Lot 9    

Bureau of American Ethnology Annual Reports,
2003 American Indian Arts. Sept. 12-13
lot of 6. All Washington (DC): G.P.O., small 4to, illustrated green cloth boards with gilt highlights. Includes 4th Annual Report for 1882-83, publ. 1886, 532 pp. PLUS 13th Annual Report for 1891-92, publ. 1896, 462 pp. PLUS 16th Anual Report for 1894-95, publ 1897, 326 pp. PLUS 22nd Annual Report for 1900-01, Part 1, publ. 1904, 320 pp. PLUS 28th Annual Report for 1906-07, publ. 1912, 308 pp plus appendix of B.A.E. publications, 35 pp. AND 33rd Annual Report for 1911-12, publ. 1919, 677 pp. These six reports deal with many of the earliest archaeological excavations of the Cliff Dwellings and ancient Pueblos in the southwest with wonderful B&W & color plates of recovered material culture such as baskets, pottery and more, also sections on Native American ethnobotany, Hawaiian mythology, prehistoric textiles, Omaha dwellings, Peruvian Trephination, and Mallery's seminal work on picture writing.

Provenance:  
Ex Libris, Dr. Kent D. Vickery


Condition:  
All complete with all plates, maps, etc, 1st with moderate shelf wear & light even toning, VG; 2nd with private lib. blind stamp on title pg, else as above, VG; 3rd broken hinge & as 1st above, G+; 4th moderate shelf wear, light even toning, short margin tears to a very few pp, VG; 5th as 1st above, VG;
Est $300 - $400
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Plains Beaded Hide Doll,
Lot # 276 - Plains Beaded Hide Doll,
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Tusayan Rain God,
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Hubbell Trading Post Token,
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Sioux Polychrome Parfleche Envelope,
Lot # 551 - Sioux Polychrome Parfleche Envelope,
is painted in primary colors of red, blue, and yellow with accents of green and with geometrics outlined in black. Edges are bound in old blue wool that is laced onto bag with sinew. Flap consists of two triangles; each ties with a leather thong. Handle or hanging strap also of leather, length 10.... > Item Details
Navajo Regional Weaving,
Lot # 138 - Navajo Regional Weaving,
ca 1940s, handspun wool woven in brown, indigo, and aniline dyed red against a natural cream ground. Two red stripes outlined in indigo band the top and bottom of the rug, center designed with diamond pattern, original corner ties; 62" long x 50" wide. > 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
Sioux Beaded Hide Moccasins,
Lot # 584 - Sioux Beaded Hide Moccasins,
with sinew-sewn beadwork in colors of green, dark red, blue, black, and greasy yellow on a white ground. Vamps have large triangles pointed toward the toes and borders along soles are filled with parallelograms, length 11". > 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
Pair of Seminole Dolls,
Lot # 162 - Pair of Seminole Dolls,
ca 1920, represent a man and a woman in traditional Seminole patchwork cotton clothing. Dolls are constructed of palm fiber and have embroidered features, each 19" high. > Item Details
Beaded Bands,
Lot # 307 - Beaded Bands,
lot of 2. Includes one Ojibwa flap for a bandolier bag, ca 1885, with thread-sewn beadwork in colors of pink, red, and dark red with white, crystal, blue, and medium green in a curvilinear floral design on black wool. Striped calico backs the strip that is bound with a blue silk ribbon, 11" long. ... > Item Details
Hopi Polychrome Canteen,
Lot # 404 - Hopi Polychrome Canteen,
ca 1900, black and red-on-tan with katsina image on face. Canteen has one side flat for resting, two stirrup handles and narrow neck with opening at top; (from resting position) 4.75" high x 5.5" diameter. > Item Details
<i>Indian Villages of the Illinois Country</i>.
Lot # 24 - Indian Villages of the Illinois Country.
Tucker, Sara J. Springfield: Scientific Papers, Illinois State Museum, 1942, Vol. II, Part I. Atlas, large folio in original printed folder, unbound as issued with all text pages and maps. A very rare collection of maps. > Item Details
Beaded Headbands,
Lot # 719 - Beaded Headbands,
lot of 3. Iincludes oe with a rose design and pink ribbon on ends, length 20.25". PLUS another with stylized orange flowers and thread tassels on ends, length 22". AND a third band woven with stylized flowers and sewn to strip of canvas, large central flower sewn to center of band made of cut and dy... > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Hide Men's Moccasins,
Lot # 581 - Sioux Beaded Hide Men's Moccasins,
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Mesquakie or Fox Bullrush Mat,
Lot # 680 - Mesquakie or Fox Bullrush Mat,
ca 1890, has interlocking diamond pattern in green on natural ground, length 105" x width 55". > 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
Crow Dolls of Rider and Horses,
Lot # 489 - Crow Dolls of Rider and Horses,
lot of 3. Includes rider, horse and packhorse. Warrior has typical Crow top knot hairstyle and beaded leather leggings, rawhide shield, feathered cape and dance bustle all on leather body with embroidered facial features and buffalo hair. His mount is a white pony with leather saddle and bridle, ... > Item Details
Apache
Lot # 438 - Apache "Violin",
ca 1880, constructed of a hollow wood cylinder with closed ends; cylinder is split lengthwise. Artifact has an incised diamond pattern on one surface; holes outline the interior of the diamonds and are also grouped on one end to form a rectangle. On the reverse the maker has incised triangles, hou... > Item Details
Two Pairs of Hide Moccasins,
Lot # 186 - Two Pairs of Hide Moccasins,
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Plains Cree Women's Beaded Fabric Leggings,
Lot # 480 - Plains Cree Women's Beaded Fabric Leggings,
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