Lot 17    

Bureau of American Ethnology Annual Reports,
2003 American Indian Arts. Sept. 12-13
lot of 7. All Washington (DC): G.P.O., small 4to in illustrated green cloth boards with gilt highlights. Includes 2nd Annual Report for 1880-81, publ 1883, 477 pp. PLUS 3rd Annual Report for 1881-82, publ. 1884, 606 pp. PLUS 17th Annual Report for 1895-96, Parts 1 and 2, both publ. 1898, 468 pp. and pp. 469-752. PLUS 22nd Annual Report for 1900-1901, Parts 1 and 2, both publ. 1904, 320 and 372 pp. AND 44th Annual Report for 1926-27, publ 1928, 555 pp. These seven reports deal with Great Lakes tribal area plus other topics.

Provenance:  
Ex Libris, Dr. Kent D. Vickery


Condition:  
All complete with all plates, maps etc. 1st with heavy shelf wear, cracked hinges, & light even toning, VG-; 2nd with cracked rear hinge, moderate shelf wear & light even toning, VG; 3rd with moderate shelf wear, else as 1st above; 4th-7th moderate shelf wear and light even toning, VG.
Est $300 - $400
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L.H. Reedy Indian Wars Watercolor,
Lot # 606 - L.H. Reedy Indian Wars Watercolor,
(1878-1952), length 11" x width 8", mat and frame, length 18" x width 15". Signed lower left Leonard H. Reedy. Watercolor depicts two mounted cavalrymen of the 6th, one holding U.S. flag, while other holds unit guidon. They have stopped on the prairie and are awaiting the arrival of three mounted pl... > Item Details
Santo Domingo Polychrome Jar,
Lot # 396 - Santo Domingo Polychrome Jar,
black and red-on-white, of monumental size, globular flat-bottomed vessel with floral and zigzag designs on body and geometric devices on shoulder; 14.5" high x 19.5" diameter. A tour-de-force of the potter's art. > Item Details
Chippewa Storage Bag,
Lot # 678 - Chippewa Storage Bag,
ca mid to late 19th century. Wools are twill woven into red, white and blue geometric banded pattern, length 20" x width 17". > Item Details
B.A.E. Bulletins, on Central & South America,
Lot # 47 - B.A.E. Bulletins, on Central & South America,
lot of 7, all 12mo in green cloth boards, G.P.O. Washington D.C., including the following nos. 23, 44, 52, 57 (2), 64, & 72. Titled, dates and authors in the above order include Mexican and Central American Antiquities, Calendar Systems, and History, 1904 by E. Seller et al; PLUS Indian Languages o... > 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
Silver Print Photograph of Nampeyo the Potter,
Lot # 337 - Silver Print Photograph of Nampeyo the Potter,
lot of 2. Includes one 8x10 image of Nampeyo, label states: "Nampeyo Shapes and Smoothes the Bowl. Nampeyo is the most famous of Hopi potters. Her pottery is decorated by her artist husband, Leus" AND an 8x10 image "Hopi Village Street showing burros, pigs and a chicken. The Hopi man is just rea... > Item Details
Blackfeet/Assiniboin Beaded Fabric Cuffs,
Lot # 528 - Blackfeet/Assiniboin Beaded Fabric Cuffs,
have thread-sewn beadwork in oversized diamonds and triangles in colors of cobalt, orange, and maroon on a white ground. Cuffs are bound in a maroon fabric and close with metal hooks and eyes; 10" high. > Item Details
Seminole Doll, Female,
Lot # 163 - Seminole Doll, Female,
ca 1950, wears traditional Seminole bright colored cotton patchwork clothing and bead necklace. Doll is constructed of palm fiber and has embroidered features, 10.5" high. > Item Details
Plains Heart-Cutout Tomahawk Pipe,
Lot # 536 - Plains Heart-Cutout Tomahawk Pipe,
ca. 1860-1870, has iron blade, with ash haft that has a recessed strip carved along underside; 22.5" long. > Item Details
Navajo Regional Weaving,
Lot # 422 - Navajo Regional Weaving,
ca 1920-1930s, tightly handspun wool woven in muted naural colors of brown, black. Storm design in center surrounded by a border of squash blossoms and stepped fretwork; 87" long x 60" wide. > Item Details
Yakima Pictorial Beaded Hide Pouch,
Lot # 707 - Yakima Pictorial Beaded Hide Pouch,
has a 1" leather boxing that gives fullness to the bag that has a whimsical yellow horse standing beside a floral spray of orange and red beads -- all on a blue ground. Reverse of bag has a large floral spray in translucent colors of yellow, cobalt, orange, red, and green on a clear translucent gro... > 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
Photograph of Pueblo People by Ben Wittick,
Lot # 458 - Photograph of Pueblo People by Ben Wittick,
early silver print, unsigned or titled, studio group portrait of five Pueblo people, three men and two women; 7.5" x 9.5". > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Hide Moccasins,
Lot # 242 - Sioux Beaded Hide Moccasins,
ca 1915, each has sinew-sewn beadwork in colors of red, cobalt, and green plus brass beads. Design on vamps consists of a large cross on a white ground; small beaded tabs hang from either side of the main motif, 10" long. > Item Details
Half Stereoview Card of
Lot # 344 - Half Stereoview Card of "Sioux Chiefs",
albumen studio photograph of three Northern Plains Sioux in traditional dress seated on a fallen log with painted canvas backdrop, titled along bottom margin as above, with imprint of J.H. Hamilton, Sioux City, Iowa. > Item Details
Southwestern Miniature Ceramics,
Lot # 117 - Southwestern Miniature Ceramics,
lot of 4. Includes Isleta polychrome basket with braided handle; 5.25" high x 4" diameter; PLUS Laguna polychrome basket with braided handle and bird head rim riders. "Laguna, NM" written on bottom; 4.5" high x 3.75" diameter; PLUS red Santa Clara or Maricopa(?) jar with black interlocking coil desi... > Item Details
Sioux Beaded Hide Moccasins,
Lot # 249 - Sioux Beaded Hide Moccasins,
ca 1895, probably Oglala, each has sinew-sewn beadwork in colors of green, blue, yellow, and red "white-hearts". Design on the vamps consists of a checked pattern; a white lane with triangles outlines the soles, 10" long. > Item Details
Northwest Coast Beaded Wall Pocket,
Lot # 63 - Northwest Coast Beaded Wall Pocket,
constructed of sealskin and red wool with a small blue gingham interior. Beadwork in abstract flower and leaf motifs in colors of cobalt, green, white, translucent, yellow, and medium blue. Entire pouch bound in black fabric and edged in white beads, 12.5" high x 8.5" wide. > Item Details
Lot # 452 - "A Medicine Head-Dress - Blackfoot" Photogravure by E.S. Curtis,
Plate 638 from The North American Indian, Folio XVIII, 1928. 1926 copyright (Curtis), photogravure produced from copper plate by Suffolk Engraving Co., Cambridge, MA. Image size is 11.5" x 15" in brown ink on 13" x 17" rice tissue sheet, mounted on paper with 18" x 22" mat of hand-made paper. > 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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