American Indian & Ethnographic Art Auction

by Willis Henry Auctions Inc.
May 26, 2013 11:00 AM EST Live auction
Rockland, MA, US | Auction Details

264 Lots

20: Four stone pipes
Est: $200 - $300
34: Three plummets
Est: $200 - $300
36: Beads and pendants
Est: $100 - $200
48: Eskimo kayak model
Est: $600 - $900
132F: Indian postcards
Est: $100 - $300
173: Two Mexican masks
Est: $100 - $200

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