Lot 20    

The Stone Age In North America,
2003 American Indian Arts. Sept. 12-13
Moorehead, Warren K. Boston & N.Y.: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1910, two volume set. 8vo in original green cloth boards with gilt lettering, 457 & 417 pp, includes all color and B&W plates. A rare set of books by one of America's most important early archaeologists.

Provenance:  
Ex Libris, Dr. Kent D. Vickery


Condition:  
Corners bent, spine worn slightly at margins, even toning, front hinge of Vol. 2 cracked, still VG.
Est $200 - $300
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Classic  Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletins,
Lot # 45 - Classic Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletins,
lot of 3. Includes the classic: Swanton, John R. The Indians of the Southeastern United States. Washington (DC): G.P.O., 1946. 8vo, rebound in green cloth boards, with original printed paper wraps, 943 pp with all plates. PLUS Hodge, Frederick W. Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico. Washing... > Item Details
Pair of Painted Iroquois Canoe Paddles,
Lot # 191 - Pair of Painted Iroquois Canoe Paddles,
made of two piece hardwood, red and white painted blade, unpainted shaft; each 65.5" long. > Item Details
Puebloan Drum,
Lot # 437 - Puebloan Drum,
made of wood with leather covering laced to drum. Openings between lacings are painted blue and pale terra cotta; drum has a leather handle. Tag states that drum was purchased near Albuquerque, N.M. in 1919; approximately 9.5" diameter. > Item Details
Plains Catlinite Pipe
Lot # 290 - Plains Catlinite Pipe
"L" shaped with hexagonal stem and round bowl, 2.25" high x 5.5" long, bowl shows moderate use. > Item Details
Oil on Canvas in the Manner of Couse,
Lot # 442 - Oil on Canvas in the Manner of Couse,
unsigned portrait of a young male Native American inside a Pueblo building cooking in hearth with polychrome storage vessels and a corn-filled basket; 48" x 33.5" in modern frame, 54.5" x 39.5". > Item Details
Apache Basketry Tray,
Lot # 82 - Apache Basketry Tray,
is coiled of yucca with a rod foundation and has an all-over floral or star design, 5" high x 19" diameter. > Item Details
Navajo Regional Weaving,
Lot # 415 - Navajo Regional Weaving,
ca 1920, tightly handspun wool woven in classic colors of dark brown, speckled gray, and cream with aniline dyed red, in a dazzling pattern of stacked triangles; 89" long x 56.5" wide. > Item Details
Iroquois Whimsies,
Lot # 174 - Iroquois Whimsies,
lot of 5, all in colors of pearl opalescence, green, red, blue, gray, and amber colored beads. Includes, two spade-shaped wall hangings, first heavily beaded, designed with flower on velveteen, tassels on bottom, braded bead loop for hanging; 6" high x 6" wide; PLUS with bird on branch, tassels on b... > Item Details
Blackfeet Rawhide Rattle,
Lot # 318 - Blackfeet Rawhide Rattle,
over a wooden stick is hand- stitched and has small stones(?) inside, 10" long. > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Comanches,
Lot # 618 - Cabinet Card of Comanches,
early silver print cabinet card with imprint of "Irwin Mankins, Chickasha and Duncan, I.T." Wonderful active image of two women skinning a longhorn steer on the prairie. A large group of men and women who are both on foot and horseback watch. The women are being helped (ok, not) by two dogs. Penc... > Item Details
Navajo Saddle Blanket,
Lot # 432 - Navajo Saddle Blanket,
ca 1940s, handspun wool woven in natural colors of browns, cream, speckled gray, and aniline dyed red, with a bold central storm pattern, three of four corner ties; 47" long x 33" 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
Nez Perce Beaded Boy's Cuffs,
Lot # 622 - Nez Perce Beaded Boy's Cuffs,
have a leaf motif in colors of orange, tan-orange, and white with cobalt accents on a medium blue ground. Cuffs are lined in mattress ticking and tie with beaded lather thongs, length 9.5" x height 4.25". > Item Details
Navajo Red and Brown Regional Weaving,
Lot # 147 - Navajo Red and Brown Regional Weaving,
ca 1900-1920, handspun wool woven in natural browns against aniline dyed red ground, central design of four connected serrated diamonds; 73" long x 41" wide. > Item Details
Acoma Polychrome Stirrup Pitcher,
Lot # 99 - Acoma Polychrome Stirrup Pitcher,
ca 1920, black and red on white, with indented base. Pitcher is covered with rain bird designs, one "spout" has been made into the head of a bird, handle painted red with two grooves; 7.5" high x 6" diameter. > Item Details
Acoma and Isleta Ceramics,
Lot # 93 - Acoma and Isleta Ceramics,
lot of 2. First, black on white Acoma vessel with simple geometric design, restricted opening, two strap handles; 4" high x 7" diameter. Second, Isleta black and red on white bowl, band of hatched geometric patterns on top, lower half has an organic design, inside painted red; 4.5" high x 8.25" diam... > Item Details
Sioux Muslin Doll with Painted and Beaded Hide Face,
Lot # 490 - Sioux Muslin Doll with Painted and Beaded Hide Face,
20th century, wears a traditional leather dress with fringes and sinew-sewn fully beaded yoke in colors of medium blue, greasy yellow, red, and medium green. Buffalo(?) hair ends in braids that are tied with leather. Earrings are red "white-hearts" with a cowrie shell on each. Belt is leather wit... > Item Details
Santa Clara Red Ware Wedding Vessel,
Lot # 106 - Santa Clara Red Ware Wedding Vessel,
collected in 1916. Stone polished, polychrome footed vessel with squat bulbous body and two fluted spouts. Underside of vessel with brown slip, top portion red; 12" high x 9.5" diameter. > Item Details
Mills' <i>Archeological Atlas of Ohio</i>,
Lot # 25 - 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
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
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