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Bureau of American Ethnology Annual Reports,
2003 American Indian Arts. Sept. 12-13
lot of 4. All Washington (DC): G.P.O., small 4to in illustrated green cloth boards with gilt highlights. Includes 14th Annual Report, Part 2 for 1892-93, publ. 1896, pp. 645-1136. PLUS 27th Annual Report for 1905-06, publ. 1911, 672 pp. PLUS 36th Annua Report for 1914-15, publ. 1921, 604 pp. AND 39th Annual Report for 1917-18, publ. 1925, 636 pp. These four reports deal with Plains tribes plus topics such as the Menomini tribe, Coronado's expedition, Omaha tribe, and more.

Provenance:  
Ex Libris, Dr. Kent D. Vickery


Condition:  
All complete with all plates, maps, etc., 1st moderate shelf wear & light even toning, VG; 2nd light shelf wear & as above, VG+; 3rd moderate shelf wear and light damp stain on boards, toning, G+; 4th as 2nd VG+.
Est $300 - $400
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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
Plains Doll,
Lot # 277 - Plains Doll,
has a molded leather face with painted features and a knitted flesh-colored cloth body. Doll has thread hair with red yarn ties, leather dress and moccasins, loom beadwork belt and headband, and a necklace of black and clear beads, 13.5" high. > Item Details
Acoma Polychrome Jar,
Lot # 394 - Acoma Polychrome Jar,
orange and black on white slip with indented bottom, wonderful rain bird motif on body; 8.5" high x 10" diameter. > Item Details
Horn and Wood Rattle and  an Elk Antler Bone and Steel Hide Scraper,
Lot # 313 - Horn and Wood Rattle and an Elk Antler Bone and Steel Hide Scraper,
lot of two. Includes a rattle with hollowed cattle hoof, wood handle with wood plug, wire nail tacks and leather wrist strap. Probably Plains, ca mid 20th century. Length: 11.5". AND an elk antler flesher with wrought steel blade and new leather mounting wrap. Considerable polish from use, ca late 1... > Item Details
B.A.E. Bulletins, on American Archaeology,
Lot # 48 - B.A.E. Bulletins, on American Archaeology,
lot of 8, all 12mo in green cloth boards (except No. 129 in green paper wraps), G.P.O. Washington D.C., including the following nos. 37 (3), 66 (2), 76, 129, & 182. Titled, dates and authors in the above order include Antiquities of Central and Southeastern Missouri, 1910 by G. Fowke (with maps); P... > Item Details
Gathering of Hopi Pottery,
Lot # 113 - Gathering of Hopi Pottery,
lot of 4. Includes two unique "tumbler" shaped vessels with black painted bird design against beige slip, one with light amount of red highlighting; each 5" high x 2.25" diameter; PLUS bowl decorated with black triangular design and red rim, on beige slip; 5.5" high x 2" diameter; AND bowl with blac... > Item Details
Iroquois Staff,
Lot # 697 - Iroquois Staff,
made of knotted hardwood with separate curved handle. A black painted Broken Nose False Face mask, probably of basswood and with blond horsehair, is attached to the handle. Staff 50.5", mask is 2". > Item Details
Tintypes of American Indians,
Lot # 619 - Tintypes of American Indians,
lot of 7. Includes 3.4" x 5" plate showing two Pawnee in studio, each with multi-necklaces, and blanket over arm; PLUS a 1.75" x 3" of a Pawnee child, seated wearing shell choker, hide leggings, beaded garters, and cotton shirt. Tintype has rose tinting in face and blue on leggings; PLUS a cdv size... > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Hide Pouch,
Lot # 717 - Sioux Beaded Hide Pouch,
ca 1885, has a cotton throat and is decorated in dark and light blue, green, red "white hearts", and greasy yellow beads. Stylized plant on front, back with geometric cross, fringe all around, length 6" x width 4". > Item Details
Sioux Catlinite Pipe & Carved Wood Stem,
Lot # 508 - Sioux Catlinite Pipe & Carved Wood Stem,
bowl with three inlayed lead decorations, including an apple near stem, traditional Northern Plains "T" shape; 3.75" high x 7" long. Carved hardwood stem with relief deer heads at front and rear on top and lizard in center, pyro dots and bars, also on top, nice old patina; total length 25" with bow... > Item Details
Iroquois Beaded Bags and Whimsies,
Lot # 178 - Iroquois Beaded Bags and Whimsies,
lot of 6. Includes heart-shaped hanging with "1910" written in beads; 6" high x 5" wide; PLUS pouch with green strap and beading on both sides; 3.5" high x 3.5" wide; PLUS pouch with two false panels, lovely floral design; 5.5" high x 5.5" wide; PLUS small purse with fastening lid; 3.5" high x 4" w... > Item Details
Tlingit Beaded Pouch,
Lot # 687 - Tlingit Beaded Pouch,
ca 1890, is decorated with blue, white, red, greasy yellow, black, and orange seed beads on hide in a floral motif, two braded blue cotton straps. Note inside pouch, "Squaw pouch, Worn on clan belt, weeds of the forest, note T.L. Examin [sic] the small weed and note there the work of the great spir... > Item Details
Eskimo Doll,
Lot # 714 - Eskimo Doll,
ca 1900-1910, has leather face with painted details, five different types of fur used in clothing and fabric body, hanging tassels with blue glass beads, 17" high. > Item Details
Iroquois Split Ash Trunk,
Lot # 675 - Iroquois Split Ash Trunk,
ca early 20th century. Has a lid and is decorated with cut potato stamps in form of red hearts, length and width 12" x height 9". > Item Details
Iroquois Beaded Trinket Box,
Lot # 176 - Iroquois Beaded Trinket Box,
rectangular purse, heavily beaded on purple velveteen ground, with flip-top lid and crisscrossing beaded strap; 5" long x 4" high x 4" wide. > Item Details
Bureau of American Ethnology Annual Reports,
Lot # 13 - Bureau of American Ethnology Annual Reports,
lot of 2. Both Washington (DC): G.P.O., small 4to, illustrated green cloth boards with gilt highlights. Includes the 12th Annual Report for 1890-91, publ. 1894, 741 pp. AND 20th Annual Report for 1898-99, publ. 1908, 237 pp. These reports by Cyrus Thomas and W.H. Holmes deal with mounds & earthworks... > Item Details
Eastern Woodland Native American Baskets,
Lot # 197 - Eastern Woodland Native American Baskets,
lot of 3. Includes a split ash oval decorated with cut potato stamping; 3.5" high x diameter 11"; PLUS a corn husk two-handled vase-shaped basket with scalloped lip; 8" high; AND a 2nd corn husk basket, circular; 8" high x 11" diameter. > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Hide Men's Moccasins,
Lot # 255 - Sioux Beaded Hide Men's Moccasins,
ca 1895, each sinew-sewn with beaded decoration of cobalt triangles on the vamps and notched rectangle with two small greasy yellow rectangles on lower front of foot. Design is repeated near heel. White beads form the background. Sides, cuffs, and tongues have triangles, diamonds, and stripes in r... > Item Details
Crystal Style Navajo Weaving,
Lot # 425 - Crystal Style Navajo Weaving,
ca 1940, tightly handspun wool woven in earthtones of cream, brown, and a hint of aniline dyed red, against a gray ground. Central pattern of crosses with "triangular terraces" at corners, terraced zigzag border, original corner ties; 84" long x 45.5" 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
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