Museum Quality Native American Artifacts :  Part I

Museum Quality Native American Artifacts : Part I

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Fantastic museum quality Native American Artifact collection. Arrow points span from the Archaic and Paleo periods to the Woodland and Mississippian periods. Points are of assorted origins and grades, most with authentications. This auction includes Clovis points, bannerstones, calf creek, turkey tail points, Gunther, Dovetail, Dalton, Haskell, Hornstone, Toyah, trade beads, axe heads and so much more!

This is a massive one owner private Native American Artifact Collection. The entire collection has been sent in to multiple sources over the years for authentication and grading. We have pictured the authentication and grading certificate with the items. This is part one of two sales. Part I will be a no reserve sale and everything will be sold to the highest bidder. Part II will have a handful of reserves on special items, however, the reserves will be set very low and everything will certainly sell.
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Massive one owner private Native American Artifact Collection. The entire collection has been sent in to multiple sources over the years for authentication and grading. W...moree have pictured the authentication and grading certificate with the item. This is part I of two sales. Part I will be a no reserve sale and everything will be sold to the highest bidder. Part II will have a handful of reserves on special items, however, the reserves will be set very low and everything will certainly sell.

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Columbia Plateau Point

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Material: Translucent, gray & black, agate. Reported Origin: Found along the Columbia River in Oregon. Length: 1-1/8". Width: 5/8". Grade: 9+. This is a very small, paper...more thin, triangular point that has a needle sharp tip with bullet straight blade edges. Barbs are sharp & expand downward near the baseline. The stem is squared with parallel sides. The once straight basal edge is now convoluted due to ancient us-wear. Well crafted with a nice, naturally aged patina. Correct ghosting veil and surface gloss. Good sorption of mineraAls & authigenic accumulations noted. Authenticated by Butler.

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Clovis Point- Early Paleo (12,000-10,600 B.P.)

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Material: Tannish brown, Dover Chert. Reported Origin: Union County, Indiana. Length: 3-15/16". Width: 1-5/16". Grade: 9. This is a medium size, lanceolate point that has...more convex blade edges that become parallel sided as they approach the stem. The basal edge is concave & haft is well ground. Nice, naturally aged patina with good sorved deposits, authigenic accumulations. Authenticated by Butler.

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Clovis Point- Early Paleo (11,500-10,600 B.P.)

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Material: Creamy Burlington Chert. Origin: Reportedly; Found in the Iowa region. Length: 3-3/8". Width: 1-1/4". Grade: 9. This is a medium size lanceolate point that has ...moreconvex blade edges that transistion into a drooping basal auricles. The basal edge is concave & the haft is nicely ground. Good sorbed deposits with authigenic accumulations & a nice, naturally aged patina noted. Authenticated by Butler.

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Hopi Dance Blade

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Material: Black Obsidian. Length: 10- 3/16". Width: 2-1/4". Grade: Museum. This is a large, triangular blade that has straight, lateral blade edges that terminate in stro...moreng, well crafted, side notches. The stem is expanding & rectangular with parallel sides & a concave basal edge. Correct patina for age. Good hinge staining & authigenic accumulations. Known to be hafted into a double pointed spear & carried in ceremonial dances that included "The Deer Dance" which was supposed to bring good luck in their hunts. Authenticated by Butler.

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Clovis Point-Early Paleo (12,000-10,600 B.P.)

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Material: Tan & gray striped with partial red bulls eye, Petrified Wood. Reported Origin: Meigs County, Tennessee. Length: 3-9/16". Width: 1-1/16". Grade: 8. This is a me...moredium size lanceolate point that has convex, lateral blade edges that transition into small, drooping, basal auricles. The baase is concave & the haft is ground. Nice, natural patina with good sorbed deposits & authigenic accumulations. Authenticated by Butler.

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Wealth Blade- Developmental ot Present

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Two authentications: The first authentication is by Butler as follows: 1,200 B.P. to Present. Material: Burned, black, Obsidian. Origin: Reportedly; Near Humboldt Cty, Ca...morelifornia. Length: 6-9/16". Width: 1-1/16". Grade: 10+ Museum. This is a large, long, narrow, knife form that is well made, having long, slightly convoluted, blade edges, a sharp tip & a well rounded butt end. Heavy resharpening has reduced the length & width of this blade or hand knife by a third. Classic edge work for type. Excellent, heavy coat of ash based deposits with other authigenic accumulations observed. Reported to have been found at a dig site near Humboldt County, California not far from Gunther Island. All items fourd in the dig had been burned, whether thiswas a sacrificial or ceremonial is not known to me. The second authentication is by Baker as follows. Item: Cascade Knife. Origin: Oregon. Material: Obsidian. Length: 5-1/4". Width: 1-1/8". Grade: 10. This artifact is suggested to date from the "Early Archaic" Period. The workmanship is consistent with ancient techniques and there is good overall patination and mineralization compatible with an artifact of this age.

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Dalton (Variant)- Early Archaic

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(10,000-9,200 B.P.). Material: Two tone, gray Cobble chert. Origin: Reportedly; The Arkansas region. Length: 3-1/8". Width: 7/8". Grade: 8. This is a Dalton variant, like...morely Greenbrier type. This is a medium size point that has heavily serrated, convex blade edges which transistion into drooping basal auricles that flare down & away. The basal edge is concave shape & the haft is nicely ground. Good over-all use wear, hinge color, blade sheen and authigenic accumulations observed. Authenticated by Butler.

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3/4"- 1-1/2" Native American Bird Points

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Lot of 6. Exquisite condition. In velvet lined oak case. As pictured....more

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Sequoyahs - Lot of 7

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Origin: Texas. Material: Chert. Various sizes. Grade: 9. This artifact is suggested to date from the "Mississippian" period. The workmanship is consistent with ancient te...morechniques, and there is good overall patination and mineralization compatible with an artifact of the age.

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Desert Sierra- A Desert Series Variant

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Classic to Historic Phase (700-200 B.P.) Material: Mahogany & black striped Obsidian with transparencies. Origin: Reported origin in Lane County, Oregon. Length: 1-1/4". ...moreWidth: 5/8". Grade 7. This is a small, thin, triangular point that has straight lateral blade edges with side-notches located high up on the blade edges. Long, expanding, triangular, basal ears, or auricles are formed by a central basal notch. Good authigenic accumulations are observed. This is one of several variants within the "Desert Side Notch Cluster". Authenticated by Butler.

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Columbia Plateau & Garza Point- Lot of 4

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Columbia Plateau, 1500-1800 A. D., Oregon, Translucent Agate, Grade: 9, Length: 1-3/16", Width: 13/16". Columbia Plateau, 1500-1800 A. D., Oregon, Translucent Agate, Gra...morede: 9, Length: 1-15/16", Width: 1-1/16". Columbia Plateau, 1500-1800 A. D., Oregon, White Translucent Agate, Grade: 9, Length: 1-7/8", Width: 13/16". Garza Point, 1500-1800 A. D., Oregon, Edwards Chert, Grade: 9, Length: 1-3/16", Width: 9/16". Authenticated by Caddo Trading Co. Museum file cards pictured.

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Vintage Pipe Tomahawk Trade Axe

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Reportedly from Southern Ohio Collection. Length is 7-3/4" and a blade width of 2-5/8". Handle is believed to be replaced....more

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Perdiz- Mississippian (1,000-500 B.P.)

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Material: Glossy, heat treated, Chert. Origin: Reportedly; The Texas region. Likely northeastern Texas. Length: 1-1/4". Width: 7/8". Grade: 10. This is a small, ultra thi...moren, triangular point that has straight to very slightly incurvate blade edges that transition into long, base length, flaring barbs. The stem is contracting and pointed. Good accumulations with correct aging and a nice naturally aged patina noted.

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Pipe Tomahawk Head

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Measures 7 inches in length with a blade width of 2-1/8"....more

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Cobalt 6-Layer Flat End Oval Beads

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48 beads. 8mmx5mm, 1800's....more

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New York Iroquois Trade Beads

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Cobalt Blue Glass Necklace. 22 inches. 1800's....more

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Early Fur Trade Beads

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New York State. 31 inches long. 500 white beads....more

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Clovis Point- Early Paleo (12,000-10,600 B.P.)

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Material: Tan Chert. Origin: Reportedly; Grant County, Wisconsin. Length: 3-5/16". Width: 1-7/16". Grade: 10. This is a medium to large size, lanceolate point that has co...morenvex, lateral edges & concave basal edge. The haft is well ground. Good accumulations with a nice naturally aged patina.

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Clovis Point- Early Paleo

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Two authentications. First authentication, by Butler as follows: (11,500-10,600 B.P.). Material: Mottled grayish, blue & light gray, Upper Mercer Chert. Origin: Reportedl...morey; Trumbull County Ohio. Length: 4-1/16". Width: 1-7/16". Grade: 8. This is a large size lanceolate point that has broad shoulders & convex, lateral blade edges that constrict into a parallel sided haft. Stem sides transition into drooping basal auricles that create a deep basal edge. The haft is well ground. Good sorbed deposits & Authigenic accumulations. Good use wear with a nice naturally aged patina observed. Authentication by Insight provides the measurement 4"x 1-7/16" x 7/16".

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Obsidian McLeod Bangle from Oregon

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Origin: Oregon. Material: Obsidian. Length: 2-1/8". Width: 7/16". Grade: 10. This artifact is suggested to date from the "Classic to Historic" Period. The workmanship is ...moreconsistent with ancient techniques and there is a good overall patination and mineralization compatible with an artifact of this age. Authenticated by Baker.

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Alabama/Georgia Bolen Plain Clay Point

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Material: Tan, Coastal chert. Origin: Reported origin is in the Georgia/ Alabama region. Length: 2-1/2". Width: 1-5/16". Grade:8. This is a medium size point that has rec...moreuved, lateral blade edges with asymmetrical barbs or shoulder tangs. (One tang is squared & one is rounded to drooping). Deep corner notches form an expanding stem that has rounded ears & a straight basal edge. Good sorbed deposits & authigenic accumulations. Authentication by Butler.

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Adena Blade

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Late Archaic to Late Woodland (3,000-1,200 B.P.). Material: Mottled, gray & white, Burlington Chert. Origin: Reportedly; The Illinois region. Length: 3-15/16". Width: 1-1...more/4". Grade: 7. This is a medium to large size point that has been turned into a hafted knife. It has convex blade edges with strongly tapered to non-existent shoulders. The stem is slightly contracting with straight basal edge. Good sorbed deposits, authigenic accumulations, heavy use wear & a nice naturally aged patina are observed. The very bottom of the stem has had some ancient damage & rework due to hafting pressure. Authentication by Butler.

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Desert Sierra Arrow Point

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Origin: Oregon. Material: Obsidian. Length: 1-7/16". Width: 1/2". Grade: 10. The artifact is suggested to date from the "Classic to Historic" period. The workmanship is c...moreonsistent with ancient techniques, and there is good overall patination and mineralization compatible with an artifact of this age. Authenticated by Baker.

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Rose Springs Arrow Point

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Origin: Shast County California. Material: Agate. Measurement: 1-5/16". Width: 1/2". Grade: 10. This artifact is suggested to date from the Delopmental Phase period. The ...moreworkmanship is consistent with ancient techniques, and there is good overall patination and mineralization compatible with an artifact of this age. Authentication by Baker.

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