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Auctioneer Old Barn Auction, LLC 419-422-8531
Auction Date Jun 23 Auction
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10040 St. Rt. 224 West
Findlay, OH
Time 10:00AM
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                                   PREHISTORIC & HISTORIC INDIAN ARTIFACT AUCTION

                                                    James & Ella Beach – Westville, OK                                                  

                                               The Late Lorraine Eyink – Van Wert, OH                                                     

                                                          Frank Mohr – Naples, FL                                                                       

                                                        Tom Noakes – Canfield, OH


                                        Sale Is Saturday  - June 23, 2018 -- 10:00 A.M.

                                        Preview Is Friday – June 22, 2018-- 12:00 P.M.

                               Preview Saturday -  June 23, 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!

                               

PICTURES HAVE BEEN POSTED.  THE DESCRIPTIONS OF EACH LOT ARE LISTED

BELOW AND ALSO A PDF FILE ATTACHED


                                                    

The Old Barn Auction is proud to announce a Very Wonderful Prehistoric & Historic Indian Artifact

 sale on June 23, 2018 featuring the lifetime collection of James & Ella Beach from Oklahoma,

which includes Headdresses, Vests, Dresses, Buffalo & Bear Gloves, Mexican Pottery, Rugs,

Books, Moccasins, Skookum Dolls, Baskets, Knives & Sheaths, Pipe Tomahawks, Paintings,

Cradle Boards, Great Pipes, Drawstring Bags.  We also have a nice Birdstone Collection, and a

 nice selection of Historic items from Tom Noakes & Frank Mohr, and much more. We hope you

can join us for our June Auction.  There will be approximately 556 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 Manger Old Barn Auction, LLC

AUCTIONEERS:  DAVE WEDERTZ & GREGG FOX

June 23rd Indian Auction 2018 

       1.   Stetson Hat, Great Hat Band

       2.   29” Pair Long Horn’s with eagle decorations

       3.   26” Pair Steer Horns, Mexico

       4.   Pair Childs Mohawk Beaded Moccasins – has bead loss – damage and a pair of Ladies Moccasins beaded, circa 1950-1960’s

       5.   3 Carved Wood Figures – largest 16”

       6.   2 Baskets – one is lidded plaited and the other non Indian

       7.   16” Carved Wood Trapper Figure

       8.   20” x 18” x 11” Signed Michael Garman Frontiersman with Dog Statue “1992”

       9.   6 ¾ x 16 ½” Papago Basket Bowl with human figures – 1 ½” stitch loss at rim, some stitch loss at sides
     10.   6” x 6” Fine Basketry Jar

     11.   14” x 7” Ash Splint Gathering Basket plaited with handle, 8 x 8 Plaited Basket

     12.   6” x 4 ½” Polychrome Basket, Finely woven

     13.   4” x 8” Lidded Eskimo Basket – lidded

     14.   10” Skookum Doll with papoose and stand

     15.   3 Beaded Mohawk-Tuscarora Whimseys, circa 1880-1890, some damage

     16.   3 Framed Oval Indian Maiden Prints – largest 9” x 14”

     17.   2 Framed Indian Maiden Prints and a Calendar Print Damaged

     18.   6” x 15” Framed Indian Warrior Print, Nice

     19.   Lot consisting of Beaded Miniature Doll (damaged arm) Tiny Canoe, Silver Eagle with turquoise, Coral & shell insets

     20.   3 Beaded Iroquois Pillows, circa 1880’s- largest 8 x 9, nice lot

     21.   2 Beaded Iroquois Pillows – largest 7 ½” x 9 ½”, circa 1880’s

     22.   6” x 10 ½” Hand painted Signed R.S. Williams 1885 Vase with Indian/Gun, Fine (2 chips) glazed

     23.   7 ½” x 5 ¼” Hand Painted Vase with Indian Portrait - glazed

     24.   4” x 6” Sleepy Eye Pottery Bowl

     25.   7 ½” Sleepy Eye Pottery Stein

     26.   5” x 6 ½” Sleepy Eye Pottery Butter Jar – hairline crack

     27.   8” x 12 ½” Hand painted Red Cloud Pottery Jar – signed R.S.W.

     28.   8 ½” x 10 ½” Hand Painted Indian Jar signed Wisencarver

     29.   15 Old Barn Sale Catalogs

     30.   27 Redskin Magazines

     31.   7” Indian Plaque and a 5” x 8” Indian Plaque

     32.   11 ½” x 13” Framed End of Trail Print, circa 1920-1930

     33.   13 ½” x 17 ½” Framed Indian Maiden Print

     34.   8” x 2 ½” x 11” Wood Hand Carved Bucking Bronco with rider – missing piece from bridle

     35.   12 ½” Jim Wilcock Folk Art Cowgirl

     36.   13” Jim Wilcock Folk Art Cowboy

     37.   10 ¾” G. Roberts Folk Art Cowboy

     38.   10” Carved Folk Art Cowboy unsigned

     39.   10 ¾” Wood Frontiersman Figure

     40.   8 ¾” Wood Totem Pole – nose broken at tip

     41.   11 ½” Wood Folk Art Frontiersman, T. Perry

     42.   14” x 20” x 7 ½” Carved Wood Camp Tender, Basswood, Craig White 1995

     43.   25” x 37” Painted Buffalo Bill Patricia Galloway 1991, nicely done

     44.   24 ½” x 42” Hand Painted on wood Indians overlooking train, waterfall

     45.   23” x 30” Hand Painted Hunters Bear – circa 1940-1950 Framed

     46.   18 ½” x 22” Photograph of Cowboy with pistol, nice

     47.   26 ½” x 21 ½” Canadian Mountie on horseback

     48.   18 ½” Wood Bird Head Wand

     49.   5 Loom Beaded Necklaces

     50.   9” x 10” Beaded Woodlands Bag

     51.   12 ½” Wood Bowl Drum

     52.   11 ½” Iroquois Wood Mask with horsehair decorations, Irocraft

     53.   10 ½” Hide Covered Dance Rattle, Buffalo Scrotum, circa 1748, E. Kocher Collection 1860

     54.   34 ½” Carved Wood Canoe – circa 1860

     55.   49” Pair Blackfoot Game Spears

     56.   13 ½” Carved Bowl Unirak Eskimo – several flake chips in bowl area, hand painted décor

     57.   5 ½” Plains Egg shaped Stone Club Head, drilled, chip on one end

     58.   7 Misc. Wood Tools from Kayak Model, Eskimo and a 26 ½” Sealskin Kayak with Eskimo, circa 1860, nice museum quality

     59.   2 ½” Hand Carved Wood Eskimo Pipe with monster head

     60.   2 Walrus Ivory Eskimo Fetishes – longest 4”, Bear – Seal – will not ship out of country

     61.   2 Walrus Ivory Eskimo Human Figures – longest 3” – will not ship out of country

     62.   10 Miniature Walrus Ivory Eskimo Carvings – largest 2 1/8” – will not ship out of country

     63.   6 ½” Pair Beaded Huron Childs Moccasins

     64.   8” Huron Beaded Quilled Knife Sheath, 1840’s, bead loss to edges

     65.   6” Tree Dweller Hide Rattle

     66.   7” x 10” Beaded Cree Bag, damage felt around sides, 1880

     67.   Lot consisting of Pair Child’s Huron Moccasins, Peyote Fan, Beaded Foothill Shaped Club Head, some bead loss, round slate gorget

     68.   4” x 14” Pima Basket Bowl, several run stitches missing, minor bead loss

     69.   14 ½” x 5” Drum Comanche Hand painted Old Repawned by Indians

     70.   Pair of 25” Painted Eskimo Snow Shoes, Bear Foot Style

     71.   42 ½” Wood painted Bow – Plains

     72.   Miniature Painted Comanche Teepee Model

     73.   24” Santa Domingo Heishe and Turquoise Nugget Necklace with a 2” x 3 ½” Silver Maja

     74.   24” Silver Beads, 10 Squash with Turquoise Inset and 3” x 2 ½” Naja with turq. Insets Squash Blossom Necklace

     75.   24” Silver Beads, 12 Squash with turq. Inset and a 3” x 3” Turq. Insets Silver Naja Squash Blossom Necklace

     76.   18” Brass Bead with Beaver Trade Medal

     77.   Seminole Ladies Ribbon Wear Jacket

     78.   Book – The Stone Age in North America, Moorehead 1910

     79.   History of the Indian Tribes of U.S., School craft Historical American Press Edition

     80.   Books 2 Vols. Manners, Customs and Condition of North American Indians, Geo. Catlin, London, 1841

     81.   6 Books, Art of Great Lakes Indians, History of Papago and Pima Indians, Ottawa Quillwork and Birch Bark (Paperback) Anasazi Painted Pottery, Dickson Mounds Museum, Navajo Houses, Dream Tracks

     82.   BAE Report 10th Annual 1893, Binding Loose

     83.   11” x 11” Polychrome Sea Serpent Decorated Pottery Jar made by Eudura Montoya, documented with letter and check from purchaser in 1975, 2 small chips in rim area, has normal wear area

     84.   12” x 12” Papago Open Work Basket

     85.   9” Wood Spatula

     86.   31” Loom Beaded Belt

     87.   15 ½” Pair Sioux Gauntlets – finely beaded 1880’s

     88.   Pottawamie Girls Bead Decorated Fringed Dress 1880’s

     89.   29” Bead Decorated 2 Sides with Ghosts – Horses Plains Pipe Bag

     90.   7 ½” x 16” pair Sioux Beaded Womans Leggings

     91.   6 ½” Bead Decorated 2 Sides Yankoon Sioux Knife Sheath with documentation

     92.   12” Quilled Knife Sheath

     93.   9 ¾” Beaded Blackfoot Knife Sheath

     94.   24” x 8” Beaded 2 Sides Sioux Pipe Bag – fine condition

     95.   15” x 4 ½” Cheyenne Girls Leggings Pair Beaded 2 Sides with fringe

     96.   7 ½” x 15” Southern Plains Pipe Bag Beaded 2 Sides with flags – fringe

     97.   15” x 7 ½” Pair Beaded Chippewa Leggings

     98.   7” x 15 ½” Pair Northern Plains Beaded Woman’s Leggings

     99.   Beaded and Quilled Pipe Bag – 21 ½”

   100.   (6) 12” x 18” x 3 ½” Glass & Wood Showcases

   101.   2 Heishe Necklaces – one is 3 strands with cluster, Turq., Coral, Shell

   102.   Bear Claw Necklace with hide drop, some bead decorations, lots of wear, some damaged claws - worn badly

   103.   Books: 12 small paperback books, Sand paintings of the Navajo Indians, Pictorial History of the American Indians

   104.   4 Books: Hand book of North American Indians BAE #30 Part 2, BAE 24th Annual Report, 1907, BAE 7th, 1891, BAE Third 1894 – various conditions

   105.   5 Assorted Hard Back Books – 6 paperback books – Indian related material

   106.   5 Assorted Books

   107.   Report of Sec. of War 1850 Reconnaissance’s of Routes from San Antonio to El Paso, condition bad but good reference material

   108.   12” Navajo Female Doll

   109.   17” Hopi Katsina – missing wand and damaged feather

   110.   9 ½” Eskimo Doll with child on snowshoes

   111.   6 Assorted Small Dolls, 3 are skookums, largest 7 ¾”

   112.   8 ½” Pair Bead Decorated High Top Moccasins, circa 1980’s

   113.   11” Skookum Male Doll – original box

   114.   15” Skookum Male Doll

   115.   2 Pc. Man’s Bead Decorated Jacket and Trousers – Floral Designs, possibly 100RM Lodge or Pow Wow

   116.   14” Beaded Plains Holster, contemporary but nice

   117.   36” Beaded Bandolier Bag, bottom of bag has been cut off, condition of remainder is good, holes and bead loss, circa 1890

   118.   7” x 9” Beaded 2 Sides Chippewa Bag – circa 1900

   119.   12 ½” Bead Decorated Bag, circa 1920

   120.   4 ½” x 3 ½” Beaded 2 Sided Drawstring Bag

   121.   11” x 4 ½” Beaded Butterfly Design Bag, circa 1950

   122.   5” x 3” Beaded with copper buttons Bag with fringe

   123.   5 ½” x 16 ½” Beaded Pipe Bag, circa 1950’s

   124.   11” Pair Patriotic Decorated Beadwork Man’s Moccasins – nice

   125.   6” x 6 ½” Beaded 2 Sided Cardinal Bird on Branch, Plateau Idaho Purse with zipper, Nice

   126.   7 ½” Early Childs Toy Cradleboard – bead decorated with doll

   127.   32” x 5” Beaded Floral Belt, minor bead loss in 2 areas

   128.   19” x 5 ¾” Pictorial Beaded 2 Sided with Indian on horse Pipe Bag – with quill work, circa 1950- 1960’s

   129.   15” Porcupine Roach

   130.   7 ¼” x 13” Sioux Beaded and Quilled Bag, damage to one corner of lower half in fringe area, beaded 2 sides

   131.   4 ¾” x 15” plus beaded drops and tin cones and fringe horse shoes design, circa 1950’s

   132.   Red Feather Headdress with horsehair, tin button, circa 1950’s

   133.   7 ½” x 4” Rare Design Powder Flask, Indian Hunting Buffalo on horseback, missing dispenser at top, all brass

   134.   10” Pair Bead Decorated Moccasins, floral design

   135.   8” Pair Childs Moccasins – Floral Design, circa 1950’s

   136.   Bead Decorated Man’s Vest, one button detached, circa 1910

   137.   10 ½” x 10” Athabascan Alaska Moose hair Wool – trade cloth leather, embroidery fine pair of Hi Top Moccasins

   138.   12” Athabascan Female Doll

   139.   13” Female Indian Doll

   140.   20” x 6” Beaded 2 sided Pipe Bag – fringe and bead and brass area, circa 1980’s

   141.   Colorful Patriotic Man’s Beaded Decorated Vest with eagle and crest on back – circa 1900         

   142.   15” Skookum Male Doll with original box

   143.   15” Skookum Male Doll with original box

   144.   15” Skookum Male Doll with original box

   145.   16” Skookum Male Doll on stand

   146.   16” Skookum Male Doll

   147.   14” Skookum Male Doll

   148.   14” Skookum Female Doll

   149.   15” Skookum Female Doll

   150.   14” Skookum Female Doll

   151.   12” Skookum Female Doll with papoose

   152.   12” Skookum Female Doll with papoose

   153.   12” Skookum Male Doll

   154.   14” Skookum Male Doll

   155.   75” Carved Coup Stick with fetishes and coyote hide trim, plains

   156.   8 Assorted Indian Dolls – largest 9”

   157.   2 Skookum Dolls and 1 parts doll

157a.   2 Skookum Dolls

   158.   2 Skookum Dolls - 1 Plains Hide Doll

   159.   Pair Modern Patriotic Moccasins

   160.   21” x 7” Beaded and Quilled Pipe Bag with fringe – circa 1950-1960

   161.   30” x 30” painting on deer hide Chief Irontail

   162.   (2) 13” Fetish Ancient Lovers

   163.   6” x 6” x 12” Painted Parfleche Box – contemporary

   164.   Box Lot of 8 items: Beaded Collar, Leather Pouch, Victoria Purse, miniature Roach, wood pin, 3 metal badges

   165.   8” x 12” Frame containing 63 Points found by Barry Kouenek near Russell and Pickneyville, Ky.

   166.   12” x 15” Frame containing Gem Points, beads, willow leaf points, Oregon

   167.   12” x 18” Frame containing Gem Points, Bird Points, Drills, Arrow points, largest 2 ½” total 59 points

   168.   Cigar Box containing 4 Gem Stone Bracelets, 3 pendants, strand green beads possibly Chinese in origin

   169.   Cigar Box containing 4 pendants, ivory ring, strand white stone beads and a 3 ½” Stone Bear Figure, Chinese, 3 metal points

   170.   Cigar Box containing 7 Reproduction Points

   171.   5 Bannerstones, Hardstone Gorget, 2 points all are reproductions

   172.   15” Halfted Stone Axe, White man hafted

   173.   18” Tribal African Female Figure Carved Wood

   174.   20” Wood Aztec Warrior God Figure

   175.   19 ½” Oval Wood Bowl

   176.   Book: 1877 Ohio Centennial Report

   177.   13” Carved African Man/Woman Figure Molded from mold

   178.   2” Stone Human Head Effigy Pipe, Ill. Age uncertain

   179.   3 7/8” x 2 7/8” Steatite Effigy Pipe, Cherokee?

   180.   Celt and 4 Points – Hardin Co. Ohio

   181.   12” Carved Leather Wall Pocket

   182.   6” x 12” Lidded Pine Needle and Quilled Lid Container

   183.   9” Skookum Male Doll

   184.   Damaged Black Wedding Jar, Orange Carved Jar, Basket over Bottle container, Oval Lidded Box, Damaged quillwork, 11” Carved Wood Oriental Doll, 2 ¾” Butterfly Bracelet 

   185.   4 Assorted Baskets, 3 are Plaited, one is woven

   186.   15 ½” Pottery Jar with egret decoration

   187.   1 ¾” x 1 ¾” Bust Type Birdstone – Jerry Dickey C.O.A.

   188.   3 ¾” Popeye Birdstone, yellow quartz, Richland Co. Ohio, Perino C.O.A.

   189.   3 3/8” Popeye Birdstone, fantail, Gneiss, Delaware Co. Ohio Perino C.O.A.

   190.   4 ½” Banded Slate Birdstone, Madison Co. Ohio, Perino C.O.A.

   191.   4 ½” Banded Slate Birdstone, Allen Co. Ind. Perino C.O.A.

   192.   3 ¾” Slate Birdstone, Franklin Co. Ohio, Ex. Herb Cline Coll. Perino C.O.A.

   193.   3 ¼” Granite Birdstone, Noble Co. Ohio, Ex. Don Busslot, Bill Morrow Coll.’s Perino C.O.A.

   194.   4 1/8” Hematite Birdstone, Scioto Co. Ohio, Perino C.O.A.

   195.   3 ¾” Quartzite Birdstone, probably Salvaged, Meigs Co. Ohio Perino C.O.A.

   196.   3 5/8” Popeye Birdstone, purchased at Old Barn Auction 7 to 8 years ago (no C.O.A.) Pike Co. Ill. Ex. Hood Coll. Old Barn Catalog page included

   197.   14” Male Skookum Doll

   198.   14” Female Skookum Doll

   199.   16” Female Skookum Doll

   200.   20” Male Skookum Doll

   201.   15” Female Skookum Doll

   202.   16” Male Skookum Doll

   203.   11” Pair of Female & Male Skookum Dolls

   204.   12” Pair of Female & Male Skookum Dolls

   205.   10” Pair Female Skookum Dolls

   206.   11 ½” Male Skookum Doll

   207.   3” Pair Decorated Doll Moccasins, Damaged Navajo Doll, Hide Teepee, small painted Hide Teepee, 3” x 2” Bead Decorated Bag

   208.   10 ¼” Beaded Fringed Tin Cone Apache Awl Bag

   209.   9 ¼” x 6 ¾” Red/White/Blue Infants Beaded Vest

   210.   12” x 13” Bead Decorated Fringed Baby’s Dress – circa 1930- 1940

   211.   11” x 4 ¼” Contemporary Beaded Lizard Fetish

   212.   9 ½” x 6” Contemporary Drawstring Bag, tin cones, fringe

   213.   12” x 1 ¾” Pair Beaded Sioux Garters, Stiff

   214.   2 ½” x 3 ¼” Beaded Watch Bag, 4” x 2 ½” Beaded Knife Sheath with fringe, and bone handled knife

   215.   34” Strand Blue Beads, 43” Strand Cinnabar Beads

   216.   22” Strand Stone Beads, 32” Strand Mixed Trade Beads

   217.   6” x 12” Horn Bonnet, bead, button cloth – Ribbon and Hide Trail with feathers Contemporary

   218.   Pair Cinnamon Bear Hide Gloves, 9” x 14”, Ariz.

   219.   12” x 13” Pottery Bowl, carved Line Decoration, Rough around hole at top, some age nicks to sides, providence unknown

   220.   10” x 20 ¾” Wood – Hide Drum Stand, Cheyenne

   221.   21” x 12” Painted Tin Sign – 2 Sided Chief Paints, better on one side, one side rusty

   222.   18 ½” x 25” Display Case containing a 11” x 18” Beaded Bag with Cowboy Hat and Horseshoe on hide, the other side quilled has handle considerable quill loss to handle and one side, Palins –Brain tanned, circa early 1900

   223.   (2) Items: 15 ½” Plaster Bust (some damage to top feathers) 10 ½” China Plate with Indian Chief

   224.   4” x 6” Beaded Drawstring Bag with fringe, Cheyenne

   225.   4 ½” x 7” Colorful Cheyenne Pouch with fringe, circa 1940- 1950’s

   226.   7” x 5” Victorian Beaded Bag – 1890 – 1900 period

   227.   7” x 5” Beaded Holster fringed, contemporary, Cheyenne

   228.   Pair 6” x 14” Beaded with trade cloth Cuffs – circa 1920’s

   229.   Brown Bear Head Headdress – contemporary

   230.   16” Bead Decorated Cheyenne Female Doll, Nice

   231.   4 ½” Pair Baby’s Fully Beaded Moccasins

   232.   3” Beaded Knife Sheath with Swedish Knife

   233.   12” Beaded Quirt with fringe and hide whips

   234.   32” Beaded Necklace with 3 ½” Concho Pendant, Morris Bells

   235.   4 Beaded Bags

   236.   13 ½” x 16” Pair Bead Decorated Dance Apron, Cherokee (contemporary with fringe)

   237.   12” x 12” Leather Child’s Vest, Civil War Era, nicely done

   238.   36” x 2 ½” Lady of the Evening Money Belt – missing one tab – circa 1920

   239.   2 ½” x 2 ½” Beaded 2 Sides Apache Watch Bag

   240.   2 ¼” x 3” Beaded Apache Mini Bag

   241.   3 ¾” x 8 ½” Beaded Tobacco Bag with fringe, contemporary

   242.   6” Hide Awl Case with bone awl, 1” x 12” beaded strip, 5” Fully Beaded Zipper Bag, 5” Beaded Knife Sheath with knife

   243.   14” x 10” Hide Bead Decorated Plains Lodge, circa 1900’s with C.O.A.

   244.   2 Pair Bead Decorated Moccasins, High Plains, Cheyenne

   245.   5” x 10” Bead Decorated Possible Bag, 10 ½” overall Catlinite Pipe and Stem

   246.   10 ½” pair 1930’s Beaded Moccasins, 8 ½” Beaded Knife Sheath (Plains)

   247.   3 ½” x 6 ½” Plains Beaded Bag, 6” x 7” Apache Drawstring Beaded 2 Sided Bag

   248.   4 ½” x 2” Persian Stryker with Coral-Turq. Insets – circa 1750, 4” Metal Awl, Early Sugar Devil?

   249.   11” Bone Handle Knife, 16” Bone Knife with wood handle

   250.   46” Strand White Dutch Trade Beads, 30” Strand Multi Colored Trade Beads, (2) 18” Strands Beads

   251.   35” Buffalo Tooth Fetish Necklace, Sioux

   252.   25” Green Trade Bead Necklace with 6” Cross with 3 Najas signed Montreal German Silver Trade Pendant (contemporary)

   253.   4 ½” x 4 ½” Beaded Fringed Pouch – 1940-1950

   254.   (2) Beaded 2 Sided Apache Pouches, both 3 ½” x 4”

   255.   15 ¾” Wood Handle Knife with wood sleeve sheath

   256.   21 ½” Tack Decorated Wood Stem with wood carved décor and a 9” Cast Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk

   257.   19 5/8” Tack Decorated Wood Pipe Stem with 6 ¾” Cast Pipe Tomahawk

   258.   16” Leather Covered Wood Handle with fine Early 1900’s Hawk, Rare!!!

   259.   23 ½” Early Tack Decorated Wood Handle with a 9” Cut Heart Hawk Head with lots of patina

   260.   21” x 6 ¼” Large Horn Cannon Powder Charger, at one time was hide covered, original leather straps, circa 1700’s, Rare!!!

   261.   8 ½” x 3 ½” Unusual Powder Flask

   262.   19” x 7” Crow Bead Decorated Childs Cradle Board with morris bells, doll and beaded fetish, circa early 1900’s 

   263.   9” x 3 ¼” Beaded Patriotic Sioux Childs Cradle Board with doll – Flags (Rare!!!)

   264.   Rare 4” x 10” Embossed Silver – Iron Horse Bit

   265.   5” x 6 ¼” Zinc Shelf Clock Ornament, 3 ¼” x 3” Gutta Percha Case with man’s tin type

   266.   Leather Powder Flask and a 8 ½” Fluted Brass Powder Flask and a 6” Bone Handle Lady’s Corset Knife

   267.   7 ½” Beaded Awl Case – circa 1890’s

   268.   23” Strand Chevron – Mixed Trade Beads in frame

   269.   (3) 11” x 14” WWI Prints

   270.   12” x 18” Frame containing 8 ¾” x 3 ¼” Fringed Bead Decorated High Plains Pipe Bag with carved steatite elbow pipe and wood stem

   271.   Beaded High Plains Medicine Bag, Linen Trade Cloth 7” x 14” beaded on both sides

   272.   20” x 7” Wood Framed Cloth Shell Beaded Childs Cradleboard, some bead loss and some damage to cloth but early example of this style of cradleboard, circa 1885-1890

   273.   42” x 12” Wood Framed Hide-Fringed Brass Tack Decorated Plains Cradleboard (contemporary)

   274.   14 ½” x 9” x 3 ½” Mexican Oval Serving Bowl

   275.   6 Assorted Pieces Mexican Pottery

   276.   2 Pcs. South West Polychrome Pottery Vessels, some roughness – damage & 2 Mexican Pottery Vessels, largest 7 x 9

   277.   2 Caddo Pottery Vessels, largest 5” x 6” smaller piece broken & glued

   278.   8 ½” x 13” Polychrome Mexican Water Bottle

   279.   12” x 6 ½” Polychrome Mexican Water Bottle – chip on base

   280.   7 ½” x 13 ¾” Handled Lidded Mission Style Polychrome Basket, Calif.

   281.   17” x 11 ¼” Sioux Pine Needle Lidded Basket with handle – has some damage

   282.   11 ½” x 16 ¾” Contemporary Apache Basket

   283.   20” x 13” Cherokee gathering Basket, misshapen, minor damage to bottom

   284.   9” x 13” Beaded 2 Sided Fringed Apache Bag

   285.   4” x 18” Beaded Sioux Necklace

   286.   Pair 8” x 11” Sioux Possible Bags –circa early 1900’s

   287.   13” Salt & Pepper Beaded Stone Head Child’s Club

   288.   8” x 14” Frame containing 9” Beaded Knife Sheath with drop & knife

   289.   15 ½” Carved Wood Spoon, Indian made

   290.   6 x 8 Frame with Seminole War 1817-1825 Battle Field Artifacts, damaged pipestone – catlinite pipe, hide pouch with shell 3” x 3 ½” heart beaded whimsy

   291.   5 ½” x 3 ¾” Black on Black Turtle Effigy Pot – signed

   292.   7” x 5” Caddo Jar – broken & glued, incised

   293.   9 ¾” x 5” Circular Hide Drum, circa 1940’s

   294.   2 Pc. Burl Wood Carved Pipe and bowl

   295.   Sail Boat, Beaded Flag, 3 Buffalo Horn Awls

   296.   5 ½” x 8” Crow Beaded Fringed Bag – circa 1930’s

   297.   4” x 6” Beaded Fringed Bag – circa 1950-60

   298.   50” x 2” Beaded neck Drop, circa 1950’s

   299.   10” Pair Beaded Floral Moccasins

   300.   9 ½” Pair Cheyenne Moccasins

   301.   9” Pair Arapaho Moccasins

   302.   8” x 14” Navajo Weaving Display with doll

   303.   16” x 10” Wood Mexican Saddle

   304.   Ponca Medicine Carved Headdress with bear claw necklace display

   305.   6 ½” x 3 ¼” Reproduction Barbed Axe, 7” x 2 ¾” Reproduction Axe

   306.   2 Reproduction Points

   307.   6 ½” x 2 ¼” Polished Celt – age uncertain

   308.   3 Reproduction Points

   309.   8’ Lance Sioux Style (contemporary)

309a.   2 Pc. Lot 39” x 17” x 10” Wicker Cradle and a 29” x 14” Wood Ojibwa Cradle Board, swaddling blanket rawhide attachments, black floral beadwork Velvet baby covering, all original, circa 1905-1910

   310.   14” x 4” Apache Tray, excellent condition, strong black checker board design circa 1910, Fine

   311.   Large 11 ¾” Hopi Wicker Tray, Rare Design Thunderbird design, excellent condition, circa 1920, Nice!

   312.   26” x 42” 5 Colors Very rare Germantown Navajo Childs Blanket, complicated zig zag border design, no fading or moth damage, no bleeding or holes, Sale Highlite!

   313.   2 ½” Cheyenne Beaded Ball, Beautiful condition

   314.   9” x 8” Santo Domingo Olla with Bird Polychrome –Fine, solid

   315.   8 ¼” x 4 ½” Santo Domingo Bowl – Floral Polychrome, Fine, Solid

   316.   7” x 3 ½” Anasazi Bowl, inside crack Black on white, some restoration to rim

   317.   2 Papago Basketry Bowls, largest 8 ½” x 4”

   318.   3” x 8” Hopi Tsitoto Carved Polychrome Wood Katsina

   319.   2 Pre Columbian Pottery Vessels – both 4” x 3” – chips on one

   320.   3 Pre Columbian Pottery Effigy Whistles, The Tail in the lizard whistle has been reglued, 3 ¾” long to 4 ¼” long

   321.   Lot consisting of 5 Bolo Ties with gem stones slides

   322.   6” x 6 ½” Kai-Sz Illustration Zuni Artist, in mat

   323.   Lot consisting of 15 Pre Columbian Effigy Fragments from Mexico, Guatemala, Ecuador

   324.   20” x 2 ¾” Polychrome Wood Hopi Dance Stick

   325.   Santo Domingo Vase 4 ½” x 8” Polychrome Floral – Nice!

   326.   2 Items: 3 ¾” x 2 ½” Orange & White Shipibo Bowl and a 5 ½” x 3” Bowl, Shipibo Polychrome with cracks, reglued

   327.   Thin 4 ¼” x 3 ½” Polychrome Acoma Bowl with Sityatki Bird Design, Nice

   328.   4 ½” x 4” Laguna/Acoma Handled Polychrome Jar, Nice

   329.   32” x 53” Old Mixtec Serape, has repairs, Oaxaca, Mexico

   330.   48” x 66” Navajo Klagetoh Rug

   331.   30” x 66” Contemporary Mayan Weaving

   332.   3 Pc. Set Mexican Decorated Pottery Bowls, largest 2 ¾” x 10”

   333.   2 Large Mexican Bowls, largest 12” x 3 ¾” (Nice Set)

   334.   11” x 6” Lidded Mexican Chili Serving Bowl, Nice

   335.   12” x 1 ¾” 8 Pc. Chip Serving Bowl Set, Mexican

   336.   2 Mexican Serving Bowls, largest 9” x 11” x 3 ¼”

   337.   29 Pc. Mexican Dish – Serving Set, Mexico

   338.   3 Framed Indian Prints – circa 1900 (2) 8 x 10 & (1) 10” x 12 ½”

338a.   4 Frame Indian Prints – circa 1910-1930, (3) 11 x 14, (1) 9 ½” x 12”

   339.   16” Birchbark Canoe, 8 ½” x 10 ½” Oval Frame with Indian Maiden, 7” Pair Bead Decorated Childs Moccasins, 2 Tablets, Ink Blotter

   340.   9” x 12 ½” Plaster Indian Plaque, 7 ½” Pair Bead Decorated Childs Moccasins, 8 ¾” Pair Deerskin Childs Moccasins

   341.   6” Beaded Lizard Fetish – circa 1940’s, 8 ½” Pair Bead Decorated Childs Moccasins, circa 1940’s, bead decorated drawstring bag, circa 1960’s, stone and claw necklace, 8” oval Pine Needle Tray

   342.   7” x 5 ½” x 5” Navajo Rug Weaving Display with doll

   343.   5 x 8 Frame with bone spoon, bone knife, Pre Columbian Cusco, Peru

   344.   22” Wood Bead Decorated Fringed Wood Handle with 4 ½” x 8” Cut Claw Iron Tomahawk, Contemporary

   345.   5 x 6 Frame with Repro Sedalia Point, 3 Beads, 4 eccentrics, 3 x 4 Frame with 2 Bird Points

   346.   1 ½” x 4” Bead Decorated Cheyenne Top Pipe Bag, 9 ½” Cloth Medicine Doll, 2” x 3 ½” Cheyenne Beaded Pouch, 2 x 4 Apache Medicine Pouch

   347.   10” Beaded Kiowa Awl Case with metal awl with fringe

   348.   27” Carved Wood Eagle with Snake Wand

   349.   44” Crow Beaded Belt

   350.   8” x 21” x 8 ½” Apache Cradle Board – circa 1930’s

   351.   Frame containing 3 Wood Handle Handmade Knives, nice lot

   352.   Frame containing 2 Celluloid Items: Pair Tweezers, Mirror – highly collectable

   353.   16 ½” Catlinite Pipe Tomahawk – Ex. Jeremy Wells Collection in frame

   354.   5 ½” x 14” Pair Wild West Show Bead Decorated Gauntlets – circa 1920

   355.   23” Birch Bark Canoe, damage prow

   356.   27 ½” Hide Animal Whip

   357.   22” Wood/Bone Handle Hide Quirt

   358.   22” Wood Handle Halfted 11 ½” x 3” Hand Forged Club Head

   359.   2” x 2 ½” Alum. Woman’s Traveling Spittoon, 2 Metal Heart Belt Buckles, 5 Postcards, 2 Indian Photos, Seminole Indian Doll Indian Grinding Corn Display, Mexican Bowl

   360.   8” x 5 ½” Crow Bead Decorated Hide Pouch with fringe, one side decorated with fringe

   361.   16” Halfted Wood Tool

   362.   17” Wood Carved Dipper – circa 1850

   363.   7” x 17 ½” Carved Cherokee Wood Scoop

   364.   4” x 9” rare Rawhide Drum made from Wagon Wheel Hub

   365.   19” Wood Handle with 9” Spike Tomahawk (Old)

   366.   17” Wood Stem with 7 ¾” Engraved Brass Pipe Tomahawk (age uncertain)

   367.   4 Items: Wood Stirrer, Crooked Knife, Wood Handle Knife, Wood Handle Metal Awl

   368.   3 Papago Baskets, largest 9” x 4 ¼”

   369.   12” Pair Cherokee Male/Female Dolls

   370.   3 Wood Ladles, largest 9 ½” x 5 ½”

   371.   12 ½” Wood Handle with 6 ½” Squaw Axe

   372.   2 Wood Paddles, wood handle awl

   373.   12 ½” Painted Sheath, Crow, with wood handle knife, Seated Indian Doll Ashtray

   374.   17” Wood Handle 4 ½” x 5” Iron Civil War Axe

   375.   6 ½” x 3” Lidded Basket, 4 x 5 Basket Bowl, 4 ½” x 4 ½” Handled Anasazi Pottery Bowl, scratches to bottom, 6” damaged Pottery Bowl

   376.   6” x 4 ¼” Steatite Man’s Head on Duck Body Reproduction Great Pipe – circa 1930’s

   377.   20” Strand Crinold Beads, Ky.

   378.   10” Pair Man’s Beaded Moccasins, circa 1940-1950

   379.   9 ¼” Pair Cheyenne Womans Pow wow Moccasins

   380.   14” Beaded Knife Sheath with wood handle knife – contemporary

   381.   9 ½” x 4 ½” Lidded Basket – some bead loss

   382.   12” x 4” Hopi Basketry Bowl

   383.   14” x 5” Peruvian Figural Basket Bowl – few places with stitch loss

   384.   4 Pc. Set Mexican Pottery Bowls

   385.   2 Pc. Set Mexican Pottery Bowls

   386.   Lot consisting of Moose Call, Teepee Display Basket, Tambourine

   387.   10 ¼” Pair Beaded Cheyenne Moccasins

   388.   11” Pair Sioux Colorful Moccasins, some bead loss  

   389.   8 ¼” Pair Crow Bead Decorated Childs Moccasins, Nice

   390.   9 ½” Papoose Indian Doll with stand, Skookum

   391.   5” x 6” Wasco Sally Bag

   392.   11” Wall Plaque Indian Portrait, 6” Pair Childs Moccasins, 3 ½” Childs Cradleboard, 4” Skookum Doll, 5” Skookum Doll

   393.   3 Skookum Dolls, one has stand

   394.   8 Assorted Baskets, some Indian mostly Foreign

   395.   Set of 4 Mexican Bowls

   396.   Set of 3 Mexican Bowls

   397.   3 Assorted Baskets, Painted Stirring Stick, Cree Made Birch Bark Canoe, Paint Decorated, nice lot

   398.   Pair Contemporary Apache Burden Baskets, largest 7 ¼” x 10”

   399.   2 Contemporary Painted Hide Drums, largest 8” x 3 ½”

   400.   10” x 9 ¾” Hide Drum, circa 1920

400a.   Pottery Vase Indian Portrait marked Owens – glazed with two under glaze bubbles

400b.   Colored Print Framed Iroquois Brave

400c.   Wood Handled Pipe Tomahawk

400d.   2 Pottery Pigs, Milk Glass Vase and misc. items

400e.   6 Pottery Bowls

400f.   Contemporary Buffalo Pipe, Yelloware Vase, Stone Effigy

   401.   Pair Size 6 Roy Rogers Eagle Boots

   402.   Book: Paperback Mystic Warriors of the Plains by Malls, 8” Tambourine Buffalo Bills Wild West Cowboy Band, Contemporary

   403.   21” x 32” Painted Deer hide Banner, Indian – Eagle

   404.   15” x 17” Matted Print, Indian Chant

   405.   Ladies Fringe Hide Jacket – small size

   406.   26” x 11” Apache Cradle Board 1950-1960’s

   407.   Cheyenne Beaded Vest Fringed, circa 1940’s, Nice!

   408.   Ladies White Deer Skin Fringed Ribbon Decorated Ute Dress

   409.   Small Tanned Calf Hide

   410.   Pair 26” x 14” Bead Decorated Leggings, old, nice

   411.   Top Hat with Masonic Cross Décor and Plume

   412.   Beautifully Made Sioux Mans Vest Fully Beaded

   413.   Pair Anderson Beak Thunderbird Mans Boots

   414.   Pair Ladies Boots

   415.   Pair Small Childs Black Boots

   416.   Ladies Beaded Deer Hide Dress – Finely made, Fringed, circa 1940-1950’s

   417.   20” Ute Bead Decorated Papoose Cradle

   418.   24” x 40” Custom Made Display Frame containing a Beautiful Floral Beaded Shoulder Bag with beaded fringe drops, circa 1910

   419.   21” x 26” Finely Made Cheyenne River Reed Gathering Basket

   420.   2 Baskets, one is plaited, the other is splint

   421.   19” x 21” Rare Photograph Framed Hopi Dance Ceremony

   422.   27 ½” x 14” Framed Print Indians at Riverside

   423.   15” x 25 ½” Framed Oil on Canvas Painting of Indians and Village

   424.   21” Oval Framed End of the Trail Print – circa 1910

   425.   19” x 24” Framed Buffalo Hunt Print – nice frame

   426.   2 Framed Prints, 9 ¾” x 12 ¼”, 13” x 15”

   427.   18” x 24” Display Frame with 1890’s Collar and Kissing Otters Metal Pendant

   428.   18” x 24” Display Frame containing Pair of 7” x 20” Bead Decorated Hide Sioux Leggings 1890’s

   429.   13” x 6” Wood Scoop, 19 ½” Wood Spoon, damage to lip, small hide drawstring bag

   430.   14” x 9” Hide Drum

   431.   13” Oval 1850’s Frame with 1880’s Print of Indian on Horse back

   432.   36” Apache Bead Decorated Cradle Board – circa 1950-1960’s

   433.   30” Apache Cradle Board – circa 1870’s

   434.   Isleta Polychrome Pottery Pipe in frame

   435.   14” x 9 ¾” Pair Hide Mittens

   436.   Pair Black Bear Hide Gloves

   437.   7 ½” x 9” Etched Decorated Caddo Redware Pot, Avery, Arkansas

   438.   24” Concho Belt, 12 Sleigh Bells on leather 2” x 2 ½” ladies Spittoon, 6” x 6” Seminole Purse

   439.   2 Pair Childrens Moccasins

   440.   8” Pair Arapaho Ladies Moccasins, 9 ½” Pair Arapaho Moccasins, 10” Pair Kiowa Boys Moccasins 

   441.   7 ½” x 6 ½” Lidded Mexican Bead Pottery Jar

   442.   4 Pc. Pottery Mexican Trays

   443.   11” x 16” Pair Bear Hide Gloves

   444.   7” x 9 ½” Painted Hide Drum – circa 1940’s with beater

   445.   Pair 9” Fringed Hide Grass Dancer’s Ankle Cuffs – Cherokee made

   446.   13” Hair Pipe Bone Beads, silver, Trade Bead Necklace

   447.   36” Strand Lewis – Clark Trade Beads – 8” strand Pearl Beads

   448.   5” x 6” Crow Fringed Beaded Medicine Bag

   449.   Buffalo Bone Digging Tool. North Dakota

   450.   16 ½” Pipe Stem with 5” Catlinite Pipe – old

   451.   29” Wood Handle with 7 ½” x 3 ½” Decorated Iron Hawk, Unusual style

   452.   14” Halfted Stone Club, Decorated handle

   453.   9 ½” Wood Stemmed Pottery Bowl Pipe

   454.   Relic Iron Hoe, Relic Double Bitted Axe Head, Relic Trident Fish Spear, 9” Powder Horn, 6 ½” Hide Pouch, stiff

   455.   Rare 17” Wood Handle Surgeon’s Saw, Civil War Era

   456.   9” Pair Bead Decorated Cheyenne 1950’s Moccasins

   457.   11” Beaded Awl Case, Sioux?

   458.   40” x 4” Iroquois Embroidered Sash, circa 1820-1840         

   459.   18” x 3 ½” Bead Decorated Head Band, Pair Japan Dolls in original box

   460.   7” x 8 ½” Apache Water Bottle – Basket

   461.   4 Navajo Dolls

   462.   2 Indian Dolls, Beaded Watch Band, Beaded Drawstring Bag

   463.   Beaded Belt Buckle, Bone Beaded Necklace & Indian Bag

   464.   10” Beaded Knife Sheath – 10” carved Painted Wood Handle Knife (1940-1950)

   465.   5 ½” x 11” Fringed Beaded Apache Mirror bag with morris bells

   466.   6” x 7 ½” Framed Iroquois Beaded Whimsey Bag

   467.   60” Wood Carved Cherokee made Folk Art Walking Stick

   468.   19” x 35” Framed Indians on Horseback Print

   469.   16 ½” x 21” Framed Indian Print, 13” x 15” War Bonnet Print by Couse Framed

   470.   Large Beaded Vest, Framed in window sash with moose and butterfly

   471.   Old 1910-1920 Print Framed in oak frame 26” x 38”

   472.   Budweiser Cardboard Framed Ad with Stage Coach Scene – frame rough

   473.   24” x 31” Oil on Canvas Framed painting of Child Warrior – nicely framed

   474.   13” x 19” Yei Wall Hanging Navajo

   475.   8” x 8” Crow Bead Decorated Mirror Case with drops, circa 1940-1950

   476.   2 Assorted Non Indian Basket Bowls, largest 4 x 16

   477.   6 5/8” x 3” Polychrome Anasazi Bowl, broken & glued, repainted McDonald with Hammond C.O.A.

   478.   5 x 11 Bidahochi Dipper, Jeff Hammond C.O.A.

   479.   5” x 7 ½” Anasazi Bowl, small crack, rim chips, Ex. Green Coll.

   480.   4” x 5 ½” Pueblo Pot – cracked, polychrome, 6” x 4 5/8” Redware Olla, rim chips

   481.   9” x 29” Fringed Leggings, Deer hide – Contemporary (pair)

   482.   Early Pair Sioux Fringed Beaded Man’s Leggings – Sale Highlite!

   483.   5” x 2 5/8” Finely woven Zig Zag Decorated Basket Bowl

   484.   9 ¼” x 2 ½” Rattlesnake design with animals Southwest Basketry Bowl

   485.   Plains War Bonnet with trail, contemporary made Pow wow Celebration Style

   486.   12” x 18” Frame with 49 Colorful Flints, Points, Drills

   487.   12” x 18” Frame with 31 Flints Common Points, Knives, Drills

   488.   12” x 18” Frame with 11 Reproduction Points

   489.   10 Reproduction Points 12” x 18” frame

   490.   12” x 18” Frame with 16 Reproduction Points

   491.   Lot consisting of 22” Strand Cobalt Blue Trade Beads

   492.   3 ½” Childs Plains Stone Club Head, stone paint pot, Pottery Pipe

   493.   Birdstone, Bannerstone, Amulet, Gorget – all reproductions

   494.   3 Stone Axes – age uncertain

   495.   2 Celts, 2 Cones, Bead – age uncertain

   496.   20” Strand Trade Beads

   497.   3 Authentic Knives newly halfted, longest 8”

   498.   4 ½” Flint Hoe, 4” Grooved Hammerstone, 3 ¾” Grooved Plummet, 3 Bone Awls

   499.   8 Flint & Stone Tools

   500.   5 7/8” x 2 ¼” Hardstone Celt, Baker C.O.A.

   501.   12” x 16” Frame with 16 reproduction points

   502.   Lot consisting of Stone Pick Bannerstone, Slate pendant, Steatite Owl Ornament, Stone Effigy – all reproductions

   503.   3 Stone Celts, Discoidal, Small Axe, Unusual Stone Celt shaped object, all reproductions

   504.   21” x 29” Display Frame with common flint points, reproduction bone pipe and axe

   505.   21” x 29” Display Frame with Flint Points, some good, some rechips

   506.   5” x 10 ¾” Shell Tempered Star Burst Pottery Bowl, Miss. Ill. 1200- 1400 AD Solid

   507.   8” x 3 ½” Caddo Pottery Bowl, cracked, glued, hole, 1200-1400 years old

   508.   5” x 12” Large Pottery Bowl – marked Sioux, South Dakota

   509.   10” Pair Moccasins Bead Decorated – circa 1950’s, tag reads Corn People

   510.   10” Bead Strip, Brain Tanned Moccasins, circa 1900

   511.   10” Floral Beaded Pair Man’s Woodland Moccasins – circa 1900-1910

   512.   60” x 75” Colorful Wool Striped Trade Cloth – Nice

   513.   68” x 60” Old Navajo Weaving, Rollin Logs Design, cross design some small holes, otherwise nice

   514.   34” x 54” Navajo Rug – some bleeding Red/White/Brown/Black

   515.   31” x 47” Tec Nos Pas Navajo Rug, very good condition

   516.   36” x56” Navajo Double Saddle Blanket, very good condition

   517.   30” x 59” Navajo Double Saddle Blanket, very good condition

   518.   27” x 41 ½” Navajo Rug, fine condition, Selma Jodie

   519.   16” x 24” Storm Pattern Navajo Rug, Helen Charley Weaver, Fine

   520.   52” x 37” Fine Striped Orange/Black/White/Grey Navajo Rug

   521.   28” x 40” Bird Design Rug

   522.   15” x 33” Yei Rug

   523.   29” x 58” Mexican Rug

   524.   28” x 60” Navajo 20th Century Yei Rug &44” x 60” Wool 1930’s Blanket

   525.   4 Point Hudson Bay Trade Blanket

   526.   Golden Point Hudson Bay Point Blanket, England 4 Point

   527.   60” x 64” Blue Camp Blanket

   528.   Red/Black Trade Blanket

   529.   Red/Black Trade Blanket

   530.   2 Glass Portrait Vases, Indian Chiefs – largest 7 ½”

   531.   3 BAE Reports – 1st, Seventh, and 13th Annual Various Binding Conditions, nice reference material

   532.   Book- Who’s Who #3 signed, Parks, 1st Ed. 1972

   533.   Book- Who’s Who #4 1st Edition 1976

   534.   15” x 22” Framed Oil on Canvas Deer in woods, signed, frame has damage - Ex. Jan Sorgenfrei Collection

   535.   22” x 26 ½” Oil on Canvas, Young Girl looking at painting, unframed – circa 1875 – 1900 era - Ex. Jan Sorgenfrei Collection

   536.   29” Polychrome Painted and carved Spiral Design Wood Pipe Stem with long beaked birds head on each side, nice old stem

   537.   11” long without drop Beaded Knife Sheath, Brain Tanned, Tin Cones, sinew sewn has wood handled knife wrapped in rawhide

   538.   Lot consisting of 5 Old Frontier Knives, 2 Trade Knives stamped on blade Worth & Sons, Sheffield England, other Eagle Works, Shearsteel, 2 Hand Forged Knives, one antler hilt side knife (has rust)

   539.   4” x 4 ½” Flint Hoe, Jackson Co. Ohio

   540.   8” Carved Wolf Steatite Pipe, age uncertain

   541.   1 ¾” x 7 5/8” Carved Bird Great Pipe, highly polished reproduction

   542.   4” x 9 ½” Highly Polished Duck Pipe or Great Pipe, age uncertain

   543.   9” x 4 ¾” Porphoritic ¾ Groove Axe, age uncertain, polished 

   544.   Book: The Archaic Bannerstone, David Lutz, 2000, Mint

   545.   Book: Ohio Archaeology Bradley Lepper, 2005, mint

   546.   Book: Paperback, Ancient Monuments, Mississippi Valley

   547.   2 Book: Paperback, Ohio Fossils by LaRoche, Marley, 1990, Mint & A View from the Core, Pachaco, 1996, Mint

   548.   Book: Paperback Cultures Before Contact, Geinheimer, 2000, mint







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