2/24/2020 - American Indian Art: Live Auctioneers Timed Auction

Past Auction

February 24, 2020 10:00 AM EST Cincinnati
Ends February 24, 2020

Overview

Part II of the Winter American Indian and Western Art: Timed Auctions has its focus on the Great Plains and Plateau, Great Lakes and Northeast, Northwest Coast, and Alaska. A selection of Pueblo pottery and Navajo Textiles is also included!  Featured collections include: James B. Scoville, Illinois

Robert B. Riley, Illinois
William Rose, Illinois
Stanley B. Slocum, Minnesota
Harriet and Seymour Koenig, New York
Karl G. Parchert, Michigan
Thomas Amble, Minnesota
Collected by General Herbert Everett Tutherly (1848-1921)
Deaccessioned from the Museum of the Fur Trade, Nebraska
Deaccessioned from the Hopewell Museum, New Jersey
Proceeds to benefit the Authentic Tribal Art Dealer's Association (ATADA)

Contact
Erin Rust
erin@cowans.com
513-871-1670 x239

Bidding Begins
Thursday, February 13, 2020 

Live Bidding Begins
Monday, February 24, 2020 at 12:00 pm ET 

 

PLEASE NOTE: Bidding for this auction will occur exclusively on LiveAuctioneers.com

Live Auctioneers Timed Format

Much like our Premier or Discovery Auctions, this type of auction follows a traditional auction model where live bidding occurs one lot at a time. When a lot opens, the computer will execute absentee bids then give 15 seconds to allow for live bidding, issuing a Fair Warning before closing the lot. Each time a live bid is submitted, an additional 8 seconds will be given for further bidding. Once the lot closes, live bidding on the next lot begins. Users should expect the auction to average more than 100 lots an hour.

Absentee bids will be accepted up until the auction begins (for Lots 1 - 10) or 10 lots before the desired lot opens (for Lots 11 on). Live Auctioneers will notify absentee bidders if they have been outbid prior to the start of live bidding.