Brewery Antiques, Indian, Western $25 Start Bids

Brewery Antiques, Indian, Western $25 Start Bids

Saturday, November 12, 2016  |  10:00 AM Mountain
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Brewery Antiques, Indian, Western $25 Start Bids

Brewery Antiques, Indian, Western $25 Start Bids

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Butte Brewing Company Ashtray Tip Tray NOS

Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 538)      

This is a new old stock Butte Brewing Company ashtray tip tray. The tray is from circa 1933-1950. A great original Butte, Montana piece. The Butte Brewing Company was operational from 1933 until their close in 1963 and was best known for the Butte Special Beer and Butte Beer. The ashtray is in very good, unused condition. It measures 3.5" in diameter. Butte Brewing cone top cans can be worth over $400 and Butte Beer trays over $1000.

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Kessler Brewing Cone Top Beer Can Helena Montana

Lot # 2 (Sale Order: 2 of 538)      

This is an original cone top Kessler Beer can from the Kessler Brewing Company in Helena, Montana. The can shows the Kessler Brewing shield logo and is marked "Kessler Beer / Brewed and Filled by Kessler Brewing Co., Helena, Montana / Brewed from Mountain Spring Water". The Kessleer can is in good to very good condition. A fine example of this rare Montana beer can. The can measures 2.5" in diameter and is 5.5" tall.

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Northern Plains Beaded Document Flat Bag 19th C.

Lot # 3 (Sale Order: 3 of 538)      

The lot features an excellent Northern Plains Native American Indian beaded document flat bag from the 19th century. The piece shows a wonderful fully beaded front with exquisite19th century glass trade seed beads in greasy yellow, Hudson Bay red white hearts, semi-transparent green, semi-transparent dark blue. The piece has a Indian tanned hide construction with braided rawhide top strap and long cut fringe having tin jingle cones. The piece displays very well and is truly a museum quality artifact. Measures overall 7 7/8”W x 14”L.

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Pre-Columbian Mayan Eccentric Flint Artifact 600AD

Lot # 4 (Sale Order: 4 of 538)      

This is an exceptional Pre-Columbian Mayan Eccentric Flint crescent shaped artifact from circa 600-900 A.D. The piece comes with a COA (Certificate of Authenticity) from Marc A. Schmitt and Bruce T. Mominee. The piece shows a White Patinated Translucent Yellow Flint material and is from Mayan Belieze circa 600 A.D. to 900 A.D. The historic artifact shows a crescent "U" or "C" shape with eccentric hafted ridges or lugs around the perimeter. The piece shows extremely fine flint knapping work and is a very rare artifact. This is truly a one of a kind museum quality piece. The piece shows good overall condition and is displayed in a 4.5"x5.5" and 3/4" thick black glass top display. The artifact is 2 5/8"x3.25" in size. Some thought this Crescent shape was a crab effigy, Mayan cave entrance to the underworld, and others an offering to the Mayan gods.

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Anasazi Pre-Columbian Pottery Pitcher 500-1200CE

Lot # 5 (Sale Order: 5 of 538)      

This is a wonderful Anasazi Pueblo Native American Indians Pre-Columbian pottery pitcher from circa 500-1200CE. The piece comes with a COA (Certificate of Authenticity) from Bennett's Artifact Authentication signed by James R. Bennett. The piece has an origin from Northern Arizona and is from the estate collection of David Carbaugh. The piece shows a small chip on the top rim, but otherwise a museum quality piece. Measures 4 3/8"W x 4 7/8"L x 4.5"H.

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Navajo Marc Antia Heavy Sterling Silver Bracelet

Lot # 6 (Sale Order: 6 of 538)      

This is an excellent very heavy construction sterling silver bracelet by master Navajo Native American Indian silversmith, Marc Antia. The piece has a unique heavy tooled shadow box hand tooled design. This is marked on the bottom, “Created by Marc Antia Sterling (with the double lightning bolt hallmark).” It is in good condition for its age. Measures: 2 1/2" H x 1 " D x 3 1/2" W, Weight: 278g

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Early Butte Montana Fire Department Badge

Lot # 6a (Sale Order: 7 of 538)      

This lot features a early Butte, Montana fire department badge. The badge still has a good shine and depicts the hook and ladder as well as a fire hydrant. In the center the number 37 is displayed. The overall condition of the badge is good for its age. Measures: 2 1/4" Diameter

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Miles City Saddlery Montana Tooled Wallet

Lot # 6b (Sale Order: 8 of 538)      

This is an early hand tooled leather wallet from the Miles City Saddlery Co. in Miles City, Montana. Charles Coggshall and Al Furstnow were partners in Miles, City, Montana in 1890. In 1895 Cogshall purchased a saddle shop owned by Hugh Moran and became independent. The wallet dates to be very early as it is not marked, Coggshall and is truly a rare piece. Measures 4 1/2" L x 3 3/4" W closed 8 7/8" L x 3 3/4" W open.

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Navajo Signed Sterling Silver And Turquoise Cuff

Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 9 of 538)      

This lot contains a Navajo signed sterling silver and turquoise cuff. This is a great piece that is is in excellent condition with little tarnish. The tear drop turquoise stone is as beautiful as the hand tooled sterling silver that surrounds it. The turquoise is believed to be Blue Moon. It measures 2 3/8" W x 2" T x 1 5/16" D

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Navajo Petit Point Turquoise & Silver Bracelet

Lot # 8 (Sale Order: 10 of 538)      

This is a wonderful early Navajo Native American Indian silver and turquoise cuff or bracelet. The piece has a wonderful Petit-Point three medallion design on three strands of silver. The piece is not marked, but has a wonderful look and design. Measures (shipping) 2 1/8"D x 3"W x 2 1/8"H. Bracelet has a 6.75" inside circumference wrist size.

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Navajo Wolverine Claw & Sterling Necklace

Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 11 of 538)      

This is a Navajo sterling silver, turquoise and wolverine claw necklace. The necklace is marked "925". The pendant shows the wolverine claw and turquoise nugget set in sterling silver with feather accents. The Navajo necklace is in good condition. The pendant measures 1 1/8" x 1.5" and the necklace measures 23.5" long.

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Plains Indian Catlinite Pipestone Pipe 19th-20th

Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 12 of 538)      

This is a Plains Native American Indian catlinite pipestone "T" ceremonial pipe from the late 19th to early 20th century. The piece shows a rich red coloring with the classic "T" pipe design. The piece has been professionally restored as shown, but overall a fantastic early Native American Indian piece. Measures 5.25"L x 2 7/8"H x 1 1/8"D.

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Original Antique Pullman Tickets Sign

Lot # 11 (Sale Order: 13 of 538)      

This is an antique original Pullman Tickets sign. The sign is from a railroad station ticket counter. The sign reads "Pullman Tickets" and shows the original finish. The sign is marked on the back "Enameloid Sign / The General Advertising Co. Reading, PA.". The sign is in good overall condition. The piece has a unique antiquated patina. The sign measures 11" x 18.25".

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John Gewerth Ducks Unlimited Carved Decoy

Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 14 of 538)      

This is a John Gewerth Ducks Unlimited carved decoy. The duck is mallard hen that is hand painted and shows incredibly fine detail. The bottom of the duck features a bronze medallion that reads "Ducks Unlimited Special Edition 1992-1993". The artist has signed the duck and it is also marked "Lac La Croix Ducks Unlimited Collection 1039". The carved decoy is in good condition. It measures 6.5" x 18.25".

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14.9 ct. Australian Boulder Opal Cabochon

Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 15 of 538)      

This is an Australian Boulder Opal cabochons. This opal was mined in the Outback of Australia. The opal shows wonderful diffraction with deep, rich colors of blue, red, and purple. The opal cabochon is in good condition. It measures .6" x 1" and weighs 14.9 carats.

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35 ct. Australian Boulder Opal Cabochon

Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 16 of 538)      

This is an Australian Boulder Opal cabochons. This opal was mined in the Outback of Australia. The opal shows wonderful diffraction with deep, rich colors of blue, red, and purple. The opal cabochon is in good condition. It measures .75" x 1" and weighs 35 carats.

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21 ct. Australian Boulder Opal Cabochon

Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 17 of 538)      

This is an Australian Boulder Opal cabochons. This opal was mined in the Outback of Australia. The opal shows wonderful diffraction with deep, rich colors of blue, red, and purple. The opal cabochon is in good condition. It measures .5" x .9" and weighs 21 carats.

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Navajo Petit Point Turquoise Silver Bracelet Large

Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 18 of 538)      

This is an excellent large Navajo Native American Indian Petit Point turquoise and silver bracelet. The piece has a large size with round top medallion and side accents on three strands of silver. The piece shows wonderful turquoise and excellent craftsmanship. The Old Pawn Silver bracelet shows good condition for its age. Measures (shipping) 3"D x 2 7/8"W x 2"H with a 7" inside circumference wrist size.

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Navajo Old Pawn Silver Sand Cast Bracelet EARLY

Lot # 17 (Sale Order: 19 of 538)      

This is an early 1900 Old Pawn Silver sand cast bracelet or cuff from a master Navajo Native American Indian silversmith. The piece shows three gem quality Morenci Turquoise Mine stones in the center and an excellent design. The piece has been modernly polished, but is a very early wonderful piece. Not signed, typical of very early Pawn Jewelry. Measures (shipping) 2.75"W x 1.5"D x 2"H with a 6.5" inside circumference wrist size.

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Navajo Turquoise Nugget Silver Bracelet

Lot # 17a (Sale Order: 20 of 538)      

This is an Old Pawn Silver bracelet or cuff from a Navajo Native American Indian silversmith. The piece shows five large Turquoise nugget stones with a rich deep blue coloring. The piece shows a rope silver accent and tooled edge. Not Signed. Measures (shipping) 2.25"D x 3 1/8"W x 2"H with a 6.5" inside circumference wrist size. The stones have the style or are from Sleeping Beauty Turquoise Mine.

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Mississippian Culture Large Pipe Wickliffe Mound

Lot # 18 (Sale Order: 21 of 538)      

This is an exceptional Mississippian Native American Indian Culture massive carved pipe. The piece is marked on the bottom, "WYCLIFF MOUND KY PF13A4." The Wickliffe Mounds is a prehistoric, Mississippian culture archaeological site located in Ballard County, Kentucky, near the town of Wickliffe (founded in 1000 CE and abandoned in 1350 CE). Archaeological research have linked the site with others along the Ohio River in Illinois and Kentucky as part of the Angel Phase in Mississippian culture. This is one of the largest, if not the largest, example of any recovered Mississippian culture tobacco pipes. The piece shows a bent over human figure with chin or mouth resting on a pole emerging from the ground. Measures 10.5"L x 4.25"D x 7 1/8"H. Bowl opening is 1 3/8" with the connection being 5/8". Review pictures for description correctness, condition, and age.

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Mississippian Culture Canoe Pipe Cemochechobee

Lot # 19 (Sale Order: 22 of 538)      

This is an excellent scarce Mississippian Native American Indian culture Cemochechobee “Canoe” handled pipe. The piece shows two round handles like a vessel along the top with various carved accents and the pipe elbow below. The Mississippian Cemochechobee culture was the ceremonial center on the Chattahoochee River, generally known as the South Appalachian Mississippian. The Cemochechobee Mississippian culture dates to 1000 CE to 1450 CE with very little being recovered from this culture. The piece displays very well and shows good museum quality condition for its age. Measures 6.5”W x 5.25”H x 2”D. Review pictures for description correctness, condition, and age.

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Mississippian Culture Animal Effigy Pipe

Lot # 20 (Sale Order: 23 of 538)      

The lot features a Mississippian Culture pre-historic carved ceremonial pipe. The piece features a square base with a vessel like altar pipe bowl having four animal effigies all facing their heads to the sky with their hands along the vessel. The piece shows a turtle, bear, beaver, and coyote/wolf. The piece shows exquisite swirling and floral etchings and truly displays well. Overall good condition for its age. Measures 5.25"H x 2.5"x2 1/8". The piece has a 1 7/8" bowl opening and 1/4" connection opening. Mississippian culture thrived in early pre-historic North America from circa 1000 CE to 1550 CE. Review pictures for description correctness, condition, and age.

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Moundville Mississippian Steatite Bear & Frog Pipe

Lot # 20a (Sale Order: 24 of 538)      

This is a wonderfully carved Mississippian culture carved steatite pipe showing a bear cub and frog effigy figures from the Moundville Archaeological site. The Moundville Mississippian culture thrived on the Black Warrior River in Hale County, Alabama circa 800 CE to 1500 CE. The piece has a professional repair as shown, but otherwise is a wonderful museum quality pipe. Measures 2 1/8”H x 8”L x 1.25”D with a ¾” bowl opening and 3/8” connection opening.

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Montana and National Token Collection

Lot # 21 (Sale Order: 25 of 538)      

This is a collection of 14 national and Montana tokens. Included are (2) 1954 GM Motorama, Palmolive, Blake & Co. Assayers, St. Mary Lodge, (2) BPOE, George Welcome from Gardiner MT (Good For 12 1/2¢), Sheridan Inn Saloon WY (Good For 25¢ in Trade), W.E. Frazee Livingston, Montana (Good For A 12 1/2¢ Cigar), Blakesley's Cigar Store Forsyth, Montana (Good For 25¢ in Trade), Burton K. Wheeler, Montana Territorial Centennial (Fifty), and Green and McFarland Oxford (Good For 25¢ in Trade). All the tokens are in good condition. The largest measures 1.5" in diameter.

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