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Kidder's Pecos Volumes on the Southwest,
2003 American Indian Arts. Sept. 12-13
lot of 4. Kidder, Alfred V. Includes The Pottery of Pecos Vol. I & II; PLUS The Artifacts of Pecos; AND An Introduction to the Study of Southwestern Archaeology. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1931, 1936, 1932, & 1924 respectively. 4to, green cloth. Includes all plate and foldout photographs. Some of the classic early works on Puebloan archaeology.

Provenance:  
Ex Libris, Dr. Kent D. Vickery


Condition:  
Very slight shelf wear, else EXC.
Est $300 - $400
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Watercolor Paintings of Katsinas,
Lot # 443 - Watercolor Paintings of Katsinas,
lot of 2. Anonymous, beautifully painted full-length portraits; 8" x 16", in black wood frames; 14" x 21". > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Club,
Lot # 282 - Sioux Beaded Club,
beautifully carved and polished limestone head with deep double annular grooves on either side of leather strap mount, with muslin covered wood handle, decorated with bead work, ca late 19th century, head is 5.5" long, total length 17". > Item Details
Mills' <i>Archeological Atlas of Ohio</i>,
Lot # 26 - Mills' Archeological Atlas of Ohio,
Mills, William C. Columbus: Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, F.J. Heer Printing Co., 1914. Oversized horizontal folio in illustrated red cloth boards, 8 pp. of text and 88 numbered maps. Limited edition of 500. > Item Details
Lot # 354 - "La Florida" Native American Engravings By DeBry,
lot of 18. All on laid paper, from watercolors by Le Moyne de Morgues, published in late 16th and 17th century. This lot includes 18 engravings, all but two showing Florida Native Americans, other 2 are of French fort. All approx. 6" x 7.5". > Item Details
Northwest Coast (?)  Wooden Effigy Club,
Lot # 738 - Northwest Coast (?) Wooden Effigy Club,
carved as a stylized bird with protruding eyes swallowing an object or animal. Staff has great dark patina from use, 13" high. > Item Details
Cheyenne Men's Beaded Hide Leggings,
Lot # 474 - Cheyenne Men's Beaded Hide Leggings,
have a narrow, beaded trim along lower leg edges and up the front sides. Colors include red, black, translucent, and green-gray. Legging back tied to front with leather thongs, each strung with a red, or mescal bean, Sophora secundiflora; 32" high. Native to the Sonoran desert of the American sou... > Item Details
Southern Teton Lakota  Beaded Knife Case,
Lot # 274 - Southern Teton Lakota Beaded Knife Case,
probably Hunkpapa, ca. 1890, sinew-sewn hide beaded in blue, greasy yellow, red with white hearts, and black with a white border; decorated in a simple geometric pattern, 5.5 x 2". > Item Details
Plateau Elk Bag,
Lot # 629 - Plateau Elk Bag,
ca 1910, is fully beaded on the front and depicts a pink elk standing in a forest with two green trees and one dark brown one. Turquoise and cobalt berry plants grow on a brown forest floor. Maker used blue corduroy to bind edges and back the bag. Lining is mattress ticking; leather handles, heig... > Item Details
Navajo Cooking Pots,
Lot # 154 - Navajo Cooking Pots,
lot 2, 20th century, simple gourd-shaped jars made with brown clay and sealed with pinon pitch. According to the consignor, this type of pot is used to cook stew as well as prepare medicinal herbs. Made by Mary Begay from Lukaichkai, New Mexico (near Shiprock); 8.25" high x 5" diameter, and 8" high ... > Item Details
Tesuque Rain God,
Lot # 134 - Tesuque Rain God,
ca 1916, figure coated in shimery tan slip, holding pot to collect rain; 6.25" high. Great detail on feet! > Item Details
Sioux Strike-a-Lite Case,
Lot # 565 - Sioux Strike-a-Lite Case,
is made of sinew-sewn leather beaded in blues, transparent green, metallic, red with white hearts, and greasy yellow against a white ground in triangular geometric shapes. Tin cone drops on closing flap and bottom; two long twisted hide drops on corners. With belt loop and closing ties, height 5.5... > Item Details
African Polychrome Carved Wood Mask,
Lot # 733 - African Polychrome Carved Wood Mask,
hand-carved from a single piece of softwood and polychrome painted in red and black on white ground. Four drilled holes at rear sides for mounting straps and open mouth for vision while wearing, height 23". Includes a custom-made mounting stand. > Item Details
Santa Clara Black Ware,
Lot # 102 - Santa Clara Black Ware,
lot of 3. Includes a small polished basket with central handle and fluted sides; 3.5" high x 4" diameter; PLUS small dish with carved image of a stylized mountain goat; 4.5" long x 5" high x 3.25" wide; AND a polished pitcher with a narrow neck, flat handle and fluted spout; 5.75" high x 4.5" diame... > Item Details
Five Books on Ohio Archaeology,
Lot # 29 - Five Books on Ohio Archaeology,
including scarce Moorehead, Warren King. Hematite Implements of the United States Andover (MA): Phillips Academy, Dept. of Archaeology, Bulletin VI, 1912. 8vo in printed paper wraps, 97 numbered pages including all plates, maps and fold outs. PLUS Wilson, Thomas. Arrowpoints, Spearpoints, and Knives... > Item Details
Navajo Regional Weaving,
Lot # 422 - Navajo Regional Weaving,
ca 1920-1930s, tightly handspun wool woven in muted naural colors of brown, black. Storm design in center surrounded by a border of squash blossoms and stepped fretwork; 87" long x 60" wide. > Item Details
Pueblo <i>Heshi</i> Necklaces,
Lot # 156 - Pueblo Heshi Necklaces,
Lot of 2. Includes one turquoise and heshi necklace with silver hook and eye clasp strung on cotton; 30" long; AND one with 3 strands of turquoise baroque discs and heshi strung on cotton; 30" long. > Item Details
Clarence B. Moore's  <i>Some Aboriginal Sites on Green River,</i>
Lot # 23 - Clarence B. Moore's Some Aboriginal Sites on Green River,
Kentucky. Certain Aboriginal Sites on Lower Ohio River. Additional Investigations on Mississippi River. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Second Series, Vol. XVI. Part 3, pages 431-511. Philadelphia, 1916. Small folio in original printed paper wraps, including all plates, ... > Item Details
Hopi Wicker Plaques,
Lot # 83 - Hopi Wicker Plaques,
lot of 2. Includes one geometric design in aniline dyed colors of sage, gold, black, and red, 9.5" diameter; AND another with a dark brown eagle spreading its wings around the plaque, 12" diameter. > Item Details
Southern Great Lakes Burl Bowl,
Lot # 671 - Southern Great Lakes Burl Bowl,
mid 19th century. Ash(?) bowl has thin walls, intense burl color, and an oval shape with deep, nearly straight sided walls. One end fitted with a fine, elliptical opening that is most likely a decorative device. Bowl is an early container with wonderful color and rich, polished patina. Length 16" x... > Item Details
Bureau of American Ethnology Annual Reports,
Lot # 10 - Bureau of American Ethnology Annual Reports,
lot of 6. All Washington (DC): G.P.O., small 4to, illustrated green cloth boards with gilt highlights except 46th, which is in illustrated paper wraps as issued. Includes the 9th Annual Report for 1887-88, publ. 1892, 617 pp. PLUS 11th Annual Report for 1889-90, publ. 1894, 553 pp. PLUS 18th Annual ... > Item Details
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