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Auction Description for North American Auction Company: Native American, Old West, Antique Auction
Auction Description:

North American Auction Company is proud to present our Premier February 25th Collector Auction. This auction shows an excellent collection of Early Native American Artifacts, Old West Collectibles, and Antique Furniture. This will be the largest collection of rare and important items in a Montana Sale. The sale also includes the large collection of Native American Indian antiques from the Mark Francis Collection. Mark Francis is one of the most renowned collectors and foremost knowledge on Tomahawks and War Clubs. Shipping will be available for all items at the buyers expense. Phone bidding available at 800-686-4216. Download the North American Auction Co. mobile bidding app in the Google Play and Apple App stores today!

 

Auction Saturday February 25th at 10am MST, doors open at 8AM. 

Preview Friday February 24th 10-5.

Located at 34156 E Frontage Rd. Bozeman, MT

Office: 800-686-4216

 

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North American Auction Company
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Native American, Old West, Antique Auction (511 Lots)

by North American Auction Company

February 25, 2017, 10:00 AM MST

Live Auction

Bozeman, MT, USA

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Cheyenne Painted Buffalo Hide War Drum c. 1890-

Estimate: $1,000 - $3,000

Description: This is an original authentic Cheyenne Native American Indian stretched rawhide War Drum from circa 1890-1910. The Late-19th Century Indian Wars period piece features a geometric mineral painted design in black, red and green on both sides. The drum shows an excellent Indian tanned Buffalo hide that had been skinned, wetted, and stretched. The hide is over a bent wood plank with sinew sewn supports. The museum quality artifact is in excellent condition and displays wonderfully. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and is truly a museum quality important artifact. Drum measures 19” in diameter and 4.75"D.

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Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Concho Belt

Estimate: $250 - $750

Description: This is a Navajo sterling silver concho belt. The belt features 14 conchos and buckle. Each piece was hand crafted and is set with a beautiful Sleeping Beauty Turquoise cabochon. The concho belt is in good condition. They measure 1.25" x 1.5" and the belt measures 45" long.

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Current bid: $30 (2 bids)

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Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Inlay Bolo Tie

Estimate: $250 - $500

Description: This is a Navajo sterling silver and turquoise bolo tie. The slide features a beautiful inlay design with coral, turquoise and onyx. At the center of the slide is a fantastic Morenci Turquoise cabochon. The back of the slide is marked "Sterling" and is signed "NG". The Navajo bolo tie is in good condition. The slide measures 2" x 3.25".

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Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Concho Belt

Estimate: $200 - $600

Description: This is a Navajo sterling silver and turquoise concho belt. The belt features 17 conchos with each one being hand tooled and set with a turquoise stone. The concho belt is in good condition. It measures 36" long. Each concho measures 1" x 1.25".

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Current bid: $125 (6 bids)

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Harrington & Richardson Style Handcuffs with Keys

Estimate: $100 - $300

Description: This lot includes two pairs of Harrington & Richardson style handcuffs. One pair features a matte black finish and the other has a nickel plated finish. Each pair comes with two working keys. Interestingly, the locks for these handcuffs are located in the swivel. The handcuffs are in good condition and work well. They measure 3.25" x 11".

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Handcuff Collection with Keys

Estimate: $100 - $300

Description: This lot includes two pairs of handcuffs with keys. The first pair is marked "PIC Made in Spain" and are double locking. The second pair is marked "Bund A.W. Naht Hamburg". Both sets of handcuffs are in good condition and come with a working key. The larger pair measures 3" x 10.75".

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Navajo Ganado Pattern Wool Trade Rug Mid 20th C.

Estimate: $100 - $400

Description: This is a Navajo Native American Indian wool trade rug with a Ganado Pattern. Located southwest of Crystal in the geographical center of the Navajo Reservation the Ganado style of weaving was established by Lorenzo Hubbell in late 1800. The rug shows a combination of many great geometric patterns with colors such as red, dark brown, light brown, white/cream, and grey. The rug appears to be in good condition (review pictures for condition) and is from the mid 20th century. Measures 16 3/4" W x 37" L

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Larue County Kentucky Indian Stone Spade Artifact

Estimate: $250 - $750

Description: This is a stone spade artifact from Central Kentucky. The spade is made from limestone was recovered in Larue County, Kentucky. The piece came from the Charles McSherry collection has been examined by Central Kentucky Relics and found to be an authentic artifact. A certificate of authenticity comes with the piece. The spade artifact measures 5.25" x 13.25".

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Early Southern Plains Indian Pottery Vessel

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description: This is a Southern Plains Native American Indian pottery vessel. The pot is hand formed and made with red clay. The pot shows a fired black on black finish and is truly an early historic piece. The Indian pot is in good condition. It measures 8" in diameter and is 6.75" tall.

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Northern Plains Indian Burl Wood War Club

Estimate: $100 - $300

Description: This is a Plains Native American Indian burl wood war club. The piece features a hand carved handle with a natural burl wood head. The piece shows good overall condition. Age is unknown. The war club measures 3" x 3.75" and is 22.25" long.

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Current bid: $70 (5 bids)

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Peerless Handuff Collection with Keys

Estimate: $150 - $300

Description: This lot features two pairs of handcuffs made by the Peerless Handcuff Company in Springfield, Massachusetts. Both set are double locking and come with a working key. The handcuffs are in good condition and work well. They measure 3" x 8.5".

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Early Deer Lodge Prison Horsehair Fob and Brush

Estimate: $100 - $300

Description: This is an early Deer Lodge Montana State Prison made horsehair fob and shaving brush. The fob shows a wonderful braided design with a tassel at the end. The shaving brush shows a hitched design. Both pieces are in good condition. The fob measures 1" x 8".

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Ancient Mammoth Ivory Tusk Collection

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description: This is a collection of ancient mammoth ivory tusk. These were found and placed in a private collection since the early 1900's. There are six pieces total, each one shows good overall condition. The largest piece measures 1.25" x 3.25".

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Current bid: $40 (2 bids)

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14K Gold & Montana Elk Ivory Ring

Estimate: $150 - $450

Description: This is an 14K gold and Montana elk ivory tooth ring. The ring is marked "14K" and is signed "JS". It features a polished elk ivory tooth. The ring is in good condition. It is size 5.

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Current bid: $125 (3 bids)

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Antique Wooden Snowshoes

Estimate: $100 - $300

Description: This is a pair of antique wooden snowshoes. The snowshoes feature rawhide lacing with leather bindings. The snowshoes are in good condition, with some missing rawhide. Great Western or cabin decor. The snowshoes measure 43 3/8" L x 12 1/2" W

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Navajo Wide Ruins Patterns Rug c1950 Jennie Thomas

Estimate: $2,500 - $10,000

Description: This is an exceptional Navajo Native American Indian wool trade rug with a wonderful Wide Ruins Pattern by master weaver, Jennie Thomas. The piece is from the mid 20th century and shows a very tightly woven wool construction with pigment dyed rich pastel coloring. Jennie Thomas is considered one of the premier master weavers of the 20th century. Her work has been categorized as extremely finely woven and of incredible detail, with this piece being a wonderful example of the same. The rug shows little to no wear and displays very well. Previously sold representations of her works have been placed in the $10,000 to $20,000 range. Currently one of her examples is offered for sale by Cultural Patina for $12,500. Measures overall 61" L x 36" W

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Current bid: $225 (3 bids)

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Navajo Chief Wool Trade Blanket 20th C.

Estimate: $500 - $4,000

Description: This is a tightly hand woven and hand dyed Navajo Native American Indian Chief Blanket Pattern. Chief's blankets typically show large cross like motifs with a strong pattern and would have been displayed in the Chief's Tent or worn on a Chief's shoulders. Other 19th century examples of the Chiefs Blanket can been seen in early photographs showing the rugs draped around such great Indians as Chief Joseph, Sitting Bull and others. The rug shows great condition. This is truly a wonderful 20th century Navajo creation and shows exceptional quality. This measures 48" L x 28" W. Similar quality pieces carry a gallery price tag exceeding $4000-$6000. Originally purchased for over the estimate.

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Navajo Chief Wool Trade Blanket 20th C.

Estimate: $400 - $3,000

Description: This is a tightly hand woven and hand dyed Navajo Native American Indian Chief Blanket Pattern. Chief's blankets typically show large cross like motifs with a strong pattern and would have been displayed in the Chief's Tent or worn on a Chief's shoulders. Other 19th century examples of the Chiefs Blanket can been seen in early photographs showing the rugs draped around such great Indians as Chief Joseph, Sitting Bull and others. The rug shows great condition. This is truly a wonderful 20th century Navajo creation and shows exceptional quality. Similar quality pieces carry a gallery price tag exceeding $4000-$6000. Originally purchased for over the estimate. Measures: 36 1/4" W x 42 1/2" L

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Large Raised Fabric Wall Art Collection

Estimate: $100 - $250

Description: This lot features a collection of two raised fabric wall art Tyrannosaurs Rex and Giraffe pieces. Both pieces are raised fabric on canvas. Excellent for young children. The overall condition of both pieces is good for there age. Measures: 72" H x 48" W

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Northern Plains Catlinite Pipe Bowls 1890-1930

Estimate: $600 - $1,200

Description: The lot features two authentic original catlinite pipestone peace pipe bowls both from the Northern Plains Native American Indians. The first shows a T-shaped bowl with long tapering prow and tall bowl chamber from circa 1890. The second shows an elbow-shaped bowl with artful silver inlay and dates to circa 1930. Both pieces shows well-kept original condition and are truly wonderful Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost knowledge on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece and has been authenticated. The larger piece measures 4" x 9" and the smaller one measures 2.75" x 3.75".

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Current bid: $30 (2 bids)

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Platte River Crow & Sioux War Club Head 19th C.

Estimate: $400 - $1,200

Description: The lot features two authentic Crow and Sioux Native American Indian skull cracker war club heads. The artifacts were recovered at the Platte River site of a documented battle between the Crow and Sioux tribes in the 19th century. Both artifacts show a solid stone construction with the proper drill and ground marks indicative of their 19th century age. Each has a deep full notch along the center. The larger of the two has a more pointed construction and would have been more potent. The small war club head shows a more rounded styling, but was equally as potent when wielded properly. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and verified. The larger piece measures 1 7/8" in diameter and is 6.25" long. The smaller one measures 1.75" in diameter and is 4.25" long.

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Current bid: $80 (6 bids)

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New Glacier National Park Pendleton Blanket

Estimate: $150 - $300

Description: This lot features a New Glacier National Park Transportation Advertisement Blanket. This blanket is new, in its original zippered protective case with the tag still attached. It is in new condition. It measures 66" x 72"

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Persian Medallion Wool Rug

Estimate: $100 - $250

Description: This lot features a Persian Medallion wool rug. The rug has a striking center medallion design with very earthy tones. Has fringed edges. The overall condition of the rug is good for its age. Measures: 99" L x 60" W

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14K Gold Australian Boulder Opal Earring & Pendant

Estimate: $250 - $750

Description: This is a 14K gold and Australian Boulder Opal earrings and pendant set. The earrings and pendant are marked "14K" and are set with beautifully matched opals. The opals display a spectacular deep blue color with fantastic flash. The opal earrings and pendant are in good condition. The pendant measures .5" x 1".

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Current bid: $100 (4 bids)

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865ct. Lightning Ridge Rough Cut Opal Collection

Estimate: $200 - $600

Description: This is a large collection of Lightning Ridge opal stones. These opals were mined in the Outback of Queensland in Australia. There are over 90 pieces, the majority of which have fantastic color and flash. They are all in good condition. The largest opal measures .75" x 1.25". Total weight is 865 carats.

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752ct. Australian Boulder Opal Collection

Estimate: $150 - $350

Description: This is a collection of Australian Boulder opals. These were mined in the Outback of Queensland in Australia. There are over 60 pieces in this collection, the majority of which shows fantastic color and flash. The opals are in good condition. The largest measures 1.25" x 1.25". Total weight of the collection is 752 carats

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Alaskan Lynx Tanned Large Hide

Estimate: $200 - $600

Description: This is a large tanned Alaskan Lynx hide. This is a large trophy Lynx with the hide showing good condition. This is in a tube form with the tail, as well as all the paws. Great for for any future taxidermy mount. Measures: 53" L x 23" W

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Andersen Kee Navajo Sterling Turquoise Necklace

Estimate: $150 - $350

Description: This is a Navajo sterling silver and turquoise necklace made by Andersen Kee. The pendant features a spectacular Pilot Mountain Turquoise cabochon that shows excellent color. The back of the pendant is signed "Andersen Kee". The necklace is in good condition. The pendant measures 1.25" x 2" and the necklace measures 17" in circumference.

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Current bid: $70 (3 bids)

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Zuni Sterling Silver Turquoise Inlay Pendant

Estimate: $150 - $450

Description: This is a Zuni sterling silver pendant. The pendant is inlaid with onyx, turquoise, coral and mother of pearl. The back is marked "Sterling" and is signed "R&L Vacit Zuni, NM". The Zuni pendant is in good condition. It measures 1" x 3".

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Zuni Sterling Silver Bear Pendant

Estimate: $250 - $450

Description: This is a Zuni sterling silver bear pendant. The pendant is inlaid with mother of pearl, coral, lapis, onyx and turquoise. The back of the pendant is signed "E. Ohm Satte Zuni, NM". The Zuni pendant is in good condition. It measures 2.25" x 2.75".

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Zuni Sterling Silver Turquoise Kachina Bolo Tie

Estimate: $200 - $1,250

Description: This is a Zuni sterling silver kachina bolo tie. The slide features a fantastic inlay consisting of onyx, mother of pearl, coral and turquoise. The back of the slide is signed "W. Lany Zuni". The Zuni bolo tie is in good condition. The slide measures 2.5" x 3".

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Navajo Sterling Silver Turquoise Concho Belt

Estimate: $200 - $600

Description: This is a Navajo sterling silver and turquoise concho belt. The belt features hand crafted stamped conchos made from sterling silver and set with turquoise cabochons. The turquoise includes Sleeping Beauty, Blue Gem, Royston and Turquoise Mountain. The concho belt is in good condition. The conchos measure 1" x 1.25" and the belt is 30" long.

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Current bid: $40 (3 bids)

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Early Indian Trade Blanket

Estimate: $100 - $300

Description: This lot features a early Native American Indian style pattern trade blanket. The blanket features vibrant colors and geometric designs. The overall condition of the blanket is fair for its age. Measures: 54" L x 74" W

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CFK Damascus Exotic Camel Bone Knife & Scabbard

Estimate: $100 - $250

Description: This is a hand crafted custom knife from CFK Cutlery Company. The knife has an excellent hand forged folded 512 Layer Twist (1095HC/15N20) polished Damascus Steel blade with a fitted beautiful exotic Camel bone handle set. The knife and sheath are both all hand custom made in the USA. Rare unmarked blade in a unique one of a kind style. Genuine Leather Sheath. The knife is in excellent brand new condition. The knife measures 9" with a 3.5" blade.

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Current bid: $40 (2 bids)

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Amethyst Crystal Geode Formation with Stand

Estimate: $150 - $600

Description: This is an amethyst crystal geode formation with wooden stand. The piece shows large crystals with a fantastic deep, rich color. The amethyst sits on a custom made wooden stand. The geode is in good condition. It measures 5" x 5.5" and is 7.75" tall.

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Citrine Geode Crystal Formation with Stand

Estimate: $150 - $450

Description: This is a citrine geode crystal formation with custom made wooden stand. The geode shows large crystals with deep, rich color. The geode sits on a custom made wooden stand. The citrine geode is in good condition. It measures 6.5" wide and 7.25" tall.

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RARE Signed Russian Cut Crystal

Estimate: $500 - $1,800

Description: This is a RARE Russian signed cut crystal bowl. The piece shows fantastic form and design with astounding presence. The bowl is signed on the bottom "Petros 26781". The crystal bowl is in good condition. It measures 9.5" in diameter and is 8" tall.

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Cigar Store Indian Counter Trade Display 1920's

Estimate: $150 - $450

Description: This is a cigar store Indian countertop trade display figure from the 1920's. The piece is made from compressed sawdust and shows the Native American figure holding a bundle of cigars. The figure shows good overall condition with minor damage to the two bottom corners in back as shown. The piece measures 3.5" x 4" and is 18.25" tall

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Quarter Sawn Oak Pew with Carvings Early 1900

Estimate: $250 - $750

Description: This is an American made Quarter Sawn Oak church pew with excellent applied carvings. The piece is from circa early 1900 and shows excellent craftsmanship. The oak has fantastic grain and is in very good condition. Each end shows deeply carved oak applied carvings in a paisley arts and crafts style. Measures overall 36"H x 51.5"L x 25"D.

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Quarter Sawn Oak Fainting Couch Early 1900

Estimate: $200 - $750

Description: This is an early 1900 quarter sawn oak and upholstered fainting couch. The piece shows an excellent craftsmanship and quality. The fainting couch has a plush tufted period correct upholstery in good condition with brass tacks. The piece shows excellent oak grain with applied Art Deco carvings and carved claw feet. The piece displays very well and shows overall good condition. Measures overall 76"L x 24"H x 32"W.

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Quarter Sawn Oak Hideaway Sewing Cabinet

Estimate: $50 - $300

Description: This is a quarter sawn oak construction early 1900 hideaway sewing cabinet. The cabinet shows the cast iron black painted foot powered mechanism. The top flips to the side for more working area and exposes the holding base for the sewing machine. No Machine Included. Measures 22.5"W x 17.75"D x 30"H.

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Early Mexican Black Leather Chaps Circa 19th C.

Estimate: $500 - $1,500

Description: This lot features a pair of early Mexican Cowboy black leather chaps. The chaps have a striking handmade design with custom leather work. The pair date to the early 19th century. They are in good condition. The rare set show a Shotgun style leg with cushion sewn design and long fringe. The legs also show a very unique and rare forged iron clasp (one leg have a bar with a swivel hook and a slide and the other has an opening that allows the hook to catch and a button that slides up the opening). The leg attachments are unique and of excellent craftsmanship for such an early age. Measures: 40" L x 8" W

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Cow Hide Leather Stitched Blanket

Estimate: $300 - $900

Description: This lot features a cow hide blanket or floor covering. The blanket is stitched leather and has a striking pattern made with different colors of hide. Some of the leather stitching has come loose. The overall condition of the piece is good for its age. Measures: 71" W x 101" L

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Western Cowboy Bronc Rider Rodeo Metal Art

Estimate: $200 - $600

Description: This is a Western cowboy bronc rider rodeo metal art wall hanging. The piece shows a dynamic scene of a cowboy riding a bronc and is made entirely from metal. The artist captures the excitement and anticipation of the rodeo in this action packed piece. The metal art piece is in good condition. It measures 31.5" x 31.75".

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Montana Rainbow Trout Taxidermy Mount

Estimate: $150 - $350

Description: This is a Montana Rainbow Trout taxidermy mount. The trout has been prepared by a professional taxidermist. It shows exceptional size with fantastic color and detail. The mount is in good condition. It measures 23" wide and 22" tall.

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Current bid: $20 (1 bid)

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Trophy Red Fox Pelt

Estimate: $100 - $300

Description: This lot features a trophy red fox pelt. The pelt has been sew into a tube perfect for future taxidermy. The pelt does not appear to be experiencing shedding or have and large balding spots. The overall condition of the piece is good for its age. Measures: 59” long and 25” wide.

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Early Navajo Trade Blanket

Estimate: $100 - $250

Description: This lot features a early Navajo trade blanket. The blanket has vibrant colors and symbols of the Navajo culture. The overall condition of the blanket is good for its age. Measures: 65" L x 61" W

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Large Montana Taxidermy Buffalo Skull

Estimate: $250 - $500

Description: This is a large Montana Buffalo skull. The skull has been prepared by a professional taxidermist and shows great color. The buffalo skull is in good condition. It measures 27" wide x 24".

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Crow Beaded Pipe Tomahawk Drop c. 19th-20th

Estimate: $400 - $1,500

Description: This Crow Native American Indian artifact features an Indian tanned hide with excellent glass trade seed beadwork throughout. The circa late 19th early to mid-20th piece would have adorned a 19th century Crow Pipe Tomahawk. The piece shows a red trade cloth backing with early trade glass seed beads in chalk white, Cheyenne pink, sky blue, black, and red. The drop also has long hide fringe. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and verified. The beaded drop measures 3.5" x 12.5".

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Current bid: $20 (2 bids)

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Plains Indian Beaded War Club Tabs c. 19th-20th

Estimate: $200 - $800

Description: This lot shows two authentic original early Plains Native American Indian beaded tabs. The tabs both show exceptional beadwork and date from the late 19th century to early 20th century. The tabs would have adorned a Plains Indian War Club, Tomahawk, or other artifact. Both show Indian tanned hide construction with all early glass trade seed beadwork. The first has a sky blue, and chalk white base with accents of butterscotch yellow and dark blue beads. The second piece shows a chalk white base with butterscotch greasy yellow, dark blue, sky blue, semi-transparent red, and red white heart beads accenting throughout. Both show a geometric design typical of pieces from this era. Provenance: From the personal collection of renowned collector and foremost expert on war clubs and tomahawks, Mark Francis. The Francis collection piece has been authenticated and verified. The larger piece measures 2.5" x 5.5" and the smaller one is 2" x 4.25".

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Current bid: $20 (1 bid)

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