Lot 7    

Bureau of American Ethnology Annual Reports,
2003 American Indian Arts. Sept. 12-13
lot of 4. including 2nd, 15th, 21st & 47th Annual Reports. All Washington (DC): G.P.O., small 4to. Includes 2nd Annual Report for 1880-81, publ. 1882, illustrated green cloth boards with gilt, 477 pp. PLUS 15th Annual Report for 1883-94, publ. 1897, illustrated green cloth boards with gilt, 366 pp. PLUS 21st Annual Report for 1899-1900, publ. 1903, half morocco with black cloth boards, 360 pp. AND 47th Annual Report for 1923-30, publ. 1932, in illustrated heavy paper wraps as issued, 1108 pp. These four reports deal with Zuni Fetishes, Tusayan, Hopi, Zuni Katchinas, plus other topics such as Hopewell effigy pipes, Adena stone tables, Navajo silversmiths, Zuni pottery, Wampum, shell art, Siouan tribes, Iroquoian Cosmology, Zuni Ceremonialism, Acoma and more. Filled with wonderful illustrations including many color plates of pottery, fetishes and katchinas.

Provenance:  
Ex Libris, Dr. Kent D. Vickery


Condition:  
1st & 2nd moderate shelf wear, bent cormers, light even toning, complete, VG+; 3rd light shelf wear and light even toning, VG+; 4th bent corners & light shelf wear and light even toning, VG+.
Est $200 - $300
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J.D.  Mackin, Western Oil Painting,
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Washo(?) Coiled Basket,
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Northeastern Plains Beaded Hide Moccasins,
Lot # 253 - Northeastern Plains Beaded Hide Moccasins,
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Western Apache Olla,
Lot # 358 - Western Apache Olla,
late 19th early 20th centuries. A fine woven willow storage jar with devil’s claw designs consisting of 18 human figures, 9 dogs, and numerous diamonds rising vertically on the walls of the olla. Rim is wrapped with devil's claw; 11" high x 10" diameter. > Item Details
Plateau Bag with Butterfly Motif,
Lot # 623 - Plateau Bag with Butterfly Motif,
is twined of cotton string with 12 aniline dyed cornhusk butterflies. Bag has leather binding and muslin lining; string handle attached with leather straps, height 12". > Item Details
Edward Curtis Northwest Coast Photogravures,
Lot # 456 - Edward Curtis Northwest Coast Photogravures,
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Chippewa Beaded  Bandolier Bag,
Lot # 653 - Chippewa Beaded Bandolier Bag,
is elegantly beaded with floral design in colors of blues, greens, amber, mauve, and pearl opalescence on black velveteen. Pouch and straps are fully beaded and have zigzag border on main panel and pink beaded fringe with green cotton tassels at bottom, 39 x 13.5". > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Hide Cuffs,
Lot # 529 - Sioux Beaded Hide Cuffs,
with thread-sewn beadwork in colors of red-orange, cobalt, translucent chartreuse, and greasy yellow on a clear bead background. Designs consist of two large diamonds and stylized crosses terminating in rectangles that divide into "Y"s. Small crosses, black Victorian beaded braid, several large me... > Item Details
Sarcee or Blackfeet Beaded Hide Moccasins,
Lot # 259 - Sarcee or Blackfeet Beaded Hide Moccasins,
ca 1890, each has sinew-sewn beadwork with a simple design of cobalt, red "white-hearts", and greasy yellow diamonds on a white background. Small triangles in same colors decorate the soles, 11" long. > Item Details
Pima Basket,
Lot # 372 - Pima Basket,
finely woven willow bowl with devil's claw designs of large and small stepped rectangles placed on a line and radiating out from center of basket, and with a braided rim; 3" high x 12" diameter. > Item Details
WPA Era Watercolor of Acoma Pottery Designs,
Lot # 348 - WPA Era Watercolor of Acoma Pottery Designs,
depicts three bands of Acoma geometric pottery similar to those published by Kenneth Chapman for the Indian Arts Fund in Santa Fe around the same time, framed 28.5" long x 21.5" high. > Item Details
Smithsonian Annual Reports Plus,
Lot # 57 - Smithsonian Annual Reports Plus,
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Sioux Stone War Club with Beaded Handle,
Lot # 545 - Sioux Stone War Club with Beaded Handle,
ca. late 19th century, has finely carved limestone bi-pointed head with double raised annular rings near each end, leather wrapped wood handle and top strap are completely covered with bands of polychrome beadwork, total length 18". > Item Details
Santo Domingo Jar,
Lot # 399 - Santo Domingo Jar,
ca 1930, black and red on cream, with indented base. Decorated with bold designs of flowers and birds, black lip, internal rim painted red; 6" high x 5.5" diameter. > 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
Eastern Woodlands Beaded Sash,
Lot # 689 - Eastern Woodlands Beaded Sash,
probably Ojibwa, is beaded in green, reds, and blues against a greasy yellow ground, and is designed with seven outlined multicolored maple leaves and a green wool border. Three hook clasps on back, length 40" x width 5". > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Hide Traveling Bag,
Lot # 592 - Sioux Beaded Hide Traveling Bag,
ca 1895, elaborately decorated on four sides with sinew-sewn beadwork in colors of medium blue, translucent pale green, red, cobalt, greasy yellow, and marcasites. Overall geometric design consists of outlined diamonds and triangles; central motif on one side is a cross with split ends and other si... > Item Details
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