Lot 18    

Banner-Stones of the North American Indian,
2003 American Indian Arts. Sept. 12-13
signed by the author. Knoblock, Bryon W. Quincy (IL): published by author, 1965. 4to in green cloth with embossed gilt cover, third binding, 596 pp. Includes all plates, maps, etc. The "Bible" of American Indian banner stones, a classic in North American Archaeology.

Provenance:  
Ex Libris, Dr. Kent D. Vickery


Condition:  
Slight fading of spine and slight shelf wear, VG+.
Est $600 - $1000
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Sioux Beaded Hide Men's Moccasins,
Lot # 588 - Sioux Beaded Hide Men's Moccasins,
ca 1880, each has sinew-sewn beadwork in colors of medium blue, cobalt, red "white-hearts," and green on a white background. Designs on vamps consist of a large rounded triangle filled with small stepped checks. Motifs along soles include triangles with crosses and rectangles with windows. Tongues... > Item Details
Sioux Cross and
Lot # 573 - Sioux Cross and "Tipi" Motif Beaded Strip,
hide, sinew-sewn in colors of dark blue, amber, and translucent red seed beads against a white ground, length 30.5" x width 2.75". Top in photograph (bottom: lot 322). > Item Details
Chippewa Beaded Bandolier Bag,
Lot # 657 - Chippewa Beaded Bandolier Bag,
is beaded in colors of green, pink, orange, and blues against a white ground and black velveteen. Beaded straps are woven with complicated geometric pattern, pouch with symmetrical floral design and white zigzag border. Blue beaded fringe has red and yellow yarn tassels at bottom, 41" x 13.75". > Item Details
Navajo Regional Weaving,
Lot # 427 - Navajo Regional Weaving,
Chinle area, ca 1950s, handspun wool woven in natural gray, brown, black, and aniline dyed red against a natural cream ground. Banded with multicolored "railroad tracks" and interlocking zigzags, original corner ties; 65" long x 48" wide. > Item Details
Pima/ Tohono O'odham Basket,
Lot # 375 - Pima/ Tohono O'odham Basket,
is finely woven of willow and has 5 devil’s claw "hourglasses" bordered by triangles; each figure is separated by 2 rows of triangles. Basket has a wrapped rim and is of generous size; 6" high x 13.5" diameter. > Item Details
Sioux Women's Beaded Hide Skirt,
Lot # 485 - Sioux Women's Beaded Hide Skirt,
has full A-line shape with hand-stitched seams and added fringe. Beaded strips have a white ground with cobalt triangles--each with a window of green, red, and a center of greasy yellow. Red crosses, that end in cobalt triangles, separate triangles. Skirt can be adjusted for size and closes with ... > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Hide Men's Moccasins,
Lot # 578 - Sioux Beaded Hide Men's Moccasins,
ca 1900 have sinew-sewn(?) beadwork in colors of cobalt, green, and red on white background in bold geometric design of triangles and diamonds on the vamp and along the soles. Cuffs are bound in red wool and back of heel and front tabs have beaded tassels, length 11". > Item Details
Quinault Lidded Basket,
Lot # 706 - Quinault Lidded Basket,
is twined with a pleasing design of open stitches over thin, narrow slats. Design repeats on lid and has concentric openwork pattern with a checked motif in center; weaving is complex. Catalogue card reads: "Quinauldt, Hoquiam, Wash. Feb. 1921." Height 4.5" x diameter 6.5". > Item Details
B.A.E. Bulletins on American Southwest,
Lot # 46 - B.A.E. Bulletins on American Southwest,
lot of 12, all 12mo in green cloth boards includes Nos. 34, 41, 51 (2), 54, 55, 65, 70 (2), 81, 82, & 184. Titles dates & authors include in the above order: Physiological and Medical Observations Among the Indians of Southwestern United States and Northern Mexico, 1908 by Ales Hrdlicka; PLUS Antiq... > Item Details
Sioux Quilled and Beaded Hide Women's Moccasins,
Lot # 257 - Sioux Quilled and Beaded Hide Women's Moccasins,
ca 1890, with fine porcupine quillwork in colors of aniline dyed red and green forming narrow stripes tipped with green on the vamps and with sinew-sewn beadwork in a design of triangles broken by a narrow stripe along the soles in colors of red, green, and cobalt on a white background. Moccasins h... > Item Details
Acoma Vessels,
Lot # 91 - Acoma Vessels,
lot of 2. Includes vessel of classic color scheme and shape, designed with stylized floral and geometric patterns, neck with saw-tooth pattern, black lip, "Acoma, NM" painted on bottom; 5.5" high x 6.75" diameter; AND a stirrup-handled vessel with image of a double-headed bird on sone side and geome... > Item Details
Santo Domingo Polychrome Jar,
Lot # 396 - Santo Domingo Polychrome Jar,
black and red-on-white, of monumental size, globular flat-bottomed vessel with floral and zigzag designs on body and geometric devices on shoulder; 14.5" high x 19.5" diameter. A tour-de-force of the potter's art. > Item Details
Colorful Iroquois Purses & Beadwork,
Lot # 182 - Colorful Iroquois Purses & Beadwork,
lot of 8. Includes bag with outside flaps, with floral motif on black velveteen; 6.5" high x 6" wide; PLUS bag with outside flaps with floral design; 6" high x 6" wide; PLUS red pouch with multi-colored floral design on felt and velveteen border; 3.5" high x 4" wide; PLUS flower-shaped pin cushion w... > Item Details
Tin Tinkler Grass Dance Necklace,
Lot # 723 - Tin Tinkler Grass Dance Necklace,
has a woven tan, cotton, twill tape from which hang 89 tin cones, each strung on calico or cotton. These fabric ties are hand-stitched and sandwiched between the edges of the tape; calico has been pieced to the ends of the tape and forms the back of the necklace, length 40". > Item Details
Navajo and Mexican  Weavings,
Lot # 145 - Navajo and Mexican Weavings,
lot of 2, one of tightly handspun wool woven in natural colors of brown, tan, cream, and aniline dyed red with storm design; 40" long x 28" wide. AND a soft, tightly woven commercial wool in red, black, cream, and gray blue, banded design with cotton ties on edges; 42.5" long x 26" wide. > Item Details
Navajo Regional Weaving,
Lot # 146 - Navajo Regional Weaving,
ca 1910, tightly handspun wool woven in indigo, vegetal yellow, and aniline dyed red against a natural cream ground. Designed with three large red lightning bolts, alternating indigo and yellow stripes inside; 72" long x 52" wide. > Item Details
Navajo Painted Deer Hide,
Lot # 436 - Navajo Painted Deer Hide,
represents a sandpainting depicting male and female Yei figures standing on a whirling log that is bisected by a corn plant and an Indian paint brush(?)plant. Other Yei figures surround the central motif and a rainbow Yei encloses the entire design. Other symbols such as an arrows and a sun(?) comp... > Item Details
Edward Curtis Photogravures,
Lot # 445 - Edward Curtis Photogravures,
lot of 4. From The North American Indian, Folio XIX, 1930. Includes "Cheyenne Sun-Dance Lodge" (Plate 660), "Woisth - Cheyenne Woman" (Plate 669), "John Quapaw (Hunka Wakunta) - Quapaw" (Plate 681) and "A Comanche Mother" (Plate 685). All with 1927 copyright (Curtis), photogravures produced from cop... > Item Details
Santa Clara Polychrome Jar,
Lot # 105 - Santa Clara Polychrome Jar,
with Avanyu entwined around middle, polished bottom third, signed, "Lela/Van Santa Clara," 6.5" high x 6" diameter. > Item Details
Three Woven Hopi Sashes,
Lot # 406 - Three Woven Hopi Sashes,
ca 1900. Woven in Germantown wools of green, black, white, and blue against a red ground. All with brocaded center band, inverse design on opposite; first 99" long x 4" wide, second 78" long x 4" wide, third 50" long x 2.5" high. > Item Details
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