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Collector Firearm & Western Antique Auction

by North American Auction Company
Sat, Apr  27, 2019  10:00 AM   Mountain

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Archaic Kentucky Dovetail Spear Point 9000-6000 BC Archaic Kentucky Dovetail Spear Point 9000-6000 BC

Archaic Kentucky Dovetail Spear Point 9000-6000 BC

Lot #1 (Sale Order 1 of 491)

Available for sale is an exceptional ancient pre-historic notched dovetail or St. Charles long spear point. The point shows a deep beautiful black flint material and is in excellent well-preserved museum quality condition. This is an authentic original dovetail notched spear point was collected in Kentucky. The spear point has an old collection museum tag that reads, “FM594 KY”. The riker case which is from the original collector is marked on the rear, “228-A5 Archaic 4 ½” Dovetail Black flint point Kentucky Book Value $1,300.00 G-8 Ralph Morgan 200 E. Texas D-200” and “4 ½ DOVETAIL G-8 value 1300 KT pg. 651 / 476”. This 9000-6000 BC artifact is from the Kentucky Native American Indians and is an exceptionally fine spear point. Provenance: From a multi-generation artifact collection spanning 80-100 years from Las Cruzes, New Mexico. The point is in excellent condition and measures 4 1/2”L x 1 3/8”W. Riker case is 4.5”x5.5” and 1” thick.

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Archaic Pogo Point from Dayton, TN 2800-2000 BP Archaic Pogo Point from Dayton, TN 2800-2000 BP

Archaic Pogo Point from Dayton, TN 2800-2000 BP

Lot #2 (Sale Order 2 of 491)

This is an original authentic ancient pre-historic Pogo projectile point from Dayton, Tennessee dating to 2,800-2,000 B.P. The Pogo point can has been defined as such, “a ceremonial spears… these are commonly (very) well made, but not commonly found…” Dee Ann Suhm, Edward Kriger, and Alex Jelks (1954). The spear point has an old collection museum tag that reads, “7779 DAYTON TN”. The riker case which is from the original collector is marked on the rear, “238-A4 Archaic 4 1/8” POGO flint point Dayton, Tenn. Book Value $400.00 Ralph Morgan G-10 E. Texas D-95” and “4 1/8” POGO G-10 VALUE 400.00 DAYTON, TN D-95 pg. 645”. This 2800-2000 BP artifact is from the East Texas Native American Indians and is an exceptionally fine spear point. Provenance: From a multi-generation artifact collection spanning 80-100 years from Las Cruzes, New Mexico. The point is in excellent condition and measures 4 1/4”L x 1 1/8”W. Riker case is 4.5”x5.5” and 1” thick.

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Scottsbluff Pre-Historic Artfifact 9500-7000 B.P. Scottsbluff Pre-Historic Artfifact 9500-7000 B.P.

Scottsbluff Pre-Historic Artfifact 9500-7000 B.P.

Lot #2a (Sale Order 2 of 491)

The lot features an authentic original Pre-Historic Scottsbluff spear point artifact collected from Cass County Missouri. The paleo neo-lithic point comes with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA) from Gregory's Antiquities which states this as being an authentic original Scottsbluff point dating from 9500 to 7000 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 indead original. This is by far the best Scottsbluff Arrowhead we have offered for sale. The piece shows a Grade of 10+ or G10 making it of the highest collectible nature. The piece measures overall 5 1/4 inches in length by 1 3/8 inches wide.

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Margot de Taxco Blue Enamel Snake Necklace Margot de Taxco Blue Enamel Snake Necklace

Margot de Taxco Blue Enamel Snake Necklace

Lot #3 (Sale Order 3 of 491)

This is an increasingly rare original Margot Van Voorhies Carr Taxco, Mexico sterling silver necklace from the circa 1950’s. The Margot De Taxco Sterling silver piece shows the iconic sterling silver and enameled articulated snake design in the ever so desirable stylings and hand crafted high-quality known by this renowned silversmith. Margot Van Voorhies Carr is considered by most to be the absolute premier silversmith to emerge from the incredibly high-quality Taxco region. The necklace is composed of twenty nine articulated sterling silver links forming the body of the snake, each decorated with speckled blue enamel. The necklace is marked with the correct light Margot De Taxco hallmarks and “925 MEXICO TF-08”. The piece originates from the 1940's or 1950’s and shows very good condition overall. Other less detailed and lighter constructed pieces from Margot de Taxco have sold at auction such as the Silver & Enamel Snake by Heritage Auctions for $4,250 in 2014, the necklace / earring / and bracelet set sold by Heritage Auction for $3,000 in 2014, the fish necklace sold by Philip Weiss Auctions for $2,500 in 2009 and the serpent piece sold by Rago Arts and Auction Center for $3,250 in 2013. This piece exhibits a much more detailed and heavier construction than any other example currently or previously brought to sale. Unclasped the necklace measures 18.75". Snakeform.

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Margot de Taxco Blue Enamel Snake Earrings Margot de Taxco Blue Enamel Snake Earrings

Margot de Taxco Blue Enamel Snake Earrings

Lot #3a (Sale Order 3 of 491)

This is an increasingly rare original Margot Van Voorhies Carr Taxco, Mexico sterling silver earrings from the circa 1950’s. The Margot De Taxco Sterling silver piece shows the iconic sterling silver and enameled articulated snake design in the ever so desirable stylings and hand crafted high-quality known by this renowned silversmith. Margot Van Voorhies Carr is considered by most to be the absolute premier silversmith to emerge from the incredibly high-quality Taxco region. These are the exact match to the necklace sold in the previous lot. The piece originates from the 1940's or 1950’s and shows very good condition overall. Other less detailed and lighter constructed pieces from Margot de Taxco have sold at auction such as the Silver & Enamel Snake by Heritage Auctions for $4,250 in 2014, the necklace / earring / and bracelet set sold by Heritage Auction for $3,000 in 2014, the fish necklace sold by Philip Weiss Auctions for $2,500 in 2009 and the serpent piece sold by Rago Arts and Auction Center for $3,250 in 2013. This piece exhibits a much more detailed and heavier construction than any other example currently or previously brought to sale. Unclasped the necklace measures 18.75". Snakeform.

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Navajo Signed Royston Turquoise & Silver Necklace Navajo Signed Royston Turquoise & Silver Necklace

Navajo Signed Royston Turquoise & Silver Necklace

Lot #4 (Sale Order 4 of 491)

For your consideration is a signed Navajo Native American Royston turquoise and sterling silver necklace. This stunning piece features a multi strand necklace strung with Royston turquoise and accented with Branch Coral nuggets and sterling silver beads. The pendant is a beautiful Dragonfly design with wings inlaid with larger Royston Turquoise and the body and eyes inlaid with Branch Coral. The pendant is signed B Lee and stamped sterling. The pendant measures 2.5" x 3" and the necklace measures 21.75" when unstrung.

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Zuni Signed Sterling Silver Inlaid Bolo Tie Zuni Signed Sterling Silver Inlaid Bolo Tie

Zuni Signed Sterling Silver Inlaid Bolo Tie

Lot #5 (Sale Order 5 of 491)

For your consideration is a signed Zuni sterling silver inlaid bolo tie. This bolo is a wonderful display of Zuni craftsmanship. The pendant is inlaid with abalone, sleeping beauty turquoise, and brown agate. The pendant is signed R. Ortiz attributing to the silver purity. The braided leather tie is in good shape and is capped with a sterling silver aglet tips. The bolo measures 1.5" x 2.75". The tie measures 19" long.

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Sioux Fully Beaded Awl Case Sioux Fully Beaded Awl Case

Sioux Fully Beaded Awl Case

Lot #6 (Sale Order 6 of 491)

This lot features a wonderful Sioux fully beaded awl case. The case shows a parfelche lining that is covered in Indian tanned hide and accented by period correct early glass trade seed beads sewn with sinew. The beadwork shows a wonderful geometric linear pattern in blue, green, yellow and white. The piece shows excellent construction and good condition. It measures 16" long from the top to the bottom of the tassels.

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Sioux Native American Fully Beaded Arm Bands Sioux Native American Fully Beaded Arm Bands

Sioux Native American Fully Beaded Arm Bands

Lot #7 (Sale Order 7 of 491)

Available for your bidding pleasure we have a wonderful matched set of fully beaded Sioux Native American arm bands. The arm bands are are constructed from Great American Bison Buffalo Indian tanned hide that is fully decorated with glass trade seed beads in a traditional geometric pattern having a fancy beaded edge. The set shows very good condition. The measure 10" by 2".

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Blackfoot Native American Beaded Dress circa 1900 Blackfoot Native American Beaded Dress circa 1900

Blackfoot Native American Beaded Dress circa 1900

Lot #8 (Sale Order 8 of 491)

Available for your bidding pleasure we have an exceptional Blackfoot Native American Indian beaded buckskin dress. The dress shows a two piece construction, sewn together near the waist. The dress flows elegantly and has beautiful beaded detail. The neck, and shoulders of the dress show full coverage with trade seed beads and, in a geometric motif. The seed beads include; green, grey, yellow and orange. The are a couple rips in the dress and some missing design but overall the piece is in good condition given it's age. The dress measures 35" from the shoulder seam, to the bottom of the dress.

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Temperate Rain Forest Amazonian Theme Pot Temperate Rain Forest Amazonian Theme Pot

Temperate Rain Forest Amazonian Theme Pot

Lot #9 (Sale Order 9 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure is this Temperate Rain Forest Amazon Theme Pot. This pot is well crafted and wheel thrown. It has delightful coloration to the glaze and stain with a speckled earthy background to the greens of the leaves browns of the branches, to the reds of the floral design, and last but not least the two parrots expertly carved and glazed with a lifelike appearance. The measurements of this pot are 5 7/8" x 5" with a 3 1/4" diameter mouth.

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1800's Montana Blackfoot Beaded Moccasins 1800's Montana Blackfoot Beaded Moccasins

1800's Montana Blackfoot Beaded Moccasins

Lot #10 (Sale Order 10 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure are these 1800's Montana Blackfoot Beaded Moccasins. These moccasins have seed glass trade beaded design on Indian tanned hide moccasins from the Blackfoot Native American Indian Nation. The condition these moccasins are in is fair with a rip in the leather on the left toe with some holes on bottom of left foot. The bead work also is in good condition with some missing beads but ultimately retaining the majority of the original design which is surprising with how old these are. The measurements of these moccasins are 9" x 3 1/4".

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Green Chinese Cherry Blossom Cloisonne Vase Green Chinese Cherry Blossom Cloisonne Vase

Green Chinese Cherry Blossom Cloisonne Vase

Lot #11 (Sale Order 11 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure is this Green Chinese Cherry Blossom Cloisonne Vase. In antiquity, the cloisonné technique was mostly used for jewellery and small fittings for clothes, weapons or similar small objects decorated with geometric or schematic designs, with thick cloison walls. By the 14th century this enamel technique had spread to China, where it was soon used for much larger vessels such as bowls and vases; the technique remains common in China to the present day, and cloisonné enamel objects using Chinese-derived styles were produced in the West from the 18th century. The vase has a globular body that rises to a tall, fluted cylindrical neck with a flared rim. This Cloisonne vase has a green field with blossoms along one side with a bird flying into it, and some water splashing along trunk. There is a lone purple floral sprout on the opposite side. The measurements of this vase are 10 1/2" x 6 1/2" with the diameter of the mouth measuring 4"

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Buffalo Bill Cody Stampede Poster by Bob Coronato Buffalo Bill Cody Stampede Poster by Bob Coronato

Buffalo Bill Cody Stampede Poster by Bob Coronato

Lot #12 (Sale Order 12 of 491)

This is an original Buffalo Bill Cody (Wyoming) Stampede poster by Bob Coronato. The poster was made in a 19th century style with graphics of a bronc rider in the center and Buffalo Bill near the bottom. The poster has been hand signed by the artist as well. The Buffalo Bill Cody Stampede poster is in very good condition. It measures 17.5" x 38.75". Posters will ship without backing.

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Black Hills Round-up Rodeo Poster Bob Coronato Black Hills Round-up Rodeo Poster Bob Coronato

Black Hills Round-up Rodeo Poster Bob Coronato

Lot #13 (Sale Order 13 of 491)

This is an original Black Hills, South Dakota rodeo poster by Western artist, Bob Coronato. The poster shows fantastic 19th century style with graphics of a bronc rider in the center and Seth Bullock near the bottom. The artist incorporates amazing detail with an arresting, vintage typeface to give the poster accessibility while packing it with content. The rodeo poster is in very good condition. It has been signed by the artist. The poster measures 17.5" x 38.75". Posters will ship without backing.

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Miles City Bucking Horse Sale Poster Bob Coronato Miles City Bucking Horse Sale Poster Bob Coronato

Miles City Bucking Horse Sale Poster Bob Coronato

Lot #14 (Sale Order 14 of 491)

Featured in this lot is a poster by artist Bob Coronato entitled "Miles City Montana The World-Renowned Bucking Horse Sale". The poster shows exquisite design with bucking bronco featured in the center and various other pictorial design elements, such as: a street dance illustration, cowboy on a bicycle, and written details about the famous event. The poster also shows subtle features like a column of ancient/native symbols down both sides of the poster. This poster is in very good condition and measures 38.5" x 17.5". Posters will ship without backing.

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Portraits From North American Indian Life Portraits From North American Indian Life

Portraits From North American Indian Life

Lot #15 (Sale Order 15 of 491)

Available for your bidding pleasure we have a book of Portraits From North American Indian Life by Edward S. Curtis. The introduction to this book was written by A.D Coleman and T.C. McLuhan. This is an incredible book with stunning images documenting Native American history. The book is in very good condition. There are some flaws to the cover but the page integrity is of good value and in very good condition. The book measures 18" X 15".

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Montana Territory Knives Damascus Etched Buffalo Montana Territory Knives Damascus Etched Buffalo

Montana Territory Knives Damascus Etched Buffalo

Lot #15a (Sale Order 15 of 491)

This is an original handmade high-quality twisted Damascus knife from the Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana. The knife shows a Great American Bison Buffalo scrimshaw artwork with Turquoise inlays and is one of our more artful knives The 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 random wave Damascus pattern with immense detail. The hollow grind full tang blade has been paired with this fine wild animal bone scales that are accented by the polished stainless steel bolster and pommel along with four large polished gem quality Turquoise stone inlays, a truly artful addition. The scales are held onto the full tang blade with two mosaic pins of copper and brass. At the end of the pommel shows a pierced lanyard hole. The back of the blade tang shows intricate hand done vine file engraving work which artfully accents the already beautiful handmade knife. The blade is a great Every Day Carry (EDC) hunting skinning camp knife. The knife has been paired with a Great American Bison Buffalo leather hand crafted sheath which has been partially hand tooled. The knife is in brand new condition and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity along with a Lifetime warranty. The blade is marked with the “MONTANA TERRITORY KNIVES BOZEMAN MONTANA” stamping which shows the outline of Montana. The knife measures overall 8 3/8” in length with the blade being 4” long. The sheath measures 9” by 2.75”.

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Montana Territory Knives Indian Chief Scrimshaw Montana Territory Knives Indian Chief Scrimshaw

Montana Territory Knives Indian Chief Scrimshaw

Lot #15b (Sale Order 15 of 491)

This is an original handmade bowie hunting knife from the Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana. The piece features a D2 high-carbon, high-chromium, air hardening tool steel that makes for an effective combination of wear resistance and toughness. The knife has been forged from D2 Tool Steel and then blacksmith hammered along the blade for a rustic natural iron appeal. The piece has been paired with an exquisite set of premium wild animal bone scales that have been artfully scrimshawed showing a Native American Indian Chief standing, wearing a full feather headdress. The knife has been paired with a Great American Bison Buffalo leather hand crafted sheath which has been partially hand tooled. The knife is in brand new condition and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity along with a Lifetime warranty. The blade is marked with the “MONTANA TERRITORY KNIVES BOZEMAN MONTANA” stamping which shows the outline of Montana. The knife measures overall 11” in length with the blade being 6”.

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Montana Territory Knives Wave Damascus & Turquoise Montana Territory Knives Wave Damascus & Turquoise

Montana Territory Knives Wave Damascus & Turquoise

Lot #15c (Sale Order 15 of 491)

This is an original handmade high-quality twisted Damascus knife from the Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana. The knife shows a Rocky Mountain Ram horn grip scales with dual turquoise inlays and is one of our more artful knives. The 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 wave Damascus pattern with immense detail. The hollow grind full tang blade has been paired with this fine wild animal bone scales that are accented by the polished stainless-steel bolster along with four large polished gem quality Turquoise stone inlays, a truly artful addition. The turquoise is both a green/blue typical turquoise with black matrix and an exotic red turquoise with black matrix. The scales are held onto the full tang blade with one large mosaic pin of copper and brass along with three other brass pins. At the end of the handle shows a pierced lanyard hole. The back of the blade tang shows intricate hand done vine file engraving work which artfully accents the already beautiful handmade knife. The blade is a great Every Day Carry (EDC) slight drop point large blade bowie knife. 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 along with a Lifetime warranty. The blade is marked with the “MONTANA TERRITORY KNIVES BOZEMAN MONTANA” stamping which shows the outline of Montana. The knife measures overall 8 7/8” in length with the blade being 4.25” long. The sheath measures 8” by 3.5”.

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Steyr-Hahn M1912 9mm Steyr c.1914 Steyr-Hahn M1912 9mm Steyr c.1914

Steyr-Hahn M1912 9mm Steyr c.1914

Lot #16 (Sale Order 16 of 491)

Offered for sale is a Steyr-Hahn M1912 pistol chambered in 9mm Steyr. The pistol features a blue'd steel frame and slide, 5" barrel, 8-round clip loaded internal box magazine, and checkered grips. In 1911, the regular Army was equipped with the striker-fired 8mm M1907 Roth-Steyr. To arm the Austrian Landwehr, a form of National Guard, the government of the Kaiser needed a new and modern pistol. While the regulars had a new handgun, the reservists of the Landwher still had to make due with old Gasser revolvers. With war in the neighboring Balkans and a looming crisis with Tsarist Russia, the time for an upgrade was at hand. By 1914, the new Steyr pistol was in service with the Austrian Army just in time for World War 1. Compared to the other European pistols of the Great War, with the possible exception of the British .455 Webley, the 1912 was a most formidable opponent. It soon proved superior in the harsh mountain and trench fighting against the Russians, Serbs, and Italians. It proved so popular that many more Steyr 1912s were ordered than the ‘standard’ pistol, the 1907 Roth-Steyr. The pistol is marked on the left side "9mm Steyr Austria - Steyr 1914 - Vega SAO CA. - S." The right side of the trigger guard is marked "W.n. 15". This pistol is in good condition, showing much if not all of the original blue finish and pristine checkered walnut hardwood grips. This pistol was manufactured in 1914. Serial Number: 9657. Curio & Relic pistol. FFL transfer or NICS background check.

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Eddystone U.S. Model of 1917 Bolt Action Rifle Eddystone U.S. Model of 1917 Bolt Action Rifle

Eddystone U.S. Model of 1917 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #17 (Sale Order 17 of 491)

For bidding in this lot is a finely sporterized version of the US made Eddystone Enfield Model 1917, chambered in .30-06 Springfield. Remington and Eddystone (a subsidiary of Remington set up principally to manufacture the P14) began to manufacture this model when the US entered the war in 1917. This example features a Bushnell 3x-9x scope, 5-round stripper fed magazine, sporterized walnut stock, and contrasted by an exceptional 24" blue'd barrel. The rifle is marked "U.S Model of 1917 Eddystone" on the receiver. This rifle shows good condition. The markings and stampings have been filled off of the barrel and there are light handling marks to the walnut fixtures. The rifle also shows a tight action, and a good bore, showing strong rifling with some darkness. Serial Number: 982128. This rifle qualifies as a Curio & Relic Long Gun, and requires FFL Transfer or NICS. Background Check.

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Marlin Model 39 .22 Caliber Lever Action Rifle Marlin Model 39 .22 Caliber Lever Action Rifle

Marlin Model 39 .22 Caliber Lever Action Rifle

Lot #18 (Sale Order 18 of 491)

For your consideration is a Marlin Model 39 .22 caliber Lever Action Rifle. This wonderful rifle utilizes a 24" blue'd octagonal barrel with fixed blade front sight and Lyman adjustable rear sight. The case hardening on the receiver has faded over the years. The barrel is marked "The Marlin Firearms Corporation - New Haven Conn. U.S.A. Patented" on the top and " 22 S - L & L. R" on the left. The fore grip is checkered with a traditional diamond pattern and the pistol grip on the stock showcases a lovely detailed checkering. The action is smooth and the bore is in good condition with sharp rifling. Serial Number: S5699. This firearm qualifies as a Curio & Relic Long Gun, and requires FFL Transfer or NICS Background Check.

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Remington 700 .243 WIN Bolt Action Rifle Remington 700 .243 WIN Bolt Action Rifle

Remington 700 .243 WIN Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #19 (Sale Order 19 of 491)

This is a Remington Model 700 bolt action rifle chambered in the .243 Win. caliber. The rifle features a round blue'd steel barrel and receiver with a checkered figured walnut hardwood stock. The rifle has the original open sporting sights and has been fitted with a Bushnell Scope. The receiver is marked "Remington Model 700" and features a jeweled bolt. The barrel is marked on the left side "Remington Arms Co. Inc. Ilion, N.Y. Made in U.S.A. .243 Win.". The Remington Model 700 is in good condition. It measures 41.25" long with a 22" barrel. Serial number: 6433382. This is a modern manufactured rifle and requires a NICS Background Check or FFL Transfer.

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Remington Nylon 66 .22 Semi-Automatic Rifle Remington Nylon 66 .22 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Remington Nylon 66 .22 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #20 (Sale Order 20 of 491)

For your consideration is a Remington Nylon 66 .22 Semi-Automatic Rifle. The rifle features a Mohawk Brown stock with blue receiver. The blue'd barrel measures 19 1/8" long and is marked "Remington 22 L.R. Only." This is very collectible and was produced in an effort to make a gun that would not require any lubricants and therefore is widely used in the Arctic Circle. This gun has a smooth auto action with a tube fed stock. This rifle is a fantastic addition to any of the Nylon 66 collections and was only made for a very short period. The rifle comes with a 4 x 15 scope. This firearm was manufactured in Nov. 1977. Serial Number: A2108141. This is a modern firearm and requires a FFL transfer or NICS background check.

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Precision Industries .22 Wildcat Rifle Precision Industries .22 Wildcat Rifle

Precision Industries .22 Wildcat Rifle

Lot #20a (Sale Order 20 of 491)

For your consideration is a Precision Industries .22 Wildcat rifle. This skeleton frame rifle features wood grain stamped plastic furniture. The blue'd round 17 1/4" barrel is chambered for .22 short, long or long rifle. It has a fixed blade front sight and a buckhorn rear sight. The receiver has a grey parkerized finish and is stamped "Precision Ind. Arms Div. Oz. MO. USA". This rifle features a side break action to load and pump ejector. The single shot rifle is in good condition with a light patina forming over the barrel. Serial Number: B111815. This firearm qualifies as a Curio & Relic Long Gun, and requires FFL Transfer or NICS Background Check.

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Kilim Flat Weave Wool Persian Rug Kilim Flat Weave Wool Persian Rug

Kilim Flat Weave Wool Persian Rug

Lot #21 (Sale Order 21 of 491)

Included in this lot we have a Persian Kilim flat weave wool rug. The rug shows geometric patterns of tan thread on a field of dark blue. The center of the rug shows a red rectangular pattern with red patterns in the field. Kilim denotes a pile less textile of many uses produced by one of several flat weaving techniques that have a common or closely related heritage and are practiced in the geographical area that includes parts of Turkey (Anatolia and Thrace), North Africa, the Balkans, the Caucasus, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Central Asia and China. The piece shows good condition overall with some minor wear. The rug measures 70 1/2" wide by 122" long

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Persian Mashad Hand Woven Rug Persian Mashad Hand Woven Rug

Persian Mashad Hand Woven Rug

Lot #22 (Sale Order 22 of 491)

Offered in this lot we have a Persian Mashad hand woven wool rug. The rug shows the intricate patterns and designs of trees and birds. The rug is made of colorful thread of red, blue, green, white, yellow, and black. The rug shows a stepped border with fringes at each end. The rug shows good condition overall with some fraying at the edges. The rug measures 53 1/2" wide by 73" long.

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Persian Tabriz Style Hand Woven Wool Rug Persian Tabriz Style Hand Woven Wool Rug

Persian Tabriz Style Hand Woven Wool Rug

Lot #23 (Sale Order 23 of 491)

Featured in this lot we have a Persian Tabriz style hand woven wool rug. The rug shows exceptional craftsmanship, and displays a pallet of tan, brown, yellow, and light brown. The piece shows floral patterns with a intricate medallions. The rug shows good condition overall with some spots of discoloration. It measures 59 1/2" wide by 101" long.

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1966 The Hobbit Collectors Edition By Tolkien 1966 The Hobbit Collectors Edition By Tolkien

1966 The Hobbit Collectors Edition By Tolkien

Lot #24 (Sale Order 24 of 491)

For your consideration is this copy of the collector's edition of the Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien printed in 1966. This deluxe collector's edition of Tolkien's the Hobbit is boxed and bound in green leather with gold and red foil Norse rune lettering along the spine and cover. The book includes a number of two color illustrations including two pages showing Thror's map. The book is in very good condition with little to no signs of use. The book in the case measures 9 1/2" tall by 7" wide by 1 1/2" thick.

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Story of the Wreck of the Titanic Memorial Edition Story of the Wreck of the Titanic Memorial Edition

Story of the Wreck of the Titanic Memorial Edition

Lot #25 (Sale Order 25 of 491)

For your consideration is this Memorial edition of 'Story of the Wreck of the Titanic, The Ocean's Greatest Disaster' edited by Marshall Everett and printed in 1912. The book is a compilation of first hand accounts from surviving passengers on the titanic, as well as information about the ship itself, and other information regarding the subject. The book is in good condition for its age with some minor wear in places. The book measures 8 1/4" tall by 6" wide and 1 1/2" thick.

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Life of Ulysses Grant Headley Leather Bound 1868 Life of Ulysses Grant Headley Leather Bound 1868

Life of Ulysses Grant Headley Leather Bound 1868

Lot #26 (Sale Order 26 of 491)

For your consideration is this exceedingly rare authentic original first edition leather bound 1868 The Life of Ulysses S. Grant by Hon. J.T. Headley. This was a special edition book sold only by subscription with very few copies still remaining. The book tells the thrilling true tail of our Gneral-In-Chief and later President of these United States with excellent illustrations. The book was published by E.B. Treat & Co., Publishers 654 Broadway New York along with C.W. Lilley Chicago, ILL. A.L. Talcott, Puttsburg, PA., A.H. Hubbard Philadelphia, PA., A. Roman & Co. San Francisco, CAL. Printed by The Trow & Smith Book Manufacturing Company, New York. The book shows the original rare hard leather binding with gilt gold framed pages. The cover shows an excellent pressed paisely leaf design framing a gilt gold portrait of General Ulysses S. Grant, with the rear cover having a mirror of the front without gilt. The spine is marked in gilt lettering and shows the U.S. Eagle. The books shows signs of use, but is in good condition for being 150 years old. Measures 8 3/8"L x 5 5/8"W x 1 5/8" Thick.

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Winnie-The-Pooh by A.A. Milne 1926 Winnie-The-Pooh by A.A. Milne 1926

Winnie-The-Pooh by A.A. Milne 1926

Lot #27 (Sale Order 27 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure, we have a Winnie-the-Pooh book by A. A. Milne with decorations by Ernest H. Shepard. This book was published in 1926 by E. P. Dutton & Company. This book boasts 158 pages with gilt lettering and design on the cover. The previous owners name is inscribed on th front sheet but otherwise this book is in excellent condition considering its age. This vintage piece would make an excellent collectors item. It measures 7 3/4" X 5 1/4".

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1920's Copper/ Aluminum Horse Trade Sign Holder 1920's Copper/ Aluminum Horse Trade Sign Holder

1920's Copper/ Aluminum Horse Trade Sign Holder

Lot #28 (Sale Order 28 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure is this 1920's Copper/ Aluminum Horse Trade Sign Holder. This is a really well crafted trade sign holder with a picture of a running horse with its tail trailing behind it. The sign is in good condition with a small crack to the post support. The measurements for this sign are 9 1/2" x 16 1/4 x 2 3/4"; the measurement for sign attachments are 7".

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Anaconda Mining Co Plumbing Advertising Sign Anaconda Mining Co Plumbing Advertising Sign

Anaconda Mining Co Plumbing Advertising Sign

Lot #29 (Sale Order 29 of 491)

Featured in this lot we have a Anaconda mining company plumbing advertising sign originating from the early to mid 20th century. The advertising sign shows the Anaconda logo at the top along with an advertisement for a New York plumbing company. Anaconda Copper Mining Company was founded in 1881 out of Anaconda, Montana and was a large international mining company until it shut down in 1983. The sign shows a yellow/ tan background with green lettering reading "Anaconda from mine to consumer - Brass pipe and copper tubes installed by Bob's Plumbing service 57 Springville - Eggertsville, N.Y. Phone PA 2317" across the front. The piece is constructed out of metal sheeting with one painted side. The sign shows good condition for its age with wear and chipped paint primarily across the sides and bottom. The piece measures 23 5/8" tall by 17 5/8" wide.

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Hand Carved & Painted BTS Caviness Paddle Hand Carved & Painted BTS Caviness Paddle

Hand Carved & Painted BTS Caviness Paddle

Lot #30 (Sale Order 30 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure is this Hand Carved & Painted BTS Caviness Paddle. This hand carved & painted paddle is named "Brook Trout," and is carved and painted by Jon R. Dennis a master woodcarver. The paddle that is decorated is from Caviness woodworking Co. and is part of thew "Featherbrand" line of paddles. The artwork this paddle exhibits is a brook trout that has beautiful greens and oranges with some decoration to the paddle handle itself. With his signature and identifying marks to the opposite side of paddle. The measurements of the paddle are 46 1/2" long and a 17" x 6" blade.

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Wooden Chair w/ "Smoke Piedmont" Porcelain Sign

Lot #31 (Sale Order 31 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure is this Wooden Chair w/ "Smoke Piedmont" Porcelain Sign. This folding chair is in good working condition, some of the hardware is slightly worn and areas like the legs and seat have the finish worn a bit. The sign encased in the back of the seat is porcelain with "Smoke Piedmont the Cigarette of Quality" painted white with blue background. on the wood just below the sign is written in black paint " Save the Coupons," and similarly written in cursive black paint is "Piedmont Cigarettes." This chair measures on 2-sides an overall 31" x 16" and seat is 17" height.

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Rustic Hardwood Peeled Aspen Log Bar Stools Rustic Hardwood Peeled Aspen Log Bar Stools

Rustic Hardwood Peeled Aspen Log Bar Stools

Lot #32 (Sale Order 32 of 491)

Available for your bidding pleasure we have a set of rustic aspen hardwood bar stools. The stools are constructed with peeled aspen logs and show a beautiful blonde color. The stools are in good condition overall, however there is some minor splitting present. The stools measure 24 1/2" tall and the seat 9 3/4" X 11".

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Antique Drop-Leaf Farm Table Antique Drop-Leaf Farm Table

Antique Drop-Leaf Farm Table

Lot #33 (Sale Order 33 of 491)

This is an antique drop-leaf farm table. The table is made from solid fir and features a folding leaf on each side with beautifully turned spindle legs. The table shows a wonderful patina with a cherry toned finish. The antique farm table is in good condition. It measures 20.75" x 36" and is 29.75" tall. With the leaves extended, the table measures 36| x 40.5".

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Late Victorian Brass and White Onyx Lamp Stand Late Victorian Brass and White Onyx Lamp Stand

Late Victorian Brass and White Onyx Lamp Stand

Lot #34 (Sale Order 34 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure is this Late Victorian Brass and White Onyx Lamp Stand. The White Onyx polished stone has a yellowish tint to it, with some spider webbing where the stone pressurized and produced a carbon vein; it is a square tile set on a brass lamp stand. The brass lamp stand has a floral pattern to it with pierced leaf borders of cast brass metal supported by four S-shaped legs of tubular brass. The measurements of this lamp stand is 31" x 14 3/4".

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Mid-Century Modern Cypress & Geode Table Mid-Century Modern Cypress & Geode Table

Mid-Century Modern Cypress & Geode Table

Lot #35 (Sale Order 35 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure is this Cypress Epoxy and Geode Table Top w/ Stand. This table is well made with the cypress trunk centered with painted gold rocks surrounding geode's. The epoxy covers everything keeping it all snug together making a nice tabletop from the top with painted black sides so the focus comes down from on top. The stand, made from cypress also, has a plywood barrier so the table fits better on the thinner stump. The measurements of this table are 16 3/4" x 4' at its widest point.

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Widgeon Decoy Pair by Patrick Vincenti Widgeon Decoy Pair by Patrick Vincenti

Widgeon Decoy Pair by Patrick Vincenti

Lot #36 (Sale Order 36 of 491)

For your consideration is a Widgeon Pair by Patrick Vincenti. Patrick Vincenti is a carver out of Havre de Grace, Maryland. Vincenti's decoys are hand crafted in the Chesapeake Bay style. He became a full time decoy maker in 1986. His work has been displayed at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C. and their decoys have been purchased and sold at many Ducks Unlimited functions across the United States. This pair of Widgeon decoys is a wonderful display of the craftsmanship by Vincenti. The paint on this pair is in good condition.

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Bufflehead Decoy Pair by Patrick Vincenti Bufflehead Decoy Pair by Patrick Vincenti

Bufflehead Decoy Pair by Patrick Vincenti

Lot #37 (Sale Order 37 of 491)

For your consideration is a Bufflehead Pair by Patrick Vincenti. Patrick Vincenti is a carver out of Havre de Grace, Maryland. Vincenti's decoys are hand crafted in the Chesapeake Bay style. He became a full time decoy maker in 1986. His work has been displayed at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C. and their decoys have been purchased and sold at many Ducks Unlimited functions across the United States. This pair of Bufflehead decoys is a wonderful display of the craftsmanship by Vincenti. The paint on this pair is in fair condition with some slight damage to the drake.

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Spyderco Police Turquoise & Mother of Pearl Knife Spyderco Police Turquoise & Mother of Pearl Knife

Spyderco Police Turquoise & Mother of Pearl Knife

Lot #38 (Sale Order 38 of 491)

This is an exceptional gem turquoise and mother of pearl inlaid handled Spyderco Police model knife. This knife is a collaboration of Spyderco and Santa Fe Stonework's showing an original Spyderco Police model with custom hand made gem quality Royston Mine Turquoise and spider web mosaic inlay having high quality mother of pearl and silver. The turquoise shows a bright gem quality with excellent large polished size. The Police model stainless steel knife shows a ATS-55 Steel fully serrated blade with "SPYDERCO VG-10" and "POLICE" marked on the front. ("SEKI0CITY JAPAN" marked on the back). This fanning spider web design is exclusively made by Santa Fe Stoneworks for Spyderco and is in a very limited supply. The knife is brand new. This is truly one of the finest inlaid knives of such a great knife quality we have offered for sale. Measures overall 9.5"L when open with a 4.25"L blade and is 5 3/8"L when closed.

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Wooly Mammoth Tooth & Raindrop Damascus Knife Wooly Mammoth Tooth & Raindrop Damascus Knife

Wooly Mammoth Tooth & Raindrop Damascus Knife

Lot #39 (Sale Order 39 of 491)

This is an original handmade custom knife showing a folded forged raindrop Damascus blade with premium Wooly Mammoth Tooth inlay grips. The knife is from Santa Fe Stone-works. The grip shows a very rare ancient pre-historic Wooly Mammoth fossilized tooth inlay that is accented by a strip of black onyx, mother of pearl and silver linings. The blade shows a "Sanmai Damascus" which has a core of VG-10 "super stainless steel" with 16 layers of SUS410 high carbon stainless steel on each side making an over 33 layer work of art. This is a liner lock knife showing a 4"L body and 3.25"L blade with belt / pocket clip. The knife comes with the original Santa Fe Stoneworks Wooly Mammoth box and original paper work. This is a brand new knife.

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Navajo Turquoise & Coral Inlaid Buffalo Knife Navajo Turquoise & Coral Inlaid Buffalo Knife

Navajo Turquoise & Coral Inlaid Buffalo Knife

Lot #40 (Sale Order 40 of 491)

This is an original Buffalo double blade trapper knife with Navajo Native American Indian style inlay. The knife shows two blades, a drop point and American Tanto pattern both showing a 440 Stainless Steel construction that has excellent hand etched vine file work on the back of the tang. The handle shows a double-sided artful inlay having premium exotic wood, silver linings, Kingman Mine gem quality Turquoise, Black Onyx, and Ox Blood Coral. The bolster and pommel show a polished brass nickel silver and the bolster linings are a solid brass. Knife blade is marked, "BUFFALO" on one side and "440 STAINLESS" on the other. Truly a beautiful original handmade piece is brand new condition. Measures overall 6 3/8 "L when open with a 3"L blade and is 3 5/8"L when closed.

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Navajo Chief's Bust Carved Turquoise Bolo Tie Navajo Chief's Bust Carved Turquoise Bolo Tie

Navajo Chief's Bust Carved Turquoise Bolo Tie

Lot #41 (Sale Order 41 of 491)

For your consideration is a Navajo carved turquoise and silver bolo tie. The piece is crafted of sterling silver, showing a beautiful floral motif, and a large carved piece of Pilot Mountain turquoise. Additionally, the bolo tie is accented with heavy sterling silver, decorative aglet tips. The back of the bolo is signed with "FG." Overall, the bolo shows good condition. The silver shows a naturally aged patina. The bolo itself measures 3" tall, and 2 1/8" wide.

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Navajo Signed Sterling Silver & Turquoise Necklace Navajo Signed Sterling Silver & Turquoise Necklace

Navajo Signed Sterling Silver & Turquoise Necklace

Lot #42 (Sale Order 42 of 491)

For your consideration is a signed Navajo sterling silver and sleeping beauty turquoise necklace. This chain link construction necklace features a large sterling silver pendant. The pendant features a large silver feather accented with sleeping beauty turquoise polished gemstones. The necklace measures 17.5" when unclasped and the pendant measures 2.5" x 3.25".

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Zuni Mosaic Inlay Thunderbird Silver Necklace Zuni Mosaic Inlay Thunderbird Silver Necklace

Zuni Mosaic Inlay Thunderbird Silver Necklace

Lot #43 (Sale Order 43 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure is a Zuni mosaic inlay Thunderbird silver necklace. The necklace is composed of silver chain link and features a large Thunderbird pendant. The pendant is made of a mosaic of onyx, mother of pearl, turquoise and branch coral intricately laid on a sterling silver back. The pendant is signed "Made by Bobby & Corraine Shack Zuni, NM." The pendant measures 2.5" x 2.5" and the necklace measures 24.5" when unclasped.

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Navajo Signed Sterling Silver Bracelet Navajo Signed Sterling Silver Bracelet

Navajo Signed Sterling Silver Bracelet

Lot #44 (Sale Order 44 of 491)

For your consideration is a Navajo Native American sterling silver bracelet. This cuff features a wonderful domed band design and rope work edges. The piece is signed by Navajo artist Tommie Charlie. The interior dimension of the cuff measures 6 1/2"

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Navajo Coral and Turquoise Necklace Navajo Coral and Turquoise Necklace

Navajo Coral and Turquoise Necklace

Lot #45 (Sale Order 45 of 491)

Offered for your bidding pleasure we have a Navajo Native American Indian Coral and Turquoise Nugget Necklace. The necklace boasts thirty-three polished coral nuggets set apart by thirty-six unmatched Turquoise nuggets. The necklace shows vibrant color and high quality. The Navajo necklace is in excellent condition. It measures 32" long.

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Lakota Sioux Fully Beaded Moccasins 1900-1950 Lakota Sioux Fully Beaded Moccasins 1900-1950

Lakota Sioux Fully Beaded Moccasins 1900-1950

Lot #46 (Sale Order 46 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure are these Lakota Sioux Fully Beaded Moccasins 1900-1950. These are wonderful fully beaded set of moccasins attributed to the Lakota Sioux Native American Indians and dating to 1900-1950. The set shows an Indian brain tanned hide construction with medium high ankle cuffs and period correct parfleche rawhide soles. The entire top surface of the moccasins show a fantastic traditional geometric beadwork pattern in glass trade seed bead colors of cloud white, sky blue, and ruby red. The moccasins are constructed primarily from stained leather with adjustable ties. These moccasins are in good condition with little wear, and will display fantastically. The measurements of these moccasins are 9 1/2" x 4".

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Plains Indian Bead Strand Necklace Plains Indian Bead Strand Necklace

Plains Indian Bead Strand Necklace

Lot #47 (Sale Order 47 of 491)

Available for your bidding pleasure is a antique Plains Native American Indian beaded strand necklace. The necklace features an excellent mix of colors, including red, yellow and blue. This piece boasts 29 strands of beads which feed into a metal clasp. The piece is very unique and in excellent condition. Unclasped, the necklace measures 32".

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Native American Spear Head Artifacts Collection Native American Spear Head Artifacts Collection

Native American Spear Head Artifacts Collection

Lot #48 (Sale Order 48 of 491)

Offered in this lot we have a collection of Native American Indian spear heads. The collection consists of four stone spear heads. The spearheads are encased in a glass display case. The collection shows good condition with no signs of damage on the pieces or case. The case measures 8 1/2" X 6 1/2". The spear heads range from 2 1/2" to 3 1/2".

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Arapaho Fully Beaded Sheath & Trail Knife c. 1880- Arapaho Fully Beaded Sheath & Trail Knife c. 1880-

Arapaho Fully Beaded Sheath & Trail Knife c. 1880-

Lot #49 (Sale Order 49 of 491)

The lot features a fantastic authentic original Arapaho Native American Indian fully beaded sheath and large stag-handled trail knife dating to circa 1880-1890. The sheath shows a Great American Bison Buffalo hide construction with period correct glass trade seed beadwork in a traditional geometric pattern having such colors of red, chalk white, sky padre blue, greasy yellow, cobalt and light green. At the center of the sheath shows a row of old tarnished hand-rolled tin jingle cones danglers. At the base of the bag shows long hand cut fringe of Indian tanned hide and at the top show four hide tie fringe with each showing a brass trade beads and jingle tin cone. The early trade “trail” knife features an old stag horn handle, which is likely Native American-done with a long bowie knife like blade. These larger stag elk antler handled knives were used on the trail by both cowboy and Indians alike. Provenance: From the personal collection of Tom Hardy and noted collector and author Ben Thomson. Overall in very good condition. The sheath measures 10”L x 3”W and including the fringed has a total length of 18.5”. The knife measures 13”L.

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Blackfoot Beaded Sheath and Trade Knife circa 1880 Blackfoot Beaded Sheath and Trade Knife circa 1880

Blackfoot Beaded Sheath and Trade Knife circa 1880

Lot #50 (Sale Order 50 of 491)

This is a terrific original authentic circa 1880 Blackfoot (Blackfeet) Native American Indian beaded knife sheath and early trade knife set. The sheath shows a harness saddle leather construction with triangular geometric traditional beaded pattern and soft Indian tanned buckskin lacing and tie straps. At the center of the sheath shows a row of hand-rolled tin jingle cone danglers and at the bottom, two lacing drop Indian tanned hide fringe pieces that have old trade brass beads, tine jingle cones and old red trade clothe. The beadwork shows all period correct glass trade seed beads in a triangular pattern showing such colors of chalk white, sky padre blue, semi-transparent Cheyenne pink, cobalt, Cheyenne pink, and greasy yellow. Diagonal or triangular pattern beaded sheaths are a noted and documented Blackfoot Indian attributed style as can be seen on Baldwin’s “Early Knives & Beaded Sheaths of the American Frontier” (1997) page 36 example 2 figure 1, and on page 37 figure 84 (which is shown). The knife shows a drop point typical trade knife pattern with two-piece solid wood grips which are secured to the full tang blade with two copper rivets and pins. The knife also shows a wonderful artful pewter silver bolster, a fine addition. This is truly a excellent authentic early set. The knife measures overall 11.25”L and the sheath is 11”L by 3.25”W.

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Lakota Sioux Inlaid Pipe & Twist Stem 19th Century Lakota Sioux Inlaid Pipe & Twist Stem 19th Century

Lakota Sioux Inlaid Pipe & Twist Stem 19th Century

Lot #51 (Sale Order 51 of 491)

The lot features a terrific 19th Century catlinite peace pipe bowl and hand-carved twist stem attributed to the Lakota Sioux. The circa 1880-1890 piece features a catlinite pipestone elbow-shaped pipe bowl having a thick and hearty octagonal construction and is accented by artful pewter silver inlays. At the side shows a patch of orange-pink colored catlinite showing through, a unique addition. The stem shows a sumac wood construction with intricate hand carved twisted design. This is the most intricate and well-crafted twist stem pipe we have ever offered for sale. Provenance: The piece was reportedly acquired at the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota and later purchased by Ted and Lilly Jarvis for their personal collection from Mike Kokin of Sherwood’s Spirit of America at Santa Fe. This is truly an artist and wonderfully historic late Indian Wars early Reservation period pipe. The pipe measures 4”L x 3”H. The stem measures 23.5”L and together the set is 25.5”L overall.

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Cree Presentation Dag Knife Mid-19th Century Cree Presentation Dag Knife Mid-19th Century

Cree Presentation Dag Knife Mid-19th Century

Lot #52 (Sale Order 52 of 491)

This is a wonderful original American Indian Dag knife attributed to the Cree Native American Indians and dating to circa Mid-19th Century. This “Chief’s Grade” or “Presentation Grade” knife features a solid wood nicely figured grain handle / grip that is secured with seven silver pins and rivets. This style of ornate dag knife is referred to as a “Chief’s Grade” or “Presentation Grade” knife as they were given to Chief’s and tribal dignitaries during trade negotiations and treaty signings. The forged iron knife shows a raised median ridge running down the center of the blade, a documented early weapon features also seen on dag knives dating to pre-1860. Th dag fighting knife is adorned with brass trade tacks at the pommel or end along with two at the bolster on one side and one with a silver pewter crown emblem on the other. The crown emblem indicates that the dag knife was likely of British manufacture for the fur trade. American Indian early dag knives are commonly referred to as “Beaver Paddle/ Beavertail” dag knives. This is due to the fact most dag knives were traded on the frontier along the Great Lakes region through the St. Lawrence seaway westward by early fur traders. From the Great Lakes region on westward the knives became very popular among the Northern Plains/Upper Plateau tribes such as the Cree, Metis, Blackfoot, Nez Perce, Chippewa/Ojibiwa and Shoshone. These were made to be killing weapons, this is why dag knives show a clean long double-sided blade without any serration as they were for battle. Unlike other knives worn by Indian Warriors the dag knife would have been worn around the Indians neck on his chest. The knife shows a rich original patina and signs of age and use with minor nicks and expected wear, otherwise the piece displays very well. Provenance: From the Ben Thompson Collection, a noted war club and tomahawk collector and author / expert. The piece comes from the same collector as the Dag Knife sold by our company on 4/29/2017 for $10,200 (with premiums) that was authenticated by the Sotheby’s expert David Roche and from the same collection as the Cree Dag Knife with Sheath that sold for $12,300 (with premiums) at our companies 8/25/2018 sale. The piece shows the proper signs of age and use with minor dings and scratches and a fine patina. Measures overall 13”L.

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Lakota Sioux & Ojibwa Pewter Inlaid Pipes 19th C. Lakota Sioux & Ojibwa Pewter Inlaid Pipes 19th C.

Lakota Sioux & Ojibwa Pewter Inlaid Pipes 19th C.

Lot #53 (Sale Order 53 of 491)

Offered for sale in this lot contains two authentic original 19th Century artfully pewter silver inlaid American Indian peace pipe bowls. The first example is a large black steatite stone having a T-Shaped bowl and is attributed to the Ojibwa Native American Indians of Wisconsin. The pipe dates to circa 1870-1880 and has beautiful inlays of pewter silver and red catlinite. The piece measures 7”L x 3.5”H. Provenance: The steatite pipe was pictured in the 2009 publication book “The Mark Francis Collection of American Indian Art” on page 34 figure 16. The second pipe is an elbow-shaped red catlinite bowl attributed to the Lakota Sioux and dating to the 19th Century. The pipe measures 2 1/8”W by 1.75”H. The piece shows an artful pewter silver inlay around the insert tip and top of the bowl along with a tapering front prow. Both Pipes are in excellent condition with no cracks, breaks or repairs. From the Collections of Mark Francis and noted Tomahawk collector and author Ben Thompson.

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Hidatsa / Mandan Missouri War Axe Tomahawk c. 1830 Hidatsa / Mandan Missouri War Axe Tomahawk c. 1830

Hidatsa / Mandan Missouri War Axe Tomahawk c. 1830

Lot #55 (Sale Order 55 of 491)

The lot features a wonderful authentic and rare Missouri War Axe Tomahawk attributed to the Hidatsa, and possibly Mandan, Native American Indian of the upper Missouri River Basin and dating to circa 1830-1840. This example shows a blacksmith hand-forged iron blade axe head with weeping heart cutout in the center of the piece. The term "Missouri War Axe" was coined by American Indian weapons collectors to describe this particular style of tomahawk. They were first discovered by Lewis & Clark on their 1804-1805 expedition financed by Thomas Jefferson, which sent them exploring up the upper Missouri River basin. Meriwether Lewis wrote about these weapons and sketched one in his journal, stating that the local Indians were fervently requesting the expedition blacksmith to make additional examples for them. He went as far as to state that it was the only item the Indians were willing to trade corn, grain and other expedition necessities for and that manufacture, and trade of additional axes is what solely got the explorers through the winter of 1805. Only a small handful of tribes were known to have used this style of tomahawk and in only one specific region. They were made in small numbers, making early surviving examples such as this extremely rare and historically important. The war club is attached to an old, weathered wooden haft, likely to be the original example, that shows no brass tacks, drops or other adornments. The haft does have traces of old black pigment mineral paint, a unique attribution. This war club was not made to be a showy piece for ceremonial use or treaty signings, but rather a weapon of war. Provenance: The piece was purchased / traded for by noted collector Mark Francis in the early 2000’s from the well-known and respected collector John Painter (Francis traded an early Crow beaded belt bag for the war axe). The piece has been photographed in the publication book. “The Mark Francis Collection of American Indian Art” 2009 by Mark Francis on page 45 figure 59, and in the 2010 book, “The Missouri War Axe: War Tomahawk of the Plains and Prairies” on page 45 figure 56. This is truly an excellent and early tomahawk that has been published in two books and from the collections of both Mark Francis and John Painters. The axe measures 20.25”L overall with an axe head that is 7.25”L by 3.25”W of thin forged iron.

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Charles Russell Rawhide Rawlins Stories Charles Russell Rawhide Rawlins Stories

Charles Russell Rawhide Rawlins Stories

Lot #56 (Sale Order 56 of 491)

For your consideration is a Charles Russell Rawhide Rawlins Stories book. This book is written by Charles M. Russell and is illustrated by the author as well. This collection of stories stems from a simpler time when men would tell their own or others adventures at ranches or stage stations. This book was published in 1921 and is a fourth printing by the Montana Newspaper Association in Great Falls, MT. There is a stamp from The Mint one of Russells hang outs in Great Falls. The book measures 11 1/4" x 7 5/8".

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Remington's Frontier Sketches 1898 Remington's Frontier Sketches 1898

Remington's Frontier Sketches 1898

Lot #57 (Sale Order 57 of 491)

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 with gilded pages. The binding is coming undone in places. The book measures 9.5" x 12.5"

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Gorham Monogrammed Silver Tea and Coffee Set Gorham Monogrammed Silver Tea and Coffee Set

Gorham Monogrammed Silver Tea and Coffee Set

Lot #58 (Sale Order 58 of 491)

Featured in this lot we have a monogrammed Gorham silver tea and coffee set originating from 1928- 1929. The set includes a 2 7/8 pint coffee or tea pot, a 1 1/2 pint pot, a 6 oz creamer cup, a sugar bowl, and a silver serving tray. The collection is all marked with the monogram "LMP" in ornate lettering. The set shows wonderful craftsmanship with sturdy construction and patterned bands across the top. Each of the piece is marked across the bottom reading "Gorham E P 1 1/2 Pint" with some slight variation, along with an anchor symbol and year designator. The tray shows intricate etched designs and a embossed grape vine border. The set shows good condition overall with a warm patina across the pieces. The tray measures 25" wide by 14 1/4" deep and the largest pot measures 9 1/2" tall by 10" long with a diameter of 5 1/2".

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Monogrammed Gorham Tea Pot with Burner & Stand Monogrammed Gorham Tea Pot with Burner & Stand

Monogrammed Gorham Tea Pot with Burner & Stand

Lot #59 (Sale Order 59 of 491)

Offered in this lot we have a monogrammed Gorham tea pot with its burner and stand originating from 1927 -1929. The piece shows a total of three parts, The pot, the burner, and the stand. The set shows excellent craftsmanship with sturdy construction and patterned bands across the top. The back of the tea pot is monogrammed reading "LMP" in ornately etched lettering. The silver kettle is capable of holding 2 1/2 pints of liquid and is marked across the bottom reading "Gorham E P Y606 2 1/2 pint" with the year markings. The burner shows a adjustable top and a fuel refill cap. The bottom of the burner is marked "Gorham E P P" with an anchor and the year mark. The set shows good condition overall with a warm patina across the piece. The set measures 13 3/4" tall with the kettle measuring 10 1/2" tall by 8 1/2" long and approximately 5 1/2" in diameter.

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Antique Woven Fishing Creel Basket Antique Woven Fishing Creel Basket

Antique Woven Fishing Creel Basket

Lot #60 (Sale Order 60 of 491)

Featured in this lot we have a antique leather lined, woven fishing creel basket originating from the early 19th century. The creel shows a nice tight weave with leather around the rim of the lid, wrapped around the handle, and supporting the underside, with three broad leather straps. Additionally, the basket has a leather tool pouch mounted to the front, and a two point strap attached to the back side. The creel shows good condition overall with some slight wear. The piece measures 51 1/2" wide by 9 3/4" tall and 5" deep.

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Navajo Pre-Banded Chinle Hand Woven Wool Rug Navajo Pre-Banded Chinle Hand Woven Wool Rug

Navajo Pre-Banded Chinle Hand Woven Wool Rug

Lot #61 (Sale Order 61 of 491)

For your consideration is this early Navajo Pre-Banded Chinle rug. The Chinle style rug is named for the town of Chinle, AZ, at the mouth of the Canyon de Chelly. The style was developed by Cozy McSparron and Mary Cabot Wheelwright, traders at the Chinle Trading Post. Mary Cabot Wheelwright also founded the Wheelwright Museum in Santa Fe. The Chinle rugs are known for their warm vegetal dye colors of gold, green, tan, ivory and pink. This rug features geometric designs in the classic vegetal dye colors with dark brown and black. The designs are bordered with a brown/black geometric design with a solid brown/ black outside border. The has a nice tight weave and is in very good condition. It measures 41" x 66.5"

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Large Persian Tabriz Fine Hand Woven Wool Rug Large Persian Tabriz Fine Hand Woven Wool Rug

Large Persian Tabriz Fine Hand Woven Wool Rug

Lot #62 (Sale Order 62 of 491)

This lot features a beautiful Large Persian Tabriz Fine Hand Woven Wool Rug. The rug features a fine detailed design, bright colors, and a tight weave. A Tabriz rug/carpet is a type in the general category of Persian carpets from the city of Tabriz, the capital city of East Azarbaijan Province in north west of Iran totally populated by Azerbaijanis. It is one of the oldest rug weaving centers and makes a huge diversity of types of carpets. Tabriz has one of the most diverse displays of designs from medallion, Herati/Mahi, to figural, pictorial, and even 3-d shaped rugs. The rug is in good condition, showing little wear and use. It measures 166 1/2" L x 120 1/2" W

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Sioux Ghost Dance Buffalo Rattle Dance Club c 1890 Sioux Ghost Dance Buffalo Rattle Dance Club c 1890

Sioux Ghost Dance Buffalo Rattle Dance Club c 1890

Lot #63 (Sale Order 63 of 491)

Offered for public sale is this exceptionally rare and historic Ghost Dance Sioux Native American Indian Buffalo horn rattle dance club dating to circa 1890. The Ghost Dance movement of 1890 was a ceremonial dance created by the Northern Paiute spiritual leader Wovoka (Jack Wilson). Wovoka taught that when done properly the dance was believed to reunite the spirits of the living with the dead allowing them to fight on their behalf, causing the white colonist to leave and bring peace, prosperity and unity to the Native American peoples. The war club like dance wand rattle is constructed of a stripped wood haft that is completely wrapped with a Great American Bison Buffalo Indian tanned hide and sewn with a sinew thread. The haft covering still shows remnants of the Buffalo fur. The head shows two Buffalo horns wrapped in Buffalo hide with the fur still on and accented by early chalk white pony pound beads. When shaken, the dance wand emits a rattle caused by some foreign object being embedded into the horns. The entire piece shows an even patina and unique design. Provenance: From the late E.E. Dorssom estate of Leavenworth, Kansas. Measures 10" wide and 23.25" long.

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Life & Explorations of Dr. Livingstone c. 1874 Life & Explorations of Dr. Livingstone c. 1874

Life & Explorations of Dr. Livingstone c. 1874

Lot #64 (Sale Order 64 of 491)

This is an early edition of "The Life and Explorations of David Livingstone, LL.D." written by John S. Roberts and published circa 1875. Dr. Livingstone famously explored Africa in search of the source of the Nile. His missionary travels led to his disappearance and untimely death in 1873. This book features a gilt decorated cover and spine with illustrations throughout. It shows good condition. The book measures 5.25" x 7.5".

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Life & Adventures of Buffalo Bill 1917 1st Edition Life & Adventures of Buffalo Bill 1917 1st Edition

Life & Adventures of Buffalo Bill 1917 1st Edition

Lot #65 (Sale Order 65 of 491)

This is a scarce 1st edition of "Life and Adventures of Buffalo Bill" written by Colonel William F. Cody and published in 1917. The book chronicles the thrilling life and times of one of the greatest adventurers of the late 1800's and early 1900's. From his start as an army scout during the westward expansion to the Buffalo Bill's Wild West, this book is an exciting read as Buffalo Bill's own words grace its pages. The book shows very good condition and has a personalized inscription on the first page. It measures 6" x 8.5".

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Austrian City Street Robert Kasimir Color Etching Austrian City Street Robert Kasimir Color Etching

Austrian City Street Robert Kasimir Color Etching

Lot #66 (Sale Order 66 of 491)

Featured in this lot we have a colored etching of an Austrian city street by Robert Kasimir. Kasimir (1914- 2002) is a well known is a Austrian born artist known for his detailed cityscapes and landscape etching as well as his skill in multi-plate colored etchings. The etching shows a bustling street framed by buildings and a church in the background. The street shows figures sitting at tables covered in flowers on the right, while foot traffic makes its way though the city on the left. The piece shows wonderful detail and really brings the city to life. The etching is signed across the bottom byRobert Kasimir. The piece is set into a gold painted frame with a info tag on the back from Jakab's Art Gallery located in Billings, Montana. The colored etching is in good condition. The frame measures 10 1/4" wide by 11 5/8" tall with the etching measuring 4 3/4" wide by 5 3/4" tall.

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Arched Gateway Colored Etching by Robert Kasimir Arched Gateway Colored Etching by Robert Kasimir

Arched Gateway Colored Etching by Robert Kasimir

Lot #67 (Sale Order 67 of 491)

Offered in this lot we have a colored etching of an arched gateway by Robert Kasimir. Kasimir (1914- 2002) is a well known is a Austrian born artist known for his detailed cityscapes and landscape etching as well as his skill in multi-plate colored etchings. The etching shows the image of a open ornate gate underneath a stone archway with a colorful street just beyond the gate. The piece shows wonderful color and detail with excellent contrast between the arch and street that draws the eye. The etching is signed by Robert Kasimir across the bottom of the piece. The piece is set into a gold painted frame with a info tag on the back from Jakab's Art Gallery located in Billings, Montana. This colored etching shows good condition overall. The frame measures 10 1/4" wide by 11 1/2" tall with the etching measuring 4 1/2" wide by 5 3/4" tall.

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Vienna City Street Robert Kasimir Colored Etching Vienna City Street Robert Kasimir Colored Etching

Vienna City Street Robert Kasimir Colored Etching

Lot #68 (Sale Order 68 of 491)

Included in this lot we have a signed colored etching of a Vienna city street by Robert Kasimir. Kasimir (1914- 2002) is a well known is a Austrian born artist known for his detailed cityscapes and landscape etching as well as his skill in multi-plate colored etchings. The etching shows a busy street with a flower vender in the foreground and the Vienna opera house dominating the background. The etching shows wonderful detail and color. The piece is signed by Robert Kasimir at the bottom of the etching. The piece is set into a gold painted frame with a info tag on the back from Jakab's Art Gallery located in Billings, Montana. This colored etching shows good condition overall. The frame measures 10 1/4" wide by 11 5/8" tall with the etching measuring 4 5/8" wide by 5 1/4" tall.

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Wizard of Oz Special Collectors Edition Print Wizard of Oz Special Collectors Edition Print

Wizard of Oz Special Collectors Edition Print

Lot #69 (Sale Order 69 of 491)

Featured in this lot we have a special collectors edition Wizard of Oz print originating from 1995. The print shows two images, one showing Dorothy, the Tin Man, the Scarecrow, and the Cowardly Lion with the second showing the Wicked Witch of the West. The piece also shows a informational section with some of the history of the 1939 movie. The prints come with a wooden frame and a tan border around each of the images. The back of the frame shows a letter of certification of authenticity by O.S.P publishing. The piece shows good condition with no signs of wear. The frame measures 15" wide by 12" tall with the prints together measuring 11 1/4" wide by 8 3/8" tall.

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Mid 19th Century Steamer Travel Trunk Mid 19th Century Steamer Travel Trunk

Mid 19th Century Steamer Travel Trunk

Lot #70 (Sale Order 70 of 491)

Featured in this lot we have a steamer travel trunk originating from the mid to late 19th century. This trunk shows a painted metal exterior with brass colored accents and wood supports. The chest shows two brass colored front latches with the original lock having been removed. The interior of the trunk shows a wooden frame with a striped fabric lining. This trunk shows one of its two original leather handles and vestiges of the front leather straps. The piece shows good condition overall for its age, with moderate wear across the trunk. It measures 36 3/4" wide by 21 1/4" deep and 25 1/2" tall.

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Striped Wool Pacific North West Pendleton Capote Striped Wool Pacific North West Pendleton Capote

Striped Wool Pacific North West Pendleton Capote

Lot #71 (Sale Order 71 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure is this Striped Wool Pacific North West Pendleton Capote. The Pendleton Company was one of the first trading companies in the Pacific North West along the Oregon Trail. The capote is blue dyed wool with red, blue, and green stripes symmetrically woven into the coat. The original capote was the winter coat of choice used by mountain men and trappers. It was first designed in the early 19th century using old wool blankets. The measurements of this capote are 27" chest and 58" top of hoop to bottom.

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Navajo Chinle Hand-Woven Wool Rug Navajo Chinle Hand-Woven Wool Rug

Navajo Chinle Hand-Woven Wool Rug

Lot #72 (Sale Order 72 of 491)

For your consideration is this excellent Navajo Chinle hand-woven wool rug. The rug features nine Chinle stars down the center of a variegated oatmeal colored field. The outside border is brown with a thin red inner border. In between the red border and the variegated oatmeal field is an arrow nock type pattern in brown and white. The rug is believed to be Mid-Century; it measures 34" x 59" and is in very good condition.

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Sioux Beaded Stone Head War Club w/ Drop c. 1890 Sioux Beaded Stone Head War Club w/ Drop c. 1890

Sioux Beaded Stone Head War Club w/ Drop c. 1890

Lot #73 (Sale Order 73 of 491)

The lot features an original Sioux Native American Indian beaded stone head war club skull cracker (skullcracker) dating to circa 1890. The piece shows an expertly carved stone head that is secured to the wood haft with a heavy Buffalo rawhide parfleche wrap. At the top of the stone head shows the remnants of a sinew wrapped drop of eagle feathers, which were removed due to current laws and regulations, a true attribution of the pieces early age. The haft is wrapped in the same Buffalo parfleche rawhide which covers the entire handle surface. The haft is also adorned with three sections of period correct traditional geometric linear beaded design. The beadwork is done on an Indian tanned hide with the two lower sections having hand cut fringe at the ends of the beadwork. The beadwork shows a liner design with all period correct glass trade seed beads of chalk white, greasy yellow semi-transparent translucent red, and medium green. At the base of the gripping area shows a drop of beadwork in the typical triangular Indian tanned hide construction showing a geometric pattern of beadwork. The beadwork shows a strong triangular pattern with Buffalo track symbols and is all glass trade seed beads of medium green, greasy yellow and red. The entire war club tomahawk is covered in a red pigment mineral ocher paint dye including the head, haft and beaded drop. The pie shows an original museum or collection tag that is hand marked, “B-562 / DJJJ”. Provenance: From a large Native American weapons and beadwork collection in Great Falls, Montana. Measures overall 29”L from the top of the head to the bottom of the fringe. The war club is 19”L with a 4.25”W x 2 5/8”H x 2.5”D.

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Northern Plains Catlinite Pipe Stem Section 19th C Northern Plains Catlinite Pipe Stem Section 19th C

Northern Plains Catlinite Pipe Stem Section 19th C

Lot #73a (Sale Order 73 of 491)

The lot features a wonderful and unusual pipe stem section contruction of solid catlinite pipestone from the Northern Plains Native American Indian region and dating to the 19th Century. The piece would have been a part of a peace pipe and is truly of a large and high-quality craftsmanship. The piece has been expertly carved showing a rolling twist or twisted design having a matching three roll bands on each end. The piece has been drilled entirely through. The piece shows a rich red coloring with the wonderful lighter red or pink speckled coloring accenting throughout. Provenance: From a large Native American weapons and beadwork collection in Great Falls, Montana. Measures overall 9"L x 1.75"W.

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Canvasback Decoy Pair by Patrick Vincenti Canvasback Decoy Pair by Patrick Vincenti

Canvasback Decoy Pair by Patrick Vincenti

Lot #74 (Sale Order 74 of 491)

For your consideration is a Canvasback Pair by Patrick Vincenti. Patrick Vincenti is a carver out of Havre de Grace, Maryland. Vincenti's decoys are hand crafted in the Chesapeake Bay style. He became a full time decoy maker in 1986. His work has been displayed at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C. and their decoys have been purchased and sold at many Ducks Unlimited functions across the United States. This pair of Canvasback decoys is a wonderful display of the craftsmanship by Vincenti. The paint on this pair is in good condition.

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Pintail Decoy Pair by Patrick Vincenti Pintail Decoy Pair by Patrick Vincenti

Pintail Decoy Pair by Patrick Vincenti

Lot #75 (Sale Order 75 of 491)

For your consideration is a Pintail Pair by Patrick Vincenti. Patrick Vincenti is a carver out of Havre de Grace, Maryland. Vincenti's decoys are hand crafted in the Chesapeake Bay style. He became a full time decoy maker in 1986. His work has been displayed at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C. and their decoys have been purchased and sold at many Ducks Unlimited functions across the United States. This pair of Pintail decoys is a wonderful display of the craftsmanship by Vincenti. The paint on this pair is in good condition.

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Wild Life on the Plains by General Custer 1885 Wild Life on the Plains by General Custer 1885

Wild Life on the Plains by General Custer 1885

Lot #76 (Sale Order 76 of 491)

For your consideration is this early edition of "Wild Life on the Plains and Horrors of Indian Warfare" published by Sun Publishing Co. in 1885. The book has a beautifully decorated gilt cover and spine. The book contains numerous illustrations including Sitting Bull, General Custer, etc. and full descriptions of the Messiah Craze and the Ghost Dance. Also in this historic book is a graphic account of General George Armstrong Custer's last fight on the Little Big Horn, as told by his wily foe Sitting Bull also containing sketches and anecdotes of the most renowned guides, scouts and plainsmen of the west. Profusely illustrated. The book is in fair condition, though the front and back boards have literally been stitched back on and there are period pencil markings inside the front cover and back covers, as well as the first front papers. It measures 6.5" x 9.25".

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Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant Leather 1st Edition Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant Leather 1st Edition

Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant Leather 1st Edition

Lot #77 (Sale Order 77 of 491)

For your consideration is this two volume set of the 1885 first edition "Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant" Each volume shows plain leather covers with bold gold stamped lettering along the spine. Of all the memoirs written by former written by former U.S. presidents, those of U.S. Grant are often considered to be the best: being well written and the most readable; full of interesting detail and insight. For example, there is a fascinating fold-out of the terms of surrender given to Robert E. Lee. Volume I shows an excellent etching of Grant as a young soldier with Volume II having a portrait of the more known image of President U.S. Grant. These memoirs were written from the fall of 1884 and completed four days before his death July 23, 1885. The set was published by Grant’s friend, Samuel Clemmons (Mark Twain) under the alias of his nephew, Charles L. Webster. The volumes are in acceptable, complete condition. Though complete with crisp pages and clean, unmarked interiors, the boards are loose or altogether disconnected. These are a must own for any Civil War or United States history enthusiast. Together these measures 6 1/2" wide by 9 3/8" tall and each is 2" thick.

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Ace Powell Book by J.M. Moynahan Ace Powell Book by J.M. Moynahan

Ace Powell Book by J.M. Moynahan

Lot #78 (Sale Order 78 of 491)

This is an Ace Powell book by J.M. Moynahan. The book is a comprehensive biography of Powell's life and his art. The book has been signed by the author and features an inscription from Ace Powell himself. The book is in good overall condition. The dust jacket does show some damage as pictured. The book measures 11.5" x 9".

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William Marvy Model 410 Wall Mount Barbershop Pole William Marvy Model 410 Wall Mount Barbershop Pole

William Marvy Model 410 Wall Mount Barbershop Pole

Lot #79 (Sale Order 79 of 491)

Offered in this lot we have a William Marvy Co. model 410 wall mounted barber shop pole. The piece shows polished aluminum housing/ wall mount with glass cylinder and light up barber shop pole at the center. The pole shows internal lighting and rotating pole with the traditional red, white, and blue striping. The piece shows metal manufacturing tags on the bottom of the wall mount. The spiraling red, white, and blue pole is a well known and recognizable advertising piece that would make a wonderful decorating piece. The barber shop pole shows good working condition overall with some light wear. The piece measures 18" tall by 6" wide and 8 1/4" deep.

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Drawings by Frederic Remington 1897 Drawings by Frederic Remington 1897

Drawings by Frederic Remington 1897

Lot #80 (Sale Order 80 of 491)

For your consideration is a collection of Drawings by Frederic Remington. This book was published in 1897 making it a first edition. There is a personal note indicating this was originally given as a Christmas present in 1897. This book is composed of some of Remington's best work. It measures 18" x 11 3/4".

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Trophy Boar Shoulder Mount Trophy Boar Shoulder Mount

Trophy Boar Shoulder Mount

Lot #81 (Sale Order 81 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure is this Trophy Boar Shoulder Mount. The feral pig (from Latin fera, "a wild beast") is a pig (Sus scrofa) living in the wild, but which has descended from escaped domesticated individuals in both the Old and New Worlds. Razorback and wild hog are American colloquialisms, loosely applied to any type of feral domestic pig, wild boar, or hybrid in North America; pure wild boar are sometimes called "Russian boar" or "Russian razorbacks". The term "razorback" has also appeared in Australia, to describe feral pigs there. The measurements of this mount is 18 1/2" x 14" x 17 1/2".

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South Dakota Flying Pheasant Wreath Mount South Dakota Flying Pheasant Wreath Mount

South Dakota Flying Pheasant Wreath Mount

Lot #82 (Sale Order 82 of 491)

This is an excellent flying pheasant wreath mount from South Dakota. The features the flying pheasant in the center surrounded by the wreath, which is composed of feathers and pine cones. The pheasant wreath is in excellent condition. It measures 43" in diameter.

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Navajo Signed Silver Inlaid Necklace Navajo Signed Silver Inlaid Necklace

Navajo Signed Silver Inlaid Necklace

Lot #83 (Sale Order 83 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure is a signed Navajo Native American inlaid necklace. This beautiful piece is signed by G. Montano. The pendant exemplifies the craftsmanship of the artist and features abalone, onyx, branch coral, and turquoise inlay depicts a hummingbird and rose. The chain is constructed from silver beads. Unclasped the necklace measures 26" long.

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Signed Navajo Sterling & Turquoise Necklace Signed Navajo Sterling & Turquoise Necklace

Signed Navajo Sterling & Turquoise Necklace

Lot #84 (Sale Order 84 of 491)

This is a signed Navajo Native American Indian sterling silver and turquoise necklace. The three pendants show a finely crafted design composed of Sleeping Beauty Turquoise and sterling floral embellishments. The back of the pendant is marked "Sterling" and is signed with the maker's mark "MP" attributed to Michael Perry. The necklace is composed of sterling silver beads. The pendants and necklace are in very good condition. The necklace measures 17.5" long when unclasped.

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T. Singer Sterling Silver & Turquoise Pendant T. Singer Sterling Silver & Turquoise Pendant

T. Singer Sterling Silver & Turquoise Pendant

Lot #85 (Sale Order 85 of 491)

For your consideration is a T. Singer sterling silver and turquoise pendant. This lovely Navajo piece features a sleeping beauty turquoise nugget set on a sterling silver backing. The pendant features a traditional western design and the back is signed by T. Singer and stamped "Sterling". Pendant measures 2.5" x 2".

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Shawnee Pipe Tomahawk from Fort LeBoeuf c. 1874 Shawnee Pipe Tomahawk from Fort LeBoeuf c. 1874

Shawnee Pipe Tomahawk from Fort LeBoeuf c. 1874

Lot #86 (Sale Order 86 of 491)

This is an excellent original circa 1874 Eastern Woodlands pipe tomahawk that came from a private of material from the Erie County, Pennsylvania Historical Society. The tomahawk is attributed to the Shawnee Native American Indians in the Erie County area. The blade is hand-forged and features hand-stippled engravings on both sides that read, “Made by LC Flint, a Shawnee Indian” Below this engraving is an additional engraving on the blade in Pennsylvania Dutch dialect stating, “A blacksmit apprentiss under Ira Skiff Fort LeBoeuf Pennsylvania 1874 A.D.” The spelling is accurate for Pennsylvania Dutch along with the addition of “A.D.” in reference to the death of Christ. There was a blacksmith named Ira Skiff who has been documented as working at Fort LeBoeuf (Le Boeuf) and he did have several Shawnee Indians working under him. The war club also shows a solid ash wood haft and the original clean out plug still intact. The haft shows hand-burnt designs etched into both sides as shown. There is a conical, tin smoking tip on the bottom end of the pipe. Almost identical cone shaped smoking tips made of tin have been documented on several early Eastern Woodlands spike tomahawks in the Peterson Tomahawk Book. Provenance: This tomahawk was featured in the 2009 book, “The Mark Francis Collection of American Indian Art” on page 79 figure 132, 133 and 134 as shown and is from the ex-collection of the Erie County Historical Society. Early forged pipe tomahawks with engraved blades are very scarce with this example showing fine original condition. The axe head measures 7.25”L by 2.5” across the bottom of the blade with a total length of 15.25”.

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Osage Missouri War Axe Tomahawk by Dunlap & Florer Osage Missouri War Axe Tomahawk by Dunlap & Florer

Osage Missouri War Axe Tomahawk by Dunlap & Florer

Lot #87 (Sale Order 87 of 491)

This is considered to be one of the best American Indian Tomahawks to come onto the open market in some time. This is a circa 1850-1860 Missouri War Axe Tomahawk attributed to the Osage Native American Indians of Pawhuska, Oklahoma. The piece was made at the Dunlop & Florer Trading Post on the Osage Reservation. These pieces were traded and sold to local Pawnee and Osage Indians in the region. Numerous 19th Century photographs of Indians from both tribes have shown braces holding these Missouri War Axes from the Dunlop & Florer trading post. This example was collected from an Osage Chief’s family by the name of Little White Hair. This well-documented and published piece is pictured in the 2009 book, “The Mark Francis Collection of American Indian Art" on page 121 figure 192; on the cover of the 2010 book "The Missouri War Axe: Tomahawk of the Plains and Prairies" and on page 46 figure 53; and in the 1995 book " Indian Tomahawks and Frontiersmen Belt Axes" by James Hartzler & Daniel Knowles on page 107 figure 6. The tomahawk war club features a thin blacksmith forged iron head that is 7.75”L by 4.5” wide with a weeping heart cutout in the center of the blade. The hardwood haft is covered in old stripped red and white calico trade clothe with a few brass trade tacks at the bottom end and at the top of the head. There is an old braided wasp of human hair tied onto the haft. The tomahawk was one of two that were in the collection of the Museum of the Fur Trade bought from Arthur Lam at the Dunlop and Florer Trading Post in 1930 at the Osage reservation in Oklahoma. It was acquired many years later by noted collector Jim Dresslar who then later sold the piece to collector and author Mark Francis in the late 1990’s. While Dresslar owned the piece it was pictured in the 1995 Hartzler & Knowles tomahawk book. Dr. Hanson at the Museum of Fur Trade wrote a very important article in the Winter 2008 issue of the museum’s quarterly newsletter that explained in detail how the two Missouri War Axes were acquired at the Osage Reservation and about the striped clothe the handles were wrapped with. This is truly an excellent authentic example that is well-documented and published. The term "Missouri War Axe" was coined by American Indian weapons collectors to describe this particular style of tomahawk. They were first discovered by Lewis & Clark on their 1804-1805 expedition financed by Thomas Jefferson, which sent them exploring up the upper Missouri River basin. Meriwether Lewis wrote about these weapons and sketched one in his journal, stating that the local Indians were fervently requesting the expedition blacksmith to make additional examples for them. He went as far as to state that it was the only item the Indians were willing to trade corn, grain and other expedition necessities for and that manufacture, and trade of additional axes is what solely got the explorers through the winter of 1805. The tomahawk shows a total length of 19.25”. Ex-Museum of the Fur Trade/Jim Dresslar/Mark Francis collections. References: Museum of The Fur Trade Newsletter Volume 44 Issue #4 Winter 2008 "The Mark Francis Collection of American Indian Art" by Mark Francis (2009) "The Missouri War Axe: War Tomahawk of the Plains and Prairies" by Mark Francis (2010) "Indian Tomahawks and Frontiersmen Belt Axes" by James Hartzler & Daniel Knowles (1995)

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Eastern Woodlands Ball Head War Club c. 1750 Eastern Woodlands Ball Head War Club c. 1750

Eastern Woodlands Ball Head War Club c. 1750

Lot #88 (Sale Order 88 of 491)

This is considered one of the best ball clubs recently offered for sale and is an incredible, early Eastern Woodlands ball head war club attributed to the Wampanoag Native American Indians and King George’s War. The war club dates to circa 1740-1750 and shows an artistically carved wood from the root burl of a tree showing an excellent original condition with minimal wear from age and use. The piece has a deep, shiny chocolate original patina. The bottom end of the handle has a high-relief carved ridge encircled with a row of old brass trade tacks. There are seven brass trade tacks running along the top backside of the haft arch. The war club shows a truly artistic appearance with a prominent curved design with a large spherical round burl root ball head and median ridge that runs the entirety of the club which is carved from one solid piece of root burl wood. This weapon was collected by English Lt. Colonel John Gorham (1709-1751) and after his death was later given to Major James Brennan (1699-1767) who both worked with the Wampanoag Indians in the mid-1700’s in Massachusetts during the third French & Indian War known as “King George’s War”. It was reportedly given to Gorham by a Wampanoag Indian named “Popment”. Gorham led his troops along with Pequawket, Nauset and Wampanoag warriors in defense of Fort Anne on September of 1744 against the French, who were being added by the Mic Mac Indians. Gorham offered bounties to the Wampanoag and their English allies for every Mic Mac scalp brought in. Gorham’s troops were known as “Gorham’s Rangers” and were a formidable opponent against the French and their sympathizers as they utilized brutal and rather unorthodox methods. In one documented instance, Gorham and his rangers burned down a Mic Mac village in the middle of the night while they lay asleep in their wigwams. Gorham brought back severed heads, scalps and a live Mic Mac baby. British military leadership approved of Gorham’s brutal, but effective methods on the Frontier in defending England’s interest against the French and the tribes siding with them. The character of the punishing and sinister English Captain William Tavington played by actor Jason Issacs in the 2000 Mel Gibson movie "The Patriot" was actually inspired by John Gorham and the exploits of Gorham's Rangers. The war club remained in the Brennan family collection until it was acquired by noted Indiana collector Jim Dresslar (1933-2011) through a business associate in the 1970’s. Dresslar sold it to collector and author Mark Francis in the mid-2000’s, about a month before his fall down the stairs at his hime. Dresslar was a popular and respected collector who bought, sold and traded pieces with other collectors and always welcomed other collectors for visits. He was pictured in several of the "Who's Who in Indian Relic Collecting" books. This club and its history is featured in the upcoming 2019 book "Rare American Indian Weapons Volume 2". The tomahawk war club measures overall 19” in length with the ball head being 3.5” wide. Ex-Lt. Colonel John Gorham / Major James Brennan / Jim Dresslar / Mark Francis collections.

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Central Plains Beaded Skullcracker War Club 1890- Central Plains Beaded Skullcracker War Club 1890-

Central Plains Beaded Skullcracker War Club 1890-

Lot #89 (Sale Order 89 of 491)

This is a wonderful circa 1890-1900 Central Plains region skullcracker (skull-cracker) war club. The piece is from a collection of Indian materials that originated in Kansas and is attributed to the Osage or Pawnee Native American Indians. The large stone head is hand-carved from white steatite stone and measures 7”W. There are some expected stress cracks and nicks from age and use, but overall the piece displays very well. The haft is covered entirely in reservation-period beaded glass trade seeds of chalk white, green, semi-transparent green, red, and translucent. There are two wasp of horsetail hair and two dew claws tied onto the bottom end of the haft. The piece measures overall 21.5”L.

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Cheyenne Beaded Buffalo Hide Pipe Bag c. 1890 Cheyenne Beaded Buffalo Hide Pipe Bag c. 1890

Cheyenne Beaded Buffalo Hide Pipe Bag c. 1890

Lot #90 (Sale Order 90 of 491)

The lot features this original circa 1890 beaded Buffalo hide pipe bag attributed to the Northern Cheyenne Native American Indians of Wyoming. The pipe bag is from the past collection of Ted and Lilly Jarvis and Tom Hardy and shows an excellent condition with only minor drying and discoloration of the hide from age and use. The bag is constructed of brain tanned Great American Bison Buffalo hide and is beaded in classic Cheyenne linear bar geometric designs in all glass trade seed beads of red, greasy yellow, padre sky blue, black, and chalk white. The bag shows beadwork on both sides and has the original tie straps still intact along with long frilly hide fringe hanging from the bottom, a wonderful addition. The piece measures overall 19”L

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Mayan Fer-de-lance Snake Effigy Pipe 500 A.D. Mayan Fer-de-lance Snake Effigy Pipe 500 A.D.

Mayan Fer-de-lance Snake Effigy Pipe 500 A.D.

Lot #90a (Sale Order 90 of 491)

This is a rare circa 500 A.D. Mayan pottery pipe collected from Belize. The piece measures 5.5”L by 2.75”H and is made of baked terracotta clay. The figural smoking pipe features a shaman sitting with a long lizard protruding as the smoking tip, and underneath him is a South American venomous Fere-de-lance snake. The piece shows no visible breaks or repairs and is in very good condition with minor nicks and scratched from age and use. There are still remnants of old red pigment paint on the pipe.

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Herring & Co. New York Railroad Strong Box c. 1890 Herring & Co. New York Railroad Strong Box c. 1890

Herring & Co. New York Railroad Strong Box c. 1890

Lot #91 (Sale Order 91 of 491)

The lot features an original Herring & Co. Maker New York railroad strong box safe from circa 1890. This is the largest strong box we have offered for sale showing an astonishing 16" tall X 24" wide X 16" deep and weighing in at ___ lbs. The piece shows a heavy blacksmith forged iron construction with a large skeleton key brass locking system. A strong box of this incredible high-craftsmanship would have been most likely been from Wells Fargo, but the typical “Railway Express agency Wells Fargo” yellow stenciling has been lost over many years of use. The strong box would have been used as protected storage for important documents, bank notes, gold bars, ammunition, valuables and other important object when transported through the Old West. The box comes with the original very large skeleton key. Originally the box would have had a double locking system with a lock in the actual heavy door and a lock in the swinging arm, the second lock in the swinging arm or lock cover is no longer present. This is truly a wonderful piece from a long time Bozeman, Montana Western artifact collection.

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Lakota Sioux Beaded Pewter Inlaid War Club c. 1890 Lakota Sioux Beaded Pewter Inlaid War Club c. 1890

Lakota Sioux Beaded Pewter Inlaid War Club c. 1890

Lot #92 (Sale Order 92 of 491)

The lot features a wonderful Lakota Sioux Native American Indian stone head war club dating to circa 1890-1900. The war club shows a catlinite pipestone expertly hand carved head showing four silver pewter symbol inlays of arrows and stars along with two silver pewter bands, a truly artistic addition. The war club has been paired with a wood haft handle that has been completely covered in period correct linear traditional geometric glass trade seed beadwork having such colors of chalk white, greasy yellow, cobalt, medium green and semi-transparent translucent red. At the end of the war club tomahawk shows two wide flaps that act as the fringe or beaded drop, these flaps are of the one piece of Indian tanned hide that covers the entire haft handle. The fringe drops are fancy beaded along the edge. The piece shows a very good overall condition with little to no bead loss. Provenance: From a large Native American Indian artifact collection out of Iowa. Measures overall 27"L from the top of the war club head to the bottom of the fringe. The club itself is 20.75"L with a 6"L x 2.25"W X 2.25"D.

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Sioux Fully Beaded & Painted Leggings circa 1870 Sioux Fully Beaded & Painted Leggings circa 1870

Sioux Fully Beaded & Painted Leggings circa 1870

Lot #93 (Sale Order 93 of 491)

The lot features an original authentic set of Sioux Native American Indian fully beaded and painted leggings dating to circa 1870. These Indian Wars era beaded leggings show an Indian tanned pronghorn upper hide that is covered in green mineral pigment paint. The lower portion of the legging shows a Great American Bison Buffalo hide which appears to be remnants from an early polychrome painted envelope. The beadwork is all period correct 19th Century glass trade seed beads in a traditional geometric pattern having a chalk white background with cross symbols of cobalt and triangular Buffalo head like symbols of medium green, red white hearts, cobalt, and padre sky blue. The outer edge of the beadwork shows the original hide ties, a truly wonderful addition, along with a fancy beaded cobalt edge. The leggings are in very good museum quality condition with little to no bead loss. Provenance: These were found to be an authentic set of Sioux 1870 leggings by the experts at Reata Pass Auctions from an Arizona collection. The set would have been worn by a young warrior or a woman. Overall each legging measures 16"L by 6.5". The beadwork are measures 6.5"x5" when laid flat. The tie straps are approximately 5" to 6" L.

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Flathead Beaded Moccasins 19th Century Flathead Beaded Moccasins 19th Century

Flathead Beaded Moccasins 19th Century

Lot #93a (Sale Order 93 of 491)

The lot features a set of Flathead Native American Indian beaded moccasins dating to the 19th Century. The moccasins originate from Montana and show an Indian tanned hide upper construction with Great American Bison Buffalo parfleche rawhide soles that are sinew sewn. The set shows a medium height ankle that has a border of red ribbon trade clothe. The fronts of each moccasin shows a cross pattern in all period correct 19th Century glass trade seed beads of semi-transparent translucent Cheyenne pink, greasy yellow and a cobalt blue. The soles of the moccasins show the worn outlines of feet from many years of use. The set overall is very well preserved showing very good condition for its age with no major damage and little to no bead loss. Each moccasin measures 10"L by 3.75"W x 3.25"H,

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Santee Sioux Beaded High-Top Moccasins c. 1880-90 Santee Sioux Beaded High-Top Moccasins c. 1880-90

Santee Sioux Beaded High-Top Moccasins c. 1880-90

Lot #93b (Sale Order 93 of 491)

The lot features an exceptional set of early Santee Sioux Native American Indian beaded moccasins dating to circa 1880-1890. The moccasins show an Indian tanned hide construction with a worn soft parfleche soles sewn with sinew having a mid-height Indian tanned hide ankle that is accented by a fancy scalloped cut edge. The front of the moccasins shows excellent petit glass trade seed beads in semi-transparent blue, semi-transparent green, semi-transparent violet and chalk white. The beadwork pattern is in a wonderful traditional geometric floral combination, a style almost exclusively found on Santee Sioux and other Eastern Sioux pieces. The original hide ties are still intact, a wonderful rare addition. Provenance: From a Manheim, Pennsylvania collection. These are truly an excellent set of beaded moccasins that have been well preserved in good condition. Each shows a 9 inch sole and 3 inch high ankle.

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Ornate Cast Iron Glass Top End Table Set Ornate Cast Iron Glass Top End Table Set

Ornate Cast Iron Glass Top End Table Set

Lot #94 (Sale Order 94 of 491)

Offered in this lot we have a set of ornate cast iron glass top end table set. This set shows beautiful stemmed floral cast iron design with a round glass table top. The table also shows a bird on each stand with intricate detail. The set is in excellent condition. The table measures 28" tall and the glass top has a diameter of 22".

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Polished Calcutta Marble Textured Finish Pedestals Polished Calcutta Marble Textured Finish Pedestals

Polished Calcutta Marble Textured Finish Pedestals

Lot #95 (Sale Order 95 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure is this Polished Calcutta Marble Textured Finish Pedestals. The pedestals is in good condition with a few scuffs due to age. These pedestals have a textured finish with a moderate reflective quality. The measurements of these pedestals are 44" x 13".

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Winchester Model 1873 44-40 2nd Model SRC c. 1882 Winchester Model 1873 44-40 2nd Model SRC c. 1882

Winchester Model 1873 44-40 2nd Model SRC c. 1882

Lot #96 (Sale Order 96 of 491)

Winchester 1873 .44-40 caliber exceptionally scarce and desirable early Second Model Saddle Ring Carbine, serial number 82637, manufactured in 1882. Survival rates for 1873 Saddle Ring Carbines are much smaller than for rifles, with the rule of thumb being that the earlier the carbine the less chance it has survival to the present time. The Second Model 1873 was only made for approximately three years between the serial numbers of 31000 to 90000. This distinct variation is easily identified by having the dust cover rail attached to the receiver top by screws. The later third model has the dust cover rail made integral with the receiver top. Second Model Saddle Ring Carbines are especially difficult to locate on the collector market today as fewer carbines were produced than full length rifles. Typically, carbines saw much harder use than most rifles making them actively sought after by collectors today. The Model 1873 was Winchester’s first firearm to use more powerful and reloadable center fire ammunition. The 1873 was a favorite of the Texas Rangers as well as just about all characters on both sides of the law in the Old West. In almost every saddle scabbard on almost every cattle drive from Texas to Montana would be found a Winchester Model 1873 Carbine. The 1873 was also popular with all sides throughout the Mexican Revolution as well. This fine example features an even, uncleaned, naturally aged gray/brown patina. The correct “MODEL 1873” tang marking is sharp and clear. The markings on the standard 20” barrel are visible, but typically worn. This Winchester features a fine walnut carbine butt stock with matching forend. The receiver retains the dust cover and on the bottom of the receiver the mellow brass lifter has not been polished or cleaned. There is fine blue remaining on the loading gate. The action functions correctly and even the bore retains good rifling throughout. The carbine is complete with correct and original front sight matched with a two-leaf folding express rear sight. This is a very fine example of a rare 2nd. Model Winchester- “The Gun That Won The West-” that would be a prize for any firearm or Old West collection.

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Factory Engraved Manhattan Pocket Model Revolver Factory Engraved Manhattan Pocket Model Revolver

Factory Engraved Manhattan Pocket Model Revolver

Lot #97 (Sale Order 97 of 491)

Factory engraved, first year production Manhattan Pocket Model .31 caliber 5-shot Revolver, serial number 498, made 1858. This is the rare “Series 1” of which only 1,000 were produced. Since many of these were purchased by Civil War officers and used throughout the conflict, survival rate is very small and they are rarely found on the collector market today. This example with four inch barrel is exceptional in that it retains the entire sharp, original stagecoach hold-up scene roll engraved on the cylinder. Usually this lightly applied embellishment is found in heavily worn condition or completely obliterated altogether. The top of the octagon barrel is also clearly marked MANHATTAN FIRRE ARMS over MANUFG. CO. NEW YORK. The Manhattan revolvers were extremely high quality and were one of Colt’s biggest rivals and competitors. The frame and back strap on this example display very sharp and distinct scroll hand engraving. The two piece walnut grips are also in exceptional condition and retain fine varnish finish. Screw heads are sharp and clean and the action on this revolver functions today as well as it did when it left the factory 161 years ago! All metal surfaces are an even aged patina and show no signs of cleaning, rust, or abuse. The barrel, frame, loading lever and cylinder maintain a close and very tight fit. After the Civil War many of these finely crafted revolvers found their way to the West where most saw very hard carry and usage. Considered one of the most attractive in the entire Manhattan Firearms Co. line, the engraved Pocket Model revolvers showed especially well when proudly displayed by their original owners in belt holsters. Today they stand out in any firearm, Civil War or Old West collection. This is an extremely fine example with superb original cylinder and frame engraving.

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Stevens No. 41 Tip-Up Derringer Pistol c 1864-1916 Stevens No. 41 Tip-Up Derringer Pistol c 1864-1916

Stevens No. 41 Tip-Up Derringer Pistol c 1864-1916

Lot #98 (Sale Order 98 of 491)

Stevens No. 41 Tip-Up derringer single shot pistol, serial number 23758. These distinctive .22 caliber “hide-out” pistols were made from 1864-1916. They found favor with anyone feeling the need for a small, easily concealable handgun. Often they were chosen as “back-up” firearms that could be easily carried and pulled into use should a primary, larger weapon become unserviceable or taken away. With its 3 ½” barrel, overall length of only 6 ½ inches and weight of merely a few ounces, the Stevens No. 41 derringer could be carried in any number of places by both male or female owners without feeling encumbered with a heavy weapon. This pistol is a later example, being manufactured just after the turn of the last century. The half-octagon barrel retains thinning original blue that has aged nicely with no evidence of cleaning or abuse. The entire frame and grip straps are factory nickel plated giving this pistol an attractive two-tone fancy appearance. The walnut grips fit perfectly and are in superb condition. The barrel to frame fit is extremely tight with no looseness or play. Additionally, the hammer spring is strong and the safety notch or “half-cock” holds solidly- many of these are worn and loose in these areas. The barrel top is clearly marked J STEVENS A & T CO. over CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS. U.S.A. A uniquely American derringer pistol from a time when it was common for men and women on both sides of the law to carry a small and light derringer pistol as an ordinary part of their daily apparel. This is a fine example of a scarce and historical weapon.

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Civil War to Frontier Silver Bowie Knife 1840-1865 Civil War to Frontier Silver Bowie Knife 1840-1865

Civil War to Frontier Silver Bowie Knife 1840-1865

Lot #99 (Sale Order 99 of 491)

Silver cutlery handled clip-point Bowie knife, circa 1840-1865. This finely made belt knife features a double guard of nickel silver and an approximately 6” blade. The ornate silver handle is typical of Civil War era and earlier belt knives whose main use was self-protection. Hunting and utility knives of the time usually have a single guard while fighting knives almost always have double guards to protect the user’s hand from both slippage and the slash of an assailant’s blade. This type of silver handle added a conspicuously fashionable touch when worn in the belt and many can be seen in old photos of Civil War soldiers, frontiersmen and gamblers. The blade on this example has aged dark and shows no wear from sharpening. Likewise, the handle shows no dents or abuse which is often found on similar knives from this turbulent time period in American history. As many collectors appreciate these days, the blade in unmarked. It is not uncommon to find examples with spurious markings not contemporary to the knife’s period of manufacture. Almost all fake antique Bowie knives have such markings to enhance their value. Attesting to excellent craftsmanship, the fit of handle, hilt and blade is solid with no play or looseness. This would make a most handsome addition to any Civil War, Fighting Knife or Old West collection.

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Navajo Klagetoh Pattern Style Large Wool Rug Navajo Klagetoh Pattern Style Large Wool Rug

Navajo Klagetoh Pattern Style Large Wool Rug

Lot #100 (Sale Order 100 of 491)

The lot features a vertical loom hand knotted wool rug in a very rare large Navajo Native American Indian Klagetoh Pattern style. The wonderful large size collectible floor covering shows the Klagetoh Pattern style design. Klagetoh is located just south of Ganado and 10 miles North of Wide Ruins trading posts. The English translation is “hidden springs”. The Klagetoh weaving is very similar to the Ganado rugs, but with a predominantly gray background instead of the Ganado’s red. The rug was hand woven by skilled weavers and shows bright natural style dyes in a traditional geometric Klagetoh Pattern. The rug is made in the style, manner and quality craftsmanship of Navajo Weavings, but not made by a Navajo Indian. The rug is hand knotted and shows fine condition. The piece shows a large size of 4 foot by 6 foot with an additional 5” long end tassel on each corner, typical of correct Navajo rugs. The amazing detail can clearly be seen and a Navajo Original of this fine of rug would be valued at over $10,000 and would be displayed on a wall as art, where-as this piece could truly be used in your home.

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On Big Dry Creek Steer Bronze by Bob Scriver On Big Dry Creek Steer Bronze by Bob Scriver

On Big Dry Creek Steer Bronze by Bob Scriver

Lot #101 (Sale Order 101 of 491)

This is a rare original work of art bronze sculpture by renowned Montana artist, Robert (Bob) Scriver titled,"On Big Dry Creek" or "N-N Longhorn Steer". In the 1880-1890's there was a ranch on Big Dry Creek, Montana (now Fort Peck, MT) that Charles M. Russell was acquainted with. He painted a couple of Cowboys chasing a N-N Steer in 1904. This piece is modeled after this iconic piece. 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. The piece is signed and titled in the bronze and is a limited edition number 6/100 circa 1993. A Certificate of Authenticity and detailed biography of the artist is included. Sculpture measures overall 11 5/8"H x 12.5"W x 6.5"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.

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Bob Scriver The Lookout Bronze Sculpture 9/30 Bob Scriver The Lookout Bronze Sculpture 9/30

Bob Scriver The Lookout Bronze Sculpture 9/30

Lot #102 (Sale Order 102 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure is an original Bob Scriver "The Lookout" bronze sculpture numbered 9/30. This bronze depicts a Native American scout perched on rock surveying. 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 features a hardwood walnut base. The bronze is in good condition and measures 11 1/2" x 9" x 7". 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.

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Bob Scriver Signed Picture Bob Scriver Signed Picture

Bob Scriver Signed Picture

Lot #102a (Sale Order 102 of 491)

For your consideration is an original Bob Scriver signed Picture. 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 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. This self portrait of Scriver is unique and rare. It is dated 8-97 and framed in white oak. The frame measures 6" x 8 1/8" and the picture measures 4 1/2" x 6 5/8".

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Blackfoot Chief Gary Schildt Bronze Sculpture Blackfoot Chief Gary Schildt Bronze Sculpture

Blackfoot Chief Gary Schildt Bronze Sculpture

Lot #103 (Sale Order 103 of 491)

For your consideration is a the bronze sculpture "Blackfoot Chief" by Gary Schildt. Schildt is a member of the Blackfoot Tribe and has participated in the C.M. Russell Auction In Great Falls, Montana numerous years. In addition, he is a founding member of the Northwest Rendezvous of Art group. Schildt is an accomplished artist with notable works in oil, watercolor and bronze. The bronze shows a Blackfoot Chief in ceremonial clothing. The piece is dated 1975 and numbered 27/36. The bronze measures 16 3/4" x 9 1/2" x 9" and sits on a stained oak base.

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Blackfoot Dancer Gary Schildt Bronze Sculpture Blackfoot Dancer Gary Schildt Bronze Sculpture

Blackfoot Dancer Gary Schildt Bronze Sculpture

Lot #104 (Sale Order 104 of 491)

For your consideration is a the bronze sculpture depicting a Blackfoot Dancer by Gary Schildt. Schildt is a member of the Blackfoot Tribe and has participated in the C.M. Russell Auction In Great Falls, Montana numerous years. In addition, he is a founding member of the Northwest Rendezvous of Art group. Schildt is an accomplished artist with notable works in oil, watercolor and bronze. The bronze shows a Blackfoot Indian dancing in ceremonial clothing. The piece is dated 1975 and numbered 27/36. The bronze measures 15 3/4" x 12 3/4" x 10 1/4" and sits on a stained oak base.

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Blackfoot Medicine Man Schildt Bronze Sculpture Blackfoot Medicine Man Schildt Bronze Sculpture

Blackfoot Medicine Man Schildt Bronze Sculpture

Lot #105 (Sale Order 105 of 491)

For your consideration is a bronze sculpture depicting a Blackfoot Medicine Man by Gary Schildt. Schildt is a member of the Blackfoot Tribe and has participated in the C.M. Russell Auction In Great Falls, Montana numerous years. In addition, he is a founding member of the Northwest Rendezvous of Art group. Schildt is an accomplished artist with notable works in oil, watercolor and bronze. The bronze shows a Blackfoot Medicine Man in ceremonial clothing. The piece is dated 1975 and numbered 27/36. The bronze measures 16 1/4" x 11 1/2" x 9 3/4" and sits on a stained oak base.

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Blackfoot Warrior Gary Schildt Bronze Sculpture Blackfoot Warrior Gary Schildt Bronze Sculpture

Blackfoot Warrior Gary Schildt Bronze Sculpture

Lot #106 (Sale Order 106 of 491)

For your consideration is a bronze sculpture depicting a Blackfoot Warrior by Gary Schildt. Schildt is a member of the Blackfoot Tribe and has participated in the C.M. Russell Auction In Great Falls, Montana numerous years. In addition, he is a founding member of the Northwest Rendezvous of Art group. Schildt is an accomplished artist with notable works in oil, watercolor and bronze. The bronze shows a Blackfoot Warrior in traditional clothing with spear and shield. The piece is dated 1975 and numbered 27/36. The bronze measures 16 3/4" x 10 3/4" x 9 1/2" and sits on a stained oak base.

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Blackfoot Mother & Child Schildt Bronze Sculpture Blackfoot Mother & Child Schildt Bronze Sculpture

Blackfoot Mother & Child Schildt Bronze Sculpture

Lot #107 (Sale Order 107 of 491)

For your consideration is a bronze sculpture depicting a Blackfoot Indian mother and child by Gary Schildt. Schildt is a member of the Blackfoot Tribe and has participated in the C.M. Russell Auction In Great Falls, Montana numerous years. In addition, he is a founding member of the Northwest Rendezvous of Art group. Schildt is an accomplished artist with notable works in oil, watercolor and bronze. The bronze shows a Blackfoot Indian mother and child. The piece is dated 1975 and numbered 27/36. The bronze measures 15" x 12 1/2" x 15" and sits on a stained oak base.

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Brontosaurus Fossil & Raindrop Damascus Knife Brontosaurus Fossil & Raindrop Damascus Knife

Brontosaurus Fossil & Raindrop Damascus Knife

Lot #108 (Sale Order 108 of 491)

This is an original pre-historic ancient Brontosaurus Dinosaur bone inlaid knife having a raindrop Damascus blade. The knife is from Santa Fe Stone-works. The grip shows a very rare ancient pre-historic Brontosaurus Dinosaur fossilized bone inlay that is accented by a black onyx and silver linings. The blade shows a "Sanmai Damascus" which has a core of VG-10 "super stainless steel" with 16 layers of SUS410 high carbon stainless steel on each side making an over 33 layer work of art. This is a liner lock knife showing a 4"L body and 3.25"L blade with belt / pocket clip. The knife comes with the original Santa Fe Stoneworks Dinosaur box and original paper work. This is a brand new knife.

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AGA Campolin Diana Damascus Stag Switchblade AGA Campolin Diana Damascus Stag Switchblade

AGA Campolin Diana Damascus Stag Switchblade

Lot #109 (Sale Order 109 of 491)

This is an authentic original A.G.A. Campolin Maniago, Italy 2018 Diana lever lock switchblade knife with premium stag horn grips. These authentic original A.G.A. Campolin knives are exceedingly rare and currently are on back order, making them out-of-stock and unavailable to the public. This knife was completely handmade by Renzo Pascotta for A.G.A. Campolin and features a lever lock “Diana” stiletto model showing the shape of a slim Catalana and the workings of a German leverlock mechanism. The blade shows a blacksmith forged Damascus by Russian master Zlatoust. The knife shows genuine European Stag horn antler grips with solid nickel silver bolsters and pommel accented by the solid brass bolster linings. Genuine premium stag horn antler grips with this coloring and finish are scarce. The knife comes with an original A.G.A. Campolin DAL 1947 Made in Italy genuine leather belt sheath. The piece is in brand new condition and the auto-matic knife function, which works by pushing the nickel lever, works excellently without flaw. The knife measures overall 8 5/8 inches in length with a 3.75-inch-long blade. When closed the knife measures 5 inches in length. Guaranteed to be an original A.G.A. Campolin Knife.

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AGA Campolin Frosolone Stag Stilleto Switchblade AGA Campolin Frosolone Stag Stilleto Switchblade

AGA Campolin Frosolone Stag Stilleto Switchblade

Lot #110 (Sale Order 110 of 491)

This is an authentic original A.G.A. Campolin Maniago, Italy 2017 Frosolone picklock switchblade knife with premium stag horn grips. These authentic original A.G.A. Campolin knives are exceedingly rare and currently are on back order, making them out-of-stock and unavailable to the public. This knife was completely handmade by Renzo Pascotta for A.G.A. Campolin and features a picklock “Frosolone” stiletto model which is an artful recreation of the 1940’s switchblades. The blade shows a blacksmith forged Damascus by Russian master Zlatoust. The knife shows genuine European Stag horn antler grips with solid nickel silver bolsters accented by the solid brass bolster linings. Genuine premium stag horn antler grips with this coloring and finish are scarce. The knife comes with an original A.G.A. Campolin DAL 1947 Made in Italy genuine leather sheath. The piece is in brand new condition and the auto-matic knife function, which works by pushing the nickel lever, works excellently without flaw. The knife measures overall 10 inches in length with a 4.5-inch-long blade. When closed the knife measures 5.5 inches in length. Guaranteed to be an original A.G.A. Campolin Knife.

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Latama Cutlery Italian Abalone Switchblade Latama Cutlery Italian Abalone Switchblade

Latama Cutlery Italian Abalone Switchblade

Lot #110a (Sale Order 110 of 491)

The lot features an authentic original Latama Cutlery primo “Walts Classic” model picklock automatic switchblade made in Maniago, Italy in the premium Abalone Shell finish. The Latama Walts Classic switchblade is considered the “Cadillac” of switchblades due to its incredible design, historic reliability and extremely high quality 5MM backspring. This example was handmade by the Latama artisans in Italy using 440C stainless steel with nickel silver bolsters and pommel, brass bolster linings and pins, and premium genuine solid Abalone Shell grips on both sides. The blade shows a full grind front and full grind rear (not sharpened) making it a dagger pattern. Each of these Latama knives are handmade with no two being the exact same and very few produced due to the nature of their detailed craft. The blade is marked LATAMA ITALY and bears the hallmark. Abalone shell is the highest grade of Latama knife you can purchase with this being authentic genuine solid abalone shell having exquisite coloring. The piece is in brand new condition and the auto-matic knife function, which works by pushing the nickel button, works excellently without flaw. The knife measures overall 9 inches in length with a 4-inch-long blade. When closed the knife measures 5 inches in length. Guaranteed to be an original Latama Cutlery Knife. Red dot safety.

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AKC Italian Lever Lock Switchblade Stag Knife AKC Italian Lever Lock Switchblade Stag Knife

AKC Italian Lever Lock Switchblade Stag Knife

Lot #110b (Sale Order 110 of 491)

This is an original authentic AKC Italy handmade leverlock (lever lock) switchblade stilleto knife with premium stag grips. The knife shwos a stainless steel blade with a leverlock mechnism and original European Stag Horn grips having brass pins. The hardnened steel blade is marked "AKC ITALY". The piece is in very good condition and works wonderfully. This is guaranteed to be an original AKC Italian switchblade. Measures overall 8"L with a 3.25"L blade and is 4 5/8"L when closed.

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Frank Beltrame Italian Stiletto Switchblade Frank Beltrame Italian Stiletto Switchblade

Frank Beltrame Italian Stiletto Switchblade

Lot #110c (Sale Order 110 of 491)

This is an original Frank Beltrame Italian stiletto switchblade in a very large picklock pattern. The blade is marked, "FRANK B. ITALY". The knife shows a stainless-steel blade with full grind front and half grind rear. The knife shows premium exotic Snakewood grip scales showing a highly figured wood grain in brown and red. The grips are secured to the knife with four brass pins. Frank Beltrame knives are handmade in Italy showing a high quality of craftsmanship. Frank B. knives are currently completely out of stock and immensely hard to come by. This is the largest switchblade they offer being a total of 11 inches long with a 5 inch long blade. The knife is 6"L when closed. This is a brand new knife and the push button mechanism works flawlessly.

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Charlie M. Russell Watercolor Reproduction Prints Charlie M. Russell Watercolor Reproduction Prints

Charlie M. Russell Watercolor Reproduction Prints

Lot #111 (Sale Order 111 of 491)

Included in this lot we have a collection of Charlie M. Russell watercolor reproduction prints. The collections consists of six Russell titles; Indians and Scouts Talking, Intruders, Surprise Attack, When Cows Were Wild, Squaw Travois, Letter To Geo. W. Farr. The prints show an array of scenes and landscapes. The prints where made by Penn Prints in 1958. The collection comes in a "Charles M. Russell Watercolors of the Old West" art folio. Overall, the pieces show good condition with no signs of damage. The prints measure 16" wide by 12" tall.

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Four Layer Chinese Floral Jade Puzzle Ball Four Layer Chinese Floral Jade Puzzle Ball

Four Layer Chinese Floral Jade Puzzle Ball

Lot #112 (Sale Order 112 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure is this Four Layer Chinese Floral Jade Puzzle Ball. There are many mentions about jade puzzle balls throughout history, their meanings usually signify happiness, fertility, or familial bonding and pride. This puzzle ball is layered with four sphere inside of each other with a floral design to the outside sphere. There aren't a any carved designs on the sphere inside which shows it is not a familial puzzle ball. It stands on a layered disk stand with four triangular feet. The measurements of this ball are 4 3/4" x 4". the diameter opf the sphere itself is 4".

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Utilitee Super Lisle Web Ribbon Display Case Utilitee Super Lisle Web Ribbon Display Case

Utilitee Super Lisle Web Ribbon Display Case

Lot #113 (Sale Order 113 of 491)

Featured in this lot we have a Utilitee super lisle web ribbon display case. The case shows solid oak construction with slot cut corners. The display case shows 11 ribbon storage slots with clear plastic as the dividers. The front of the display case is marked "Utilitee -Super Lisle Web-" across the front of the glass. The piece shows good condition overall. It measures 15 1/4" wide by 6 1/2" deep and 7 1/4" tall.

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Navajo Signed Abalone & Sterling Silver Ring Navajo Signed Abalone & Sterling Silver Ring

Navajo Signed Abalone & Sterling Silver Ring

Lot #114 (Sale Order 114 of 491)

For your consideration is a signed Navajo Native American abalone and sterling silver ring. This gorgeous ring features a large blue abalone gemstone accented by finely detailed floral design. The ring measures a US size 8.

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Navajo Carved Bone Pendant & Turquoise Necklace Navajo Carved Bone Pendant & Turquoise Necklace

Navajo Carved Bone Pendant & Turquoise Necklace

Lot #115 (Sale Order 115 of 491)

For your consideration is a Navajo Native American carved bone pendant and turquoise necklace. This stunning piece of Navajo craftsmanship shows a carved bone pendant depicting a bison head. The pendant is surround by three turquoise nuggets on either side. The chain is composed of silver with a paddle design. Unclasped the necklace measures 25" long.

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Colt Single Action Frontier Scout .22 LR Revolver Colt Single Action Frontier Scout .22 LR Revolver

Colt Single Action Frontier Scout .22 LR Revolver

Lot #116 (Sale Order 116 of 491)

This is a Colt Single Action Frontier Scout revolver in the .22LR caliber. The revolver features a blue'd barrel, frame and six shot cylinder with Cocobolo hardwood grips. The barrel is 4.75" and is marked "Colt Single Action Frontier Scout 22 L.R." The Colt revolver shows good condition and has retained much of the original finish. The pistol measures 10" long overall with a 4.75" barrel. Serial number is 73309F. This firearm qualifies as a Curio & Relic Long Gun, and requires FFL Transfer or NICS Background Check.

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Winchester Model 94 .32 Win Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 94 .32 Win Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 94 .32 Win Lever Action Rifle

Lot #117 (Sale Order 117 of 491)

This lot features a Winchester Model 1894 .32 Winchester Lever Action Rifle. The rifle features a 20" barrel. Blue'd finish, tang sight, and a great patina. Probably the most famous, and certainly the most popular, hunting rifle in history is the Winchester Model 1894. The Model 94 was the first sporting rifle to sell over 1,000,000 copies. Sales ultimately totaled somewhere around 7,000,000 before the Model 94 was discontinued when the U.S. factory was shut down in 2006. No other sporting rifle has approached those numbers, and it is unlikely that one ever will. But back in 1894 when John Browning completed his design and Winchester began to market it, none of this success was assured. In fact, the Model 1894 was a ground breaking sporting rifle; the first chambered for the (then) new smokeless powder cartridges. It was a big leap forward, and a big gamble. The Model 1894 could, like the first Colt double action revolvers and many other firearms that were ahead of their time, have been a commercial flop. In which case it would be only a historical footnote today. But, as it turned out, the Model 1894 appeared at exactly the right time, and the rest is history. The rifle is in good condition showing honest wear from use. The stock has been engraved with a deer and floral design while the receiver has been engraved as well. The bore is bright with strong rifling. This rifle was manufactured in 1955. Serial Number: 2130607. This firearm qualifies as a Curio & Relic Long Gun, and requires FFL Transfer or NICS Background Check.

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Remington Model 700 .22-250 Bolt Action Rifle Remington Model 700 .22-250 Bolt Action Rifle

Remington Model 700 .22-250 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #118 (Sale Order 118 of 491)

This is a Remington Model 700 bolt action rifle chambered in the .22-250 caliber. The rifle features a 24" round blue'd steel barrel and receiver with a checkered straight grain walnut stock. The barrel is marked "Remington Arms Co. Inc. Ilion, NY 22-250 Rem". The receiver is marked "Remington Model 700". The rifle has a Bushnell 3x - 9x scope. The barrel is drilled and tapped for a front and rear sight. The Remington rifle is in good condition. Serial number: 259317. This firearm qualifies as a Curio & Relic Long Gun, and requires FFL Transfer or NICS Background Check.

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Winchester Model 94 30-30 WCF Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 94 30-30 WCF Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 94 30-30 WCF Lever Action Rifle

Lot #119 (Sale Order 119 of 491)

For your consideration is a Winchester Model 94 30 WCF Lever Action Rifle. The John Browning designed Winchester 94 repeating carbine was popular far and wide, from Klondike gold seekers, Texas Rangers, cowboys, ranchers, big game hunters, and Mexican Revolutionaries alike. The famous design of this 103 year old firearm stands the test of time, retaining a tight action, lock-up, and strong springs. The carbine utilizes a walnut butt-stock and fore-grip, showing a steel crescent butt-plate, 20" round barrel with full tube magazine, original Winchester blade front sight, and an adjustable rear sight. The carbine is marked in numerous spots, including: "New Haven Conn U.S. of America - Winchester Proof Steel - Winchester Trademark - Model 94 - 30 WCF." The finish to the straight grain walnut stock has been compromised and will need to be redone. The stock has a serrated metal butt. The action functions as intended with no problems. Manufacture date of 1948. Serial Number: 1521482. This firearm qualifies as a Curio & Relic Long Gun, and requires FFL Transfer or NICS Background Check.

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Remington Model 1100 12 GA Semi Auto Shotgun Remington Model 1100 12 GA Semi Auto Shotgun

Remington Model 1100 12 GA Semi Auto Shotgun

Lot #120 (Sale Order 120 of 491)

You are bidding on a Remington Model 1100 12 Gauge Semi Auto Shotgun. This shotgun features a 28" fully ribbed barrel, blue'd finish, walnut stock, modified choke, 2 3/4" chamber, and factory engraving. The Remington 1100 is a gas-operated semi-automatic shotgun, popular among sportsmen. The Remington 1100 was the first semiautomatic shotgun to feature significant improvements in felt recoil, weight and reliability. Designed by Wayne Leek, the Remington Model 1100 was introduced in 1963 as a successor to the Model 58 and 878 gas operated shotguns. The Model 58s had supplemented the recoil operated Model 11-48, which retained the long recoil action of John Browning's original design, present in the Remington Model 11 and the Auto-5. Later the 1100 replaced it as well. All models of the 1100 are gas operated with a mechanism that noticeably reduces recoil. Several variations of the Model 1100, in 12, 20, and 28 gauges, and .410 bore are still in production as of 2016. The Remington Model 1100 ushered in the era of successful and reliable gas-actuated autoloading shotguns, and, as of 1983, it was the best selling autoloading shotgun in U.S. history, in dollar terms. Over four million have been produced. This shotgun shows good condition, with some minor wear from use. Modern firearm. FFL transfer or NICS background check required.

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Remington 1100 30 Remington 1100 30

Remington 1100 30" Full Barrel

Lot #120a (Sale Order 120 of 491)

For your consideration is a Remington 1100 30" Improved Cylinder barrel. This 30" round blue'd barrel is fully ribbed. It is marked on the left "12 GA. For 2 3/4 IN. Shells" and " Full" on the right. The left side is marked "Remington Arms Co. Inc - Ilion, N.Y. Made in U.S.A." This barrel has a beaded front sight. The barrel is in good condition and shows only slight wear from use.

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Thomas J. Evans English Brass Telescope Thomas J. Evans English Brass Telescope

Thomas J. Evans English Brass Telescope

Lot #121 (Sale Order 121 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure we have a Thomas J. Evans English brass telescope available. Inscribed on the telescope is "Thos Evans. ESQ- London." This item does not have an orbital site system it would be used more for terrestrial use. This piece is very unique and would make a great collectors item. The telescope is in good condition and in full extension the telescope measures 62" tall.

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Cheyenne Frontier Days Poster by Bob Coronato Cheyenne Frontier Days Poster by Bob Coronato

Cheyenne Frontier Days Poster by Bob Coronato

Lot #122 (Sale Order 122 of 491)

This is an original Cheyenne Frontier Days poster by Bob Coronato. The poster shows wonderful graphics including a bronc rider in the center and Western images throughout. The artist incorporates subtle details such as the livestock brands along the border and a cowboy in a phone booth. The poster has been hand signed by the artist and shows very good condition. It measures 18.25" x 39.25". Posters will ship without backing.

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Pendleton Round-Up Poster by Bob Coronato Pendleton Round-Up Poster by Bob Coronato

Pendleton Round-Up Poster by Bob Coronato

Lot #123 (Sale Order 123 of 491)

This is an original Pendleton Round-Up poster by renowned Western artist Bob Coronato. The poster was made in a 19th century style with fantastic graphics including a bronc rider and a cowboy dressed in wooly chaps. The poster has been hand signed by the artist and is in very good condition. The poster measures 18.5" x 39.25". Posters will ship without backing.

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Deadwood South Dakota Rodeo Poster Bob Coronato Deadwood South Dakota Rodeo Poster Bob Coronato

Deadwood South Dakota Rodeo Poster Bob Coronato

Lot #124 (Sale Order 124 of 491)

This is an original Deadwood, South Dakota rodeo poster by Western artist, Bob Coronato. The poster shows fantastic 19th century style with graphics of a bronc rider in the center and Will Bill Hickok near the bottom. The artist incorporates subtle details in the piece such as the aces and 8's poker hand in the corners known as the "Dead Man's Hand". The rodeo poster is in very good condition. It has been signed by the artist. The poster measures 17.5" x 39". Posters will ship without backing.

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Montana Game, Fish, & Parks Bear Trap Sign Montana Game, Fish, & Parks Bear Trap Sign

Montana Game, Fish, & Parks Bear Trap Sign

Lot #125 (Sale Order 125 of 491)

This lot features a Montana bear trap sign. This sign was used to designate an area that had bear traps set. The sign was utilized by the Montana Game, Fish, and Parks to warn people that traps were set in the immediate area. The sign is in very good condition. It measures 12" x 18".

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Grizzly Bear Warning Sign from Canada Grizzly Bear Warning Sign from Canada

Grizzly Bear Warning Sign from Canada

Lot #126 (Sale Order 126 of 491)

This is a Grizzly Bear Warning sign from Canada. The sign is from the Canadian Wildlife Ministry and reads "Warning Grizzly Bear Activity is High. The sign is a high visibility yellow and features a silhouette image of a grizzly bear. The sign is in very good condition. It measures 12" x 18".

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Smokey Bear U.S. Forest Service Porcelain Sign Smokey Bear U.S. Forest Service Porcelain Sign

Smokey Bear U.S. Forest Service Porcelain Sign

Lot #127 (Sale Order 127 of 491)

This is a Smokey Bear porcelain enamel sign. Smokey Bear was adopted by the U.S. Forest Service back in the 1940's as part of their campaign to prevent forest fires. This sign shows a book of matches with Smokey's face. The sign is in very good condition. It measures 11" x 7.75". The bottom of the sign is marked, “U.S. Department of Agriculture – Forest Service / ANDE ROONEY INC. MADE IN U.S.A. 1988 / U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1963-O-704-807 / State Forestry Department.”

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Collection of Frederic Remington Color Portraits Collection of Frederic Remington Color Portraits

Collection of Frederic Remington Color Portraits

Lot #128 (Sale Order 128 of 491)

Featured in this lot we have a collection of eight Frederic Remington color portraits. The collection consists of eight colored portraits of western figures. The folio contains portraits titled; A Breed, An Arizona Cowboy, A Cheyenne Buck, A Sioux Chief, A Cavalry Officer, An Army Packer, A Trapper, and Old Ramon. The pieces where printed by Penn Prints, New York in 1956 and show full color. The prints are held in a folio reading "Frederic Remington's 'Buckskins' Portraits of the Old West... The original folio of eight color prints superbly reproduced" with the image of a Indian on horseback. The collection shows good condition overall. The prints measure 16 1/4" tall by 12 1/4" wide.

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Yellowstone Park Photo Portfolio by Franz Lipp Yellowstone Park Photo Portfolio by Franz Lipp

Yellowstone Park Photo Portfolio by Franz Lipp

Lot #129 (Sale Order 129 of 491)

Offered in this lot we have a Yellowstone National Park photograph portfolio by Franz Lipp, copyright 1951. The collection consists of five black and white photograph prints. The photos are titled; Lower Fall and Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River; Bull Moose; Mount Washburn, North Slope, view into Antelope Creek Valley; Black Bear cub; and Steamboat Point at Yellowstone Lake. The pieces where printed by Henry Regnery Co. and copyrighted in 1951. The photographs come in a printed folder. The collection shows good condition overall with some damage to the folder. The photographs measures 13 1/2" tall by 10" wide.

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1677 Hudson's Bay Company Medallion 1677 Hudson's Bay Company Medallion

1677 Hudson's Bay Company Medallion

Lot #130 (Sale Order 130 of 491)

Available for your bidding pleasure we have a Hudson's Bay Company Safe Passage Medallion. This medallion is made out of copper material and on it is engraved "Hudson's Bay Company. 1677 Moose Factory. Safe passage." It also has an "HB' which stands for Hudson's Bay as well as a Fox. Engraved on the back is "The bearer in his majesty's service, give him safe passage, treat him accordingly, by authority of our sovereign Lord King Charles II, 1977." This medallion is in good condition and hangs on a blue ribbon. Unclasped, this piece measures 36". The originality and age of this piece is unknown.

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Montana Pronghorn Taxidermy Shoulder Mount Montana Pronghorn Taxidermy Shoulder Mount

Montana Pronghorn Taxidermy Shoulder Mount

Lot #131 (Sale Order 131 of 491)

Featured in this lot we have a Montana taken pronghorn antelope taxidermy shoulder mount. The pronghorn is a uniquely American game, existing as far East as Western Minnesota, and reaching to Eastern California - And as far North as Southern Saskatchewan, and South to Northern Baja. The Pronghorn, often referred to as an American Antelope, or simply Antelope, is actually closest related to the Giraffe, and is part of the Giraffoidea superfamily, making it a distant relative to more similar deer, antelope, and gazelles. This mount in particular shows two prominent antlers, each with an additional "prong". As well, the pronghorn displays a wonderful tan/dark brown/off-white color gradient. The pronghorn shows good condition overall with some damage to the left ear and some light shedding. The mount measures 35 3/4" tall by 12 3/4" wide and roughly 20" deep.

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New Mexico Trophy Oryx Shoulder Mount New Mexico Trophy Oryx Shoulder Mount

New Mexico Trophy Oryx Shoulder Mount

Lot #132 (Sale Order 132 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure is this New Mexico Trophy Oryx Shoulder Mount. Oryx being one of the four large species of antelope is associated with the genus Oryx. These African animals are characterized by the bright markings on their legs and face. They are oryx gazelles, from the Kalahari region of Africa. But this is the Chihuahuan Desert of southern New Mexico, where the animals have been multiplying since 1969, when the New Mexico Game and Fish Department released oryx as part of its exotic animal introduction program on the White Sands Missile Range. The measurements of the shoulder mount are 38" x 44" x 28". The measurements of its horns are 32".

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Pre-1920 Art Deco Diamond & Emerald 14K Gold Ring Pre-1920 Art Deco Diamond & Emerald 14K Gold Ring

Pre-1920 Art Deco Diamond & Emerald 14K Gold Ring

Lot #133 (Sale Order 133 of 491)

The lot features an exquisite Pre-1920’s Art Deco 14K white gold, diamond and emerald ring. The ring is of an exceptional craftsmanship and shows an age of circa 1900-1920 having a wonderful Art Deco styling. The piece shows a large European cut round brilliant center diamond with a size / weight of approximately 1.25 carats. Overall the ring shows a total of 9 round brilliant European cut diamonds with a total approximate weight of 3.1 carats and 6 round brilliant cut emeralds with an approximate weight of .50 carat. The ring shows a very heavy solid 14K white gold construction, a true testament to its early handmade age, and is marked “14K”. The diamonds appear to have a bright white coloring and a very high quality. The ring is in very good condition for its early age showing no damage and bright coloring. The ring is in a size 7 ¼ US.

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Pre-1920 Art Deco Diamond White & Yellow Gold Ring Pre-1920 Art Deco Diamond White & Yellow Gold Ring

Pre-1920 Art Deco Diamond White & Yellow Gold Ring

Lot #134 (Sale Order 134 of 491)

Offered for public sale is this exceptional Pre-1920’s Art Deco 14K yellow and white gold ring showing beautiful diamonds. The ring is of an excellent craftsmanship and shows an age of circa 1900-1920 having a wonderful Art Deco styling. The ring shows a total of 25 round brilliant cut diamonds showing an approximate total weight of 1.2 carats. The setting shows an absolutely gorgeous typical early Art Deco styling showing three major diamonds with the outside settings being flanked by six diamonds each with the top and bottom border being a wonderful flowing ribbon with a total of 10 additional diamonds. The ring truly flashes and has an excellent craftsmanship with the setting along the top being in white gold, to accent the diamonds, and the band itself being in yellow gold having a delicate filigree lattice like side and top which can be seen from either side of the ring and through the top of the diamond setting. The ring is marked “14K” and is marked “LG” by the outstanding jeweler. The diamonds each show a nice white coloring and the larger three appear to be of a good quality. The ring shows a very good condition for its early age showing no damage and bright coloring. The ring is in a size 7 ½ US. The stone weight is an approximation.

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Art Deco Platinum Diamond Wedding Ring Set Art Deco Platinum Diamond Wedding Ring Set

Art Deco Platinum Diamond Wedding Ring Set

Lot #135 (Sale Order 135 of 491)

The lot features an early Pre-1920 Art Deco Platinum and diamond engagement ring set. The engagement set shows a heavy solid platinum construction with excellent craftsmanship and a total of 8 round brilliant stunning diamonds. The engagement ring and band have been expertly welded together. The ring shows a total of 8 diamonds with a total weight of approximately .75 carats. The setting shows an absolutely gorgeous typical early Art Deco styling showing a classic design having a raised center stone and wedding band with five matched diamonds. The ring truly flashes and has an excellent craftsmanship. The ring is marked. The diamonds each show a nice white coloring and appear to be of a good quality. The ring shows a very good condition for its early age showing no damage and bright coloring. The ring is in a size 7 US. The stone weight is an approximation.

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Classic Art Deco 1920's Diamond & 14k Gold Ring Classic Art Deco 1920's Diamond & 14k Gold Ring

Classic Art Deco 1920's Diamond & 14k Gold Ring

Lot #135a (Sale Order 135 of 491)

For your consideration is a Art Deco 14k white gold and diamond ring. The ring shows a truly classic Art Deco circa 1920’s design showing a raised setting having a filigree cut lattice work and bold style. At the center shows a beautiful round brilliant cut diamond with an approximate weight of .30 carats. Framing the beautiful diamond at the top and bottom are two baguette cut deep blue sapphires that show an approximate total weight of .12 carats. The ring is in overall very good condition for its approximate 100 year age and is truly a classic style of the age. The ring is a size 7 US.

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Navajo Native American Horse Headstall Navajo Native American Horse Headstall

Navajo Native American Horse Headstall

Lot #136 (Sale Order 136 of 491)

Available in this lot is a Navajo Native American Indian horse headstall. The headstall is crafted of brass, copper and iron fixtures. The headstall shows incredible detail and workmanship. It features chain tasseled bovine effigy pendants. The piece shows good condition and displays very well. It measures 27" long and 5" wide

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Wild West Show Jeweled Belt circa 1900 Wild West Show Jeweled Belt circa 1900

Wild West Show Jeweled Belt circa 1900

Lot #137 (Sale Order 137 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure we have a jeweled belt from the Wild West Show circa 1900. The Wild West Show was a show that travelled throughout the United States and Europe that existed around 1870–1920. The shows began as theatrical stage productions and evolved into open-air shows that depicted romanticized stereotypes of cowboys, Plains Indians, army scouts, outlaws, and wild animals that existed in the American West. This belt has some loose and missing jewels but overall is in good condition considering its age. It measures 32" long.

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Presentation Pipe Tomahawk 1820- Ex. Sorgenfrei Presentation Pipe Tomahawk 1820- Ex. Sorgenfrei

Presentation Pipe Tomahawk 1820- Ex. Sorgenfrei

Lot #138 (Sale Order 138 of 491)

This is an exceptional circa 1820-1840 presentation grade pipe tomahawk from the Jan Sorgenfrei (1942-2012). The pipe tomahawk war club is from the Great Lakes Native American Indian region. The piece was purchased by Jan Sorgenfrei, the former owner of the Old Barn Auction in Findlay, Ohio, from noted collector of pre-historic and historic relics, Clem Caldwell (1918-2007). The tomahawk sat in a glass display case for many years in the auction gallery museum alongside an early American Indian Dag Knife and J. Wilson made pipe tomahawk before later being sold by Jan Sorgenfrei to noted collector and author Mark Francis in 2009. The piece features an expertly blacksmith hand-forged and decorated pipe tomahawk head measuring 7 ¾ inches in length with a 2 ½ inch long blade. The head is secured onto the haft with a poured silver pewter gasket and has an artful hand-stipple engraved figure of an American Bald Eagle wearing a U.S. themed shield and having a war lance and two arrows in its talons. The head has forged moldings, chevrons and filed rings around the top and bottom of the pipe bowl. There is a small rear facing spur at the bottom inside edge of the axe blade. The haft shows two wide, decorative silver pewter bands in the center of the haft, a truly artistic and wonderful addition. The haft has a split near the smoking tip, and expected, but minor wear from good age and use. Sorgenfrei kept the head and haft waxed to preserve the piece from further degradation and corrosion. It is pictured in the upcoming 2019 book "Rare American Indians Volume 2". For similar authentic Indian tomahawks with figural eagle engravings on the blade, see "American Indian Tomahawks" (1965) by Harold Peterson figures 124 and 303; "Tomahawks and Pipe Axes of the American Frontier" (1995) by John Baldwin figure 59; and "Indian Tomahawks and Frontiersmen Belt Axes" (1995) by James Hartzler & Daniel Knowles page 126 figure 20, and page 143 figure 55. The tomahawk measures overall 17.5”L. Ex Clem Caldwell/Jan Sorgenfrei/Mark Francis collections.

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Mandan Tomahawk Missouri War Axe c. 1780-1800 Mandan Tomahawk Missouri War Axe c. 1780-1800

Mandan Tomahawk Missouri War Axe c. 1780-1800

Lot #138a (Sale Order 138 of 491)

Available for sale is one of the finest “Missouri War Axe” war clubs from circa 1780-1800. The tomahawk is from the Mandan Native American Indian tribe along the upper Missouri River. This piece is the only known surviving example in any private or museum collection with the haft protrusion, making it one of the rarest American Indian tomahawks and historically important. The hand forged iron head measures 8.5 inches in length with a wide triangular-shaped, thin blade featuring five pierced holes and filed lines along the top of the eye hole. The head is secured to the old wood haft with a thick wrap of hardened hide and old square head iron nails. The haft protrusion at the top has a small pierced hole that likely held a drop of feathers or trade beads at one time. The earliest style of this tomahawk would show a plain blade or with small perforated holes such as this. The Osage County Historical Society Museum in Oklahoma shows a circa 1780-1800 example made by noted St. Louis blacksmith Henri Papin, corroborates the simple pierced hole observation on the earliest pieces. Explorer Karl Bodmer documented early examples of this style of war club in his paintings published in the McKinney & Hall books showing the small protrusion carved in high relief off the top of the haft holding a small drop of feathers and beads. A photo of Bodmer’s 1834 painting of Minnetare Chief Addih-Hiddish holding his Missouri War Axe with haft protrusion is shown to illustrate this rare feature. The term "Missouri War Axe" was coined by American Indian weapons collectors to describe this particular style of tomahawk. They were first discovered by Lewis & Clark on their 1804-1805 expedition financed by Thomas Jefferson, which sent them exploring up the upper Missouri River basin. Meriwether Lewis wrote about these weapons and sketched one in his journal, stating that the local Indians were fervently requesting the expedition blacksmith to make additional examples for them. He went as far as to state that it was the only item the Indians were willing to trade corn, grain and other expedition necessities for and that manufacture and trade of additional axes is what solely got the explorers through the winter of 1805. The protrusion is cut down in high-relief from the haft itself and is not a separate piece, but one solid haft. The old hardwood haft has some splits and drying due to age and use. This piece is pictured in the following publications/books “The Mark Francis Collection of American Indian Art (2009)”, “Rare American Indian Weapons”, “The Missouri War Axe: War Tomahawks of the Plains and Prairies (2010)” by Mark Francis, and “Plains Art: A Study of Artifacts of the Central Plains” by F.C. Crissman. Ex-collections of Fred Crissman/Mark Francis. References: "American Indian Tomahawks" (1965) by Harold Peterson "The Missouri War Axe: War Tomahawk of the Plains and Prairies (2010) by Mark Francis "The Mark Francis Collection of American Indian Art" (2009) by Mark Francis "Indian Tomahawks and Frontiersmen Belt Axes" (1995) by Daniel Hartzler & James Knowles "Tomahawks & Pipe Axes of the American Frontier" (1995) by John Baldwin "Indian War Clubs of the American Frontier" (2001) by John Baldwin "Tomahawk: A Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum" Janaury 1946 by Arthur Woodward "Native American Weapons" (2001) by Colin Taylor

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Fran Yazzie Navajo Inlaid Blue Opal Sterling Cuff Fran Yazzie Navajo Inlaid Blue Opal Sterling Cuff

Fran Yazzie Navajo Inlaid Blue Opal Sterling Cuff

Lot #139 (Sale Order 139 of 491)

For bidding in this lot is a signed Fran Yazzie, Navajo Native American Indian cuff, or bracelet. The piece is crafted of heavy sterling silver, and shows a striking band of blue opal laid across the top. The band of the cuff is bordered on each side with gorgeous sterling silver, braided twists. The inside of the cuff is marked "Sterling - F", attributing to the .925% sterling silver purity. Overall, the cuff shows very-good condition - boasting a bright white mirror tone on the silver, and tightly set opals. The cuff measures 2 5/8" wide, and 2" tall. The inside circumference of the cuff equals approximately 7".

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1940's Wild West Show Feather Lined Leggings 1940's Wild West Show Feather Lined Leggings

1940's Wild West Show Feather Lined Leggings

Lot #140 (Sale Order 140 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure are these 1940's Wild West Show Feather Lined Leggings. These leggings are in good condition. The leggings consist of large strips of fabric with feathers lining the outside of the fabric. On both ends are clasps. The measurements of these leggings are 50 1/2" x 17".

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C.A. Beil C.A. Beil

C.A. Beil "Banff Bighorn" Bronze Sculpture

Lot #141 (Sale Order 141 of 491)

Included in this lot is a C.A. Beil "Banff Bighorn" Bronze Sculpture. Charles A. Beil, was a Canadian sculptor best known for his sculptures of cowboys and the plain Indians of the early West. He was a protégé and friend of artist Charles Marion Russell. He was born in Germany and left at the age of 11. He worked for some time in South America before making his way to North America, where he discovered his love of the Wild West and the Frontier. It was Russell who encouraged him to start creating art, and inspired him to start working with pencil and clay. Beil moved to Banff, Alberta in the 1930s, where he began to take an interest in casting clay into bronze. Beil created the trophies for the Calgary Stampede for over 20 years. This bronze sculpture shows a European style rams head and features a brass name plate with the title "Banff Bighorn" and the artists name. The bronze is signed by the artist and numbered 8/60. The piece measures 6 3/4" round by 4 1/2" tall.

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Bob Scriver Original Bronze Sculpture Paul's Bull Bob Scriver Original Bronze Sculpture Paul's Bull

Bob Scriver Original Bronze Sculpture Paul's Bull

Lot #142 (Sale Order 142 of 491)

This is an original Bob Scriver bronze sculpture titled "Paul's Bull". The piece shows the buffalo laying out on the prairie. 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 an exceptional Montana shaped base. 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. This bronze is in good condition and comes with the Certificate of Authenticity. It has been signed by the artist and is numbered 297/1000. It measures 11 1/8" x 6" and is 3 1/2" tall.

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Miracle on 34th. Street by Valentine Davis 1947 Miracle on 34th. Street by Valentine Davis 1947

Miracle on 34th. Street by Valentine Davis 1947

Lot #143 (Sale Order 143 of 491)

For your bidding pleasure is this book Miracle on 34th. Street by Valentine Davis 1947. This book is in good condition, with some tears to the dust cover and the book itself is in pristine condition with wear to corners of hardback and some to the spine. This iconic American Christmas classic published by Harcourt, Brace and Company according to the Miami Herald is, "Whimsical, appealing, humorous, exciting and enjoyable reading." The measurements of this book are 7 5/8" x 5 1/2".

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16th Annual American Ethnology Report 1894- 95 16th Annual American Ethnology Report 1894- 95

16th Annual American Ethnology Report 1894- 95

Lot #144 (Sale Order 144 of 491)

Featured in this lot we have a 16th annual Bureau of American ethnology report from 1894 to 1895. The report was sent from the Bureau to the secretary of the Smithsonian institution. The book features 326 pages, 40 black and white photographs, a map of the US, two maps of the Canyon De Chelly, and a collection of black and white text illustrations. The Sixteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1894- 95 is published in 1897 by the Government Printing Office Washington. The book shows good condition overall with some minor wear on the cover. It measures 11 5/8" tall by 8 1/4" wide and 1 3/4" thick.

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20th & 26th Annual Report of American Ethnology 20th & 26th Annual Report of American Ethnology

20th & 26th Annual Report of American Ethnology

Lot #145 (Sale Order 145 of 491)

Included in this lot we have the 20th and 26th annual Bureau of American ethnology reports from 1898 to 1899 and 1904 to 1905. The reports where sent from the Bureau to the secretary of the Smithsonian institution. The 20th report shows 461 pages, with numerous black and white photographs and text illustrations. The 26th annual report shows 512 pages with 47 pages of black and white photographs near the center of the book with many other photos and illustrations. The 20th and 26th Annual Reports of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1898-1899 and 1904- 1905 is published Government Printing Office Washington 1903 and 1908 first printings. The books show good condition overall with some light wear indicative of age. The covers measure 11 3/4" tall by 8 1/4" wide with them measuring 2 1/4" and 1 3/4" thick respectively.

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Colt Official Police Pistol .38 Special Revolver Colt Official Police Pistol .38 Special Revolver

Colt Official Police Pistol .38 Special Revolver

Lot #146 (Sale Order 146 of 491)

This is a Colt Official Police Model double action revolver chambered in the .38 special. The piece features a blue'd steel 6" barrel, frame and 6-shot cylinder. The right of the barrel is marked "Colt's Pt. F.A. Mfg. Co. Hartford, CT U.S.A." and the left side of the barrel is marked "Colt Official Police .38 Special CTG." The revolver has the original factory grips showing the rearing horse emblem on each side. The colt revolver is in good overall condition. This revolver has a manufacture date of 1966. Serial Number: 908913. This is a modern firearm and requires a FFL transfer or NICS background check.

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Ruger Standard Model .22 Semi Automatic Pistol Ruger Standard Model .22 Semi Automatic Pistol

Ruger Standard Model .22 Semi Automatic Pistol

Lot #147 (Sale Order 147 of 491)

Included in this lot is a Ruger Standard Model Semi Automatic pistol. This firearm is an excellent example of Ruger craftsmanship. The pistol comes with the "Red Eagle" hard rubber grips and serrated trigger. The pistol is chambered in .22 Long Rifle and has a 4 3/4" round barrel. The barrel and frame are both factory blue'd. The frame is marked on the left "Ruger .22 Cal. Long Rifle - Automatic Pistol" and on the right "Sturm, Ruger & Co. - Southport, Conn. U.S.A." The pistol comes with a fixed blade front sight and a dovetailed rear sight. The firearms is in good condition with little loss to the finish and a clean trigger and charging handle. This firearm was manufactured circa 1952. Serial Number: 477858. This firearm qualifies as a Curio & Relic Firearm, and requires FFL Transfer or NICS Background Check.

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Early Marlin Model 1893 .30-30 Lever Action Rifle Early Marlin Model 1893 .30-30 Lever Action Rifle

Early Marlin Model 1893 .30-30 Lever Action Rifle

Lot #148 (Sale Order 148 of 491)

Available in this lot is a early Marlin Model 1893 Lever-Action rifle, chambered in .30-30. The rifle utilizes a 26" full octagon barrel, crescent steel butt-plate, rear buckhorn rear sight, paired with a fixed front sight, walnut fixtures, and a nickel finish. The rifle reads "Marlin Fire-Arms CO. New Haven. CT, U.S.A. - Patented, OCT. 11. 1887. APRIL 2. 1889. AUGUST 1. 1893", on the top of the barrel, "Special Smokeless Steel" on the left side of the barrel, "Marlin Safety" on the top of the receiver, and showing the serial number on the lower tang. Overall, the rifle shows good condition, with a nice patina to the finish, and nice walnut fixtures with some handling marks. The action is smooth, and strong rifling. Serial Number: 345864. This firearm qualifies as a Curio & Relic Long Gun, and requires FFL Transfer or NICS Background Check.

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Winchester Model 70 .270 WIN Bolt Action Rifle Winchester Model 70 .270 WIN Bolt Action Rifle

Winchester Model 70 .270 WIN Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #149 (Sale Order 149 of 491)

Included in this lot for bidding is a Winchester Model 70, Bolt Action rifle, chambered in .270 Win. The Mod. 70 was largely based off of the Model 54, and was nicknamed "The Rifleman's Rifle". Additionally, the Model 70 was coined as the "Bolt Action Rifle of the Century" by Shooting Times Magazine, in 1999. The Model 70 began production in 1936.. This fine rifle utilizes cut-checkered texture on the walnut fore-grip and pistol grip. The receiver is mounted to receiver a scope. The rifle is marked in numerous places on the 25" round blue'd barrel, reading; "-MADE in U.S.A.- Winchester Proof Steel - Winchester ® Model 70 -270 WIN." on the left side of the barrel, and "Winchester -Trade Mark-" on the left side of the receiver. The rifle includes the original hooded front sight, and hinged adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight. Overall, the rifle shows very good mechanical condition, and fair aesthetic condition. The rifle has a dull bore, with strong rifling, and a tight, smooth action. The walnut butt-stock and fore-grip shows some light wear from use, and transport. Manufacture date of 1957. Serial Number: 402912. This rifle qualifies as a Curio & Relic Long Gun, and requires FFL Transfer or NICS Background Check.

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Sako .300 Magnum Bolt Action Rifle Sako .300 Magnum Bolt Action Rifle

Sako .300 Magnum Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #150 (Sale Order 150 of 491)

For your consideration is a Sako .300 Magnum Bolt Action Rifle. This stunning example of Finnish craftsmanship is chambered in .300 Magnum and utilizes a 25" round blue'd barrel. The barrel is marked ".300 Magnum" across the top near the receiver and "Made in Finland" on the right. The receiver is blue'd and features a gorgeous jeweled bolt. The straight grain walnut stock is checkered on the fore grip and pistol grip. The tip of the stock is capped with a rose wood tip. The rifle has a double set trigger for a very crisp trigger pull. This bolt action rifles also comes with an attached scope. The front blade sight is dovetailed into place and the rear buckhorn sight has an additional hinged buckhorn sight. The bore is bright with sharp rifling. Serial Number: 106085. This is a modern firearm and requires a FFL transfer or NICS background check.

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Civil War Cavalry Officers Sword W/ Metal Scabbard Civil War Cavalry Officers Sword W/ Metal Scabbard

Civil War Cavalry Officers Sword W/ Metal Scabbard

Lot #151 (Sale Order 151 of 491)

Included in this lot we have a Civil War era cavalry officers sword and scabbard. The sword shows good steel construction with brass basket guard. The sword is engraved with "C& J" across the base of the blade. The grip is made up of a wood base with cord and leather wrapped. The scabbard shows white and black painted coloration. The sword and scabbard shows good condition overall with some wear across the piece. The sword measures 41 1/4" long with the blade measuring 35 1/2" long.

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Personal Memoirs of P.H. Sheridan 1st Ed. 1888 Personal Memoirs of P.H. Sheridan 1st Ed. 1888

Personal Memoirs of P.H. Sheridan 1st Ed. 1888

Lot #152 (Sale Order 152 of 491)

For your consideration is this rare first edition two volume set of The Personal Memoirs of P.H. Sheridan, a 19th Century United States General. Front inscribe like, or autograph, portrait engraving. The book was published by Charles L. Webster & Company New York 1888 and press of Jenkins & McCowan. The set are both first edition 1888 dated and printed books and includes the complete set with both Volume I & Volume II. The books have a vast wealth of information on the Civil War and in specific Sheridan’s Insights on the subject. Each volume contains different rare steel engraved portraits of Sheridan as front pieces and portraits of other figures such as Generals Gregg, Torbert, Merritt, James Wilson, Emory, Horatio Wright, and George A. Custer, with 25 maps of Civil War campaigns, and 1 of the Indian Campaign of 1868-69. The books are in very good condition with little to no wear. Each book is 6.5”x9.25” and 1 5/8” thick.

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Montana Territory Knives Damascus Scrimshaw Knife Montana Territory Knives Damascus Scrimshaw Knife

Montana Territory Knives Damascus Scrimshaw Knife

Lot #153 (Sale Order 153 of 491)

This is an original handmade high-quality twisted Damascus knife with exceptional scrimshaw from the Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana. The scrimshaw shows a beautiful Montana mountain scene. The 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 twisted Damascus random or wave pattern with immense detail. The hollow grind full tang blade has been paired with this exceptional scrimshawed wild animal bone handle being accented by a solid brass polished bolster and inlaid Turquoise. The scales are held onto the full tang blade with two mosaic pins consisting of copper and brass. At the end of the knife shows the lanyard loop hole which is also brass. The back of the blade tang shows intricate hand done vine file engraving work which artfully accents the already beautiful handmade knife. The blade is a great Every Day Carry (EDC) hunting skinning fixed knife pattern. 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 along with a Lifetime warranty. The blade is marked with the “MONTANA TERRITORY KNIVES BOZEMAN MONTANA” stamping which shows the outline of Montana. The knife measures overall 8 5/8” in length with the blade being 4.5” long. The sheath and knife together measures 8.75”L x 3”W.

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Montana Territory Knives Hammered Damascus Knife Montana Territory Knives Hammered Damascus Knife

Montana Territory Knives Hammered Damascus Knife

Lot #154 (Sale Order 154 of 491)

This is an original handmade high-quality twisted Damascus knife from the Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana. The 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 twisted Damascus random or wave pattern with immense detail that has been finished with a blacksmith hand hammered finish. The hollow grind full tang blade has been paired with Rocky Mountain Rams horn grips. The scales are held onto the full tang blade with a mosaic pin consisting of copper and brass. At the end of the knife shows the lanyard loop hole which is also brass. The back of the blade tang shows intricate hand done vine file engraving work which artfully accents the already beautiful handmade knife. The blade is a great Every Day Carry (EDC) hunting skinning fixed knife caping or skinning pattern. 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 along with a Lifetime warranty. The blade is marked with the “MONTANA TERRITORY KNIVES BOZEMAN MONTANA” stamping which shows the outline of Montana. The knife measures overall 6.75” in length with the blade being 3.25” long. The sheath and knife together measures 7”L x 3”W.

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Montana Territory Knives Damascus Buffalo Knife Montana Territory Knives Damascus Buffalo Knife

Montana Territory Knives Damascus Buffalo Knife

Lot #155 (Sale Order 155 of 491)

This is an original handmade high-quality twisted Damascus knife from the Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana. The 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 twisted Damascus random or wave pattern with immense detail. The hollow grind full tang blade has been paired with Great American Bison Buffalo horn grips scales that are accented by cotton Micarta bolsters. The scales are held onto the full tang blade with a mosaic pin consisting of copper and brass. At the end of the knife shows the lanyard loop hole which is also brass. The back of the blade tang shows intricate hand done vine file engraving work which artfully accents the already beautiful handmade knife. The blade is a great Every Day Carry (EDC) hunting skinning fixed knife pattern. 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 along with a Lifetime warranty. The blade is marked with the “MONTANA TERRITORY KNIVES BOZEMAN MONTANA” stamping which shows the outline of Montana. The knife measures overall 9 3/8” in length with the blade being 4.5” long. The sheath and knife together measures 10”L x 3”W.

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Winchester Model 74 .22 Long Semi-Automatic Rifle Winchester Model 74 .22 Long Semi-Automatic Rifle

Winchester Model 74 .22 Long Semi-Automatic Rifle

Lot #156 (Sale Order 156 of 491)

This is a Winchester Model 74 semi-automatic rifle chambered in the .22 long caliber. The rifle has a blue'd steel round 21.5" barrel and receiver with a solid walnut hardwood stock and a butt stock fed magazine. The left side of the barrel is marked "Winchester Repeating Arms Co. New Haven, Conn. / Model 74 .22 L.Rifle". The Winchester rifle is in good mechanical condition. It measures 41.75" long overall. Serial number is 251124A. This firearm requires a Curio & Relic FFL, an FFL Transfer or a NICS Background Check.

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Sedgley US Springfield 1903 Bolt Action Rifle Sedgley US Springfield 1903 Bolt Action Rifle

Sedgley US Springfield 1903 Bolt Action Rifle

Lot #157 (Sale Order 157 of 491)

Included in this lot is a Sedgley US Sprinfield 1903 bolt action rifle chambered in 30-06. This rifle utilizes a 21" blue'd round barrel. The barrel is marked "R.F. Sedgley Inc" on the top and "Cal. 30-06" on the left near the receiver. Sedgley was known for buying pre-existing actions and rebarreling and restocking them. His most prolific claim to fame, though, was purchasing Springfield actions, grinding off the markings, annealing and re-heat treating them, then re-barreling them with Winchester barrels. This rifle uses a Springfield Model 1903 Action. The English walnut stock is in good condition and is checkered on the fore grip and pistol grip. The rifle comes with a Springfield 4x scope and leather sling. Serial Number: 173885. This firearm qualifies as a Curio & Relic Long Gun, and requires FFL Transfer or NICS Background Check.

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Browning Bar Grade II 30-06 Sporting Rifle Browning Bar Grade II 30-06 Sporting Rifle

Browning Bar Grade II 30-06 Sporting Rifle

Lot #158 (Sale Order 158 of 491)

Included in this lot is a Browning Bar 30-06 Semi-Automatic Rifle. This stunning engraved rifle features a 22" blue'd steel barrel, blue'd receiver, trigger and trigger guard. The French walnut stock is checkered on the fore grip and on the pistol grip. The receiver houses the "trap door" magazine. The rifle comes with a hooded front sight and hinged rear sight. This Grade II Bar also comes with a Leopold scope. The bore is bright and rifling is crisp. Serial Number: 91919M71. This is a modern firearm and requires a FFL transfer or NICS background check.

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Waffenwerke Bruenn Waffenwerke Bruenn

Waffenwerke Bruenn "dou/43" Code Mauser 98 Rifle

Lot #159 (Sale Order 159 of 491)

Included in this lot is a Waffenwerke Bruenn "dou/43" Code Mauser 98 bolt action rifle. The top of the receiver ring is marked with a waffenamt proof over "dou / 43", the left side with the Nazi firing proof and the serial number. The left side receiver wall is marked "Mod. 98". All visible numbers match. The rifle utilizes a 22" round blue'd barrel chambered in 8mm. The fixed blade front sight is dovetailed in place. The stock has been sporterized with a straight grain walnut and checkered fore grip and pistol grip. The butt stock has been upgraded to a hard rubber made by Grand - Luxe. The bolt action operates without a flaw. Trigger mechanism and all other operations work as intended. Serial Number: 4453m. This firearm qualifies as a Curio & Relic Firearm, and requires FFL Transfer or NICS Background Check.