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Auction Date May 19 Auction
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10040 St. Rt. 224 West
Findlay, OH
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                                       PREHISTORIC & HISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION

                                                                     

                                                             

                                                                                       

                                                  Sale Is Saturday  - May 19, 2018 -- 10:00 A.M.

              Preview Is Friday – May 18, 2018-- 12:00 P.M.- 8:00 P.M.

                                       Preview Saturday -  May19, 2018 - 8:00 A.M. - 10:00 A.M.

We are located in Findlay, OH - if you come up I-75 you will want to go to exit #159 which is State Rte. 224......at the end of the exit ramp you will want to go WEST on 224. We are about 1 mile West on 224 from I-75. Look for a big red barn on the right hand side - Hope to see you at the auction!


INDIVIDUAL PICTURES HAVE BEEN POSTED.   DESCRIPTIONS OF EACH LOT ARE LISTED BELOW AND ALSO ATTACHED PDF FILE.    THANKS! 

                       

The Old Barn Auction is proud to announce a Prehistoric & Historic Artifact sale on May 19, 2018.  This sale includes a large amount of contemporary as well as age uncertain items, paintings, prints, 4 large pottery vessels in various stages or restoration, nice black obsidian pieces, several Vietzen artifact collages framed, and much more. 

We hope you can join us for our May Auction.  There will be approximately 500 lots for the beginner to the most advanced collector. There will be something for everyone and you do not want to miss out on this great opportunity to buy some outstanding relics. You won’t be disappointed.  Phone, Absentee or Bidding Live Internet Bidding:  You may bid by phone, absentee or Live Internet Bidding.  For Live Internet Bidding go to www.liveauctioneers.com . (an additional 5% buyer’s premium will be in effect for internet bidding).  You can also look at items on our web site, www.oldbarn.com  or www.auctionzip.com ID #4807.  Please don’t wait until the day of the sale to send or call in your bids, would need to have them by Friday.  You can call in your bids or fax.  If you need a better description of an item, please call the week of the sale.                             THERE WILL BE A 10% BUYERS PREMIUM IN EFFECT

Location:  Old Barn Auction - 1 Mile West On S.R. 224, Off Rt. I-75 - Exit 159 Findlay, OH.  By access from Interstate 75 - 40 minutes from Toledo, OH and 90 minutes from Columbus, OH.   Address - 10040 St. Rt. 224 West - Findlay, Ohio 45840.  Phone:  (419) 422-8531; Fax:  (419) 422-5321; E-Mail:  auction@oldbarn.com.



MRS. VICKY (JAN) SORGENFREI: Owner/Firm Manager - Old Barn Auction, LLC

AUCTIONEERS:  DAVE WEDERTZ & GREGG FOX

May Indian 2018 Auction

       1.   3 Snyder Points, Largest 4 ¾” Bakers COA, Mo., age uncertain

       2.   3 Paleo Points, Largest 4 1/8” Bakers COA, Various States, age uncertain

       3.   4 Drills, Largest 3 ¼” Midwest, Bakers COA, age uncertain

       4.   4 ½” Dalton Burlington Chert, Clay Co. Ark., Baker COA, age uncertain

       5.   3 Paleo Points, largest 3 3/8” Bakers COA, Ill & Texas, age uncertain

       6.   5 ¼” Dalton Point, Novoculate, Garland Co. Ark., Bakers COA, age uncertain

       7.   3 Flints, Various Types, Largest 5 3/8”, Bakers COA, Ky. Ill, age uncertain

       8.   4 Dalton Points, Largest 4”, all Ark., Bakers COA, age uncertain

       9.   5 ¼” Burlington Chert, Boone Co. Mo., Bakers COA, age uncertain

     10.   4 Flints Various Types, largest 4 ¼”, Bakers COA, Various States, age uncertain

     11.   5 ¾” St. Charles Dovetail Point, Butler Co. Mo., Bakers COA, age uncertain

     12.   6 ¼” Ovoid Point, Keokuk Chert, LaFlore Co. Okl., Bakers COA, age uncertain

     13.   5 1/8” Indiana Hornstone, Turkey Tail Point, Perry Co. Ind., Baker COA, age uncertain

     14.   6 ¾” Dovetail Point Burlington Chert, Adams Co. Ill., Bakers COA, age uncertain

     15.   4 Dalton Points, largest 3 ½”, Ark. & Mo. Baker COA, age uncertain

     16.   2 Graham Cave Points, largest 4 3/8”, Burlington Chert, Pike Co. Ill. Age uncertain

     17.   3 Drills, largest 3 5/8” Various States, Baker COA’s, age uncertain

     18.   3 ½” Burlington Chert Snyder Point, St. Louis Co., Mo., Baker COA, age uncertain

     19.   4 ¼” Bailey Chert Beaver Creek Point, Pike Co. Ill., Baker COA age uncertain

     20.   2 1/16” Folsom Point, High Plains Chert, Colorado Baker COA, age uncertain

     21.   3 ½” Burlington Chert Snyder Point, Adams Co. Ill., Baker COA, age uncertain

     22.   3 Drills, largest 3 7/8”, Ky & Mo., Baker COA’s, age uncertain

     23.   3 Dalton Points, largest 3 ¾”, Penters Chert, Ark., Baker COA, age uncertain

     24.   4 5/8” Burlington Chert, Graham Point, St. Charles Mo., Bakers COA, age uncertain

     25.   6 ½” Burlington Chert Sedalia Drill, St Louis Co. Mo. Bakers COA, age uncertain

     26.   4 ¾” Flint Ridge Chert Dovetail Point, Ashland Co. Ohio, Baker COA, age uncertain

     27.   3 Dovetail Points, Various States, Largest 5”, Baker COA, age uncertain

     28.   5 Misc. Flints, Various States, Largest 4 ¼” Baker COA, age uncertain

     29.   5 ¾” Burlington Chert Dovetail Point, Union Co., Ill. Baker COA, age uncertain

     30.   4 5/8” Beaver Lake Point, Ft. Payne Chert Hardin Co. Ky. Baker COA, age uncertain

     31.   2 Dovetail Points, Burlington Chert, largest 4 ¼”, Ind. Ill. Baker COA, age uncertain

     32.   5 Misc. Flints, Largest 4”, Various States, Baker COA, age uncertain

     33.   5 3/8” Kirk Corner Notch Point, Bailey Chert, Van Buren Co. Iowa, Baker COA, age uncertain

     34.   4 Dalton Points, largest 3 5/8” Ark., Mo., Baker COA, age uncertain

     35.   2 Dalton Points, largest 5 7/16”, Ark., Baker COA, age uncertain

     36.   4 Dalton Points, largest 3 7/8” Various States, Baker COA, age uncertain

     37.   3 1/8” Agate Basin Point Bailey Chert, Ill. Baker COA – age uncertain

     38.   3 7/8” Rare Hematite Dovetail Point, Madison Co. Ill., Baker COA

     39.   29 ¾” Carved Katsina – age uncertain

     40.   8 x 12 Frame with 3 strands beads

     41.   5 ¼” Hornstone Turkey Tail Point, DeKalb Co. Ind. – few dings to sides (thin)

     42.   Improved Order of Redman Lodge Pin – Crawfordsville Ind.

     43.   2 3/16” Flint Ridge Dovetail Point, Greene Co. Ohio, Ex. Jim Miller Coll.

     44.   2 ¼” Paleo Point, Fluted One Side, Purple Indian Green, Paulding Co. Ohio

     45.   3 ¾” Burlington Chert Copena Point, Copena Co. Mo.

     46.   3 1/8” Hornstone Paleo Fluted Point

     47.   Stone Metate with Mono, New Mexico

     48.   Stone Metate with Mono, New Mexico

     49.   8 x 12 Frame with 6 Ohio Artifacts, Slate Pendant, Coshocton Knife, Colorful Adena Point, 3 Archaic Points

     50.   2 Stone Hammers, 4 Stone Balls, Fossils, 2 Celts, Large Hammerstone

     51.   2 Nice Ohio Points – Ex. Stan Copeland Coll., largest 2 ¼”

     52.   2 Large Hammerstones, Axe Celt, Roller Pestle, Polished Stone

     53.   8 x 12 Frame with 21 Brown Bess Musket Flints

     54.   8 x 12 Frame with 10 Items found in Kankakee River Valley Northern Indiana, including Colorful Flint Ridge Blade, 2 Adena Points, Lincoln Watch Fob, 6 other items

     55.   5 ¾” Dover Flint Spade, Polished Bit

     56.   Box containing Misc. Field Debris

     57.   8 ¾” Speckled Hardstone ¾ Groove Axe, Reground bit

     58.   Box containing Slate Scrapers

     59.   6 Frames with total of 99 Flint Points, some damaged, all Ohio

     60.   2 Frames with total of 21 artifacts including partially drilled slate gorget, 20 flint points, many colorful, longest 3 ½”

     61.   3 Frames Flints, Shards, Bone Tools, 35 items with info, all Utah

     62.   4 Frames (total of 45) mostly Flint Items, Indiana with info included

     63.   4 Frames, 3 contain total of 7 Indiana Points, 2 are Flint and one frame contains 16 Thumb Scrapers, some of Knife River Flint, North Dakota

     64.   Frame with 4 Nice Ohio Points – largest 2 ¾”

     65.   5 Frames Total of 26 Ohio Points and One Banded Slate Pendant

     66.   5 Frames Total of 28 Flint Points, Indiana, largest 2 ¾”

     67.   2 South West Pottery Vessels, Jemez Pueblo

     68.   46” x 26” Eye Dazzler Rug, Slight Bleeding, small hole

     69.   2” x 2 ½” Zuni Inlay SS Belt Buckle signed P-P Natch

     70.   7 Misc. Stone Tools including Arizona Stone Axe

     71.   6” x 6” Woven Split Basket – Nice

     72.   5 ¼” Beveled Fort Ancient Knife of white chert, Ex. Ken Spahr Coll.

     73.   8” x 6” Frame containing Five Items found by Roger Wilson in Van Wert including a salvaged Slate Gorget with worm, Miniature Quad Gorget with starter holes, carved shell button and two pieces furniture hardware

     74.   5 5/8” Socketed Copper Spear found in Fondulac Wis., Ex. Robert Weeks Coll.

     75.   14 ½” Confederate Blacksmith made Side Knife with plaque from when it was displayed at the Fremont, Ind. Bank – One Large Iron Rivet holds blade into a salvaged hatchet handle

     76.   Group of Three Middle Eastern Oil Lamps – largest 4 ½”

     77.   3 ¾” Socketed Copper Spear – Wisconsin

     78.   14” x 8” Frame containing Group of 37 Copper Needles – longest 3 ½” Michigan and Wisc.

     79.   3” Flint Ridge Hopewell Point, Ohio –Tiny Ding to one corner of base – Ex. Tom McAdams Coll.

     80.   Job Lot of Thirty – two Various Stone Tools – some broken, mostly Ohio – largest 7 ½”

     81.   2 ½” Novaculite Tang Knife with old Museum Catalog Number 6002.5

     82.   2 ¼” x 1 ¾ Banded Slate Undrilled Quadro Concave Gorget, Marion Co. Ohio

     83.   24” Strand of Faceted Beads

     84.   3 ¾” x 1 ¼” Crowleys Ridge Cobble, Drill – Texas Co. Mo., Baker COA

     85.   (2) 7 ½” x 12” Wood Frames with total of 60 Flint Points, Nice selection

     86.   (3) 12 x 16 Wood Frames with total of 142 Black Flint Points

     87.   (3) 12 x 16 Frame with total of 96 Points – some color

     88.   13” x 19” Frame with total of 60 Points – longest 2 1/8”

     89.   2 Wood Frames Total of 72 Points

     90.   2 Wood Frames Total of 55 Points – 2 Drills – Longest 2 3/8”

     91.   (4) 12 x 15 Wood Frames Total of 204 Points

     92.   8 x 12 Frame with 7 Points, 2 Drills, 2 Knives

     93.   12 x 18 Cedar Frame with total of 53 Points – longest 2 ¼”

     94.   12 x 16 Frame with 32 Points, Nice selection, longest 2 1/8”

     95.   (2) 12 x 16 Frames with total of 96 Points

     96.   12 x 16 Frame with 26 Points & 3 Drills – longest 2 ¾”

     97.   12 x 16 Frame with total of 36 Points & 3 Drills – longest 2 ½”

     98.   (3) 12 x 16 Frames Total of 99 Points & 3 Drills – longest 2 7/8” – some color

     99.   (3) 12 x 16 Frames Total of 104 Points & 1 Drill – longest 2 7/8” –some color

   100.   33 1/8” Slate Celt – tip broken & glued

   101.   8 ½” x 9” Casas Grande Pot Polychrome – cracked broken & glued, Ex. L. Offult Collection, Bill of sale included from Membres Pottery

   102.   14” x 14” Black & White Anasazi Olla – has crosses on rim restoration – repair – Statement of restoration

   103.   13” x 11 ¼” Anasazi Cord marked Pottery Olla Restoration to rim – very fine look – Arizona

   104.   14 5/6” x 16 ½” Gigantic Cremation Olla Casas Grande Huerigos Polychrome, standard variant 1300 – 1500 AD Burned & crushed by 2nd Floor   T-shaped entry motif with vegetable motif? Rare!  Broken & Glued   Filled – no professional restoration, disclosure form included

   105.   12 x 12 Frame with 9 Pottery Mayan Heads – largest 2 ½” x 3”

   106.   (2) 10” x 12 ½” Frames with total of 41 Flint Points – largest 3 1/8”

   107.   8 x 12 Frame with 2 Pottery Ear Spools engraved 2 ¾” diameter, Polk Co., Tenn. “Wheel Design”

   108.   (2) 13 ½” x 19 ½” Cards with total of 78 Fine Bird Points – longest 1 ¼”

   109.   13 ½” x 19 ½” Card with Total of 44 Bird Points – largest 1 ½”

   110.   12 x 18 Frame with 21 Assorted Artifacts, some age uncertain, Points, Pipe, Bone Awls, Bone Fish Hook, Gorget, Harpoon, Coronation Knife

   111.   (2) 11” x 12 ½” Frames Total of 25 Points & a Drill, largest 3 ¼”, several are age uncertain

   112.   6 x 8 Frame with 5 Points – largest 2 ½”

   113.   2 ¾” Lange Point, Mt. Pleasant, Texas – Perino COA

   114.   2 Frames Total of 34 Points, largest 3 5/8”

   115.   2 Frames Total of 7 Large Points/ Knives, eccentric – age uncertain, largest 7 1/8”

   116.   8 x 12 Frame with Total of 43 Obsidian Points/Knives – largest 3 ½”

   117.   7 ½” x 14” Frame with 4 x 12 ½” Stone Spatula, age uncertain

   118.   8 x 12 Frame with total of 12 Assorted Points, largest 3 ¾”, several are age uncertain, Various States and conditions

   119.   (2) 8 x 12 Frames, Total of 25 Points, Knives, Bird Effigy, various conditions, States, types, longest 4 5/8”

   120.   8 x 12 Frame with total of 23 Points, longest 2 3/16”

   121.   3 3/8” Fluted Point – age uncertain

   122.   Cedar Box containing 6 pcs. Worked crystals, 3 heads, pestle shape 2 unknown

   123.   2 Stone Figures, age uncertain, largest 8 5/8”

   124.   2 Steatite Great Pipes, circa 1930’s, age uncertain Bear Effigy, Frog Effigy, longest 10 1/8”

   125.   5 Stone Discoidals – all age uncertain, largest 5 ¼”

   126.   3 Assorted Stone Axes, all age uncertain, largest 7 ½”

   127.   9” Stone Standing Figures, Steatite, Russell’s Cave Alabama, age uncertain

   128.   6 ½” x 3 ¼” Stone Discoidal, Galliton Co., Ky. Age uncertain

   129.   3 Stone Axes – age uncertain, largest 8 ½”

   130.   3 Stone Axes – age uncertain – largest 8”

   131.   2 Stone Axes – age uncertain – largest 9”

   132.   Gigantic Stone Axe – 11 ½” long, Scott Co. Ill., age uncertain

   133.   ¾ Groove Stone Axe, 9 ½” long, Ill., age uncertain

   134.   2 Stone Ceremonial Axes, Ky., Georgia – age uncertain, largest 9 ¾” x 7 ½” age uncertain

   135.   4 Assorted Stone Axes – all age uncertain, largest 9 ¼”

   136.   6 Assorted Stone Axes – all age uncertain – largest 7 ½”

   137.   5 Assorted Great Pipes, all age uncertain, largest 7 ¼” x 5”

   138.   Lot consisting of 5 Bannerstones, Boatstone, Stone Spud, all age uncertain

   139.   10 Assorted Stone Pipes, all age uncertain, largest 6 ¾” x 2 ½”

   140.   11 Assorted Stone Axes, all age uncertain, largest 7 ¼”

   141.   10 Assorted Birdstones, all age uncertain, largest 2 ½” x 3 ½” Various States, Conditions & Types

   142.   8 Assorted Bannerstones – all age uncertain

   143.   12 Assorted Birdstones – all age uncertain

   144.   10 Assorted Stone Pendants – Gorgets, Slate & Hardstone, all are age uncertain

   145.   18” x 36” Cox Custom Case with 10 Iron Tipped Arrows, willow shafts, sinew wrap fletching, several are painted

   146.   5 x 6 Frame with 5 Copper/Brass Jesuit Trade Crosses and 1 Rosary Charm from Mississippi Sites, middle cross is 2”

   147.   8” x 4” Quilled Bag, edge beading, tile beads on fringe, sinew, 2 elk teeth, excellent condition, 1950’s

   148.   5 x 6 Frame of 6 Jesuit Trade Crosses, 2 are silver and engraved, 4 copper/brass, top middle silver cross is 2”

   149.   13” Carved and Beaded Buffalo Horn Spoon, bird head effigy, tin cones, trade cloth drop, highly polished, contemporary

   150.   1895 Winchester Indian Modified Rifle, rawhide wrapped forearm and wrist, pierced hole in butt stock, brass tacking decoration, traces of heavy paint, will not cock

   151.   20” Hand Carved Wooden Plains Flute, sinew bands, carved catlinite horse effigy saddle, quill mouth piece, still has great sound, Rare!

   152.   12” Hand Forged from File Dag Knife, wooden paddle handle, 2 pins

   153.   5 Pewter Trade Pipes, elbows with drop ring on bottom, largest is 1 ½” x 1”

   154.   32 Original Bone Hair Pipes for Cheyenne Style Breast Plate, hand finished and polished, each is hollow and they average 4”, circa 1850’s

   155.   10” Beaded Sioux Moccasins – rawhide soles, sinew, cloth edging, excellent condition (1890’s)

   156.   17” Russell Green River Marked Bowie, antler and sterling handle, silver guard, well used

   157.   2 Hand Forged Iron Fire Strikers, well made with decorations

   158.   12” x 3” Cheyenne Beaded Sheath, sinew sewn and beaded, red ochre on back, original hand forged from file knife with pewter bolster, initials J.P.H.

   159.   18” x 6 ½” Hand Forged Pipe Tomahawk, head is made from gun barrel, rifling still visible, original haft shows heavy rasping marks, handle tapers to end, 2 suspension holes, steel bit

   160.   Cheyenne German Silver Concho Belt, leather is rotten and removed, 42 conchos from 2 ½” to 1”, and drop end drag, 43 total pieces, very rare set

   161.   6” North West Coast Articulating Shamans Jaguar Doll, prominent phallic symbol, carvings on head, body is carved bone, cedar arms, legs and head 19th century

   162.   5” x 4” Steatite Gorget, salvaged from bottom of stone bowl, 3 holes, Hiwassee Tenn.

   163.   11” Handmade Wooden Pipe Safe with original pipe that has painted floral decorations, crack on one side, brass catch, early 1800’s

   164.   9 ½” x 3” Sioux Beaded Knife Sheath, well used, sinew sewn and beaded, thin rawhide liner, 19th century, stiff

   165.   2” x 1 ½” Steatite Hand Carved Bullet Mold, 2 large caliber balls with holes for pegs, early 1800’s

   166.   31” Pre Columbian Miniature Fish Effigy Vessel, very good condition

   167.   12” x 4” Crow Tack Sheath Harness, leather, heavily tacked, belt hole, original horn handle trade knife, beaver stamped on blade

   168.   7 ½” Very Unique French Pipe Tomahawk Head, curled ears, hand forged, steel insert bit

   169.   13” North West Coast Volute Knife & Sheath, 2 forged curled wings, cloth wrapped, leather sheath with tin at bottom

   170.   20” x 3” Carved Wooden Quirt, horse effigy, saw tooth style, large hole for wrist, braided leather quirt at top, 2 carved hands on one side and curved arrow on reverse

   171.   46” x 7” Sioux Wedding Bag, male on horseback on one side and woman on horseback on reverse, sinew sewn and beaded, edge and top beading, quill wrapped fringe, yellow ochre on top, work of art, 1920’s

   172.   Pine Ridge Indian Agency 12 Ga. Shotgun, old brass repair on wrist, brass eagle and 3 brass discs surround U.S. Pine Ridge Indian Agency Brand, under lever breakdown, all function good – circa 1930 - 40

   173.   13 ½” Tiffany and Co. Broadway New York C.W. Era Dagger, sterling handle, silver guard, monogrammed B on back, leather sheath with silver mountings       

   174.   24” Plains Ball Club with iron button spike, star and saw tooth carvings, lanyard hole, well made, heavy wood, contemporary

   175.   11 ½” Sheffield Snake Brand Trade Scalping Blade with hefty rawhide wrapped handle

   176.   17” x 7” Hand Forged Pipe Tomahawk, file branded haft, drop hole, leather gasket visible gun barrel

   177.   10” x 3” Sioux Beaded Sheath, tin tinklers sinew, old sinew repair at bottom – stiff

   178.   Plains Shooting Bag with powder horn, beaded strap with some bead loss, bag front heavily beaded, sinew

   179.   12 ½” Human Effigy Handle Dag Knife, hand forged blade, 5 pin, beautiful carving, Eastern Woodland

   180.   26” North West Coast Ceremonial Dagger, wolf effigy handle, inlaid abalone teeth, eyes and ears, twisted cord and cloth wrapped handle, wide hand forged blade with raised spine, custom museum stand

   181.   48” Rare Finger Woven Iroquois Sash, vegetable dyed woven decorations, very rare to survive, late 1700’s to early 1800’s

   182.   7 ½” Rawhide Covered Apache Powder Horn, handmade Jack Chain

   183.   24 ½” Gunstock War Club, forged iron blade iron pin, brass tacking and traces of file branding, contemporary

   184.   28” x 4 ½” Iroquois Childs Beaded Loin Cloth, unique and rare, 1800’s

   185.   3” North West Coast Shamans Seal Talisman, bone or bone like, highly carved and polished, seal with hands to face, 1880’s

   186.   24” Strand of Early Chevron Trade Beads, 5 layer and 6 layer, very rare, Hiwassee Island Tenn.

   187.   4” Carved Wooden Trade Pipe, high relief and chip carving, brass mouth piece

   188.   11 ½” x 6” Hide and Quilled Envelope, beaded edges around quilled rosettes, contemporary

   189.   17” Tube Parfleche, very long fringe, painted and worn, very dirty, hung in Oklahoma Trade Post for last 30 years, late 1970’s

   190.   33” x 6” Cheyenne Pipe Bag, Sinew sewn and beaded, quill wrapped fringe, pliable, 1900’s

   191.   19” Parfleche Cylinder, traces of paint remain, top and bottom remain intact, heavily worn, contemporary

   192.   7 ½” x 5 ½” Beaded Bag, heavily fringed beaded flap with brass button, tin tinklers, contemporary

   193.   Seminole Otter Turban, painted drop, beaded rosette, cloth and beading edges, contemporary

   194.   10” x 6” Reservation Pouch, pony beading dual flaps, lots of fringing, edge beading worn on belt, 1950’s

   195.   8” x 5 ½” Parfleche Envelope, most paint gone, fringe and cloth edging, contemporary

   196.   20” Medicine Shield, cover over thick rawhide shield painted and decorated with a whole ermine, beads, dew claws, woven dream catcher, trade cloth, very well made and decorative, contemporary – will not ship out of country

   197.   27” x 11” Hand Forged Plains Pipe Tomahawk, weeping heart punch decoration of blade, unique long handle with raised circles over file branding, good draw, original clean out plug, well worn handle, very nice hawk, age uncertain

   198.   1873 Winchester 44-40 Rifle, Indian influenced, multiple brass tacks front and back, 2 iron strip repairs at wrist, functions great, lots of eye appeal, SN# 120389A

   199.   Ermine Split Horn Headdress, beautiful ermine covered skull cap, painted split buffalo horns, ermine drops on back, horse hair red tufts, dyed red feather, visually stunning, trade wool drop – will not ship out of country

   200.   27 ½” Wood Carving of Armored Spanish Soldier Possible Don Quixote

   201.   44” Strand of Blue Padre Trade Beads

   202.   Large 38” Strand of Cobalt Blue Button Style Trade Beads

   203.   26” Strand of rare Vaseline Glass Stripe Beads

   204.   24” Strand of Large Blue and White Mandrell Wound Trade Beads

   205.   24” Strand of Blue and White Donut Style Trade Beads, Nice!

   206.   12” x 16” Frame of (7) Strands of Blue and White Seed Beads accented with copper cone dangles, Montgomery Co., Alabama

   207.   Super Rare 20” Strand of Black and Yellow Rattlesnake Trade Beads

   208.   Nice 30” Strand of Colorful Neolithic Stone Beads, Northern Sahara Desert

   209.   44” Strand of Red Padre Trade Beads

   210.   Fantastic Strand of Large Blue Glass Trade Beads – approx. 40”

   211.   40” Strand of White Dutch Tile Trade Beads

   212.   Great Collector Item! Original 1949 Calendar Raymond C. Viezten, Doctor of Motors – Archeologist, great condition!

   213.   12” x 18” Frame of Colorful Pottery Disc., Curtis Site, Arizona

   214.   Rare Book! 1935 Publication by Great Northern Railway “Black Foot Indians”

   215.   Large Northern Plains Sioux Style Buffalo Tooth Necklace in 12” x 16” frame

   216.   Museum Copy Giant Hudson Bay Silver Trade Cross with turtle drops, 6” x 9”, great display item!

   217.   Fine 7 ½” Roller Pestle made from Red Quartz, from Kent Co., Ohio

   218.   Set of (4) George Washington Restrike Peace Medals, 1792-1795 (contemporary)

   219.   Rare Book! Original First Edition 1906, Lives of famous Indian Chiefs

   220.   Dated 1899 Ledger Drawing Sioux Brides, very unique! Age uncertain

   221.   Museum replica Engraved Beaver Effigy Pot, signed Cahokia Mounts

   222.   Cache of (5) Large Limestone Game Balls found near Columbus, Ga.

   223.   Very Desirable 1911 Publication by Fred Harvey, The Great Southwest

   224.   Fine 28” Plains Indian Wood Pipe Stem

   225.   13 ½” Inuit Dagger, wood handle has a crack

   226.   6 ½” x 11” Beaded Tomahawk Drop Beaded on Trade Cloth, very colorful

   227.   Plains Indian Engraved Horn Spoon with Trade Bead Drop

   228.   Historic Spade Pipe 2 ½” x 12 ½”, broken at neck and glued, probably made by the Cherokees of North Carolina

   229.   Framed 6” x 7” Dover Flint Face Effigy, age uncertain, great display item

   230.   Mint Copy, Who’s Who in Indian Relics #11 by Steven R. Cooper

   231.   Rare Offering, Set of (2) Hardbound Limited Edition Colonel Raymond Vietzen Indian Relic Collection Auction Catalogs

   232.   Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 82, Archaeological Observations, North of the Rio Grande

   233.   Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 65, Archaeological Explorations in Southeastern Arizona

   234.   Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin #46, A Dictionary of the Choctaw Language

   235.   Rare Two Volume Set, Bulletin No. 30, Bureau of American Ethnology, Handbook of American Indians

   236.   Lot of 100+ mixed Date Indian Head Pennies

   237.   (200) Assorted Buffalo Nickels

   238.   25” x 32” Rustic Barn Wood Frame of approx. 170 Assorted Colorful Artifacts, great relic room and man cave decoration

   239.   Museum Display, a Modern Knapped Specimen of a 2 ¾” x 10” Hopewell Ross Blade

   240.   Frame of (12) Engraved Pottery Disc Beads

   241.   Framed 24” Strand of Cut Bone Beads from Bunola, Pa.

   242.   12” x 18” Custom Frame of (22) Metal rat Tail Trade Points

   243.   A Fantastic 60” Strand of Mixed Variety Colorful Trade Beads, in a 12” x 16” frame

   244.   48” Strand of Fine Shell Beads from Spiro Mound LeFlore Co., Oklahoma

   245.   Cree Indian Copper Cut Out Fish Decoy, used in ice fishing, 9 ½” long

   246.   14” Tall Old Honesty Cigars Cast Iron Indian Bank

   247.   12” x 18” Frame of 68+ Assorted Neolithic Colorful Stemmed Points

   248.   Rare Book! 1884 First Edition The Moquis of Arizona by Bourke, this book lists for over $500.00

   249.   18 ½” Giant Greenstone Roller Pestle, East Tenn.

   250.   Ex. Vietzen Coll., a 23” Sandstone Roller Pestle from Lost City, Lewisburg, Ky.

   251.   10” Stone pestle, Colombia Co., Wisconsin, chip on back side of pole

   252.   From the A.E. Buck Coll. A fine stone roller pestle 10” highly polished from Tunkhannock, Pa., a quality artifact!

   253.   4” Wide x 12” Tall Highly Detailed Stone Idol, material appears to be steatite, a great display piece!, age and location unknown, looks good

   254.   11” long Stone Roller Pestle from Scott Co., can’t determine the slate, a nice artifact

   255.   Giant 3 ¼” x 11” Stone Celt from Livingston Co., Ky., very minor nick on one corner of the bit

   256.   22” Long Porphyry Stone Head Club with fully beaded handle

   257.   16” Long Cut Out Wood Prayer Stick, “Neat” Contemporary

   258.   Brule Sioux Patriotic Beaded Infant’s Vest from the Rose Bud Sioux Reservation

   259.   Collection of (4) Native American Design Pocket Knives

   260.   100+ assorted Alaskan Style Bone Carvings

   261.   12 ½” Long Hand Forged Native American Metal Gouge, Plains Era

   262.   Limited Edition Case Trapper Pocket Knife, “The Trail of Tears”

   263.   6 ½” x 13” Wood Gaming Tray Woodland Indians

   264.   Strike-a-lite Bag Fully Beaded with beaded handle and heavy fringe, overall size 24” long x 2 ½” wide

   265.   Collection of (4) Small Fish and One Frog, Woodland Indian, wood fishing decoys in a 8” x 12” frame

   266.   Nez Perce Beaded Bag, 8 ½” x 10 ½”, nice quality

   267.   12” x 16” Framed Collection of (4) Different Reservation Era Beaded Fetishes

   268.   Iron Horse Hobble marked on strap, Pine Ridge Indian Agency, unique!

   269.   This was probably an original Tee Pee bag made into a zippered bag, 7” x 10 ½”, beaded on both sides, Sioux

   270.   Beaded Oval Style Bag, 5 ½” x 12” overall, different pattern on each side

   271.   Heavy Fringed Floral Beaded Bag, Different scene on each side, 5 ½” x 15”

   272.   Cowboys & Indian, a 30” x 36” rustic barn wood frame featuring a metal cut out cowboy boot and approx. 145 assorted artifacts, a wonderful display

   273.   22” x 22” Wormy Chestnut Frame of Assorted Artifacts from Glover Cave, Christian Co., Kentucky

   274.   Book, Sage of Glover’s Cave by Raymond Vietzen, a hard to find publication, this one has some water damage

   275.   Parade Hat complete with the hat box, good display item

   276.   Heavily Fringed and Striped Beaded Buckskin Pants, shows much use and character, Sioux origin

   277.   Great Display Item, Ute Cradle Board, 15” wide x 31” tall, great condition

   278.   Fantastic Pair of Horse Hair Gauntlets

   279.   9 ½” x 14” x 3” Deep Stone Bowl, location and culture unknown

   280.   13 ½” Stag Handle Bowie Knife with brass tacked sheath, new blade?

   281.   Sioux Parfleche Case 14” x 27” strong colors, excellent condition

   282.   Large Native American Camp Knife with wood handle, 16 ½” brass tack decorated sheath

   283.   Gallon Jar full of Various Types and Styles of Trade Beads

   284.   Rare Book, 1891 Publication Sitting Bull and History of the Indian War

   285.   27th Annual Report, Bureau of American Ethnology 1905-1906

   286.   Legends of Prehistoric Art, Volume I by Bobby Onken

   287.   10 ¾” x 1 ¾” Double Point Red Sand Stone Chisel

   288.   2 ½” x 5” Highly Polished Colorful Flint Celt

   289.   6” x 2” Historic Conical Stone Pipe

   290.   10” Hand Forged Iron Harpoon Head

   291.   10” Historic Catlinite Pipe framed

   292.   Large Bundle of 50+ Strands of Colorful Seed Beads

   293.   2” x 6 ¼” Pink Quartz Celt from Cass Co. Ill.

   294.   2 ¼” x 7 ¼” Highly Polished Jadite Celt

   295.   Attributed to the Cherokees of North Carolina, a 6” x 2 ½” Historic Steatite Transformation Stone Pipe

   296.   2 ¼” wide x 7” long Steatite Historic Fish Pipe

   297.   24” Strand of Clear Mandrel Wound Trade Beads

   298.   Sale Highlite! A Wonderful Engraved Canal Coal Triangle Face Pendant from the the Dr. Young Coll. Only 1 ½” x 2 ¼”

   299.   Framed Cache of (7) Fine Kentucky Triangle Points

   300.   24” x 32” Framed Collection Over 100 Assorted Colorful Artifacts, largest 2 1/2”

   301.   7” x 8 ½” x 2 ½” Oval Prehistoric Stone Bowl

   302.   Frame of (19) Midwest Stemmed Bird Points

   303.   4” x 13” Frame of 928) Nez Perce Arrowheads found along the Clear Water River in Idaho

   304.   20 Volumes, Ohio Archaeological and Historical Society Publications

   305.   Large Prehistoric Whale Bone, approx. 28” long x 8” wide x 6” deep

   306.   Desert South West Sifter, the sifter is fashioned from the udder of a cow, a very unique item!

   307.   15” x 18” x 7” Unique Whale Vertebrae Seal Oil Lamp

   308.   Prehistoric Whale Bone Vertebrae, Clyde River, North Coast, of Baffin Island with tattoo face design

   309.   12” x 18” Frame of (55) Western Bird Points

   310.   Ithaca Gun Co. Rabbit Ear Double Barrel Buffalo Bill Wild West Show Shotgun, dated 1895, excellent condition, age uncertain

   311.   15” x 23” Buffalo Bill Wild West in Town, Cloth Banner

   312.   Original Program, 1910 Buffalo Bills Farewell Tour

   313.   Buffalo Bill Souvenir Autograph Card from the Wild West Show

   314.   Original Studio Photo of Mae Lillie and Pawnee Bill Performers in the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show

   315.   Dated 1911 14” overall Col. W.F. Cody Bowie Knife, a real beauty, probably a presentation piece (?)

   316.   Framed Print Buffalo Bills Wild West Show Cast (Reprint)

   317.   Ossick Effigy Club, 21” long, excellent condition

   318.   Hand Forged Metal Hook used in the Ancient Fishing Industry

   319.   32” Strand of Ancient Roman Bronze Beads and Dangles

   320.   7 ¼” Sperm Whale Tooth with silver cap

   321.   Fantastic Fossilized Ivory Sled Runner, great patination, 19 ¼” long

` 322.   Wonderful Zoomorphic Stone Pipe, Human Animal Form, 3 ¼” x 1 ½”

   323.   32” Strand of Historic Shell Disc Beads

   324.   Fantastic Carved Bone Eagle Head 6 ½”, great detail

   325.   Fine Group of Polished Jadeite Beads, the largest bead 3 ¾”

   326.   Fine Frog Effigy Stone Pipe, 3 ¾” x 2 ½” ex. Dr. Young Coll.

   327.   Portion of Fossilized Ivory Sled Runners, great patination

   328.   9 ¾” Spud found near Asheville, North Carolina

   329.   2” Fine Quart Game Stone – Hamilton Co., Tenn., Ex. Dan Stroud Coll.

   330.   2 ½” x 6 ¼” Colorful Polished Flint Celt

   331.   Faceted Copper Adze, Hopewell Culture, Ross Co. Ohio, 9 ½” x 1 ¾”

   332.   Fine 3 ¼” x 9 ½” Celt, Mason Co. Kentucky, Ex. John Delime Coll.

   333.   Flaired Bit Celt, 3 ½” x 8”, Darke Co. Ohio

   334.   (2) Large Chinese Jade Carved Pieces, approx. 4” x 7”

   335.   12” x 18” Frame of (27) Midwest Arrowheads, mostly dinged

   336.   Primitive Wari Culture Sewing Kit

   337.   Unusual Parakeet Stone Carving, 12” tall, looks good, culture unknown

   338.   8” x 4” Human Effigy Stone Carving, Ex. Boban Coll., Ex. Sioux National Historical Museum

   339.   Ironwood Carving of Indian Chief, great detail, 14” x 22”

   340.   Original Cherokee Reservation Drum Cherokee, North Carolina, 11” x 11”

   341.   Frame of Over 50 Cherokee Reservation made Beads, Pendants etc..

   342.   Large Bundle of Colorful Sandcast Trade Beads

   343.   Framed Strand of Copper Culture Beads and Large Copper Pendant

   344.   26” Strand of Engraved Pottery Beads, Alabama

   345.   5 ¼” x 2 ¼” Steatite Bowl, Little Tenn. River

   346.   2 ½” x 4” Speckled Granite Double Bit Axe, St. Louis Co., Missouri

   347.   Giant Stone Bead, 4 ¾” x 2 ½”, California, Ex. Anderson Coll.

   348.   Fine African Ceremonial Wood Comb, 4” x 12”

   349.   Bone Harpoon, 10 ½” long, Guliford, Ct., very nice

   350.   3” x 5” Historic Steatite Bean Pipe, North Carolina

   351.   North West Coast Fully Beaded on front Dance Apron, 1950-1960 circa, originally purchased at Albuquerque Auction in 2001

   352.   1960’s 7 ¾” x 10 ½” Floral Beaded Bag, felt cloth lined, originally purchased at Old Barn Auction

   353.   Sioux Fully Beaded Front and Back Strike-a-lite Pouch 3” x 3 ¾”

   354.   3” Giant Quartz Cone, Ex. Dave Kuhn Coll.

   355.   Nice Strand of Pre Columbian Shell Beads, approx. 26”, framed

   356.   Frame of (22) Large Neolithic Willow Leaf Blades, 2 ½”

   357.   Frame of (6) Large Victorian Era Engraved Shell Buttons, 2 ½” wide

   358.   36” x 60” YEI Style Contemporary Rug, great decorator item!

   359.   Group of (10) Reservation Era Beaded Bracelets

   360.   New Schrade Old Timer Bowie Knife

   361.   Historic Catlinite Pipe with original quilled stem, 20”

   362.   Frame of (3) Chinese Jade Celts, largest 3 ¾” x 5”

   363.   Plains Indian Quilled and Beaded Sheath with pewter inlaid knife, sheath is 18” long including quilled slats and fringe

   364.   2 ½” x 5” Colorful Polished Flint Celt

   365.   Frame (2) Lukens Cache Blades, flint ridge material, found in Summit Co., Ohio

   366.   Prevavian Chimu Fancy Silver Nose Ring, elaborately carved, 2 ¼” x 3 ½”

   367.   Tote Brass Tomahawk Head, 2 ½” x 4 ½”

   368.   1789 George Washington Peace Medal

   369.   4” x 2 ½” Quartz Butterfly Bannerstone, Kent Co., Ohio age uncertain

   370.   Pair of 6th – 7th Century Syrian Palestine Oil Lamps, framed with info

   371.   Bird Effigy Iroquois Carved Wood Ladle, 4 ½” x 8 ½”

   372.   (2) Indiana Hornstone Blades, Fountain Co., Indiana, part of a cache of 98, pictured page 23 of Moorehead’s Prehistoric Implements

   373.   4” x 2” Steatite Block Pipe, late historic

   374.   Frame of (6) Post Neolithic Copper Arrowheads, Northern Sahara Desert

   375.   40” Strand of Cobalt Blue Ribbed Design Trade Beads, contemporary

   376.   40” Strand of Yellow Padre Trade Beads – contemporary

   377.   Nice Pair of Floral Beaded Gauntlets, trade cloth lined, contemporary

   378.   Nice Woodland Indian Blowing Moose Call, great patination, 12”

   379.   Group of (12) Antique Pocket Knives found in the Viezten Museum

   380.   Wonderful piece of Alaskan Art, a Fossilized Bear Jaw Bone featuring fantastic relief carving of fish on the sides, the top is in cribbage board

   381.   Parker Cutlery Co. 3 Knife Set Indian Series II featuring Alice Lone Bear, Broken Arm and Chief White Man

   382.   Original as found condition Pipe Tomahawk, 18” overall, head is 6 ½”

   383.   Eagle Scrimshawed Shot Cup, marked U.S.V. on back

   384.   Native American made Wood Fish Decoy

   385.   6 ¾” Flint Chisel, highly polished bit

   386.   Large Indiana Hornstone Cache Blade, 4 ¾” x 7”, slight chip on one side

   387.   3 ½” x 4 ½” South Seas Islands Shell Gorget with custom stand

   388.   Pair of Battlefield found Lance Heads, largest 10 ½” long from Vietzen Museum

   389.   32” Strand of Large Hand Blown Glass Beads

   390.   Fancy Historic Horse Effigy Stone Pipe – 3 ½” x 9”

   391.   Lot of 100+ Trade Pipes from Point Pleasant, Ohio, all damaged, great for study purposes, found by the Late Paul Fritch

   392.   Lot of (10) Assorted Bell Pestles, all with slight damage

   393.   Lot of (8) Grooved Axes

   394.   Box Lot of Misc. Site Material, bone, flint, Central Kentucky

   395.   Large Box of Colorful Arrowheads and Scrapers from Mississippi

   396.   Lot of (32) Chipped Flint Celts from the Central States, average 4” – 5”

   397.   Lot of (11) Damaged Paleo Points, Tenn. and Kentucky, Ex. John Waggoner Coll.

   398.   Large Bundle of Several Strands of Colorful Sandcast Trade Beads

   399.   Lot of (5) Stone Pipes, age uncertain

   400.   (6) Contemporary Bird Stones

   401.   4 Stone Spuds – age uncertain, longest 9 3/8”

   402.   5 Stone Celts, age uncertain, longest 9 ¼”

   403.   4 Stone Celts, 1 Adze, all age uncertain

   404.   8 Bannerstones, all age uncertain

   405.   7 Plummets, 2 Cones, age uncertain

   406.   7 Pendants – Gorgets, all age uncertain

   407.   9 Assorted Stone Slate Bannerstones, various forms, all age uncertain

   408.   3 Stone Pipes, Effigy Carved Stone Figure – all age uncertain

   409.   3 Boatstones, 2 Pendants, Gorget, Tablet, Bar, Birdstone, Plummet -age uncertain

   410.   Large Slate Tablet, Flint Hoe, Chalk Belt, all age uncertain – 6 ½” x 5 5/8” Stone Ceremonial Axe “Blade” Etowah Georgia, Ex. Dr. Bunch Coll. Age uncertain

   411.   4 Large Stone Axes, all age uncertain – largest 8”

   412.   4 Stone Axes – all age uncertain – largest 6 ¼”

   413.   5 Assorted Stone Axes, all age uncertain

   414.   5 Assorted Stone Axes, all age uncertain

   415.   5 Assorted Stone Axes, all age uncertain

   416.   5 Assorted Stone Axes, 1 Celt – all age uncertain

   417.   8 x 12 Frame with 7 long flint points, all age uncertain, longest 5 5/8”

   418.   3” Sandia Point, New Mexico, age uncertain

   419.   4 Stone Celts, longest 7 ¾” Various States, some nicks to bits

   420.   6” ¾ Groove Axe, Indiana

   421.   2 Items: 7” ¾ Groove Stone Maul and a 6 ¼” Hohokam Axe, New Mexico

   422.   3 Celts – longest 8”, Various States, old chip to bit

   423.   8” Double Groove Fluted Bottom Axe

   424.   4 ¾” Stone Pestle, Bell with pitted bottom, nice

   425.   (2) ¾ Grove Axes, longest 6 5/8”, Various States, dull bits

   426.   6 Celts, longest 5 5/8”, Various States, nice group

   427.   (3) ¾ Groove Axes, Various States, largest 5”

   428.   6 Artifacts, 5 are celts, 1 bell pestle, largest 5 ¼”, Various States

   429.   6” x 4 ¼” Red on Buff Caddo Jar – appears solid

   430.   2 Pottery Items: 4 ½” x 3 ¼” Anasazi Pot & a 5 ½” x 3” Caddo Bowl, both have rim chips

   431.   5 Small Pottery Dishes, one has broken with 2 chips, largest ¾” x 4 ¼” S.W.U.S.

   432.   9 ½” x 4 ½” Beaded Drawstring Bag – 1910 era

   433.   18” Strand Infant Bear Cub Tooth - Claws? with 4 ¼” Stone Gorget, appears old in wood display case

   434.   12 ½” Eastern Dagger – brass inset on steel

   435.   Opium Pipe and a 7 ½” Carved Ivory 2 pc. Container, Chinese – will not ship out of country

   436.   Box Containing 2 Large Fossilized Teeth, horse tooth, Buffalo Vertebra

   437.   5 Calif. Shell Bracelets, largest 3 ½”

   438.   3 5/8” x 3 5/8” South American Bark Beater

   439.   6 ¾” Hardstone Spud, rare!

   440.   5 ½” California Charmstone

   441.   3 5/8” Catlinite Pipe

   442.   2 3/8” Perforated Hardstone Discoidal

   443.   7 pcs. Copper Rings – largest 2 ¾”, Wisconsin

   444.   2 1/8” Miniature Banded Slate Bannerstone

   445.   15 Pcs. Bone Artifacts, Awls, 2 Combs, Bone Bead, Bone Effigy

   446.   Box Misc. Items: 2 Clay Heads, Stone Frog, Stone Head, Misc. Beads, eccentric, shark teeth, stone bowl with mono

   447.   2 Copper Tools, 31” Bone Necklace

   448.   9 ¼” Flint Spade, Orion Co. Tenn., highly polished bit

   449.   9 ¾” x 3 ¼” Steatite Bear Effigy Pipe, appears old, very nicely crafted

   450.   4 1/8” Circular Steatite Disc Tablet, carved design one side, Hale Co. Alabama

   451.   3 ¼” Nicely Made Butterfly Pipe, 4 small holes at bottom, 1 is broken out, appears old

   452.   9 ¼” Flint Mace marked St. Clair Co. Ill., appears old but age uncertain

   453.   Early Wood Ball Club 1650-1700, New England, 18 ¼” long

   454.   20 ¾” Hide Covered Wood Stone Headed Club – original halfting, nice

   455.   9” Carved Horn Spoon

   456.   5 ½” Copper with Turq. Insets, Asian Container, Early

   457.   14 7/8” Stone Club, Highly Polished Roller Pestle? Western US

   458.   14 Bone Artifacts, Awls, Pins, - longest 7 ¼”

   459.   8 Copper Arrow Points, 2 Metal Steel Points, Copper Needle, 2 Long Arrow Points, Wisconsin

   460.   3 7/8” Banded Slate Tube Bannerstone with worms 2 sides, Ohio, appears to have been heavily cleaned

   461.   1 3/8” Sandstone Miniature Perforated Discoidal

   462.   13 Misc. Stone Artifacts, most are drilled and 5 Clay Settler Pipes

   463.   11 ¾” Mahogany Obsidian Bi Pointed Knife marked Yucatan, Mexico Ceremonial Knife

   464.   8 7/8” Black Obsidian Bi Point Blade

   465.   10 1/8” Mahogany Obsidian Bi Point Blade

   466.   6 5/8” Black Obsidian Bi Point – Finely Chipped Bi Point Blade, about 3/8 of one end broken off

   467.   9 7/8” Semi Translucent Blade, marked Peredenalis River Bell Co. Texas, some modern chips near base, Great Sale Highlite!!

   468.   Group of 6 Obsidian Cores – longest 4 1/8” – nice lot

   469.   8 ½” Mahogany Obsidian Bi Point Knife

   470.   8 7/8” Semi Translucent Bi Point Knife, fresh ding along one edge

   471.   7” Semi Translucent Bi Point Honey Colored Flint Knife, few fresh dings along one edge, Cuernauata, Mexico

   472.   6 ¾” Finely Chipped Bi Pointed Knife Black Obsidian, Craig Helm, Mexico

   473.   Group of 12 Obsidian Artifacts including 2 Discs, 5 Flake Bladelets, 4 Curved Objects with drilled holes

   474.   3 Artifacts – Obsidian? Novaculite – largest Bi Point 7” long

   475.   4 Obsidian Spike Like objects with points, possibly spear heads – longest 6 ¼”      476.     Group of 6 Obsidian Points, largest 4” and a Chert Blade from Mexico

   477.   6 Modern Reproduction Elbow Pipes, largest 4 1/8”

   478.   2 ¼” Discoidal Marked Perrysville, Mo.

   479.   4” Modern Reproduction Birdstones, one is a double headed, largest 4”

   480.   Lot consisting of 3 C W Grapeshot, 2 Meat Cleavers, Hide Handled Curved Blade Knife            

   481.   3 Reproduction Pendants, Various materials, largest 8 ½”

   482.   4 Reproduction Stone Axes – Largest 11 ½” – one is double bitted

   483.   6 x 6 Double Crescent Bannerstone, Reproduction, dusted with red ochre as a finishing touch

   484.   5 3/8” Quartz Double Cupped Discoidal, age uncertain

   485.   6 ½” Steatite Cloud Maker Pipe, highly engraved, age uncertain

   486.   7 ¾” Sandstone Pendant – Spud, some talley marks, Davidson Co. Tenn. Age uncertain

   487.   4 ¼” Wing Bannerstone, Thin, age uncertain

   488.   Bowie Knife marked original bowie, 9 ½” blade antler handle, wood handle 11” blade Butcher Knife, 6 ¼” Pick with wood handle

   489.   8 Artifacts (all age uncertain) Hand Axe, Stone Axe, Stone hammer, 2 Stone Pipes, Pick, Stone Tube Banner – longest 7”

   490.   8 Artifacts (all reproductions or age uncertain) Stone Tablet, Boatstone, 2 Tube Banners, Crescent Banner, Stone Chisel, Reel Banner, Prismoidal Bannerstone

   491.   8 Assorted Reproduction Artifacts: Boatstone, Pendants, Gorgets, Problematics

   492.   4 Plummets – largest 7 ¼” (age uncertain)

   493.   7 ¼” California Charmstone

   494.   2 5/8” Quartz Groove Top Discoidal

   495.   8 ¼” Highly Polished Spud, Eordon Co. Georgia, age uncertain

   496.   5 Assorted Artifacts – Stone Ring, Shell Bracelet, Bone Tool, Halfted Toy Tomahawk, Stone Flute, bag Fake Eccentrics, 2 Corn Cobbs, S.W. U.S. 

         


                                                                                                                                                










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