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

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Vintage Silk Lined Minks Fur Coat

Lot # 102 (Sale Order: 126 of 538)      

This lot features a minks fur coat. The coat is believed to be lined with velvet toned silk. The fur has a great tone and is in stunning condition for its age. The lining has a few tears. The coat is in fair condition for its age. Measures:44" L x 43" W

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RARE Highlander Beer Advertising Mirror Montana

Lot # 103 (Sale Order: 127 of 538)      

This is an original RARE Highlander Beer advertising mirror from Missoula, Montana. The mirror shows a factory scene of the brewery and reads "Try Highlander Beer". The Highlander mirror is in good condition. It measures 12" x 22".

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Butte Special Beer Advertising Clock from Montana

Lot # 104 (Sale Order: 128 of 538)      

This is an original RARE Butte Special Beer advertising lighted clock. The clock shows the gold trimmed stylized lettering that reads "Butte Special Beer". The star logo with the "B" in the center can also be seen on the face of the clock. This is a fantastic piece of Montana breweriana, rarely offered for sale. The Butte Special Beer clock is in good condition. The clock and lights are in good working condition. The clock measures 15" in diameter.

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Butte Brewing Co. Advertising Thermometer Mirror

Lot # 105 (Sale Order: 129 of 538)      

This is a scarce original advertising thermometer mirror from the Butte Brewing Company in Butte, Montana. The mirror has a wonderful Art Deco design with the image of a beautiful young woman. The piece reads "Call For... Butte Beer / Butte Brewing Co. Phone 2-4581". The mirror is in good condition. It measures 8" x 9".

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Highlander Beer Glacier Park Lighted Sign

Lot # 106 (Sale Order: 130 of 538)      

This is a Highlander Beer Glacier Park lighted advertising sign from the Missoula Brewing Company in Missoula, Montana. The sign shows a beautiful photograph of Josephine Lake in Glacier National Park. The right side of the sign shows a Highlander Beer can and bottle. The Highlander sign is in good condition. There are some light scratches to the clear plastic cover. The sign is in good working condition. It measures 13" x 24".

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1958 Highlander Beer Calendar Missoula Montana

Lot # 107 (Sale Order: 131 of 538)      

This is a 1958 Highlander Beer calendar from Missoula, Montana. The image is titled "No, No, Polly" and shows a beautiful young woman holding her parasol while the parrot flies nearby. The calendar reads "You'll Like... Highlander Beer / Missoula Brewing Company, Missoula, Montana". The Highlander calendar is in good condition. The frame measures 18.25" x 35.75".

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Oppenheimer & Asch Whiskey Bottle Helena Montana

Lot # 108 (Sale Order: 132 of 538)      

This is an antique Oppenheimer & Asch whiskey bottle from Helena, Montana. The bottle is marked "Oppenheimer & Asch Sole Distributors Helena, Mont.". The bottle shows a rich amber color and is in good condition with no chips or cracks. The bottle measures 4" x 7.25".

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Butte Montana Blob Top Hutchinson Bottles

Lot # 109 (Sale Order: 133 of 538)      

This is a pair of blob top, or Hutchinson antique bottles from Butte, Montana. The bottles are embossed and date to the 1890's to about 1910. One bottle is marked "Rocky Mountain Bottling Co. Butte Mont." and shows a star on the bottom. The second bottle reads "J.J. Harrington & Co. Butte Mont". Both bottles shows fantastic color and clarity. They are in good condition. Each one measures 2.5" in diameter and is 6.5" tall.

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Butte Montana Blob Top Hutchinson Bottles

Lot # 110 (Sale Order: 134 of 538)      

This is a pair of blob top, or Hutchinson antique bottles from Butte, Montana. The bottles are embossed and date to the 1890's to about 1910. One bottle is marked "North Western Bottling CO. Butte, Mont." and the other reads "Holland Rink Bottling Works Butte, Mont.". Both bottles are in good or better condition showing fantastic color and clarity. Each bottle measures 2.5" in diameter and is 6.5" tall.

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Navajo Turquoise Crystal Pattern Rug

Lot # 111 (Sale Order: 135 of 538)      

This lot features a Navajo Crystal pattern rug with rare turquoise color. The regional pattern Crystal starts in the mid 1930’s. The pattern is borderless with horizontal bands of geometric designs. The bands are separated by “wavy lines”. This is created by alternating and crossing the color of each weft. This rug/runner features the rare turquoise color base. The rug is made of wool. The piece is in good condition for its age. Measures: 60" L x 18 1/2" W

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Early Mercantile Countertop Glass Display Case

Lot # 112 (Sale Order: 136 of 538)      

This is a late 19th to early/mid 20th century Mercantile Soda Fountain Shop countertop curio display case with metal legs and is wired with metal shaded lights. The piece shows overall good condition with signs of use and only one cracked class pane. Measures 38"H x 24"D x 84"L. The metal legs are each 3.5"x3.5" and 6"H.

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Caribou Trophy Taxidermy Shoulder Mount

Lot # 113 (Sale Order: 137 of 538)      

This is an impressive trophy Caribou taxidermy shoulder mount. The caribou shows an impressive set of horns. The mount has been prepared by a professional taxidermist and is in good condition. It measures 38.5" wide, 60" tall and sits 43" off the wall.

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Montana Power Gasoline Double Sided Porcelain Sign

Lot # 114 (Sale Order: 138 of 538)      

This is an exceptionally rare original Montana Power Gasoline double sided die-cut porcelain sign from circa 1939-1944. The sign shows the Power surrounded by the state of Montana outline logo in red with a banner below that reads, “The Gasoline That Has What It Takes”. Montana Power Co. inadvertently entered the gas & oil business when it started to produce a significant quantity of oil in it search for natural gas near Cut Bank, Montana. It partnered with Texaco and a group of independents to build the Glacier Refinery in Cut Bank in 1939. Montana Power Co. was then forced to exit the oil business by federal law and sold its interest to Union Oil of California in 1944. Very few original Power Gasoline advertisements remain today with good examples selling for upwards of $4,000 to $6,000. This sign shows some loss of the porcelain, but overall is an exceptionally rare desirable piece. Measures 57”x38”. This is the only sign of its design, known to exist. Montana Power did have the similar SSP sign which was much smaller and has been valued at over $6,000. Excellent piece.

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Highlander Beer Lighted Advertising Sign

Lot # 115 (Sale Order: 139 of 538)      

This is an original Highlander Premium Beer lighted advertising sign. The front of the sign is molded plastic with graphics and reads "Highlander Premium Beer None Finer... Anywhere / Missoula Brewing Company, Missoula, Montana". The sign was made by the Ohio Advertising Display Company and is marked on the back as such. The Highlander sign is in good condition. It has been tested and is in good working condition as well. The sign measures 12" x 19.5".

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Navajo Bisbee Turquoise & Sterling Squash Blossom

Lot # 116 (Sale Order: 140 of 538)      

This is a wonderful Navajo Native American Indian sterling silver and exceptional Bisbee Turquoise squash blossom. The Old Pawn Silver piece shows excellent craftsmanship and condition for its early age. The turquoise is from the scarce Bisbee Turquoise Mine and shows gem quality rich blue coloring. The piece shows a large squash blossom pendant with seven large polished nugget Bisbee Turquoise stone having a shadow box framing and rope silver. The necklace also has ten blossom pedal beads, each have a large polished turquoise nugget stone and the matching setting, but with the additional four pedal blossom. The turquoise is matched wonderfully. The necklace is on cable with a double strand of round silver beads. The squash is 3.25”W x 3.5”H. Necklace is overall 25”L.

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Navajo Turquoise & Silver Square Concho Belt

Lot # 117 (Sale Order: 141 of 538)      

This is an excellent Navajo Native American Indian silver worked concho belt with turquoise nugget stones on a black belt. The piece is on a black leather belt with a larger belt buckle and eight conchos. Each concho has a matching hand tooled design with bright gem quality turquoise stone at the center and copper tang on the reverse. Buckle is 1 5/8”x2 5/8” and each concho is 1.5”x2”. Belt and buckle are 31.5”L overall.

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Sioux Beaded Sheath & Bowie Knife 19th C.

Lot # 118 (Sale Order: 142 of 538)      

This is an exceptional Sioux Native American Indian beaded sheath and large Bowie Knife from the mid to late 19th century. The sheath shows Indian tanned hide over a parfleche rawhide with excellent glass trade seed beadwork that is all expertly sinew sewn. The lot also features an original early trade bowie knife from the Sioux Native American Indians showing an oversized blade with vine etched hilt, bone handle having brass spots, a center grip accent, and round pommel. The bowie knife shows wonderful craftsmanship. The sheath shows only slight bead loss and museum quality condition with tin jinge cone accented fringe. Provenance: From a large private Native American artifact collection in Iowa. Bowie knife is 15 5/8"L with a 10"L blade. Sheath is 16"L with top strap x 3 3/8"W. Sheath and knife are 17.5"L.

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Sioux Parfleche Polychrome Sheath & Bowie Knife

Lot # 119 (Sale Order: 143 of 538)      

This is an excellent polychrome painted parfleche sheath from the Sioux Native American Indians with a rare large mid to late 19th century bowie trade knife. The trade bowie knife shows Elk Antler grips with a brass hilt and large forged blade. The blade shows expert craftsmanship and a wonderful sharp edge. The sheath shows traditional geometric mineral polychrome paints on a parfleche rawhide construction with hide sewn edges. Both show a great condition and display very well. Bowie knife is 15.75"L with a 9.75"L blade. Sheath is 3 7/8"W x 12"L. Knife and sheath are 16.75"L.

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Massive Early American Bowie Knife 19th C.

Lot # 120 (Sale Order: 144 of 538)      

This is a massive early American handmade Bowie Knife from the 19th century. The piece shows a very large blade with bowie stylings and forged iron hilt having a bone handle and forged graduated tier round iron pommel. No markings can be found, but the piece is in excellent display and one of the larger bowie knifes made available for sale. The piece shows an overall size of 193/8"L with a 13 7/8"L blade. Knife is 4 1/8"W.

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Early American Trade Axe Spiked Tomahawk with Saw

Lot # 121 (Sale Order: 145 of 538)      

This is an early American Fontiersmen fur trade era trade axe spiked tomahawk with folding saw toothed blade. The 19th century piece shows a wonderful bone handle with forged iron construction. The piece has vine etched work along the frame and is in excellent presentation condition. No markings can be found. The axe is 10"L with a 4 5/8"L head. The saw blade is 7.25"L. Overall with the saw blade the piece is 16 7/8"L.

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Sioux Beaded Tortoise Fetish

Lot # 122 (Sale Order: 146 of 538)      

This is a Sioux beaded tortoise fetish. The piece is made on tanned hide and features a beautifully beaded design using seed beads such as Chalk White, Corn Yellow and Orange. Each of the legs has a silver jingle cone with a Greasy Yellow pony bead. The Sioux fetish is in good condition with no visible damage or bead loss. It measures 4" x 6".

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Hudson Bay Silver Cross w/ Russian Glass Beads

Lot # 123 (Sale Order: 147 of 538)      

This is a Hudson Bay silver cross w/ Russian glass beads. The silver cross is marked with a crown and is hallmarked "Montreal" and "HB". The necklace features Russian faceted vaseline glass beads. The piece is estimated to be from the late 18th to early 19th century. The Hudson Bay silver cross and necklace are in good condition. The cross measures 3" x 6.5" and the necklace measures 24" long.

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Early Sioux Fully Beaded Ceremonial Moccasins

Lot # 124 (Sale Order: 148 of 538)      

This is a pair of Sioux Native American Indian fully beaded ceremonial moccasins. The moccasins feature a track motif with 19th century glass trade seed beads in Sky Blue, Corn Yellow, Royal Blue, Chalk White, and more. The beadwork is done on tanned hide showing a deep, rich color. Wonderful set of fully beaded moccasins showing overall good condition for their age. Each one measures 7" long.

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Hunkpapa Chief Loud Voiced Hawk's Canloguha 1851-

Lot # 125 (Sale Order: 149 of 538)      

This is one of the most important and historic items from the Hunkpapa Lakota Native American Indian tribe owned by Chief Loud Voiced Hawk. The piece is a Canloguha (a tobacco/ceremonial pouch combination) hand carved by Chief Loud Voiced Hawk. The piece was examined and authenticated by renowned Togia language and carving expert, Wendell Grangaard of The Guns of History, Inc. The piece shows Loud Voiced Hawk’s name carved in Togia on the side of the lid. On the face of the Canloguha Loud Voiced Hawk carved a story about a wocekiye (prayer) wahosiyapi-upijata (swallow sent with a message), cekiya (to pray to) Wakinyan (Thunderbird). The inside of the lid is the band mark of the Kiglashka or “they tie their own” of the band Chief Loud Voiced Hawk. On the bottom side of the Canloguha is the Togia for Chief. The bottom compartment used for holding the ceremonial powder of hanble (to obtain visions). In the main body was where canli (tobacco) and cansasa (dried, ground bark or the red willow) was stored. In 1851 Loud Voiced Hawk, the Hunkpapa leader was made a shirt-wearer by the Hunkpapa council and three other leaders. He was given the right to wear the ceremonial hair-fringed buckskin shirt which made him the band leader of the Kiglashka band. At Fort Pierre Conference of 1856, General William S. Harney gave Bear Rib authority to appoint nine chiefs to be a part of the council to represent the Lakota Nation in the negotiations with the U.S. Gov’t. Loud Voiced Hawk was one of the nine council members and he was present in 1869 (and voted yes) when the council made Sitting Bull the Supreme Chief of the Sioux Confederation. This piece will be mentioned and pictured in the upcoming book by Wendell Grangaard about Black Shawl Woman, wife of Chief Crazy Horse. This is the most important and historic Canloguha Tobacco Ceremonial box ever made available for sale and is truly a historic piece of the Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux tribe. The piece was initially estimated at $30,000 to $40,000 by Mr. Grangaard, but his formal appraisal valued the piece at $18,000 to $25,000. Wendell believed this piece to be of significant value and truly a museum piece. The wooden box area measures 3 1/8”L x 2”W x 1.25”D, with the trade clothe cord the piece is 8.5”L. The piece includes the entire detailed information along with three illustrations explaining the Togia language markings, the appraisal, and other paperwork. For more information please visit NorthAmericanAuctionCompany.com where you will find dozens of professional photographs and scans of all the documents.

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Indian Peace Medal with 1806 Silver Coin

Lot # 126 (Sale Order: 150 of 538)      

This is an Indian Peace Medal with an encased silver coin from 1806. The medal is believed to be made from sterling silver, but has not been tested. It has been engraved with a crown and floral design. The peace medal shows good overall condition. Exact age is unknown and authenticity has not been established. The medal measures 3.75" in diameter.

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