Lot 489    

American Indian Weekly Ration Ticket,
2007, American Indian and Western Art, March 31
dated 1884 and with Bull 66 written on the reverse. Ticket is punched demonstrating use and is good for 10 people, however ticket does not list Agency, Tribe, or Band, length 3.25" x width 1.25". Paper ticket with green twisted cord through hole. For similar ticket see (Painter 1991:60,610)

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expected wear demonstrated by punches, but very good.
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Eskimo Ivory Pipe,
Lot # 32 - Eskimo Ivory Pipe,
with seal resting on front of pipe, surface of pipe decorated with an elaborate pattern of scrimshawed concentric circles in red and black ink, carved ivory bowl, accession record indicates this pipe was collected in 1906, length 5.75". > Item Details
Modoc Painted Wooden Bow,
Lot # 539 - Modoc Painted Wooden Bow,
decorated with black elongated triangles and wavy lines that accentuate the curvy shape of the weapon, length 39.75". This lot will be sold AS IS. No condition reports are available. > Item Details
D. F. Barry Photograph of Chief Gall, Hunkpapa Lakota,
Lot # 403 - D. F. Barry Photograph of Chief Gall, Hunkpapa Lakota,
mounted in the photographer's original paper folder, with Barry's blindstamp on portrait and mount, illustrated Barry label on back, 10.75 x 6.75". Gall (ca 1840-1894), a renown chief, was famous for his military efforts in the wars against the US and for his participation in the Battle of Little B... > Item Details
Lenny and Sawyers Boudoir Photographs of Camps in Indian Territory,
Lot # 383 - Lenny and Sawyers Boudoir Photographs of Camps in Indian Territory,
both unmarked mid-distance views of tipi camps showing a mealtime in first and general view in second. One with penciled inscription on verso At Anadarko, I.T./ I appear in this picture sitting on the ground. Julian Scott. These images were likely taken while Scott accompanied the 1890 census-taker... > Item Details
Three Pima Baskets,
Lot # 562 - Three Pima Baskets,
all of yucca and devil's claw and designed with linear geometrics, height 2.5" x diameter 6.75"; PLUS diameter 10.5"; AND height 3.75" x diameter 9.5". This lot will be sold AS IS. No condition reports are available. > Item Details
San Ildefonso Polychrome Jar,
Lot # 170 - San Ildefonso Polychrome Jar,
with a bulbous body, double shoulder, and restricting neck with slightly flared lip. Lower third of body designed with hatched scallops of which split foliate devices hang; the concave mid-section decorated with repeating triangular devices; and neck of vessel contains images of five different figu... > Item Details
Acoma Olla,
Lot # 162 - Acoma Olla,
black-on-white, with globular body, slightly tapering neck, and indented base. Painted with a complex hatched design broken into three horizontal friezes, height 11.5" x diameter 13". > Item Details
Group of German Silver Pins and Cross,
Lot # 495 - Group of German Silver Pins and Cross,
lot of 8, including seven pierced disk broachs, diameter 1.75; AND a silver cross pendant with delicate stamping along edges, length 2.5”, all mounted in shadowbox, 9.75” x 8.25”. > Item Details
Great Lakes Wooden Weaving Heddle with Horses' Heads,
Lot # 521 - Great Lakes Wooden Weaving Heddle with Horses' Heads,
possibly Winnebago. The weaver passed one set of threads through the small holes and the other set through the slots at the bottom. The heddle lifted the warp threads enabling the weft threads to pass easily through the resulting shed or opening (McMaster and Trafzer, eds., 2004: 224). Women used... > Item Details
Plains Child's Rawhide Saddle,
Lot # 440 - Plains Child's Rawhide Saddle,
wooden frame covered with rawhide, with leather fenders, wooden stirrups, and girth strap, length of saddle 11.5" x width 11". > Item Details
Northwest Coast Carved Mountain Sheep Horn Spoon,
Lot # 76 - Northwest Coast Carved Mountain Sheep Horn Spoon,
circa 1890, carved with figures of a raven and a bear on handle, inlaid abalone eyes, length 8.5". > Item Details
Kiowa Belt,  Strike-a-Lite Pouch, Awl Case, and Drop,
Lot # 395 - Kiowa Belt, Strike-a-Lite Pouch, Awl Case, and Drop,
finely beaded on the pouch and awl case in colors of sage, orange, yellow, pink, cobalt, blue, red, and turquoise. Pouch and awl case decorated with a tight fringe of copper cones and with long, metal tubular beads (one set on pouch is detached, but present). Drop, with rectangular German silver p... > Item Details
Navajo Regional Weaving,
Lot # 557 - Navajo Regional Weaving,
woven of hand-spun wool in a natural pallet of cream, gray, and black, 62" x 52.5". This lot will be sold AS IS. No condition reports are available. > Item Details
<i>Taos Pueblo Indian Girl</i> by William Herbert Dunton,
Lot # 357 - Taos Pueblo Indian Girl by William Herbert Dunton,
ink on paper, with Dunton of Taos as part of lithograph below image. Pencil signed W. Herbert Dunton, '31/ Southwestern Series in lower right and Taos Pueblo Indian Girl/ Model: Corn Weeds, no. 22 in the lower left; 11" x 14.75" (sight), 18" x 23" (w/frame).WILLIAM HERBERT DUNTOON (1878-1936), even... > Item Details
Eskimo Carved Bone and Ivory Snuff Boxes and Tubes,
Lot # 33 - Eskimo Carved Bone and Ivory Snuff Boxes and Tubes,
lot of 5, includes an ivory box with beveled edges decorated with red concentric circles and hatched lines, wooden bottom and lid, leather thong on lid connects a small carved seal toggle, length 2.25" x width 1.25"; PLUS a conical shaped bone box with wooden bottom and opening, length 2.5" x diamet... > Item Details
Plains Quirt,
Lot # 443 - Plains Quirt,
with carved handle, leather whip, and twisted calico fabric wrist handle, length w/o whip 14". > Item Details
Navajo Germantown Eyedazzler,
Lot # 229 - Navajo Germantown Eyedazzler,
tightly woven in colors of purple, red, green, and cream, with alternating bands of zigzags flanked by sawtooth devices, 12 warp/inch, 60 weft/inch; 53" x 35" > Item Details
Lot # 338 - "Indian Rider" by William Meuttman,
oil on canvas, signed W. Meuttman lower right, also with Meutmann inscribed on frame's plaque; 15.5" x 21.5" (sight), 25" x 31" (w/frame).WILLIAM MEUTTMAN (1869-1948) was born to German parents in Cincinnati, Ohio. He trained under Duveneck and was a member of the Cincinnati Art Club. Like his con... > Item Details
Navajo Hubbell Revival Blanket,
Lot # 223 - Navajo Hubbell Revival Blanket,
of Germantown wool, tightly woven with striped Moki pattern using deep purple and bluish-gray, and highlighted with red Navajo serrated lines and central cream, red, and deep purple crosses, 8 warp/inch, 50 weft/inch; 70.5" x 30.5". > Item Details
Pacific Island Tapa Helmet,
Lot # 589 - Pacific Island Tapa Helmet,
hand-stitched and covered with black pitch or possibly candlenut pigment. Base under tapa may be wood, height 8.5" x inside diameter 9". This lot will be sold AS IS. No condition reports are available. > Item Details
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