer European Mount This is a large non-typical whitetail deer European mount. The deer shows an impressive 11x14 set of antlers and is estimated to be over 200 inches on a Boone & Crockett score. The deer mount is in good condition. It measures 33.5" wide.

150 - Ojibwe Fully Beaded Headband circa 1900 The lot features an early 1900's fully "loom" beaded headband attributed to the Ojibwe Native American Indians. Beadwork can be classified into two categories, that of on-loom beaded and off-loom beaded. The piece shows a very early calico floral trade clothe inside lining with blue ocher mineral pigment dyed Indian tanned hide adorned with the glass trade seed beadwork, all being trade thread sewn. The beads are all glass trade seed beads in chalk white, medium green, red, Cheyenne pink, and semi-transparent green. The piece shows some loss to the beadwork, but overall is in good condition. Measures 21.5" inside circumference by 1.75"W.

151 - The Oak St. Maries Idaho Whiskey Crock Jug This is an original two gallon whiskey crock jug from St. Maries, Idaho. The jug features a salt glazed finish with a label that reads "The Oak Wines & Liquors / St. Maries, Idaho. The jug shows good overall condition. There is a crack along the bottom that extends across the front of the piece. The jug measures 7" in diameter and is 11" tall.

151a - Antique Rose Distiller Whiskey Jug Atlanta Georgia This is an original antique Rose Distiller whiskey crock jug from Atlanta, Georgia. The jug features a two tone salt glazed finish with the original label that reads "Rose Distiller Atlanta" and shows the image of a rose. The jug is in good condition with minor wear and crazing. The jug measures 5.5" in diameter and is 8.25" tall.

151b - Overland Rye Whiskey Jug Butte Montana Liquor Co. This is an original 2 gallon Overland Rye whiskey crock jug from the Montana Liquor Company in Butte, Montana. The jug was made by the Red Wing Stoneware Company and features a two tone salt glazed finish with the original label that reads "Overland Rye / Montana Liquor Co. / Butte". The bottom of the piece is marked "Red Wing Stoneware". The whiskey jug is in good overall condition. There are several cracks along the bottom and the front as shown. The jug measures 8" in diameter and is 9.25" tall.

152 - Native American Arrowhead Artifact Collection This is a framed collection of genuine Native American Indian arrowhead artifacts. These authentic artifacts were collected by a surveyor who worked in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and the Dakotas from the 1940's to the mid 1970's. Included are many larger arrowheads and scrapers along with numerous small bird points. The artifacts are well accented by the wonderful beaded panel in the center and trade beads throughout. The beautiful antique wooden frame showcases this fantastic collection of Native American arrowheads and artifacts. The frame measures 18.25" x 22.25".

152a - Native American Arrowhead Artifact Collection This is a framed collection of genuine Native American Indian arrowhead artifacts. These came from the private collection of a retired surveyor who worked in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and the Dakotas from the 1940's to the mid 1970's. The artifacts are beautifully displayed in this piece. The suede leather background provides a stunning accent to these authentic artifacts discovered and held in a private collection previously. The antique wooden frame showcases this fantastic piece in a bold fashion. The frame measures 18.25" x 22.25".

153 - Antique Antelope & Civet Cat African Chiefs Robe This lot offers you a very early tanned antelope hide, and civet cat, African Chiefs robe. The robe is cut into a rectangular shape, and has a civet cat hide in the center, and at each corner. Each end of the robe shows broad pieces of hide fringe. The robe is believed to originate from as early as the late 1800's - early 1900's. The robe shows good condition for age, there are some scattered tears through the antelope hide. The robe measures 71 1/2" long, and 47 3/4" wide.

154 - Large Montana 6x6 European Bull Elk Mount This is a Montana taken, European elk mount. The mount boasts a large set of 6x6 antlers. The mount has been expertly prepared, and shows nice natural color, in original condition. The bull elk has a 340" unofficial Boone & Crocket score. The mount is in good condition. The elk measures approximately 52 1/4" from the nose to the tallest antler, 42" wide, and 30 1/2" deep.

155 - 1961 John F. Kennedy Inauguration No Parking Sign This is an original John F. Kennedy Presidential Inauguration sign from 1961. The sign reads "Presidential Inauguration NO PARKING Midnight January 19 to Midnight January 20 1961" in red, white and blue graphics. The sign is in good overall condition. It measures 12" x 18".

156 - Colt Alaskan U.S. Gov 1878/1902 45 Colt Revolver The lot features an exceedingly Rare U.S. Government Issue Colt M1878/1902 Double Action Revolver in a .45 Colt Caliber referred to as the “Alaskan” or Philippine” model. Only approximately 4600 of these revolvers were purchased by the US Army to replace the .38 caliber New Army Model Double Action Revolver. The Alaskan or Philippine Model Revolver features a 6 inch barrel with blue’d steel finish, a six shot cylinder, and distinct large trigger guard. This is the distinct variation of the Model 1878 Colt having the large trigger guard. The large trigger guard is explained in Wilkerson’s excellent book on Colt 1878. The reason for the larger trigger guard is simply that the main hammer spring wasn't strong enough in the standard commercial Model 1878 Double Action Revolver to reliably ignite the primers on military manufactured .45 Colt ammo. In order to increase the spring power and still make it possible to fire the revolver double action by pulling the trigger to cock and fire the weapon, the trigger had to be lengthened for more leverage and thus the bigger trigger guard. This is a truly a superb example with nearly all the barrel blue intact with only some light holster wear, fine deep blue on the cylinder, fine frame blue, exc. fire blue on the hammer back and trigger sides, beautiful original Colt hard rubber grips, lanyard swivel intact, front sight has not been altered, exc. markings, exc. bright bore. A very rare U.S. Government issue revolver used during the Philippine Insurrection. Seldom seen on the collector market today and this excellent unaltered example would be a fitting addition to the finest Colt or U.S. military arms and armor collection. The revolver also shows the correct checkered Rampant Colt hard rubber grips with lanyard loop on the butt. This excellent example shows all the correct Colt markings in addition to the Government inspector stamps. The right side of the frame is stamped, “U.S” and dated “1902”. The intials “J.T.T.” are stamped on the right corner of the frame above the grips. The Ordnance sub inspectors initials “R.A.C.” are stamped on the rear face of the cylinder, on the left front of the of the trigger guard bow and on the left rear of the frame above the grips. “P” firing proof on the rear face of the cylinder and the underside of the barrel is marked with a “P” and “K”. The revolver also shows the 45195 serial number matching on the grip strap, loading gate, and cylinder. The piece shows the standard on line address on the top of the barrel, “COLT’S PT. F. A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD CT. U.S.A” along with the “45 COLT” on the left side of the barrel. A circled Rampant Colt is located on the left side of the frame at the bottom right above the grip. Possibly one of the finest examples of this very rare Government issue variation currently available for public purchase. This revolver was manufactured in 1901. This is a Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. Serial number is 45195. Lesser condition and original examples of this model have sold in excess of $4,200.00 with this being a much more correct and rare example. Truly a top end Colt Revolver Collector piece. MO

157 - Colt 1860 Civilian Post-Civil War 44 Revolver RARE Offered for sale is a RARE Post Civil War Civilian Colt 1860 Army Percussion .44 Caliber Revolver. The pistol features a 8" barrel, brass trigger guard, and deluxe handles. This variation is much more scarce than the usual military marked and cut for shoulder stock model. Easily identifiable by the lack of cut outs for shoulder stock, these beautiful Colts were very popular on the Western Frontier. Preferred by outlaws and lawmen alike as well as cowboys, buffalo hunters and frontiersmen well into the cartridge era as running out of cartridges was not a laughing matter when none could be procured, while powder and lead could always be found. Even Wild Bill Hickok carried a pair of Colt percussion revolvers until his death in 1876. This is an excellent example with all matching numbers including the barrel wedge, exc. markings including the Colt address on the barrel top, the Colt’s patent stamping on the frame and the correct tiny “44 CAL” stamp on the left side of the brass trigger guard, special factory fancy grained one piece walnut grips are excellent, nice screws, tight action and a particularly fine engraved cylinder scene, front sight has not been altered, excellent metal surfaces showing no signs of cleaning or polishing. Even the most advanced Colt collections lack an example of a rare Civilian Colt 1860 Frontier Army revolver like this. Very hard to obtain this historically significant variant especially in such exceptionally fine condition. This revolver was manufactured in 1868. Antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required. Serial number is 175483.

158 - Kimber Eclipse Target II .45ACP Pistol w/Case LNIB You have the opportunity on a Like New Kimber Eclipse Target II .45 ACP Pistol with Original Case. The Kimber Eclipse target II has a bi-tone (polished) stainless/black finish, tritium dot front and rear underline night sights, a lightweight aluminum trigger, a commander style hammer, and a beavertail grip safety. It has front and back strap checkering, and rear and forward cocking serrations on the slide. The stainless steel slide and frame are finished in a matte black oxide, then all flat surfaces are brush polished, leaving the recessed and curved surfaces dark and contrasting. It also features a 5" stainless barrel, 5 eight round magazines, and original case. This pistol is in Like New condition, with few signs of use. It is a modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is K097475

159 - S&W No.2 Old Model Army .32 Revolver w/Holster You are bidding on a Smith & Wesson No.2 Old Model Army .32 Rimfire Revolver with Leather Holster. The revolver features a 6" barrel, 6 shot cylinder, German silver front sight blade, rosewood grips, and blue'd finish. This was S&Ws first revolver over .22 caliber that was made from 1861-1874. As described in Flayderman’s Guide to Antique American Firearms: “The Model No.2 was a popular personal sidearm with many officers and enlisted men during the Civil War. General George Armstrong Custer is known to have owned a pair of these…The notorious western gunslinger ‘Wild Bill’ Hickock, while marshal of Deadwood was carrying a Model 2 “Army” (as well as aces and eights) the night he was shot in August 1874.” Those with serial numbers below 35731 were manufactured before the end of the Civil War. This excellent example is number 10256 and was manufactured during the early to middle of the war. Most early No. 2's we find are typically in quite rough shape showing extensive use. For an early Civil War era gun, this one is exceptionally nice with quite a bit of original finish remaining. The top of the barrel is marked "SMITH AND WESSON SPRINGFIELD MASS." Overall this is a great example of a Civil War era revolver, with the bore showing some pitting and a hairline crack in the right grip that shows repair. This is a antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 10256.

159a - Colt New Line .32 Rimfire Nickel Revolver You are bidding on a Colt New Line .32 Rimfire Nickel Revolver. The revolver features a 2 1/4" barrel, 5 shot cylinder, walnut grips, nickel finish, and a spur trigger. The Colt New Line was a single action pocket revolver introduced by the Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company in 1873. Two years after the Colt House Revolver (1871), a year after the Colt Open Top (1872) and almost simultaneously alongside the Colt Peacemaker (1873), the Colt New Line was one of the first metallic cartridge rear-loading revolvers manufactured by Colt's. It was, alongside the Colt Open Top Pocket Model Revolver (1871), one of the first pocket metallic cartridge revolvers made by the company. This revolver shows good condition, with wear appropriate with age, with a small crack on the left side grip. The mechanics show good lock up, but it appears the hammer spring and hammer are broken. Non-firing. Antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background required.

160 - Eagle Arms EA-15 5.56x45mm Semi Auto Rifle w/Case Offered for sale is a Eagle Arms EA-15 5.56x45mm Semi Auto Rifle with Tactical Case. The rifle features a 16 1/2" 1/9 twist barrel, 1 thirty round magazine, collapsing stock, Blackhawk one point sling, and tactical case. Independent of ArmaLite, Karl Lewis and Jim Glazier formed a company named Eagle Arms in Coal Valley Illinois in 1986. Lewis had manufactured a wide variety of both commercial and military parts for M-16 rifles, and Eagle Arms assumed the increasingly distracting retail business from Lewis’ company, Lewis Machine and Tool (LMT). Eagle Arms initially marketed M16 and AR- 15 type rifle parts. The early Stoner patents had expired, and Eagle was able to build both parts and complete rifles. In 1989 Eagle commenced production of complete rifles, with LMT serving as the major supplier. In January 1994, Mr. Mark Westrom purchased the company. Westrom was a former Army Ordnance Officer and a civilian employee of the Weapons Systems Management Directorate of the Army’s Armament Materiel and Chemical Command (AMCCOM) at nearby Rock Island Arsenal. After the purchase, he continued producing Eagle Arms EA- 15 rifles. Plans were made to add a line of telescopic sights to the product line. Westrom’s background in military Service Rifle competition produced a focus on high grade target rifles even before the AR-15/M-16 rifles came to dominate American Service Rifle competition in the mid-90s. In November 1994 Westrom decided to initiate the design of a .308 caliber AR-10 type rifle, to be called the “M-10” in line with Eagle’s production of .223 caliber “M-15” rifles. Work on the project began in November 1994. The bulk of the engineering work was contracted out to LMT, with an experienced Quality Assurance expert, Mr. David Dorbeck, doing the bulk of the work. By coincidence, the president of the company manufacturing telescopic sights for Eagle, Dr. John Williams, had worked for ArmaLite in his youth. He introduced Westrom to the former Production Manager for ArmaLite, Mr. John McGerty. McGerty led Westrom to John Ugarte, the most recent President of ArmaLite. Ugarte had retained rights to the ArmaLite trademark. In early 1995, Westrom purchased those rights, and production of ArmaLite rifles resumed in Illinois. The corporation was reorganized as ArmaLite, with Eagle Arms converted to a division of ArmaLite. First shipments of new ArmaLite rifles began in 1995. This rifle is in good condition, showing signs of careful use. It is a modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 19563.

160a - Three Dosko Sport Rifle Cases Offered for sale is a collection of Three Dosko Sport Rifle Cases. The cases feature a hard plastic construction, foam interior, and four latches. These cases are in good condition showing little wear. They measure 52" L x 16" W x 4" D

161 - Wild Life on the Plains by General GA Custer 1886 This is a rare edition of "Wild Life on the Plains and Horrors of Indian Warfare" by General George Armstrong Custer published in 1896. The book provides riveting testimonies and accounts from the Western Frontier in the mid to late 1800's. As settlers moved west, conflicts with the Native Americans became unavoidable, such as the Battle of the Little Bighorn. The book features a wonderfully decorated gilt cover and many illustrations inside as well. The piece is in very good condition. It measures 6.25" x 9.25".

162 - Our Wild Indians by Col. Richard Irving Dodge 1882 This is first edition of "Thirty Three Years Among Our Wild Indians" by Colonel Richard Irving Dodge and published in 1882. The book provides an early account of Government and Indian relations on the Western Frontier in the 1800's. The book shows good condition. It measures 6.25" x 9".

163 - North American Indians by George Catlin 1841 This is a first edition of "Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians" by George Catlin published in 1841. This two volume set contains nearly 400 illustrations made from Catlin's original works. From 1832 to 1839, George Catlin extensively studied 50 Indian tribes, taking careful notes on their behavior, traditions and ways of life. Each volume has been rebound and shows good overall condition with age appropriate wear to the interior. Each book measures 7" x 10".

164 - Book of the American Indian by Hamlin Garland 1923 This is a first edition of "The Book of the American Indian" by Hamlin Garland published in 1923. The book is a collection of short stories accompanied by illustrations of Frederic Remington's artwork. The book is in good overall condition. It measures 9" x 12.5".

165 - Campolin Ring Pull Buffalo Horn Switchblade Knife This is an Italian ring pull switchblade stiletto knife made by A.G.A. Campolin in Maniago, Italy. The knife shows very high quality materials and craftsmanship and features beautiful buffalo horn grips. The blade is marked "A.G.A. Campolin Maniago-Italy 2015". The switchblade knife is in very good condition with a strong spring action. The knife measures 8.5" long with a 3.75" blade.

165a - Campolin Ring Pull Stag Switchblade Knife This is an Italian made ring pull switchblade stiletto knife made by A.G.A. Campolin in Maniago, Itlay. The knife shows very high quality materials and craftsmanship and features beautiful stag antler grips. The blade is marked "A.G.A. Campolin Maniago-Italy 2015". The switchblade knife is in very good condition with a strong spring action. The knife measures 8.5" long with a 3.75" blade.

166 - WWII Inland MFG. M1 Carbine .30 Carbine Rifle Offered for sale is a World War Two Inland Manufacturing M1 Carbine .30 Carbine Semi Auto Rifle. The rifle features a 18" barrel, walnut stock, original sling, cleaning/sling rod, and adjustable sights. The M1 carbine (formally the United States Carbine, Caliber .30, M1) is a lightweight, easy to use, .30 caliber semi-automatic carbine that was a standard firearm for the U.S. military during World War II, the Korean War and well into the Vietnam War. The M1 carbine was produced in several variants and was widely used by not only the U.S. military, but by military, paramilitary and police forces around the world. It has also been a popular civilian firearm. This carbine shows good condition, with some light wear from use. No magazine. This carbine was manufactured in 1943. Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 813827

167 - Colt Model 1849 .31 Cal Percussion Pocket Revolver Offered for sale is a Colt Model 1849 .31 Caliber Percussion Pocket Revolver. The revolver features a 5" octagon barrel, 6 shot cylinder, walnut grips, and brass back strap and trigger guard. This is one of Colt’s most popular designs that was large enough for aimed fire, but small enough to conceal in a waste band or unobtrusive holster. These six shot revolvers found favor with Civil War officers and enlisted men as personal weapons. This revolver has matching serial numbers on the frame, trigger guard, barrel and cylinder. It is correctly marked “ADDRESS COL. SAM COLT NEW-YORK U.S. AMERICA” along with “COLT’S PATENT” on the left side of the frame. Nice overall aged patina metal with fine walnut grips and brass back strap and trigger guard, shows good mechanical condition as well. This revolver has a Civil War manufacture date of 1863. It is a antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 225596.

168 - Remington New Model Navy .36 Percussion Revolver You are bidding on a great example of a Remington New Model Navy .36 Caliber Percussion Revolver. The revolver features a 7 3/8" octagon barrel, 6 shot cylinder, walnut grips, and brass trigger guard. The Remington-Beals Model Revolvers along with subsequent models and variations were percussion revolvers manufactured by Eliphalet Remington & Sons in .31 (Pocket) .36 (Navy) or .44 (Army) caliber, used during the American Civil War, and was the beginning of a successful line of medium and large frame pistols. It is commonly, though inaccurately, referred to as the Model 1858 due to the patent markings on its cylinder, "PATENTED SEPT. 14, 1858/E. REMINGTON & SONS, ILION, NEW YORK, U.S.A./NEW MODEL."; although wide scale production did not start until 1861. Only 28,000 of this model were manufactured between 1863-1878, compared to 122,000 New Model .44 caliber Army revolvers, making this one of the more difficult Remington models to locate. This example with excellent mechanics shows use but no abuse. Metal surfaces are nicely aged and patina, original walnut grips fit well and show normal use. The top of is correctly marked “PATENTED SEPT. 14, 1858/E. REMINGTON & SONS/ILION, NEW YORK U.S.A./NEW MODEL.” Serial numbers began at 23,000 in 1863. The serial number of this example is 29402 (correctly located under the barrel and hidden by the loading lever) indicating that it was an early production revolver made during the Civil War. Antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required.

169 - Spanish Model 1916 7x57mm Bolt Action Carbine This lot features a Spanish Model 1916 7x57mm Bolt Action Carbine. The rifle features a 22" barrel, cock on close action, 2000 meter sights, and wood stock. The M1916 rifle was introduced in 1916. It was a shortened version of the M1893 rifle with a straight stock chambered in 7×57mm Mauser which was a common round in use by the Spanish military. This rifle is in good condition for its age. The top wood piece shows a crack and the barrel shows light pitting. This is a Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 4168.

170 - French Fusil Modele 1866 11mm Chassepot Rifle This is a very nice and complete example of the French Le Fusil Chassepot Modele 1866, or more simply the Chassepot rifle. The Chassepot was France’s first “modern” bolt action rifle, and was adopted in response the Prussian adoption of the Dreyse “Needle Gun”. Both rifles were in fact “Needle Guns”, with very long, thin firing pins that penetrated a self-contained, combustible paper cartridge to detonate the primer. Both rifles had a reputation for being somewhat fragile, as the needle firing pins were easily broken in service. The Chassepot did have three primary advantages over the Dreyse design. The first was the location of the primer at the rear of the cartridge (allowing for a shorter needle), instead of the in the middle of the cartridge. The second was the use of a smaller diameter bullet that contacted the rifling directly, instead of using a papier-mâché sabot as the Dreyse design did. The final improvement was the use of internal obturation. This was in the form of an expandable India rubber gasket that sealed the chamber completely during firing and reduced gas leaks. The obturator was somewhat fragile and needed to be replaced on a regular basis to insure that the breech was securely sealed. The Chassepot was an 11mm rifle (about .44 caliber), making it one of the first nationally adopted military rifles to adopt a modern “small bore” caliber. By contrast the Dreyse Needle Gun used a 13.6mm cartridge (about .535 caliber). The Chassepot was the standard French military long arm from its adoption in 1866, through 1875, when it was replaced by the metallic cartridge M-1874 Gras rifle. The Chassepot served as the premier French military rifle during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-1871, but there were simply not enough of the rifles available for the French forces and many of them fought the war with obsolete percussion muzzleloaders or breech loading altered percussion muskets. The French eventually produced about 1.5 million of the rifles during its service life. This rifle is marked "Manufacture D'Armes St Etienne MLE 1866 F.V FH16616 S.1874 Valery M.S December J. 1874." This rifle is in good condition, showing wear from use and age. This rifle is believed to be in complete firing order. This is a antique firearm. NO FFL transfer or NICS background check required.

171 - Antique Rose Gold Montana Elk Ivory Cufflinks This is a pair of antique rose gold and Montana elk ivory cufflinks from the late 1800's. The cufflinks feature the solid rose gold setting (believed to be of 18K quality or higher but not tested) with beautifully matched elk ivories. The inside of the case is marked "Scruggs, Vandervoort, Barney". The elk ivory cufflinks are in good condition. Each one measures .75" x 1".

172 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Headdress Ring This is a Navajo Native American sterling silver and turquoise ring. The ring is made from solid sterling silver showing the Indian chief in the center with a full headdress that is inlaid with turquoise and mother of pearl. The ring is marked "Sterling" on the inside of the band. The Navajo ring is in good condition. It is size 11.5.

173 - Montana Double-Mounted Trophy Badger Rug This lot offers a viscous Montana taken Badger. The badger is double mounted on contrasting black and grey, crimped felt, with a fancy decorative linen base. The professionally mounted badger shows all of his sharp claws. The badger also shows a gorgeous color gradient, with dark brown paws, and a polychrome torso. The badger shows good condition, with minimal shedding. The badger measures approximately 26 3/4" wide, and 35 1/2" long.

174 - Montana Taxidermy Bobcat Rug This is a trophy Montana taken Bobcat hide rug in good overall condition for its age. The piece shows all the claws and a rich colored fur in good condition. The piece is felted in green with a well executed scalloped edge. The rug measures 39" nose to tail, by 34.5" between the front paws. This is a full mounted rug and includes the head: the jaw was left out intentionally.

175 - Brindle Pattern Montana Steer Hide Taxidermy Rug You can bid on a Montana taxidermy steer hide rug. The hide shows a wonderful contrasting brindle pattern, with brilliant whites, and rich blacks and browns. The tanned hide shows good condition, with no apparent bald spots or shedding. The hide measures 89" front to back, and 76 1/2" wide.

176 - Signed Navajo Sterling Silver Ram Head Bracelet This is a signed Navajo native American Indian sterling silver ram head bracelet. The bracelet is made from solid sand cast sterling silver showing two ram head figures. The back of the piece is marked "J.R. Silversmiths U.S.A. 925". The Navajo bracelet is in good condition. It measures 2" x 2.75".

177 - Navajo Sterling Silver Onyx Bracelet Cuff This is a Navajo Native American Indian sterling silver and onyx bracelet cuff. The bracelet is made from sterling silver and shows a wonderful figural eye design set with an onyx cabochon. The back of the bracelet is marked "925". The Navajo bracelet is in good condition. It measures 2.5" x 2.75" and is 1.25" wide.

178 - Navajo Two Grey Hills Wool Rug For bidding in this lot is a Navajo Native American Indian, Two Grey Hills pattern wool rug. The rug utilizes a thick weft, and shows vivid blue, red, rich black/brown, bright white, and nice grey. The rug uses a symmetrical geometric pattern which centers in the middle and stems out to all corners of the piece. The rug is in good condition, and originates from around the early-mid 1900's. The piece measures 64 1/4" wide, and 34 7/8" tall.

179 - Teak Wood Camel Saddle Chairs This is a pair of teak wood camel saddle chairs. The chairs are made from solid teak wood with leather seats and backs. The front and back of each chair shows wonderful carved accents. The camel saddle chairs are in good condition. Each one measures 22" x 25.25" and is 30" tall.

180 - Full Length Supple Mink Fur Coat Up for bidding in this lot is a supple full length, mink coat. The coat was expertly crafted by SCF Furs out of Sun Valley Idaho. The coat shows a uniform, rich brown color, which displays a beautiful sheen. The coat utilizes simple hook and loop closures, and features two exterior waist pockets, made of extra soft crushed velvet. The coat is in good condition overall, though the interior liner is coming detached - see photos. It is absent of a size tag, but its believed to be a woman's large. The coat measures 53 1/2" from the collar to the bottom of the coat, 31" wide at the bottom, 40" from sleeve to sleeve, and 20" wide from the bottom of each armpit.

181 - Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant First Edition 1885 This is a first edition 1885 set of “Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant” Volume I & Volume II. These pieces were published in 1885-1886 by Charles L. Webster & Company New York. The books show green cloth covers with bold gold stamped lettering and seal. The books are a fascinating read with a 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 set and a must own for any Civil War enthusiast. Cover shows some slight wear, but overall a desirable well preserved set. Volume I, after the title page, has a facsimile print of Grant's signature. Together these measure 6.5"x9 3/8" and each is 1.75" thick.

182 - Original Y-B Cigar Advertising Sign This is an original Y-B Cigar advertising sign. The sign is single sided embossed tin that reads "B-Y'S and Buy Y-B's". The sign features a wonderful graphic image of a cigar marked "Yocum's Y-B De Luxe". The Y-B Cigar sign is in good condition. It measures 12" x 27.75".

183 - Original Westby Montana Farm Loans Sign Early 1900 This is an original Westby, Montana sign. The tin sign is embossed and reads "Farm Loans Farms Sold and Rented Insurance All Kinds TRI-STATE LAND & LOAN CO. Westby, Mont.". The sign is marked in the lower right corner "Shedd-Brown Mfg. Co., Minneapolis, Minn.". The sign is in good overall condition. It measures 9" x 19.75".

184 - Plains Indian Beaded Doll This is a Plains Native American Indian beaded doll from the early to mid 1900's. The doll is made from tanned hide, possibly buffalo and features a beautifully beaded shawl, dress and moccasins. The beaded is done all by hand with glass seed trade beads in colors of Greasy Yellow, Chalk White, Medium Transparent Green and Dark Red. The Indian doll is in good condition. It measures 6.5" x 12.25".

185 - Raymond Yazzie Navajo Sterling Silver Watch Cuff This is a signed Navajo Native American Indian sterling silver with turquoise and coral watch cuff made by Raymond Yazzie. The cuff is made from solid sterling silver and is set with turquoise and coral cabochons. The back of the piece is signed "RY" in three places. The Navajo watch cuff is in good condition. It measures 2" x 2.5" and is 1" wide.

186 - Glock 33 Sub Compact .357 SIG Pistol w/Case LNIB You are bidding on a Like New Glock 33 Sub Compact .357 SIG Pistol with Original Case. The pistol features . 1/2" barrel, 2 nine round magazine, magazine extensions, night sights, and Glock case. This pistol is in like new condition, showing little wear. This is a modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is FBR115US.

187 - Glock 20C 10mm Auto Semi Auto Pistol w/Light This lot features an example of a Glock 20C 10mm Auto Semi Auto Pistol with Case and Light. This pistol features a 4 3/4" barrel, 2 fifteen round magazines, Insight flashlight, original case, ported slide and barrel, and night sights. The Glock 20, introduced in 1991, was developed for the then-growing law enforcement and security forces market for the 10mm Auto. The pistol handles both full-power and reduced "FBI" loads that have reduced muzzle velocity. Due to the longer cartridge and higher pressures, the pistol is slightly larger than the Glock 17, having a roughly 2.5 mm (0.1 in) greater width and 7 mm (0.3 in) greater length. Though many small parts interchange with the Glock 17, with a close to 50% parts commonality, the major assemblies are scaled-up and do not interchange. The standard magazine capacity of the Glock 20 is 15 rounds. This pistol is in good condition with few signs of wear. This is a modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is MFG809

188 - Springfield Armory M1A Scout Squad 7.62x51 Rifle Offered for sale is a Like New Springfield Armory M1A Scout Squad 7.62x51mm Rifle. The rifle features a 18" barrel, 1 ten round and 3 twenty round magazines, flat dark earth composite stock, and original box. The Springfield Armory M1A is a civilian version of the M14 rifle designed and manufactured by Springfield Armory, Inc., beginning in 1974. The term "M1A" is a proprietary title for Springfield Armory's M14-pattern rifle. Early M1A rifles were built with surplus G.I. parts until Springfield Armory, Inc. began manufacturing their own. The Scout Squad is an M1A marketed toward law enforcement users. It has an 18-inch barrel, a forward mounted optical sight base, and a proprietary muzzle stabilizer. This rifle is in Like New condition with few signs of wear and use. This a modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 357511

189 - Winchester Model 88 .243 Win Lever Action Rifle This lot features a Winchester Model 88 .243 Winchester Lever Action Rifle. The rifle features a 21 3/4" barrel, scope, intricate checkering, 4 shot magazine, iron sights, and walnut stock. Introduced in 1955 for the then new .308 Winchester cartridge, the hammerless Winchester Model 88 was entirely different and technically more advanced than any previous Winchester lever action rifle. In fact, its combination of modern features has never been equaled by any other lever action rifle except the more or less contemporary Sako Finnwolf, introduced about 10 years after the Model 88. Within a year the .243 Winchester and .358 Winchester cartridges were added to the Model 88, and in 1963 the .284 Winchester cartridge became available. It was a streamlined rifle that featured a solid frame, front locking 3-lug rotating bolt, side ejection, short throw lever, crossbolt safety, one-piece walnut pistol grip stock, black plastic butt plate, and a steel 4-shot detachable box magazine (three shot in .284 Win.). A hooded, gold bead front and adjustable folding rear open sights were provided. The receiver was drilled and tapped for scope mounts and aperture sights. Sling swivels were included. This rifle is in good condition showing little wear and careful use. This rifle was manufactured in 1967. Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 199165A.

190 - Remington Model 1100 12 GA Semi Auto Shotgun You are bidding on a Remington Model 1100 12 Gauge Semi Auto Shotgun. This shotgun features a 28" barrel, blue'd finish, walnut stock, modified choke, 2 3/4" chamber, and factory engraving. The Remington 1100 is a gas-operated semi-automatic shotgun, popular among sportsmen. The Remington 1100 was the first semiautomatic shotgun to feature significant improvements in felt recoil, weight and reliability. Designed by Wayne Leek, the Remington Model 1100 was introduced in 1963 as a successor to the Model 58 and 878 gas operated shotguns. The Model 58s had supplemented the recoil operated Model 11-48, which retained the long recoil action of John Browning's original design, present in the Remington Model 11 and the Auto-5. Later the 1100 replaced it as well. All models of the 1100 are gas operated with a mechanism that noticeably reduces recoil. Several variations of the Model 1100, in 12, 20, and 28 gauges, and .410 bore are still in production as of 2016. The Remington Model 1100 ushered in the era of successful and reliable gas-actuated autoloading shotguns, and, as of 1983, it was the best selling autoloading shotgun in U.S. history, in dollar terms. Over 4 million have been produced. This shotgun shows good condition, with some minor wear from use. This shotgun was manufactured in 1983. Modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is M359781V

190a - Remington 870 Express Magnum 12GA Shotgun LNIB Offered for sale is a Like New Remington 870 Express Magnum 12 Gauge 3" Shotgun. The shotgun features a 26" barrel, removable chokes, 3" chamber, original box, manual, and synthetic stock. The Remington Model 870 is a pump-action shotgun manufactured by Remington Arms Company, LLC. It is widely used by the public for sport shooting, hunting, and self-defense and used by law enforcement and military organizations worldwide. This shotgun is in Like New condition, with little wear other then a scrape on the left of the receiver(see photos). This shotgun was manufactured in June of 2004. Modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is D887575M.

191 - Early Sterling Pair Of Ornate Candlelabrum Offered for sale is a marked sterling pair of Ornate Candlebrums. The pair is marked " Sterling COHR Denmark". The pieces sit on a wood plaque but are otherwise sterling silver. Both pieces have a beautiful ornate Victorian look. Weight of one is 16.29oz. ( Not ozt). The set shows a wonderful Art Deco or early design with wonderful quality. The overall condition of the piece is good. Measures: 10" W x 5" D x 4" H

191a - Early Large Cast Iron Candelabrum This lot offers a heavy duty, blacksmith forged candelabrum. The piece shows six ornate candle holders on top, circled around a decorative finial. The shaft of the piece shows a twisted design. The piece is held firmly by a swirling iron base. The piece is in good condition overall, there has been a repair to one of the candle holders. The piece measures 57 1/4" tall, and 17" wide and deep.

192 - Antique Slag Glass Lamp This is an antique slag glass lamp from the early 1900's. The lamp has a cast iron base showing a wonderful floral motif. The shade is made from cast metal as well and features 8 slag glass panels and a decorative finial. The lamp is in good condition. It has been tested and is in good working condition. The lamp measures 14.5" in diameter and is 24.75" tall.

193 - Central Plains Fully Beaded Moccasins Early 1900's The lot features a wonderful set of Central Plains Native American Indian beaded moccasins most likely owned and used by a woman. The set dates to early 20th Century. The set shows an Indian tanned buckskin hide construction with parfleche soles and excellent glass trade seed beadwork in semi-transparent, semi-transparent dark green, greasy yellow, red, sky/padre blue. The moccasins still show early tie straps still attached (which are early shoe-strings/laces). The set shows minimal bead loss and some Native repairs. The soles measure 9.25" long.

194 - Plains Indian Copper & Brass Gorget Breast Plate This is a Plains Native American Indians copper & brass gorget breast plate. The piece shows a wonderful etching showing two Indian Chiefs. The large hanging gorget shows an early set of Faceted Vaseline Indian trade beads from early 1800's. The rare piece is believed to be from the early to mid 1800's. Gorget is 7.25"x8". Necklace is 15" strung. This comes in a black case with glass top measures 12.25"x16.25"

195 - Crow Indian Beaded Moccasins This is a pair of Crow Native American Indian beaded moccasins from the mid to late 1900's. The moccasins are made with tanned elk hide and show a wonderfully beaded design done in Light Blue, Chalk White and Dark Blue. The uppers have a red trade cloth accent. The Crow moccasins are in good condition. There is some bead loss as shown. They are approximately size 13.

196 - Navajo Buffalo Teeth and Coral Necklace This is a Navajo Native American Indian buffalo teeth and coral nugget necklace. The necklace features large coral nuggets with large antique buffalo teeth and heishi beads. The Navajo necklace is in good condition. It measures 28" long.

197 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Nugget Necklace This is a Navajo Native American Indian sterling silver and turquoise necklace. The necklace features a solid sterling silver pendant set with a wonderful Turquoise Mountain nugget in the center flanked on either side by a hand tooled feather accent. The Navajo necklace is in good condition. The pendant measures 2.5" x 3.5" and the necklace is 29" long.

198 - Signed Navajo Sterling Silver Opal Ring This is a signed Navajo Native American Indian sterling silver and opal ring made by Pete Sanchez. The band is made from solid sterling silver with a beautiful setting of fragmented opal. The opal shows fantastic flash and colors of blue and green. The inside of the band is marked "Sterling" and is signed "P. Sanchez". The Navajo ring is in good condition. It is size 9.

198a - 18K Gold Australian Boulder Opal Earrings This is a pair of 18K gold and Australian Boulder Fire opal earrings. The opal was mined in the Outback of Queensland and shows exceptional flash with colors of red, pink, blue, purple and green. The earrings are made from 18K gold and the backs are marked "750". The earrings are in good condition. Each one measures .25" in diameter.

199 - Navajo Sterling Silver Bear Inlaid Stone Necklace This is a signed Navajo Native American Indian sterling silver bear necklace with multi stone inlay. The pendant is made from solid sterling silver and is inlaid with turquoise, coral, onyx, mother of pearl and lapis. The back of the pendant is marked "Sterling" and is signed "MR" believed to be made by Michael Rogers. The necklace is in good condition. The pendant measures 2.25' x 3" and the necklace is 23.75" long.

200 - Early Navajo Yei Rug circa 1920s This lot features an early Navajo Yei rug. The Yei Navajo rugs begin in the Northwest corner of the reservation, in the early part of the 20 century. Developed by Will Evans Trader and owner of the Shiprock trading Company. Yei are religious deities taken from the Navajo Sand paintings. But these weavings do not have any religious significance. In these weavings the male Yei have round heads & the female Yei have square heads. Usually the these weaving have a stylized rainbow down the sides and across the bottom and no border. The pattern and style assort this rug with the Shiprock area of the reservation. The rug date the early 1920s and has a good tight weave. It is in good condition for its age. Measures: 44" L x 34" W

201 - Antique Walnut Glass Mercantile Display Case This is an antique walnut and glass mercantile display case. The case is made from solid walnut hardwood and features glass on four sides. The back of the piece has a hinged door to allow access to the inside. The antique display case is in good condition. It measures 10.5" x 13" and is 13.25" tall.

202 - Original Smokey Bear Prevent Range Fires Sign This is an original Smokey Bear sign from the 1960's. The sign shows the image of Smokey on one sign and reads "Smokey Says: Prevent Range Fires!". The sign is in fair condition with moderate wear and damage as shown. The sign measures 16" x 44".

203 - 1968 Squirt Chalkboard Menu Sign This is a Squirt chalkboard menu sign from 1968. The sign shows the Squirt logo in red, white and green near the top with the image of a Squirt bottle and reads "Enjoy Squirt Never an After-Thirst". The sign is marked "Copyright 1968 The Squirt Company M93BR". The Squirt menu sign is in good condition. It measures 19.75" x 28".

204a - Hand Carved & Painted Folk Art Santa Claus Statue Toy are bidding on a Hand Carved & Painted Folk Art Santa Claus Statue. The statue features a detailed and bright hand painted design, and detailed carvings. This statue looks to have been carved from a single piece of wood and shows great care. It is in good condition with some loss of paint where the wood has cracked from age. Measures 41" H x 9 1/2" W x 7 1/2" D

205 - Custom Leather Rifle Scabbards Dillon Montana This is a pair of custom made leather rifle scabbards from Dillon, Montana. Both scabbards are marked by the maker "Garry Johnson Maker Dillon, Mont.". the front of each one is hand tooled with the previous owner's name "Don Morris Havre, Montana". The rifle scabbards are in good condition. They measure 8.5" x 38.25".

206 - Colt Woodsman .22LR SemiAuto Pistol w/Holster 1921 Offered for sale is a Colt Woodsman .22 Long Rifle Semi-Automatic Pistol with Leather Holster. The pistol features a 6 5/8" barrel, 10 round magazine, wood grips, and adjustable sights. The Colt Woodsman is a semi-automatic sporting pistol manufactured by the American Colt's Manufacturing Company from 1915 to 1977. It was designed by John Moses Browning. The frame design changed over time, in three distinct series: series one being 1915–1941, series two 1947–1955, and series three being 1955–1977. The pistol features a good bore, crack in the right grip, fair condition of the bluing, and overall good condition. The leather holster shows some repair. The slide shows some sticking. This pistol was manufactured in 1921. Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required.

207 - Cresent Firearms Co. Peerless Model 12GA Shotgun Offered for sale is a Cresent Firearms Co. Peerless Model 12 Gauge Shotgun. The shotgun features a 28" barrel, double triggers, tang safety, and walnut stocks. The shotgun shows fair condition, with good mechanical condition and loss of finish. The stock has a repair and shows some looseness. This is a Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 225609

208 - Chicago Arms Long Range Wonder 12GA SxS Shotgun This lot features a Chicago Arms Long Range Wonder 12 Gauge Side by Side Shotgun. The shotgun features 32" Damascus barrels, hammerless design, tang safety, and walnut stock. This shotgun shows fair condition, with wear to the finish and surface rust. The stock is wrapped and has repairs. This is a Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 6350.

209 - Chinese Norinco SKS 7.62x39mm Semi-Auto Rifle You are bidding on a Chinese Norinco SKS 7.62x39mm Semi-Automatic Rifle. The rifle features 20" barrel, 10 round magazine, adjustable sights, and wood stock. The SKS is a Soviet semi-automatic carbine chambered for the 7.62×39mm round, designed in 1943 by Sergei Gavrilovich Simonov. Its complete designation, SKS-45, is an initialism for Samozaryadny Karabin sistemy Simonova, 1945. The SKS-45 was manufactured at Tula Arsenal from 1949-1958 and at Izhevsk Arsenal in just 1953 and 1954, resulting in a total Soviet production of about 2.7 million carbines. In the early 1950s, the Soviets took the SKS carbine out of front-line service and replaced it with the AK-47; however, the SKS remained in second-line service for decades. It is still used as a ceremonial firearm today. The SKS was widely exported, and was also licensed for production by then Eastern Bloc nations, Romania and East Germany, as well as China, where it was designated the "Type 56 Carbine". The East German version was known as the Karabiner S, the Albanian as the Model 561 and North Korean as the "Type 63". The SKS is popular on the civilian surplus market as a hunting and marksmanship semi-automatic rifle in many countries, including the United States, Canada, and New Zealand. The sks shows a good bore, minor handling marks, and some wear to the finish. Modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 017817

210 - Chinese Norinco SKS 7.62x39mm Semi-Auto Rifle This lot features a Chinese Norinco SKS 7.62x39mm Semi-Automatic Rifle. The rifle features 20" barrel, 30 round magazine, sling, bayonet, and original cleaning kit. The SKS is a Soviet semi-automatic carbine chambered for the 7.62×39mm round, designed in 1943 by Sergei Gavrilovich Simonov. Its complete designation, SKS-45, is an initialism for Samozaryadny Karabin sistemy Simonova, 1945. The SKS-45 was manufactured at Tula Arsenal from 1949-1958 and at Izhevsk Arsenal in just 1953 and 1954, resulting in a total Soviet production of about 2.7 million carbines. In the early 1950s, the Soviets took the SKS carbine out of front-line service and replaced it with the AK-47; however, the SKS remained in second-line service for decades. It is still used as a ceremonial firearm today. The SKS was widely exported, and was also licensed for production by then Eastern Bloc nations, Romania and East Germany, as well as China, where it was designated the "Type 56 Carbine". The East German version was known as the Karabiner S, the Albanian as the Model 561 and North Korean as the "Type 63". The SKS is popular on the civilian surplus market as a hunting and marksmanship semi-automatic rifle in many countries, including the United States, Canada, and New Zealand. The sks shows a good bore, minor handling marks, and some wear to the finish. Modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 16113687.

211 - Rambles in Wonderland By Edwin Stanley 1898 This is "Rambles in Wonderland; or, A Trip Through the Great Yellowstone National Park" by Edwin J. Stanley published in 1898. The book provides an early description of America's first national park. The book contains numerous illustrations and a map near the front. The book is in good overall condition. It measures 5.5" x 8".

212 - Story of Kit Carson's Life and Adventures 1st Ed. This is a first edition of "The Story of Kit Carson's Life and Adventures" by Dewitt C. Peters published in 1873. Kit Carson was an American frontiersman who lived as a mountain man, Indian agent and Army officer throughout his life. This book chronicles many of his greatest adventures. The book shows good condition with the deluxe embossed cover and gilt lettering. It measures 6.25" x 9".

213 - A Popular Life of Gen'l Geo A. Custer 1st Ed. 1876 This is a first edition of "A Popular Life of Gen. Geo. A. Custer" by Frederick Whittaker published in 1876. The book provides a comprehensive biography of General Custer from his birth and childhood until his untimely death at the hands of Native American Indians at the Battle of the Little Bighorn on June 25, 1876. The book shows good overall condition. It measures 6" x 8.5".

213a - Tenting on the Plains by Elizabeth B. Custer 1887 This is a first edition of "Tenting on the Plains" by Elizabeth B. Custer published in 1887. The book was written by General George Armstrong Custer's wife and provides a descriptive account of General Custer's service in Kansas and Texas. The book is in good overall condition with a wonderfully decorated cover and spine. The book measures 6.25" x 9.25".

213b - Following the Guidon 1st Ed. 1890 Elizabeth Custer This is a first edition of "Following the Guidon" by Elizabeth Custer published in 1890. The book provides a riveting account of Army life on the Western Frontier during the mid to late 1800's as told by Elizabeth Custer who was the devoted and faithful wife of General George Armstrong Custer. The book shows good condition with a beautifully decorated cover. The book measures 5.25" x 7.5".

214 - McClellan's Own Story Leather 1st Edition 1887 This is a deluxe leather bound first edition of "McClellan's Own Story" by George B. McClellan published in 1887. McClellan was a Major General serving for the Union Army in the Civil War. He was a graduate of West Point and led troops in many important battles of the war. The book shows good to very good condition. It measures 6.25" x 9.25".

215 - Colorado Saddlery Leather Rifle Scabbard This is a leather rifle scabbard made by Colorado Saddlery in Denver, Colorado. The scabbard is made from genuine leather with decorative leather lacing. The scabbard is stamped "Colorado Saddlery Denver 1790". The original leather straps are present. The rifle scabbard is in good condition. It measures 7" x 37".

216 - Lefever Nitro Special 12 GA Side by Side Shotgun Offered for sale is a Lefever Nitro Special 12 Gauge Side by Side Shotgun. The shotgun features a 30" barrel, rubber buttstock, walnut stocks, and engraved receiver. This shotgun shows good condition, It does show use and wear. There is a bulge in the last 4" towards the muzzle(review photos). Modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 212318

217 - Ruger Redhawk .44 Magnum 5 1/2" Revolver LNIB Offered for sale is a Like New example of a Ruger Redhawk .44 Magnum 5 1/2" Barrel Revolver. The revolver features a 5 1/2" barrel, blue'd finish, original case & manuals, rosewood grips, six shot cylinder, and adjustable rear sights. The Ruger Redhawk is a DA/SA, large-frame revolver that was first introduced in 1979 by Sturm, Ruger & Company. Made from high-grade steel, it is available in a stainless steel finish. The Redhawk is reinforced to handle extra stress, making it very popular for use by handloaders as it handles the hottest of Magnum loads with ease. In addition, the cylinder itself is longer than most competitors', allowing ammunition to be loaded to a longer overall length. This allows for either increased powder capacity, heavier (and therefore longer) bullets without compromising the powder load, or a combination of both. Custom ammunition manufacturers even have loads made specifically for Ruger revolvers that cannot fit in shorter chambers or revolvers of weaker construction (such as the Smith & Wesson Model 29). This makes the Redhawk popular as a bear defense gun among hunters and trappers. The Redhawk was the first large-bore double-action revolver made by Ruger. It was designed by Harry Sefried, who previously worked for High Standard Manufacturing Company, where he designed the High Standard Sentinel revolver. The grip profile of the Sentinel was used on the "Six" line of Ruger .357 double-action revolvers, which included the Ruger Security-Six and its variants, the Service-Six and Speed-Six. These revolvers were produced from 1970 to 1988, and were unlike other double-action revolvers in that they used a one-piece frame, rather than a removable sideplate, which lent them superior strength. The Redhawk, introduced in 1980, was a scaled-up and improved version of the Security-Six, the target model, with a square butt grip, adjustable sights, and 5.5- and 7.5-inch barrel lengths. The Redhawk was available in blued or stainless steel, and was primarily used by handgun hunters. The Redhawk, designed for long-term use with the heaviest .44 Magnum loads, included a new latch at the crane, to firmly lock the cylinder at front and rear, a feature last seen in the Smith & Wesson's triple lock design, discontinued in 1915. This revolver is in like new condition, with very few signs of wear and use. This revolver was manufactured in 2009. Modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 503-58799.

218 - Ruger Security-Six .357 Magnum 4" Revolver This lot features a Ruger Security-Six .357 Magnum 4" Barrel Revolver. The revolver features a 4" barrel, zippered case, manual, six shot cylinder, walnut grips, adjustable rear sight, and blue'd finish. The Ruger Security-Six and its variants, the Service-Six and Speed-Six are a product line of double-action revolvers introduced in 1972 and manufactured until 1988 by Sturm, Ruger & Company. These revolvers were marketed to law enforcement duty issue, military, and civilian self-defense markets. The introduction of the Security-Six and its variants marked Sturm Ruger's first attempt to enter the double-action revolver market. The corporation's earlier designs had been Colt Peacemaker-style single-action revolvers. Ruger used investment casting for most parts in an effort to hold down production costs. As with all Ruger firearms, the Security-Six revolvers were robustly designed with large, heavy-duty parts for durability and to allow for investment casting. The "six series" line enjoyed sales success because of their basic features, solid construction, and competitive pricing. This revolver shows good condition, with signs of careful use. This revolver was manufactured in 1982. It is a modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 158-54140

219 - Remington Fieldmaster Model 572 .22LR Rifle /Scope This lot features a Remington Fieldmaster Model 572 .22 Long Rifle Pump Action Rifle with Scope. The rifle features a 23 1/2" barrel, tube magazine, hardwood stock, scope, and cross bolt safety. The Remington Model 572 Fieldmaster is a slide action, .22-caliber rifle manufactured by Remington Arms. First introduced to the commercial market in 1956, the 572 Fieldmaster rifle incorporates a tubular magazine capable of feeding .22 Short, .22 Long, or .22 Long Rifle rimfire cartridges, a cross-bolt safety, and an aluminum receiver grooved for scope mounts. This rifle shows good condition, with handling wear and little wear from use. This is a modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. No serial number.

220 - Ruger 10/22 .22 LR Semi-Auto Carbine 1999 This lot features a great example of a Ruger 10/22 .22 LR Semi-Auto Carbine. The carbine features a 18 1/2" barrel, walnut stock, flip up iron sights, scope, and metal trigger housing. The 10/22 was a immediate success, It was designed as a quality adult gun (with adult ergonomics). The carbine is marked on the receiver "Ruger Model 10/22 Carbine .22 LR Caliber" and the barrel is marked "Before Using Gun-Read Warnings in instruction manual available free from Strum, Ruger & CO. INC. Southport Conn. U.S.A." The barrel is 18 1/2" L and the overall length is 37 1/4" L. The carbine shows good condition, with few signs of use. No magazine. This a modern rifle and requires a FFL transfer or NICS background check. Serial number is 249-92719

221 - Zapotec Mexican Wool Rug With Birds This is believed to be a Zapotec Mexican Wool rug. The rug is of hand woven wool with cotton warp construction featuring a bird design. The rug is in good condition and measures 55" x 24 3/4"

222 - Zapotec Wool Pictorial Butterfly Runner Rug Offered for you in this lot is a Zapotec Native American Indian pictorial runner rug. The design of the rug is broken up into four quarter segments, the two outside portions showing a dark grey color, and the insides boasting a light grey and rich black. Every quarter segment shows two beautiful butterflies with repeating triangles adorning their wings. The rug shows good condition overall. The piece measures 51" x 27 1/2".

223 - Wool Zapotec Pictorial Fish Runner Rug This lot features a Zapotec Native pictorial runner rug, depicting three sets of polychrome fish. The backdrop of the rug shows an off-white, maroon, and brown background, broken up into segments - the center of the rug is off-white, with a maroon column above and below. The three center columns house the robin egg blue, and tan fish. The runner shows good condition, still showcasing a tight weave and good color. The rug measures 26 1/2" x 55".

224 - Early Canadian Blackfeet Indian Portrait 19th C. The lot features a unique and unusual hand painted original work of art portrait of a Canadian Blackfeet (Blackfoot) Native American Indian. The piece shows early original paints and was done on a hand hewn piece of heavy hardwood. The portrait does not appear to be singed. This has the likeness of many of the great portrait painters of the Old West such as George Catlin, Karl Bodmer, Ace Powell, H.H. Cross, Thomas McKenney, James Hall, Edgar Paxson, Olaf Wieghorst, and Seth Eastman. The piece is from a prominent French Native American Indian artifact and weapon collection. Measures 5.25"x7.25".

225 - Pastime Plug Tobacco Large Counter Tin Featured in this lot is a large 16 pound net weight, "Pastime Plug Tobacco", counter tin. The tin shows wonderful graphics on three sides, as well as the container lid. The lid show a scene of a hunter shooting game birds with his hunting dog nearby. When you open the container, you will reveal a vibrant, color scene of a horseman striding over a fence covered in foliage. The piece is marked "Pastime Plug Tobacco / John Finzer & Bros.". The tobacco tin is in very good condition overall, there is some wear on the edges of the container. The piece measures 12 1/5" wide, 9 1/4" deep, and 4" tall.

226 - Original Crow Indian Dancer Framed Oil Painting This is an original oil on canvas framed painting of a Crow Native American Indian dancer. The profile portrait shows the Indian girl in a dress with a ceremonial headpiece. The painting is in good condition and has been signed illegibly by the artist at the bottom. The painting comes in a wonderful wooden frame. The painting measures 7.75" x 9.5" and the frame measures 17.25" x 19.25".

227 - Large Montana Petrified Wood Bookends This is a pair of large Montana petrified wood bookends. The bookends show wonderful colors of red, purple, brown, and grey. The bookends are in good condition. Each one measures 7.5" wide and 11.75" tall.

228 - Early American Quarter Sawn Oak Rolling Dry Bar This lot provides you the chance to bid on an early American, quarter sawn oak, rolling dry bar. The piece is composed of two shelves, with deep walls, and a bottom storage drawer, segmented into two halves and showing off two decorative, brass colored, steel drop handles. Between the two shelves, are gorgeous barley twist columns on each corner. The dry bar sits on old-school rollers. the piece is believed to originate from the turn of the 19th century. The dry bar is in good condition, the wheels are somewhat tight and hard to roll. The dry bar measures 22 5/8" wide, 14 5/8" deep, and 31 1/2" tall.

229 - Early Duncan Phyfe Style Leather Top Round Table This lot includes a leather inlaid, circular entryway table. The table is hoisted to about hip height on a singular turned column, with four outstretched carved legs, which are capped with bronze accents, and sitting on rolling wheels. The table top itself has an inlaid leather top and is contrasted excellently by the rich brown stain of the table. The piece has six brass drop-pull handles, though only one handle opens the sole raised panel drawer. The table is in good condition overall, the leather top is showing some drying, and there are some typical nicks from standard usage. The table measures 28 5/8" tall, and 34 1/16" across the top.

230 - Rustic Hardwood Peeled Log Bar Stools Available for your consideration is a set of three rustic hardwood bar stools. The stools are constructed with thick peeled logs, and show a beautiful blonde color. The stools are in good condition overall, there is some splitting present, as well as some loose hardware. Each stool measures approximately 17 1/4" at their widest, 17 5/8" wide, and 29" tall.

231 - Frank Beltrame Italian Stiletto Switchblade Knife This is a Frank Beltrame stiletto switchblade knife with a stag horn handle. The knife features a bayonet style blade marked "Frank B. Italy". The switchblade knife is in very good condition with a strong spring action. The knife measures 8.75" with a 3.25" blade.

231a - Frank Beltrame Stiletto Switchblade Knife This is a Frank Beltrame Italian stiletto switchblade knife. The knife is marked "Frank B Italy" and features a pearl toned celluloid handle. The knife shows very good condition. It measures 8.75" with a 3.25" blade.

232 - CFK Damascus & Exotic Camel Bone 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 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.

232a - CFK Damascus & Exotic Camel Bone Knife w/ 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 and 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. The custom fitted scabbard is made from genuine leather. The knife is in new, excellent condition. It measures 8.5" with a 3.75" blade.

233 - Original Porcelain Prevent Forest Fire Sign This is an original porcelain Prevent Forest Fire sign from India. The sign reads "Prevent Forest Fire / A Tree Produces Million Matches / A Single Match-Stick Destroys Million Trees / Karnataka Forest Department". The sign is in good overall condition with some wear and damage as shown. The sign measures 24" x 48".

234 - Complete Set of 30 Yellowstone Park Stereoviews This is a RARE complete set of 30 Yellowstone National Park stereoviews from 1909. The stereoviews were published by Underwood and Underwood and comes with the original display box. There are views of such places as Roosevelt Arch, Mammoth Hot Springs, Golden Gate, Black Growler, Old Faithful, Keppler Cascade and many more. This set of Yellowstone stereoviews is in good condition. The box measures 4" x 7.75".

235 - Red Wing 5 Gallon Advertising Water Cooler This is a Red Wing Stoneware Company 5 gallon advertising water cooler from Minnesota. The piece shows a salt glazed finish with the original spout and bale handles. The front is marked "5 Water Cooler / St. Paul Book & Stationery Co. St. Paul, Minn.". The Red Wing water cooler is in good condition. The lid is missing. The piece measures 13" in diameter and is 14.25" tall.

235a - Radium Spa Stoneware Water Cooler This is a Radium Spa water cooler. The piece is made from salt glazed stoneware and features the original spout near the base and the manufacture tag on the front that reads "The Radium Spa / Here's Health". The water cooler is in good condition, however, the lid is missing. The piece measures 11" in diameter and is 12.75" tall.

235b - Serasio Saloon Lead South Dakota Crock / Jug This lot offers you a Red Wing Stoneware piece, originating from Lead South Dakota from around the turn of the 19th century. The piece originated as a necked jug with finger holder and has since been shortened with an added lid. The crock shows off an off-white hue on the exterior, and a burgundy finish on the interior. The crock includes a Red Wing style stoneware lid, with a flower motif on the top. The front of the crock reads "The Serasio Saloon, - Chas. Serasio, Prop. - Dealer in Domestic and Imported Liquors - California and Home Made Wines - A Specialty - Lead, - S.D.". The crock shows good condition, with no evident crazing, or cracks. The top has been altered as stated above. The crock measures 8 3/4" tall, and 7 1/8" wide and deep.

236 - Savage Model 29 .22LR Slide Action Octagon Rifle Offered for sale is a Savage Model 29 .22 Long Rifle Slide Action Octagon Barrel Rifle. The rifle features a 24" octagon barrel, tube magazine, walnut stocks, takedown design, and adjustable sights. This rifle shows good mechanical condition, and the overall condition is good with signs of use and wear. This rifle is a Pre-World War 2 manufactured firearm. Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 108370.

237 - Remington Model 514 .22 LR Single Shot Rifle 1953 This lot features a Remington Model 514 .22 Long Rifle Single Shot Rifle. The rifle features a 24 3/4" barrel, blue'd finish, wood stock, and adjustable sights. This rifle is in good condition, showing little wear and light storage wear. This rifle was manufactured in 1953. Curio & Relic firearms. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. No serial number.

238 - O.F. Mossberg & Sons M190 16GA Bolt Action Shotgun You are bidding on a O.F. Mossberg & Sons Model 190 16 Gauge Bolt Action Shotgun. The shotgun features a 26" barrel, ported barrel, blue'd finish, 2 shot magazine, 2 3/4 chamber, walnut monte carlo stock, and variable C-Lect-Choke. This shotgun shows good condition, with little wear and careful use present. This shotgun was manufactured from 1950-1955. Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. No serial number.

239 - Remington Woodmaster Model 742 .30-06 Rifle Offered for sale is a Remington Woodmaster Model 742 .30-06 SPRG Semi Automatic Rifle. The rifle features a 22" barrel, iron sights, 4 round magazine, and free floating barrel. The Remington Model 742, also known as the Woodsmaster is a semi-automatic rifle that was produced by Remington Arms from 1960 until 1980. In 1981 the Model 742 was replaced by the Model 7400. This rifle is in good condition, showing great bluing with wear on the barrel, and minor handling marks. This is a modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 393660.

240 - Remington Woodsmaster Model 740 .30-06 Rifle You are bidding on a Remington Woodmaster Model 740 .30-06 SPRG Semi-Automatic Rifle with Scope. The rifle features a 22" barrel, 10 round magazine, 3x9 scope, and walnut stocks. The Remington Woodsmaster Model 740 is a semi-automatic rifle manufactured by Remington Arms between 1955 and 1959. This rifle is in good condition, but shows use from wear and storage. It shows good mechanical condition. Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 26005.

241 - Antique Kellogg Oak Wall Telephone This is an antique Kellogg oak wall telephone from the 1890's. The telephone case is made from solid oak and is complete with the receiver, ringer and transmitter. The inside of the telephone has the original magneto and coil as well. The antique telephone is in good condition. It measures 8.75" x 18.25".

242 - Carved Wooden Horse by A. Derman This is an original carved wooden horse by A. Derman. the piece is carved from a solid piece of wood. The horse is shown with great detail and shows good condition and is signed "77 A. Derman". It measures 14" x 16.25" and is 17" tall.

243 - In Darkest Africa By H.M. Stanley First Ed. 1890 This is a first edition of "In Darkest Africa" by H.M. Stanley published in 1890. Perhaps no adventurer is more closely connected with Africa than Lord Stanley, whose various expeditions did more to reveal the nature of that continent than any modern explorer. His 1887 mission to relieve the besieged governor of Egypt, his last mission to Africa, ended miserably when Stanley arrived only to learn that the governor did not care to be relieved, but instead was angry at the Englishman for interfering in his affairs. This account contains the harrowing details of Stanley’s journey through the nearly impenetrable Ituri, or Great Congo, Forest, which he traversed not once but three times over the course of his travels. The conditions were brutal; sometimes the expedition could achieve no more than three or four hundred yards an hour. Along the way Stanley compiled important data on the Pygmies and discovered the Ruwenzori, or “Mountains of the Moon.” The perilous journey nearly cost Stanley his life, and only a third of the men with whom he set out returned alive. The books are in good condition, with wear from age and use. The books measure 6" x 9".

244 - Our Country by Benson Lossing 1888 This is a scarce 2 volume edition of "Our Country; A Household History of the United States" by Benson Lossing published in 1888. The books provide a captivating history of the U.S. from early exploration in the 1500's to its settlement in the 1800's. The books are profusely illustrated and show wonderful gilt illustrated covers. The books are in good condition. Each one measures 7.75" x 10".

245 - The United States Secret Service in the Late War This is a RARE first edition of "The United States Secret Service in the Late War" by General La Fayette C. Baker published in 1889. The book gives a historical account of the role of the Secret Service during the Civil War. The book features a beautifully decorated cover and shows good condition. It measures 6.5" x 9.5".

246 - Montana Made Pine Tin-Top Table This is a small pine table with a tin top. It was made in Bozeman, Montana by TGW, a small furniture and decor shop. The table is in good, solid condition, though the top is a bit stained. The table measures 45" x 23.25", and is 33" tall.

247 - Beautiful Montana Bat Wing Chaps This lot offers you a set of beautiful Montana bat-wing chaps. The chaps show a rich burgundy color, and are decorated with flowing stands of long-cut hide fringe, from the waist, all the way down the chaps. Additionally, each chap has three silver colored, star conchos, each securing the fastening buckles, and showcasing long strands of fringe. The chaps are in good condition, they do display some minor nicks, and scratches to the leather. each chap measures approximately 28 1/4" tall, and 24 1/4" wide.

248 - Zapotec Native American Indian Wool Rug Offered for sale is this large hand spun and dyed 100% wool rug made by members of the Zapotec tribe of Mexico. The rug features nice vivid coloring and eye-catching geometric shapes. The rug is in very good condition for its age, showing little, if any, wear. The rug measures about 98" x 63".

249 - Commemorative Red Wing Pottery Collection This is a collection of commemorative Red Wing pottery. Some of these miniature pieces were collected from conventions. The set includes pitchers, jugs, mixing bowls, a koverwate, rolling pin, etc. All the pieces are in good condition. One of the jugs has a hairline crack on the base. The largest one measures 6" in diameter.

250 - Swiss Model 1911 K11 7.5x55mm Sporter Carbine Offered for sale is a Swiss Model 1911 K11 7.5x55mm Carbine. The rifle features 22" barrel, six round magazine, straight pull bolt, sporter stock, and leather sling. Produced concurrently with the 1911 Rifle, the 1911 Carbine replaced both the Short Rifle and Calvary Carbine. While production of the 1911 rifle stopped in 1919, Carbine production continued until 1933 with some 184,000 Carbines being produced. The rifle is in good condition, but showing some wear and missing the magazine follower. The rifle was manufactured from 1911-1933 and is a Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 254286.

251 - 2664ct. Lapis Lazuli Polished Stone Specimen This a large lapis lazuli polished stone specimen. The piece shows a brilliant blue color with pyrite embedded in the matrix. The stone has been tumbled for a glossy finish. The lapis specimen is in good condition. It measures 2.75" x 2.75" x 2.25" and weighs 2664 carats.

252 - Recent Indian Wars by James P. Boyd First Edition This is a first edition of "Recent Indian War Under the Lead of Sitting Bull and Other Chiefs with a Full Account of the Messiah Craze and Ghost Dances" by James P. Boyd published in 1891. The book provides a comprehensive account of major battles fought with the Native American Indians in the late 1800's. The book contains numerous illustrations and features a gilt cover and spine. The book shows good overall condition with some wear to the binding. It measures 5.5" x 7.75".

253 - Montana Taxidermy Coyote Rug This is a Montana taken trophy Coyote hide rug in good overall condition for its age. The piece shows a rich colored fur in good condition. The piece is felted in green with a well executed scalloped edge. Part of the felt has been replaced and shows slightly different shade of green. The rug measures 54.5" nose to tail, by 33" between the front paws. This is a full mounted rug and includes the head: the jaw was left out intentionally.

254 - Montana Trophy Bobcat Taxidermy Rug This is a trophy Montana taken Bobcat hide rug in good overall condition for its age. The piece shows all the claws and a rich colored fur in good condition. The piece is felted in red with a well executed scalloped edge. The rug measures 37.5" nose to tail, by 31.5" between the front paws. This is a full mounted rug and includes the head: the jaw was left out intentionally.

255 - Ancient Megalodon Tooth Fossil This is an ancient Megalodon tooth fossil recovered from the waters off the coast of North Carolina. The tooth shows impressive size with a wonderful patina. The tooth is completely fossilized and shows good overall condition. A fantastic specimen from an ancient Megalodon. The tooth measures 4 3/8" wide and 6" long.

256 - 1800's U.S. Internal Revenue Seal Padlock w/ Key This is an original antique Slaight U.S. Internal Revenue seal padlock and key from the late 1800's. The lock is made from solid brass and is marked "U.S. Int. Rev. / Slaight Patent Nov. 23, 69 / Patent Aug. 5 73". The lock is marked on the shackle "13909" and matches the number marked on the key. The antique Internal Revenue lock is in good condition. The key does work to open the lock. The lock measures 2.5" x 3.75".

257 - Navajo Sterling Silver and Turquoise Ring This is a Navajo sterling silver and turquoise ring. The ring is made from solid sterling silver and is set with a wonderful Cripple Creek Turquoise cabochon accented by a silver rope border. The Navajo ring is in good condition. It is size 13.

258 - Buck 110 Automatic Push Button Knife New in Box This is a new in box Buck 110 automatic push button knife with leather scabbard. The knife features a hardened steel clip point blade with brass bolsters and Ebony Dymondwood grips. The blade is marked "Buck 110 U.S.A.". The knife opens by the push button on the left side of the handle. The blade can be closed by pushing the lockback lever on the spine of the handle. The knife shows the exceptional quality and craftsmanship that Buck is known for. It is in brand new condition in the original box. The knife measures 8.75" with a 3.5" blade.

259 - Denise Yazzie Navajo Fetish Necklace This lot features a beautiful example of a Denise Yazzie Navajo Native American Indian Fetish Necklace. The necklace features three strands of different bird shaped fetishes as well as well as stones not carved, all of different turquoise, coral, mother of pearl, jet, azurite, and more. The necklace connects with a silver clasp. It is in good condition and measures 29.5" unstrung.

261 - Navajo Turquoise and Coral Heishi Necklace This is a Navajo Native American Indian turquoise and coral nugget heishi necklace. The necklace features beautiful bright red branch coral beads with Carico Lake turquoise set apart by the heishi beads. The Navajo necklace is in good condition. It measures 24.5" long.

262 - Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Bear Claw Cuff This is a signed Navajo Native American Indian sterling silver bear claw cuff with turquoise and coral made by Elaine Sam. The cuff is made from solid sterling silver and features a black bear claw set in the center with Sleeping Beauty Turquoise and coral accents. The back of the cuff is marked "Sterling Navajo Handmade" and is signed "ES" (Elaine Sam). The bear claw cuff is in good condition. It measures 2" x 3" and is 1.5" wide.

263 - Crow Fully Beaded Men's Belt Early-Mid 20th C. The lot features a wonderful Crow Native American Indian Reservation period fully beaded men's belt. The early 1900's to mid 1900's belt shows a harness saddle leather construction with steel/iron open buckle (typical of the early age) with wonderful glass trade seed bead work in sky/padre blue, greasy/corn yellow, dark blue, semi-transparent dark red, chalk white, semi-transparent dark green. The belt also shows various iron trade tacks in an artful design. The belt measures 43.5 inches long overall by 2 inches wide. Very minimal bead loss.

264 - Northern Plains Large Horseback Stone War Club The lot features a large Northern Plains Native American Indian attributed war club. The piece shows a rounded stone war club head with notched center median allowing the rawhide parfleche to wrap around the stone and attach to the wood haft. The solid wood haft shows a scrapped finish and has been completely covered in a rawhide parfleche wrap being sinew/rawhide sewn. The piece shows an added dark patina and displays very well. This was made in the likeness of similar 19th Century war clubs that have a large rounded stone with long haft which were used as killing tools on horse-back (horseback). Overall the piece shows good condition and displays well. Measures 25"L x 4.5"W x 3"D.

265 - Plains Native American Indian Bandolier Bag This is a Plains Native American Indian bobcat fur bandolier bag. The bag is made from tanned elk hide and wool trade cloth. The front flap of the bag is covered with bobcat fur. The shoulder strap of the piece has a knife scabbard made from an ermine hide with a bone handled knife. The Indian bandolier bag is in good condition. It measures 11" x 30".

266 - O.F. Mossberg & Sons 185D 20GA Bolt Action Shotgun Offered for sale is a O.F. Mossberg & Sons 185D 20 Gauge Bolt Action Shotgun. The shotgun features 25" barrel, 2 round magazine, 3/4 choke tube, and monte carlo stock. The Mossberg 185D is a 20-gauge bolt action shotgun, produced between 1947 and 1950 by O.F. Mossberg & Sons in New Haven, Conn. The shotgun shows good mechanical condition, with wear from use and storage. The stock has been repaired at the grip. This is a Curio & Relic Firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. NO serial number.

267 - Hi-Point Model 995 9x19mm Carbine w/Laser This lot features a Hi-Point Model 995 9x19mm Carbine with laser. The carbine features a 16 1/2" barrel, recoil reducing buttstock, peep sights, and laser. The Hi-Point carbine was developed for the civilian market and not specifically aimed at police department use. Nevertheless, it has been approved and purchased by a small number of local police departments that cannot easily afford to outfit all of their officers with more expensive long guns. This carbine is in good condition, with little wear. No magazine. This is a modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is E54079.

267a - Hi-Point Model 995 9x19mm Carbine w/Sling Offered for sale is a Hi-Point Model 995 9x19mm Carbine w/Sling. The carbine features a 16 1/2" barrel, sling, buttstock magazine pouches, and peep sights. The Hi-Point carbine was developed for the civilian market and not specifically aimed at police department use. Nevertheless, it has been approved and purchased by a small number of local police departments that cannot easily afford to outfit all of their officers with more expensive long guns. This carbine is in good condition, with little wear. The bolt handle has been modified and replaced(review photos). This is a modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is B20864

268 - Steven & Excel 20GA & 12GA Single Shot Shotguns This lot features a group of Stevens & Excel 20 Gauge & 12 Gauge Single Shot Shotguns. The shotguns feature 28" barrels, external hammers, wood stocks, and break actions. The shotguns are in good mechanical condition. Show handling marks and wear to finish. Stevens lacks forend. Modern firearms. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. Serial numbers are B540015 and 74286

269 - U.S. Military Stevens Model 620 12 GA Shotgun This lot features a U.S. Steven Model 620A 12 Gauge Pump Action Shotgun. The shotgun features a 23 1/2" barrel, weaver choke, and walnut stocks. The Model 620 was introduced in 1927 and is a streamlined version of the original 520. The safety was initially located inside the trigger housing just like the Model 520 but by 1929 it had been changed to a cross-bolt located behind the trigger. The stock was attached by a bolt connecting the receiver and trigger tangs through the grip of the stock. Initially the 620 was only offered in 12 gauge but a 16 gauge followed in 1928 and a 20 gauge was introduced in 1930. John Browning filed a patent for a “hammerless” shotgun with a unique take-down barrel and locking breech block on 10 Jul 1903, it was approved on 7 Feb 1905 and along with a separate 27 Aug 1907 patent, that applied to the connection between the slide arm and the fore end, became what would be the Stevens. This shotgun looks to be marked for military use, with the proper flaming bomb marks and correct locations. The shotgun shows good condition, with wear to bluing and handling marks. This was mostly likely a surplus sold shotgun and has been modified from original configuration. This is a Curio & Relic firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is 18452

270 - Mossberg 600CT 20 GA. Pump Action Shotgun Offered for sale is a Mossberg 600CT 20 Gauge Pump Action Shotgun. The shotgun features a adjustable choke, 27" barrel, tang safety, and wood stock. The shotgun shows good condition. It shows minor handling marks, use, and the safety is loose. This is a modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required. The serial number is H627134.

270a - Stevens Model 62 .22 Semi-Automatic Rifle This is a Stevens Model 62 semi-automatic rifle chambered in the .22 long rifle caliber. The rifle features a blued steel barrel and receiver with a synthetic stock. The rifle is marked "Stevens Model 62 Cal. .22 L.R. Only". The rifle is in good overall condition. The end of the barrel has some rust spots as shown and there is NO magazine included. The rifle measures 39.75" with a 20" barrel. Serial number is 0120179. This is a modern manufactured firearm and requires an FFL Transfer or NICS Background Check.

270b - Jennings Bryco Model 59 9mm Semi-Auto Pistol This is a Jennings Firearms by Bryco Arms Model 59 semi-automatic pistol chambered in the 9mm caliber. The pistol features a matte stainless frame and slide with factory grips. The left side of the slide is marked "Jennings Firearms by Bryco Arms Irvine, CA. U.S.A." and the right side is marked "Model 'Bryco 59' 9mm". The pistol shows good condition. It does not some with a magazine. The pistol measures 4.5" x 6.5". Serial number is 821365. This is a modern manufactured firearm and requires an FFL Transfer or a NICS Background Check. NO MAGAZINE INCLUDED.

270c - Smith & Wesson .38 Double Action Revolver This is a Smith & Wesson double action break top revolver chambered in the .38 caliber. The revolver features a nickel plated steel barrel, frame and 5-shot cylinder with factory grips. The top of the barrel is marked "Smith & Wesson Springfield, Mass. U.S.A.". The revolver is in fair condition with a missing trigger guard and a free-wheeling cylinder. The revolver measures 4" x 7.5" with a 3.25" barrel. Serial number is 6490. This is an antique firearm and requires NO FFL.

270d - Hi-Point Model C9 9mm Semi-Automatic Pistol IN BOX This is a Hi-Point Firearms Model C9 semi-automatic pistol chambered in the 9mm Luger caliber. The pistol features a synthetic composite frame and grip with a steel slide. The left side of the slide is marked "Hi-Point Firearms Beemiller Inc. Mansfield OH Model C9 9mm Luger". The pistol is in good condition and comes with the original box and paperwork. It measures 5" x 6.75". Serial number is P1228180. This is a modern manufactured firearm and requires an FFL Transfer or a NICS Background Check.

271 - Carved Montana Moose Antler w/ Ironwood Base This is a carved Montana moose antler with an ironwood base. The antler is beautifully carved showing a wintry scene with a cow and bull moose. The antler rests on a solid ironwood base. The carving has been signed by the artist "K. Wright". The piece is in good condition. It measures 7.5" x 16" and is 10.25" tall.

272 - Nazi Storm Trooper Officers BSA Post WWII Dagger This lot features a Nazi Storm Trooper Officers BSA Post WWII Dagger. The dagger features a 8 5/8" Blade, etched inscription, "Alles für Deutschland" translating to "Everything for Germany." nickel hilt is marked with a small, "Sa". The shaped wood handle shows the "SA" brown enamel round piece and Third Reich Reichsadler Eagle holding the Swastika inlaid in the center. The piece is marked "BSA Soligen Germany." The dagger is in good condition, with little wear. The dagger measures 13 5/8" L

273 - Robert F. Morgan Signed Limited Edition Lithograph This is a signed Robert F. Morgan limited edition framed lithograph. Morgan was a prominent Helena, Montana artist who was a member of the Northwest Rendezvous, the Montana Historical Society and the Charles Russell Art Auction. This piece shows a majestic bull elk and two cows. The lithograph is numbered 222/325 and has been signed by the artist. The frame measures 18.5" x 22.5".

274 - L&R Watch & Jewelry Cleaning Machine Master Model This lot features a very rare and unique L & R Precision Cleaning Machine Master Model. The machine would have been used to clean fine jewelry, early pocket watches, and wrist watches and would truly compliment any rare watch/jewelry collection. This is a great working example of the Master model with three different jars for cleaning with the motorized agitator. The piece is in good working condition. It is marked "L&R Precision Cleaning Machine Serial No. 16817 Model Master 60 watts AC & DC 115 volts Up To 75 CyC." The piece measures 19" H x 9" W x 11 1/2" D. Early 1900-1950's piece.

275 - Original Leonard Lopp Oil on Board Painting This is an original Leonard Lopp oil on board painting of a waterfall in Glacier National Park. Born in the late 1800's, Lopp became a well known artist that resided in Montana for most of his life. At one time, he was employed as an artist for Glacier National Park. He also did restoration work on many Charles Russell paintings. This painting was done on board and depicts a waterfall in the park. The painting is in good condition with some minor damage and wear as shown. It has been signed by the artist. The frame measures 17.5" x 32.5".

276 - Bryco Arms Model Jennings Nine 9mm Pistol This is a Bryco Arms Costa Mes, CA USA Model Jennings Nine 9mm semi automatic pistol. The pistol has a silver like finish with black grips. The signature feature of the Nine is the easy to use top screw adjusted rear sights for windage and elevation. Other, higher priced, pistols do not offer this kind of flexibility. The high visibility red front sight is another great feature which adds to a highly effective sight pattern. These features coupled with a last round slide hold open makes this pistol uncommonly accurate and a delight at the range. Accurate 9mm pistol shows good condition with some slight wear, the safety is also worn, so it is stuck in the "fire" position. This is a modern firearm and requires FFL transfer or NICS background check, Serial number 1086033.

277 - L.A. Huffman Young Cheyenne Mother and Child Photo This is an L.A. Huffman photograph titled "Young Cheyenne Mother and Child". Huffman was a photographer who came to Montana in 1878 to be the post photographer at Ft. Keogh. He later opened a studio in Miles City, Montana. This photograph was made using an original glass negative. It shows good overall condition. There are staple holes in the corners as shown. The photo measures 11" x 14".

278 - L.A. Huffman Brave Wolf and Wife Photograph This is an L.A. Huffman photograph titled "Cheyenne Brave Wolf and Wife Beside the Sweat Lodge". Huffman was a photographer who came to Montana in 1878 to be the post photographer at Ft. Keogh. He later opened a studio in Miles City, Montana. This photograph was made using an original glass negative. It shows good overall condition. There are staple holes in the corners as shown. The photo measures 11" x 14".

279 - Pre-Columbian Jade Bead Necklace Offered in this lot is a Pre-Columbian Jade bead Necklace. Jade was considered a rare and valued commodity among pre-Columbian Mesoamerican cultures, such as the Olmec, the Maya, and other various groups in the Valley of Mexico. Indigenous cultures could obtain jade in the Motagua River Valley in Guatemala, and later found it could be mined near what is today Chilpancingo Guerrero Mexico. The hard jade has stood the test of time, displaying good condition with little cracking, and minor chips. When stretched out, the necklace measures approximately 12" long. the largest stone measures 1 1/2" wide.

280 - Original Herb Schraml Oil on Canvas Painting This is an original Herb Schraml oil on canvas painting. The painting is titled "Mt. Rainier Paradise Side" and shows the snow covered peak in a wonderful autumn landscape scene. The painting is in good condition. The frame measures 11.5" x 13.25".

281 - Original Herb Schraml Oil on Canvas Painting This is an original herb Schraml oil on canvas painting. The painting is titled "Pyramid Peak" and shows the mountainous area high above Lake Crescent's north shore in Washington. The painting is in good condition. The frame measures 11.5" x 13.25".

282 - First Across the Continent 1901 First Edition This is a First Edition "First Across The Continent" by the author Noah Brooks published in 1901. This book features 365 historical pages nicely enhanced by black and white illustrations and a fold-out map. "The story of the expedition of Lewis and Clark is one of surpassing interest. These men, with their faithful followers, were the first white men who crossed the continent of North America between the regions occupied by the Spanish and those of the people of English descent. They were the first to explore the valleys of the Upper Missouri, the Yellowstone, and the Columbia and its tributaries. Many of the red men who inhabited those pathless wildernesses looked for the first time on pale-faces when they saw these adventurous discoverers." The book is in good condition. Measures 5 7/8" W x 8 1/8" tall.

283 - Original Geoffrey C. Smith Bronze Eagle Sculpture This is an original Geoffrey C. Smith bronze eagle sculpture. Smith was born in San Francisco and spent part of his career in Billings, Montana where he flourished as an artist. This bronze sculpture shows fantastic detail and artistic ability. The piece has been signed by the artist and is numbered 20/100. The sculpture measures 3" x 4" and is 8.75" tall.

284 - Original Bald Eagle Sculpture by Geoffrey C. Smith This is an original bald eagle sculpture by Geoffrey C. Smith. The piece is titled "Liberty" and shows the bald eagle head upon the bronze pedestal. Smith was born in San Francisco and spent part of his career in Montana where he flourished as an artist. This sculpture shows good condition. It is numbered 31/300. The sculpture measures 6.5" x 6.5" and is 11.25" tall.

285 - Jennings Firearms Model J-22 .22 Long Rifle Pistol This lot gives you the chance to bid on a Jennings Firearms INC. Model J-22, chambered in .22 Cal Long Rifle. The pistol is blowback operated, and striker fired. The pistol utilizes a six round magazine, which is ejected via a heel type magazine release. The firearm reads on the left side of the slide with "Jennings Firearms Inc. - Chino California U.S.A." and also has the label for the safety engage which simply shows "F-S". The right side of the slide reads "Model J-22 22 CAL. LONG RIFLE". The backstrap of the pistol is stamped "CALWESTCO. - 282320". CALWESTCO. was a sister comapny of Jennings Firearms Inc., and produced Jennings models between the 1980's - 1990's. The pistol is in good condition, there is some scratching to the wood grips. This is a modern firearm and requires an FFL transfer or NICS background check. Serial #282320. The overall measurements for the pistol are; 5" long, 3 3/8" tall, and 7/8" thick.

286 - Hi-Point Firearms Model JHP 45 ACP Pistol This is a Hi-Point Firearms Haskell MFG. INC. Lima, OH Model JHP .45 ACP semi-automatic pistol. The pistol is in all tactical black with a grip extending magazine. The pistol also has and under rail light or laser mount and adjustable "dead ringer" rear sight. The pistol appears to be in overall good condition and functions flawlessly. This is a modern firearm and requires FFL transfer or NICS background check - Serial number X 4157759. The pistol measures 7 7/8" long, 6 1/2" tall, and 1 1/4" thick.

287 - Hi-Point Model JCP 40 Smith & Wesson This lot offers you a Hi-Point Model JCP, chambered in 40 S&W. The pistol includes an extended magazine, tactical black finish, and a mount for an under-rail light or laser. The pistol reads on the left side of the barrel with; "Hi-Point Firearms - Iberia Firearms INC. Iberia OH. - Model JCP - 40 S&W". Overall the firearm shows good condition, there is some typical usage wear. This is a modern firearm and requires FFL transfer or NICS background check. The firearm measures7 7/8" long, 6 3/8" tall, and 1 1/4" thick.

288 - Charley Bear Original Framed Pen and Ink Drawing This is an original Charley Bear pen and ink drawing. Bear is a Montana artist whose works have been seen in the C.M. Russell Art Auction and various other Western art exhibits. This piece shows a Northern Plains Native American Indian maiden in wonderful detail. The drawing is double matted and professionally framed. It has been signed by the artist "C. Bear". The frame measures 16.75" x 19.5".

288a - Charley Bear Original Native American Portraits This is a pair of original Charley Bear Native American Indian portraits. Bear is a Montana artist whose works have been seen in the C.M. Russell Art Auction and various other Western art exhibits. The first piece is a mixed media pen and ink watercolor signed "Charley Bear". The second piece is an original charcoal portrait signed "C. Bear". Both portraits are in good condition with oval matting. The larger portrait measures 14.75" x 17.75" and the smaller one is 9.25" x 11.25".

289 - Donald Muth Pastel Portrait of C.M. Russell This is an original Donald Muth pastel portrait of Charles M. Russell. Muth is an Arizona artist whose art generally carries a Southwestern, Native American or Western theme. This piece shows a nearly perfect likeness of Charlie Russell, one of the greatest Western artists of all time. The portrait is in good condition. It has been signed by the artist. The frame measures 19" x 23.25".

290 - War Bonnet Acrylic Painting by Mike La Fleur This is an original acrylic painting by Mike La Fleur titled "War Bonnet". Mike La Fleur is a Texas artist residing in Amarillo where he operates a gallery. This painting shows a wonderful rendition of a Native American Indian war bonnet headdress in bright, vivid colors. The artwork is extended into the matting in this unique piece. The painting is in good condition and has been signed by the artist. The frame measures 17" x 21".

291 - Life of Kit Carson 1st Edition 1869 by Burdett This is a RARE first edition of "Life of Kit Carson" by Charles Burdett published in 1869. The book chronicles the life and adventures of Kit Carson, one of the Old West's most famous guide, hunter, and scout. The book is in good to very good condition with a wonderfully decorated cover and spine. The book measures 5.5" x 7.5".

292 - Prominent Montana Politician Signature Collection This is a collection of 11 signatures of prominent politicians and figures in Montana history. Included are signatures from Wilbur F. Sanders, Nathaniel Merriman, J.E. Erickson, James E. Murray, Roy Ayers, Burton K. Wheeler, Wesley A. D'Ewart, Mike Mansfield, Arnold Olsen, Dorothy Bradley, and Frank Cooney. The collection also includes a printed signature of Jerry O'Connell and 2 business cards from E.E. MacGilvra. The collection comes in a 3-ring binder and shows good condition. The binder measures 10.5" x 11.5".

293 - 10K Gold Diamond and Pearl Necklace This is a 10K gold diamond and teardrop pearl necklace. The pendant setting is made from solid 10K gold with 24 diamonds and a teardrop pearl. The back of the pendant and the clasp are both marked "10K". The pearl and diamond necklace is in good condition. it measures 17.75" long.

294 - Cast Iron Fire Alarm Box This is a cast iron fire alarm box from the early to mid 1900's. The door on the front of the piece is marked "Fire Alarm Open Door Pull Hook to Stop and Let Go". When the door is open, there is a hook to pull down to activate the alarm. The manufacturer tag is marked "Pull Lever Control Box / Federal Electric Co. Inc. / 8700 So. State St. Chicago". The fire alarm box is in good condition. It measures 5.25" x 4.5" x 7.75".

295 - Hi-Point Model C9 9mm Luger Pistol This is a Hi-Point Model C9 semi-automatic pistol chambered in the 9mm Luger caliber. The pistol features a composite frame, an ergonomical finger rest magazine floorplate, and a nice tactical black finish. The slide is marked "Hi-Point Firearms Model C9 9mm Luger". The Hi-Point pistol is in good condition, there is some typical wear from usage. This is a modern manufactured pistol and requires a NICS Background Check or FFL Transfer, Serial #P1268615. The firearm measures 6 5/8" long, 5 1/4" tall, and 1 1/4" thick.

296 - Hi-Point Model C 9mm Pistol This is a Hi-Point Model C semi-automatic pistol chambered in the 9mm. The pistol features a composite frame, an ergonomical finger rest magazine floorplate, and a nice tactical black finish. The slide is marked "Hi-Point Firearms Model C9 9mm Luger". The Hi-Point pistol is in good condition, there is some typical wear from usage. This is a modern manufactured pistol and requires a NICS Background Check or FFL Transfer, Serial #822989. The firearm measures 6 5/8" long, 5 1/4" tall, and 1 1/8" thick.

297 - Lorcin Model L25 .25 Auto Semi-Automatic Pistol Available in this lot is a Lorcin L25 semi-automatic pistol, chambered in .25 auto. The frame and the slide of the pistol show a gloss black finish, with contrasting pho ivory grips. The small pocket pistol has fixed sights, and a heel-clip style magazine release. The pistol comes with one magazine. The firearm reads on the left side of the barrel "Lorcin - Mira Loma, CA. U.S.A.", and on the right side with "Model L25 - .25 CAL. Auto". The firearm is in good condition overall. This is a modern pistol and requires FFL transfer or NICS background check, serial #234090. The pistol measures 4 3/4" long, 3 5/8" tall, and 7/8" thick.

297a - Iver Johnson .32 Double Action Revolver This is an Iver Johnson double action revolver chambered in the .32 caliber. The revolver features a blued steel barrel, frame and cylinder. The decorative grips have an owl medallion on both sides. The top of the barrel is marked "Iver Johnson's Arms & Cycle Works Fitchburg Mass. U.S.A.". The revolver shows fair to good condition with moderate rust. Serial number is 30066. This pistol requires a Curio & Relic FFL, FFL Transfer or NICS Background Check. The pistol measures 6.5" with a 3" barrel.

298 - Montana Cowboy Western Batwing Chaps This is a pair of cowboy Western leather batwing chaps from Montana. The chaps are made from leather with silver conchos, fringes and a basket weave stamped waist. The chaps are in good condition. They measure 38" long with a 41" waist.

299 - Cowboy Pride by Cary Schmidt Sturgis South Dakota This is a wonderful bit and spur display made by Cary Schmidt of Crossfire Silver in Sturgis, South Dakota. The piece features a solid hardwood frame with a silver mounted bit and spur and a plaque that reads "Cowboy Pride by Cary Schmidt". The display is in good condition. It measures 8" x 10".

300 - Signed Navajo Turquoise, Oxblood Coral Belt Buckle Provided for bidding in this lot is a Navajo Native American Indian Belt Buckle. This piece displays a Phoenix, outstretched, and adorned with beautiful chip turquoise and oxblood coral. The majestic bird is surrounded with a stippled texture and concentric symmetrical pattern beyond that. The belt buckle is stamped on the back with "sterling", indicating its .925% silver purity, as well with the artist signature which is believed to read "dR". The belt buckle showcases excellent craftsmanship, and displays good condition - with warm patina. The belt buckle measures approximately 3 1/2" wide, 2 1/2" tall.

301 - Navajo Hand Faceted Amethyst Gem & Silver Necklace You are bidding on a Navajo Native American Indian Hand Faceted Amethyst Gem & Silver Necklace. The necklace features twenty one polished amethyst gem stone and silver bead finishing the necklace. The necklace shows great quality and a great look. It is in good condition and shows little wear. It measures 27 1/2" L unstrung

302 - Navajo Sterling Silver & Turquoise Engraved Ring You are bidding on a Navajo Native Americna Indian Sterling Silver and Turquoise Engraved Ring. The ring features a large polished turquoise gem, engraved sterling silver leaf design, and a sterling silver setting that the turquoise is set in. This ring shows great quality. The piece is in good condition showing little wear. It is marked "Sterling." The ring size is 15

303 - Navajo Multi-Stone Concho Pendant Necklace You are bidding on a Navajo Native American Indian concho pendant necklace. The concho is marked "Sterling" and features a rope framed, bezel-set oval azurite stone in the center, surrounded by eight slightly smaller oval stones. The smaller stones, two each, are jet, turquoise, red coral, and malachite. The concho pendant appears to have originally been a brooch, as it still has a pin and clasp. The chain is threaded through a loop/ hook, also on the back of the concho. It could easily be removed from the chain and worn as a brooch instead, if desired. The chain, believed to be silver but not tested, is marked "fas" and "made in Italy". The pendant is 1.5" in diameter and the chain is 36" end to end. The piece is in good overall condition. The azurite does have a small chip at the top, as photographed.

304 - Navajo Bear Claw Turquoise Coral Sterling Necklace You are bidding on a Navajo Native American Indian silver trophy bear claw necklace. The silver portion of the pendant is not marked, but believed to be sterling silver. The design shows a large round Sleeping Beauty Turquoise and a smaller coral stone, both bezel-set, with a very nice bear claw. The pendant measures 1.75" long, and the chain, marked "925/ Italy/ GW, is 30" long.

305 - Lorcin L25 .25 CAL Auto Semi-Automatic Pistol Available in this lot is a Lorcin L25 semi-automatic pistol, chambered in .25 auto. The frame and the slide of the pistol show a gloss black finish, with an ergonomic, tactical black grip. The small pocket pistol has fixed sights, and a heel-clip style magazine release. The pistol comes with one magazine. The firearm reads on the left side of the barrel "Lorcin - Mira Loma, CA. U.S.A.", and on the right side with "Model L25 - .25 CAL. Auto". The firearm is in good condition overall, there is some typical wear on the edges of the slide, the grip is also missing one of its screws. This is a modern pistol and requires FFL transfer or NICS background check, serial #234491. The pistol measures 4 3/4" long, 3 5/8" tall, and 7/8" thick.

306 - E.L. Picault Lutte Prehistorique Bronze Sculpture Offered for bidding on this lot is an excellent brass/bronze colored sculpture by artist Emily Louis Picault (French 1833-1915) - the "Lutte Prehistorique". This fantastic work of art features its very own porcelain twelve hour clock. All-in-all, this sculpture is in good condition, showing very little patina, the clock is non-functioning at this time, the winding key is not present. The sculpture measures approximately 25 1/2" tall, 11 1/4" wide, and 6 1/2" deep. The sculpture appears to be a bronze covered early casting of unknown original metal.

307 - Antique Fishing Tackle Mercantile Display This lot contains a well put together antique fishing lure display. The display is encased in a beautiful wooden curio cabinet, with a glass door. The inside of the case is adorned with four M. C. Weiler prints, used for advertising for Abu Garcia fishing rods. Displayed in front of the prints is 23 antique wooden lures, and five old-school tin spinners. The case also displays two reels, including a small Sunnybrook, and a Shakespeare. The display is in good condition. The case measures 34" tall, 14" deep, and 16 3/4" wide.

308 - Pair of Taxidermy Zebra Leg Lamps w/ Africa Base This lot offers a pair of two taxidermy zebra leg lamps. Each lamp is mounted on a wooden slab, cut into the shape of Africa, with a felt base. Both of the lamps are absent of a shade, but show good working condition. The legs show some age, but are in good overall aesthetic condition. The taller of the two legs measures 18 7/8", the base measures 8 1/4" long, and 7 1/4" wide.

308a - Taxidermy Zebra Leg Lamp You can bid on a taxidermy zebra leg lamp, mounted to a wooden slab, cut into the shape of Africa. The leg shows natural, off-white and brown coloring. The lamp is in good working condition. Aesthetically, there is a piece of trim missing from the bottom of the light socket. The lamp measures 14 3/8" tall, the base measures 8 1/4" long, and 7 3/8" wide.

309 - Large Strap of Antique Brass Sleigh Bells This item is a set of 31 brass sleigh bells. The bells are firmly riveted to a leather collar which is stamped "1736" near the buckle. The bells make a fantastic vibrant jingle, which reverberates loudly. The leather strap shows cracking that is indicative of age. The largest bells are placed centrally on the collar, and get smaller as you move to the outsides. The piece is in good condition for age, the bells show some nice, warm patina. The largest bell measures 1 3/4" in diameter, the smallest bells measure 1". The collar measures 90 1/2" long when unbuckled and laid flat.

310 - Large Antique Sleigh Bells w/ Leather Collar This lot provides you with the chance to bid on nine large brass sleigh bells, mounted firmly to a thick leather collar. The bells have an excellent, deep, rich tone. Each end of the belt have an adjustable loop, and each end also features a steel clasp. The largest sleigh bell measures 3" in diameter. The strap measures 52 1/2" long.

311 - Tooled Leather Wrapped Longhorn Mount You have the chance to bid on a rustic, longhorn rack mount. The horns are wrapped with tooled leather, with a horse shoe and horse head displaying prominently in the middle, and stars, and basket weave motifs surrounding. The horns show a nice grey-tan color gradient. The mount is in good condition overall, one of the horns are somewhat loose from their setting. The mount measures 49" wide, 10 3/4" deep, and 4 3/8" tall.

312 - Deerlodge Prison Made Hitched Horsehair Hat Bands These are expertly crafted "hitched" horsehair, cowboy hat bands. The hat bands were hand crafted by a life server at the Deer Lodge Montana State Prison. The bands both show fantastic, concentric diamonds, in a vibrant robin egg blue color, they also feature beautiful whites, browns, and blacks. These hat bands are not braided, but hitched - a much more time consuming and tedious craft. The hat bands were purchased by the consigner, directly from the mother of the inmate, who is sure to find and purchase all of her sons goods. Each band is adjustable, and has tuck-loops for the extra length of horsehair. The bands show very good condition. Each band measures approximately 1/2" thick, 9 1/4" long, and 7 1/8" wide - that is the measurement with the band adjusted about half way.

312a - Deerlodge Prison Made Hitched Horsehair Hat Bands This lot gives you the chance to bid on a set of two excellent, handcrafted, hitched horsehair cowboy hat bands. The bands were meticulously manufactured by a life server at Deer Lodge Montana State Prison. The bands were purchased by the consigner directly from the mother of the inmate - Who is sure to collect all of her sons fantastic creations. The bands show a "hitched" construction, which is a much more in depth, and tedious craft then braiding. Each band shows neutral earth tone colors, and a stepped diamond pattern. One band shows gorgeous silver horsehair tippets, while the other shows an all black accents. The bands show very good condition. The bands both have adjustable width, when cinched tightly, the bands measure approximately 3/8" thick, 8 3/4" long, and 6 1/2" wide.

313 - Ten Hind Claws from a Kodiak Grizzly Bear You can bid on a set of ten large Kodiak grizzly bear, hind claws. The bear was taken in Alaska in 1970, the claws average roughly 2 1/4" long from the tip to the end of the keratin growth. The claws show impressive size, and a wonderful color gradient. The claws would be a fantastic collection to make into jewelry or just for display. The lot is in good condition overall, some claws exhibit some chipping on the tips, and slight hairline fractures. The largest claw measures 2 1/4" long, x 1 1/8" tall.

314 - Early American Oak Regulator Wall Clock LARGE This is an early antique regulator wall clock. The clock features a solid American oak case with a mechanical chiming movement. The piece shows a beautiful round top that holds the clock face. The glass door to access the pendulum is reverse glass painted "Regulator" in gold. The antique clock is in good condition. It has been tested and is in working condition. The clock measures 17.5" wide and 50" tall.

315 - High End Giba-Noblia Arctic Fox Fur Coat Available for your consideration is a high end Giba-Noblia arctic fox fur coat, from Beverly Hills, CA. The coat shows vibrant white coloring, with beautiful grey spotting. The coat has one interior slip pocket near the chest, and two exterior waist pockets. The coats interior label reads "Biba-Noblia - Beverly Hills". The coat is in very good condition, with no apparent shedding. The coat measures approximately 48" wide from the tip of each sleeve, and 25 1/2" from the bottom of the coat, to the top of the neck, there is no size, but it is presumed the coat is a woman's large.

315a - Early Sable Fur Coat in Supple Condition This lot offers you a gorgeous sable fur coat. The supple fur coat was prepared by "Koslows" out of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The coat has one interior breast pocket, and two waist pockets. The coat has been well cared for, and shows very good condition, with little to no apparent shedding. The coat is absent of a size tag, but measures approximately 49" from tip-tip of each sleeve, 31" from the bottom of the waist to the neck line, as well it measures 19 1/2" across the chest, at the bottom of each arm pit.

316 - Sterling Silver Spring Loaded Butting Ram Bracelet Featured for bidding in this lot is a beautiful sterling silver, butting rams head bracelet. The bracelet hinges at the bottom, and when pulled apart, the two rams heads spring back, and headbutt. The necks of the rams, and the hinge at the bottom show an ornate twisted silver design. The cuff of the bracelet also shows a twisting design, with intertwined braided silver. On the chin of one of the rams heads, you can read "H14 - 925". The bracelet shows good condition, and weighs in at 44.5 grams. There is some slight silver patina forming in the more intricate areas of the bracelet. The piece measures 2 1/2" tall, and 3" wide. The inside circumference of the bracelet equals approximately 7".

317 - Tanned Montana Moose Hide This is a tanned Moose hide taken in Montana. The hide show a deep rich brown color, thick fur, and supple hide. This hide has been prepared by a professional taxidermist. It is in good condition with little to no wear. Measures 79" L x 70" W

318 - Early Mexican Hand Carved & Crafted Shelf c.1900's Offered for sale is a early hand crafted and carved Mexican shelf. This shelf is believed to be made in the early 20th century. It features five shelves with a saw tooth design and heavy construction. It is in good condition, with little wear and a quality construction. It measures 72" H x 38 3/4" W x 14" D

319 - Rustic Montana Juniper Custom 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

320 - Signed Navajo Sterling Silver & 12k Gold Necklace This lot provides a gorgeous Navajo Native American Indian, signed, sterling silver, and 12k gold filled pendant necklace. The feather pendant hangs on a beautiful 30 1/2" long silver chain, which is held by a lobster claw style clasp. The pendant itself shows a feather motif with a 12k gold filled rib running up the center. The pendant is stamped on the back with the signature of master Navajo silversmith "Richard Long SR.". The back of the pendant is also marked with "Sterling" indicating its .925% silver purity, as well as "1/20 - 12k G.F.". The necklace is in good condition, the pendant shows some warm silver patina. The pendant alone measures 2 3/8" long, and 3/4" wide.

321 - Signed Zuni Birdman Multistone & Silver Brooch Pin Provided for your consideration in this lot is a Zuni Native American Indian, multistone and silver, birdman effigy brooch pin. The pendant includes; turquoise, blood ox coral, onyx, and mother of pearl - all inlaid into a silver back, and depicting the Zuni birdman. The piece is stamped on the back with "Zuni", as well as an encircled "R". The piece is in good condition, the stones are firmly set, and the silver shows a nice warm patina. The brooch measures 2 3/8" wide, and 2 1/4" tall.

322 - Signed Zuni Sterling Silver & Turquoise Ring This lot offers you a Signed, Zuni Native American Indian, sterling silver, and sleeping beauty turquoise ring. The large turquoise nugget is tightly set into the ring, and is bordered by a symmetrical, sunburst design. The ring is stamped on the back with "Sterling", as well as "RLB", the hallmark of expert Zuni silversmiths - Robert, and Bernice Leekya. The ring is in good condition, the silver shows a nice patina. The ring measures to U.S. size 10 1/4.

323 - Kingman Turquoise & Heishi Bead Necklace This item is a wonderful 1970's kingman turquoise, and heshe bead necklace. The necklace displays 72 gorgeous nuggets of kingman turquoise. The necklace is in good condition and measures 29 1/4" long when unclasped, and laid flat.

324 - Signed Navajo Sterling & Turquoise, Coral Necklace Offered for bidding in this lot is a signed Navajo Native American Indian, pendant necklace. The necklace shows a gorgeous sterling silver festoon, with two turquoise charms dangling from the center. The festoon itself shows awesome silver leaf design, with two small nuggets of sleeping beauty turquoise on the ends, and a small nugget of oxblood coral in the center. The larger charm shows a hollow tear drop shape, with another small nugget of sleeping beauty turquoise hanging in the middle. The piece is signed on the back with the hallmark of expert Navajo silversmith "Paul Luma". The piece is also marked "Sterling", indicating its .925% silver purity. The necklace shows good condition, with tightly set stones, and a nice warm silver patina. The centerpiece of the necklace measures 3 1/8" wide, and 3" tall.

325 - N. West Native Russian Glass Trade Bead Necklace You've got the option to bid on a Native American Indian necklace, composed of large amber, and jade colored Russian glass trade beads. The necklace shows 52 of the beautiful glass trade beads, 26 of them being the jade green color, and 26 of them being the deep amber. The green beads average about 7/8" x 1/2", the amber beads are slightly smaller on average, and come out to about 3/4" x 1/2". The necklace originates from the American North West coast, and is believed to be circa mid-late 1800's. The necklace is in good condition for age, there is heavy patina on the beads, as well as some small cracks. The necklace measures approximately 14 1/2" long.

326 - Navajo Sterling Turquoise Cuff Bracelet This is a beautiful Navajo sterling silver cuff bracelet with a Sleeping Beauty Turquoise Stone, signed by Kenny Guerro, Navajo. The bracelet features an elongated turquoise stone bezel-set and framed sterling, sitting above a base of sterling swirls and beads, all on a dainty two-band cuff. This is a petite bracelet, measuring about 6" in circumference; the middle is about 1.5" wide. The bracelet is in very good used conditon.

326a - Navajo Sterling Inlay Ring With Turquoise and Jet You are bidding on a Navajo sterling silver ring with beautiful inlaid Sleeping Beauty Turquoise and Jet. The ring is signed by Navajo Artist Charles Johnson and is also marked "Sterling". This size 8 ring is in good used condition.

327 - Early Sterling Sliver Serving Bowls (2) Offered for sale is pair of large sterling sliver serving bowls. Both are marked sterling silver and are Paul Revere reproductions. The first serving dish is marked M.C. K. June 16 1995, The second is marked Pattie June 16 1995. The bowls are both marked sterling. The condition of both pieces is good. Weight: 5.77oz., 22.14oz ( Not ozt.)

328 - Montana Fish & Game Embossed "NO HUNTING" Sign Available in this lot is an early embossed Montana Fish & Game, "NO HUNTING" sign. The sign reads from top to bottom "No Hunting - State Game Preserve - Protected By; Montana State Fish & Game". The stamped steel sign was once bright red, it now shows some heavy patina. The sign is in fair condition, it has a deep crease down the center, but still displays nicely. The sign measures 13 7/8" wide, and 10" tall.

329 - Vintage Barnett Wildcat Recurve Crossbow This lot offers a vintage wooden Barnett Wildcat recurve crossbow. Barnett was among the first companies to manufacture a consumer crossbow. This bow which originates from around the 1980's - features an adjustable sight, wooden frame, a padded butt stock, and a 26 1/2" wide bow. The crossbow shows good condition, and functions flawlessly. It measures 31" long, and 26 1/2" wide.

330 - "DANCE" Sioux Indian Orchestra Venue Poster Offered in this lot is a Sioux Native American Indian, venue poster, advertising for "11 Indian Musicians and Entertainers". The poster shows red, white, and blue silk screen graphics, depicting a regal Sioux Warrior, and reading boldly across the top "DANCE", as well as "Stecker Brothers Presents - Sioux Indian Orchestra". The poster has a blank spot on the bottom where the venue and date would be filled in, this poster advertises for "Music Hall - Aug. 9th". The poster is believed to date to the late first quarter or early second quarter of the 20th century. At the very bottom of the poster, it reads "Stecker Brothers Twin City Music Service, Minneapolis, MINN.". The poster shows good condition, it does exhibit some browning to the white medium, and shows some slight tears, it still displays very nicely. The frame the poster is mounted in measures 16 5/8" wide, and 24 1/4" tall.

331 - Marvels of the New West by William Thayer 1888 This is a scarce edition of "Marvels of the New West" by William Thayer published in 1888. With Western expansion rapidly increasing in the late 1800's, this book showcases that growth. Highlighted also are such topics as Yellowstone, Yosemite, the Grand Canyon, railroads, mining, agriculture, etc. The book contains many illustrations, maps, charts and diagrams. The book is in good overall condition. It measures 7.25" x 9.75".

332 - Original Taylor Lynde Oil on Board Painting This is an original Taylor Lynde oil on board painting titeld "Sun Bright Along the Stillwater". Taylor Lynde in the son of Stan Lynde, creator of the cowboy comic strip "Rick O'Shea". Taylor has made a name for himself as an accomplished Western artist. This piece shows a beautiful Montana landscape of the Stillwater River and surrounding mountains. The painting is in good condition and has been signed by the artist. The frame measures 14" x 17".

333 - Crow Beaded High Top Moccasins 1920-1940 This is a pair of Crow Indian beaded high top moccasins from the early 1900's. The moccasins feature a wonderfully beaded floral design upon the woolen trade cloth. The moccasins are in good condition. One does have a hole in the bottom as shown. The moccasins measure 10" long and 14" tall.

334 - Leather Cherokee Scabbard with Elk Horn Knife This is a custom made knife and tanned leather scabbard made by a Cherokee Indian in Oklahoma. The knife has a long bowie type blade and features an elk antler handle. The antler has been carved showing a bald eagle. The scabbard is made from tanned hide and is adorned with beads and fringes. The knife and scabbard are in good condition. The knife measures 16.25" with a 10" blade.

335 - Antique Persian Rug This is an antique Persian rug. The rug shows a wonderful pattern with a beautiful decorative border. The rug shows good condition. It measures 23.5" x 40".

336 - Antique Sarouk Persian Rug This is an antique Sarouk Persian rug from the Markazi Province of Iran. The rug shows wonderful curvilinear and floral designs with a deep raspberry color. The rug is in good overall condition with some wear and damage as shown. It measures 30" x 59".

337 - Large Pacific Branch Coral Collection Necklace Offered for your consideration in this lot is a Pacific branch coral collection, consisting of 65 gorgeous beads of red branch coral. The beautiful branch coral collection shows vibrant red coloring. The collection shows good condition overall. The average bead size on the necklace is roughly 3/4" long, and 1/2" wide. The necklace when stretched out, measures 20" long.

338 - Necklace of Large Faceted Amethyst & Sterling You can bid on a gorgeous faceted amethyst and sterling silver necklace. The necklace has 15 large nuggets of gorgeous, shimmering amethyst, which are separated by ornate silver beads. Each end of the necklace is capped off with sterling silver aglets, which are stamped with sun flare accents, and read "Sterling". The beads of the necklace are strung together with braided steel jewelry chain. The necklace shows good condition overall. The silver beads which separate the amethyst remain untested. The necklace, when unclasped measures 21" long. The nuggets of amethysts average about 1 1/4" long, and 7/8" wide.

339 - Cripple Creek Turquoise Chunk Necklace Offered for bidding in this lot is a wonderful turquoise necklace. The necklace is composed of 11 large chunks of cripple creek turquoise, as well as 16 egg shaped beads of the same cripple creek turquoise. The necklace clasps together utilizing a simple, yet elegant hook and loop clasp. The necklace is in good condition overall. When unclasped, and stretched out, the necklace measures 30 7/8" long. The central chunk of turquoise measures approximately 1 1/2" long, and 1 5/8" wide.

340 - Montana Deer Lodge Prison Wallet & Shoulder Pad Offered for your consideration in this lot is a leather long wallet, and a leather shoulder pad, hand made in Montana Deer Lodge State Prison. Both of the pieces are mainly composed of rich, dark black leather, with an oblong horsehair mural in the center of each. The wallet is also stamped with beautiful chevrons, while the shoulder pad has gorgeous, carved feathers, with fantastic detail. The mother of the inmate who crafted these pieces is adamant in collecting all of her sons work, the consigner purchased these items directly from her. All-in-all, the pieces show very good, unused condition. The shoulder strap measures 11 3/4" long, and 4" wide.

341 - Three Turn of the 19th C. Montana County Maps This lot offers you three late 1800's - early 1900's Montana county line maps. The lot includes a 1897-00, 24 county map, 1901-1904, 26 county map, and finally, a 1911, 29 county map. The 1897, and 1911 maps were part of a world atlas, and were produced and copywrited by "Rand, McNally & Co.", while the 1904 map was manufactured by "Benedict & Co." and copywrited by "Mast, Crowell & Kirkpatrick". The maps all show good condition, and are all preserved nicely on a decorative piece of mat board, and have additional mylar protective sleeves. The 1911 map is mounted on the largest mat board, and measures 17 7/8" wide, and 14 7/8" tall.

342 - Framed Antique U.S. Maps; Various For your consideration are these three framed antique U.S. maps. One is from an 1858 textbook depicting the five section division of the U.S. at the time: Eastern States, Middle States, Southern States, and Territories. A second map is from 1885 and depicts the 1883-84 County configuration of Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming--all prior to statehood. The third map, 1889, depicts the four new states that year: South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, and Washington. Framed with the map is a cancelled U.S. postage stamp commemorating the 50th Anniversary of statehood for the four in 1939. The maps appear to be hand-tinted and are in good condition. The largest of the three measures 25.5" L x 11" W.

343 - Plains Indian Quilled Rifle Scabbard Offered in this lot is a Plains Native American Indian, rifle scabbard. The scabbard has a soft felt base construction, with excellent quill work, over tanned leather hide. The scabbard is lined on the bottom edge with leather, and horse hair fringe. The scabbard is in good condition, there is some very small amount of quill work that is deteriorating. The scabbard measures 44 1/2" long, and 6 1/2" wide at the opening.

344 - Northern Plains Indian Scouts Belt & Trade Knife This lot contains a Northern Plains Native American Indian scouts belt. The belt is based on tanned leather hide, and has a repeating diamond motif. The repeating diamonds are based on red and yellow ocher dyed trade cloth, and are adorned with brass colored rivets. Draping off of the belt is a decorative scabbard, including a bone handle trade knife, as well as a ornate envelope, with rolled tin jingle cones. Both the scabbard and envelope are dressed with translucent blue trade beads. The belt is in good, original condition. It measures 45" long, the knife and scabbard are 12" tall.

345 - Plains Indian Tanned Hide & Trade Bead Envelope Provided for your consideration is a Plains Native American Indian, tanned hide envelope. The envelope has four striking lines of robin egg blue, chalk white, and Cheyenne pink trade seed beads. The envelope is lined on the inside with white trade cloth. The piece is in good condition overall. The envelope measures 12 3/8" tall, and 17 1/8" wide.

346 - Rustic Inlaid Stone & Peeled Log Trout End Table This lot offers an incredibly artistic peeled pine and inlaid stone end table. The top of this table is hand laid stone in the depiction of a brown trout, boasting beautiful oranges, greens, reds, and marbled stone colors. The trim of the table is a stained wormwood pine. This end table measures approximately to 24" wide, 18 1/4" deep, and 24 1/4" tall. All-in-all, the table is in good condition and shows very little wear.

347 - Cheyenne Fully Beaded Sheath & Trade Knife Modern The lot features a fully glass trade pony beaded sheath with trade knife attributed to the stylings of the Cheyenne Native American Indians. The sheath shows a parfleche construction that has been wrapped in tanned hide and sewn with a geometric pattern of glass trade like beads. The scabbard/sheath also has a fancy beaded edge, framed edge, with beaded drop fringe and rolled tin jingle cones. The knife appears to be an old or vintage kitchen knife that has the original hardened wood grips with added antique style pewter silver colored inlay, a design that was typical of Great Lakes or Ojibwa tribes. The item does not carry any significant age or origin, but does display well. Sheath measures 17"L and the knife is 10"L.

348 - Sioux Reservation Period Fully Beaded Knife Sheath The lot features a fully beaded knife sheath that is attributed to the stylings of the Sioux Native American Indians. The piece shows a parfleche lining with an Indian tanned hide wrap and is covered in glass trade seed beads. The beadwork shows such colors as chalk white, semi-transparent red, semi-transparent green, semi-transparent greasy yellow, and semi-transparent dark blue. The median line on the face of the scabbard shows a row of fringe adorned with rolled tin jingle cones. The top of the piece shows a braided rawhide/hide strap. The piece is an Indian Reservation Trading Post piece. Measures overall 14.5"L x 3.5"W.

349 - Crow Fully "Crazy" Beaded Ceremonial War Club The lot features a fully beaded ceremonial dance wand war club from the Crow Native American Indians. The Indian Reservation Period trading post piece shows a carved stone head on a wood haft with Indian tanned hide wrappings being covered in glass trade seed beads. The beadwork would be classified as the "Crazy Crow" design or pattern due to its alternating mismatched colors ranging from greasy yellow, chalk white, sky blue, Cheyenne pink, medium green, various semi-transparent beads of many colors and more. The piece shows three sections of fringe found at the head and third sections down the haft. The piece is in overall good condition. Measures overall 17"L x 5"W x 1.5"D.

350 - San Ildefonso Pueblo Red Wedding Vase This is a San Ildefonso pueblo red wedding vase. The vase shows the traditional design and has been hand painted. The wedding vase is in good condition. It measures 4.25" wide and is 7" tall.

351 - Hudson Bay Style Indian Dag Knife This is a modern Hudson bay style Native American Indian dag knife from the mid to late 1900's. The knife shows a hardened steel blade with a solid hardwood grip. The handle has brass tacked accents on each side. The dag knife is in good overall condition. It measures 8.25" with a 4.25" blade. A fantastic museum quality re-creation.

352 - Five NOS Single-Sided Old Gold Cigarettes Ad Signs These are five original New Old Stock Old Gold Cigarettes single-sided tin advertising sign from the 1940's. The signs read "Old Gold Cigarettes Not a Cough in a Carload". The signs are marked in the lower left corner "No. 2219-A" and in the right corner "Mfd. By P. Lorillard Co. Inc.". The signs are in fair overall condition with wear and minor rust as shown. The signs are still covered in original packing paper, which has since become part of the signs. The signs measures 10" x 30".

353 - Marx U.S. Mail Tin-Litho Prop Plane & Steel Plane This lot provides you the opportunity to bid on a RARE Marx, tin-litho, U.S. Mail quad prop plane, and a un-marked pressed steel, prop plane. The Marx plane shows great graphics, and shows the "Marx" logo on the top of the fuselage, and is marked "TWA" on the tail, as well as "U.S. Mail" on the sides. The toy was originally a wind up, though the mechanism no longer functions. The toys are in good condition overall, the Marx plane shows some slight play wear, and cracked, rolled plastic propellers. The Marx plane measures approximately 18" wide, 13 1/4" long, and 3 3/4" tall.

354 - Collection of Early G.A.R. Encampment Accoutrement This lot gives you the chance to bid on a set of four Grand Army of the Republic Encampment medals. The lot also includes a "First Annual Convention - Minneapolis - NOV 1919" pin. The G.A.R. Pins range in date from 1910 - 44th Annual - Harrisburg PA, 1911 - 45th Annual - Scranton OH, 1918 - 52nd Annual - Danville, and lastly a 1923 - 57th Annual - Greensburg. The bronze accoutraments were given to attending Civil War veterans of the given annual event. The GAR held its first conference in 1866, and its last in 1956. These pins are a great piece of Union memorabilia, or militaria. The lot is in good condition, there is some slight patina forming on some of the pins where the hanging ring is brazed to the medals. The 1910 medal measures 4" long, and 1 3/4" wide. The medals are displayed in a riker case which measures 12" wide, 8 1/4" tall, and 3/4" deep.

355 - Cautious Loner by Darroll Bennett Bronze Mule Deer Available for your consideration in this lot is a bronze mule deer shoulder sculpture, by Darroll Bennett. The sculpture is signed prominently on the back side of the piece with "Darroll Bennett - © 5-94 - A/P/30". The sculpture depicts a ten point mule deer among foliage, and mounted to a beautiful hardwood base. The artist proof shows excellent detail, and a warm tone. The sculpture is in good condition. The piece measures 5 1/4" wide at the antlers, 12 3/4" tall, and approximately 4 1/2"

356 - Deerlodge Montana Prison Made Cowboy Spurs This lot offers you a pair of Deerlodge Montana Prison Made Cowboy Spurs, custom manufactured with aluminum alloy, featuring double steel 18 point rowels, and basket weaved leather straps with an additional steel heel chain. one spur is stamped on the yoke with the following; "5658 - 304ELC". The spurs display good condition, and harbor little patina on the aluminum yoke. Each spur measures 9" long, 3 3/4" wide, and 1 1/2" tall.

357 - Antique Copper Turkish Bedouin Dallah Coffee Pot You are bidding on a Antique Copper Turkish Bedouin Dallah Coffee Pot. The coffee pot features a solid copper construction and a unique design. A dallah is a traditional Arabic coffee pot used for centuries to brew and serve Qahwa, an Arabic coffee or Gulf coffee made through a multi-step ritual, and Khaleeji, a spicy, bitter coffee traditionally served during feasts like Eid al-Fitr. The pot is in fair condition, showing a decent crack. It measures approximately 11" H x 11 1/2" W x 5 1/2" Dia.

358 - Replica Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Mens Watches You are bidding on a pair of replica Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Just mens watches. These are automatic watches with internal self winding movements, requiring no batteries. The first watch features a gold on silver face, a two-tone gold/ silver bracelet, and the date at the 3 o'clock position. The second watch features a silver on black face, silver bracelet, and the date at the 3 o'clock position. The watches are in very good working condition and excellent cosmetic condition. The faces each measure 1.25" in diameter.

359 - C.H. Pendleton Optician Embossed Tin Sign This lot offers you a "C.H. Pendleton, Graduate Optician" embossed tin advertising sign. The sign claims free consultation for their "Optical Parlors over Pendleton's Drug Store" in Rockland, Maine. This sign which features a mustard yellow background, and embossed black graphics and font, was manufactured in Wadsworth, Ohio by "Desperate Sign CO.". This sign is in fair condition, with torn corners and patina forming around the border of the piece. The sign measures 20" x 5 1/4".

360 - Walnut Pendulum Mantle Clock by E. Ingraham Provided for your consideration in this lot is a walnut pendulum clock, manufactured by E. Ingraham, of Bristol Connecticut. The clock shows simple, yet elegant carvings, as well as a wonderful geometric shape. The top of the clock is adorned with a raised finial, as well as nice floral button "conchos". The clock face shows an off-white color, and reads time in bold roman numerals. The pendulum, clock face surround, and the clock mechanics show a brass coloring, and accent the dark walnut fantastically. The inside of the clock is carved with the following; "Manufactured by The E. Ingraham & CO., Bristol, CONN.", and reads on the back "Orion. Manufactured By The E. Ingraham CO. Bristol, CONN.". The clock originates from the late 19th century, and shows good aesthetic condition, especially for age. The piece measures 14 3/8" wide, 4 7/8" deep, and 19 7/8" tall.

361 - New Haven Clock Company Wall Clock You are bidding on an early Twentieth Century wall Clock manufactured by New Haven Clock Co. The New Haven Clock Company started in 1853 mass producing brass movements for a local clock maker. In 1856 the company bought the clock maker out and started making clocks under their own name. In its heyday, New Haven Clock Company was the leading manufacturer of American clocks. The company went out of business in 1960. This wall clock is made of American Walnut and features an ivory colored dial with Roman numerals. The glass door features a painted decorative design. The woodwork also has some decorative scroll work It originally had six decorative finials, however all but one is missing. The clock does come with two winding keys and does work. Other than the missing finials, the clock is in good condition for its age. Its measurements are 30.25" tall and 12.75" wide. It stands 4" out from the wall.

362 - Antique Seth Thomas Oak "Kitchen" Clock You are bidding on an oak Seth Thomas "Kitchen" clock with an 8-day time and strike movement. It has the key and pendulum. It has about 90% of its label left on the back and is stamped "1907". The front of the clock features decorative carved wood, an ivory colored face with Roman numerals, and a decoratively painted glass door. The door on the clock does not latch, but does stay closed, and there is a small screw missing holding the clock face. The clock does not appear to be in working condition. The clock is 23.5" tall and 15" wide at the base, and 305" deep.

363 - The Life and Travels of Gen. Grant; First Edition You are bidding on a first edition copy of The Life and Travels of Gen. Grant. The book was published and printed in 1879, the year Grant completed his "celebrated tour around the world" by J.T. Headley. This book was written to be two volumes in one: Life, 251 pages; Travels, 599 pages, for a total of 850 pages. The book is "profusely illustrated"; it is in good condition for its age. It measures 6.5" x 9" and is 2" thick.

364 - Gen.U.S. Grant His Early Life and Military Career You are bidding on a first edition of Gen. U.S. Grant His Life and Military Career, by Larke and Patton; copyright 1885. The book is in good condition for its age, though it is does have handling stains from years of use. The book measures 6 1/2" x 9 1/8"and is 1 3/4" thick with 572 pages. It does contain illustrations.

365 - General U.S. Grant His Life and Public Services This is a first edition of General U.S. Grant His Life and Public Services, by L.T. Remlap; published in 1885, the year Grant died. The illustrated book is in good overall condition for its age. It measures 6 1/4" x 9" and is 1 5/8" thick with 272 pages.

366 - WW1 Era US Military Helmet w/ Camouflage Netting This lot gives you the opportunity to bid on a very nice piece of United States Military paraphernalia - a World War One era U.S. military helmet. The helmet is complete with camo netting, and a full interior liner. The leather chin strap of the helmet reads size "6 7/8", as well there is some hand scribed font that is very faint and somewhat illegible. The helmet shows very good, complete condition. The piece measures 12 1/8" front to back, 11 1/4" wide, and 4 7/8" tall.

367 - WWII German K98 Mauser Bayonet w/ Scabbard This item is a WWII era, German K98 Mauser bayonet, with scabbard. The bayonet reads on one side of the blade toward the guard with "P.Weyersberg", and on the reverse side with "9507 e". The scabbard is marked with "9505", as well as P. Weyersberg 1937". The bayonet is in good condition overall, there is a screw missing in the handle. When inserted into the scabbard, the bayonet measures 15 7/8" long, 1 5/8" wide, and 1" thick.

367a - WWII German K98 Mauser Bayonet w/ Scabbard This item is a WWII era, German K98 Mauser bayonet, with scabbard. The bayonet reads on one side of the blade toward the guard with "ab44", and on the reverse side with "3366 - g". The scabbard is marked with the same "3366 - g", as well as "ab44". The bayonet is in good condition overall, the blade appears to have been sharpened with modern tools. When inserted into the scabbard, the bayonet measures 15 7/8" long, 1 5/8" wide, and 1" thick.

368 - WWII Kinfolks Commando Fighting Knife w/ Scabbard This is a World War 2 era "Kinfolks" fighting knife, or otherwise known as a commando knife. The knife is constructed with a 6" fullered, drop point blade, and features a steel full-gaurd, as well as a steel tang and pommel. The handle of the knife is composed of compressed leather washers. The blade is marked near the guard, and on the leather scabbard with "Kinfolks". The knife and scabbard show good condition, especially for age - The package does exhibit standard wear from regular usage. The knife inserted into the sheath measures 11 1/2" long, 2 1/8" wide, and 1 1/2" thick.

369 - NOS Post WW2 Belgium Passive Defense Helmet You are bidding on a beautiful new old stock Belgium Passive Defense M31 Helmet. These helmets were in service from 1945-1953. They were a direct copy of the French M26 Adrian Helmets. The Adrian Helmet was first issued to the French Army in 1915, during WW1. Many other countries soon adopted the style. The insignia for the Belgium Passive Defense, featured on the front of the helmet, features an unarmed warrior/ knight figure holding in his right hand a large shield bearing the Belgian Coat of Arms. Underneath is a banner struck with a Latin motto: "Impavidum ferient ruinae" (The ruins will strike him without trembling, or stike him fearless.). The insignia is surmounted by the royal crown. The helmet is in excellent condition for its age. It measures 11.75" x 8.75" and 5.58" tall.

370 - WW2 Era A-9 Sheepskin Bomber Gauntlet Gloves Offered in this lot is a set of World War 2 era pigskin lobster claw, gauntlets. The gloves show a supple pigskin outer, with a curly sheepswool interior liner. The gloves can be worn in one of two ways - rolled-up, with the cuff just covering the wrist, or rolled out, with a long gauntlet. One glove is an A-9, while the other is an A9-A, the tag of the A-9 glove reads "Type A-9 - Drawing NO. 3403414 - A.C. Order NO. ... - Size Medium - Property Air Force US Army". The gloves would have likely been worn by a gunner on a bomber plane. The gloves show good, usable condition - there is some obvious wear from usage. Each glove is a size medium, and measures approximately 10 1/2" long from the end of the cuff to the tip of the finger, and 7" wide at the gauntlet, when the cuffs are rolled up.

371 - Deerlodge Prison Made Hitched Horsehair Hat Bands For your consideration in this lot is a set of two, hand made, horsehair cowboy hat bands. The bands were hitched by hand by a life sentence server at the Montana State Deer Lodge Prison. Each band shows magnificent earth tones, with a repeating diamond pattern. The hat bands were purchased by the consigner, directly from the mother of the inmate - She is sure to collect all of her sons excellent, handmade crafts. The bands both feature width adjustment. The bands show very good condition. Each band measures approximately 1/2" thick, 7" wide, and 8" long.

371a - Deerlodge Prison Crafted Horsehair Hat Bands You can bid on a set of two horsehair hat bands, hand crafted in Deer Lodge Montana State Prison. One hat band shows a braided construction with intertwining black and white horsehair. The second hat band has a hitched construction, boasting gorgeous robin egg blue, orange, and earth tone colors. The hat bands were purchased directly from the mother of the inmate. She is sure to collect all of her sons fine pieces. Each hat band is adjustable. The hitched hat band measures approximately 3/4" thcik, 10" long, and 6" wide.

372 - Fixed Blade Drop Point Knife This is a beautiful custom drop point fixed blade knife with a bone colored handle. The knife shows beautiful, solid construction with a high quality, sharp blade. It is engraved, "Dickinson". It comes with a high quality leather sheath. The knife is 8" long with a 3.75" blade.

373 - Puma Skinner Fixed Blade Knife & Sheath Available for bidding is a handmade knife, manufactured out of Germany by "Puma". The knife shows a 5" trailing point blade, with a thick stag handle. The knife reads on the right side of the blade; "6393 Handmade - Puma Skinner" followed by some illegible script, and finished off with "Master - Steel - Germany". The knife also boasts an ergonomical index finger guard, with a serrated thumb pad on the back rib of the blade. The scabbard for the knife shows dark leather construction, and reads "Puma" across the front, and "Made in Germany" on the back. The knife shows fair condition, there is some obvious wear from regular usage, the script on the blade is somewhat worn off, and there is a crack in the stag handle. When inserted into the sheath, the knife measures 9 5/8" long, 1 3/4" wide, and 1 1/4" thick.

374 - C. Andersson Mora Sweden Hunting Knife For your consideration is this classic C. Andersson Hunting knife made in Mora Sweden. Since 1891, Mora has been home to many famous cutlers. Mora made knives were noted for their ability to hold a superior edge while being easy to sharpen. Bud-Carl Andersson's were no exception. He also began making knives around the turn of the Century, and though Andersson died in 1925, the factory bearing his name continued to manufacture knives up through 1955. In 1955, under the name "Mora-borren", Bud-Carl Andersson's knife factory started to manufacture ice drills that soon became world famous for their extremely sharp auger blades. Dating to the first half of the 20th Century, this C. Anderson knife features a laminated carbon steel blade, birch handle with nickel-plated bottom and top bolsters with a rounded pommel. The blade is stamped "C.Anderson/ Mora Sweden" on one side, and "Made in Sweden" on the other side. It comes in its own leather stitched and riveted sheath. The knife is sharp and in good condition75.; the sheath is also in good condition for its age, though it is missing some stitching. The knife is 8.5" long with a 3.75" x 1" blade. The sheath is 9" x 2".

375 - INOX German Switchblade Knife Collection This is a pair of German made INOX lever lock switchblade knives. Each of the knives features a hardened steel blade marked "INOX" with a pearlescent handle in blue and red. The switchblade knives are in good condition. Each one measures 8" with a 3" blade.

376 - INOX German Switchblade Knife Collection This is a pair of German made INOX lever lock switchblade knives. Each of the knives features a hardened steel blade marked "INOX" with a pearlescent handle in green and white. The switchblade knives are in good condition. Each one measures 8" with a 3" blade.

377 - Art Deco Lamp With Victorian Shade This is an Art Deco styled, two bulb, faux bronze lamp with a stained glass Victorian lamp shade. Although not matching, the lamp and shade look good together. The lamp is in good condition, but does have areas of chipped/ flaked paint. The stained glass shade is in good condition with no cracks in the glass. The lamp is 21.5" tall with an 8.5" base; the lamp shade is 12" wide and 9.25" tall. The lamp is in good working condition.

378 - Homestake Mine Award Brass Nautical Theme Clocks This lot consists of two brass nautical theme clocks: a wall clock and a desk clock. The brass wall clock is mounted to a round oak plaque. It features black Roman numerals on a brass face with black hour and minute hands and a red second hand. The clock face reads "Alexander Humboldt/ 1906. A hinged hatch opens to reveal a quartz movement and battery. The clock is 10.5" in diameter., and stands 4" from a flat surface. The second clock is a brass presentation desk clock made by Seth Thomas. This particular clock was a Homestake Mine presentation clock. The clock face is silver colored with black Arabic numerals, black hands, and a red second hand. The clock can be rotated laterally and horizontally on its base, which is marked "Homestake" over the mine's logo. The front glass and the back both can be screwed off. It measures 8" tall x 7" wide.

379 - Antique Bunnell Telegraph Relay and Sounder You are bidding on two antique telegraph instruments made by J.H. Bunnell & Co., New York. The instrument on the gray wood base is called a telegraph sounder. A telegraph sounder is an electromechanical device used as a receiver on telegraph lines. It was invented in 1850 and was the new technology replacing the old Morse register. The sounder worked by producing audible clicking sounds as a message came in; the sounds were the dots and dashes of Morse code, which the operator translated. The second instrument, with the black base, is a telegraph relay. The relay acted as an amplifier if the became too weak as they passed through the wire. Jesse Bunnell was a young telegraph operator in the Civil War with the Union Military Telegraph Service. In 1878, Jesse created J.H. Bunnell and Co.

380 - Navajo Silver & Cripple Creek Turquoise Snake Ring This lot offers you a Navajo Native American Indian, sterling silver, and cripple creek turquoise ring. The turquoise nugget is encircled by a sterling silver snake effigy. The band is stamped on the inside with "Sterling", indicating its .925% silver purity. The ring is in good condition. The ring measures to U.S. size 11 1/4.

381 - Navajo Sterling Silver & Kingsman Turquoise Ring Provided for you in this lot is a Navajo Native American Indian, kingsman turquoise, and sterling silver, floral motif ring. The ring boasts two tightly set nuggets of beautiful turquoise. The band of the ring shows two stamped sunbursts. The inside of the band reads "sterling". The ring is in good condition, it does show some warm silver patina. The ring measures to a U.S. size 9.

382 - Navajo Sterling & Sleeping Beauty Turquoise Cuff This lot gives you the chance to bid on a beautiful Navajo Native American Indian, sterling silver and sleeping beauty turquoise cuff. The five turquoise nuggets are tightly set into the cuff, and are surrounded by gorgeous silver flower buds. The cuff is stamped on the inside of the band with "Sterling". the cuff is in good condition, and measures 2 1/2" wide, and 2" tall. The inside circumference of the bracelet comes out to approximately 6 7/8".

383 - 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 very good condition. It measures 11" x 7.75".

384 - 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.

385 - WW1 Era "U.S" Army Builds Men" Recruiting Sign This lot offers you the chance to bid on a World War One era recruitment sign, which reads "U.S. Army Builds Men - X Miles to Recruiting Station". The sign is based on thin tin, and shows a blue and white painted finish. The sign shows good condition, there is a little patina and bending on the corners. The sign measures 19 3/4" x 9 1/4".

386 - Pyrex Carnival Glass Insulator Circa 1942 This lot includes an awesome Pyrex carnival glass line insulator. The insulator reads "Pyrex T.M. Reg. U.S. PAT. OFF. Made in U.S.A.", as well it is stamped with the date "APR 20, 1942". The purpose was to insulate the electrical wires that the piece would carry, so the electrical signal would not seep into the wooden electrical poles. This rare insulator is in very good condition, with virtually no damage, and a fantastic sheen in the carnival glass. The piece measures 10" across, and 4" tall.

387 - Primitive Collection of Equestrian Accessories Featured for bidding is a set of three early braided rawhide and leather, equestrian related collectibles. The lot includes two Montana cowboy horse hobbles, one is composed entirely of braided rawhide, while the second is braided leather, with brass connecting rings. Lastly, the lot offers an early primitive rawhide Argentinean cowboy boleadora. The whole lot shows good condition, there is patina forming on the brass rings of the leather horse hobble. The boleadora measures 40 3/4" long, each ball-end measures 1 3/8" across.

388 - Ornate Award Winning Beaded Indian Head Dress This lot offers you a Native American Indian, ceremonial head dress. The piece was given a "special award" at the American Indian & Western Art Show and Sale, at the Las Vegas Riviera Hotel in 1975. The gorgeous head dress is consructed off a tanned leather cap. The brim of the cap is adorned with awesome sun-burst beaded conchos, and polychrome geometric trade seed bead work. Draping off each of the two beaded conchos are six drop feathers. Accentuating from the trade seed bead work, is 360 degrees of ornate feathers, with blue and red dyed accents. The head dress is in very good, vibrant condition. The head dress measures approximately 22" long, 19" tall.

389 - Award Winning Polychrome Ceremonial Head Dress Up for bidding in this lot is a wonderfully crafted Native American Indian ceremonial head dress. The piece won a "special award" at the 1976 "Tri-West Indian Arts & Crafts Show", in Anaheim California. The brim of the head dress shows polychrome trade seed bead work, with accenting drop feathers hanging from each temple. Sprouting from the tanned leather cap, are 360 degrees of white, black, and brown feathers. At the front and center of the cap, you can see a beautiful peafowl feather. The head dress is in good condition overall. The head dress measures 24" tall from the bottom of the cap, to the top of the tallest feather, it is 25" long from the front of the cap, to the farthest reaching feather.

390 - Framed Art Miniatures You are bidding on a collection of four beautifully framed art miniatures, including a hand-painted cameo on porcelain, and a Madonna and Child. The largest measures 6 1/4"x 6 5/8". All are in excellent condition and ready to hang.

391 - Collection of Framed Art This lot consists of three framed art pieces. The first is a framed etching of the Heidelberg Bridge and Castle in Germany titled, "Heidelberg" and pencil signed P. Fuhrmann. Paul Fuhrmann was a German artist who lived 1893-1952. The second is an etching titled, "Church of St. Martens Latem", by Seattle artist Wendy Thon. An early work, it was done while she was studying printmaking in New York. St. Martens Latem is a church in Belgium; in the etching, the bell tower and steeple are viewed as from a pasture with sheep grazing. The third appears to be a framed plate from a book. Titled "Fête de l'Agriculture", it shows an agricultural scene from the Far East. It is not signed by an artist. The largest of the prints measures 10.5" x 14.5". All show excellent condition and ready to hang.

392 - Salesman Sample Pine & Rawhide Snowshoes You have the opportunity to bid on a pair of early salesman sample snowshoes. The snowshoes are constructed out of two bent pieces of pine, with two structural cross braces. The rawhide is strung to the outside frame and to sting-runners. The snowshoes are in good condition. Each snowshoe measures approximately 18 3/8" long, 4" wide, and 1 1/2" tall.

393 - Sac & Fox Fully Beaded Chocker circa 1890-1920's This lot features a wonderful Sac & Fox Native American Indian tribe beaded choker. The piece dates to circa 1890-1920's. The piece has striking bead work with glass trade beads. The piece ha rare red white heart trade beds. It is in a protective case. The overall condition of the piece is good for its age. Measures: 12 1/4" H x 8 1/4" W. Displayed in a glass top riker case. The piece was recovered from the Iowa Sac & Fox Indians.

394 - Binion Collection 1922 Silver Peace Dollar This lot features a Binion Collection 1922 Silver Peace Dollar graded ms63 by NGC. 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 NCS Coin. It measures 3 3/8" L x 2 3/8" W

395 - 12.2ct Australian Boulder Opal Cabochon Collection This is a collection of 12.2 carats of Australian Boulder Opals. These opals were mined in the Outback of Australia. They have been professionally cut and polished to shows excellent colors of red, blue, green, pink and purple. They show good condition. The largest cabochon measures .5" x .75".

396 - 1908 Shakespeare Cassell & Co. 38 Book Collection This lot features 1908 Cassell & Co. Ltd The Century Shakespeare book collection. There are 38 books and a wooden book stand. There are no duplicates in the collection. Cassell and Co. Ltd. are in London, Paris, New York, Toronto and Melbourne. Some of the books included are, A Midsummer-Night's Dream, Othello, Macbeth, Antony and Cleopatra, The Tempest, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Julius Ceasar, and many more. Stand measures, 7.75" x 10" x 22." Books measure 4.5" x 6.75."

397 - Spode Buttercup 30 Piece Dinner China Set This lot features a Collection of 30 Spode Buttercup Dinner China Pieces. The pieces included are 6 dinner plates, 2 sauces, 2 dessert plates, 4 soup bowls, 9 tea cups, and 9 salad bowls. The plates are in good condition, showing great detail.

398 - Lead South Dakota Fire Department Medallion 1900 The lot features an early circa 1890-1900’s cast iron medallion from the Lead, South Dakota Fire Department. 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. Lead, South Dakota was founded in 1876 after the discovery of gold. The city is the home of the famed Homestake Mine, which is the largest and deepest most productive gold mine in the Western Hemisphere before its closing in 2002. The town was founded as a “company tow” by the Homestake Mining Company. The piece came directly from a Homestake Mining Collection in South Dakota. The piece measures 5.75" wide and is 11.75" tall. A similar piece was thought to have sold a few years ago for over $2,000.

399 - Original Native Woman Portrait By Paul Surber You are bidding on a fine example of a Original Paul Surber Native American Indian Woman Acrylic on Canvas Portrait. This portrait is of a young Native American woman. The detail is very fine and exhibits wonderful color. This portrait has been previously valued at $2,250 and others pieces of Paul Surbers have sold for over $16,000. The potrait shows great quality and good condition, the frame does show some loss of finish. The painting measures 25" W x 30 " H

400 - Pressed Oak Mantle Clock by E. Ingraham CO. This lot features a pressed oak mantle clock, manufactured by "The E. Ingraham CO.", out of "Bristol, CONN., U.S.A.". The clock originates to the late 1890's to the early 1900's. The oak construction of the clock shows deep detail with excellent floral impressions, and flowing design. The door for the clock shows beautiful gold leaf colored overlay, which contrasts the off-white clock face. The face of the clock reads time on two hands, with roman numerals - The center of the clock face has standard 1-12 time, stamped onto a golden colored plate. The clock is in good aesthetic condition, it does not function as of now. The clock measures 14 3/4" wide, 4 7/8" deep, and 22 3/8" tall.

401 - E. Ingraham CO. Pressed Oak Mantle Clock Available for your consideration is a pressed oak mantle clock, manufactured by; "E. Ingraham CO." out of "Bristol, CONN., U.S.A.". The clock shows a beautiful oak finish, with an ornate floral top, which surrounds a wonderful plaque, depicting three birds in a bird bath. The face of the clock shows a patina'd, off-white face, and reads in roman numerals. The clock has a beautiful brass colored pendulum, that accents with the clock mechanics, and clock face surround. The clock originates from the late 1890's to the early 1900's, and shows good working condition. The piece measures 14 1/2" wide, 4 3/4" deep, and 21 7/8" tall.

402 - Antique "3 QT Dazey No 30" Hand Crank Butter Churn This lot offers you a "Dazey 3QT - NO 30" butter churn, and matching glass jar. The hand crank operates by threading the crank to the top of the respective jar, and simply crank the hardwood handle to spin the wooden paddles inside. The crank is labeled with; "30 - W 400 - 40H", the glass jar is marked with "3 QT - Dazey Churn & MFG. CO. - No 30 - Made in St. Louis - U.S.A.". These machines originate from the first quarter of the 20th century, this particular example shows good condition, aside from very minimal chips to the threads, there is no damage. The butter churn measures 8 1/2" wide, 13 1/2" tall, and 5 1/2" deep.

403 - 41 Montana, Idaho, & Washington USFS Photographs This lot contains 41 United States Forest Service photograph prints. The prints range in age from 1939, all the way to 1963, subject matter also varies from logging production, to wildlife, and even Christmas tree prep. 19 of the photos are matted, some including provenance, while the remainder are sleeved, and unmated. The photos have been expertly printed, and show fantastic depth and contrast, especially for the capabilities of the equipment of the time. The prints show good condition. The largest mat measures 11 1/2" x 9 1/2".

404 - Antique Montana Advertisement - Calendars & Mirror This lot provides you with three pieces of Montana advertising history, two "EWY'S" calendars, dating from 1943 & 1945, and a advertising mirror from "The Stockman Bar" from Chinook Montana. Each calendar shows a beautiful Montana mountain scene, and reads "EWY'S - Garfield County's Finest Store - Jordan Montana". The Stockman mirror is also believed to originate from the 1940's, and reads "The Stockman Bar - Western Hospitality - H. A. Marsh, Proprietor - Chinook - Montana". All three pieces display good condition, the mirror has some defect along the top and right edge. Each calendar measures 12" x 8 1/4".

405 - 62 Yellowstone & Montana Antique Post Cards Up for your consideration in this lot is a set of sixty-two postcards ranging from scenic overviews of early Montana cities, to wildlife, and famous Yellowstone National Park features, like - the Old Faithful Inn, Shoshone Reservoir, Grand Geyser, and many, many more. The postcards originate from the early part of the mid 1900's. The lot of post cards is in very good condition, there is virtually no damage to any of the cards. The elongated post card of Lewiston, Montana measures 16 3/8" long, and 3 3/8" tall.

406 - Butte Montana Sand Casting Mining Equipment Dies This lot offers up a set of two sand casting dies, originating from Butte MT. The set includes a large cog gear, labeled "NO. 77", and a large roller which is believed to read "Foot Valve - Mine Temps". There is other script on the roller, though it is somewhat illegible. These dies would be placed in a gating system filled with sand, removed - leaving an empty cavity for molten metal to be poured. Once your metal has cooled, you break away the sand, and are left with a complete product. The dies show good condition and are believed to originate from the late 1800's - early 1900's. The larger cog measures 17 7/8" across and 2 5/8" tall.

407 - 100 Different Yellowstone National Park Postcards This lot features 100 antique post cards from Yellowstone National Park. The lot includes 46 HHT Co. cards, 24 Bloom Brothers cards by Gifford, 12 Bloom Brothers cards by Asahel Curtis, and finally, 18 postcards by Haynes. The postcards show good condition, some of them have personal messages scribed on the back. As well, all of the cards have been preserved in mylar sleeves. At the very worst, some cards show slight edge bends, or color fading. Each card measures 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".

408 - Hudson River School Style Adolescent Boy Portrait Available now for bidding is a folk art portrait of a young adolescent boy, wearing a dress, and clutching a small bouquet of flowers. The portrait follows the "Hudson River School" style of painting, which was a mid-19th century art movement, typically depicting landscape scenes, but often showing the coexistence between humans and nature. Following the time line of the artistic style, the boy shown in the portrait is also adorned in period garb. Young children of the mid-late 1800's were clothed in dresses. The painting shows excellent detail, and evidence of age. The painting is in good condition overall. The piece measures 19" x 27 1/2".

409 - Hudson Bay Red White Heart Trade Bead Necklace These are antique original Hudson Bay Fur Trading Company exotic glass wound trade beads. These have an iconic rich solid red outside color with solid white centers. The beads are all early exotic original Native American Indian trade beads that have been well taken care of and polished. Each of the 104 beads is approx.1/8"x1/4". Necklace is 13" long when splayed out.

410 - Korean War Era USAF Pilots Helmets You are bidding on a pair of Korean War era USAF flight helmets. While the helmets look virtually identical, they actually represent a small evolution in USAF helmets. The white helmet with the blue stars is the earlier of the two, a P-1B, adopted in 1949. The P-1 series was the first standard-issue hard flight helmet used by the Air Force for fighter aircraft. This particular helmet has a manufacturer date stamp of 1954. The second helmet is a P-3, standardized in 1951. The P-3 looks nearly identical to the P-1B, but was designed to use a new rigid, external visor assembly, adding wind-blast and sun-glare protection. The new visor assembly replaced rubber-framed goggles used with the P-1 series helmets. Both helmets have leather head cushions marked "U.S. Air Force" and have tags stating helmet style and size (both Small), and place of manufacture. Both are in good condition for their age. They each measure about 7" (ear to ear) x 9.5" (front to back) x 10" tall.

411 - Custom Fixed Blade And Buffalo Skinner Knifes This lot consists of two fixed blade knives: an old buffalo skinner knife and a beautiful custom knife with a dao blade. The dao blade knife features an exotic wood handle and a stout spine. It comes with a custom leather sheath.

412 - WWII--Vietnam War Theatre-Made Bowie Knife You are bidding on a WWII--Vietnam era theatre-made bowie knife. This is a heavy-duty fighting knife with a 9" x 2.25" blade and an overall length of 14.25". The blade features a serrated spine with a bottle-opener. The knife has a stacked leather grip with brass pommel and hilt. The knife is in excellent used condition with great patina.

413 - 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".

413a - Navajo Finely Woven Yei Wool Rug This is a Navajo finely woven Yei wool rug. The rug shows three masked dancers wearing traditional ceremonial garments. This rug shows very fine weaving and vivid color and is in excellent condition. It measures 24" x 29".

414 - Enterprise Manufacturing Company Coffee Grinder This is a beautiful antique Enterprise cast iron table top coffee grinder. The grinder is complete and appears to be in good working condition. Some of the original floral decals are visible on the bean bowl and grinder housing. On the base is struck, "Enterprise MFG. Co. Philadelphia, U.S.A. Pat Oct. 21, 73". The grinder sits about 12.5" tall on its base, and is about 10" wide including the handle.

415 - Early Wooden Kitchen Eight Drawer Spice Cabinet This lot features a Early Wooden Kitchen Eight Spice Spice Cabinet. The cabinet features eight drawers, carved drawer fronts, eight spice tins, and black lettering. The pieces are in good condition, showing wear from age. The cabinet measures

416 - Antique Wooden & Cast Iron Coat Racks Offered for bidding in this lot is a set of two antique wood framed coat racks, with decorative cast iron hangers. The first rack has five elongated hooks, with two parallel rungs, running through the hooks. The second hanger has two wooden runners that sandwich five fold away swivel hooks. Both of the pieces are in good condition. The larger of the two racks measures 31" wide, 7" tall, and 5 3/4" deep.

417 - 1923 Campbell's Guide to Yellowstone Park This is "Campbell's New Revised Complete Guide and Descriptive Book of the Yellowstone Park" published in 1923. The book contains many photographs, illustrations and maps of Yellowstone National Park including the fold out map inside the back cover. Campbell's guides are less frequently offered for sale than his contemporary Haynes. The guide book shows good overall condition with some wear to the front cover as shown. The fold out map is intact and shows good condition. The book measures 5.25" x 6.75". The fold out map measures 12" x 16".

418 - Morals & Dogma-Scottish Rite of Freemasonry The title of this book is, "Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry Prepared for the Supreme Council of the Thirty-third Degree, for the Southern Jurisdiction of the United States and Published by its Authority." This book is printed in 1905. It is a hard cover book showing on the front, back, and spine double eagles. Measures 9.75" x 6.5."

419 - Navajo Pictorial Patriotic Rug This lot features a Navajo pictorial patriotic rug. the rug depicts the eagle form the seal of the United States with an arrow and olive branch as well as the shield. The rug reads " In God we trust, United States of America". Weavings that incorporate images of objects and people in their designs have slowly gained in popularity since the early days of rug-making. The rug is in good condition for its age. Measures: 30" W x 27 1/2" L

420 - NOS Amico Combination Bamboo Fly Pack Rod This item is a new old stock, Japanese Amico, bamboo, combination pack fly rod. The fly rod can be configured in two ways; as a four piece, 5ft. bait caster - or as a five piece 7ft. fly rod. The rod has remained packaged in its original Amico wooden case, which is labeled on the top with "Amico - Combination Fishing Kit NO. 3329 - 5FT. Bait Casting Rod-7FT. Fly Rod". The rod originates from post WWII, and shows like new condition for age. The cork grip, chromed reel seat, and bamboo all display excellently. The case that the rod comes in measures 18 3/8" wide, 2 7/8" tall, and 1 5/8" deep.

421 - Antique Barber Shop Sterilizing Cabinet This lot presents you with the chance to bid on a very neat barber shop sterilizing cabinet. Barbers have long had regulations for sanitation, before the use of sterilizing cabinets that utilized UV-light, it was mandatory for every barber shop to have at least 1 air tight cabinet, which would have formalin placed inside for sterilization. This cabinet has three glass walls, the front wall being the door. Inside the cabinet is 3 vented, metal shelves. The cabinet has a nice vibrant white paint job that seems to be original to the piece. This cabinet is believed to originate from the second quarter of the 20th c. The cabinet shows good condition overall. The piece measures 13 1/2" wide, 15" tall, and 8 5/8" deep.

422 - Two Antique Genuine Cowhide Leather Suitcases You have the chance to bid on a set of two antique leather suitcases. Both feature a set of flip latches, and a chromed push button latch. On the bottom of each suitcase, you can read "Genuine Top Grain Leather", as well as "18-3013". Both suitcases display dark tanned leather, with chromed trimmed latches. One of the suitcases has a tab on the inside which reads "Manufactured Gaurantee - This article is covered with Top Grain Cowhide - Licensee NO. 3 - Tanners Council of America". Both of the suitcases show fair condition, the leather is nice and hydrated for the age, one of the cases has heavy patina on the latches, both of the cases have tattered, but usable interiors. Each suitcase is believed to originate from around late 1890's onward. Each suitcase measures 18 3/4" wide, 7 1/4" deep, and 15" tall.

423 - Antique Genuine Leather Doctors Bag Available in this lot is an antique genuine leather doctors bag. The bag shows low pile leather, with a black color. The bottom of the bag reads "18-614-Genuine Leather - Made in U.S.A.". The bag has brass colored trim, that accents the black exterior fantastically. open the bag, and you'll expose a large main compartment, and four side pockets. The bag is believed to originate from the first quarter of the 20th century, it is in good condition, especially for the age - the latches do exhibit rust. The bag measures approximately 20" wide, 10 1/4" deep, and 14" tall.

424 - Cowboy on Galloping Horseback Sculpture This item is a sculpture depicting a wrangling cowboy, riding on a galloping horse. The cowboy is about to throw a hand twisted lariat. The horse shows great craftsmanship, with great detail in muscle tone. The sculpture shows brass-like style, though the metal is untested. The piece shows good condition,there is some scattered patina forming. The sculpture measures 16 3/4" tall, 11 3/4" long, and 5" wide.

425 - Islamic Ottoman Horn Handle Khanjar Dagger Offered for bidding in this lot is an antique silver janbiya dagger, or Khanjar dagger. These daggers typically show a short curved double-edged blade, with a medial ridge, and a heavily decorated scabbard - this knife is no exception. The janbiya dagger is an extremely traditional piece, worn by men residing in Yemen, India, and Saudi Arabia - The level of decoration often tells the status of the man carrying it. This particular dagger has a horn handle, that shows a beautiful color gradient. The accent on the handle of the knife, and on the scabbard appear to be silver, however, it remains untested. This knife is in good condition overall, there is a rivet missing in the handle of the knife. The knife when inserted into the scabbard measures 14 3/4" long, 3" wide, and 1 1/4" thick.

426 - Antique African Sudanese Hausa Tribal Dagger This item is an antique Sudanese Hausa tribal dagger. The dagger is constructed with a 9 1/8" long spear point blade, which displays custom carvings on each side. The wooden handle of the blade has a carved basket weave pattern. The knife includes a leather sheath. Often times, the scabbards of the knife would have a leather arm band, and the knife would be affixed to the upper part of the biceps. The knife shows good condition, there is some patina and rust forming on the blade, as well, there is a small chunk missing from the wooden pommel. The knife, when inserted into the scabbard measures 13" long, 1 5/8" wide, and 1" thick.

427 - Vintage Medical Quack Therapy Faradic Battery Available in this lot is a 1920's - 1930's medical quackery device. The piece is a faradic battery, used for shock therapy. The device is set into a wonderful stained oak box, with a sturdy handle on top. When you open up the case, you'll expose the directions for the machine, as well as uncovering the control panel, and hand held electrodes. The machine was utilized by placing the tips of the electrical diodes on the finger tips of the patient, it would then transmit a small electrical current, which was believed to cure many medical ailments of the time. The device is complete, but remains untested, the label is slightly stained and missing some script. The box measures 8 3/4" wide, 6 1/4" deep, and 7 7/8" tall, minus the height of the handle.

428 - Hefty Stag Handle Bowie Knife w/ Scabbard This item is a stag handle bowie knife, hand crafted by "Saw Tooth Knife Company". When you first look at the knife, you will see the exceptional stag handle, leading up to a brass hand guard, and finishing off with the steel clip point blade. The blade shows fantastic craftsmanship and patients, with a beveled face, and a tapered spine. The knife is marked at the bottom of the blade near the guard with the Saw Tooth logo, and reads on the inside "Saw Tooth Knife Company - Reed C. - Custom Hand Crafted Knives". There is another name underneath "Reed C." however, it is illegible. The knife includes a tanned leather scabbard. The piece shows good condition, there is some apparent patina forming on the blade and guard. When inserted into the scabbard, the knife measures 11 5/8" long, 2 1/2" wide, and 1 7/8" tall.

429 - AKC Italian Stiletto Lever Lock Switchblade Knife This is an AKC Italian made stiletto lever lock switchblade knife. The knife features a Brazilian honey horn handle. The blade is marked "AKC Italy". The blade is deployed by the lever lock button which is also how the blade is closed. The switchblade knife is in very good condition. It measures 7.75" with a 3" blade.

430 - Frank Beltrame Italian Stiletto Switchblade Knife This is a Frank Beltrame Italian stiletto switchblade knife. The knife is marked "Frank B Italy" and features an ivory toned celluloid handle. The knife shows very good condition. It measures 8.5" with a 3.25" blade.

431 - Paddlefish/ Spoonbill Catfish Taxidermy Mount You are bidding on a trophy Paddlefish taxidermy mount.. Paddlefish are sometimes referred to as "Spoonbill Catfish", though they are not catfish. Paddlefish are an ancient species of fish dating back to the time of the dinosaurs. They are freshwater fish, found only in North America and China. This paddlefish was caught in Montana in the Missouri river. It is bluish gray with a white belly. It measures about 46" long and is mounted to a plaque 41.5" x 12".

432 - 19th Century Bronze Oriental Monumental Censer Offered for sale is a 19th century bronze monumental vase. The vase features a boar topper and elegant orient bronze designs. The piece has 4 unique Chinese characters etched into the vases lip. The vase has a great bronze tone with little to no green. There is wear on the vases and the boars horn does have some damage. Overall this is excellent piece for any oriental decor and is in good condition. measure: 14 1/2" H x 7" Max D

433 - Zuni Sterling Inlaid Turquoise & Jet Brooch The piece features a sterling silver brooch or pin with inlaid turquoise, jet, and mother of pearl. The turquoise has a rich bright blue coloring. The piece is in good condition. Quality made piece. Measures 1 1/8"x4".

434 - Navajo Turquoise Nugget & Silver Heishi Necklace This is an early Navajo Indian turquoise nugget and Sterling Silver Heishi necklace. The necklace features large Sleeping Beauty Turquoise nuggets set apart by shell beads. The necklace is in good condition and is marked. It measures 23" L

435 - Crow Dress With Cowry Shells This lot features an Crow Native American Indian cowry shell dress. The dress is constructed of a early red trade clothe with sew on cowry shells. The piece also shows sacred Cowrie (or Cowry) shells. it is in good condition for its age. Measures: 35" L x 15" W

436 - Ancient Ute Indian Pottery Vessel RARE This lot features an ancient Ute Indian pottery vessel. The piece was recovered in Northern Utah Idaho border C. 1930's. Before Mexican settlers arrived, the Utes occupied significant portions of what are today eastern Utah, western Colorado, including the San Luis Valley, and parts of New Mexico and Wyoming. The Utes were never a unified group within historic times; instead, they consisted of numerous nomadic bands that maintained close associations with other neighboring groups. Some of the largest known groups were the Capote, Moache, Moanumts, Parianuche, Taviwach, Weeminuche, and Yamperika. Also the Uintah or Uinta, Uncompahgre tribe and White River Utes. Unlike many other tribal groups in this region, the Utes have no tradition or evidence of historic migration to the areas now known as Colorado and Utah. Ancestors of the Ute appear to have occupied this area or nearby areas for at least a thousand years. Evidence of this include pottery such as the one here. the piece is in good condition for its age. Measures: 8 1/2" H x 5" Diameter

437 - Indian Artist Oil Sacred Buffalo Montana Painting This lot features scared buffalo painting by a Native American artist. the painting is signed by Mary A. Jensen and title " Buffalo at the Pond". This original art piece is framed. The painting depicts a buffalo herd getting water. The herd is accompanied by a sacred white buffalo. The painting is in good condition for its age. Measures: 21" H x 26" W

438 - Northern Plains Beaded Indian Tanned Leather Dress This tanned and beaded leather Native American dress features a simple yet elegant look. The glass trade pony beads are chalk white, sky blue, Hudson bay red white hearts and line the shoulders of the dress. The dress also features trade cloth patches on the bottom of the dress. The leather and fringe are in good condition for their age and are still soft and supple. This is a truly impressive piece of Native American history. The piece shows good condition. It measures 36" W x 48" H

439 - Southern Plains Beaded Necklace This Native American beaded necklace is a impressive piece. This is a necklace made of white, black, blue, and large red beads. The multiple strands come together at six points with blue and large red glass beads. It is in good condition. It measures 24" L

440 - Early American 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".

441 - Blue Moon Turquoise Nugget Collection This lot features a very divine set of twenty-eight blue moon turquoise nuggets. These pieces of turquoise are categorized by their light blue hue, with brown to black matrix. Believed to be mined from Nevada, this variety of turquoise hasn't been extracted since the late 1970's. The collection is in overall good condition, there are 3 nuggets which have completely split. The collection weighs out to 1581 Carats, the average nugget measures approximately 1 1/8" wide x 3/4".

442 - Blue Gem Turquoise Nugget Collection This lot offers an incredible chance to bid on thirty-one beautiful turquoise nuggets. Blue Gem turquoise can vary from rich blues, to deep greens and displays hard, irregularly distributed matrix. This particular collection of turquoise is in good overall condition showing little wear and no splits or cracks. The necklace weighs out to 360.5 Grams, or 1802 Carats. The length of the necklace is 16 1/4".

443 - Twin Oaks Porcelain Tobacco Jar This is a Twin oaks porcelain tobacco jar from the early to mid 1900's. The jar shows a logo with two acorns and reads "Twin Oaks Mixture". The jar comes with the original lid and shows good overall condition. There are two chips on the inside lip that are not visible when the lid is on the piece. The jar measures 5.25" in diameter and is 6.25" tall.

444 - Frank Cuts the Rope Original Ink Drawing This is an original ink drawing by Frank Cuts the Rope. Born and raised in Hays, Montana, Frank was a Montana artist known for his wildlife and Native American Art. This drawing shows two bull moose in a dueling pose. The piece shows incredible detail and artistic ability. The drawing is in good condition. It has been signed in the lower right corner by the artist. The drawing measures 13.75" x 22".

445 - Sterling Silver Necklace With Large Amethyst You are bidding on a sterling silver necklace featuring a large pear cut amethyst. The large sterling pendant measures 2 3/8" x 2 3/8" and the pear shaped amethyst is about 5/8" long and almost 1/2" wide. It is on a beautiful roped sterling chain about 29 1/2" in length. The chain does appear to be signed, but isn't decipherable. The piece is in good condition, though the silver pendant does have some tarnishing.

446 - Antique Silver Mounted Mexican Charro Spurs Offered in this lot is a set of four silver mounted, Mexican made, charro spurs. Each spur shows a six point rowels, with a striking linear pattern showing on the inside part of the U-arm, and a custom pattern on the outside. The antique spurs show fair condition, there is heavy patina forming on the metal, and peeling of the silver mount. The silver remains untested. Each spur measures approximately 3 1/8" wide, 4 3/4" long, and 1 7/8" tall.

447 - Montana Carved Cottonwood Indian Chief Bust This is a Montana hand carved cottonwood bust of a Native American Indian chief. The carving shows awesome detail, and fantastic craftsmanship. The carving has been signed by the artist "A Olver 76'". The piece shows good condition. The carving measures approximately 6 1/4" wide, 24 1/2" tall, and 3 3/4" deep.

448 - Navajo Yei Gray Mountain Trading Post Rug This lot features a Navajo Yei rug form the Gray Mountain trading post. The Yei Navajo rugs begin in the Northwest corner of the reservation, in the early part of the 20 century Developed by Will Evans Trader and owner of the Shiprock trading Company. Yei are religious deities taken from the Navajo Sand paintings. But these weavings do not have any religious significance. The rug is in good condition for its age. Measures: 26" W x 27" L

449 - F.V. Hayden Panoramic Views of Yellowstone Park This is an early set of panoramic views of Yellowstone National Park. These depictions were made as part of F.V. Hayden's report to the Secretary of the Interior and the President of the United States, U.S. Grant. The piece has been professionally matted and framed showing good overall condition. The frame measures 30.25" x 39.5".

450 - Collection of Faceted Montana Agate Beads Available for bidding is a set of two faceted Montana agate stone collections. The set includes 66 beads, 38 being 10mm in size, the remaining 28 are 14mm. Montana agate is found mainly in the Yellowstone Park region of Montana and Wyoming, although it spreads as far East as the Black Hills. The collection shows hand cut beads, in a geometric, faceted sphere. Due to its nature, each bead shows its own beautiful color gradient, and depth. The longer strand of beads measures 14 7/8" long.

451 - Native American Indian Bison Rib Painting This lot presents an opportunity to bid on unique ledger-style Native American art painted on a pair of bison ribs. The scene painted on the two bones appears to depict warring tribes in armed conflict. On each bone are five warriors on horseback charging into war, holding their war spears high. On one of the bones, the warriors are riding toward two tepees. On both bones, double black arrows on either end of the bone point in toward the action.

452 - Pre-Columbian Native American Stone Mano COA This pre-Columbian piece is from the south western United States. This piece comes with a certificate of authenticity from Bennett's Artifact Authentication. It is in good condition and is truly a museum quality piece. It measures 6 13/16" L x 1 9/16" W

453 - 24.07 Carats Deep Blue Oval Cut Sapphire Gemstones The lot features a collection of eight oval cut high quality early deep blue Sapphire gemstones, a total of 24.07 carats. The sapphires originated in Thailand and Ceylon. The collection includes eights stones with six of those stones accounting for 21.79 carats and having a matched color and size. The last two stones, also having a matched color and size and would make a great set for earrings, account for 2.28 carats. The stones come into two plastic cases with the gemstone information on the back, as if written by a jeweler. The set was priced at a combined $1,261.00, coming to approximately $52.38 a carat. This is truly a wonderful collection of investment stones. Review pictures for quality, clarity, color. Larger set of six measure 10mm x 7mm and the set of two at 6mm x 4mm.

454 - Navajo Silver, Oxblood Coral, & Turquoise Ring Available for your consideration in this lot is a Navajo Native American Indian, sterling silver, sleeping beauty turquoise, and oxblood coral ring. The ring is centralized with a large nugget of sleeping beauty turquoise, and shows fantastic silver smithing, with wonderful twisted silver braids. The ring is in good condition overall. The ring is a US size 9 1/4.

455 - Signed Navajo Silver, Turquoise, & Coral Ring Offered in this lot is a signed, Navajo Native American Indian multistone, sterling silver ring. The ring shows a floral motif, with a bear paw on top. The ring has two small inset nuggets of sleeping beauty turquoise, and a oxblood coral nugget which acts as the center of the bear paw. The ring is signed on the back with "Allen Chee". The ring is in good condition and measures US size 9 1/2.

456 - Spanish Inspired Iron Cross Pendant Necklace Featured for bidding in this lot is an antique, Spanish inspired Iron cross pendant necklace. The necklace has a central onyx nugget, surrounded by an abundance of silver accents. Draping from the bottom, left, and right segments of the cross are nine additional iron crosses, each with a central silver flower. The pendant hangs predominantly off of a painstakingly crafted chain. The back of the pendant is stamped "Mexico - TA-10 - 925". The necklace is in good condition, and exhibits warm silver patina. The pendant measures 2 1/4" wide, and 3 1/2" tall.

457 - Ornate Silver Floral Slave Chain Bracelet Offered in this lot is an ornate silver slave chain. The bracelet has three identical charms that run the length of the piece, a central 8 pedal flower, with wonderful leafs, and silver swirls sprouting from the center. The bracelet portion has a braided silver twist that strikes through the center, and a band which splits into two, to support the center charm. The slave chain is in good condition overall, there is some warm silver patina present. The ring of the bracelet measures to US size 7 1/2. The inside circumference of the bracelet equals approximately 6 3/4".

458 - 2 Petite Navajo Sterling Silver & Turquoise Rings Available for bidding is a set of two Navajo Native American Indian, sterling silver and turquoise rings. The first ring shows a more complex design, with a nugget of lone mountain turquoise set tightly into the center, and floral motifs sprouting from it. The second ring has a small, circular chip of turquoise in the center, with tear-drop turquoise chips to each side. Each ring is stamped on the band with ".925". The rings show good condition. The first ring measures to U.S. size 9, the second measures U.S. size 8 1/4.

458a - Two Sterling Silver Navajo Pawn Rings You are bidding on two Sterling Silver Navajo pawn rings. The first is signed Desert Rose Trading (old mark). It is a wide engraved band featuring a red coral juxtaposed and offset with an Ajax Turquoise. The ring is a size 6. The second ring is signed Archie Martinez. It is a more narrow banded ring featuring an oblong Malachite stone. It is a size 7. Both rings are in good used condition.

459 - Zuni Inlaid Mulitstone & Silver Bracelet & Earring This lot features a matching set of Zuni Native American Indian, sterling silver, and inlaid turquoise and lapis lazuli earrings and bracelet. The set shows oval charms, with geometric inlaid stones. The back of each charm is stamped "Sterling", indicating its .925% silver purity. The set shows good condition, the earring show heavier silver patina than the bracelet. When unclasped and stretched out, the bracelet measures 8" long. Each charm measures 3/4" long, and 5/8" wide.

460 - Signed Navajo Silver & Multistone Pendant Necklace Available in this lot is a signed Navajo Native American Indian pendant necklace. The necklace is composed mainly of sterling silver, with oxblood coral, turquoise, lapis lazuli, and chaorite inlaid into the piece. The pendant hangs prominently off a sterling silver snake chain. The pendant is signed on the back with the hallmark of expert Navajo silversmith Chester Benally "C. Benally". The pendant and chain are also stamped with "Sterling" or ".925", indicating its .925% sterling silver purity. The necklace shows good condition, with some warm silver patina, and tightly set stones. The pendant, and hanger alone measures 1 3/8" tall, and 3/4" wide.




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