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Montana's Largest Antique Firearms & Western Sale

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Over 500 of the best items in the west, from Navajo Jewelry to iconic pieces of American Indian History and rare antique Firearms. Sale Sat. July 13th 10am. Call 800-686-4216 for more info.
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Navajo Morgan Silver Dollar Squash Blossom c. 1940

Navajo Morgan Silver Dollar Squash Blossom c. 1940

Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 503)      

This is an exceptional circa 1930-1940’s Navajo Native American Indian Morgan Silver Dollar and Buffalo Nickel massive squash blossom necklace. The necklace consists of eight blossom Morgan Silver Dollar’s from circa 1883-1891 which have been rounded slightly but have retained the beautiful detail of the original coins. Also shown on this necklace are 64 rounded concho / concha beads with each being made of two original Buffalo Nickel coins dating from 1928-1937 for a total of 128 coins (again they have been slightly rounded but retains the beautiful detail of the original coins). The necklace has been strung on an early sterling silver chain strand with hand made large clasp. The naja squash pendant is of a nice large size and has been constructed of sand cast sterling silver in a heavy and traditional design which is accented by four gorgeous gem quality bright blue turquoise polished cabochons. This is the most impressive large Morgan Silver Dollar Squash Blossom necklace that has been offered for sale publicly and is a very rare example as most are shown with Mercury Dimes of a smaller size instead of the much more impressive Buffalo Nickels. The piece is believed to have been made in the late 1930’s to 1940’s when these coins were readily available. Provenance: From a large Native American and Cowboy collection in Billings, Montana. The necklace features the following Morgan Silver Dollar coins: 1883-P, 1883-P, 1884-S, 1886-O, 1888-O, 1890-O, 1891-P, 1891-O. Measures overall 33” long circumference with a naja pendant that is 3.25”x2 5/8”. The necklace weighs overall 865 grams.

This is an exceptional circa 1930-1940’s Navajo Native American Indian Morgan Silver Dollar and Buffalo Nickel massive squash blossom necklace. The necklace consists of e...moreight blossom Morgan Silver Dollar’s from circa 1883-1891 which have been rounded slightly but have retained the beautiful detail of the original coins. Also shown on this necklace are 64 rounded concho / concha beads with each being made of two original Buffalo Nickel coins dating from 1928-1937 for a total of 128 coins (again they have been slightly rounded but retains the beautiful detail of the original coins). The necklace has been strung on an early sterling silver chain strand with hand made large clasp. The naja squash pendant is of a nice large size and has been constructed of sand cast sterling silver in a heavy and traditional design which is accented by four gorgeous gem quality bright blue turquoise polished cabochons. This is the most impressive large Morgan Silver Dollar Squash Blossom necklace that has been offered for sale publicly and is a very rare example as most are shown with Mercury Dimes of a smaller size instead of the much more impressive Buffalo Nickels. The piece is believed to have been made in the late 1930’s to 1940’s when these coins were readily available. Provenance: From a large Native American and Cowboy collection in Billings, Montana. The necklace features the following Morgan Silver Dollar coins: 1883-P, 1883-P, 1884-S, 1886-O, 1888-O, 1890-O, 1891-P, 1891-O. Measures overall 33” long circumference with a naja pendant that is 3.25”x2 5/8”. The necklace weighs overall 865 grams.

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Navajo Old Pawn Coin Silver Concho Belt c. 1940's

Navajo Old Pawn Coin Silver Concho Belt c. 1940's

Lot # 2 (Sale Order: 2 of 503)      

The lot features an exceptional early Navajo Native American Indian Old Pawn concho belt made from sixteen Walking Liberty Silver Half Dollars. The concho or concha belt shows a 90% silver construction and the buckle is signed, "MR .900". Each concho is individually hand made showing a fine multi-part intricate stamped and carved traditional Navajo design with each having a silver heavy loop at each end which attaches to the silver single chain links. The oval shaped concho's each show a reeded (also called rolled, ridged, grooved, or milled) edge, original to the coin. The Walking Liberty Half Dollar is a 90% silver 50-cent piece minted in the United States Mint from 1916 to 1947. This set is thought to date from the 1940's when these coins were readily available. The piece displays very well and shows a fine, solid construction and good condition. Each concho is approximately 2 3/8"x1 7/8". The belt overall measures 43"L and weighs 235 grams. Provenance: From the collection of Dr. David and Marsha Bowerly of Oregon. Comes with the original receipt for $501 in 1995 (a value of approximately $1,000 from inflation in today's dollar).

The lot features an exceptional early Navajo Native American Indian Old Pawn concho belt made from sixteen Walking Liberty Silver Half Dollars. The concho or concha belt ...moreshows a 90% silver construction and the buckle is signed, "MR .900". Each concho is individually hand made showing a fine multi-part intricate stamped and carved traditional Navajo design with each having a silver heavy loop at each end which attaches to the silver single chain links. The oval shaped concho's each show a reeded (also called rolled, ridged, grooved, or milled) edge, original to the coin. The Walking Liberty Half Dollar is a 90% silver 50-cent piece minted in the United States Mint from 1916 to 1947. This set is thought to date from the 1940's when these coins were readily available. The piece displays very well and shows a fine, solid construction and good condition. Each concho is approximately 2 3/8"x1 7/8". The belt overall measures 43"L and weighs 235 grams. Provenance: From the collection of Dr. David and Marsha Bowerly of Oregon. Comes with the original receipt for $501 in 1995 (a value of approximately $1,000 from inflation in today's dollar).

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Earliest Known Photograph of Pawnee Bill 1800-1900

Earliest Known Photograph of Pawnee Bill 1800-1900

Lot # 3 (Sale Order: 4 of 503)      

This is an original authentic photograph of Major Gordon William Lillie, known professionally as Pawnee Bill and is thought to be the earliest known photograph of Pawnee to exist. The photograph shows Pawnee Bill wearing his iconic cowboy hat with his infamous mustache and sporting an excellent Native American Indian beaded vest. Pawnee Bill is also wearing tall riding boots and is holding a quirt / bull whip. The photograph is accompanied by excellent provenance as it is displayed in the original Pawnee Bill’s Buffalo Ranch Pawnee, Oklahoma envelope that shows a calling Great American Bison along the center and has a Pawnee Bill’s Indian Trading Post Old Town Pawnee, Oklahoma mail stamp. The envelope is addressed to Dot Vernon of R2 BOX 390 of Watsonville, California. Along with the envelope is a smaller envelope from Pawnee Bill’s Indian Trading Post U.S. Highway No. 64 Pawnee Oklahoma that shows a photograph of Buffalo roaming on the lawn of his trading post with Pawnee Bill on horseback on one side and two Indian Chief’s on the other. This envelope is addressed to Dot Vernon also. All of these pieces are found in a folder marked on the outside, “Dot Vernon was born in Colorado in 1895 was with Pawnee Bill in 1908. Said she was 12 yrs old then so birthday must have been in the late Fall.” Provenance: The piece comes from the personal collection of Dot Vernon. Dot Vernon performed with the Miller’s 101 Ranch Wild West Show, Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, Pawnee Bill’s Wild West Show and more. Dot Vernon Bolton, once called “Queen of the Cowgirls” got her start in the Western Show world when she was 12 years old when her family sent her with Pawnee Bill with his Wild West Show, as they were family friends. She later went to England with the 101 Ranch Wild West Show and gave a command performance for the English Royal Family presumably including King George V. She then later toured the US with Barnum & Bailey’s Circus and also with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show. This is truly a historic and rare original photograph and is considered to be the earliest known example ever to be brought to public purchase showing a young Pawnee Bill, possibly in one of his first performances. Documented photographs showing the young Pawnee Bill have been shown of him in earlier years, but not as early as this example, such as the cabinet card sold by Heritage Auctions Lot #43077 in their 1/23/2009 sale, the photograph on the site Knightstemplar.org Brother “Pawnee Bill” Frontiersman and Showman, and Legends of America site. The original photograph measures 6 5/8” by 9 1/8”. Large envelope is 8.25”x10.5” and smaller envelope is 4.25”x9.5”. The folder is 7.75”x12.75”.

This is an original authentic photograph of Major Gordon William Lillie, known professionally as Pawnee Bill and is thought to be the earliest known photograph of Pawnee ...moreto exist. The photograph shows Pawnee Bill wearing his iconic cowboy hat with his infamous mustache and sporting an excellent Native American Indian beaded vest. Pawnee Bill is also wearing tall riding boots and is holding a quirt / bull whip. The photograph is accompanied by excellent provenance as it is displayed in the original Pawnee Bill’s Buffalo Ranch Pawnee, Oklahoma envelope that shows a calling Great American Bison along the center and has a Pawnee Bill’s Indian Trading Post Old Town Pawnee, Oklahoma mail stamp. The envelope is addressed to Dot Vernon of R2 BOX 390 of Watsonville, California. Along with the envelope is a smaller envelope from Pawnee Bill’s Indian Trading Post U.S. Highway No. 64 Pawnee Oklahoma that shows a photograph of Buffalo roaming on the lawn of his trading post with Pawnee Bill on horseback on one side and two Indian Chief’s on the other. This envelope is addressed to Dot Vernon also. All of these pieces are found in a folder marked on the outside, “Dot Vernon was born in Colorado in 1895 was with Pawnee Bill in 1908. Said she was 12 yrs old then so birthday must have been in the late Fall.” Provenance: The piece comes from the personal collection of Dot Vernon. Dot Vernon performed with the Miller’s 101 Ranch Wild West Show, Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, Pawnee Bill’s Wild West Show and more. Dot Vernon Bolton, once called “Queen of the Cowgirls” got her start in the Western Show world when she was 12 years old when her family sent her with Pawnee Bill with his Wild West Show, as they were family friends. She later went to England with the 101 Ranch Wild West Show and gave a command performance for the English Royal Family presumably including King George V. She then later toured the US with Barnum & Bailey’s Circus and also with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show. This is truly a historic and rare original photograph and is considered to be the earliest known example ever to be brought to public purchase showing a young Pawnee Bill, possibly in one of his first performances. Documented photographs showing the young Pawnee Bill have been shown of him in earlier years, but not as early as this example, such as the cabinet card sold by Heritage Auctions Lot #43077 in their 1/23/2009 sale, the photograph on the site Knightstemplar.org Brother “Pawnee Bill” Frontiersman and Showman, and Legends of America site. The original photograph measures 6 5/8” by 9 1/8”. Large envelope is 8.25”x10.5” and smaller envelope is 4.25”x9.5”. The folder is 7.75”x12.75”.

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Miller Bros 101 Ranch Wild West Show Photo c.1900-

Miller Bros 101 Ranch Wild West Show Photo c.1900-

Lot # 3a (Sale Order: 3 of 503)      

The lot features an original photograph of the entire Millers Brothers 101 Ranch Wild West Show troop from circa 1900’s. In the second row at the very center a young Pawnee Bill (Gordon William Lillie) can been seen wearing his famous hat with his iconic mustache visible. The photograph includes 29 Cowboys, Cowgirls, and Native American Indians. Such wonderfully renowned individuals who most likely are represented in this image and performed with the 101 Ranch Wild West Show are Lillian Smith (performing as “Pricess Wenona”), Bill Pickett, Bessie Herberg, Bee Ho Gray, Tom Mix, Jack Hoxie, Mexican Joe, Ross Hettan, Buffalo Bill Cody (William Frederick “Buffalo Bill” Cody), Pawnee Bill, Zach Mulhall, Lucille Milhall, Ken Maynard, Hoot Gibson, Buck Jones, Chester Byers, Chief Iron Tails, Milt, Hinkle, Billy Lorette, Luka Chkhartishvila (Princes Lucca), Art Acord, and occasionally Will Rogers (who was never formerly employed with the 101 Ranch, but was documented visiting many of his friends and having trick roping contests and events). The photograph shows numerous performers posing for an unknown photographer. Provenance: The piece comes from the personal collection of Dot Vernon. Dot Vernon performed with the Miller’s 101 Ranch Wild West Show and is present in this photograph. Dot Vernon Bolton, once called “Queen of the Cowgirls” got her start in the Western Show world when she was 12 years old when her family sent her with Pawnee Bill with his Wild West Show, as they were family friends. She later went to England with the 101 Ranch Wild West Show and gave a command performance for the English Royal Family presumably including King George V. She then later toured the US with Barnum & Bailey’s Circus and also with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show. The 101 Ranch Wild West Show was founded by Colonel George Washington Miller, a Confederate Army veteran of the Civil War, after being motivated by his dear friend and neighbor Major Gordon W. Lillie, also known as Pawnee Bill. Pawnee Bill helped Miller start the show and performed in many of his acts. Dot Vernon was introduced to the Miller 101 by Pawnee Bill, with both being found in this photograph. The photograph comes in an envelope hand written on the front “101 Ranch / 101 RANCH”. This is truly a fantastic original authentic example and has never been seen by the public. Photograph measures 8”x10”. Original Miller Bros 101 Ranch Wild West Show photographs are exceedingly rare with few examples being brought to sale, such as the photograph sold by Brian Lebel's Old West Auction for $5,900. This photograph is thought to have been one of the earliest photographs known to exist of the Miller 101 Ranch Wild West show. The photograph originally came with the 101 Ranch marked folder, which is no longer present (but a photograph is shown for reference).

The lot features an original photograph of the entire Millers Brothers 101 Ranch Wild West Show troop from circa 1900’s. In the second row at the very center a young Pawn...moreee Bill (Gordon William Lillie) can been seen wearing his famous hat with his iconic mustache visible. The photograph includes 29 Cowboys, Cowgirls, and Native American Indians. Such wonderfully renowned individuals who most likely are represented in this image and performed with the 101 Ranch Wild West Show are Lillian Smith (performing as “Pricess Wenona”), Bill Pickett, Bessie Herberg, Bee Ho Gray, Tom Mix, Jack Hoxie, Mexican Joe, Ross Hettan, Buffalo Bill Cody (William Frederick “Buffalo Bill” Cody), Pawnee Bill, Zach Mulhall, Lucille Milhall, Ken Maynard, Hoot Gibson, Buck Jones, Chester Byers, Chief Iron Tails, Milt, Hinkle, Billy Lorette, Luka Chkhartishvila (Princes Lucca), Art Acord, and occasionally Will Rogers (who was never formerly employed with the 101 Ranch, but was documented visiting many of his friends and having trick roping contests and events). The photograph shows numerous performers posing for an unknown photographer. Provenance: The piece comes from the personal collection of Dot Vernon. Dot Vernon performed with the Miller’s 101 Ranch Wild West Show and is present in this photograph. Dot Vernon Bolton, once called “Queen of the Cowgirls” got her start in the Western Show world when she was 12 years old when her family sent her with Pawnee Bill with his Wild West Show, as they were family friends. She later went to England with the 101 Ranch Wild West Show and gave a command performance for the English Royal Family presumably including King George V. She then later toured the US with Barnum & Bailey’s Circus and also with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show. The 101 Ranch Wild West Show was founded by Colonel George Washington Miller, a Confederate Army veteran of the Civil War, after being motivated by his dear friend and neighbor Major Gordon W. Lillie, also known as Pawnee Bill. Pawnee Bill helped Miller start the show and performed in many of his acts. Dot Vernon was introduced to the Miller 101 by Pawnee Bill, with both being found in this photograph. The photograph comes in an envelope hand written on the front “101 Ranch / 101 RANCH”. This is truly a fantastic original authentic example and has never been seen by the public. Photograph measures 8”x10”. Original Miller Bros 101 Ranch Wild West Show photographs are exceedingly rare with few examples being brought to sale, such as the photograph sold by Brian Lebel's Old West Auction for $5,900. This photograph is thought to have been one of the earliest photographs known to exist of the Miller 101 Ranch Wild West show. The photograph originally came with the 101 Ranch marked folder, which is no longer present (but a photograph is shown for reference).

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Dovetail St. Charles Spear Point c. 9000-6000 BC

Dovetail St. Charles Spear Point c. 9000-6000 BC

Lot # 4 (Sale Order: 5 of 503)      

The lot features an authentic original Pre-Historic Dovetail or St. Charles long spear point artifact. The paleo neo-lithic point comes with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA) from Gregory's Antiquities which states this as being an authentic original St. Charles spear point dating from 9500 to 8000 B.P. The spear point knife blade shows a very fine Burlington Chert material having a soft red / pink coloring with beautiful matrix. The item has been examined, as stated on the COA, under a microscope and is indeed original. The piece shows a Grade of 9.5+ making it of the highest collectible nature. The piece measures overall 6 inches in length by 1 5/8 inches wide making it one of the longest complete points with a COA we have offered for sale. The piece has an appraised high value of $1,500.

The lot features an authentic original Pre-Historic Dovetail or St. Charles long spear point artifact. The paleo neo-lithic point comes with a Certificate of Authenticity...more (COA) from Gregory's Antiquities which states this as being an authentic original St. Charles spear point dating from 9500 to 8000 B.P. The spear point knife blade shows a very fine Burlington Chert material having a soft red / pink coloring with beautiful matrix. The item has been examined, as stated on the COA, under a microscope and is indeed original. The piece shows a Grade of 9.5+ making it of the highest collectible nature. The piece measures overall 6 inches in length by 1 5/8 inches wide making it one of the longest complete points with a COA we have offered for sale. The piece has an appraised high value of $1,500.

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Navajo Squash Blossom by Leon & Marie Curley

Navajo Squash Blossom by Leon & Marie Curley

Lot # 5 (Sale Order: 6 of 503)      

This is an original vintage sterling silver and Morenci turquoise squash blossom necklace from master silversmith couple, Navajo Native American Indians Leon and Marie Curley. The set, which comes with a certificate of authenticity and original receipt, and features a wonderful sand cast and polished squash naja at the base with a total of twenty blossom accents. Each blossom shows a three-petal flute which flows into a setting holding a polished gem quality turquoise cabochon from the Morenci Turquoise Mine and at the, two concho / concha beads. The necklace has a double strand of beautiful sterling silver concho button beads (approximately a total of over 200). The naja sqaush is marked "Sterling" and signed in marker, "Leon & Marie Curley". The clasp also has two rolled cones with one marked "Sterling LFK". The squash blossom necklace has an iconic and impressive design which displays well. Provenance: From the collection of Dr. David and Marsha Bowerly of Oregon. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Wind River Trading Company and the original receipt which states this as being an origanl Navajo Leon & Marie Curley of Four Corners, New Mexico. The piece sold to Marsha Bowerly for $879 in 1995 (a value of approximately $1,500 from inflation in today's dollar). The piece measures overall 27" long circumference with the naja squash being 2.75"x2.25".

This is an original vintage sterling silver and Morenci turquoise squash blossom necklace from master silversmith couple, Navajo Native American Indians Leon and Marie Cu...morerley. The set, which comes with a certificate of authenticity and original receipt, and features a wonderful sand cast and polished squash naja at the base with a total of twenty blossom accents. Each blossom shows a three-petal flute which flows into a setting holding a polished gem quality turquoise cabochon from the Morenci Turquoise Mine and at the, two concho / concha beads. The necklace has a double strand of beautiful sterling silver concho button beads (approximately a total of over 200). The naja sqaush is marked "Sterling" and signed in marker, "Leon & Marie Curley". The clasp also has two rolled cones with one marked "Sterling LFK". The squash blossom necklace has an iconic and impressive design which displays well. Provenance: From the collection of Dr. David and Marsha Bowerly of Oregon. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Wind River Trading Company and the original receipt which states this as being an origanl Navajo Leon & Marie Curley of Four Corners, New Mexico. The piece sold to Marsha Bowerly for $879 in 1995 (a value of approximately $1,500 from inflation in today's dollar). The piece measures overall 27" long circumference with the naja squash being 2.75"x2.25".

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Navajo Dave Yellowhorse Damascus Thunderbird Knife

Navajo Dave Yellowhorse Damascus Thunderbird Knife

Lot # 5a (Sale Order: 7 of 503)      

We are proud to be one of the exclusive knife makers to offer David Yellowhorse custom Damascus pocket knives. David Yellowhorse has transformed this Damascus knife into visions of his Navajo heritage and the spirit of Western themes. The nickel silver silhouettes are hand cut and inlayed for a perfect fit. David Yellowhorse is one of, if not the, most renowned custom knife makers and is a Navajo Native American Indian. His knives are constantly on 6-12 month back order or more. This knife blade has been forged from 396 layers of very high quality 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon which is then heated and folded creating the astounding “Damascus” steel. The knife shows an excellent and rare feather flame Damascus pattern with immense detail. The Damascus blade is accented by the wild animal polished bone grip scales which shows a silver hand cut inlaid Navajo Indian Thunderbird emblem. The bolsters are each matching forged feather Damascus and have been hand stippled / hammered by David Yellowhorse with his iconic stepped design. The pocket knife shows hand vile filed solid brass bolster linings with the spring frame also having the same vine file work. The engraved linings are also filed on the inside of the grip, a truly artful addition. The knife is hand engraved signed on the bolster, “David Yellowhorse”. The knife has been paired with a Great American Bison Buffalo leather hand crafted sheath. The knife is in brand new condition and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which is marked as being "THUNDERBIRD" and is signed by David Yellowhorse. We are one of the only companies offering David Yellowhorse custom knives with a Damascus blade of such a high quality. The knife measures 7 3/8” when open with a 3.25” blade. When closed the knife is 4 1/4”.

We are proud to be one of the exclusive knife makers to offer David Yellowhorse custom Damascus pocket knives. David Yellowhorse has transformed this Damascus knife into ...morevisions of his Navajo heritage and the spirit of Western themes. The nickel silver silhouettes are hand cut and inlayed for a perfect fit. David Yellowhorse is one of, if not the, most renowned custom knife makers and is a Navajo Native American Indian. His knives are constantly on 6-12 month back order or more. This knife blade has been forged from 396 layers of very high quality 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon which is then heated and folded creating the astounding “Damascus” steel. The knife shows an excellent and rare feather flame Damascus pattern with immense detail. The Damascus blade is accented by the wild animal polished bone grip scales which shows a silver hand cut inlaid Navajo Indian Thunderbird emblem. The bolsters are each matching forged feather Damascus and have been hand stippled / hammered by David Yellowhorse with his iconic stepped design. The pocket knife shows hand vile filed solid brass bolster linings with the spring frame also having the same vine file work. The engraved linings are also filed on the inside of the grip, a truly artful addition. The knife is hand engraved signed on the bolster, “David Yellowhorse”. The knife has been paired with a Great American Bison Buffalo leather hand crafted sheath. The knife is in brand new condition and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which is marked as being "THUNDERBIRD" and is signed by David Yellowhorse. We are one of the only companies offering David Yellowhorse custom knives with a Damascus blade of such a high quality. The knife measures 7 3/8” when open with a 3.25” blade. When closed the knife is 4 1/4”.

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Navajo David Yellowhorse Damascus Buffalo Knife

Navajo David Yellowhorse Damascus Buffalo Knife

Lot # 5b (Sale Order: 8 of 503)      

We are proud to be one of the exclusive knife makers to offer David Yellowhorse custom Damascus pocket knives. The knife shows a set of highly polished Rocky Mountain Rams Horn grips with Silver Buffalo inlaid emblem and unique raindrop Damascus blade. David Yellowhorse has transformed this Damascus knife into visions of his Navajo heritage and the spirit of Western themes. The nickel silver silhouettes are hand cut and inlayed for a perfect fit. David Yellowhorse is one of, if not the, most renowned custom knife makers and is a Navajo Native American Indian. His knives are constantly on 6-12 month back order or more. This knife blade has been forged from 396 layers of very high quality 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon which is then heated and folded creating the astounding “Damascus” steel. The knife shows an excellent and raindrop Damascus pattern with immense detail. The Damascus blade is accented by the Rocky Mountain Rams Horn grip scales which show a silver hand cut inlaid Navajo Indian Great American Bison Buffalo emblem. The bolsters are each matching forged raindrop Damascus and have been hand stippled / hammered by David Yellowhorse with his iconic stepped design. The pocket knife shows hand vile filed solid brass bolster linings with the spring frame also having the same vine file work. The engraved linings are also filed on the inside of the grip, a truly artful addition. The knife is hand engraved signed on the bolster, “David Yellowhorse”. The knife has been paired with a Great American Bison Buffalo leather hand crafted sheath. The knife is in brand new condition and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which is marked as being "BUFFALO" and is signed by David Yellowhorse. We are one of the only companies offering David Yellowhorse custom knives with a Damascus blade of such a high quality. The blade is a unique American Tanto or chopping blade. The knife measures 6.75” when open with a 3” blade. When closed the knife is 4”.

We are proud to be one of the exclusive knife makers to offer David Yellowhorse custom Damascus pocket knives. The knife shows a set of highly polished Rocky Mountain Ram...mores Horn grips with Silver Buffalo inlaid emblem and unique raindrop Damascus blade. David Yellowhorse has transformed this Damascus knife into visions of his Navajo heritage and the spirit of Western themes. The nickel silver silhouettes are hand cut and inlayed for a perfect fit. David Yellowhorse is one of, if not the, most renowned custom knife makers and is a Navajo Native American Indian. His knives are constantly on 6-12 month back order or more. This knife blade has been forged from 396 layers of very high quality 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon which is then heated and folded creating the astounding “Damascus” steel. The knife shows an excellent and raindrop Damascus pattern with immense detail. The Damascus blade is accented by the Rocky Mountain Rams Horn grip scales which show a silver hand cut inlaid Navajo Indian Great American Bison Buffalo emblem. The bolsters are each matching forged raindrop Damascus and have been hand stippled / hammered by David Yellowhorse with his iconic stepped design. The pocket knife shows hand vile filed solid brass bolster linings with the spring frame also having the same vine file work. The engraved linings are also filed on the inside of the grip, a truly artful addition. The knife is hand engraved signed on the bolster, “David Yellowhorse”. The knife has been paired with a Great American Bison Buffalo leather hand crafted sheath. The knife is in brand new condition and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which is marked as being "BUFFALO" and is signed by David Yellowhorse. We are one of the only companies offering David Yellowhorse custom knives with a Damascus blade of such a high quality. The blade is a unique American Tanto or chopping blade. The knife measures 6.75” when open with a 3” blade. When closed the knife is 4”.

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Navajo T&R Singer Discodial Branch Coral Necklace

Navajo T&R Singer Discodial Branch Coral Necklace

Lot # 6 (Sale Order: 9 of 503)      

For your bidding pleasure is a Navajo Native American T&R Singer discodial branch coral necklace. This signed necklace features a string of varying discodial branch coral gemstones. The largest stone is set in the middle of the strand and the stones gradually get smaller towards the marked sterling aglet tips. The discodial gemstone is separated by Onyx beads and discodial turquoise. Spaced intermittently throughout the necklace is sterling silver to break up the chain. The signed rectangular pieces carry a traditional Navajo design and are stamped "T&R Singer". Tommy and Rose did come up with a new hallmark before he passed which is “T&R Singer”. Any item marked T&R Singer are made after Tommy’s passing. The necklace measures 21" from clasp to clasp.

For your bidding pleasure is a Navajo Native American T&R Singer discodial branch coral necklace. This signed necklace features a string of varying discodial branch coral...more gemstones. The largest stone is set in the middle of the strand and the stones gradually get smaller towards the marked sterling aglet tips. The discodial gemstone is separated by Onyx beads and discodial turquoise. Spaced intermittently throughout the necklace is sterling silver to break up the chain. The signed rectangular pieces carry a traditional Navajo design and are stamped "T&R Singer". Tommy and Rose did come up with a new hallmark before he passed which is “T&R Singer”. Any item marked T&R Singer are made after Tommy’s passing. The necklace measures 21" from clasp to clasp.

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Navajo Sleeping Beauty Turquoise Squash Blossom

Navajo Sleeping Beauty Turquoise Squash Blossom

Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 10 of 503)      

For your consideration is a singed Navajo Sleeping Beauty Squash Blossom necklace. This fine piece shows a large central Naja pendant, flanked on both sides by five blossoms. Each charm of the necklace is adorned with a Sleeping Beauty turquoise gemstone and delicately work floral leaves. The charms are strung onto a sterling silver bead chain. Overall, the necklace shows very good condition, showing a warm silver patina, indicative of age. When unclasped and stretched out, the necklace measures 24 1/2" long. The Naja alone measures 2 7/8" wide, and 2 7/8" tall.

For your consideration is a singed Navajo Sleeping Beauty Squash Blossom necklace. This fine piece shows a large central Naja pendant, flanked on both sides by five bloss...moreoms. Each charm of the necklace is adorned with a Sleeping Beauty turquoise gemstone and delicately work floral leaves. The charms are strung onto a sterling silver bead chain. Overall, the necklace shows very good condition, showing a warm silver patina, indicative of age. When unclasped and stretched out, the necklace measures 24 1/2" long. The Naja alone measures 2 7/8" wide, and 2 7/8" tall.

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Navajo T&R Singer Multi Stone Necklace

Navajo T&R Singer Multi Stone Necklace

Lot # 8 (Sale Order: 11 of 503)      

For your bidding pleasure is a Navajo Native American T&R Singer multi stone necklace. This signed necklace features a string of onyx, sugalite, tiger eye beads. The necklace tipped with marked sterling aglet tips. The onyx beads are separated by discodial turquoise and silver beads. The signed rectangular pieces carry a traditional Navajo design and are stamped "T&R Singer". Tommy and Rose did come up with a new hallmark before he passed which is “T&R Singer”. Any item marked T&R Singer are made after Tommy’s passing. The necklace measures 21 1/4" from clasp to clasp.

For your bidding pleasure is a Navajo Native American T&R Singer multi stone necklace. This signed necklace features a string of onyx, sugalite, tiger eye beads. The neck...morelace tipped with marked sterling aglet tips. The onyx beads are separated by discodial turquoise and silver beads. The signed rectangular pieces carry a traditional Navajo design and are stamped "T&R Singer". Tommy and Rose did come up with a new hallmark before he passed which is “T&R Singer”. Any item marked T&R Singer are made after Tommy’s passing. The necklace measures 21 1/4" from clasp to clasp.

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Navajo Large Sterling Buffalo & Turquoise Buckle

Navajo Large Sterling Buffalo & Turquoise Buckle

Lot # 8a (Sale Order: 12 of 503)      

Included in this lot is a signed Navajo Native American sterling silver buffalo and Morenci turquoise belt buckle. This large solid sterling piece features six Morenci turquoise cabochons. The focal point of this belt buckle is the wonderfully detailed raised buffalo. The buffalo is accented by a floral pattern and braided silver rope design. The back of the buckle is stamped "AL LEE". The buckle measures 5 3/4" x 3".

Included in this lot is a signed Navajo Native American sterling silver buffalo and Morenci turquoise belt buckle. This large solid sterling piece features six Morenci tu...morerquoise cabochons. The focal point of this belt buckle is the wonderfully detailed raised buffalo. The buffalo is accented by a floral pattern and braided silver rope design. The back of the buckle is stamped "AL LEE". The buckle measures 5 3/4" x 3".

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Navajo King's Manassa Turquoise Sterling Bracelet

Navajo King's Manassa Turquoise Sterling Bracelet

Lot # 8b (Sale Order: 13 of 503)      

For your consideration is a signed Navajo Native American King's Manassa turquoise sterling silver bracelet. This bracelet features four polished King's Manassa cabochons set in shadow boxes along the the bracelet. The ends of the cuff are decorated with a sterling silver design. The interior of the bracelet is stamped with the artists hallmark "D/B" and measures 6.5".

For your consideration is a signed Navajo Native American King's Manassa turquoise sterling silver bracelet. This bracelet features four polished King's Manassa cabochons...more set in shadow boxes along the the bracelet. The ends of the cuff are decorated with a sterling silver design. The interior of the bracelet is stamped with the artists hallmark "D/B" and measures 6.5".

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Navajo Bison Skull Signed Sterling Turquoise Ring

Navajo Bison Skull Signed Sterling Turquoise Ring

Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 14 of 503)      

For your bidding pleasure is this Signed Navajo Bison Skull Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring. This ring is beautifully and wonderfully crafted With a thick 1/2" band with two realistic bison skulls mounted just below the ring face. The ring face has great attention to detail given with adornments of five star stamped circles outlining each side of the ring face with a large Turquoise Mountain turquoise polished stone set into the face. This ring is stamped Sterling and "JAG" for the craftsman. The measurements of this ring are 1 1/2" x 1 1/8" with a ring size of 11 1/4 ring size.

For your bidding pleasure is this Signed Navajo Bison Skull Sterling Silver Turquoise Ring. This ring is beautifully and wonderfully crafted With a thick 1/2" band with t...morewo realistic bison skulls mounted just below the ring face. The ring face has great attention to detail given with adornments of five star stamped circles outlining each side of the ring face with a large Turquoise Mountain turquoise polished stone set into the face. This ring is stamped Sterling and "JAG" for the craftsman. The measurements of this ring are 1 1/2" x 1 1/8" with a ring size of 11 1/4 ring size.

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Navajo Signed Silver Floral Kingman Turquoise Cuff

Navajo Signed Silver Floral Kingman Turquoise Cuff

Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 15 of 503)      

For your bidding pleasure is this Len Adakai Navajo Silver Floral Kingman Turquoise Cuff. Showing beautiful craftsmanship, this cuff joined three pronged silver bars for the cuff portion with two lengths of twisted rope decoration between the prongs on both sides of the cuff. Centered on the cuff are three Floral decorations with three large oblong Kingman turquoise polished stones centered in the decoration. The Ring is stamped Sterling and Marked "LA" for Len Adakai. The measurements of the cuff are 2 3/4" x 2 1/4" and 1 3/8" wide.

For your bidding pleasure is this Len Adakai Navajo Silver Floral Kingman Turquoise Cuff. Showing beautiful craftsmanship, this cuff joined three pronged silver bars for ...morethe cuff portion with two lengths of twisted rope decoration between the prongs on both sides of the cuff. Centered on the cuff are three Floral decorations with three large oblong Kingman turquoise polished stones centered in the decoration. The Ring is stamped Sterling and Marked "LA" for Len Adakai. The measurements of the cuff are 2 3/4" x 2 1/4" and 1 3/8" wide.

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Original C.M. Russell Chromolithograph A Bad Hoss

Original C.M. Russell Chromolithograph A Bad Hoss

Lot # 11 (Sale Order: 16 of 503)      

This is an original authentic 1904 Charles M. Russell chromolithograph titled, “A Bad Hoss” published by Charles Scribner. The piece is signed and dated in the lower left, “CM Russell (Buffalo Skull) 1904 in the plate. This rare original chromolithograph was done during the lifetime of Charles Marion Russell (1864-1926). C.M. Russell is Montana’s finest artist and the most renowned and well-known cowboy artist of the 19th and 20th Century. This piece was published and copyrighted by Charles Scribners Sons of New York and printed by Grignard & Co. The artwork is marked at the bottom left, “COPYRIGHT 1905 CHARLES SCRIBNERS SONS N.Y.” and lower right, “A GRIGNARD & COMPANY, N.Y.”. These chromolithographs are the closest original piece to a true painting and are increasingly rare with only a few being offered on the public market such as A Bad Hoss which sold for $2,160 at Santa Fe Art Auction, A Bad Hoss which sold for $2,070 at Altermann Galleries & Auctioneers and The Custer Fight which sold for $6,000 at Santa Fe Art Auction (shown w/ premiums). The piece has been professionally framed showing a wood and leather wrapped finish. The visible art area is measured 17.25”x12” and the frame is 21.25”x26.25”.

This is an original authentic 1904 Charles M. Russell chromolithograph titled, “A Bad Hoss” published by Charles Scribner. The piece is signed and dated in the lower left...more, “CM Russell (Buffalo Skull) 1904 in the plate. This rare original chromolithograph was done during the lifetime of Charles Marion Russell (1864-1926). C.M. Russell is Montana’s finest artist and the most renowned and well-known cowboy artist of the 19th and 20th Century. This piece was published and copyrighted by Charles Scribners Sons of New York and printed by Grignard & Co. The artwork is marked at the bottom left, “COPYRIGHT 1905 CHARLES SCRIBNERS SONS N.Y.” and lower right, “A GRIGNARD & COMPANY, N.Y.”. These chromolithographs are the closest original piece to a true painting and are increasingly rare with only a few being offered on the public market such as A Bad Hoss which sold for $2,160 at Santa Fe Art Auction, A Bad Hoss which sold for $2,070 at Altermann Galleries & Auctioneers and The Custer Fight which sold for $6,000 at Santa Fe Art Auction (shown w/ premiums). The piece has been professionally framed showing a wood and leather wrapped finish. The visible art area is measured 17.25”x12” and the frame is 21.25”x26.25”.

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Custom Gerome Weinand Skinner Knife w/ Sheath

Custom Gerome Weinand Skinner Knife w/ Sheath

Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 17 of 503)      

Offered in this lot we have a custom Gerome Weinard hunting skinner knife with leather sheath. Weinand is a well known custom knife maker based out of Missoula, Montana. The knife shows a Green River style blade with a orange and green MiCarta grip. The knife is made of polished D2 steel and is marked "Cryogenic Treated Dendritic D2" on one side and "Rod 3 13 09 Weinand" on the other side. The piece features a brown leather sheath and shows good condition overall. The knife measures 7 1/2" long with a 3 3/4" long blade.

Offered in this lot we have a custom Gerome Weinard hunting skinner knife with leather sheath. Weinand is a well known custom knife maker based out of Missoula, Montana. ...moreThe knife shows a Green River style blade with a orange and green MiCarta grip. The knife is made of polished D2 steel and is marked "Cryogenic Treated Dendritic D2" on one side and "Rod 3 13 09 Weinand" on the other side. The piece features a brown leather sheath and shows good condition overall. The knife measures 7 1/2" long with a 3 3/4" long blade.

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Gerome Weinand Damascus Custom Bison Bone Handle

Gerome Weinand Damascus Custom Bison Bone Handle

Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 18 of 503)      

Featured in this lot we have a Gerome Weinand Custom Damascus Hunting Skinner Knife. The knife shows a custom Damascus steel blade with Bison Bone Handle and black leather sheath. This is a early made knife by well known custom Montana knife maker Gerome Weinand. Made early in his career it is marked Lolo, Montana prior to his moving to Missoula. The knife shows a wonderfully patterned Damascus steel steel blade with a vine file pattern across the back of the blade and around the handle. The handle is made of American bison bone grips with steel pins. The blade is marked "Weinand Lolo, MT.". The knife shows good condition overall with some minor wear. It measures 7" long with a 3 1/4" blade.

Featured in this lot we have a Gerome Weinand Custom Damascus Hunting Skinner Knife. The knife shows a custom Damascus steel blade with Bison Bone Handle and black leathe...morer sheath. This is a early made knife by well known custom Montana knife maker Gerome Weinand. Made early in his career it is marked Lolo, Montana prior to his moving to Missoula. The knife shows a wonderfully patterned Damascus steel steel blade with a vine file pattern across the back of the blade and around the handle. The handle is made of American bison bone grips with steel pins. The blade is marked "Weinand Lolo, MT.". The knife shows good condition overall with some minor wear. It measures 7" long with a 3 1/4" blade.

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Michael Prater Buck 110 Custom Painted Pony Knife

Michael Prater Buck 110 Custom Painted Pony Knife

Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 19 of 503)      

Featured in this lot we have a Buck 110 Custom folding knife with custom display case. The buck knife was customized by Michael Prater from Painted Pony Designs located in Flintstone, Georgia. The knife features a handle made of silver and nickel silver and inlayed with designs of sugilite and abalone set into the handle. The handle shows detailed file and hammered designs across the piece and along the top of the blade. The knife blade shows a polished steel blade and is marked "Buck Custom U.S.A." on one side and "Painted 14 Pony by Michael Prater 4" with the Painted Pony logo. The piece comes with a custom display case made of hardwood with a red velvet interior with a cutout for the knife. The glass top of the case is marked "Painted Pony By Michael Prater" etched into the glass. The piece comes with a "Certificate of Authenticity" card certifying the knife was customized by Michael Prater. The knife shows very good condition with some light wear on the case. The knife measures 8 1/2" long with a 3 3/4" long blade and with the case measuring 11" long by 5" wide and 1 1/2" tall when closed.

Featured in this lot we have a Buck 110 Custom folding knife with custom display case. The buck knife was customized by Michael Prater from Painted Pony Designs located i...moren Flintstone, Georgia. The knife features a handle made of silver and nickel silver and inlayed with designs of sugilite and abalone set into the handle. The handle shows detailed file and hammered designs across the piece and along the top of the blade. The knife blade shows a polished steel blade and is marked "Buck Custom U.S.A." on one side and "Painted 14 Pony by Michael Prater 4" with the Painted Pony logo. The piece comes with a custom display case made of hardwood with a red velvet interior with a cutout for the knife. The glass top of the case is marked "Painted Pony By Michael Prater" etched into the glass. The piece comes with a "Certificate of Authenticity" card certifying the knife was customized by Michael Prater. The knife shows very good condition with some light wear on the case. The knife measures 8 1/2" long with a 3 3/4" long blade and with the case measuring 11" long by 5" wide and 1 1/2" tall when closed.

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Belding's Spool Silk Display Cabinet c. 1890

Belding's Spool Silk Display Cabinet c. 1890

Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 20 of 503)      

Available in this lot we have a Belding's spool silk oak display cabinet originating from the late 19th century to early 20th century. The display cabinet shows solid oak paneling construction with a glass top. The case features two sliding racks for silk thread spools, each rack holding 51 spools. The case would have been used in craft and fabric stores as both a display case to show what spools are available and storage to sell from or refill the display. The case is marked in the front is black and glint gold lettering reading "Belding's Spool Silk". The back of the case shows two pull handles on each of the drawers. The display case shows good condition overall with some wear indicative of age. It measures 23 1/4" wide by 16 1/4" deep and 10" tall.

Available in this lot we have a Belding's spool silk oak display cabinet originating from the late 19th century to early 20th century. The display cabinet shows solid oak...more paneling construction with a glass top. The case features two sliding racks for silk thread spools, each rack holding 51 spools. The case would have been used in craft and fabric stores as both a display case to show what spools are available and storage to sell from or refill the display. The case is marked in the front is black and glint gold lettering reading "Belding's Spool Silk". The back of the case shows two pull handles on each of the drawers. The display case shows good condition overall with some wear indicative of age. It measures 23 1/4" wide by 16 1/4" deep and 10" tall.

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Wooly Mammoth Tusk & Gold Nugget Neckerchief Slide

Wooly Mammoth Tusk & Gold Nugget Neckerchief Slide

Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 21 of 503)      

For your consideration is a Wooly Mammoth tusk and gold nugget neckerchief slide. This slide is constructed from an inner growth ring of a Mammoth tusk. The ivory shows a beautiful color gradient ranging from light brown, dark brown, gray and cream. The neckerchief showcases a stylized "S" in rose gold set on a gold background. Additional gold nuggets mined out of Alaska are used as accents. This unique and beautiful piece measures: 2 1/4" x 1 5/8" x 1 3/8" with an interior diameter of 4 7/8".

For your consideration is a Wooly Mammoth tusk and gold nugget neckerchief slide. This slide is constructed from an inner growth ring of a Mammoth tusk. The ivory shows a...more beautiful color gradient ranging from light brown, dark brown, gray and cream. The neckerchief showcases a stylized "S" in rose gold set on a gold background. Additional gold nuggets mined out of Alaska are used as accents. This unique and beautiful piece measures: 2 1/4" x 1 5/8" x 1 3/8" with an interior diameter of 4 7/8".

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Original Signed Watercolor Buffalo Painting

Original Signed Watercolor Buffalo Painting

Lot # 17 (Sale Order: 22 of 503)      

Included in this lot we have a original signed watercolor painting of a American buffalo by Lizzy. This original painting depicts a single buffalo standing in tall grass and surrounded by gnarled trees. The buffalo is painted in warm brown and dull oranges with some grey, contrasting with the backgrounds grey, black, and greens. The piece is signed in the bottom right hand side reading "Lizzy". The watercolor is set into a aluminum frame with a black border around the painting. The piece shows good condition overall with a minor scrape on the frame. The frame measures 26" wide by 23 3/4" tall with the art measuring 21 1/4" wide by 19" tall.

Included in this lot we have a original signed watercolor painting of a American buffalo by Lizzy. This original painting depicts a single buffalo standing in tall grass ...moreand surrounded by gnarled trees. The buffalo is painted in warm brown and dull oranges with some grey, contrasting with the backgrounds grey, black, and greens. The piece is signed in the bottom right hand side reading "Lizzy". The watercolor is set into a aluminum frame with a black border around the painting. The piece shows good condition overall with a minor scrape on the frame. The frame measures 26" wide by 23 3/4" tall with the art measuring 21 1/4" wide by 19" tall.

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Return with Boughs - Cheyennes by E.S. Curtis 1911

Return with Boughs - Cheyennes by E.S. Curtis 1911

Lot # 18 (Sale Order: 23 of 503)      

This is an original E.S. Curtis (American 1868-1952) photogravure titled, "Return with Boughs - Cheyenne" and dated circa 1911. The piece has been printed on the correct Japanese Vellum (a calfskin or goat skin) paper. Edward S. Curtis favored three types of handmade papers for his photogravures: Japanese Vellum, Dutch "Van Gelder" and Japanese Tissue (also known as Indian Proof Paper). This example is marked on the front, "RETURN WITH BOUGHS - CHEYENNE / From Copyright Photograph 1911 by E.S. Curtis" on the front and ia hand written in graphite on the back "E17 / VELLUM". The piece shows four Cheyenne Native American Indians on horseback (and the rear of a fourth at the left most extreme edge of the piece). The center most figure shows what appears to be a man wearing a Cheyenne hide mask.

This is an original E.S. Curtis (American 1868-1952) photogravure titled, "Return with Boughs - Cheyenne" and dated circa 1911. The piece has been printed on the correct ...moreJapanese Vellum (a calfskin or goat skin) paper. Edward S. Curtis favored three types of handmade papers for his photogravures: Japanese Vellum, Dutch "Van Gelder" and Japanese Tissue (also known as Indian Proof Paper). This example is marked on the front, "RETURN WITH BOUGHS - CHEYENNE / From Copyright Photograph 1911 by E.S. Curtis" on the front and ia hand written in graphite on the back "E17 / VELLUM". The piece shows four Cheyenne Native American Indians on horseback (and the rear of a fourth at the left most extreme edge of the piece). The center most figure shows what appears to be a man wearing a Cheyenne hide mask.

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Lakota Sioux Indian Original Photograph c. 1880-

Lakota Sioux Indian Original Photograph c. 1880-

Lot # 18a (Sale Order: 24 of 503)      

The lot features an original photograph showing a grouping of Lakota Sioux Native American Indian men and woman dating to circa 1880 to early 1900's. The Lakota Sioux in the photograph are all wearing impressive dentalium shell and Elk Ivory accented clothing or dresses and long hairpipe bone beaded breast plates. One of the Lakota is holding a purse or sign that reads, "Don't Do With Your Hands What Machines Will Do (and CTH or CHT)". Also seen is a wonderful concho belt trailer and silver coins on the blouse. The photograph is in very good original condition and is of an early age. Truly a wonderful piece most likely taken in Montana, Wyoming, or the Dakota's. Measures overall 7"x 5 1/8".

The lot features an original photograph showing a grouping of Lakota Sioux Native American Indian men and woman dating to circa 1880 to early 1900's. The Lakota Sioux in ...morethe photograph are all wearing impressive dentalium shell and Elk Ivory accented clothing or dresses and long hairpipe bone beaded breast plates. One of the Lakota is holding a purse or sign that reads, "Don't Do With Your Hands What Machines Will Do (and CTH or CHT)". Also seen is a wonderful concho belt trailer and silver coins on the blouse. The photograph is in very good original condition and is of an early age. Truly a wonderful piece most likely taken in Montana, Wyoming, or the Dakota's. Measures overall 7"x 5 1/8".

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1920's Keystone Ride 'Em Steam Roller Steel Toy

1920's Keystone Ride 'Em Steam Roller Steel Toy

Lot # 19 (Sale Order: 25 of 503)      

Offered in this lot we have a Keystone Ride 'Em steam roller steel toy originating from the late 1920's. The roller shows pressed steel construction and was made by Keystone Toy Company. Keystone is known for its highly collectable line of pressed steel toys. This piece shows a steam roller design with the roof functioning as a seat with a steering bar in the front. The piece shows a intact decal reading "Keystone Ride 'Em Reg. U.S. Pat. Off Steam Roller Oil Axles Frequently Keystone MFG. Co. Boston, Mass., U.S.A." set on the right side of the toy. The steam roller is painted in colors of dark grey and red. The piece shows good condition overall with some wear and rusting indicative of age. The roller measures 20" long by 8 1/4" wide and 14" tall.

Offered in this lot we have a Keystone Ride 'Em steam roller steel toy originating from the late 1920's. The roller shows pressed steel construction and was made by Keyst...moreone Toy Company. Keystone is known for its highly collectable line of pressed steel toys. This piece shows a steam roller design with the roof functioning as a seat with a steering bar in the front. The piece shows a intact decal reading "Keystone Ride 'Em Reg. U.S. Pat. Off Steam Roller Oil Axles Frequently Keystone MFG. Co. Boston, Mass., U.S.A." set on the right side of the toy. The steam roller is painted in colors of dark grey and red. The piece shows good condition overall with some wear and rusting indicative of age. The roller measures 20" long by 8 1/4" wide and 14" tall.

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