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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Lot # 448 - "Esipermi - Comanche" Photogravure by Edward Curtis,
Plate 682 from The North American Indian, Folio XIX, 1930. 1927 copyright (Curtis), photogravure produced from copper plate by Suffolk Engraving Co., Cambridge, MA. Image size is 11.5" x 15.5" in brown ink on 18" x 22" hand-made paper. > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Hide Moccasins,
Lot # 583 - Sioux Beaded Hide Moccasins,
each with sinew-sewn beadwork in colors of red, green, cobalt, medium blue, and marcasites on a white background. Design consists of large crosses over a "U" on the vamps; small triangles along the soles, length 10.5". > 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 # 413 - Navajo Regional Weaving,
ca 1900-1920, tightly handspun wool woven in natural brown, gray, cream, and burnt orange against a dyed red ground. Black border with white diamonds and designed with bold, stepped, serrated diamonds, 92.5 x 55.5". > Item Details
Two Photographs of Maria with Pots by J.D. Walker,
Lot # 336 - Two Photographs of Maria with Pots by J.D. Walker,
silver print of this most famous of the San Ildefonso potters with her work, 12" x 15" & 12" x 16" both with mats, 18" x 21" & 18.25" x 22". > Item Details
Eastern Woodlands Loom Beaded Sash,
Lot # 688 - Eastern Woodlands Loom Beaded Sash,
made of white, green, blues, and reds woven into repeating geometric patterns. Red Germantown wool and brown warp threads braided into tassels, length 62" x width 4". > Item Details
Zuni Polychrome Bowl,
Lot # 386 - Zuni Polychrome Bowl,
red and black-on-white. Inside decorated with hatched cross, outside with geometric pattern, possibly rain birds. Black bottom, 3.5" high x 8.75" diameter. > Item Details
Sioux Triangular Beaded Hide Tobacco Bag,
Lot # 269 - Sioux Triangular Beaded Hide Tobacco Bag,
ca 1890, rare, with sinew-sewn beadwork in colors of cobalt, blue, red, white, green, greasy yellow, turquoise, translucent chartreuse, pink, and tan-orange in an overall pattern of stylized flowers and leaves. Wrapped beadwork edging in all the colors and with a tie near the neck and tassel at the ... > Item Details
Six Iroquois Whimsies,
Lot # 173 - Six Iroquois Whimsies,
includes three Victorian-style lady's boot shapes, One decorated with crossed American flags, twisted bead loop for hanging; 7.5" high x 6" wide; PLUS with flower and bird design, written "1909 From Niagara Falls"; 5.5" high x 7.5" wide; PLUS with floral design, "Old Fort Niagara"; 5" high x 3.5" wi... > Item Details
Hopi and Other Puebloan Ceramic Vessels,
Lot # 115 - Hopi and Other Puebloan Ceramic Vessels,
Includes a Hopi bowl with bird design on interior; 1.5" high x 5" diameter; PLUS Hopi bowl with faded geometric patterns; 2" high x 4.5" diameter; PLUS Hopi dish with bird(?) design; 1" high x 6" diameter; PLUS Hopi bowl with lizard on inside and geometric design on outside; AND polychrome Santa Ana... > Item Details
Santa Ildefonso Black-on-Black Bowl,
Lot # 119 - Santa Ildefonso Black-on-Black Bowl,
highly polished, with painted stepped design on shoulder, signed "Marie & Julian"; 5" high x 8.25" diameter. > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Hide Moccasins,
Lot # 246 - Sioux Beaded Hide Moccasins,
ca 1925, have aniline dyed red quillwork stripes on the vamps and with sinew-sewn beadwork in colors of medium blue, red, and white in a triangular design along the soles. Length 10.5". > Item Details
Two Plains Drums and Drumstick,
Lot # 324 - Two Plains Drums and Drumstick,
includes a round bentwood frame with rawhide skin cover, 15.5" diameter; PLUS a square drum with rawhide skin cover and red and black striped woven wool edging, made from old packing crate, handle is old cloth covered electric wire, 12" square; AND a rawhide-covered drum stick with wrapped woven woo... > Item Details
Four Books on Ohio Archaeology,
Lot # 28 - Four Books on Ohio Archaeology,
including Fowke, Gerard. Archaeological History of Ohio. Columbus: Fred J. Heer Press, 1901. 8vo in brown cloth boards, 760 pp, includes all maps, photos and plates; PLUS Fowke, G. Prehistoric Objects Classified and Described St. Louis: Missouri Historical Society Dept. of Archaeology Bulletin 1, 19... > Item Details
Zia Polychrome Jar,
Lot # 402 - Zia Polychrome Jar,
late 19th century, with mesmerizing, organic design, black wave-like band on shoulder mirrored on body by red and black floral pattern, on red clay body; 10.5" high x 12" diameter. > Item Details
Sioux Catlinite Pipe with Wooden Quilled and Feathered Stem,
Lot # 503 - Sioux Catlinite Pipe with Wooden Quilled and Feathered Stem,
traditional "T" tapered shaped bowl, 5" high x 9.25" long; stem has lower 2/3 decorated with horsehair, feathers, and dyed quills, 21.5" long; total length 30.5". Bowl shows considerable use > 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
Early Printed Dakota Indian Grammar,
Lot # 53 - Early Printed Dakota Indian Grammar,
Riggs, Rev. S.R. Dakota ABC Wowapi. New York: American Tract Society, n.d. but Seibert [1999:1054] indicates 1867(?). 16mo, stiff illustrated wraps, 32 pp. Paper appears to be later, possibly a 1890's reprint. > Item Details
Arapaho Muslin Doll with Beaded and Painted Hide Face,
Lot # 491 - Arapaho Muslin Doll with Beaded and Painted Hide Face,
20th century, wears a traditional dress decorated front and back with fringes, beads, green ochre, tin cones, and red wool trim at neck. Buffalo(?) hair ends in braids that are wrapped with pale pink twill ribbon and tied with a piece of abalone. Earrings are suspensions of long cream-colored bead... > Item Details
Wooden Death Figure,
Lot # 168 - Wooden Death Figure,
carved from a single piece of hardwood, possible cherry, face with slit eyes, creased lips, and penciled mustache, 17" high x 4" wide. > Item Details
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