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        • Bob Scriver (American, 1914-1999) Bronze Sculpture Ca. 1977, "Buddies", H 7" W 4.5" L 13.25"
          Jun. 14, 2024

          Bob Scriver (American, 1914-1999) Bronze Sculpture Ca. 1977, "Buddies", H 7" W 4.5" L 13.25"

          Est: $600 - $1,000

          Two standing horse figures with necks embracing. Black patina. Signed and dated with edition #23/100, on base. H. 8" including wood oval base. Provenance: Property from a prominent Grosse Pointe Park, MI private residence.

          DuMouchelles
        • Bob Scriver Buffalo Skull Plaster Model
          Jun. 08, 2024

          Bob Scriver Buffalo Skull Plaster Model

          Est: $250 - $350

          12 1/4" by 8 5/8" by 2 1/2" on board. This is the plaster model used to cast the bronze. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Bob Scriver Salute to the Robe Trade Bronze
          Jun. 08, 2024

          Bob Scriver Salute to the Robe Trade Bronze

          Est: $4,000 - $6,000

          Title is Salute to the Robe Trade. 17" by 20" by 9". Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Bob Scriver The Hornaday Buffalo Group Bronze
          Jun. 08, 2024

          Bob Scriver The Hornaday Buffalo Group Bronze

          Est: $10,000 - $15,000

          Title is The Hornaday Buffalo Group. 19 1/4" by 15" by 8 1/4". Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Bob Scriver Winchester Rider Bronze Montana
          Jun. 08, 2024

          Bob Scriver Winchester Rider Bronze Montana

          Est: $5,000 - $7,500

          20 3/8" by 17" by 11 1/4". Title is Winchester Rider. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Bob Scriver (1914-1999), Charlie Russell Rider Buffalo Skull
          May. 18, 2024

          Bob Scriver (1914-1999), Charlie Russell Rider Buffalo Skull

          Est: $400 - $600

          Title: Charlie Russell Rider Buffalo Skull Dimensions: 7 x 7 1/4 x 2 3/8 Framed Dimensions: 8 x 8 x 3 3/8 Signature: inscribed: CRR

          Jackson Hole Art Auction
        • Bob Scriver Montana Trapper Belt Buckle
          May. 11, 2024

          Bob Scriver Montana Trapper Belt Buckle

          Est: $25 - $50

          3 3/8" long.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Bob Scriver The White Flags Bronze Montana
          May. 11, 2024

          Bob Scriver The White Flags Bronze Montana

          Est: $4,000 - $6,000

          18 3/8" by 17 5/8" by 12 5/8". Title is The White Flags. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Bob Scriver Grey Wolf Bronze Montana
          May. 11, 2024

          Bob Scriver Grey Wolf Bronze Montana

          Est: $400 - $600

          4 3/4" by 4 1/4" by 3". Title is Grey Wolf. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Robert Macfie Scriver, Winchester Rider, 1979
          May. 09, 2024

          Robert Macfie Scriver, Winchester Rider, 1979

          Est: $5,000 - $7,000

          Robert Macfie Scriver (1914 - 1999) Winchester Rider, 1979 bronze, edition 151 of 250 inscribed: © BOB SCRIVER / 1979

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Sculpture, Robert M. Scriver
          Apr. 20, 2024

          Sculpture, Robert M. Scriver

          Est: $300 - $500

          Robert M. (Bob) Scriver (American, 1914-1999), "Our Tony," bronze on wood base, inscribed to base, edition 19/100, overall (with base): 14.5"h x 6"w x 11"d. Provenance: Estate of Meri Jaye, a renowned maritime collector and interior designer of passenger and cargo ships, Nob Hill, San Francisco

          Clars Auctions
        • Bob Scriver, Winter King Caribou, Bronze
          Apr. 14, 2024

          Bob Scriver, Winter King Caribou, Bronze

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          Bob Scriver (American, 1914-1999), Winter King Caribou, bronze on wood base, 54/110, 24" x 25" x 9". Provenance: Manchester, Massachusetts collection.

          Kaminski Auctions
        • Bob Scriver Buffalo Skull Plaster Model
          Apr. 13, 2024

          Bob Scriver Buffalo Skull Plaster Model

          Est: $100 - $150

          5 5/8" by 5" by 1 5/8". This is the plaster model used to cast the bronze. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Bob Scriver Lewis Clark & Sacajawea Montana Bronze
          Apr. 13, 2024

          Bob Scriver Lewis Clark & Sacajawea Montana Bronze

          Est: $10,000 - $15,000

          18 1/4" by 14 5/8" by 13 1/4". Title is Lewis, Clark & Sacajawea. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Bob Scriver Batwing Chaps Bronze Montana
          Apr. 13, 2024

          Bob Scriver Batwing Chaps Bronze Montana

          Est: $600 - $800

          10 1/4" by 6 3/4" by 6 1/2". Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Bob Scriver Coffee Break Bronze Montana
          Apr. 13, 2024

          Bob Scriver Coffee Break Bronze Montana

          Est: $600 - $800

          11" by 6 3/4" by 6". Title is Coffee Break. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Bob Scriver Bull Durham Cowboy Bronze Montana
          Apr. 13, 2024

          Bob Scriver Bull Durham Cowboy Bronze Montana

          Est: $400 - $600

          11 1/4" by 8 1/4" by 6 7/8". Title is Bull Durham Cowboy. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Bob Scriver Wells Fargo Cargo Bronze Montana
          Apr. 13, 2024

          Bob Scriver Wells Fargo Cargo Bronze Montana

          Est: $600 - $800

          11 1/2" by 7 5/8" by 6 1/4". Title is Wells Fargo Cargo. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Bob Scriver The Sheriff Bronze Montana
          Apr. 13, 2024

          Bob Scriver The Sheriff Bronze Montana

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          14 1/8" by 7" by 6". Title is The Sheriff. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Bob Scriver (1914-1999), Spotted Colt
          Feb. 17, 2024

          Bob Scriver (1914-1999), Spotted Colt

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          Title: Spotted Colt Dimensions: 11 x 14 1/4 x 6 3/8 Framed Dimensions: 12 1/4 x 15 1/2 x 8 1/4 Signature: inscribed: The Spotted Colt 1985 46/100 © Bob Scriver

          Jackson Hole Art Auction
        • Bob Scriver (1914-1999 Montana) Cold Maker 1975
          Jan. 27, 2024

          Bob Scriver (1914-1999 Montana) Cold Maker 1975

          Est: $1,250 - $1,750

          Featured in this lot is this bronze sculpture called "Cold Maker," circa 1975 by Montana artist Bob Scriver born in 1914 and died in 1999. Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. This is a Lost Wax Bronze Casting and shows a walnut base. Bob Scriver bronzes have been valued at over $30,000-$50,000. He is believed to be "The Cowboy’s National Sculptor" and one of the finest Montana bronze artists of the 20th century. The bronze is marked as follows: Cold Maker - Bronze - 6/100 - Bob Scriver - 1975. The condition of this bronze sculpture is good with no obvious signs of damage and shows good overall condition. The measurements of this bronze sculpture is 13 1/2" x 9 3/4" x 8 1/2". The collective weight of this bronze sculpture is 14lbs.

          North American Auction Company
        • Bob Scriver (1914-1999) Frontier Scout Sculpture
          Jan. 27, 2024

          Bob Scriver (1914-1999) Frontier Scout Sculpture

          Est: $900 - $1,800

          Featured in this lot is this sculpture called "Frontier Scout," by American Artist Bob Scriver born in 1914 and died in 1999. Chalkware sculptures were done by Scriver himself at his home foundry in Montana for only a few years with very few of them known to exhist. Robert "Bob" Mcafee Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. The artwork shows a frontier scout on horseback with his rifle in his hand looking off into the distance. The sculpture is marked as follows: Bob Scriver - Browning Montana - 1964 - Fronier Scout. The condition of this chalkware sculpture is well preserved with a minor repair to the rein and shows wear to the paint consistent with age. The measurements of this sculpture is 15" x 11 3/4" x 4 3/4". The collective weight of this piece is 8lb 6oz. This piece comes complete with a certificate of authenticity.

          North American Auction Company
        • Bob Scriver (1914-1999) Price of a Scalp Sculpture
          Jan. 27, 2024

          Bob Scriver (1914-1999) Price of a Scalp Sculpture

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          Featured in this lot is this chalkware sculpture called "Price of a Scalp," by American artist Bob Scriver born in 1914 and died in 1999. Chalkware sculptures were done by Scriver himself at his home foundry in Montana for only a few years with very few of them known to exhist. Robert "Bob" Mcafee Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. The sculpture features a wonderfully and professionally crafted chalkware construction that shows two Native Americans doing battle one on horseback and is marked as follows: The Price of a Scalp - Bob Scriver - 1963. The condition of this chalkware sculpture is well preserved with some slight wear to the sculpture from age. The measurements of this sculpture is 14 3/4" x 13 1/2" x 11 1/2". The collective weight of this sculpture is 10lb 4oz.

          North American Auction Company
        • Bob Scriver Hornaday Buffalo Bronze Sculpture
          Dec. 01, 2023

          Bob Scriver Hornaday Buffalo Bronze Sculpture

          Est: $100 - $10,000

          Late 20th Century; Original, 8.75” height, platform 12.5” x 8”, bronze statue of buffalo, signed by artist and numbered 66/100. Overall condition is excellent and original, complete with signed COA, please view photos. Provenance: NWS

          Mebane Antique Auction
        • Bob Scriver Hereford Bull Bronze Montana
          Nov. 25, 2023

          Bob Scriver Hereford Bull Bronze Montana

          Est: $250 - $350

          5 3/8" long, 4 1/2" tall, 3 1/4" wide. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

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        • Bob Scriver Lewis & Clark Bronze Montana
          Nov. 25, 2023

          Bob Scriver Lewis & Clark Bronze Montana

          Est: $250 - $350

          4 1/2" long, 4 1/8" tall, 2 1/4" wide. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

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        • Bob Scriver Paul's Bull Buffalo Bronze Montana
          Nov. 25, 2023

          Bob Scriver Paul's Bull Buffalo Bronze Montana

          Est: $250 - $350

          6 1/8" long, 4 1/8" tall, 3 1/2" wide. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

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        • Bob Scriver Eagle Sketch Montana Bronze
          Nov. 25, 2023

          Bob Scriver Eagle Sketch Montana Bronze

          Est: $100 - $150

          4 3/4" tall, 4 1/2" long, 3 5/8" wide. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

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        • Bob Scriver Rex's Gopher Bronze Montana
          Nov. 25, 2023

          Bob Scriver Rex's Gopher Bronze Montana

          Est: $100 - $150

          4 1/2" tall, 4 1/4" long, 3 1/2" wide. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

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        • Bob Scriver Red Fox Bronze Montana
          Nov. 25, 2023

          Bob Scriver Red Fox Bronze Montana

          Est: $100 - $150

          4" tall, 4" diameter. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

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        • Bob Scriver Montana Horse Head Bronze
          Nov. 25, 2023

          Bob Scriver Montana Horse Head Bronze

          Est: $400 - $600

          7 3/8" long, 6 3/8" wide, 5 1/8" deep. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

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        • Bob Scriver Exhibition Montana Historical Society
          Nov. 24, 2023

          Bob Scriver Exhibition Montana Historical Society

          Est: $25 - $50

          1972. Rodeo stock.

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        • BOB SCRIVER "A HARD WAY TO GET OFF" BRONZE SCULPTURE
          Nov. 12, 2023

          BOB SCRIVER "A HARD WAY TO GET OFF" BRONZE SCULPTURE

          Est: -

          Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) "A Hard Way To Get Off" Bronze Sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was greatly influenced by figure sculptor Malvina Hoffman. Like her, he familiarized himself with the circa perdue casting process. He would later create his own Bighorn Foundry using this process. Artist: Bob Scriver Title: "A Hard Way To Get Off" Medium: Bronze Sculpture Circa/Year: 1981 Signature Type: Signed Signature Location: on base Edition: 31/150 Approx. Net Weight: 48 lbs. Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD2023

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        • BOB SCRIVER "CALF IN THE WAY" BRONZE SCULPTURE
          Nov. 12, 2023

          BOB SCRIVER "CALF IN THE WAY" BRONZE SCULPTURE

          Est: -

          Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) "Calf in the Way" Bronze Sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was greatly influenced by figure sculptor Malvina Hoffman. Like her, he familiarized himself with the circa perdue casting process. He would later create his own Bighorn Foundry using this process. Artist: Bob Scriver Title: "Calf in the Way" Medium: Bronze Sculpture Circa/Year: 1981 Signature Type: Signed Signature Location: on base Edition: 31/150 Approx. Net Weight: 58 lbs. Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD2023

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        • BOB SCRIVER "TALL STANDER" BRONZE SCULPTURE
          Nov. 12, 2023

          BOB SCRIVER "TALL STANDER" BRONZE SCULPTURE

          Est: -

          Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) "Tall Stander" Bronze Sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was greatly influenced by figure sculptor Malvina Hoffman. Like her, he familiarized himself with the circa perdue casting process. He would later create his own Bighorn Foundry using this process. Artist: Bob Scriver Title: "Tall Stander" Medium: Bronze Sculpture Circa/Year: 1981 Signature Type: Signed Signature Location: on base Edition: 31/150 Approx. Net Weight: 49 lbs. Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD2023

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        • Bob Scriver (1914-1999) "Prairie Buck" Chalkware
          Nov. 11, 2023

          Bob Scriver (1914-1999) "Prairie Buck" Chalkware

          Est: $300 - $600

          For your consideration is this original Bob Scriver chalkware sculpture titled, "Prairie Buck" done in 1957. Chalkware sculptures were done by Scriver himself at his hime foundry and only for a limited number of years, truly a rarity with few known to exist. Robert "Bob" Mcafee Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. The sculpture depicts a Pronghorn walking over a rocky area as he looks into the distance. The front of the sculpture at the bottom reads, "Prairie Buck" while the back is signed reading, "© Bob Scriver 1957". The piece shows fair condition overall with the right horn having been repaired. The piece measures 6" L x 2 1/4" W x 7 3/4" H and weighs 14 ounces.

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        • Bob Scriver (1914-1999) Warrior Scouts c. 1962
          Nov. 11, 2023

          Bob Scriver (1914-1999) Warrior Scouts c. 1962

          Est: $600 - $800

          This is an original circa 1862 Bob Scriver “Native American Warrior Scouts on the Scent” chalkware sculpture. Chalkware sculptures were done by Scriver himself at his home foundry for a limited time, very few are known to exist. Robert Mcafee Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. The piece depicts a scene of two Native American men on horseback following trails of other horses and men. They are examining a U. S. Army canteen that had been dropped. Both are holding spears and one has a large shield on his back, while the others is slung around his hip. The piece shows great attention to detail throughout the men, the horses and the terrain they are on. The piece is signed twice around the bottom edges reading, "©1962 Bob Scriver". The piece shows fair condition overall with some large chipping in the back of one of the mens necks, a partially broken spear tip, and a broken spear tip. The piece measures 15" L x 10 1/4" W x 14 1/4" H and weighs 13 pounds and 10 ounces.

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        • Bob Scriver (1914-1999) "Buffalo Hunter" Sculpture
          Nov. 11, 2023

          Bob Scriver (1914-1999) "Buffalo Hunter" Sculpture

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          For your consideration is this original Bob Scriver chalkware sculpture titled, "Buffalo Hunter" done in 1960. Chalkware sculptures were done by Scriver himself at his home foundry in Montana for only a few years with very few of them known to exhist. Robert "Bob" Mcafee Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. The sculpture shows a man on horseback holding his rifle in his right hand and the reins in his left hand. He is wearing a cowboy hat and has various items on his saddle such as a canteen, a saddle bag and another bag in the back. The front of the sculpture shows the title reading, "Buffalo Hunter" while the back reads, "Bob Scriver © 1960". The piece shows great attention to detail throughout the man and the horse. The piece shows good condition overall with a small chip in the horses left ear and slight scuffing to the horses left side. The piece measures 13 1/4" L x 5 1/4" W x 15" H and weighs 8 pounds and 6 ounces.

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        • Bob Scriver Southfork Spring Bronze
          Nov. 04, 2023

          Bob Scriver Southfork Spring Bronze

          Est: $600 - $800

          10" tall, 8 3/4" long, 7 1/8" wide. Bob (Robert Macfie) Scriver (1914 - 1999) was active/lived in Montana. Bob Scriver is known for Animal and western sculpture. Bob Scriver was an elected member in both the Cowboy Artists of America organization and the National Academy of Western Art. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was accepted for membership in the National Sculpture Society. Scriver created heroic sculptures in Montana of the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and in Wyoming of the legendary Buffalo Bill. His Cowboy works include a heroic work of Bill Linderman at the Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and his "Rodeo In Bronze" series, one of four belonging to the Devonian Institute in Canada. Scriver was commissioned to do such pieces as a Montana Trapper and belt buckle for the Montana Historical Society to help raise funds to purchase the C.M. Russell painting, When the Land Belonged to God, which raised $96,000.00. In 1981, for the Winchester Arms Company, he was also commissioned to do a famous logo called, The Winchester Rider. This set a new record for contemporary sculptors with gross sales totaling over one million dollars. This edition of 250 was completely sold out in 30 days from the time of National advertising. Scriver's art depicts a sense of freedom that has been lost by the Indian and is seemingly being lost by the cowboy. The Late Dr. Harold McCracken, Director Emeritus of the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, was quoted in the forward of Scriver's book NO MORE BUFFALO as calling Scriver: "America's foremost sculptor today-bar none". Scriver died January 29,1999. He has left behind him stories, and dreams of the West....in bronze.

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        • Bob Scriver (1914-1999) Rex's Gopher Bronze
          Sep. 23, 2023

          Bob Scriver (1914-1999) Rex's Gopher Bronze

          Est: $250 - $500

          This is an original Bob Scriver bronze sculpture titled "Rex's Gopher". The piece shows the gopher standing next to his hole. Robert Macfie Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. This is a Lost Wax Bronze Casting and shows a walnut base. Bob Scriver bronzes have been valued at over $30,000-$50,000. He is believed to be "The Cowboy’s National Sculptor" and one of the finest Montana bronze artists of the 20th century. This bronze is in good condition. It measures 3.75" x 4.75" and is 4" tall. The piece is numbered 71/250. The collective weight is 14oz.

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        • Bob Scriver (1914-1999) Sitting Bear Bronze c 1991
          Sep. 23, 2023

          Bob Scriver (1914-1999) Sitting Bear Bronze c 1991

          Est: $300 - $600

          Featured in this lot is this bronze sculpture of a sitting bear circa 1991 by Montana artist Bob Scriver born in 1914 and died in 1999. The sculpture features a wonderfully and professionally crafted bronze construction that shows a sitting bear. The bronze is marked as follows: To Harold - From Bob - Bob Scriver - 1991. Robert Macfie Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. Bob Scriver bronzes have been valued at over $30,000-$50,000. He is believed to be "The Cowboy’s National Sculptor" and one of the finest Montana bronze artists of the 20th century. The condition of this bronze sculpture is good with no obvious signs of damage and shows good overall condition. The measurements of this bronze sculpture is 4" x 2 1/4" x 2 1/2". The collective weight of this bronze sculpture is 1lb 10oz.

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        • Bob Scriver (1914-1999) Powell Foundry Foal Bronze
          Sep. 23, 2023

          Bob Scriver (1914-1999) Powell Foundry Foal Bronze

          Est: $300 - $600

          Featured in this lot is this bronze sculpture Powell Foundry foal from Montana artist Bob Scriver born in 1914 and died in 1999. The sculpture features a wonderfully and professionally crafted bronze construction that shows a young foal looking off into the distance. The bronze sculpture is marked as follows: To Harold - Powell Foundry - Bob Scriver. Robert Macfie Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. Bob Scriver bronzes have been valued at over $30,000-$50,000. He is believed to be "The Cowboy’s National Sculptor" and one of the finest Montana bronze artists of the 20th century. The condition of this bronze sculpture is good with no obvious signs of damage and shows good overall condition. The measurements of this bronze sculpture is 4 3/4" x 3 1/4" x 2 5/8". The collective weight of this bronze is 1lb.

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        • Bob Scriver (1914-1999) "Ranch Filly's" Bronze
          Sep. 23, 2023

          Bob Scriver (1914-1999) "Ranch Filly's" Bronze

          Est: $750 - $950

          Featured in this lot is this bronze sculpture called "Ranch Filly's," circa 1975 from Montana artist Bob Scriver born in 1914 and died in 1999. The sculpture features a wonderfully and professionally crafted bronze construction that shows a little girl hugging a young filly foal. The bronze is marked as follows: "Ranch Filly's" - Bob Scriver - 7/55 - 1975. Robert Macfie Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. The condition of this bronze sculpture is good with no obvious signs of damage and shows good overall condition. The measurements of this bronze sculpture is 6 3/8" x 8" x 5 1/8". The collective weight of these bronze is 5lb 12oz.

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        • 1975 Original Bob Scriver Howling Coyote Bronze
          Sep. 23, 2023

          1975 Original Bob Scriver Howling Coyote Bronze

          Est: $600 - $800

          Featured in this lot is this 1975 original Bob Scriver howling coyote bronze numbered 7/150. Robert Macfie Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962 he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. The bronze shows a coyote howling at the moon on a bronze base and is mounted on a raised wooden shield. The condition of this bronze sculpture is good with no obvious signs of damage and shows good overall condition. The measurements of this bronze is 6 1/4" x 3 1/2" x 4 1/2". The collective weight of this bronze is 2lb.

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        • Bob Scriver (1914-1999) Batwing Chaps Bronze c1984
          Sep. 23, 2023

          Bob Scriver (1914-1999) Batwing Chaps Bronze c1984

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          Featured in this lot is a bronze sculpture called "Batwing Chaps" circa 1984, from Montana artist, Bob Scriver. Scriver was born in 1914 and died in 1999. The sculpture features a wonderfully and professionally crafted bronze construction that shows a cowboy in a vets and batwing chaps sitting on a rock with a rope in his hand. The bronze is marked as follows: Batwing Chaps - 1984 - Bob Scriver - 165/250 - Bronze. The plaque on the front of the wooden shield is marked as follows: "Batwing Chaps" - Bob Scriver. Robert Macfie Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962, he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists, had been accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. The overall condition of this bronze sculpture is good with no obvious signs of damage. The measurements of this bronze sculpture are 11" x 6 1/4" x 5 1/4". The collective weight of this bronze is 10lb 14oz.*

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        • Bob Scriver (1914-1999) Bull Durham Cowboy Bronze
          Sep. 23, 2023

          Bob Scriver (1914-1999) Bull Durham Cowboy Bronze

          Est: $1,200 - $1,500

          Featured in this lot is a bronze sculpture called " Bull Durham Cowboy," circa 1986, from Montana artist Bob Scriver, who was born in 1914 and died in 1999. The sculpture features a wonderfully and professionally crafted bronze construction that shows a cowboy sitting on a bench putting tobacco into a rolling paper with a hat on his head and wearing a vest. The bronze is marked as follows: Bull Durham Cowboy - Bob Scriver - 1986 - 165/250 - Bronze. The plaque is marked as follows: "Bull Durham Cowboy" - Bob Scriver. Robert Macfie Scriver (1914-1999) was born in Browning, Montana (in the heart of the Blackfoot Indian Reservation) in 1914. Scriver began sculpting using taxidermy to learn his craft of making wildlife bronzes. By 1962, he became a charter member of the Society of Animal Artists and was accepted into the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America. He is also listed in Who’s Who in American Art, and a member of the National Sculpture Society, and the National Academy of Western Art. The overall condition of this bronze sculpture is good with no obvious signs of damage. The measurements of this bronze sculpture are 11 1/2" x 7" x 7 7/8". The collective weight of this bronze sculpture is 14lb 6oz.*

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        • Bob Scriver (1914-1999), “The Dakota Bull”, 1991, Patinated bronze on a wood base, 7.5" H x 4.5" W x 10" W; with base: 9" H x 6.5" W x 11" W
          Sep. 12, 2023

          Bob Scriver (1914-1999), “The Dakota Bull”, 1991, Patinated bronze on a wood base, 7.5" H x 4.5" W x 10" W; with base: 9" H x 6.5" W x 11" W

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          Bob Scriver (1914-1999) "The Dakota Bull", 1991 Patinated bronze on a wood base Edition: 31/48 Signed, titled, dated, and numbered in the casting: © Bob Scriver

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        • Bob Scriver (American, 1914-1999) Moving On, edition 49/50, 1995
          Aug. 29, 2023

          Bob Scriver (American, 1914-1999) Moving On, edition 49/50, 1995

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          Bob Scriver (American, 1914-1999) Moving On, edition 49/50, 1995 bronze signed Bob Scriver, titled, numbered and dated (base) height 12 1/2 x width 35 x depth 8 inches

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