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HUGE Western, Firearms & Antiques Auction NOV. 16
HUGE Western, Firearms & Antiques Auction NOV. 16

HUGE Western, Firearms & Antiques Auction NOV. 16

Saturday, November 16, 2019  |  10:00 AM Mountain
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We are proud to offer our second to last Premier Sale of the year, our November 16th Collector Auction. The auction will take place on Saturday November 16th at 10am. This will be a live auction with online live and absentee bidding available. The auction features over 500 rare and important items including the Art Collection of Edward Bazinet from 5-BAR-6 Ranch Where "A River Runs Through It" was filmed, American Indian Triple Batwing Pipe Tomahawk 19th Century, Early Antique Firearms, Winchester Lever Actions, Rare Montana Sapphire and Diamond Platinum Ring, Emerald and Gold Jewelry Collection, Revolver Collection, Large Antique Navajo Rug Collection, Huge Collection of Navajo and Zuni Sterling Silver Jewelry, Trophy Alaskan Kodiak Bear Rug MASSIVE, French Chesterfield Leather Sofa c. 1890 (two of them), Nick Brandt, Bob Scriver Bronze Collection (rare larger sizes), Sioux Beadwork, Colt Model 1871-72 Revolver, Original Frederic Remington Roman Bronze Works Sculpture, Smith & Wesson, Rare Montana Territory Knives Bozeman Collection, Rare Montana Original Art, Montana... Show more
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Navajo Kingman Spiderweb Turquoise Squash Blossom

Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 497)      

This is a signed Navajo Native American Indian Kingman Spiderweb turquoise squash blossom. The rare piece shows a beautifully tooled design showing braided rope silver and silver feathers. The piece has rare Kignman Spider Web Turquoise stones and is on double strand of silver round beads. This rare necklace is an early to mid 1900's piece. There are ten blossoms measuring 1" x 1 ¾”. Each blossom also features a gorgeous Kingman Spiderweb turquoise stone complimenting the naja. The naja features a large Kingman Spiderweb turquoise gemstone accented by three smaller Kingman Spiderweb turquoise gemstones. The necklace measures 25 ½” when unclasped.

This is a signed Navajo Native American Indian Kingman Spiderweb turquoise squash blossom. The rare piece shows a beautifully tooled design showing braided rope silver an...mored silver feathers. The piece has rare Kignman Spider Web Turquoise stones and is on double strand of silver round beads. This rare necklace is an early to mid 1900's piece. There are ten blossoms measuring 1" x 1 ¾”. Each blossom also features a gorgeous Kingman Spiderweb turquoise stone complimenting the naja. The naja features a large Kingman Spiderweb turquoise gemstone accented by three smaller Kingman Spiderweb turquoise gemstones. The necklace measures 25 ½” when unclasped.

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Navajo Old Pawn Lone Mountain Turquoise Bracelet

Lot # 2 (Sale Order: 2 of 497)      

Included in this lot is a heavy Navajo Native American Old Pawn Lone Mountain turquoise and sterling silver bracelet. This bracelet is made of three bands of sterling silver. The center of this bracelet displays a large Lone Mountain turquoise stone with an incredibly detailed matrix. Silver braided rope and floral accents surround the large turquoise stone. The interior circumference of the bracelet measures 6 ½”.

Included in this lot is a heavy Navajo Native American Old Pawn Lone Mountain turquoise and sterling silver bracelet. This bracelet is made of three bands of sterling sil...morever. The center of this bracelet displays a large Lone Mountain turquoise stone with an incredibly detailed matrix. Silver braided rope and floral accents surround the large turquoise stone. The interior circumference of the bracelet measures 6 ½”.

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Santa Domingo Matt C. Multistone Silver Necklace

Lot # 3 (Sale Order: 3 of 497)      

For your consideration is a large signed Santo Domingo sterling silver multistone necklace. This stunning Matt Coriz signed sterling silver necklace features a large branch coral pendant. The silver concho beaded necklace showcases eight phenomenal multistone chamrs. Inset with onyx, turquoise, branch coral, malachite, lapis lazuli, mother of pearl, sugalite, and amber. Each charm features a variation of four different gemstones. The necklace measures 27 ½” long when unclasped. The clasp also shows a wonderful design with additional branch coral and lapis lazuli gemstone inlay as well as additional signatures on the back side of the clasp.

For your consideration is a large signed Santo Domingo sterling silver multistone necklace. This stunning Matt Coriz signed sterling silver necklace features a large bran...morech coral pendant. The silver concho beaded necklace showcases eight phenomenal multistone chamrs. Inset with onyx, turquoise, branch coral, malachite, lapis lazuli, mother of pearl, sugalite, and amber. Each charm features a variation of four different gemstones. The necklace measures 27 ½” long when unclasped. The clasp also shows a wonderful design with additional branch coral and lapis lazuli gemstone inlay as well as additional signatures on the back side of the clasp.

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Navajo 3rd Phase Lone Mountain Concho Belt

Lot # 4 (Sale Order: 4 of 497)      

This is an original Navajo Native American Indian Third Phase Lone Mountain turquoise concho belt dating to circa 1930’s. In the early 1900s, the third phase of the concha belt began when artists learned how to set turquoise into their pieces. The piece shows a large oval buckle that is set with two polished gem quality turquoise stones from the Lone Mountain turquoise Mine. The belt also shows five butterfly conchos and seven oval conchos set with a single polished Lone Mountain turquoise stone. The belt is strung on a black tan leather. Each concho shows a period correct soldered copper loop on the back. Each concho has an outstanding hand tooled and etched intricate design with a fine scalloped edge. Overall the piece shows an outstanding large size. The buckle measures 3 3/8” by 2 3/4”, the butterfly conchas are each 1 3/4” by 3/4”, and each oval conchas are 2 3/4” by 2 1/4”. The belt overall measures 52 inches overall in length.

This is an original Navajo Native American Indian Third Phase Lone Mountain turquoise concho belt dating to circa 1930’s. In the early 1900s, the third phase of the conch...morea belt began when artists learned how to set turquoise into their pieces. The piece shows a large oval buckle that is set with two polished gem quality turquoise stones from the Lone Mountain turquoise Mine. The belt also shows five butterfly conchos and seven oval conchos set with a single polished Lone Mountain turquoise stone. The belt is strung on a black tan leather. Each concho shows a period correct soldered copper loop on the back. Each concho has an outstanding hand tooled and etched intricate design with a fine scalloped edge. Overall the piece shows an outstanding large size. The buckle measures 3 3/8” by 2 3/4”, the butterfly conchas are each 1 3/4” by 3/4”, and each oval conchas are 2 3/4” by 2 1/4”. The belt overall measures 52 inches overall in length.

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Navajo Badger Claw & Cerrillos Turquoise Squash

Lot # 5 (Sale Order: 5 of 497)      

For your consideration is a signed Navajo Native American sterling silver badger claw and Cerrillos turquoise squash blossom necklace. This absolutely stunning necklace features a large pendant of Cerrillos turquoise and badger claws set on sterling silver and surrounded by floral and braided silver accents. The back of the pendant is signed by the artist “LS” and stamped 925 attributing to its sterling silver purity. Six Cerrillos turquoise blossoms are adorned with additional badger claws. The necklace features a two strand design with silver conchos and Cerrillos turquoise nuggets. This squash blossom measures 21 ½” when unclasped and the pendant measures 5 ¼” x 2 ¼”.

For your consideration is a signed Navajo Native American sterling silver badger claw and Cerrillos turquoise squash blossom necklace. This absolutely stunning necklace f...moreeatures a large pendant of Cerrillos turquoise and badger claws set on sterling silver and surrounded by floral and braided silver accents. The back of the pendant is signed by the artist “LS” and stamped 925 attributing to its sterling silver purity. Six Cerrillos turquoise blossoms are adorned with additional badger claws. The necklace features a two strand design with silver conchos and Cerrillos turquoise nuggets. This squash blossom measures 21 ½” when unclasped and the pendant measures 5 ¼” x 2 ¼”.

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Maori New Zealand Carved Wood Model Canoe (WAKA)

Lot # 6 (Sale Order: 6 of 497)      

This is a rare Maori New Zealand carved wood totem canoe model (WAKA). The canoe shows a deep carved totem like design with Abalone Mother of Pearl inlays. The canoe shows four oars and a wood matte lining. Overall the piece shows a nice condition and is signed on the bottom, "BCL. DAE. New Zealand Kauri." The canoe measures 30" long by 2 3/4" wide and 2" tall.

This is a rare Maori New Zealand carved wood totem canoe model (WAKA). The canoe shows a deep carved totem like design with Abalone Mother of Pearl inlays. The canoe show...mores four oars and a wood matte lining. Overall the piece shows a nice condition and is signed on the bottom, "BCL. DAE. New Zealand Kauri." The canoe measures 30" long by 2 3/4" wide and 2" tall.

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Sioux Beaded Moccasins circa 1890

Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 7 of 497)      

The lot features a nice set of 19th Century beaded moccasins from the Sioux Native American Indians. The set shows parfleche rawhide soles which are sinew sewn to the Indian tanned hide tops which shows a medium ankle. The tops of the moccasins show a beaded geometric pattern with all 19th Century period correct glass trade seed beads of chalk white, black, greasy yellow, Cheyenne pink, red white heart, and medium blue. The set has a cross like central symobol with a pattern which acts as a border across the entire piece. The set shows sinew sewn beadwork in very good condition with little to no bead loss. Overall the set is well preserved and of a nice early rare age. Each shows a 10"L soles and 3.5"H ankles.

The lot features a nice set of 19th Century beaded moccasins from the Sioux Native American Indians. The set shows parfleche rawhide soles which are sinew sewn to the Ind...moreian tanned hide tops which shows a medium ankle. The tops of the moccasins show a beaded geometric pattern with all 19th Century period correct glass trade seed beads of chalk white, black, greasy yellow, Cheyenne pink, red white heart, and medium blue. The set has a cross like central symobol with a pattern which acts as a border across the entire piece. The set shows sinew sewn beadwork in very good condition with little to no bead loss. Overall the set is well preserved and of a nice early rare age. Each shows a 10"L soles and 3.5"H ankles.

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Northern Plains Beaded Pheasant Breech Clout 1900

Lot # 8 (Sale Order: 8 of 497)      

The lot features a beaded and pheasant feather adorned breech clout from the Northern Plains Native American Indians dating to circa 1900. The piece shows a U.S. Tent or tipi trade canvas and Indian tanned hide construction with excellent early 1900 trade beads and has a plume of pheasant feathers being secured with a large abalone shell gorget. The feather plume also shows an early KC Baking Powder tin top, gilt tin pocket frame and a tobacco snuff tin advertising top tied on with Indian tanned hide beneath the large gorget. A large gorget banner of abalone of this size is truly a fantastic and rare addition. The belt shows an early saddle harness leather construction with trade clothe ties. The beadwork is displayed in an inverted “v” pattern and shows fantastic faceted Czechoslovakian glass in black, green red and blue. The pheasant feathers are all covered in Indian tanned hide and is adorned in red and blue feathers. The piece was originally adorned with plumes of American Bald Eagle feathers, a true attribute to the authenticity and age of the piece (the Eagle feathers have been removed and destroyed to abide by all laws). The piece would have been worn as a breech clout front skirt panel on a warrior as a ceremonial dance outfit. Provenance: From a large American Indian collection in Great Falls, Montana. The piece has an original museum collection tag that reads, “AES SS” and “B-15.67”. The piece is in well preserved condition. Measures overall 35.5”l X 28”w at the widest feather points.

The lot features a beaded and pheasant feather adorned breech clout from the Northern Plains Native American Indians dating to circa 1900. The piece shows a U.S. Tent or ...moretipi trade canvas and Indian tanned hide construction with excellent early 1900 trade beads and has a plume of pheasant feathers being secured with a large abalone shell gorget. The feather plume also shows an early KC Baking Powder tin top, gilt tin pocket frame and a tobacco snuff tin advertising top tied on with Indian tanned hide beneath the large gorget. A large gorget banner of abalone of this size is truly a fantastic and rare addition. The belt shows an early saddle harness leather construction with trade clothe ties. The beadwork is displayed in an inverted “v” pattern and shows fantastic faceted Czechoslovakian glass in black, green red and blue. The pheasant feathers are all covered in Indian tanned hide and is adorned in red and blue feathers. The piece was originally adorned with plumes of American Bald Eagle feathers, a true attribute to the authenticity and age of the piece (the Eagle feathers have been removed and destroyed to abide by all laws). The piece would have been worn as a breech clout front skirt panel on a warrior as a ceremonial dance outfit. Provenance: From a large American Indian collection in Great Falls, Montana. The piece has an original museum collection tag that reads, “AES SS” and “B-15.67”. The piece is in well preserved condition. Measures overall 35.5”l X 28”w at the widest feather points.

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Indian Trading Post Sign - Tony's Blackfoot 1906-

Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 9 of 497)      

This is an excellent original Indian Trading Post sign from Tony’s Blackfoot dating to circa 1906-1940’s. The sign is hand painted with all period correct pre-WWII paints on a tin Red Goose Shoes (for BOYS and GIRLS). Red Goose Shoes, originally Gieseke-D’Oench-Hayes, began branding as Red Goose Shoes in 1906 and was eventually merged and the brand was dropped in the 1940’s. This sign was likely from circa 1906-1920 and then repurposed for the Indian Trading Post in the 1920’s-1940. The sign reads, “genuine INDIAN MOCS Tony’s BLACKFOOT”. Likely a store from outside Glacier National Park in Montana, near the Blackfeet Reservation, where tribal items were sold to Glacier tourists. The sign has some paint loss, but overall displays very well and would make an extraordinary accent to your American Indian Moccasin collection. Measures overall 19”x13”.

This is an excellent original Indian Trading Post sign from Tony’s Blackfoot dating to circa 1906-1940’s. The sign is hand painted with all period correct pre-WWII paints...more on a tin Red Goose Shoes (for BOYS and GIRLS). Red Goose Shoes, originally Gieseke-D’Oench-Hayes, began branding as Red Goose Shoes in 1906 and was eventually merged and the brand was dropped in the 1940’s. This sign was likely from circa 1906-1920 and then repurposed for the Indian Trading Post in the 1920’s-1940. The sign reads, “genuine INDIAN MOCS Tony’s BLACKFOOT”. Likely a store from outside Glacier National Park in Montana, near the Blackfeet Reservation, where tribal items were sold to Glacier tourists. The sign has some paint loss, but overall displays very well and would make an extraordinary accent to your American Indian Moccasin collection. Measures overall 19”x13”.

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Northern Plains Porcupine Quilled Doll 19th C.

Lot # 9a (Sale Order: 10 of 497)      

This is an excellent circa 19th Century Indian tanned and porcupine quilled doll from the Northern Plains Native American Indians. The piece shows an smoked Indian brain tanned hide construction which has been sinew sewn and shows excellent porcupine quilled accents. The quillwork is along the shoulders of the long fringed yoke, around the waist as the belt, down the sides of the leggings and along the tops of the moccasins. The early Pre-1890's doll shows exceptional long hand cut fringe running down the skirt, leggings, yoke and more. The top shows Buffalo hair at the top and the hide has a nice yellow ocher mineral finish. The piece dates to circa 1860-1880's and is truly a wonderful doll in well preserved condition. Provenance: From a large American Indian collection in Billings, Montana. Measures overall 10"L by 7"W.

This is an excellent circa 19th Century Indian tanned and porcupine quilled doll from the Northern Plains Native American Indians. The piece shows an smoked Indian brain ...moretanned hide construction which has been sinew sewn and shows excellent porcupine quilled accents. The quillwork is along the shoulders of the long fringed yoke, around the waist as the belt, down the sides of the leggings and along the tops of the moccasins. The early Pre-1890's doll shows exceptional long hand cut fringe running down the skirt, leggings, yoke and more. The top shows Buffalo hair at the top and the hide has a nice yellow ocher mineral finish. The piece dates to circa 1860-1880's and is truly a wonderful doll in well preserved condition. Provenance: From a large American Indian collection in Billings, Montana. Measures overall 10"L by 7"W.

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Northern Plains Porcupine Quilled Doll 19th C.

Lot # 9b (Sale Order: 11 of 497)      

This is an excellent circa 19th Century Indian tanned and porcupine quilled doll from the Northern Plains Native American Indians. The piece shows a smoked Indian brain tanned hide construction which has been sinew sewn and shows excellent porcupine quilled accents. The quillwork is along the shoulders of the long-fringed yoke, down the sides of the leggings and along the tops of the moccasins. The early Pre-1890's doll shows exceptional long hand cut fringe running down the skirt, leggings, yoke and more. The top shows Buffalo hair at the top and the hide has a nice yellow ocher mineral finish. The piece dates to circa 1860-1880's and is truly a wonderful doll in well preserved condition. Provenance: From a large American Indian collection in Billings, Montana. Measures overall 9.5"L by 7"W.

This is an excellent circa 19th Century Indian tanned and porcupine quilled doll from the Northern Plains Native American Indians. The piece shows a smoked Indian brain t...moreanned hide construction which has been sinew sewn and shows excellent porcupine quilled accents. The quillwork is along the shoulders of the long-fringed yoke, down the sides of the leggings and along the tops of the moccasins. The early Pre-1890's doll shows exceptional long hand cut fringe running down the skirt, leggings, yoke and more. The top shows Buffalo hair at the top and the hide has a nice yellow ocher mineral finish. The piece dates to circa 1860-1880's and is truly a wonderful doll in well preserved condition. Provenance: From a large American Indian collection in Billings, Montana. Measures overall 9.5"L by 7"W.

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1930-1940's 1.03 carat Platinum Pendant Necklace

Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 12 of 497)      

The lot features an excellent 1.03 carat round brilliant diamond set in platinum. The necklace shows a 1.03 carat weight round brilliant cut diamond that is bezel set and shows an I-1 clarity and "G" coloring. The pendant shows a classic design that is hand crafted of white Platinum showing a high polished finish. The piece comes with a COA Gemology report and appraisal from AIG (American International Gemologists) confirming the above info and giving a value of $11,400.00. The necklace shows a handmade Italian 17-inch platinum chain link that is marked at the clasp “PT950”.

The lot features an excellent 1.03 carat round brilliant diamond set in platinum. The necklace shows a 1.03 carat weight round brilliant cut diamond that is bezel set and...more shows an I-1 clarity and "G" coloring. The pendant shows a classic design that is hand crafted of white Platinum showing a high polished finish. The piece comes with a COA Gemology report and appraisal from AIG (American International Gemologists) confirming the above info and giving a value of $11,400.00. The necklace shows a handmade Italian 17-inch platinum chain link that is marked at the clasp “PT950”.

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Vintage Estate 1.05 ct Diamond & 14K Gold Ring

Lot # 10a (Sale Order: 13 of 497)      

This is an excellent vintage estate ring showing a beautiful 18KT white gold setting with total diamond weight of 1.05 carats. The ring shows a wonderful 0.53 carat round brilliant cut stone which shows a I-1 clarity and "H" color. The ring also shows twenty-eight round brilliant cut diamonds with a total weight of 0.22 carats, I-1 clarity and F-H coloring. Lastly there are twenty-four channel set baguette cut tapered diamonds with a total weight of 0.30 carats, SI-1 to I-1 and F-H color. The ring is from renowned designer Orianne Collins and is marked, "ORIANNE 18K". Overall the piece shows a fine vintage estate solid 18K white gold with a total of fifty-three diamonds with a total weight of 1.05 carats. The ring comes with a COA Gemology reports from AIG (American International Gemologists) report confirming the above info and appraising the ring at $5,200.00. The ring shows a fine original condition and is marked as shown along with being a 7 US Size.

This is an excellent vintage estate ring showing a beautiful 18KT white gold setting with total diamond weight of 1.05 carats. The ring shows a wonderful 0.53 carat round...more brilliant cut stone which shows a I-1 clarity and "H" color. The ring also shows twenty-eight round brilliant cut diamonds with a total weight of 0.22 carats, I-1 clarity and F-H coloring. Lastly there are twenty-four channel set baguette cut tapered diamonds with a total weight of 0.30 carats, SI-1 to I-1 and F-H color. The ring is from renowned designer Orianne Collins and is marked, "ORIANNE 18K". Overall the piece shows a fine vintage estate solid 18K white gold with a total of fifty-three diamonds with a total weight of 1.05 carats. The ring comes with a COA Gemology reports from AIG (American International Gemologists) report confirming the above info and appraising the ring at $5,200.00. The ring shows a fine original condition and is marked as shown along with being a 7 US Size.

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Vintage Estate Diamond & 18K Gold Stud Earrings

Lot # 10b (Sale Order: 14 of 497)      

The lot features a fine set of vintage estate stud earrings showing 0.93 carats of Diamonds on an 18K white gold setting. The diamonds, a total of two, show a round brilliant cut with a total carat weight of 0.93, “F” coloring and I1-I2 clarity in a high polish solid 18 karat white gold stud earring mounting with four prongs on each. These fine vintage estate earrings show a threaded post and each is marked “18K”. The ring comes with a COA Gemology reports from AIGL (American International Gemological Laboratories, INC.) report confirming the above info and appraising the ring at $2,511.00.

The lot features a fine set of vintage estate stud earrings showing 0.93 carats of Diamonds on an 18K white gold setting. The diamonds, a total of two, show a round brill...moreiant cut with a total carat weight of 0.93, “F” coloring and I1-I2 clarity in a high polish solid 18 karat white gold stud earring mounting with four prongs on each. These fine vintage estate earrings show a threaded post and each is marked “18K”. The ring comes with a COA Gemology reports from AIGL (American International Gemological Laboratories, INC.) report confirming the above info and appraising the ring at $2,511.00.

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Bob Scriver "Tail Stander" Bronze Sculpture

Lot # 11 (Sale Order: 15 of 497)      

This is an original Bob Scriver bronze sculpture titled "Tail Stander". The sculpture shows a cowboy holding tight on a bucking bronco. Robert Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. This is a Lost Wax Bronze Casting and shows a walnut base. Sculpture measures overall 16 3/4” x 11" and is 26" tall. Bob Scriver bronzes have been valued at over $30,000-$50,000. He is believed to be "The Cowboy’s National Sculptor" and one of the finest Montana bronze artists of the 20th century. The bronze shows very good condition and a wonderful patina. It is numbered 55/150.

This is an original Bob Scriver bronze sculpture titled "Tail Stander". The sculpture shows a cowboy holding tight on a bucking bronco. Robert Scriver (1914-1999) was bor...moren in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. This is a Lost Wax Bronze Casting and shows a walnut base. Sculpture measures overall 16 3/4” x 11" and is 26" tall. Bob Scriver bronzes have been valued at over $30,000-$50,000. He is believed to be "The Cowboy’s National Sculptor" and one of the finest Montana bronze artists of the 20th century. The bronze shows very good condition and a wonderful patina. It is numbered 55/150.

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Charles Russell Log House Art Studio Model

Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 16 of 497)      

For your bidding pleasure is this Charles Russell log house art studio model. Charles Russell born March 19, 1864 to October 24 1926 was an American artist of the Old American West. Very renown for his paintings of cowboys and Indians in the American west, he is also known for having a very unique art studio. This is a model rendition of this very art studio showing good design and accurate placement of painting station and fireplace with various adornments to the interior of the studio. This cabin shows a elk mount above the fireplace, with very detailed recreation of the log structure and river rock fireplace. This art studio is in pristine condition and shows a removable top to further decorate the interior of the studio. The overall measurements of this log house are 10" x 18" x 15 1/2".

For your bidding pleasure is this Charles Russell log house art studio model. Charles Russell born March 19, 1864 to October 24 1926 was an American artist of the Old Ame...morerican West. Very renown for his paintings of cowboys and Indians in the American west, he is also known for having a very unique art studio. This is a model rendition of this very art studio showing good design and accurate placement of painting station and fireplace with various adornments to the interior of the studio. This cabin shows a elk mount above the fireplace, with very detailed recreation of the log structure and river rock fireplace. This art studio is in pristine condition and shows a removable top to further decorate the interior of the studio. The overall measurements of this log house are 10" x 18" x 15 1/2".

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Collection of Ten Morgan Silver Dollar Coins

Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 17 of 497)      

Included in this lot we have a collection of Morgan silver dollars ranging from 1878 to 1900. The coins are from 1878, 1879, 1881, 1884, 1885, 1887, 1889, 1896, 1899, and 1900. The coins are marked "E Pluribus Unum" on the side with the face and marked "United States of America - One Dollar - In God We Trust" on the side with the eagle. The coins show good condition overall with some wear and warm patina across a few of the coins. The coins measure 1 1/2" in diameter and weigh out at 9.29 ounces.

Included in this lot we have a collection of Morgan silver dollars ranging from 1878 to 1900. The coins are from 1878, 1879, 1881, 1884, 1885, 1887, 1889, 1896, 1899, and...more 1900. The coins are marked "E Pluribus Unum" on the side with the face and marked "United States of America - One Dollar - In God We Trust" on the side with the eagle. The coins show good condition overall with some wear and warm patina across a few of the coins. The coins measure 1 1/2" in diameter and weigh out at 9.29 ounces.

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Morgan Dollar .999 Fine Silver Round Collection

Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 18 of 497)      

For you consideration in this lot we have a collection of five Morgan silver dollar rounds. The rounds are made of 1 troy ounces of .999 fine silver with the liberty head on one side and a eagle on the other. The coins are marked "E Pluribus Unum - Liberty" on one side and "United States of America - In God We Trust - 1 Troy OZ. 999 Fine Silver" on the other. The rounds are undated and are uncirculated. The design for these pieces where issued by the U.S. Mint. The rounds carry no actual face value. The rounds show wonderful condition overall with bright and clear silver. The pieces measure 1 1/2" in diameter and weigh out to 5.04 troy ounces.

For you consideration in this lot we have a collection of five Morgan silver dollar rounds. The rounds are made of 1 troy ounces of .999 fine silver with the liberty head...more on one side and a eagle on the other. The coins are marked "E Pluribus Unum - Liberty" on one side and "United States of America - In God We Trust - 1 Troy OZ. 999 Fine Silver" on the other. The rounds are undated and are uncirculated. The design for these pieces where issued by the U.S. Mint. The rounds carry no actual face value. The rounds show wonderful condition overall with bright and clear silver. The pieces measure 1 1/2" in diameter and weigh out to 5.04 troy ounces.

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Late 1800's PH. Brand Wagenfabrik Carriage Lantern

Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 19 of 497)      

For your consideration is this late 1800's PH. Brand Wagenfabrik carriage lantern. This is a beautiful piece of illumination history here, showing this painted black brass carriage lantern from the late 1800's. This particular carriage lantern is fueled by whale oil and the translucent material used to project that light is made from crystal. the spout where the oil goes is adorned with a plate that states "PH. Brand Wagenfabrik Wiesbaden," which makes this a German manufacturer. This carriage lantern is in pristine condition and would make a great additoin to any collection. The measurement of this carriage lantern are 19" x 7 1/2".

For your consideration is this late 1800's PH. Brand Wagenfabrik carriage lantern. This is a beautiful piece of illumination history here, showing this painted black bras...mores carriage lantern from the late 1800's. This particular carriage lantern is fueled by whale oil and the translucent material used to project that light is made from crystal. the spout where the oil goes is adorned with a plate that states "PH. Brand Wagenfabrik Wiesbaden," which makes this a German manufacturer. This carriage lantern is in pristine condition and would make a great additoin to any collection. The measurement of this carriage lantern are 19" x 7 1/2".

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Original Bob Scriver Annie Oakley Bronze Sculpture

Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 20 of 497)      

Included in this lot is an original Bob Scriver “Annie Oakley” bronze sculpture. Robert Macfie Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. This is a Lost Wax Bronze Casting and shows a walnut base. The bronze depicts a bust of the famed sharp shooter Annie Oakley. Sculpture measures overall 4.5"H x 4"W x 4"D. Bob Scriver bronzes have been valued at over $30,000-$50,000. He is believed to be "The Cowboy’s National Sculptor" and one of the finest Montana bronze artists of the 20th century. The piece is signed, dated 1986 and numbered 25/30. This bronze measures 6 1/8” x 4 ¼" x 11 ¼”. Comes with certificate of authenticity.

Included in this lot is an original Bob Scriver “Annie Oakley” bronze sculpture. Robert Macfie Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blac...morekfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. This is a Lost Wax Bronze Casting and shows a walnut base. The bronze depicts a bust of the famed sharp shooter Annie Oakley. Sculpture measures overall 4.5"H x 4"W x 4"D. Bob Scriver bronzes have been valued at over $30,000-$50,000. He is believed to be "The Cowboy’s National Sculptor" and one of the finest Montana bronze artists of the 20th century. The piece is signed, dated 1986 and numbered 25/30. This bronze measures 6 1/8” x 4 ¼" x 11 ¼”. Comes with certificate of authenticity.

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PH Brand WagenFabrik Carriage Lantern c Late 1800s

Lot # 17 (Sale Order: 21 of 497)      

For your bidding pleasure is this PH. Brand Wagenfabrik carriage lantern circa late 1800's. This is a beautiful piece of illumination history here, showing this painted black brass carriage lantern from the late 1800's. This particular carriage lantern is fueled by whale oil and the translucent material used to project that light is made from crystal. The spout where the oil goes is adorned with a plate that states "PH. Brand Wagenfabrik Wiesbaden," which makes this a German manufacturer. This carriage lantern is in pristine condition and would make a great addition to any collection. This lantern is complete wits placement arm attachment, meant to be attached to a carriage. The measurements of this lantern are 19" x 14" x 8".

For your bidding pleasure is this PH. Brand Wagenfabrik carriage lantern circa late 1800's. This is a beautiful piece of illumination history here, showing this painted b...morelack brass carriage lantern from the late 1800's. This particular carriage lantern is fueled by whale oil and the translucent material used to project that light is made from crystal. The spout where the oil goes is adorned with a plate that states "PH. Brand Wagenfabrik Wiesbaden," which makes this a German manufacturer. This carriage lantern is in pristine condition and would make a great addition to any collection. This lantern is complete wits placement arm attachment, meant to be attached to a carriage. The measurements of this lantern are 19" x 14" x 8".

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Original Kevin Red Star Buffalo Tipi Painting RARE

Lot # 18 (Sale Order: 22 of 497)      

This is an excellent original work of art painting by Kevin Red Star of Billings, Montana. The original painting shows a tipi (tepee) from his Buffalo Tipi series. Kevin Red Star (born. 1943) is a Native American artist who was born on the Crow Indian Reservation is Lodge Grass, Montana. He was raised in a family that values art and culture, where he developed an early love of drawing and music. The original work of art is signed in the lower right. Measures overall 10 ½” by 12 ½ “.

This is an excellent original work of art painting by Kevin Red Star of Billings, Montana. The original painting shows a tipi (tepee) from his Buffalo Tipi series. Kevin ...moreRed Star (born. 1943) is a Native American artist who was born on the Crow Indian Reservation is Lodge Grass, Montana. He was raised in a family that values art and culture, where he developed an early love of drawing and music. The original work of art is signed in the lower right. Measures overall 10 ½” by 12 ½ “.

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Remington's Frontier Sketches 1898

Lot # 19 (Sale Order: 23 of 497)      

This is a RARE edition of "Remington's Frontier Sketches" by Frederic Remington and published in 1898 by the Werner Company. Remington is arguably one of the most influential Western artists who ever lived. This book was published at about the pinnacle of his career and highlights some of his best works thus far. The book is in good condition overall for its age with some damage along the spine. The book measures 12 1/2" long by 9 1/2" tall.

This is a RARE edition of "Remington's Frontier Sketches" by Frederic Remington and published in 1898 by the Werner Company. Remington is arguably one of the most influen...moretial Western artists who ever lived. This book was published at about the pinnacle of his career and highlights some of his best works thus far. The book is in good condition overall for its age with some damage along the spine. The book measures 12 1/2" long by 9 1/2" tall.

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1847 John Audubon Large Squirrel Etching ORIGINAL

Lot # 20 (Sale Order: 24 of 497)      

Featured in this lot we have a John Woodhouse Audubon framed "Collies Squirrel" natural sized lithograph originating from 1847. John Woodhouse Audubon is the second son of the famous ornithologist and wild life painter John James Audubon. Following in his fathers footsteps, He painted primarily North American wildlife, but also did some portraits and landscapes. He is best known for his life size renditions of animals, his work in "The Viviparous Quadrupeds of America", and his completion of the second volume of The Birds of America. This piece shows a pair of collie squirrels and are painted in their natural size. The lithograph shows excellent attention to detail and shows almost life like appearance to the piece. The bottom of the piece is marked "Drawn From Nature By J.W. Audubon- Sciurus Colliaei, Rich Collies Squirrel Natural Size - Lith, Printed & Col by J.T. Bowen, Philad 1847" with the top marked "No. 21 Plate CIV". The piece is set into a golden frame with a grey border around the art and shows art gallery tags in the back. The gallery tags read "John James Audubon Collies Squirrel, Sciurus Colliaei, Rich Bowen Lithograph 1847" and is priced at $6,500. Provenance: From the renowned Sundog Fine Art Bozeman, Montana collection and collected by Bruce VanLandingham. Bruce VanLandingham was a pillar in the American Indian collecting community and a respected expert. Along with being an avid collector Bruce also was the sole owner of Sundog Fine Art Gallery in Bozeman which was both part museum and gallery. The piece shows good condition for its age with some discoloration on the paper. The frame measures 34" wide by 41 1/2" tall with the art measuring 19 1/4" wide by 25 1/4" tall.

Featured in this lot we have a John Woodhouse Audubon framed "Collies Squirrel" natural sized lithograph originating from 1847. John Woodhouse Audubon is the second son o...moref the famous ornithologist and wild life painter John James Audubon. Following in his fathers footsteps, He painted primarily North American wildlife, but also did some portraits and landscapes. He is best known for his life size renditions of animals, his work in "The Viviparous Quadrupeds of America", and his completion of the second volume of The Birds of America. This piece shows a pair of collie squirrels and are painted in their natural size. The lithograph shows excellent attention to detail and shows almost life like appearance to the piece. The bottom of the piece is marked "Drawn From Nature By J.W. Audubon- Sciurus Colliaei, Rich Collies Squirrel Natural Size - Lith, Printed & Col by J.T. Bowen, Philad 1847" with the top marked "No. 21 Plate CIV". The piece is set into a golden frame with a grey border around the art and shows art gallery tags in the back. The gallery tags read "John James Audubon Collies Squirrel, Sciurus Colliaei, Rich Bowen Lithograph 1847" and is priced at $6,500. Provenance: From the renowned Sundog Fine Art Bozeman, Montana collection and collected by Bruce VanLandingham. Bruce VanLandingham was a pillar in the American Indian collecting community and a respected expert. Along with being an avid collector Bruce also was the sole owner of Sundog Fine Art Gallery in Bozeman which was both part museum and gallery. The piece shows good condition for its age with some discoloration on the paper. The frame measures 34" wide by 41 1/2" tall with the art measuring 19 1/4" wide by 25 1/4" tall.

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Navajo Teec Nos Pos Trading Post Rug Mid-20th

Lot # 21 (Sale Order: 25 of 497)      

This is an outstanding tightly woven Navajo Native American Indian wool rug with an excellent Teec Nos Pos pattern with an early mid-20th Century age. Teec Nos Pos is in the northeast corner of Arizona and rose to prominence in 1905, from the J.B. Moore’s Crystal weaving style with more detail. The Teec Nos Pos pattern is widely considered to be the most intricate and detailed of all Navajo rug design offering a truly exceptional distinct look with extraordinary skill. The rug shows a high quality 100% wool tightly hand-woven construction with nice large size showing all-natural vegetable dyed colors of black, white/cream, grey, brown and yellow. The rug has incredibly detail with a wonderful symmetrical whimsical design, a truly artist piece. The piece is in very well-preserved condition with little to no wear. Provenance: From a 90-year collection out of Central Arizona in the Coconino National Forest. Measures overall 76 inches long by 39 inches wide (the measurements include the four tassels which are each 5 to 6 inches in length).

This is an outstanding tightly woven Navajo Native American Indian wool rug with an excellent Teec Nos Pos pattern with an early mid-20th Century age. Teec Nos Pos is in ...morethe northeast corner of Arizona and rose to prominence in 1905, from the J.B. Moore’s Crystal weaving style with more detail. The Teec Nos Pos pattern is widely considered to be the most intricate and detailed of all Navajo rug design offering a truly exceptional distinct look with extraordinary skill. The rug shows a high quality 100% wool tightly hand-woven construction with nice large size showing all-natural vegetable dyed colors of black, white/cream, grey, brown and yellow. The rug has incredibly detail with a wonderful symmetrical whimsical design, a truly artist piece. The piece is in very well-preserved condition with little to no wear. Provenance: From a 90-year collection out of Central Arizona in the Coconino National Forest. Measures overall 76 inches long by 39 inches wide (the measurements include the four tassels which are each 5 to 6 inches in length).

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