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Auction Description for WorldCrest Auctions, Inc.: Cowboys and Indians plus incumbent weather auction
Auction Description:
Cowboys and Indians plus incumbent weather auction
Viewing Notes:
This is two auctions combined into one. The Cowboys and Indians have vacations that are western themed such as the Fort Worth Stockyards, Ghost Towns, And dude ranches. We have western styled revolvers, Lever action rifles, derringers, and double barrel shotguns. Indian styled jewelry, and beautiful western art work round out auction one. Part 2 is the auction we were having last week. It was largely curtailed due to the weather. It contains the same categories as the first auction but modernized.

Cowboys and Indians plus incumbent weather auction

by WorldCrest Auctions, Inc.


240 lots with images

December 14, 2013

Live Auction

714 North Watson Road

Suite 322

Arlingon, TX, 76011 USA

Phone: 817-919-4853

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CHIAPPA FIREARMS 1873-22 SINGLE-ACTION REVOLVER 22 LR | 22 MAGNUM-L

Lot 1: CHIAPPA FIREARMS 1873-22 SINGLE-ACTION REVOLVER 22 LR | 22 MAGNUM-L

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Description: CI1873-22BLUCMB, CHIAPPA 1873-22 REV 22L/22M BL 340.143, 22 LR | 22 Magnum WARNING! All guns must be delivered to an FFL Dealer. If you win the bid you must provide this information to us and you dealer must provide us with a copy of their FFL. No shipments outside of the United States. If you win the bid and are unable to provide a FFL delivery point you will be charged a thirty percent restocking fee. FAMILY:1873-22 Series MODEL:1873-22 Single-Action Revolver TYPE:Revolver ACTION:Single Action FINISH:Blue STOCK/FRAME:Alloy Frame CALIBER/GAUGE:22 LR | 22 Magnum CAPACITY:6 BARREL:4.75" SIGHTS:Fixed

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RUGER BLACKHAWK FLATTOP 45 ACP | 45 COLT-L

Lot 2: RUGER BLACKHAWK FLATTOP 45 ACP | 45 COLT-L

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Description: RUGER BLACKHAWK FLATTOP 45 ACP | 45 COLT WARNING! All guns must be delivered to an Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer. If you win the bid you must provide this information to us and you dealer must provide us with a copy of their FFL. No shipments outside of the United States. If you win the bid and are unable to provide a FFL delivery point you will be charged a thirty percent restocking fee. Some states (California, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, etc...) prohibit the sale of certain types of firearms and accessories. We examine each order for items that are prohibited by your state laws, but encourage you to only order items that you know can legally be sold in your state. FAMILY:Blackhawk Series MODEL:Blackhawk Flattop TYPE:Revolver ACTION:Single Action FINISH:Blue STOCK/FRAME:Steel Frame STOCK/GRIPS:Simulated Ivory CALIBER/GAUGE:45 ACP | 45 Colt CAPACITY:6 BARREL:4 5/8" SIGHTS:Adjustable SAFETY:Transfer Bar ADDL INFO:Mid-Size Flattop Frame ADDL INFO:XR-3 Gripframe GUN CASE:Plastic

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RUGER SUPER BLACKHAWK 44 MAGNUM-R

Lot 3: RUGER SUPER BLACKHAWK 44 MAGNUM-R

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Description: RUGER SUPER BLACKHAWK 44 MAGNUM WARNING! All guns must be delivered to an Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer. If you win the bid you must provide this information to us and you dealer must provide us with a copy of their FFL. No shipments outside of the United States. If you win the bid and are unable to provide a FFL delivery point you will be charged a thirty percent restocking fee. Some states (California, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, etc...) prohibit the sale of certain types of firearms and accessories. We examine each order for items that are prohibited by your state laws, but encourage you to only order items that you know can legally be sold in your state. FAMILY:Super Blackhawk Series MODEL:Super Blackhawk TYPE:Revolver ACTION:Single Action FINISH:Stainless STOCK/FRAME:Steel Frame STOCK/GRIPS:Wood CALIBER/GAUGE:44 Magnum CAPACITY:6 BARREL:10 1/2" OVERALL LENGTH:16.5 RATE-OF-TWIST:1-in-20 SIGHTS:Adjustable SAFETY:Transfer Bar ADDL INFO:Unfluted Cylinder ADDL INFO:Square Back Trigger Guard GUN CASE:Plastic

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Lot 4: "Pursuit and Attack" by Joe Ruiz Grandee

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Description: "Pursuit and Attack" by artist Joe Ruiz Grandee (1929-1979), lithograph signed in pencil in the year 1974. Framed 24" x 32" Image size 22" x 30". Artist, Joe Ruiz Grandee as born a third generation Texan born in Dallas in 1929. He studied at the Aunspaugh Art School in Dallas during 1947. From 1965 to 1991, he was active as a sculptor, illustrator, and painter of portraits, military scenes, and the history of the West. He has been cited for historically accurate depictions of the Dragoons and Cavalrymen of the U. S. Army. In 1974 Joe Ruiz Grandee was honored as the first official state artist for the State of Texas an appointment by the Texas Legislature.in which he served for one year. Joe Ruiz Grandee was also the first artist to show in Washington D. C., and considered a leading expert on the American West. His work has been exhibited by the White House, The Harmsen Collection of Western Art and the National Cowboy Hall of Fame. His original works are rare and valuable.

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Lot 5: "Mangas Coloradas" oil on canvas by Pauline King

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Description: Mangas Coloradas, or Dasoda-hae (He Just Sits There) (c.1793 January 18, 1863), was an Apache Tribal Chief and a member of the Eastern Chiricahua nation, whose homeland stretched west from the Rio Grande to include most of what is present-day southwestern New Mexico. He was the father-in-law of Chief Cochise and is regarded by many historians to be one of the most important native American leaders of the 19th century due to his fighting achievements against Mexicans and Americans. The name Mangas Coloradas is the reception of his Apache nickname Kan-da-zis Tlishishen (Red Shirt) by Mexicans and is Spanish for Red Colored Sleeves. A Bedonkohe (Bi-dan-ku - In Front of the End People, Bi-da-a-naka-enda - Standing in front of the enemy) by birth he married into the Copper Mines local group of the Chihenne and became also leader of the neighboring Mimbreo local group of the Chihenne. Framed 23" x 28". This is the original art signed by the artist Pauline King.

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Ojibwe on a Minnesota River

Lot 6: Ojibwe on a Minnesota River

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Description: Two Ojibwe (Chippewa) pause during a journey along the bank of a river in Minnesota. Though they started out much farther to the east before the 1600s, by 1800 the tribe ranged throughout northern Minnesota, most of Ontario, and some areas of Manitoba and North Dakota. The Ojibwe now reside primarily in Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, and just north of those states in Canada. Though the number of speakers of the Ojibwe language, known as Anishinaabemowin or Ojibwemowin, has dwindled in recent years, there has been a resurgence in youth instruction. There is even a journal published in the Ojibwe language, Oshkaabewis (pronounced o-shkaah-bay-wis) Native Journal by Princeton University graduate and tribe member Anton Treuer, who has alo writen nine popular books about Ojibwe history, culture, and language. From the National Georgraphic Image Collection Roland W. Reed, 1908 Framed, size is 10" x 15".

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Sterling Silver Necklace-One of a kind

Lot 7: Sterling Silver Necklace-One of a kind

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Description: Necklace with 20" Sterling Silver chain. Twenty three bamboo sticks in a three tier formation with a faceted golden wood droplet. One of a kind piece of jewelry.

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Turquoise Necklace with sterling silver pendant

Lot 8: Turquoise Necklace with sterling silver pendant

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Description: This original 18" necklace is a three strand necklace which has two strands of turquoise and one strand of sterling silver beads. The pendant is 1 1/2" x 2" sterling silver with semi precious stones, blue lapis, turquoise, and other colorful stones. .

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Necklace with large turquoise pendant

Lot 9: Necklace with large turquoise pendant

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Description: This very large turquoise stone measures 2 1/2" x 2" in a sterling silver 92.5 gold plated setting. The chain is 14KGP and is 24" long.

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Old West Ranch Retreat in Solvang, California

Lot 10: Old West Ranch Retreat in Solvang, California

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Description: Hiking Trails, Wildlife, Fishing, and Boating Abound the Old West Retreat in Solvang, California for Four Days & Three Nights at The Alisal Guest Ranch and Resort in a Studio for Two , Including a Massage and a $500 Gift Card for Horseback Riding, Golf, Tennis, or Other Ranch Activities (Land Only) The Alisal Guest Ranch & Resort, nestled in the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley and the renowned Santa Barbara County wine country, is a rare retreat that transports guests back to a bygone era. Since welcoming its first guests in 1946, the romance and majesty of the old west remain in the Ranchs wide-open spaces and unspoiled natural beauty. Spend a few days at this one-of-a-kind resort set on this 10,000-acre working cattle ranch, and enjoy the best of nature with exceptional golf, horseback riding, tennis, fishing, first-class accommodations, spa services and fine dining. Blessed with an abundance of activities and wildlife, it is no wonder that visitors rarely find reason to leave the premises once they arrive! Nature lovers can take a self-guided hike through Deer Canyon where some 64 different animals including deer, possums, bobcats, mountain lions, wild boar and black bears reside. For those seeking more civilized pursuits, two 18-hole championship golf courses - the par 72, 6,500-yard Ranch Course and the par 72, 6,800-yard River Course with four lakes - provide impeccably manicured fairways and greens with spectacular panoramic views of the Santa Ynez River and nearby Santa Ynez Mountains. You can enjoy more than 50 miles of equestrian trails on horseback as you circle the magnificent hills and sycamore groves. A recreation center unto itself, the 100-acre, spring-fed Alisal Lake (filled with bass, trout, and bluegill) offers catch-and-release fishing. This sportsman's paradise is perfect for bird watchers, anglers, boaters, and anyone who has a passion for the outdoors. If you are travel-weary or trail-sore, nothing restores the mind and spirit like a signature spa treatments. From soothing Swedish and deep tissue massages, gentle cleansing facials, to exclusive therapeutic mud and herb wraps, licensed and certified specialists will gladly remove the weight of the world from your shoulders. Round out your evenings at the Oak Room, where live nightly entertainment and dancing are available. Or simply relax with a cocktail or your favorite wine before or after dinner. Your trip for two includes: 4 days/3 nights accommodations at The Alisal Guest Ranch and Resort in a Studio Breakfast and dinner each day Line dancing, archery, hat shaping and barrel racing lessons Nightly live entertainment in Alisal's Oak Room Taxes and service charges Alisal 1-hour spa massage per person $500 Gift Card for your choice of golf, horseback riding, tennis lessons or other ranch activities Free concierge reservation service TRAVEL PACKAGE #US1888-40 TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Travel package is non-refundable and subject to availability. Certificates/gift cards cannot be replaced. Travel is valid through 12/31/14. No Saturday check-ins or check-outs. A 30 day advance reservation is required.

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Unforgettable Golf Adventure

Lot 11: Unforgettable Golf Adventure

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Description: A Getaway for Two to Scottsdale, Arizona for Three Days & Two Nights at the Camelback Inn, a JW Marriott Resort and Spa, Including a $300 Marriott Gift Card for Golf (Land Only) The award-winning desert hideaway, the JW Marriott Camelback Inn, has been welcoming guests for more than 60 years, and now this world-class retreat in the picturesque Sonoran Desert is yours to discover. Luxury comes naturally at this magnificent resort in Scottsdale, Arizona, set in the Native American landscape - experience the surrounding culture, including the areas traditional art galleries and Indian jewelry shops, and its majestic red rock landscape. Play at the Camelback Golf Club, one of Arizonas original gems, featuring 36 holes of championship golf. Scottsdale's climate, providing over 300 days of sunshine, is ideal for the game of golf, and the Camelback Golf Club, one of Arizona's original gems, features 36 holes of championship golf located in beautiful Scottsdale, Arizona. The club offers two courses, the Padre Course, created by Arthur Hills which features towering trees, subtle landforms and impressive bunkering to sharpen your game. This 6,903-yard, par 72 design is known for its strategic layout, challenging water holes, and had its 18th hole voted the best water hole in the state by Arizona Golf Magazine. The Indian Bend Course is a traditional American links-style course that has been created in a breathtaking setting with magnificent mountain backdrops, lush palm and eucalyptus-lined fairways, and scenic water holes. The 7,014-yard, par 72 course is a dynamic layout that will be sure to test your skills while offering a friendly golf experience. Fore! Well above par and perfect for golf lovers, enjoy golf on the green. This acclaimed course offer challenging lay-outs, and picturesque scenery, ideal for golfers of all skill levels. Your getaway for two includes: 3 days/2 nights accommodations at the Camelback Inn, a JW Marriott Resort and Spa Daily complimentary American breakfast All room-related taxes (1) $300 Marriott Gift Card PACKAGE NUMBER: GW2235-32 TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Travel package is non-refundable and subject to availability. Certificates/gift cards cannot be replaced. A 30 day advance reservation is required. Travel is valid for 12 months from date of issue. Hotel may be substituted with equal or similar accommodations.

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Stay and Play at the Luxor with Grand Canyon Tour

Lot 12: Stay and Play at the Luxor with Grand Canyon Tour

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Description: A Trip for Two to Las Vegas, Nevada for Four Days & Three Nights at the Luxor with Economy Class Air, Including Shared Round Trip Airport Transfers, an Evening Helicopter Ride over the Strip and a Tour of the Grand Canyon Perhaps no other hotel in the world has as grand and mystical an air as the Luxor - at least no other hotel in Las Vegas captures the ancient essence of Egypt and pairs it with the modernity of black glass. Located at the south end of the Strip, the Luxor prides itself on offering all the luxuries - delectable dining, awesome entertainment and sensational attractions and shows - features fit for a pharaoh. You will be mesmerized when you take a magical helicopter trip over the dazzling Las Vegas Strip. Enjoy a full day tour in a Motor Coach showing you Americas greatest wonders which are close to Las Vegas, the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam and Lake Mead. Experience what some are calling the eighth wonder of the world. See why? This unique glass bridge is nearly 4,000 feet above the floor with outstanding views of the Grand Canyon and Colorado River. Walking out on this horseshoe-shaped structure provides an experience and views not found anywhere else. Come revel is the glamour and glitz of Las Vegas! From the nighttime lights and electric buzz to the amazing shows and entertainment, and world-class gambling, few places have better hotels, food, shows and shopping. Attractions inside the hotel include the Luxor Las Vegas Atrium where you'll see the inclinators traveling sideways on a 39-degree angle, taking guests to their lavish suites. Take a walk to discover fine dining and first-rate shoppingthen get in the action! The Luxor Las Vegas Pyramid Atrium houses a high-tech entertainment center with the most thrilling selection of arcade games, including a motion-based Indy 500 simulator! Your trip for two includes: Round trip Economy Class air 4 days/3 nights accommodations at the Luxor Round trip shared airport transfers Evening helicopter ride over the Strip All room-related taxes Full day motor coach tour of Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, and Lake Mead, includes a light lunch and a visit to the Skywalk. Free concierge reservation service First Class air quote available upon request. TRAVEL PACKAGE #US1405-32-C01 TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Travel package is non-refundable and subject to availability. Certificates/gift cards cannot be replaced. Airport taxes and carrier imposed fees are the responsibility of the passenger. Flights may not be upgraded with miles. Hotel may be substituted with equal or better accommodations. Travel is valid through 12/31/14. A 30 day advance reservation is required. Package originates from the Contiguous U.S.

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RUGER BLACKHAWK FLATTOP 45 ACP | 45 COLT-L

Lot 13: RUGER BLACKHAWK FLATTOP 45 ACP | 45 COLT-L

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Description: RUGER BLACKHAWK FLATTOP 45 ACP | 45 COLT WARNING! All guns must be delivered to a Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer. If you win the bid you must provide this information to us and you dealer must provide us with a copy of their FFL. No shipments outside of the United States. If you win the bid and are unable to provide a FFL delivery point you will be charged a thirty percent restocking fee. FAMILY:Blackhawk Series MODEL:Blackhawk Flattop TYPE:Revolver ACTION:Single Action FINISH:Blue STOCK/FRAME:Steel Frame STOCK/GRIPS:Simulated Ivory CALIBER/GAUGE:45 ACP | 45 Colt CAPACITY:6 BARREL:5 1/2" SIGHTS:Adjustable SAFETY:Transfer Bar ADDL INFO:Mid-Size Flattop Frame ADDL INFO:XR-3 Gripframe GUN CASE:Plastic EXCLUSIVE:LIPSEY'S EXCLUSIVE Some states (California, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, etc...) prohibit the sale of certain types of firearms and accessories. We examine each order for items that are prohibited by your state laws, but encourage you to only order items that you know can legally be sold in your state.

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TRADITIONS FRONTIER SINGLE ACTION 357 MAGNUM | 38 SPECIAL-L

Lot 14: TRADITIONS FRONTIER SINGLE ACTION 357 MAGNUM | 38 SPECIAL-L

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Description: TDSAT73-126 FRONTIER SA 357M NKL/WHT 5.5" 1873 SINGLE ACTION- GEN II 357 Magnum | 38 Special WARNING! All guns must be delivered to a Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer (FFL). If you win the bid you must provide this information to us and you dealer must provide us with a copy of their FFL. No shipments outside of the United States. If you win the bid and are unable to provide a FFL delivery point you will be charged a thirty percent restocking fee. Some states (California, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, etc...) prohibit the sale of certain types of firearms and accessories. We examine each order for items that are prohibited by your state laws, but encourage you to only order items that you know can legally be sold in your state. FAMILY:Frontier Series MODEL:Frontier Single Action TYPE:Revolver ACTION:Single Action FINISH:Nickel STOCK/GRIPS:White PVC CALIBER/GAUGE:357 Magnum | 38 Special BARREL:5 1/2" SIGHTS:Fixed SAFETY:Transfer Bar ADDL INFO:Made by Pietta- Italy

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BTRG3030B RIO GRANDE 30-30 BL/WD 20

Lot 15: BTRG3030B RIO GRANDE 30-30 BL/WD 20" 30-30-L

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Description: BTRG3030B RIO GRANDE 30-30 BL/WD 20" 30-30 WARNING! All guns must be delivered to a Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer (FFL). If you win the bid you must provide this information to us and you dealer must provide us with a copy of their FFL. No shipments outside of the United States. If you win the bid and are unable to provide a FFL delivery point you will be charged a thirty percent restocking fee. Some states (California, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, etc...) prohibit the sale of certain types of firearms and accessories. We examine each order for items that are prohibited by your state laws, but encourage you to only order items that you know can legally be sold in your state. FAMILY:Rossi Rifle Series MODEL:Rio Grande Rifle TYPE:Rifle ACTION:Lever Action FINISH:Blue STOCK/FRAME:Wood Stock CALIBER/GAUGE:30-30 BARREL:20" ADDL INFO:Round Barrel

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Piegan Child and Her Tepee

Lot 16: Piegan Child and Her Tepee

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Description: A Piegan child stands outside her play tepee. The Piegan are part of the Blackfoot Nation or Blackfoot Confederacy, a groupof fourtribes that also includes the Siksika; Northern Piegan; and Kainai, or Blood Indians. All of these tribes share a cultural history and language, Blackfoot, which is in the Algonquian language family. From the collection of Christopher Cardozo Fine Art Edward S. Curtis, 1926 Framed, size is 10" x 15".

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Piegan Indian Named Gambler

Lot 17: Piegan Indian Named Gambler

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Description: Edward Curtis specialized in portraits of powerful and influential Indian leaders, persuading them to show off their finest headdresses and ceremonial wear for his camera. However, Curtis also sometimes captured the portraits of relatively unknown Indians. This Piegan Indian (part of the Blackfoot Confederacy), sporting a fabulous Mohawk and braids and wearing elaborate strings of beads, is known only as Gambler. From the National Geographic Image Collection Edward S. Curtis, 1900 Framed, size 10" x 15".

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Chief Red Hawk

Lot 18: Chief Red Hawk

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Description: Chief Red Hawk surveys the Badlands of South Dakota as his horse drinks from a natural water source. He and some fellow Sioux warriors returned 30 years after the Battle of the Little Bighorn to reenact battle scenes for famous Indian photographer Edward Curtis. The Battle of the Little Bighorn was one of the most famous and tragic conflicts involving Native Americans. In 1868, the U. S. government signed a treaty with some Great Plains tribes, including the Lakota and Cheyenne, to preserve land in what is now the state of South Dakota as Indian territory. However, when gold was discovered in the Black Hills in 1874, incursions by prospectors eventually escalated to armed conflict. On June 25 and 26, 1876, the U.S. Army's Seventh Cavalry met with the Sioux and Cheyenne in a brutal confrontation, which left at least 60 Indians and 263 soldiers (including Lt. Col. George A. Custer) dead. The Indians won the battle that day but lost the larger war to preserve their culture's lifestyle. From the National Geographic Image Collection Edward S. Curtis, Circa 1905 Framed, 10" x 15".

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Necklace with Beautiful, Aztec Looking, Pendant

Lot 19: Necklace with Beautiful, Aztec Looking, Pendant

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Description: This beautiful necklace measures 30" long with large turquoise and red stones. The pendant resembles an aztec design, this pendant measures 2 1/2" x 3 1/4".

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Kokopelli Sterling Silver Earrings

Lot 20: Kokopelli Sterling Silver Earrings

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Description: Sterling Silver Kokopelli earrings with turquoise and silver feathers.

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Earrings

Lot 21: Earrings

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Description: Earrings with a modern design.

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The Historic Fort Worth Stockyards

Lot 22: The Historic Fort Worth Stockyards

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Description: A Getaway for Two to Fort Worth, Texas for Three Days & Two Nights at the Hyatt Place Fort Worth Historic Stockyards, Including Tickets to the Stockyards Championship Rodeo and a $100 Visa Gift Card for Billy Bob's Texas (Land Only) The birthplace of the Texas livestock industry, the Fort Worth Historic Stockyard district covers 125 acres over 15 square blocks containing legendary landmarks such as the Cowtown Coliseum, host of the worlds first indoor rodeo; Billy Bobs Texas, the worlds largest honky-tonk; the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame; and the Texas Trail of Fame. Nestled in the heart of the famous Fort Worth Historic Stockyards, Hyatt Place Fort Worth Historic Stockyards is the perfect place to hang your hat. With bold Texas overtones, our beautifully appointed guestrooms offer the perfect combination of convenience, comfort, and Southern hospitality. A championship rodeo is the one-of-a-kind experience that will make your stay one that you will never forget. Billy Bobs welcomes visitors from all over the world and from all walks of life on a daily basis. Come experience our Honky Tonk attitude, friendly Fort Worth hospitality, and truly unique atmosphere. Your trip for two includes: 3 days/2 nights accommodations at the Hyatt Place Fort Worth Historic Stockyards All room-related taxes Tickets to the Stockyards Championship Rodeo $100 Visa Gift Card for Billy Bob's Texas Free concierge reservation service TRAVEL PACKAGE #GW9235-30-C01

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Family of four Fun at Colorado Dude Ranch

Lot 23: Family of four Fun at Colorado Dude Ranch

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Description: Saddle Up to Explore the Wild West on Horseback at an All-Inclusive Dude Ranch for Two Adults and Two Children* to Buena Vista, Colorado for Eight Days & Seven Nights at Elk Mountain Dude Ranch (Land Only) Unbridle your spirit and rein in the memories! Remotely located in the heart of the Rockies, Elk Mountain Dude and Guest Ranch is in the secluded San Isabel National Forest near Buena Vista, Colorado, and is the perfect setting for your next family adventure! Get back to basics with your loved ones at this all-inclusive mid-western dude ranch, where youll get to enjoy the wild outdoors, and make unforgettable memories! The Elk Mountain Dude Ranch experience is a one-week all-inclusive adventure encompassing the best of Colorado at one reasonable vacation price. Your days will be filled with horseback riding, white water rafting, hiking, riflery, fishing, and other activities set against a backdrop of unending vistas. It's the ultimate in traditional western vacations - perfect for families, couples, singles and small groups. And with a cap at 30 people, the ranch offers a unique and intimate atmosphere that allows activities to be tailored to meet each guests' needs, interests and abilities. Superb daily trail rides are Elk Mountain Ranch's most distinguishing features. The high, remote location offers miles of trails through aspen forests and open parks. But horseback riding is just the beginning of the ranch experience! Each day promises exhilarating outings and activities, including a van trip to Aspen over Independence Pass, white-water rafting, fishing, trap shooting, archery, hiking, mountain biking, hot springs pools, volleyball, hay rides, campfires, evening entertainment, and so much more! And for young buckaroos, age seven and younger, the ranch has designed a children's program where the kids can enjoy riding in the arena, hiking, fishing, arts and crafts, and caring for the petting zoo animals, while still ensuring plenty of quality family time. Your family trip for four includes: 8 days/7 nights accommodations at Elk Mountain Dude Ranch Accommodations are in a private log cabin or log lodge room, with private bath Three hearty meals each day Your own personal horse with trail guides and instruction Thrilling white-water raft trip Scenic vehicle trip to Aspen Trap shooting, riflery, archery, stocked fishing ponds Hayride, square dance, campfires, kids' rodeo All room-related taxes Free concierge reservation service TRAVEL PACKAGE #FV4514-40 TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Travel packages are non-refundable and subject to availability. Certificates/gift cards cannot be replaced. Travel is valid for 12 months from date of issue. 30 day advance reservation is required. Ranch is open from May through September. Certain seasonal activities may be curtailed during September. All reservations must be canceled 60 days prior to arrival and will be subject to a $60 cancellation penalty. Gratuity is optional and not included in cost of trip. *Two adults and two children up to age 12.

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Buffalo Soldier, Original Drawing by Darnell Bolton

Lot 24: Buffalo Soldier, Original Drawing by Darnell Bolton

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Description: Buffalo Soldier, Original Drawing by Darnell Bolton Size is 36" X 48" Buffalo Soldiers originally were members of the U.S. 10th Cavalry Regiment of the United States Army, formed on September 21, 1866 at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. This nickname was given to the "Negro Cavalry" by the Native American tribes they fought; the term eventually became synonymous with all of the African-American regiments formed in 1866: 9th Cavalry Regiment 10th Cavalry Regiment 24th Infantry Regiment 25th Infantry Regiment Although several African-American regiments were raised during the Civil War as part of the Union Army (including the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry and the many United States Colored Troops Regiments), the "Buffalo Soldiers" were established by Congress as the first peacetime all-black regiments in the regular U.S. Army.[1] On September 6, 2005, Mark Matthews, who was the oldest living Buffalo Soldier, died at the age of 111. He was buried at Arlington National Cemetery.[2] Professional wood framing and matting is available to the winner for $250

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HENRY REPEATING ARMS LINCOLN BICENTENNIAL 22 LR-L

Lot 25: HENRY REPEATING ARMS LINCOLN BICENTENNIAL 22 LR-L

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Description: GOLDENBOY LINCOLN BICENT 22LR LINCOLN BICENTENNIAL 22 LR WARNING! All guns must be delivered to a Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer (FFL). If you win the bid you must provide this information to us and you dealer must provide us with a copy of their FFL. No shipments outside of the United States. If you win the bid and are unable to provide a FFL delivery point you will be charged a thirty percent restocking fee. Some states (California, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, etc...) prohibit the sale of certain types of firearms and accessories. We examine each order for items that are prohibited by your state laws, but encourage you to only order items that you know can legally be sold in your state. FAMILY:Golden Boy MODEL:Lincoln Bicentennial TYPE:Rifle ACTION:Lever Action FINISH:Blue STOCK/FRAME:Wood Stock STOCK/GRIPS:Walnut CALIBER/GAUGE:22 LR CAPACITY:16 BARREL:20" OVERALL LENGTH:38.5 RECEIVER:Brasslite SIGHTS:Open Rifle Sights

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HENRY REPEATING ARMS BIG BOY EAGLE SCOUT 100TH ANN. 44 MAGNUM | 44 SPECIAL

Lot 26: HENRY REPEATING ARMS BIG BOY EAGLE SCOUT 100TH ANN. 44 MAGNUM | 44 SPECIAL

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Description: BIG BOY EAGLE SCOUT 44MAG/44SP 44 Magnum | 44 Special WARNING! All guns must be delivered to a Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer (FFL). If you win the bid you must provide this information to us and you dealer must provide us with a copy of their FFL. No shipments outside of the United States. If you win the bid and are unable to provide a FFL delivery point you will be charged a thirty percent restocking fee. Some states (California, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, etc...) prohibit the sale of certain types of firearms and accessories. We examine each order for items that are prohibited by your state laws, but encourage you to only order items that you know can legally be sold in your state. FAMILY:Big Boy Series MODEL:Big Boy Eagle Scout 100th Ann. TYPE:Rifle ACTION:Lever Action FINISH:Blue STOCK/FRAME:Wood Stock CALIBER/GAUGE:44 Magnum | 44 Special CAPACITY:10+1 BARREL:20" RECEIVER:Brass SIGHTS:Open Rifle Sights

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MARLIN 336C 30-30-L

Lot 27: MARLIN 336C 30-30-L

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Description: MARLIN 336C 30-30 MA336C30 336C 30-30 20" BLUE/WALNUT 70504 30-30 WARNING! All guns must be delivered to a Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer (FFL). If you win the bid you must provide this information to us and you dealer must provide us with a copy of their FFL. No shipments outside of the United States. If you win the bid and are unable to provide a FFL delivery point you will be charged a thirty percent restocking fee. Some states (California, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, etc...) prohibit the sale of certain types of firearms and accessories. We examine each order for items that are prohibited by your state laws, but encourage you to only order items that you know can legally be sold in your state. FAMILY:336 Series MODEL:336C TYPE:Rifle ACTION:Lever Action FINISH:Blue STOCK/FRAME:Wood Stock STOCK/GRIPS:Wood CALIBER/GAUGE:30-30 CAPACITY:6+1 BARREL:20" OVERALL LENGTH:38.5 RATE-OF-TWIST:1-in-10 SIGHTS:Open Rifle Sights SAFETY:Crossbolt ADDL INFO:Swivel Studs DRILLED/TAPPED:Yes

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Lakota Performing a Tribal Dance

Lot 28: Lakota Performing a Tribal Dance

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Description: A young Lakota performs a tribal dance at a powwow - a gathering of people, often from several neighboring friendly tribes, to celebrate Native American traditions. Although many Indians of different regions of the United States participate in powwows today, such gatherings are traditionally the province of the Plains Indians, such as the Lakota. The dances historically performed at powwows included the Shawl Dance, Fancy Dance, Traditional Dance and Grass Dance. Through intermarriage or as a way to provide fellowship, these powwow dances spread beyond Plains tribes and are now performed by many Native Americans, such as those in California. From the National Geographic Image Collection Daniel R. Westergren, Circa 1991 Framed, size is 10" x 15".

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Cayuse in Ceremonial Clothing

Lot 29: Cayuse in Ceremonial Clothing

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Description: This Cayuse Woman is dressed for what modern Americans would call a holiday. She displays the ornamentation that would have been worn for a very important day or occasion, an event at which even the horses were decorated in dress typical of the plateau tribes, full of geometric shapes and elaborate beadwork. In 1848, the Cayuse and the Umatilla joined forces to fight a volunteer army of Willamette Valley white settlers avenging the Whitman Massacre. This became known as the Cayuse War, the result of an increasing wave of white immigrants spilling off the Oregon Trail into the area. In 1855, the Cayuse, along with the Umatilla and the Walla Walla, were relocated to a reservation on which they still reside. The Cayuse are now part of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation, living together with the Umatilla and the Walla Walla tribes. From the National Geographic Image Collection Edward S. Curtis, 1911 Framed, size is 10" x 15".

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Yamaha Indian Woman

Lot 30: Yamaha Indian Woman

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Description: In this 1899 portrait, a Yakama woman wears abalone disk earrings, silver bracelets, bead necklaces, and a beaded belt, along with a beaded and decorated overshirt. The Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation, a conglomeration of 14 Indian groups, was created by the Treaty of 1855. These groups historically lived throughout what is now central Washington. Each band spoke its own dialect and had its own council of leaders. Before 1855, their land covered 10.8 million acres along the eastern slope of the Cascade mountain range. Today their descendants live around the open, rolling hills and mountains of the 1.4 million acre Yakama Indian Reservation. The reservation's defining features are the Yakima River and Mount Adams, a snowcapped peak within the Cascade Range known to the Yakama as Pahto. Although the people once spelled their name the same as the river, they changed the accepted spelling to Yakama in the 1990s to reflect historical use. From Getty Images, Hulton Archive Collection Frank LaRoche, 1899 Framed, size is 10" x 15".

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Earrings and Pendant

Lot 31: Earrings and Pendant

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Description: 925 Sterling Silver pendant with bamboo background with earrings. Pendant measures 1 1/2" x 1 1/2".

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Silver Cross Earrings with turquoise

Lot 32: Silver Cross Earrings with turquoise

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Description: Silver cross earrings with turquoise.

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Earrings with Eagle's head

Lot 33: Earrings with Eagle's head

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Description: Silver earrings with eagles head, turquoise beads and silver feathers.

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Colorado's Rocky Mountain Grandeur-Beaver Creek

Lot 34: Colorado's Rocky Mountain Grandeur-Beaver Creek

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Description: A Trip for Two to Beaver Creek, Colorado for Four Days & Three Nights at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa with Economy Class Air, Including a Car Rental Nestled high in the Rocky Mountains, the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa is a prime ski-in/ski-out, 1,700-acre mountain resort in the heart of Beaver Creek Village, eight miles west of Vail. With its six outdoor whirlpools, huge fireplaces and oversized beds with stuffed comforters, this award-winning hotel will be your haven after exhilarating days on Beaver Creek's open trails and natural outdoor playground. During the warmer months, this is the perfect retreat for those who love the great outdoors - you can bike, hike, kayak, white-water raft, fish, golf and so much more! Expect the unexpected everywhere you turn at Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa. Stunning vistas, each one more spectacular than the last. Legendary service, from warmed and dried ski boots waiting for you each morning to fresh cookies at the end of each run. Discover endless ways to fill your days and nights at this luxurious Beaver Creek resort, no matter the season or weather. Treat yourself to indulgent spa treatments, designed to pamper you from head to toe, soul to sole. Laugh as you ski down the pristine slopes, explore the wonders of the Colorado Rockies on snow shoes or bask in the warm glow of marshmallows toasting in winter fire pits. Turn to the renowned Beaver Creek Colorado resort for your perfect vacation retreat. Your trip for two includes: Round trip Economy Class air 4 days/3 nights accommodations at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa All room-related taxes 4-day full size car rental Free concierge reservation service First Class air quote available upon request. TRAVEL PACKAGE #US1701-30 TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Travel package is non-refundable and subject to availability. Certificates/gift cards cannot be replaced. Airport taxes and carrier imposed fees are the responsibility of the passenger. Flights may not be upgraded with miles. Car rental taxes are the responsibility of the passenger. A 30 day advance reservation is required. Package originates from the Contiguous U.S. Travel is valid for 12 months from date of issue. Limited availability during ski season. Air transportation is included to Denver. Seasonal air may be available to Eagle Canyon Airport.

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The Spirit of Texas-Lost Pines, Texas

Lot 35: The Spirit of Texas-Lost Pines, Texas

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Description: A Getaway for Two to Lost Pines, Texas for Three Days & Two Nights at Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa, Including a $300 Hyatt Gift Card for Golf or Spa (Land Only) Rugged wilderness, small-town charm and untamed luxury you can expect to find this and so much more in the Lost Pines region just outside of Austin, where nature provides the perfect backdrop for outdoor recreation in this charming suburb. Explore beautiful state parks and trails along the Colorado River, discover the rich history and character of Bastrop, Texas, as well as other surrounding towns. The Hyatt welcomes to you into its infinite luxuries at this expansive, four diamond Austin resort, from the indulgent spa, to its champion golf course, and everything in between. Escape to a relaxing retreat at this award-winning Hyatt resort, set in a region that is full of natural treasures and cultural gems. The landscape is yours to enjoy as you play a round of golf on Wolfdancer, the Arthur Hills and Associates-designed course. Wolfdancer rambles over a dramatic stretch of terrain dotted with oak, cedar elm and pecan trees and cut by the Colorado River, which dramatically frames the right side of the layout's superb finishing holes. Designed to respect the historic land upon which it stands, Wolfdancer offers a challenging yet satisfying experience for each player. Unique luxuries abound at this resort, from spacious guest rooms and remarkable dining, to pampering treatments at the Cond Nast Traveler recommended spa. Reinvigorate and recharge at Spa Django, where the great guitar musician Django Reinhardts spirit and gypsy music are perfectly intertwined with natures bounty. The spas treatments each offer an experience of rhythm, aroma, and relaxation, from the signature Django massage, to the Hummingbird Garden Healing massage. Your getaway for two includes: 3 days/2 nights accommodations at Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa All room-related taxes (1) $300 Hyatt gift card towards spa or golf TRAVEL PACKAGE #GW9121-31 TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Travel package is non-refundable and subject to availability. Certificates/gift cards cannot be replaced. Travel is valid for 12 months from date of issue. A 30 day advance reservation is required. .

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Vibrant New Mexico-Sante Fe, New Mexico

Lot 36: Vibrant New Mexico-Sante Fe, New Mexico

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Description: A Getaway for Two to Santa Fe, New Mexico for Four Days & Three Nights at the Courtyard Santa Fe (Land Only) Early Native American culture blends with modern luxury for a unique lodging experience at the Santa Fe Courtyard, delivering an ambiance drenched in the vibrant sunshine and pristine desert colors of the Southwest. A desert oasis in the heart of New Mexico's capital, the Courtyard Santa Fe places guests within an easy drive of the natural wonders, urban pleasures and entertainment of The City Different. Fine art, music and theater are brought together in this ancient city that glows in the golden light of the New Mexico sun and rests in the arms of the Southern Rocky Mountains. Whether you wish to experience the states finest alpine skiing, take in a performance of the legendary Santa Fe Opera, or spend the day shopping in the renowned Santa Fe Farmers Market, you will find everything you desire at your fingertips. Your getaway for two includes: 4 days/3 nights accommodations at the Courtyard Santa Fe Daily complimentary American breakfast All room-related taxes PACKAGE NUMBER: GW2249-31 TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Travel package is non-refundable and subject to availability. Certificates/gift cards cannot be

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WINCHESTER 1895 CENTENNIAL CUSTOM GRADE 405 WIN-L

Lot 37: WINCHESTER 1895 CENTENNIAL CUSTOM GRADE 405 WIN-L

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Description: 1895 ROOSEVELT SAFARI CUST 405 SAFARI CENTENNIAL CUSTOM GRADE, 405 Win WARNING! All guns must be delivered to a Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer (FFL). If you win the bid you must provide this information to us and you dealer must provide us with a copy of their FFL. No shipments outside of the United States. If you win the bid and are unable to provide a FFL delivery point you will be charged a thirty percent restocking fee. Some states (California, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, etc...) prohibit the sale of certain types of firearms and accessories. We examine each order for items that are prohibited by your state laws, but encourage you to only order items that you know can legally be sold in your state. FAMILY:1895 Series MODEL:1895 Centennial Custom Grade TYPE:Rifle ACTION:Lever Action STOCK/FRAME:Wood Stock STOCK/GRIPS:Walnut CALIBER/GAUGE:405 Win CAPACITY:4+1 BARREL:24" OVERALL LENGTH:42" RATE-OF-TWIST:1-in-10 ADDL INFO:Blued Receiver ADDL INFO:Deep Engraving ADDL INFO:Walnut Fancy Grade III/IV DRILLED/TAPPED:Yes

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TEXAS-DEFENDER 45/410 3

Lot 38: TEXAS-DEFENDER 45/410 3" DERRINGER-LMB

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Description: BOND BATD45410 TEXAS-DEFNDER 45/410 3" DERRINGER WARNING! All guns must be delivered to a Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer (FFL). If you win the bid you must provide this information to us and you dealer must provide us with a copy of their FFL. No shipments outside of the United States. If you win the bid and are unable to provide a FFL delivery point you will be charged a thirty percent restocking fee. Barrel:3Features: Interchangeable Barrels Automatic Extractor (EXCEPT FOR 9mm,40S&W,10mm and 45 ACP) Rebounding Hammer Retracting Firing Pins Crossbolt Safety Spring-Loaded Cammed Locking Lever (for a tighter barrel/frame fit and Rapid loading and unloading) Stainless Steel with Satin Polish Finish Trigger Guard Weight:20 oz. Length:5Calibers: Some states (California, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, etc...) prohibit the sale of certain types of firearms and accessories. We examine each order for items that are prohibited by your state laws, but encourage you to only order items that you know can legally be sold in your state.

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SUPR COMANCHE SCP60000 45/410 10

Lot 39: SUPR COMANCHE SCP60000 45/410 10" SNKL AS SNGL SHOT

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Description: SUPR COMANCHE SCP60000 45/410 10" SNKL AS SINGLE SHOT WARNING! All guns must be delivered to a Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer (FFL). If you win the bid you must provide this information to us and you dealer must provide us with a copy of their FFL. No shipments outside of the United States. If you win the bid and are unable to provide a FFL delivery point you will be charged a thirty percent restocking fee. Some states (California, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, etc...) prohibit the sale of certain types of firearms and accessories. We examine each order for items that are prohibited by your state laws, but encourage you to only order items that you know can legally be sold in your state. Comanche Super Comanche Single Shot 410Ga 2.5" 45LC 10" Alloy Nickel Rubber 1Rd Fired Case Adjustable Sights SCP60000 Action - Single Shot Barrel Length - 10" Capacity - 1Rd Firing casing - Fired Case Finish/Color - Nickel Frame/Material - Alloy Caliber - 410Ga 2.5" Caliber - 45LC Grips/Stock - Rubber Manufacturer - Comanche Manufacturer part # - SCP60000 Model - Super Comanche Sights - Adjustable Sights

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Gros Ventre Crazy Dance: The Flight of the Arrows

Lot 40: Gros Ventre Crazy Dance: The Flight of the Arrows

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Description: The Gros Ventre were a Northern Plains tribe with rich spiritual traditions such as the flight of the arrows performed as part of the Crazy Dance. The Gros Ventre's traditional name, A'aninin, means "the white clay people." Before 1600, their homelands were just south of Winnipeg Lake. In the early 1800's, though, they migrated farther west in Canada. The name Gros Ventre (French for "large belly") was given to the A'aninin by French trappers. It is thought that the strange name originated from the trappers' misunderstanding of an Indian sign referring to a geographic feature of their environment. During the early 1800's, the Gros Ventre encountered diseases from contact with Europeans, as well as warring Indian tribes. Deadly territorial disputes with the Assiniboine and Cree tribes forced the Gros Ventre to retreat south, into northern Montana. Eventually, in the late 1800's, the U. S. government herded the nomadic people onto reservation land at Fort Belknap in north - central Montana. Today the tribe continues to practice spiritual traditions such as the Sacred Flat Pipe bundle. From the collection of Christopher Cardozo Fine Art Edward S. Curtis, 1908 Framed, size is 10" x 15".

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A. Kelly Pruitt, Three Men Riding Off, signed and numbered

Lot 41: A. Kelly Pruitt, Three Men Riding Off, signed and numbered

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Description: Numbered 256/300. Signed by the artist A. Kelly Pruitt, size is 15 1/2" x 25". A. Kelly Pruitt (February 9, 1924 February 15, 2009). Pruitt was a West Texas artist of great acclaim, listed in Texas Monthlys December 2009 issue of People Well Miss 2009 as second only to Walter Cronkite. Pruitt realized his childhood dream of becoming a cowboy early in life. He started breaking horses at age 12 and helped bring many a trail herd across the Rio Grande from Mexico to Presidio, Texas, where he and his family lived. He then worked on the Boquillas Ranch, near the Grand Canyon in Arizona. It was there that he made his first paintings on scraps of rainbow sandstone. Pruitts skilled artistry caught the attention of the then-proprietor of the historic El Tovar Hotel, and thus began his celebrated career as a premier Western painter and sculptor. Pruitts work drew from the creative river of the Great Spirit, unhampered by formal art training and the opinions of professors. He painted what he knew and loved, and it showed in his work. It is fresh, immediate and, like Pruitt, full of intensity and spirit. For most of his life, Pruitt preferred to live under the stars, sheltered only by a tepee or a gypsy wagon. During the 50 years he painted and sculpted, his personality and popularity took him to countries where many cowboys would have felt out of place. Pruitts collectors number in the thousands. In February 2009, Pruitt invited a group of friends to camp at La Junta Farm to discuss his vision of creating a nonprofit organization whose mission would combine art, history, conservation, sustainable building, and viable agriculture. The blend of these objectives will reestablish the ecological health and promote the cultural heritage of the area, or as he called it, a foundation for a better world.

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Ranchmen herding cattle, by Jerry Yarnell

Lot 42: Ranchmen herding cattle, by Jerry Yarnell

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Description: Numbered print 119/1000 Hand Signature and Print signed Jerry Yarnell Certified Seal showing numbered print 18" x 22" Jerry Yarnell was born in Tulsa, 1953 Author of 12 books and hundreds of TV shows and DVDs on painting instruction, Jerry Yarnell is an internationally known wildlife, western, and landscape artist and winner of 150 national awards.

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Remember the Alamo vacation for two in San Antonio, Texas

Lot 43: Remember the Alamo vacation for two in San Antonio, Texas

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Description: A Trip for Two to San Antonio, Texas for Three Days & Two Nights at the Hyatt Regency San Antonio, Including the Super San Antonio Pass This is your ticket to San Antonio, Texas, home of the Alamo! Visit that site and other famous landmarks and museums in this interesting city with the Super San Antonio Pass, including the Texas Ranger Museum, the Buckhorn Saloon and Museum, the Museum of Art, the Natural Bridge Caverns, just to name a few. You'll be in the center of it all at the Hyatt Regency San Antonio, which offers four diamond luxuries and unsurpassed service. Your ideal San Antonio visit begins with a stay at the unbeatable Hyatt Regency hotel. The unique setting is directly overlooking the historic Alamo and sits right on the Riverwalk. Take advantage of the premier location to discover all the famous attractions, over 100 world-renowned restaurants and plentiful shopping around San Antonio. The Alamo City invites you to experience its history, charm, Tejano culture, friendly citizens, attractions, and delicious food. Enjoy a stroll along the Paseo del Rio - River Walk - which winds through downtown and hosts dozens of boutiques and restaurants with alfresco dining. Your trip for two includes: 3 days/2 nights accommodations at the Hyatt Regency San Antonio All room-related taxes Super San Antonio Pass, includes 14 great things to see and do including the Alamo Trolley Tours, Buckhorn Saloon and Museum, Natural Bridge Caverns, the Texas Ranger Museum, The Alamo and much much more! Free concierge reservation service TRAVEL PACKAGE #US1650-31 TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Travel package is non-refundable and subject to availability. Certificates/gift cards cannot be replaced. Travel is valid for 12 months from date of issue. A 30 day advance reservation is required.. Hotel may be substituted with equal or similar accommodations. No blackout dates.

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Savor California's Wine Country; Sonoma, California

Lot 44: Savor California's Wine Country; Sonoma, California

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Description: A Trip for Two to Sonoma, California for Four Days & Three Nights at The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa with Economy Class Air, Including a Private Winery Tour in a Chauffeured Luxury Sedan The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa sits in the idyllic Californias renowned wine country, replete with an abundance of nearby wineries, Epicurean delights, and breathtaking scenery. Enjoy extraordinary cuisine and a state-of-the-art spa surrounded by exquisitely manicured grounds in the heart of Sonoma. The highlight of the trip is a personalized five hour tour of the Sonoma Valley in a chauffeured luxury Sedan. The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa is the ultimate elegant oasis, a AAA Four-Diamond resort blessed by natural mineral hot springs in the Sonoma Valley. For hundreds of years, ancient thermal mineral waters have graced this site. Today, the resort is proud to be one of the only luxury Spa resorts in the country with its own source of thermal mineral water. Whether you are first-time visitors or veteran wine tasters, you'll enjoy an enlightening, fun-filled day in this picturesque region. The informative winery tour will be customized based on your individual wine preferences. Connoisseurs will stroll through magnificent gardens and taste wines recognized as being among the best the world has to offer. Your trip for two includes: Round trip Economy Class air 4 days/3 nights accommodations at The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa in a king or queen bedded room Daily complimentary breakfast All room-related taxes Private 5-hour winery tour in a chauffeured luxury sedan Daily complimentary wine tastings in the hotel lobby Complimentary bottle of wine in room upon arrival Free concierge reservation service First Class air quote available upon request. Car rental available upon request. TRAVEL PACKAGE #US1213w-32 TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Travel package is non-refundable and subject to availability. Certificates/gift cards cannot be replaced. Airport taxes and carrier imposed fees are the responsibility of the passenger. Flights may not be upgraded with miles. A 30 day advance reservation is required. Package originates from the Contiguous U.S. Travel is valid for 12 months from date of issue.

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Sticking Together

Lot 45: Sticking Together

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Description: This is an 15" X 23" Artist Proof hand signed and numbered 32/50 by Western Artist Paul Van Ginkel.

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After the battle by Darnell Bolton-48

Lot 46: After the battle by Darnell Bolton-48" X 36"

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Description: After the battle by Darnell Bolton-48" X 36". Two buffalo soldiers after a battle with the Indians in the old west. From 1866 to the early 1890s, these regiments served at a variety of posts in the Southwestern United States and the Great Plains regions. They participated in most of the military campaigns in these areas and earned a distinguished record. Thirteen enlisted men and six officers from these four regiments earned the Medal of Honor during the Indian Wars. In addition to the military campaigns, the "Buffalo Soldiers" served a variety of roles along the frontier from building roads to escorting the U.S. mail. On April 17, 1875, regimental headquarters for the 9th and 10th Cavalries were transferred to Fort Concho, Texas. Companies actually arrived at Fort Concho in May 1873. At various times from 1873 through 1885, Fort Concho housed 9th Cavalry companies AF, K, and M, 10th Cavalry companies A, DG, I, L, and M, 24th Infantry companies DG, and K, and 25th Infantry companies G and K. Buffalo Soldier in the 9th Cavalry, 1890 A lesser known action was the 9th Cavalry's participation in the fabled Johnson County War, an 1892 land war in Johnson County, Wyoming between small farmers and large, wealthy ranchers. It culminated in a lengthy shootout between local farmers, a band of hired killers, and a sheriff's posse. The 6th Cavalry was ordered in by President Benjamin Harrison to quell the violence and capture the band of hired killers. Soon afterward, however, the 9th Cavalry was specifically called on to replace the 6th. The 6th Cavalry was swaying under the local political and social pressures and was unable to keep the peace in the tense environment. The Buffalo Soldiers responded within about two weeks from Nebraska, and moved the men to the rail town of Suggs,Wyoming, creating "Camp Bettens" despite a racist and hostile local population. One soldier was killed and two wounded in gun battles with locals. Nevertheless, the 9th Cavalry remained in Wyoming for nearly a year to quell tensions in the area. 18981918 Buffalo Soldiers who participated in the Spanish American War After most of the Indian Wars ended in the 1890s, the regiments continued to serve and participated in the 1898 Spanish-American War (including the Battle of San Juan Hill) in Cuba, where five more Medals of Honor were earned. The men of the Buffalo soldiers were only some of the 5,000 Black men who served in the Spanish-American war. The regiments took part in the Philippine-American War from 1899 to 1903 and the 1916 Mexican Expedition. In 1918 the 10th Cavalry fought at the Battle of Ambos Nogales during the First World War, where they assisted in forcing the surrender of the federal Mexican and Mexican militia forces. Buffalo soldiers fought in the last engagement of the Indian Wars; the small Battle of Bear Valley in southern Arizona which occurred in 1918 between U.S. cavalry and Yaqui natives. Park Rangers Another little-known contribution of the Buffalo Soldiers involved eight troops of the 9th Cavalry Regiment and one company of the 24th Infantry Regiment who served in California's Sierra Nevada as some of the first national park rangers. In 1899, Buffalo Soldiers from Company H, 24th Infantry Regiment briefly served in Yosemite National Park, Sequoia National Park and General Grant (Kings Canyon) National Parks. U.S. Army regiments had been serving in these national parks since 1891, but until 1899 the soldiers serving were white. Beginning in 1899, and continuing in 1903 and 1904, African-American regiments served during the summer months in the second and third oldest national parks in the United States (Sequoia and Yosemite). Because these soldiers served before the National Park Service was created (1916), they were "park rangers" before the term was coined. A lasting legacy of the soldiers as park rangers is the Ranger Hat (popularly known as the Smokey Bear Hat). Although not officially adopted by the Army until 1911, the distinctive hat crease, called a Montana Peak, (or pinch) can be seen being worn by several of the Buffalo Soldiers in park photographs dating back to 1899. Soldiers serving in the Spanish American War began to recrease the Stetson hat with a Montana "pinch" to better shed water from the torrential tropical rains. Many retained that distinctive "pinch" upon their return to the U.S. The park photographs, in all likelihood, show Buffalo Soldiers who were veterans from that 1898 war. One particular Buffalo Soldier stands out in history: Captain Charles Young who served with Troop "I", 9th Cavalry Regiment in Sequoia National Park during the summer of 1903. Charles Young was the third African American to graduate from the United States Military Academy. At the time of his death, he was the highest ranking African American in the U.S. military. He made history in Sequoia National Park in 1903 by becoming Acting Military Superintendent of Sequoia and General Grant National Parks. Charles Young was also the first African American superintendent of a national park. During Young's tenure in the park, he named a Giant Sequoia for Booker T. Washington. Recently, another Giant Sequoia in Giant Forest was named in Captain Young's honor. Some of Young's descendants were in attendance at the ceremony. Buffalo Soldiers National Museum in Houston, Texas Entrance to Buffalo Soldiers National Museum in Houston, Texas In 1903, 9th Cavalrymen in Sequoia built the first trail to the top of Mount Whitney, the highest mountain in the contiguous United States. They also built the first wagon road into Sequoia's Giant Forest, the most famous grove of Giant Sequoia trees in Sequoia National Park. In 1904, 9th Cavalrymen in Yosemite built an arboretum on the South Fork of the Merced River in the southern section of Yosemite National Park. This arboretum had pathways and benches, and some plants were identified in both English and Latin. Yosemite's arboretum is considered to be the first museum in the National Park System. The NPS cites a 1904 report, where Yosemite superintendent (Lt. Col.) John Bigelow, Jr. declared the arboretum "To provide a great museum of nature for the general public free of cost ..." Unfortunately, the forces of developers, miners and greed cut the boundaries of Yosemite in 1905 and the arboretum was nearly destroyed. In the Sierra Nevada, the Buffalo Soldiers regularly endured long days in the saddle, slim rations, racism, and separation from family and friends. As military stewards, the African-American cavalry and infantry regiments protected the national parks from illegal grazing, poaching, timber thieves, and forest fires. Yosemite Park Ranger Shelton Johnson researched and interpreted the history in an attempt to recover and celebrate the contributions of the Buffalo Soldiers of the Sierra Nevada. In total, 23 "Buffalo Soldiers" received the Medal of Honor during the Indian Wars

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The Trapper by Paul Calle

Lot 47: The Trapper by Paul Calle

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Description: THE TRAPPER Paul Calle, 1984 11 1/2 x 14 1/4 Signed and numbered 253/950 Paul Calle 1928 - 2010 Paul Calle was a master of both the oil painting and the pencil drawing. His drawings often very large showed incredible control and sensitivity; they had the quality of fine etchings. Few contemporary artists had attained greater mastery of the pencil than Calle, who shared his skills in his book, The Pencil, a record of his odyssey as "an artist with a pencil." It has been translated into French, Chinese and Russian. Calle's oil paintings, finely detailed panoramic landscapes of the majestic West, often took several years to complete. Another book of his art, Paul Calle: An Artist's Journey was awarded the prestigious Benjamin Franklin Award for Fine Arts in 1993.Here was an Artist whose career strongly reflected the dramatic era in which he lived and worked. Paul lived in Connecticut, but when he was chairman of the Department of Interior's 'Artist in the Parks' program, Paul traveled widely throughout the West. According to Paul, "The portrayal of Western Art is not a romantic adventure, but a realistic challenge - a personal commitment to portray Americas past." Calles magnificent art portrayed the human spirit, paying tribute to the trailblazers. Whether it was the first astronauts or those largely forgotten and unsung heroes, the North American trappers of the early 1800's. These were the men who blazed trails through mountains, navigated unnamed rivers, and trapped in lonely streams and meadows. Despite their rough existence, they carried the Bible and Shakespeare with them to read around the campfire at day's end. They lived solitary lives, and most of them died unknown, before the age of 35, with records of their exploits, discoveries and stories unrecorded. The style of Calle celebrated their quiet courage and rugged dignity amid the frontier wilderness. Not only was he able to envision how scenes from their lives might have looked, but he rendered his visions with elaborate detail and historical accuracy. His art filled a void in our visual history. With his pencils and his oils, he captured scenes that preceded film, with results that no camera could ever duplicate. NASA recognized Calles unique ability to interpret history. In the sixties, he was commissioned to document America's early space missions. Millions witnessed thosehistoric moments when man first set foot on the moon. They watched as shadowy black-and-white images of the astronauts bobbed across their televisions in 1969. But with his mind's eye, Calle saw the moment in color. His painting, "The Great Moment" conveys its magnitude, capturing not only the image, but the emotion as well. He chronicled many behind the scenes space launch images and captured for posterity artistic interpretations of the events to give a human touch to the mechanical photos and video. He was the only artist allowed to shadow the Apollo 11 crew on the morning of their launch of this historic flight, resulting in a portfolio the cameras never saw. Calle painted man in relation to his environment, moments when man pauses, alone, to consider his surroundings. "The faces tell the story," he said. Like a good book, the art of Paul Calle draws you in, to experience the moment. "My paintings convey a certain period of history. Collectors tell me that they feel that they could be there; that they could be sitting around the campfire in 'Fireside Companions' or in the scene with'The Storyteller of the Mountains'. They're buying an emotional feeling. I convey what I see, and it attracts them to my work." His painstaking attention to detail involved hours of research, collecting historic artifacts and retracing the footsteps of his subjects, all before committing the scene to pencil on paper or oil on panel. Still, Calle, a disciplined artist and a perfectionist, was never completely satisfied with his spectacular results.

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Lot 48: "Trigger Gate" by Jon Lippens

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Description: "Trigger Gate" by Jon Lippens 1981 Hand signed and printed signed, numbered 161/420 17 1/2" x 20" Fort Worth artist Jon Lippens, a native of Belgium, had his early training in the fine arts of Europe. In 1952, at the age of twenty-five, Jon moved to Texas and settled in Fort Worth. There he trained in the field of visual communication and commercial art, after which he became an illustrator, art editor, and then art director. During this time, he has produced oil and watercolor paintings, pen and ink, and pencil drawings. His works vary from rugged western themes and historical sites to picturesque scenery of New England. They can be described as conservative with realism in a traditional style. Since coming to this country the value of John's paintings have risen steadily and are in great demand by galleries and private collectors across the United States.

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H&R 72116 SB1450 410GA 22

Lot 49: H&R 72116 SB1450 410GA 22" PARDNER BL WOOD -YOUTH-LMB

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Description: H&R 72116 SB1450 410GA 22" PARDNER BL WOOD -YOUTH H&R 72116 Pardner Break Open 410 ga 22" 3" American Hardwood Blue Finish The H&R Pardner carries on an honored tradition in American shotguns. This rugged single shot has proven its worth in the field. It opens smoothly when you press the lever, and locks up tight as a bank vault door. Transfer Bar System prevents accidental discharge, and each gun comes complete with its own special locking device for added safety in storage or in transport. Specifications: Unit of Measure:GN Weight Per Box:7.313 UPC:10633450004 Action:Break Open Gauge:410 Barrel Length:22" Capacity:1 Chamber:3" Length:36" Weight:5 to 6 lbs Drop:1.5" @ Comb & 2" @ Heel Stock:American hardwood Finish:Blue Manufacturer Item Number:72116 Brand:H&R 1871 Inc Item Type:Long Gun Length:39.1 Width:7.3 Height:2.4 Action:Single Shot Gauge:410 Gauge OAL:36" Stock:Wood Weight:7.313 WARNING! All guns must be delivered to a Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer (FFL). If you win the bid you must provide this information to us and you dealer must provide us with a copy of their FFL. No shipments outside of the United States. If you win the bid and are unable to provide a FFL delivery point you will be charged a thirty percent restocking fee. Some states (California, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, etc...) prohibit the sale of certain types of firearms and accessories. We examine each order for items that are prohibited by your state laws, but encourage you to only order items that you know can legally be sold in your state.

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MARLIN 336BL 3030 BL LAMNTD 18

Lot 50: MARLIN 336BL 3030 BL LAMNTD 18" BIGLOOP-LMB

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Description: MARLIN 336BL 3030 BL LAMNTD 18" BIGLOOP WARNING! All guns must be delivered to a Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer (FFL). If you win the bid you must provide this information to us and you dealer must provide us with a copy of their FFL. No shipments outside of the United States. If you win the bid and are unable to provide a FFL delivery point you will be charged a thirty percent restocking fee. Some states (California, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, etc...) prohibit the sale of certain types of firearms and accessories. We examine each order for items that are prohibited by your state laws, but encourage you to only order items that you know can legally be sold in your state. Model 336BL .30-30 Winchester Big Loop Lever 18.5 Inch Barrel Blue Finish Laminate Stock 6 Round Big loop lever. Laminate stock. 18.5 inch barrel. Deeply blued metal surfaces. Tubular magazine. America's favorite lever-action keeps advancing. This time with a big-loop lever for faster, more efficent chambering and ejection with gloves on, plus striking laminated woodwork that improves weather resistance and adds aesthetic appeal. Its 18" barrel is handy in the brush, and the full-length magazine tube gives you six rounds of 30-30 Win. assurance at the moment of truth.

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