January New Year Western, Native American Auction
Listing ID#: 465213

Sale Location

Bozeman, MT 59715
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Saturday Jan 15, 2022 Completed
Sale Type
   Live with Online Auction  VIEW ONLINE CATALOG
Company Information
North American Auction Company

Contact: Mark Markovich
Phone: 800-686-4216
Email: mark@northamericanauctioncompany.com
Website: www.northamericanauctioncompany.com

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North American Auction Company, Terms and Conditions A. Conditions of Sale 1. This terms and conditions is a legal binding agreement between the bidder and North American Auction Company (hereinafter North American Auction Company will be referred to as Auction Co. and the user or persons will be referred to as bidder or buyer). 2. Bidders must be at least 18 years of age to participate or register in the auction. 3. Any bidders participating or registering for the auction agree to be bound by and accepts these Terms and Conditions. All bidders must meet the Auction Co. qualifications to bid. Any Bidder who is not in good standing with the Auction Co. may be disqualified or declined, with such determination made by the Auction Co. in its sole and unlimited discretion, at any time prior to, during, or even after the close of the auction. According to U.C.C. § 2-328 (3). Sale by Auction " U.C.C. § 2-328 (3). Sale by Auction: Such a sale is with reserve unless the goods are in explicit terms put up without reserve. In an auction with reserve the auctioneer may withdraw the goods at any time until he announces completion of the sale All items in this sale are offered subject to reserve according to the above statement. Auction Co. holds the rights to pass, sell, or hold the sale subject to seller confirmation on any and all items in this auction. 5. All property is sold AS IS where is with all faults, and neither the Auction Co. nor any consignor makes any warranties, representations, or guarantees either expressed or implied with respect to the property, and in no event, shall they be responsible for the correctness, nor deemed to have made any representation or warranty, of description, genuineness, authorship, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, or condition of the property and no statement made at the sale, or in the bill of sale, or invoice or elsewhere shall be deemed such a warranty of representation or as an assumption of liability. Details in the catalog are opinion and are written as an aid to potential bidders. Auction Co. acknowledges that there may be errors in what is listed in the catalog. Auction Co. strongly recommends that the Bidder has an acknowledged expert view the item. All bidders are required to physically or visually either in person, virtually, or by proxy inspect the items during the inspection and preview period for correctness, description, genuineness, authorship, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, and condition. The bidder will then rely entirely on their own inspection for any and all bids or opinions given without holding the Auction Co. liable for any and all statements made. All sales are final. There will be no refunds, no exchanges, and no partial refunds of any kind. 6. Auction Co. shall determine the highest bidder as the purchaser. In the case of a disputed bid, the Auction Co. shall have sole discretion in determining the purchaser from any of the bids left whether they be the highest bidder or not and may also, at the Auction Co. election, withdraw the lot or reoffer the lot for sale. The Auction Co. shall have sole discretion to refuse any bid, or refuse to acknowledge 2 | P a g e any bidder. The Auction Co. also holds the right to terminate the purchase for any 37 reason, even in the 38 event the bidder was given notice that he/she is the high bidder and purchaser, the bidder agrees that the Auction Co. may terminate the purchase or agreement, in which case the Auction Co.'s only liability shall be the return of the highest bid amount the buyer paid with exception to any and all extra cost including but not limited to buyer's premium and shipping. 7. Consent to Suit in Montana: In the event of legal proceedings arising from this contract or from the auction in connection therewith, the Buyer consents to being subject to the personal jurisdiction of the courts of the State of Montana. A Buyer also agrees and gives consent that venue shall be in Gallatin County, Montana and that the laws of the State of Montana shall govern this Agreement and the parties' transaction hereunder. 8. The Buyer expressly agrees to indemnify and hold the Auction Co., consignors and their assigns harmless from an against all claims, losses, expenses, damages or liability, (including but not limited to attorney's fees), directly or indirectly caused by or resulting from Buyers negligent acts or omissions or breech of this agreement, except for damages caused by or resulting from the Auction Co.'s sole negligence. 9. Item Removal: All merchandise purchased must be paid for and removed from the premises the day of the auction. Buyers who cannot for any reason be present on the day of the event are required to make prior arrangements with the auction company before bidding for time and date for removal of items suitable with the auction company. All merchandise purchased must be removed without damaging any property or altering any property in any way. All cost, responsibility of risk of such removal shall be subject to the Buyer or any persons on the Buyers behalf. The Buyer does not hold the Auction Co. liable for any damages or alternations made to the property after or during the announced removal period. If for any reason the Buyer fails to remove any of the merchandise purchased within the time specified, the Auction Co. shall have the right, in its sole discretion, to resell, discard, or remove and store said property at the Buyers sole risk and expense. Auction Co. may impose, and the Buyer agrees to pay, a 1.5% late charge added to the invoice and any storage expense in the event the items are not removed from the premises in the announced period, auction day Buyer agrees that paying any and all outstanding balances with the Auction Co. does not in any way relinquish them from any late fees or storage charges in the event the item has failed to be removed within the announced time. Storage fees will be charged to all items that have not been removed from the auction premise after the last item is sold on the day of the auction. Storage fees will be charged as follows, $10 per day, per item in additional to all and any additional cost including, but not limited to a late fee. In the event the storage cost and late fees have exceeded the items hammer price, excluding buyer's premium, the items will be considered abandoned and the Auction Co. will have sole possession of any and all items. The buyer agrees that any and all storage expenses and late fees are the sole responsibility of the buyer. 10. Titled Property: Buyers will be responsible for procurement of any plates and payment of taxes in their county and/or state of residence on all titled property. Titles will be released by the Auction Co. to the Buyer on the day of sale if the property is paid in full by Cash, Credit Card, or Wire Transfer. Payment 3 | P a g e made by Personal or Company Checks will result in the Auction Co. holding the title for 75 a minimum of 10 days or until the check clears, at which point the Auction Co. will release the title. 11. PAYMENT: All items must be paid in full prior to the removal of purchased or won lots. Auction Co. does not accept partial payments. Invoices are payable by cashier's check, cash or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, & American Express). North American Auction Company reserve the right to require payment on any invoice by wire transfer. All invoices over $4,000.00 must be paid by wire transfer. Do not bid if you are unable to pay invoices over $4,000.00 by wire transfer. Payment may also be made by Personal and Company In-State (Montana only) checks, out of state checks will not be accepted. All payments must be in U.S. Funds. No out of country (non-U.S.A.) checks accepted. Auction Co. reserves the right to charge the bidders credit card if the balance is not paid. 12. Packing and Shipping: Auction Co. is not responsible for the act or omission in our packing or shipping of purchased lots or for other carriers or packers of purchased lots, whether or not recommended by our company. Packing and handling of purchased lots is at the entire risk of the purchaser. B. Conditions of Sale of Firearms. 1. Any persons who desire to become a Bidder on any firearms are required to be 18 years of age for any long gun and 21 years of age for any hand gun. Auction Co. is a licensed and practicing Federal Firearms Licensed (FFL) dealer. Any Bidders who desire to bid on and purchase any firearms in our auctions cannot have been convicted of a felony, have any restraining orders, or have any reason that they would not pass a NICS FFL Background Check. Auction Co. holds the right to run a NICS FFL Background check on any purchaser. If the Bidder on a long gun is a current resident with correct identification from the states of Wyoming, Idaho, North Dakota, or South Dakota and are attending the auction, the purchaser can take possession of the long gun at checkout, only if the Bidder is approved by the NICS FFL Background Check. If the Bidder is successful on a hand gun and in any state other than Montana the firearm will be shipped to a Federal Firearm Licensed Dealer of your choosing nearest your residence. The Buyer agrees to take sole responsibility for shipping of any firearms, including the delivery of the FFL License of your choosing to the Auction Co. and all shipping/handling expenses. C. Conditions of Sale: Bidding 1. Live Bidding: The auction event will be held on site located at 4370 3th Street Bozeman, MT 59715 live onsite bidding will be available. onsite bidding is the most reliable and successful way to bid at our auction. Auction Co. advises any serious bidders to come to the live event as this will ensure the easiest transaction and give the Bidder the best opportunity to express their bids. 2. Telephone Bidding: Auction Co. offers Telephone Live Bidding for the auction event. Bidders wishing to be a telephone bidder at the time an item is being sold must contact the Auction Co. in advance to make arrangements. The bidder must contact the Auction Co. no later than 2:00 p.m. Mountain Time Zone the day preceding the sale to make arrangements to bid via telephone. If a bidder contacts Auction Co. after 2:00 p.m. Mountain Time Zone the day preceding the sale, Auction Co. cannot guarantee that the bidder's bids will be executed. Bidders are required to fill out the "Phone Bidder Request Form" 4 | P a g e located on our website under the Phone Bidding tab. Once the bidder has filled out 112 the Phone Bidder Request Form completely the auction company will then send the bidder the Telephone Bidder Terms of Service Document. Bidders understand that the Auction Co. is not responsible for any lost information or inability to contact the Bidder and that any form filled out on the Auction Co. website other than the Phone Bidder Request form will not be an acceptable request for phone bidding. The Bidder is then required to sign, scan, and email back the Telephone Bidder Terms of Service Document. Bidders can also fax the Telephone Bidder Terms of Service Document to Auction Co. at 800-686-4216. Once the document has been received by the Auction Co. then the Bidder will be entered into the Auction Co. system as a phone bidder. Auction Co. will then have a representative contact you on the telephone number the bidder has given the Auction Co. a few minutes or when the item is being sold. The Bidder can then tell the Auction Co. representative to bid on the bidder's behalf. Telephone bidders may also leave Phone Bidder Absentee Bids with the Auction Co. representative. Phone Bidder Absentee Bids are a verbal or written request to the Auction Co. representative to leave a max bid amount for the representative to bid on behalf of the Bidder. Bidders understand and acknowledge that the Auction Co. is not held responsible for any and all damages resulting in but not limited to the loss of telephone bidder's bids, misunderstanding of the bidder's amount, missed calls due to bad telephone connection. By becoming a telephone bidder, her/she understands and acknowledges they are taking on sole risk of any and all damages resulting in the telephone bidding. Telephone bidders also understand that any bid the representative places on behalf of the bidder is a guarantee of purchase and that the bidder agrees to purchase any items won on behalf of the Auction Co. representative at the representative's highest accepted bid. . Absentee Bidding: Auction Co. offers bidders absentee bidding approval to bid and that the Auction Co. has the right to refuse or decline any bidder without limitation. If the bidder is not able to bid live online or live onsite at the auction event the Auction Co. advises the bidder to leave the maximum bid amount the bidder is willing to spend on any given item. Bidding on any item indicates your acceptance of these terms and all other terms, written posted, or announced at the time of sale whether bidding in person, through a representative, by phone, by internet, or other absentee bid. All bids placed with the Auction Co. whether in person, through a representative, by phone, by internet, or by absentee bid are taken in full confidence and will not be shared or used incorrectly (Auction Co. DOES NOT bid on behalf of the consignor or share with any persons the confidential bids placed by any persons). Auction Co. will not be responsible for any errors or failures to execute bids placed (via absentee bidding without limitation including in person, through a representative, by phone, by internet, or other absentee bid) including without limitation, errors or failures caused by (i) a loss of connection to the internet or to any hosted software platforms; (ii) a breakdown or technical problem with any of the hosted software platforms; (iii) a breakdown or problem with a client's internet connection, mobile network or computer; (iv) the failure to relay the bids placed for any reason without limitation due to the hectic nature of the live auction event. Auction Co. is not responsible for any failure to execute an online bid or for any errors or omissions in connection therewith. Online bidding via all hosted internet platforms will be recorded. All bidding is subject to approval by the Auction Co. and Auction Co. Auctioneer representative at the live auction event. Auction Co. holds the right to refuse or decline or accept in any order the bids presented to the Auctioneer at the time of the live event. Bidders understand that all bids placed are considered and executed as Competitive Bidding. Competitive Bidding is allowing the Auction Co. to start the bid at the amount the Auctioneer will accept a bid regardless of any bidder's maximum bid. understand that due to the hectic nature of the live auction event that the Auction Co. and Auctioneer will not take into account the date at which any bid was placed (Example No.1: If the Auctioneer is asking all bidders for a $1,000 bid and a live onsite bidder in person, a bidder through representative, a telephone bidder, an internet live bidder from all of the five available hosted platforms, and an absentee bidder all at the exact same time bid $1,000, the Auctioneer will award the high bid solely at his discretion without limitations. Example No. 2: A bidder number 1 left an absentee bid of $1,000 on a lot. The auction event is in processes and the bidder number 1 is the highest accepted bid at $100 and the Auctioneer according to his sole discretion sets the bidding increments at $100 and then continues to call bids. The bidder number 1 is then accepted as the highest bidder at $900 and the Auctioneer ask for $1,000 and accept the bid from another bidder, bidder number 2, at $1,000. The Auctioneer then calls for any more bids at $1,100 and then sells the item to the bidder number 2. Since the original bidder, bidder number 1, was accepted at $900 and the Auctioneer has chosen $100 increments the next accepted bid must be $1,000 and bidder number 1 cannot bid again as the Auctioneer already has accepted his bid at $900. When the Auctioneer calls for $1,100 bidder number 1 no longer will show the Auction Co. representative any available bids and the item will be sold to bidder number 2). Auction Co. is not liable for any damages or responsible for selling the item to another bidder at your maximum bid amount without limitation. . By registering to bid or/and bidding on any item this indicates the bidder's acceptance of these terms and all other terms printed within, posted, and announced at the time of sale whether bidding in person, through a representative, by phone, by internet, or other absentee bid. Auction Co. advises 6 | P a g e any persons who does not fully understand and acknowledge the terms written herewith 206 to refrain from bidding in any manner. All bids left are an acknowledgement and agreement of these terms and a guarantee for all payment invoices on any successful or purchased lots including any additional expenses including but not limited to buyer's premium and storage cost and late fees when applicable. Signature: ___________________________________________ Date: Print name: __________________________________________ Date:
Listing Information
North American is proud to invite you to our January 15th, 2022, Live and Online Western Antique Auction. The sale has nearly 750 items of rarity including outstanding historic Western Art, Montana History, Western Antiques, American Indian Beadwork and Weapons along with Navajo and Zuni Jewelry, Navajo Rugs, Art and Luxury Diamond and Precious Gemstone Jewelry. This will be a LIVE Auction with Online Live Bidding along with Absentee and Phone Bidding. The auction will include a Live In-Person bidding with free lunch at our Auction Gallery. Come out and support your local Montana auction house and bid in-person or bid online from the convenience of your home. Preview Friday January 14th from 10-5pm Mountain Time at 34156 E Frontage Rd. Bozeman, MT 59715. Call Mark at 800-686-4216 ext. 3 for preview appointment or info. Auction Saturday January 15th beginning at 9am Mountain Time located at our Auction Gallery 34156 E Frontage Rd. Bozeman, MT 59715. Invoices will be sent the Sunday to Monday following the sale with a link to pay, pick up info and wire transfer information. All items will be available for shipment and / or pickup starting the Monday following the sale. No online pickup on the day of sale unless previously cleared with the Auctioneer. In-person buyers are able to pickup the day of the sale once cleared by the Auctioneer. Thanks for 10 years of supporting our Bozeman family owned and operated local business. We look forward to seeing you in-person and online. NorthAmericanAuctionCompany.com Ph: 800-686-4216 Email: info@northamericanauctioncompany.com

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Navajo HUGE Squash Blossom Necklace by S. Cayatino
Featured in this lot is a hand crafted Navajo Native American sterling silver and sleeping beauty turquoise squash blossom necklace by master silversmith Shawn Cayatino. The necklace displays sterling silver construction with eight pendants and a lar...

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Navajo Sterling Silver & Turquoise Signed Earrings
Featured in this lot is a pair of Navajo Native American sterling silver and turquoise signed earrings. The earrings display thick sterling silver construction with tooled geometric vine designs across the face of the earrings. The center of each pie...

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Navajo Repousse White Buffalo Sterling Cuff D.G.
This is an excellent, large, sterling silver, hand worked repousse bracelet cuff set with an amazing rare White Buffalo Turquoise stone from Navajo master silversmith D. Gordon. The piece shows a wide, highly worked, repousse stamped Old Pawn Vintage...

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Plateau Fully Beaded Medallion Necklace & Pin 20th
The lot features two pieces, a rosette medallion necklace and pin, fully beaded from the Plateau Native American Indian region and dating to the late-1900's. The first is a round rosette medallion of tanned hide leather with canvas trade cloth comple...

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Navajo Jeff James Sonoran Gold Turquoise Necklace
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver and Sonoran gold turquoise necklace from Navajo artist Jeff James. This necklace features handmade sterling silver hollow beads and features a large, heavy, beautifully crafted sterling silver pendant with...

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Opulent Emerald Diamond & 18k White Gold Ring
Featured in this lot is this opulent emerald, diamond, and 18k white gold ring with AIGL paperwork. This ring features a polished, stamped, and tested 18k white gold construction with a bright finish and beautiful lattice under gallery; it is marked ...

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3.66ct Tanzanite Diamond & 18k White Gold Ring
Featured in this lot is this 3.66 carat tanzanite diamond and 18k white gold ring with IAS paperwork. This ring features a tested, polished, and stamped 18k gold lady's, custom-made, triple shoulder ring band with an 'Orianne' hallmark next to a 18k ...

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Vintage Estate 2.73 ct Diamond 14K Dangle Earrings
Featured in this lot is this pair of vintage estate, 2.73 carat brown and white diamond, 14k white gold dangle earrings. The earrings show an opulent and wonderfully decorated 14k white gold dangle decoration with a total gold weight of 5.79GM. The v...

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Navajo Silver Bow Tie Squash Blossom 1930's
Featured in this lot is this Navajo sterling silver and blue gem turquoise bow tie squash blossom, c. 1930's. The necklace features 18 bow tie blossoms with oval cut blue gem turquoise cabochons set into the center of the blossoms; the naga pendant f...

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Navajo Petite Point Turquoise Squash Blossom 1940-
Featured in this lot is this Navajo sterling silver and petite point turquoise squash blossom necklace, circa 1940's - 1950's. There are 12 total blossoms attached to a double stranded, silver beaded chain and a central naga pendant that is inlaid wi...

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c.1788 Hand Hewn & Carved Wood Spinning Wheel
In this lot is a beautiful wooden spinning wheel from 1788. This spinning wheel is made out of Oak and Poplar. The name of the first owner and year is etched into the bottom of the base of the spinning wheel. The name is John Barces and the year that...

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Hodges, Dave (1949 -) "Miniature Buffalo Skull"
Featured in this lot is this bronze sculpture called "Miniature Buffalo Skull" from Montana artist Dave Hodges (born in 1949). This bronze is a miniature buffalo skull sculpture and features the artist's signature on the back of the bronze; it is num...

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Hodges, Dave (1949 - ) "Fleas" Bronze c. 1990
Featured in this lot is this bronze called "Fleas" by Montana artist Dave Hodges (born 1949), circa 1990. The bronze features a coyote scratching itself. The artist's signature can be seen on the bronze portion of the base with a 1990 inscription. Th...

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Joe De Yong (1894-1975) "Blackfoot Warrior"
Featured in this lot is this original pastel and graphite artwork called "Blackfoot Warrior" from all-around artist Joe Deyong (born 1894 and passed in 1975). This is a beautiful and professionally made pastel and graphite on paper portrait of a Blac...

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Kiowa "Offering to Wakantanka" Painted Hide c 1940
Featured in this lot is this painted hide called "Offering to Wakantanka" from a Kiowa Indian artist. The hide features a scene of a Native American man praying with a peace pipe, offering up prayers to Wakantanka (many tribes' word for the Supreme D...

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Coshocton Anzick Clovis Point 15,000-10,000 BP
Featured in this lot is this Coshocton Anzick Clovis Point from the Paleo Period and aged from 15,000-10,000 B.P. This is a large triangular point with elliptical cross section and an excurvate blade with the tip curving to become almost parallel. It...

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Black Kettle Sioux Fully Beaded Moccasins 1860-70
The lot features a pair of fantastic fully beaded hide moccasins with hard parfleche soles, dating to the third quarter of the 19th Century from the Sioux Native American Indians. The piece has an old museum tag that is marked, "A-5 Black Kettle Siou...

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Cheyenne Beaded Hide Hard Sole Moccasins c. 1880
This is a well-preserved beautiful set of beaded hide moccasins with hard parfleche soles, dating to the fourth quarter of the 19th Century from the Cheyenne Native American Indians. The moccasins are comprised of Indian tanned Great American Bison B...

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Hopi Cottonwood Palhik Mana Kachina Doll c. 1920's
This is an excellent Palhik Mana or Butterfly Maiden Kachina Doll from the Hopi Pueblo Native American Indians dating to circa 1920's. The piece shows the Palhik Mana (Palik Mana), also referred to as the Butterfly Maiden, a kachina spirit in Hopi my...

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Navajo Yei Rainbow Squash Blossom Necklace C.1950
This is a 1950's era sand cast Navajo Yei Rainbow Man Naja Squash Blossom necklace. The necklace has a unique Rainbow Man Yei Naja with a clip on the back, so it can be moved to different necklaces. The necklace is made up of Navajo pearl and double-...

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USPS Metal Cabinet & Metal Apothecary Cabinet
For your consideration is this USPS metal cabinet and metal apothecary. This is a collection of good metal/industrial cabinets. The first cabinet shows fourteen open faced cubby holes, ideal for organizing mail. The cabinet is painted blue metal and ...

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F & L Kahn & Bros F Series No. 312 Stove c. 1890
Featured in this lot is this F series no. 312 Wood stove from F. & L. Kahn & Bros, circa 1890-1894. The stove shows wonderful and professional construction and reads "W. P. McCormick" on the front; "Jointless Ashpit patent app'd for" along the side a...

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Montana Traditional Wooden Toboggan c. 1920's
Featured in this lot is this Montana traditional wooden toboggan, circa 1920's. This is a good, well-crafted toboggan that can seat four or five and shows the outside plank of the toboggan and a nylon steering line. Toboggans are simple sleds usually...

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Fine Brass Fireplace Set & Screen c. 1980
Offered in this lot is a set of brass fireplace tools and fireplace screen. These items appear to be from the 1980's. First is a brass fire place cleaning tool set. It has a beautiful design. There is the broom, dust/scoop pan, tongs, and poker along...

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Hard-Sided Padded Rifle Travel Cases
For your consideration in this lot is a collection of six hard-sided, foam padding rifle travel cases. The first three cases are made by Gun Guard. One case is larger, measuring 52" x 14" x 41/2". The case is in a golden tan and has four latches (two...

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1st Ed.1890 Stanley's Wonderful Adventures
For your consideration is this first edition of "Stanley's Wonderful Adventures" by J.T. Headley and Willis Fletcher Johnson and published by Hubbard Brothers, Philadelphia, 1890. From the title page: "Twenty years of the most wonderful adventures th...

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Cheyenne Indians By Grinnell Vol. I-II 1962 1st Ed
Offered in this lot are volumes one and two of "Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Ways of Life" by George Bird Grinnell. The book provides a comprehensive history and explanation of the tribe, including their customs, rituals, beliefs, etc. George ...

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Plateau Fully Beaded Flat Bag Late-20th Century
This is a nice fully top beaded flat bag on tanned hide from the Plateau Native American Indian region, dating to the late-1900's. The piece is constructed of tanned hide, trade cloth, and canvas with a cardboard stiff backing, a tanned leather fring...

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Vintage Coca-Cola Cavalier Carry-Cooler c. 1940's
Featured in this lot is this vintage Coca-Cola Cavalier Corp. of Chattanooga, TN carry-cooler, circa 1940's. The cooler features a vintage look with two side latches used to lock the cooler shut, a 24-bottle tray inside the cooler, and a drain spout ...

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RARE Collector's 1st Ed. The Red Man's West
Featured in this lot is this 1965 rare collector's first edition copy of "The Red Man's West", selected and edited by Michael S. Kenedy from Montana, The Magazine of Western History. This is a collection of true stories of the frontier Indians. This ...

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Navajo Tufa Squash Cross of Lorainne Necklace
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver and maroon agate necklace from Navajo artist Kary Begay. The necklace features a wonderfully and professionally handcrafted sterling silver and stamped hollow beaded chain. The necklace pendant features a ...

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Navajo Jan Mariano Sterling Silver Squash Necklace
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver squash necklace from Navajo artist Jan Mariano. The necklace features a wonderfully and professionally handmade, sterling silver hollow beads with aglets just before the clasp and a sterling silver naga sq...

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Navajo J Mariano Handmade Sterling Silver Necklace
Featured in this lot is this handmade sterling silver necklace from Navajo artist Jan Mariano. This necklace features a wonderfully and professionally handmade, hollow, sterling silver beaded necklace with silver link chain strung through the beads. ...

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Navajo Sterling Silver Handmade Squash Blossom
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver, handmade squash blossom necklace signed by Navajo artist PN. The squash blossom necklace features a wonderfully and professionally hand crafted, hollow beaded, single strand with a sterling silver box cha...

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Navajo Nora Tahe Bill Sterling Silver Bracelet
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver bracelet from Navajo artist Bora Tahe Bill. The bracelet features a heavy sterling silver construction with tooled and stamped geometric patterns to the face of the bracelet. The artist's signature is show...

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Allen & Wheelock Rare Lipfire Navy Revolver
Featured in this lot is a rare Allen & Wheelock lipfire Navy revolver chambered in .36 caliber. Ethan Allen first granted a patent for his .44 cal lipfire revolver in 1861, but was only able to manufacture revolvers till 1863, when he got a patent in...

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Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle .44
Included in this lot is a Winchester Model 1873 lever action rifle chambered in .44 caliber and manufactured in 1880. This second model is the classic "Gun That Won the West!". This Winchester displays a 23 1/2" long octagonal barrel with underside m...

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Colt Model 1848 Baby Dragoon .31 Cal Revolver
Included in this lot is a Colt Model 1848 Baby Dragoon single action black powder revolver chambered in .31 caliber. This example is a Baby Dragoon Model with a 3" barrel chambered in .31 caliber. The Colt 1848 Baby Dragoon was originally made from 1...

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Civil War Sharps New M1863 .52 Percussion Rifle
This lot features an Unaltered Civil War Sharps New Model 1863 .52 Percussion Rifle. One of the most popular and successful of the cavalry carbines was the Sharps breech loader. Capable of firing a grooved bullet in a combustible black powder loaded ...

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Civil War C.B. Hoard Watertown U.S. 1861 Rifle
The lot features an original Charles Brooks Hoard of Watertown, New York, scarce U.S. Contract Model 1861 percussion rifle-musket. Charles Brooks Hoard received contracts for 70,000 Model 1861 rifle-muskets, but was only able to deliver 12,800 by the...

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M.T. Knives of Bozeman Rams Horn Damascus Knife
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife showing a Rocky Mountain Rams Horn grip and forged Damascus clip point knife. The blade has been forged from 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon, which is then heat...

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Yellowstone Grizzly Scrimshaw Damascus M.T. Knives
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife with an excellent, Yellowstone National Park inspired, Grizzly Bear scrimshaw artwork. This knife is truly a work of "Montana" art, as it shows the iconic Grizzly scrimshaw set on...

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Rocky Mountain Rams Horn Damascus Bozeman Knife
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife showing a Rocky Mountain Rams Horn grip and forged Damascus clip point knife. The blade has been forged from 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon, which is then heat...

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Yellowstone Elk Scrimshaw Damascus M.T. Knives
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife with an excellent, Yellowstone National Park inspired, Bull Elk scrimshaw artwork. This knife is truly a work of "Montana" art as it shows a large standing bull elk set on Buffalo...

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M.T. Knives Rams Horn & Damascus Hammered Knife
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife showing a Rocky Mountain Rams Horn grip and forged Damascus clip point blade, which shows artful, blacksmith forged hammering at the spine, a truly rustic Montana addition. The bl...

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20th C. Tin Gun Metal Blue Washed Kettle
For your consideration is this tin, gun metal blue washed, contemporary kettle, circa 20th century. This kettle shows a washed gun metal blue decoration in a semi stripe pattern with a hammered attached side handle, a swivel kettle handle, and a turn...

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Rustic Alligator Juniper Table Lamps
Featured in this lot is a pair of rustic alligator juniper table lamps. The pair of lamps display alligator juniper construction with wonderful unique figure. The lamps show rustic tan lamp shades with leather accents. The lamps would make a wonderfu...

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Scott Centric 9ft S4S 906/4 3.8oz 4pc Fly Rod
Featured in this lot is this Scott Centric 9-foot S4S 906/4 3.8oz four-piece fly rod. This fly rod boasts a four-piece construction with an efficiently made-to-deliver cutting edge level of stability, while giving anglers a ton of feedback through th...

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WWII U.S. Army Wool Medical Blanket 1939-44
Offered in this lot for your consideration is an antique wool Army medical blanket 1939-44. This is a WWII U.S. Army wool blanket. The blanket is marked "M.D. U.S. Army" and was used by the Medical Department during the war. The blanket is an off-whi...

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WWII U.S. Navy Wool Medical Blanket 1939-44
Offered in this lot for your consideration is an antique wool Navy medical blanket 1939-44. This is a WWII U.S. Navy wool blanket. The blanket is marked "U.S. Navy" and was used by the Medical Department during the war. The blanket is an off-white co...

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Speer Bullets Ordinance Display Advertisement
Featured in this lot is this Speer Bullets ordinance display advertisement. In 1943, Vernon Speer started building bullets because reloaders couldn't get the components they needed from ammo companies during World War II. The company was, and still i...

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Sierra Bullets Ordinance Display Advertisement
Featured in this lot is this Nosler "Premium Big Game Bullets" ordinance display advertisement, founded in 1948. The display shows a beautiful display of bullets with a picture of a bull moose. The company was founded in 1948 by John Amos Nosler. Whi...

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Columbian Garden, Butte Hubbell Acorn Lamp
Included in this lot is a Hubbell acorn lamp from the Columbian Gardens in Butte, Montana. Hubbell was founded by Harvey Hubbell as a proprietorship in 1888, and was incorporated in Connecticut in 1905. It is ranked 577 by the fortune group. The comp...

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Columbian Garden, Butte Hubbell Acorn Lamp
Included in this lot is a Hubbell acorn lamp from the Columbian Gardens in Butte, Montana. Hubbell was founded by Harvey Hubbell as a proprietorship in 1888 and was incorporated in Connecticut in 1905. It is ranked 577 by the fortune group. The compa...

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R.L. Winston Rod Co. 9' #4 IM6 2 5/8oz 2pc Fly Rod
Featured in this lot is this R.L. Winston Rod Co. 9' #4 IM6 2 5/8oz. two-piece fly rod. This is a Graphite rod in two pieces with a medium action and spigot ferrules with a nickel silver and teak insert real seat with versatile all water trout applic...

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Excellent Emerald Diamond & 18k Yellow Gold Ring
Featured in this lot is this excellent emerald, diamond, and 18k yellow gold ring with GIA and SGL paperwork. The ring features a tested, stamped, and polished 18k yellow gold ring band with a large surface area ring band. The ring is marked with an ...

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Pristine 5.04ct Tanzanite Diamond & Platinum Ring
Featured in this lot is this pristine 5.04 carat tanzanite, diamond, and platinum ring with AIGL paperwork. The ring features a polished, stamped, and tested platinum ring with a bright finish and is stamped 'Orianne' and PT950'. The ring features an...

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Vintage Cluster 2.67ct Brown Diamond 14k Earrings
Featured in this lot is this pair of vintage cluster, 2.67ct brown diamond and 14k rose gold earrings. The earrings show a pair of wonderfully crafted 14k rose gold design with a lever back clasp and a total gold weight of 4.34GM. The vintage round c...

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Navajo Old Crystal Eye Dazzler Trade Rug c. 1930's
Featured in this lot is this Navajo Old Crystal Eye Dazzler trade rug, circa 1930's. Originally the Old Crystal trading post was established in 1894, in a remote part of the Navajo Reservation southwest of Two Grey Hills and northwest of Gallup. In 1...

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Navajo V. J. Platero Sterling Silver Concho Belt
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver concho belt from Navajo artist Vincent J. Platero, circa 1930's. There are fourteen smaller rectangular conchos and a larger concho buckle with embossed and tooled surfaces to the face of the conchos. The ...

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Original Paul Frankel Pretzel Rattan Couch c 1960s
Featured in this lot is this original Paul Frankel pretzel rattan lounge couch, circa 1960's. The couch is segmented with four total segments and features a seat and cushion for every segment (a total of eight cushions). The pattern of the cushions i...

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Original Paul Frankel Pretzel Rattan Armrests 1960
Featured in this lot is this pair of original Paul Frankel pretzel rattan armrests, circa 1960's. There are two chairs in this collection with seats and cushion for each chair. The cushions show design consistent with 1960's geometric patterns. The f...

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Speer Bullets Wells Fargo Display Advertisement
Featured in this lot is this Speer Bullets ordinance display advertisement. This display shows two men on a Wells Fargo stage Coach. In 1943, Vernon Speer started building bullets because reloaders couldn't get the components they needed from ammo co...

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Large Frederic Remington (1861-1909) Wicked Pony
Featured in this lot is this bronze called "Wicked Pony," circa after Frederic Remington born 1861 and passed in 1909. Wicked Pony shows a cowboy that had been thrown from a rank tempered bronco. Inspired by a real-life event, this Remington bronze s...

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Large Frederic Remington (1861-1909) Bronco Buster
Featured in this lot is this bronze called "Bronco Buster" by Frederic Remington and considered "After Remington", who was born 1861 and passed in 1909. This sculpture features a cowboy riding a rank bronco and wearing cow puncher batwing chaps. The ...

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1st Ed Journals of the Expedition of Lewis & Clark
For your consideration is this first edition of volume I and II of "The Journals of the Expedition Under the Command of Capt.'s Lewis and Clark: to the Sources of the Missouri, thence across the Rocky Mountains and down the river Columbia to the Paci...

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Personal Recollections General Miles 1896 1st Ed
Offered in this lot is an 1896 first edition printing of "Personal Recollections and Observations of General Nelson A. Miles" with illustrations from Frederic Remington. General Nelson A. Miles served his country with distinction for forty-two years....

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Hudson Bay Two Point Wool Trade Blanket
Offered in this lot is a wonderful two-point Hudson Bay trade blanket. The number of points indicates the size of the blanket. Although the points were not originally assigned a value to the blanket, over time, traders used the points to determine ho...

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Navajo Crystal Eye Dazzler Trading Post Rug c.1950
Featured in this is this Navajo crystal eye dazzler trading post rug, c. 1950's. Originally, the Old Crystal trading post was established in 1894 in a remote part of the Navajo Reservation, southwest of Two Grey Hills and northwest of Gallup. In 1896...

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Ganado Hubbell Crosses Morning Star by Pedro Sosa
This is an excellent, hand woven, flat weave rug by master weaver, Pedro Sosa. It was made using 100% soft, fine, hand spun wool in an amazing, Ganado Hubbell Crosses Morning Star pattern. The rug was hand woven with a tight weave using 100%, locally...

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RARE Colt Model 1878 Frontier Sheriff's Model 4"B
Featured in this lot is a Colt 1878 Double Action Frontier revolver in .45 Colt caliber with an exceedingly rare 4" barrel variation made without ejector housing. This revolver is one of only 290 Model 1878s manufactured with a 4" barrel and blue fin...

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Spencer Model 1865 Repeating Saddle Ring Carbine
For your consideration is a Spencer Model 1865 .52 RF repeating saddle ring carbine. This carbine features a fixed blade front sight and 22" round barrel chambered in 52 RF. The top of the barrel is marked "SPENCER RIFLE Co." in faded lettering, with...

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Colt Model 1849 Single Action Pocket Revolver
Included in this lot is a Colt Model 1849 single action percussion cap pocket revolver chambered in .31 caliber. This is a fine, original example .31 caliber, five-shot revolver that found favor with officers and enlisted men as personal weapons duri...

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Colt Model 1855 Root Fluted Cyl. Silver Revolver
This is a scarce Colt Model 1855 Root Side Hammer Pocket Revolver with fluted cylinder chambered in .31 caliber with a silver-plated presentation finish, manufactured in 1856. The Colt Model 1855 Sidehammer, also known as the Colt Root Revolvernamed ...

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American Standard Tool Co. Spur Trigger Revolver
This is an excellent 19th Century Antique spur trigger, sterling silver plated brass frame, factory engraved presentation revolver from American Standard Tool Company, chambered in .22 caliber. The piece has an upward swing out breech loading barrel ...

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Fabyan Knife Co. Bone Handle Dagger & Scabbard
Featured in this lot is this Fabyan Knife Co. bone handle dagger and scabbard with the original knife case. The dagger features a double-edged hardened steel blade with a bone and bolsters. The ricasso is marked "Fabyan Knife Co. Sheffield England". ...

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M.T. Knives of Bozeman Rams Horn Damascus Knife
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife showing a Rocky Mountain Rams Horn grip and forged Damascus camp drop point knife. The blade has been forged from 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon, which is then...

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7th Cavalry Flag Scrimshaw Damascus M.T. Knives
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife with an excellent 7th Cavalry flag scrimshaw artwork. The blade has been forged from 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon, which is then heated and folded into 396 l...

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M.T. Knives of Bozeman Rams Horn Damascus Knife
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife showing a Rocky Mountain Rams Horn grip and forged Damascus clip point knife. The blade has been forged from 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon, which is then heat...

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M.T. Knives Buffalo Bill Signature Damascus Knife
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana drop point knife with an excellent scrimshaw Buffalo Bill signature. The blade has been forged from 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon, which is then heated and folded i...

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Navajo Mitchell Silver & Turquoise Squash Blossom
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver and Kingman turquoise squash blossom necklace from Navajo artist Gerald Mitchell. This is a beautifully and professionally handmade squash blossom necklace with 12 blossoms on the double string, handmade s...

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Navajo Gerald Mitchell Sterling Silver Earrings
Featured in this lot is this pair of handmade sterling silver earrings from Navajo artist Gerald Mitchell. The earrings feature wonderfully and professionally crafted handmade sterling silver construction with six total hollow beads and hook earring ...

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Navajo Rick Enriquez Sterling Silver Bracelet
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver bracelet from Navajo artist Rick Enriquez. The bracelet features a beautifully and professionally crafted sterling silver construction with rising sun stamps and geometric patterns tooled into the face of ...

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The Foreman of JA6 1st edt.1911 By E. Joy Johnson
In this lot is a first edition of "The Foreman of the JA6" by E. Joy Johnson, published in 1911. Edith Hancock Johnson (1876 1946), who wrote under the pen-name of E. Joy Johnson, was an American novelist of the early 20th century. Before marrying, ...

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OUTSTANDING Navajo Randy Begay Jr Squash Blossom
Featured in this lot is what is considered the finest completely hand-crafted example of squash blossom currently offered on the public market. The piece is from master silversmith Randy Begay Jr., son to renowned Randy Begay, and features a complete...

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1800-1900's Inuit or Yupik Bone Snow Goggles
Featured in this lot is this Alaskan Eskimo Inuit or Yupik snow caribou scapula bone goggles, circa late 1800 to early 1900's. The goggles are constructed from Caribou scapula and show decorative carvings around the eye slits and around the border of...

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Lakota Sioux Polychrome Courting Flute c. 1900
This is an excellent, scarcely seen, and authentic carved wood polychrome mineral painted courting flute from the Lakota Sioux Native American Indians, dating to circa 1900. The piece shows a solid softwood construction with traditional pattern, show...

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Lakota Sioux Quilled & Beaded Pipe Bag Large c1875
This is an excellent, very large Indian hide, beaded and quilled pipe bag from the Lakota Sioux Native American Indians dating to the third-quarter of the 19th Century. This circa-1875 bag shows an Indian tanned hide construction sinew sewn with 1800...

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Cheyenne Quilled & Beaded Elaborate Pipe Bag c1890
The lot features a phenomenal Indian hide quillwork and beadwork pipe bag from the Cheyenne Native American Indians, dating to the late 19th Century. The bag shows an Indian tanned hide with dark patina coloring, all sinew sewn with 1800's period cor...

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Northern Plains Stylized-Cutout Pipe Tomahawk 1880
The lot features a terrific circa 1880 Northern Plains Pipe Tomahawk with unusual and scarce stylized double cutout in the center of the blade. The tomahawk head features a 12-inch-long blacksmith hand-forged iron head with two unique, stylized doubl...

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Navajo Old Crystal Trading Post Rug circa 1910 -
Featured in this lot is this Navajo Old Style Crystal rug, circa 1900. The rug shows a wonderfully and traditionally woven Old Crystal design with a light brown field and multiple spirit lines throughout. The rug features a unique Old Crystal Style b...

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January New Year Western, Native American Auction

North American Auction Company

North American Auction Company


Contact: Mark Markovich
Phone: 800-686-4216
Sale Location
34156 E. Frontage Rd
Bozeman, MT 59715
Sale Dates and Times
Saturday Jan 15, 2022 Completed
Sale Terms and Conditions
North American Auction Company, Terms and Conditions A. Conditions of Sale 1. This terms and conditions is a legal binding agreement between the bidder and North American Auction Company (hereinafter North American Auction Company will be referred to as Auction Co. and the user or persons will be referred to as bidder or buyer). 2. Bidders must be at least 18 years of age to participate or register in the auction. 3. Any bidders participating or registering for the auction agree to be bound by and accepts these Terms and Conditions. All bidders must meet the Auction Co. qualifications to bid. Any Bidder who is not in good standing with the Auction Co. may be disqualified or declined, with such determination made by the Auction Co. in its sole and unlimited discretion, at any time prior to, during, or even after the close of the auction. According to U.C.C. § 2-328 (3). Sale by Auction " U.C.C. § 2-328 (3). Sale by Auction: Such a sale is with reserve unless the goods are in explicit terms put up without reserve. In an auction with reserve the auctioneer may withdraw the goods at any time until he announces completion of the sale All items in this sale are offered subject to reserve according to the above statement. Auction Co. holds the rights to pass, sell, or hold the sale subject to seller confirmation on any and all items in this auction. 5. All property is sold AS IS where is with all faults, and neither the Auction Co. nor any consignor makes any warranties, representations, or guarantees either expressed or implied with respect to the property, and in no event, shall they be responsible for the correctness, nor deemed to have made any representation or warranty, of description, genuineness, authorship, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, or condition of the property and no statement made at the sale, or in the bill of sale, or invoice or elsewhere shall be deemed such a warranty of representation or as an assumption of liability. Details in the catalog are opinion and are written as an aid to potential bidders. Auction Co. acknowledges that there may be errors in what is listed in the catalog. Auction Co. strongly recommends that the Bidder has an acknowledged expert view the item. All bidders are required to physically or visually either in person, virtually, or by proxy inspect the items during the inspection and preview period for correctness, description, genuineness, authorship, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, and condition. The bidder will then rely entirely on their own inspection for any and all bids or opinions given without holding the Auction Co. liable for any and all statements made. All sales are final. There will be no refunds, no exchanges, and no partial refunds of any kind. 6. Auction Co. shall determine the highest bidder as the purchaser. In the case of a disputed bid, the Auction Co. shall have sole discretion in determining the purchaser from any of the bids left whether they be the highest bidder or not and may also, at the Auction Co. election, withdraw the lot or reoffer the lot for sale. The Auction Co. shall have sole discretion to refuse any bid, or refuse to acknowledge 2 | P a g e any bidder. The Auction Co. also holds the right to terminate the purchase for any 37 reason, even in the 38 event the bidder was given notice that he/she is the high bidder and purchaser, the bidder agrees that the Auction Co. may terminate the purchase or agreement, in which case the Auction Co.'s only liability shall be the return of the highest bid amount the buyer paid with exception to any and all extra cost including but not limited to buyer's premium and shipping. 7. Consent to Suit in Montana: In the event of legal proceedings arising from this contract or from the auction in connection therewith, the Buyer consents to being subject to the personal jurisdiction of the courts of the State of Montana. A Buyer also agrees and gives consent that venue shall be in Gallatin County, Montana and that the laws of the State of Montana shall govern this Agreement and the parties' transaction hereunder. 8. The Buyer expressly agrees to indemnify and hold the Auction Co., consignors and their assigns harmless from an against all claims, losses, expenses, damages or liability, (including but not limited to attorney's fees), directly or indirectly caused by or resulting from Buyers negligent acts or omissions or breech of this agreement, except for damages caused by or resulting from the Auction Co.'s sole negligence. 9. Item Removal: All merchandise purchased must be paid for and removed from the premises the day of the auction. Buyers who cannot for any reason be present on the day of the event are required to make prior arrangements with the auction company before bidding for time and date for removal of items suitable with the auction company. All merchandise purchased must be removed without damaging any property or altering any property in any way. All cost, responsibility of risk of such removal shall be subject to the Buyer or any persons on the Buyers behalf. The Buyer does not hold the Auction Co. liable for any damages or alternations made to the property after or during the announced removal period. If for any reason the Buyer fails to remove any of the merchandise purchased within the time specified, the Auction Co. shall have the right, in its sole discretion, to resell, discard, or remove and store said property at the Buyers sole risk and expense. Auction Co. may impose, and the Buyer agrees to pay, a 1.5% late charge added to the invoice and any storage expense in the event the items are not removed from the premises in the announced period, auction day Buyer agrees that paying any and all outstanding balances with the Auction Co. does not in any way relinquish them from any late fees or storage charges in the event the item has failed to be removed within the announced time. Storage fees will be charged to all items that have not been removed from the auction premise after the last item is sold on the day of the auction. Storage fees will be charged as follows, $10 per day, per item in additional to all and any additional cost including, but not limited to a late fee. In the event the storage cost and late fees have exceeded the items hammer price, excluding buyer's premium, the items will be considered abandoned and the Auction Co. will have sole possession of any and all items. The buyer agrees that any and all storage expenses and late fees are the sole responsibility of the buyer. 10. Titled Property: Buyers will be responsible for procurement of any plates and payment of taxes in their county and/or state of residence on all titled property. Titles will be released by the Auction Co. to the Buyer on the day of sale if the property is paid in full by Cash, Credit Card, or Wire Transfer. Payment 3 | P a g e made by Personal or Company Checks will result in the Auction Co. holding the title for 75 a minimum of 10 days or until the check clears, at which point the Auction Co. will release the title. 11. PAYMENT: All items must be paid in full prior to the removal of purchased or won lots. Auction Co. does not accept partial payments. Invoices are payable by cashier's check, cash or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, & American Express). North American Auction Company reserve the right to require payment on any invoice by wire transfer. All invoices over $4,000.00 must be paid by wire transfer. Do not bid if you are unable to pay invoices over $4,000.00 by wire transfer. Payment may also be made by Personal and Company In-State (Montana only) checks, out of state checks will not be accepted. All payments must be in U.S. Funds. No out of country (non-U.S.A.) checks accepted. Auction Co. reserves the right to charge the bidders credit card if the balance is not paid. 12. Packing and Shipping: Auction Co. is not responsible for the act or omission in our packing or shipping of purchased lots or for other carriers or packers of purchased lots, whether or not recommended by our company. Packing and handling of purchased lots is at the entire risk of the purchaser. B. Conditions of Sale of Firearms. 1. Any persons who desire to become a Bidder on any firearms are required to be 18 years of age for any long gun and 21 years of age for any hand gun. Auction Co. is a licensed and practicing Federal Firearms Licensed (FFL) dealer. Any Bidders who desire to bid on and purchase any firearms in our auctions cannot have been convicted of a felony, have any restraining orders, or have any reason that they would not pass a NICS FFL Background Check. Auction Co. holds the right to run a NICS FFL Background check on any purchaser. If the Bidder on a long gun is a current resident with correct identification from the states of Wyoming, Idaho, North Dakota, or South Dakota and are attending the auction, the purchaser can take possession of the long gun at checkout, only if the Bidder is approved by the NICS FFL Background Check. If the Bidder is successful on a hand gun and in any state other than Montana the firearm will be shipped to a Federal Firearm Licensed Dealer of your choosing nearest your residence. The Buyer agrees to take sole responsibility for shipping of any firearms, including the delivery of the FFL License of your choosing to the Auction Co. and all shipping/handling expenses. C. Conditions of Sale: Bidding 1. Live Bidding: The auction event will be held on site located at 4370 3th Street Bozeman, MT 59715 live onsite bidding will be available. onsite bidding is the most reliable and successful way to bid at our auction. Auction Co. advises any serious bidders to come to the live event as this will ensure the easiest transaction and give the Bidder the best opportunity to express their bids. 2. Telephone Bidding: Auction Co. offers Telephone Live Bidding for the auction event. Bidders wishing to be a telephone bidder at the time an item is being sold must contact the Auction Co. in advance to make arrangements. The bidder must contact the Auction Co. no later than 2:00 p.m. Mountain Time Zone the day preceding the sale to make arrangements to bid via telephone. If a bidder contacts Auction Co. after 2:00 p.m. Mountain Time Zone the day preceding the sale, Auction Co. cannot guarantee that the bidder's bids will be executed. Bidders are required to fill out the "Phone Bidder Request Form" 4 | P a g e located on our website under the Phone Bidding tab. Once the bidder has filled out 112 the Phone Bidder Request Form completely the auction company will then send the bidder the Telephone Bidder Terms of Service Document. Bidders understand that the Auction Co. is not responsible for any lost information or inability to contact the Bidder and that any form filled out on the Auction Co. website other than the Phone Bidder Request form will not be an acceptable request for phone bidding. The Bidder is then required to sign, scan, and email back the Telephone Bidder Terms of Service Document. Bidders can also fax the Telephone Bidder Terms of Service Document to Auction Co. at 800-686-4216. Once the document has been received by the Auction Co. then the Bidder will be entered into the Auction Co. system as a phone bidder. Auction Co. will then have a representative contact you on the telephone number the bidder has given the Auction Co. a few minutes or when the item is being sold. The Bidder can then tell the Auction Co. representative to bid on the bidder's behalf. Telephone bidders may also leave Phone Bidder Absentee Bids with the Auction Co. representative. Phone Bidder Absentee Bids are a verbal or written request to the Auction Co. representative to leave a max bid amount for the representative to bid on behalf of the Bidder. Bidders understand and acknowledge that the Auction Co. is not held responsible for any and all damages resulting in but not limited to the loss of telephone bidder's bids, misunderstanding of the bidder's amount, missed calls due to bad telephone connection. By becoming a telephone bidder, her/she understands and acknowledges they are taking on sole risk of any and all damages resulting in the telephone bidding. Telephone bidders also understand that any bid the representative places on behalf of the bidder is a guarantee of purchase and that the bidder agrees to purchase any items won on behalf of the Auction Co. representative at the representative's highest accepted bid. . Absentee Bidding: Auction Co. offers bidders absentee bidding approval to bid and that the Auction Co. has the right to refuse or decline any bidder without limitation. If the bidder is not able to bid live online or live onsite at the auction event the Auction Co. advises the bidder to leave the maximum bid amount the bidder is willing to spend on any given item. Bidding on any item indicates your acceptance of these terms and all other terms, written posted, or announced at the time of sale whether bidding in person, through a representative, by phone, by internet, or other absentee bid. All bids placed with the Auction Co. whether in person, through a representative, by phone, by internet, or by absentee bid are taken in full confidence and will not be shared or used incorrectly (Auction Co. DOES NOT bid on behalf of the consignor or share with any persons the confidential bids placed by any persons). Auction Co. will not be responsible for any errors or failures to execute bids placed (via absentee bidding without limitation including in person, through a representative, by phone, by internet, or other absentee bid) including without limitation, errors or failures caused by (i) a loss of connection to the internet or to any hosted software platforms; (ii) a breakdown or technical problem with any of the hosted software platforms; (iii) a breakdown or problem with a client's internet connection, mobile network or computer; (iv) the failure to relay the bids placed for any reason without limitation due to the hectic nature of the live auction event. Auction Co. is not responsible for any failure to execute an online bid or for any errors or omissions in connection therewith. Online bidding via all hosted internet platforms will be recorded. All bidding is subject to approval by the Auction Co. and Auction Co. Auctioneer representative at the live auction event. Auction Co. holds the right to refuse or decline or accept in any order the bids presented to the Auctioneer at the time of the live event. Bidders understand that all bids placed are considered and executed as Competitive Bidding. Competitive Bidding is allowing the Auction Co. to start the bid at the amount the Auctioneer will accept a bid regardless of any bidder's maximum bid. understand that due to the hectic nature of the live auction event that the Auction Co. and Auctioneer will not take into account the date at which any bid was placed (Example No.1: If the Auctioneer is asking all bidders for a $1,000 bid and a live onsite bidder in person, a bidder through representative, a telephone bidder, an internet live bidder from all of the five available hosted platforms, and an absentee bidder all at the exact same time bid $1,000, the Auctioneer will award the high bid solely at his discretion without limitations. Example No. 2: A bidder number 1 left an absentee bid of $1,000 on a lot. The auction event is in processes and the bidder number 1 is the highest accepted bid at $100 and the Auctioneer according to his sole discretion sets the bidding increments at $100 and then continues to call bids. The bidder number 1 is then accepted as the highest bidder at $900 and the Auctioneer ask for $1,000 and accept the bid from another bidder, bidder number 2, at $1,000. The Auctioneer then calls for any more bids at $1,100 and then sells the item to the bidder number 2. Since the original bidder, bidder number 1, was accepted at $900 and the Auctioneer has chosen $100 increments the next accepted bid must be $1,000 and bidder number 1 cannot bid again as the Auctioneer already has accepted his bid at $900. When the Auctioneer calls for $1,100 bidder number 1 no longer will show the Auction Co. representative any available bids and the item will be sold to bidder number 2). Auction Co. is not liable for any damages or responsible for selling the item to another bidder at your maximum bid amount without limitation. . By registering to bid or/and bidding on any item this indicates the bidder's acceptance of these terms and all other terms printed within, posted, and announced at the time of sale whether bidding in person, through a representative, by phone, by internet, or other absentee bid. Auction Co. advises 6 | P a g e any persons who does not fully understand and acknowledge the terms written herewith 206 to refrain from bidding in any manner. All bids left are an acknowledgement and agreement of these terms and a guarantee for all payment invoices on any successful or purchased lots including any additional expenses including but not limited to buyer's premium and storage cost and late fees when applicable. Signature: ___________________________________________ Date: Print name: __________________________________________ Date:
Listing Details
North American is proud to invite you to our January 15th, 2022, Live and Online Western Antique Auction. The sale has nearly 750 items of rarity including outstanding historic Western Art, Montana History, Western Antiques, American Indian Beadwork and Weapons along with Navajo and Zuni Jewelry, Navajo Rugs, Art and Luxury Diamond and Precious Gemstone Jewelry. This will be a LIVE Auction with Online Live Bidding along with Absentee and Phone Bidding. The auction will include a Live In-Person bidding with free lunch at our Auction Gallery. Come out and support your local Montana auction house and bid in-person or bid online from the convenience of your home. Preview Friday January 14th from 10-5pm Mountain Time at 34156 E Frontage Rd. Bozeman, MT 59715. Call Mark at 800-686-4216 ext. 3 for preview appointment or info. Auction Saturday January 15th beginning at 9am Mountain Time located at our Auction Gallery 34156 E Frontage Rd. Bozeman, MT 59715. Invoices will be sent the Sunday to Monday following the sale with a link to pay, pick up info and wire transfer information. All items will be available for shipment and / or pickup starting the Monday following the sale. No online pickup on the day of sale unless previously cleared with the Auctioneer. In-person buyers are able to pickup the day of the sale once cleared by the Auctioneer. Thanks for 10 years of supporting our Bozeman family owned and operated local business. We look forward to seeing you in-person and online. NorthAmericanAuctionCompany.com Ph: 800-686-4216 Email: info@northamericanauctioncompany.com

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Navajo HUGE Squash Blossom Necklace by S. Cayatino
Featured in this lot is a hand crafted Navajo Native American sterling silver and sleeping beauty turquoise squash blossom necklace by master silversmith Shawn Cayatino. The necklace displays sterling silver construction with eight pendants and a lar...

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Navajo Sterling Silver & Turquoise Signed Earrings
Featured in this lot is a pair of Navajo Native American sterling silver and turquoise signed earrings. The earrings display thick sterling silver construction with tooled geometric vine designs across the face of the earrings. The center of each pie...

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Navajo Repousse White Buffalo Sterling Cuff D.G.
This is an excellent, large, sterling silver, hand worked repousse bracelet cuff set with an amazing rare White Buffalo Turquoise stone from Navajo master silversmith D. Gordon. The piece shows a wide, highly worked, repousse stamped Old Pawn Vintage...

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Plateau Fully Beaded Medallion Necklace & Pin 20th
The lot features two pieces, a rosette medallion necklace and pin, fully beaded from the Plateau Native American Indian region and dating to the late-1900's. The first is a round rosette medallion of tanned hide leather with canvas trade cloth comple...

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Navajo Jeff James Sonoran Gold Turquoise Necklace
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver and Sonoran gold turquoise necklace from Navajo artist Jeff James. This necklace features handmade sterling silver hollow beads and features a large, heavy, beautifully crafted sterling silver pendant with...

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Opulent Emerald Diamond & 18k White Gold Ring
Featured in this lot is this opulent emerald, diamond, and 18k white gold ring with AIGL paperwork. This ring features a polished, stamped, and tested 18k white gold construction with a bright finish and beautiful lattice under gallery; it is marked ...

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3.66ct Tanzanite Diamond & 18k White Gold Ring
Featured in this lot is this 3.66 carat tanzanite diamond and 18k white gold ring with IAS paperwork. This ring features a tested, polished, and stamped 18k gold lady's, custom-made, triple shoulder ring band with an 'Orianne' hallmark next to a 18k ...

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Vintage Estate 2.73 ct Diamond 14K Dangle Earrings
Featured in this lot is this pair of vintage estate, 2.73 carat brown and white diamond, 14k white gold dangle earrings. The earrings show an opulent and wonderfully decorated 14k white gold dangle decoration with a total gold weight of 5.79GM. The v...

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Navajo Silver Bow Tie Squash Blossom 1930's
Featured in this lot is this Navajo sterling silver and blue gem turquoise bow tie squash blossom, c. 1930's. The necklace features 18 bow tie blossoms with oval cut blue gem turquoise cabochons set into the center of the blossoms; the naga pendant f...

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Navajo Petite Point Turquoise Squash Blossom 1940-
Featured in this lot is this Navajo sterling silver and petite point turquoise squash blossom necklace, circa 1940's - 1950's. There are 12 total blossoms attached to a double stranded, silver beaded chain and a central naga pendant that is inlaid wi...

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c.1788 Hand Hewn & Carved Wood Spinning Wheel
In this lot is a beautiful wooden spinning wheel from 1788. This spinning wheel is made out of Oak and Poplar. The name of the first owner and year is etched into the bottom of the base of the spinning wheel. The name is John Barces and the year that...

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Hodges, Dave (1949 -) "Miniature Buffalo Skull"
Featured in this lot is this bronze sculpture called "Miniature Buffalo Skull" from Montana artist Dave Hodges (born in 1949). This bronze is a miniature buffalo skull sculpture and features the artist's signature on the back of the bronze; it is num...

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Hodges, Dave (1949 - ) "Fleas" Bronze c. 1990
Featured in this lot is this bronze called "Fleas" by Montana artist Dave Hodges (born 1949), circa 1990. The bronze features a coyote scratching itself. The artist's signature can be seen on the bronze portion of the base with a 1990 inscription. Th...

14
Joe De Yong (1894-1975) "Blackfoot Warrior"
Featured in this lot is this original pastel and graphite artwork called "Blackfoot Warrior" from all-around artist Joe Deyong (born 1894 and passed in 1975). This is a beautiful and professionally made pastel and graphite on paper portrait of a Blac...

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Kiowa "Offering to Wakantanka" Painted Hide c 1940
Featured in this lot is this painted hide called "Offering to Wakantanka" from a Kiowa Indian artist. The hide features a scene of a Native American man praying with a peace pipe, offering up prayers to Wakantanka (many tribes' word for the Supreme D...

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Coshocton Anzick Clovis Point 15,000-10,000 BP
Featured in this lot is this Coshocton Anzick Clovis Point from the Paleo Period and aged from 15,000-10,000 B.P. This is a large triangular point with elliptical cross section and an excurvate blade with the tip curving to become almost parallel. It...

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Black Kettle Sioux Fully Beaded Moccasins 1860-70
The lot features a pair of fantastic fully beaded hide moccasins with hard parfleche soles, dating to the third quarter of the 19th Century from the Sioux Native American Indians. The piece has an old museum tag that is marked, "A-5 Black Kettle Siou...

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Cheyenne Beaded Hide Hard Sole Moccasins c. 1880
This is a well-preserved beautiful set of beaded hide moccasins with hard parfleche soles, dating to the fourth quarter of the 19th Century from the Cheyenne Native American Indians. The moccasins are comprised of Indian tanned Great American Bison B...

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Hopi Cottonwood Palhik Mana Kachina Doll c. 1920's
This is an excellent Palhik Mana or Butterfly Maiden Kachina Doll from the Hopi Pueblo Native American Indians dating to circa 1920's. The piece shows the Palhik Mana (Palik Mana), also referred to as the Butterfly Maiden, a kachina spirit in Hopi my...

20
Navajo Yei Rainbow Squash Blossom Necklace C.1950
This is a 1950's era sand cast Navajo Yei Rainbow Man Naja Squash Blossom necklace. The necklace has a unique Rainbow Man Yei Naja with a clip on the back, so it can be moved to different necklaces. The necklace is made up of Navajo pearl and double-...

21
USPS Metal Cabinet & Metal Apothecary Cabinet
For your consideration is this USPS metal cabinet and metal apothecary. This is a collection of good metal/industrial cabinets. The first cabinet shows fourteen open faced cubby holes, ideal for organizing mail. The cabinet is painted blue metal and ...

22
F & L Kahn & Bros F Series No. 312 Stove c. 1890
Featured in this lot is this F series no. 312 Wood stove from F. & L. Kahn & Bros, circa 1890-1894. The stove shows wonderful and professional construction and reads "W. P. McCormick" on the front; "Jointless Ashpit patent app'd for" along the side a...

23
Montana Traditional Wooden Toboggan c. 1920's
Featured in this lot is this Montana traditional wooden toboggan, circa 1920's. This is a good, well-crafted toboggan that can seat four or five and shows the outside plank of the toboggan and a nylon steering line. Toboggans are simple sleds usually...

24
Fine Brass Fireplace Set & Screen c. 1980
Offered in this lot is a set of brass fireplace tools and fireplace screen. These items appear to be from the 1980's. First is a brass fire place cleaning tool set. It has a beautiful design. There is the broom, dust/scoop pan, tongs, and poker along...

25
Hard-Sided Padded Rifle Travel Cases
For your consideration in this lot is a collection of six hard-sided, foam padding rifle travel cases. The first three cases are made by Gun Guard. One case is larger, measuring 52" x 14" x 41/2". The case is in a golden tan and has four latches (two...

26
1st Ed.1890 Stanley's Wonderful Adventures
For your consideration is this first edition of "Stanley's Wonderful Adventures" by J.T. Headley and Willis Fletcher Johnson and published by Hubbard Brothers, Philadelphia, 1890. From the title page: "Twenty years of the most wonderful adventures th...

27
Cheyenne Indians By Grinnell Vol. I-II 1962 1st Ed
Offered in this lot are volumes one and two of "Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Ways of Life" by George Bird Grinnell. The book provides a comprehensive history and explanation of the tribe, including their customs, rituals, beliefs, etc. George ...

28
Plateau Fully Beaded Flat Bag Late-20th Century
This is a nice fully top beaded flat bag on tanned hide from the Plateau Native American Indian region, dating to the late-1900's. The piece is constructed of tanned hide, trade cloth, and canvas with a cardboard stiff backing, a tanned leather fring...

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Vintage Coca-Cola Cavalier Carry-Cooler c. 1940's
Featured in this lot is this vintage Coca-Cola Cavalier Corp. of Chattanooga, TN carry-cooler, circa 1940's. The cooler features a vintage look with two side latches used to lock the cooler shut, a 24-bottle tray inside the cooler, and a drain spout ...

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RARE Collector's 1st Ed. The Red Man's West
Featured in this lot is this 1965 rare collector's first edition copy of "The Red Man's West", selected and edited by Michael S. Kenedy from Montana, The Magazine of Western History. This is a collection of true stories of the frontier Indians. This ...

31
Navajo Tufa Squash Cross of Lorainne Necklace
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver and maroon agate necklace from Navajo artist Kary Begay. The necklace features a wonderfully and professionally handcrafted sterling silver and stamped hollow beaded chain. The necklace pendant features a ...

32
Navajo Jan Mariano Sterling Silver Squash Necklace
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver squash necklace from Navajo artist Jan Mariano. The necklace features a wonderfully and professionally handmade, sterling silver hollow beads with aglets just before the clasp and a sterling silver naga sq...

33
Navajo J Mariano Handmade Sterling Silver Necklace
Featured in this lot is this handmade sterling silver necklace from Navajo artist Jan Mariano. This necklace features a wonderfully and professionally handmade, hollow, sterling silver beaded necklace with silver link chain strung through the beads. ...

34
Navajo Sterling Silver Handmade Squash Blossom
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver, handmade squash blossom necklace signed by Navajo artist PN. The squash blossom necklace features a wonderfully and professionally hand crafted, hollow beaded, single strand with a sterling silver box cha...

35
Navajo Nora Tahe Bill Sterling Silver Bracelet
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver bracelet from Navajo artist Bora Tahe Bill. The bracelet features a heavy sterling silver construction with tooled and stamped geometric patterns to the face of the bracelet. The artist's signature is show...

36
Allen & Wheelock Rare Lipfire Navy Revolver
Featured in this lot is a rare Allen & Wheelock lipfire Navy revolver chambered in .36 caliber. Ethan Allen first granted a patent for his .44 cal lipfire revolver in 1861, but was only able to manufacture revolvers till 1863, when he got a patent in...

37
Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle .44
Included in this lot is a Winchester Model 1873 lever action rifle chambered in .44 caliber and manufactured in 1880. This second model is the classic "Gun That Won the West!". This Winchester displays a 23 1/2" long octagonal barrel with underside m...

38
Colt Model 1848 Baby Dragoon .31 Cal Revolver
Included in this lot is a Colt Model 1848 Baby Dragoon single action black powder revolver chambered in .31 caliber. This example is a Baby Dragoon Model with a 3" barrel chambered in .31 caliber. The Colt 1848 Baby Dragoon was originally made from 1...

39
Civil War Sharps New M1863 .52 Percussion Rifle
This lot features an Unaltered Civil War Sharps New Model 1863 .52 Percussion Rifle. One of the most popular and successful of the cavalry carbines was the Sharps breech loader. Capable of firing a grooved bullet in a combustible black powder loaded ...

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Civil War C.B. Hoard Watertown U.S. 1861 Rifle
The lot features an original Charles Brooks Hoard of Watertown, New York, scarce U.S. Contract Model 1861 percussion rifle-musket. Charles Brooks Hoard received contracts for 70,000 Model 1861 rifle-muskets, but was only able to deliver 12,800 by the...

41
M.T. Knives of Bozeman Rams Horn Damascus Knife
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife showing a Rocky Mountain Rams Horn grip and forged Damascus clip point knife. The blade has been forged from 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon, which is then heat...

42
Yellowstone Grizzly Scrimshaw Damascus M.T. Knives
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife with an excellent, Yellowstone National Park inspired, Grizzly Bear scrimshaw artwork. This knife is truly a work of "Montana" art, as it shows the iconic Grizzly scrimshaw set on...

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Rocky Mountain Rams Horn Damascus Bozeman Knife
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife showing a Rocky Mountain Rams Horn grip and forged Damascus clip point knife. The blade has been forged from 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon, which is then heat...

44
Yellowstone Elk Scrimshaw Damascus M.T. Knives
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife with an excellent, Yellowstone National Park inspired, Bull Elk scrimshaw artwork. This knife is truly a work of "Montana" art as it shows a large standing bull elk set on Buffalo...

45
M.T. Knives Rams Horn & Damascus Hammered Knife
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife showing a Rocky Mountain Rams Horn grip and forged Damascus clip point blade, which shows artful, blacksmith forged hammering at the spine, a truly rustic Montana addition. The bl...

46
20th C. Tin Gun Metal Blue Washed Kettle
For your consideration is this tin, gun metal blue washed, contemporary kettle, circa 20th century. This kettle shows a washed gun metal blue decoration in a semi stripe pattern with a hammered attached side handle, a swivel kettle handle, and a turn...

47
Rustic Alligator Juniper Table Lamps
Featured in this lot is a pair of rustic alligator juniper table lamps. The pair of lamps display alligator juniper construction with wonderful unique figure. The lamps show rustic tan lamp shades with leather accents. The lamps would make a wonderfu...

48
Scott Centric 9ft S4S 906/4 3.8oz 4pc Fly Rod
Featured in this lot is this Scott Centric 9-foot S4S 906/4 3.8oz four-piece fly rod. This fly rod boasts a four-piece construction with an efficiently made-to-deliver cutting edge level of stability, while giving anglers a ton of feedback through th...

49
WWII U.S. Army Wool Medical Blanket 1939-44
Offered in this lot for your consideration is an antique wool Army medical blanket 1939-44. This is a WWII U.S. Army wool blanket. The blanket is marked "M.D. U.S. Army" and was used by the Medical Department during the war. The blanket is an off-whi...

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WWII U.S. Navy Wool Medical Blanket 1939-44
Offered in this lot for your consideration is an antique wool Navy medical blanket 1939-44. This is a WWII U.S. Navy wool blanket. The blanket is marked "U.S. Navy" and was used by the Medical Department during the war. The blanket is an off-white co...

51
Speer Bullets Ordinance Display Advertisement
Featured in this lot is this Speer Bullets ordinance display advertisement. In 1943, Vernon Speer started building bullets because reloaders couldn't get the components they needed from ammo companies during World War II. The company was, and still i...

52
Sierra Bullets Ordinance Display Advertisement
Featured in this lot is this Nosler "Premium Big Game Bullets" ordinance display advertisement, founded in 1948. The display shows a beautiful display of bullets with a picture of a bull moose. The company was founded in 1948 by John Amos Nosler. Whi...

53
Columbian Garden, Butte Hubbell Acorn Lamp
Included in this lot is a Hubbell acorn lamp from the Columbian Gardens in Butte, Montana. Hubbell was founded by Harvey Hubbell as a proprietorship in 1888, and was incorporated in Connecticut in 1905. It is ranked 577 by the fortune group. The comp...

54
Columbian Garden, Butte Hubbell Acorn Lamp
Included in this lot is a Hubbell acorn lamp from the Columbian Gardens in Butte, Montana. Hubbell was founded by Harvey Hubbell as a proprietorship in 1888 and was incorporated in Connecticut in 1905. It is ranked 577 by the fortune group. The compa...

55
R.L. Winston Rod Co. 9' #4 IM6 2 5/8oz 2pc Fly Rod
Featured in this lot is this R.L. Winston Rod Co. 9' #4 IM6 2 5/8oz. two-piece fly rod. This is a Graphite rod in two pieces with a medium action and spigot ferrules with a nickel silver and teak insert real seat with versatile all water trout applic...

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Excellent Emerald Diamond & 18k Yellow Gold Ring
Featured in this lot is this excellent emerald, diamond, and 18k yellow gold ring with GIA and SGL paperwork. The ring features a tested, stamped, and polished 18k yellow gold ring band with a large surface area ring band. The ring is marked with an ...

57
Pristine 5.04ct Tanzanite Diamond & Platinum Ring
Featured in this lot is this pristine 5.04 carat tanzanite, diamond, and platinum ring with AIGL paperwork. The ring features a polished, stamped, and tested platinum ring with a bright finish and is stamped 'Orianne' and PT950'. The ring features an...

58
Vintage Cluster 2.67ct Brown Diamond 14k Earrings
Featured in this lot is this pair of vintage cluster, 2.67ct brown diamond and 14k rose gold earrings. The earrings show a pair of wonderfully crafted 14k rose gold design with a lever back clasp and a total gold weight of 4.34GM. The vintage round c...

59
Navajo Old Crystal Eye Dazzler Trade Rug c. 1930's
Featured in this lot is this Navajo Old Crystal Eye Dazzler trade rug, circa 1930's. Originally the Old Crystal trading post was established in 1894, in a remote part of the Navajo Reservation southwest of Two Grey Hills and northwest of Gallup. In 1...

60
Navajo V. J. Platero Sterling Silver Concho Belt
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver concho belt from Navajo artist Vincent J. Platero, circa 1930's. There are fourteen smaller rectangular conchos and a larger concho buckle with embossed and tooled surfaces to the face of the conchos. The ...

61
Original Paul Frankel Pretzel Rattan Couch c 1960s
Featured in this lot is this original Paul Frankel pretzel rattan lounge couch, circa 1960's. The couch is segmented with four total segments and features a seat and cushion for every segment (a total of eight cushions). The pattern of the cushions i...

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Original Paul Frankel Pretzel Rattan Armrests 1960
Featured in this lot is this pair of original Paul Frankel pretzel rattan armrests, circa 1960's. There are two chairs in this collection with seats and cushion for each chair. The cushions show design consistent with 1960's geometric patterns. The f...

63
Speer Bullets Wells Fargo Display Advertisement
Featured in this lot is this Speer Bullets ordinance display advertisement. This display shows two men on a Wells Fargo stage Coach. In 1943, Vernon Speer started building bullets because reloaders couldn't get the components they needed from ammo co...

64
Large Frederic Remington (1861-1909) Wicked Pony
Featured in this lot is this bronze called "Wicked Pony," circa after Frederic Remington born 1861 and passed in 1909. Wicked Pony shows a cowboy that had been thrown from a rank tempered bronco. Inspired by a real-life event, this Remington bronze s...

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Large Frederic Remington (1861-1909) Bronco Buster
Featured in this lot is this bronze called "Bronco Buster" by Frederic Remington and considered "After Remington", who was born 1861 and passed in 1909. This sculpture features a cowboy riding a rank bronco and wearing cow puncher batwing chaps. The ...

66
1st Ed Journals of the Expedition of Lewis & Clark
For your consideration is this first edition of volume I and II of "The Journals of the Expedition Under the Command of Capt.'s Lewis and Clark: to the Sources of the Missouri, thence across the Rocky Mountains and down the river Columbia to the Paci...

67
Personal Recollections General Miles 1896 1st Ed
Offered in this lot is an 1896 first edition printing of "Personal Recollections and Observations of General Nelson A. Miles" with illustrations from Frederic Remington. General Nelson A. Miles served his country with distinction for forty-two years....

68
Hudson Bay Two Point Wool Trade Blanket
Offered in this lot is a wonderful two-point Hudson Bay trade blanket. The number of points indicates the size of the blanket. Although the points were not originally assigned a value to the blanket, over time, traders used the points to determine ho...

69
Navajo Crystal Eye Dazzler Trading Post Rug c.1950
Featured in this is this Navajo crystal eye dazzler trading post rug, c. 1950's. Originally, the Old Crystal trading post was established in 1894 in a remote part of the Navajo Reservation, southwest of Two Grey Hills and northwest of Gallup. In 1896...

70
Ganado Hubbell Crosses Morning Star by Pedro Sosa
This is an excellent, hand woven, flat weave rug by master weaver, Pedro Sosa. It was made using 100% soft, fine, hand spun wool in an amazing, Ganado Hubbell Crosses Morning Star pattern. The rug was hand woven with a tight weave using 100%, locally...

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RARE Colt Model 1878 Frontier Sheriff's Model 4"B
Featured in this lot is a Colt 1878 Double Action Frontier revolver in .45 Colt caliber with an exceedingly rare 4" barrel variation made without ejector housing. This revolver is one of only 290 Model 1878s manufactured with a 4" barrel and blue fin...

72
Spencer Model 1865 Repeating Saddle Ring Carbine
For your consideration is a Spencer Model 1865 .52 RF repeating saddle ring carbine. This carbine features a fixed blade front sight and 22" round barrel chambered in 52 RF. The top of the barrel is marked "SPENCER RIFLE Co." in faded lettering, with...

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Colt Model 1849 Single Action Pocket Revolver
Included in this lot is a Colt Model 1849 single action percussion cap pocket revolver chambered in .31 caliber. This is a fine, original example .31 caliber, five-shot revolver that found favor with officers and enlisted men as personal weapons duri...

74
Colt Model 1855 Root Fluted Cyl. Silver Revolver
This is a scarce Colt Model 1855 Root Side Hammer Pocket Revolver with fluted cylinder chambered in .31 caliber with a silver-plated presentation finish, manufactured in 1856. The Colt Model 1855 Sidehammer, also known as the Colt Root Revolvernamed ...

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American Standard Tool Co. Spur Trigger Revolver
This is an excellent 19th Century Antique spur trigger, sterling silver plated brass frame, factory engraved presentation revolver from American Standard Tool Company, chambered in .22 caliber. The piece has an upward swing out breech loading barrel ...

76
Fabyan Knife Co. Bone Handle Dagger & Scabbard
Featured in this lot is this Fabyan Knife Co. bone handle dagger and scabbard with the original knife case. The dagger features a double-edged hardened steel blade with a bone and bolsters. The ricasso is marked "Fabyan Knife Co. Sheffield England". ...

77
M.T. Knives of Bozeman Rams Horn Damascus Knife
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife showing a Rocky Mountain Rams Horn grip and forged Damascus camp drop point knife. The blade has been forged from 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon, which is then...

78
7th Cavalry Flag Scrimshaw Damascus M.T. Knives
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife with an excellent 7th Cavalry flag scrimshaw artwork. The blade has been forged from 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon, which is then heated and folded into 396 l...

79
M.T. Knives of Bozeman Rams Horn Damascus Knife
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife showing a Rocky Mountain Rams Horn grip and forged Damascus clip point knife. The blade has been forged from 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon, which is then heat...

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M.T. Knives Buffalo Bill Signature Damascus Knife
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana drop point knife with an excellent scrimshaw Buffalo Bill signature. The blade has been forged from 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon, which is then heated and folded i...

81
Navajo Mitchell Silver & Turquoise Squash Blossom
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver and Kingman turquoise squash blossom necklace from Navajo artist Gerald Mitchell. This is a beautifully and professionally handmade squash blossom necklace with 12 blossoms on the double string, handmade s...

82
Navajo Gerald Mitchell Sterling Silver Earrings
Featured in this lot is this pair of handmade sterling silver earrings from Navajo artist Gerald Mitchell. The earrings feature wonderfully and professionally crafted handmade sterling silver construction with six total hollow beads and hook earring ...

83
Navajo Rick Enriquez Sterling Silver Bracelet
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver bracelet from Navajo artist Rick Enriquez. The bracelet features a beautifully and professionally crafted sterling silver construction with rising sun stamps and geometric patterns tooled into the face of ...

84
The Foreman of JA6 1st edt.1911 By E. Joy Johnson
In this lot is a first edition of "The Foreman of the JA6" by E. Joy Johnson, published in 1911. Edith Hancock Johnson (1876 1946), who wrote under the pen-name of E. Joy Johnson, was an American novelist of the early 20th century. Before marrying, ...

85
OUTSTANDING Navajo Randy Begay Jr Squash Blossom
Featured in this lot is what is considered the finest completely hand-crafted example of squash blossom currently offered on the public market. The piece is from master silversmith Randy Begay Jr., son to renowned Randy Begay, and features a complete...

86
1800-1900's Inuit or Yupik Bone Snow Goggles
Featured in this lot is this Alaskan Eskimo Inuit or Yupik snow caribou scapula bone goggles, circa late 1800 to early 1900's. The goggles are constructed from Caribou scapula and show decorative carvings around the eye slits and around the border of...

87
Lakota Sioux Polychrome Courting Flute c. 1900
This is an excellent, scarcely seen, and authentic carved wood polychrome mineral painted courting flute from the Lakota Sioux Native American Indians, dating to circa 1900. The piece shows a solid softwood construction with traditional pattern, show...

88
Lakota Sioux Quilled & Beaded Pipe Bag Large c1875
This is an excellent, very large Indian hide, beaded and quilled pipe bag from the Lakota Sioux Native American Indians dating to the third-quarter of the 19th Century. This circa-1875 bag shows an Indian tanned hide construction sinew sewn with 1800...

89
Cheyenne Quilled & Beaded Elaborate Pipe Bag c1890
The lot features a phenomenal Indian hide quillwork and beadwork pipe bag from the Cheyenne Native American Indians, dating to the late 19th Century. The bag shows an Indian tanned hide with dark patina coloring, all sinew sewn with 1800's period cor...

90
Northern Plains Stylized-Cutout Pipe Tomahawk 1880
The lot features a terrific circa 1880 Northern Plains Pipe Tomahawk with unusual and scarce stylized double cutout in the center of the blade. The tomahawk head features a 12-inch-long blacksmith hand-forged iron head with two unique, stylized doubl...

91
Navajo Old Crystal Trading Post Rug circa 1910 -
Featured in this lot is this Navajo Old Style Crystal rug, circa 1900. The rug shows a wonderfully and traditionally woven Old Crystal design with a light brown field and multiple spirit lines throughout. The rug features a unique Old Crystal Style b...

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January New Year Western, Native American Auction
 Live Auction w/Online Bidding
Sale Date(s)
Saturday Jan 15, 2022 Completed
Sale Location

Bozeman, MT 59715
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The Auction Co. also holds the right to terminate the purchase for any 37 reason, even in the 38 event the bidder was given notice that he/she is the high bidder and purchaser, the bidder agrees that the Auction Co. may terminate the purchase or agreement, in which case the Auction Co.'s only liability shall be the return of the highest bid amount the buyer paid with exception to any and all extra cost including but not limited to buyer's premium and shipping. 7. Consent to Suit in Montana: In the event of legal proceedings arising from this contract or from the auction in connection therewith, the Buyer consents to being subject to the personal jurisdiction of the courts of the State of Montana. A Buyer also agrees and gives consent that venue shall be in Gallatin County, Montana and that the laws of the State of Montana shall govern this Agreement and the parties' transaction hereunder. 8. 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The Buyer does not hold the Auction Co. liable for any damages or alternations made to the property after or during the announced removal period. If for any reason the Buyer fails to remove any of the merchandise purchased within the time specified, the Auction Co. shall have the right, in its sole discretion, to resell, discard, or remove and store said property at the Buyers sole risk and expense. Auction Co. may impose, and the Buyer agrees to pay, a 1.5% late charge added to the invoice and any storage expense in the event the items are not removed from the premises in the announced period, auction day Buyer agrees that paying any and all outstanding balances with the Auction Co. does not in any way relinquish them from any late fees or storage charges in the event the item has failed to be removed within the announced time. Storage fees will be charged to all items that have not been removed from the auction premise after the last item is sold on the day of the auction. Storage fees will be charged as follows, $10 per day, per item in additional to all and any additional cost including, but not limited to a late fee. In the event the storage cost and late fees have exceeded the items hammer price, excluding buyer's premium, the items will be considered abandoned and the Auction Co. will have sole possession of any and all items. The buyer agrees that any and all storage expenses and late fees are the sole responsibility of the buyer. 10. Titled Property: Buyers will be responsible for procurement of any plates and payment of taxes in their county and/or state of residence on all titled property. Titles will be released by the Auction Co. to the Buyer on the day of sale if the property is paid in full by Cash, Credit Card, or Wire Transfer. Payment 3 | P a g e made by Personal or Company Checks will result in the Auction Co. holding the title for 75 a minimum of 10 days or until the check clears, at which point the Auction Co. will release the title. 11. PAYMENT: All items must be paid in full prior to the removal of purchased or won lots. Auction Co. does not accept partial payments. Invoices are payable by cashier's check, cash or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, & American Express). North American Auction Company reserve the right to require payment on any invoice by wire transfer. All invoices over $4,000.00 must be paid by wire transfer. Do not bid if you are unable to pay invoices over $4,000.00 by wire transfer. Payment may also be made by Personal and Company In-State (Montana only) checks, out of state checks will not be accepted. All payments must be in U.S. Funds. No out of country (non-U.S.A.) checks accepted. Auction Co. reserves the right to charge the bidders credit card if the balance is not paid. 12. Packing and Shipping: Auction Co. is not responsible for the act or omission in our packing or shipping of purchased lots or for other carriers or packers of purchased lots, whether or not recommended by our company. Packing and handling of purchased lots is at the entire risk of the purchaser. B. Conditions of Sale of Firearms. 1. Any persons who desire to become a Bidder on any firearms are required to be 18 years of age for any long gun and 21 years of age for any hand gun. Auction Co. is a licensed and practicing Federal Firearms Licensed (FFL) dealer. Any Bidders who desire to bid on and purchase any firearms in our auctions cannot have been convicted of a felony, have any restraining orders, or have any reason that they would not pass a NICS FFL Background Check. Auction Co. holds the right to run a NICS FFL Background check on any purchaser. If the Bidder on a long gun is a current resident with correct identification from the states of Wyoming, Idaho, North Dakota, or South Dakota and are attending the auction, the purchaser can take possession of the long gun at checkout, only if the Bidder is approved by the NICS FFL Background Check. If the Bidder is successful on a hand gun and in any state other than Montana the firearm will be shipped to a Federal Firearm Licensed Dealer of your choosing nearest your residence. The Buyer agrees to take sole responsibility for shipping of any firearms, including the delivery of the FFL License of your choosing to the Auction Co. and all shipping/handling expenses. C. Conditions of Sale: Bidding 1. Live Bidding: The auction event will be held on site located at 4370 3th Street Bozeman, MT 59715 live onsite bidding will be available. onsite bidding is the most reliable and successful way to bid at our auction. Auction Co. advises any serious bidders to come to the live event as this will ensure the easiest transaction and give the Bidder the best opportunity to express their bids. 2. Telephone Bidding: Auction Co. offers Telephone Live Bidding for the auction event. Bidders wishing to be a telephone bidder at the time an item is being sold must contact the Auction Co. in advance to make arrangements. The bidder must contact the Auction Co. no later than 2:00 p.m. Mountain Time Zone the day preceding the sale to make arrangements to bid via telephone. If a bidder contacts Auction Co. after 2:00 p.m. Mountain Time Zone the day preceding the sale, Auction Co. cannot guarantee that the bidder's bids will be executed. Bidders are required to fill out the "Phone Bidder Request Form" 4 | P a g e located on our website under the Phone Bidding tab. Once the bidder has filled out 112 the Phone Bidder Request Form completely the auction company will then send the bidder the Telephone Bidder Terms of Service Document. Bidders understand that the Auction Co. is not responsible for any lost information or inability to contact the Bidder and that any form filled out on the Auction Co. website other than the Phone Bidder Request form will not be an acceptable request for phone bidding. The Bidder is then required to sign, scan, and email back the Telephone Bidder Terms of Service Document. Bidders can also fax the Telephone Bidder Terms of Service Document to Auction Co. at 800-686-4216. Once the document has been received by the Auction Co. then the Bidder will be entered into the Auction Co. system as a phone bidder. Auction Co. will then have a representative contact you on the telephone number the bidder has given the Auction Co. a few minutes or when the item is being sold. The Bidder can then tell the Auction Co. representative to bid on the bidder's behalf. Telephone bidders may also leave Phone Bidder Absentee Bids with the Auction Co. representative. Phone Bidder Absentee Bids are a verbal or written request to the Auction Co. representative to leave a max bid amount for the representative to bid on behalf of the Bidder. Bidders understand and acknowledge that the Auction Co. is not held responsible for any and all damages resulting in but not limited to the loss of telephone bidder's bids, misunderstanding of the bidder's amount, missed calls due to bad telephone connection. By becoming a telephone bidder, her/she understands and acknowledges they are taking on sole risk of any and all damages resulting in the telephone bidding. Telephone bidders also understand that any bid the representative places on behalf of the bidder is a guarantee of purchase and that the bidder agrees to purchase any items won on behalf of the Auction Co. representative at the representative's highest accepted bid. . Absentee Bidding: Auction Co. offers bidders absentee bidding approval to bid and that the Auction Co. has the right to refuse or decline any bidder without limitation. If the bidder is not able to bid live online or live onsite at the auction event the Auction Co. advises the bidder to leave the maximum bid amount the bidder is willing to spend on any given item. Bidding on any item indicates your acceptance of these terms and all other terms, written posted, or announced at the time of sale whether bidding in person, through a representative, by phone, by internet, or other absentee bid. All bids placed with the Auction Co. whether in person, through a representative, by phone, by internet, or by absentee bid are taken in full confidence and will not be shared or used incorrectly (Auction Co. DOES NOT bid on behalf of the consignor or share with any persons the confidential bids placed by any persons). Auction Co. will not be responsible for any errors or failures to execute bids placed (via absentee bidding without limitation including in person, through a representative, by phone, by internet, or other absentee bid) including without limitation, errors or failures caused by (i) a loss of connection to the internet or to any hosted software platforms; (ii) a breakdown or technical problem with any of the hosted software platforms; (iii) a breakdown or problem with a client's internet connection, mobile network or computer; (iv) the failure to relay the bids placed for any reason without limitation due to the hectic nature of the live auction event. Auction Co. is not responsible for any failure to execute an online bid or for any errors or omissions in connection therewith. Online bidding via all hosted internet platforms will be recorded. All bidding is subject to approval by the Auction Co. and Auction Co. Auctioneer representative at the live auction event. Auction Co. holds the right to refuse or decline or accept in any order the bids presented to the Auctioneer at the time of the live event. Bidders understand that all bids placed are considered and executed as Competitive Bidding. Competitive Bidding is allowing the Auction Co. to start the bid at the amount the Auctioneer will accept a bid regardless of any bidder's maximum bid. understand that due to the hectic nature of the live auction event that the Auction Co. and Auctioneer will not take into account the date at which any bid was placed (Example No.1: If the Auctioneer is asking all bidders for a $1,000 bid and a live onsite bidder in person, a bidder through representative, a telephone bidder, an internet live bidder from all of the five available hosted platforms, and an absentee bidder all at the exact same time bid $1,000, the Auctioneer will award the high bid solely at his discretion without limitations. Example No. 2: A bidder number 1 left an absentee bid of $1,000 on a lot. The auction event is in processes and the bidder number 1 is the highest accepted bid at $100 and the Auctioneer according to his sole discretion sets the bidding increments at $100 and then continues to call bids. The bidder number 1 is then accepted as the highest bidder at $900 and the Auctioneer ask for $1,000 and accept the bid from another bidder, bidder number 2, at $1,000. The Auctioneer then calls for any more bids at $1,100 and then sells the item to the bidder number 2. Since the original bidder, bidder number 1, was accepted at $900 and the Auctioneer has chosen $100 increments the next accepted bid must be $1,000 and bidder number 1 cannot bid again as the Auctioneer already has accepted his bid at $900. When the Auctioneer calls for $1,100 bidder number 1 no longer will show the Auction Co. representative any available bids and the item will be sold to bidder number 2). Auction Co. is not liable for any damages or responsible for selling the item to another bidder at your maximum bid amount without limitation. . By registering to bid or/and bidding on any item this indicates the bidder's acceptance of these terms and all other terms printed within, posted, and announced at the time of sale whether bidding in person, through a representative, by phone, by internet, or other absentee bid. Auction Co. advises 6 | P a g e any persons who does not fully understand and acknowledge the terms written herewith 206 to refrain from bidding in any manner. All bids left are an acknowledgement and agreement of these terms and a guarantee for all payment invoices on any successful or purchased lots including any additional expenses including but not limited to buyer's premium and storage cost and late fees when applicable. Signature: ___________________________________________ Date: Print name: __________________________________________ Date:
North American is proud to invite you to our January 15th, 2022, Live and Online Western Antique Auction. The sale has nearly 750 items of rarity including outstanding historic Western Art, Montana History, Western Antiques, American Indian Beadwork and Weapons along with Navajo and Zuni Jewelry, Navajo Rugs, Art and Luxury Diamond and Precious Gemstone Jewelry. This will be a LIVE Auction with Online Live Bidding along with Absentee and Phone Bidding. The auction will include a Live In-Person bidding with free lunch at our Auction Gallery. Come out and support your local Montana auction house and bid in-person or bid online from the convenience of your home. Preview Friday January 14th from 10-5pm Mountain Time at 34156 E Frontage Rd. Bozeman, MT 59715. Call Mark at 800-686-4216 ext. 3 for preview appointment or info. Auction Saturday January 15th beginning at 9am Mountain Time located at our Auction Gallery 34156 E Frontage Rd. Bozeman, MT 59715. Invoices will be sent the Sunday to Monday following the sale with a link to pay, pick up info and wire transfer information. All items will be available for shipment and / or pickup starting the Monday following the sale. No online pickup on the day of sale unless previously cleared with the Auctioneer. In-person buyers are able to pickup the day of the sale once cleared by the Auctioneer. Thanks for 10 years of supporting our Bozeman family owned and operated local business. We look forward to seeing you in-person and online. NorthAmericanAuctionCompany.com Ph: 800-686-4216 Email: info@northamericanauctioncompany.com

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Navajo HUGE Squash Blossom Necklace by S. Cayatino
Featured in this lot is a hand crafted Navajo Native American sterling silver and sleeping beauty turquoise squash blossom necklace by master silversmith Shawn Cayatino. The necklace displays sterling silver construction with eight pendants and a lar...

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Navajo Sterling Silver & Turquoise Signed Earrings
Featured in this lot is a pair of Navajo Native American sterling silver and turquoise signed earrings. The earrings display thick sterling silver construction with tooled geometric vine designs across the face of the earrings. The center of each pie...

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Navajo Repousse White Buffalo Sterling Cuff D.G.
This is an excellent, large, sterling silver, hand worked repousse bracelet cuff set with an amazing rare White Buffalo Turquoise stone from Navajo master silversmith D. Gordon. The piece shows a wide, highly worked, repousse stamped Old Pawn Vintage...

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Plateau Fully Beaded Medallion Necklace & Pin 20th
The lot features two pieces, a rosette medallion necklace and pin, fully beaded from the Plateau Native American Indian region and dating to the late-1900's. The first is a round rosette medallion of tanned hide leather with canvas trade cloth comple...

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Navajo Jeff James Sonoran Gold Turquoise Necklace
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver and Sonoran gold turquoise necklace from Navajo artist Jeff James. This necklace features handmade sterling silver hollow beads and features a large, heavy, beautifully crafted sterling silver pendant with...

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Opulent Emerald Diamond & 18k White Gold Ring
Featured in this lot is this opulent emerald, diamond, and 18k white gold ring with AIGL paperwork. This ring features a polished, stamped, and tested 18k white gold construction with a bright finish and beautiful lattice under gallery; it is marked ...

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3.66ct Tanzanite Diamond & 18k White Gold Ring
Featured in this lot is this 3.66 carat tanzanite diamond and 18k white gold ring with IAS paperwork. This ring features a tested, polished, and stamped 18k gold lady's, custom-made, triple shoulder ring band with an 'Orianne' hallmark next to a 18k ...

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Vintage Estate 2.73 ct Diamond 14K Dangle Earrings
Featured in this lot is this pair of vintage estate, 2.73 carat brown and white diamond, 14k white gold dangle earrings. The earrings show an opulent and wonderfully decorated 14k white gold dangle decoration with a total gold weight of 5.79GM. The v...

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Navajo Silver Bow Tie Squash Blossom 1930's
Featured in this lot is this Navajo sterling silver and blue gem turquoise bow tie squash blossom, c. 1930's. The necklace features 18 bow tie blossoms with oval cut blue gem turquoise cabochons set into the center of the blossoms; the naga pendant f...

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Navajo Petite Point Turquoise Squash Blossom 1940-
Featured in this lot is this Navajo sterling silver and petite point turquoise squash blossom necklace, circa 1940's - 1950's. There are 12 total blossoms attached to a double stranded, silver beaded chain and a central naga pendant that is inlaid wi...

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c.1788 Hand Hewn & Carved Wood Spinning Wheel
In this lot is a beautiful wooden spinning wheel from 1788. This spinning wheel is made out of Oak and Poplar. The name of the first owner and year is etched into the bottom of the base of the spinning wheel. The name is John Barces and the year that...

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Hodges, Dave (1949 -) "Miniature Buffalo Skull"
Featured in this lot is this bronze sculpture called "Miniature Buffalo Skull" from Montana artist Dave Hodges (born in 1949). This bronze is a miniature buffalo skull sculpture and features the artist's signature on the back of the bronze; it is num...

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Hodges, Dave (1949 - ) "Fleas" Bronze c. 1990
Featured in this lot is this bronze called "Fleas" by Montana artist Dave Hodges (born 1949), circa 1990. The bronze features a coyote scratching itself. The artist's signature can be seen on the bronze portion of the base with a 1990 inscription. Th...

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Joe De Yong (1894-1975) "Blackfoot Warrior"
Featured in this lot is this original pastel and graphite artwork called "Blackfoot Warrior" from all-around artist Joe Deyong (born 1894 and passed in 1975). This is a beautiful and professionally made pastel and graphite on paper portrait of a Blac...

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Kiowa "Offering to Wakantanka" Painted Hide c 1940
Featured in this lot is this painted hide called "Offering to Wakantanka" from a Kiowa Indian artist. The hide features a scene of a Native American man praying with a peace pipe, offering up prayers to Wakantanka (many tribes' word for the Supreme D...

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Coshocton Anzick Clovis Point 15,000-10,000 BP
Featured in this lot is this Coshocton Anzick Clovis Point from the Paleo Period and aged from 15,000-10,000 B.P. This is a large triangular point with elliptical cross section and an excurvate blade with the tip curving to become almost parallel. It...

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Black Kettle Sioux Fully Beaded Moccasins 1860-70
The lot features a pair of fantastic fully beaded hide moccasins with hard parfleche soles, dating to the third quarter of the 19th Century from the Sioux Native American Indians. The piece has an old museum tag that is marked, "A-5 Black Kettle Siou...

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Cheyenne Beaded Hide Hard Sole Moccasins c. 1880
This is a well-preserved beautiful set of beaded hide moccasins with hard parfleche soles, dating to the fourth quarter of the 19th Century from the Cheyenne Native American Indians. The moccasins are comprised of Indian tanned Great American Bison B...

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Hopi Cottonwood Palhik Mana Kachina Doll c. 1920's
This is an excellent Palhik Mana or Butterfly Maiden Kachina Doll from the Hopi Pueblo Native American Indians dating to circa 1920's. The piece shows the Palhik Mana (Palik Mana), also referred to as the Butterfly Maiden, a kachina spirit in Hopi my...

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Navajo Yei Rainbow Squash Blossom Necklace C.1950
This is a 1950's era sand cast Navajo Yei Rainbow Man Naja Squash Blossom necklace. The necklace has a unique Rainbow Man Yei Naja with a clip on the back, so it can be moved to different necklaces. The necklace is made up of Navajo pearl and double-...

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USPS Metal Cabinet & Metal Apothecary Cabinet
For your consideration is this USPS metal cabinet and metal apothecary. This is a collection of good metal/industrial cabinets. The first cabinet shows fourteen open faced cubby holes, ideal for organizing mail. The cabinet is painted blue metal and ...

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F & L Kahn & Bros F Series No. 312 Stove c. 1890
Featured in this lot is this F series no. 312 Wood stove from F. & L. Kahn & Bros, circa 1890-1894. The stove shows wonderful and professional construction and reads "W. P. McCormick" on the front; "Jointless Ashpit patent app'd for" along the side a...

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Montana Traditional Wooden Toboggan c. 1920's
Featured in this lot is this Montana traditional wooden toboggan, circa 1920's. This is a good, well-crafted toboggan that can seat four or five and shows the outside plank of the toboggan and a nylon steering line. Toboggans are simple sleds usually...

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Fine Brass Fireplace Set & Screen c. 1980
Offered in this lot is a set of brass fireplace tools and fireplace screen. These items appear to be from the 1980's. First is a brass fire place cleaning tool set. It has a beautiful design. There is the broom, dust/scoop pan, tongs, and poker along...

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Hard-Sided Padded Rifle Travel Cases
For your consideration in this lot is a collection of six hard-sided, foam padding rifle travel cases. The first three cases are made by Gun Guard. One case is larger, measuring 52" x 14" x 41/2". The case is in a golden tan and has four latches (two...

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1st Ed.1890 Stanley's Wonderful Adventures
For your consideration is this first edition of "Stanley's Wonderful Adventures" by J.T. Headley and Willis Fletcher Johnson and published by Hubbard Brothers, Philadelphia, 1890. From the title page: "Twenty years of the most wonderful adventures th...

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Cheyenne Indians By Grinnell Vol. I-II 1962 1st Ed
Offered in this lot are volumes one and two of "Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Ways of Life" by George Bird Grinnell. The book provides a comprehensive history and explanation of the tribe, including their customs, rituals, beliefs, etc. George ...

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Plateau Fully Beaded Flat Bag Late-20th Century
This is a nice fully top beaded flat bag on tanned hide from the Plateau Native American Indian region, dating to the late-1900's. The piece is constructed of tanned hide, trade cloth, and canvas with a cardboard stiff backing, a tanned leather fring...

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Vintage Coca-Cola Cavalier Carry-Cooler c. 1940's
Featured in this lot is this vintage Coca-Cola Cavalier Corp. of Chattanooga, TN carry-cooler, circa 1940's. The cooler features a vintage look with two side latches used to lock the cooler shut, a 24-bottle tray inside the cooler, and a drain spout ...

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RARE Collector's 1st Ed. The Red Man's West
Featured in this lot is this 1965 rare collector's first edition copy of "The Red Man's West", selected and edited by Michael S. Kenedy from Montana, The Magazine of Western History. This is a collection of true stories of the frontier Indians. This ...

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Navajo Tufa Squash Cross of Lorainne Necklace
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver and maroon agate necklace from Navajo artist Kary Begay. The necklace features a wonderfully and professionally handcrafted sterling silver and stamped hollow beaded chain. The necklace pendant features a ...

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Navajo Jan Mariano Sterling Silver Squash Necklace
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver squash necklace from Navajo artist Jan Mariano. The necklace features a wonderfully and professionally handmade, sterling silver hollow beads with aglets just before the clasp and a sterling silver naga sq...

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Navajo J Mariano Handmade Sterling Silver Necklace
Featured in this lot is this handmade sterling silver necklace from Navajo artist Jan Mariano. This necklace features a wonderfully and professionally handmade, hollow, sterling silver beaded necklace with silver link chain strung through the beads. ...

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Navajo Sterling Silver Handmade Squash Blossom
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver, handmade squash blossom necklace signed by Navajo artist PN. The squash blossom necklace features a wonderfully and professionally hand crafted, hollow beaded, single strand with a sterling silver box cha...

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Navajo Nora Tahe Bill Sterling Silver Bracelet
Featured in this lot is this sterling silver bracelet from Navajo artist Bora Tahe Bill. The bracelet features a heavy sterling silver construction with tooled and stamped geometric patterns to the face of the bracelet. The artist's signature is show...

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Allen & Wheelock Rare Lipfire Navy Revolver
Featured in this lot is a rare Allen & Wheelock lipfire Navy revolver chambered in .36 caliber. Ethan Allen first granted a patent for his .44 cal lipfire revolver in 1861, but was only able to manufacture revolvers till 1863, when he got a patent in...

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Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle .44
Included in this lot is a Winchester Model 1873 lever action rifle chambered in .44 caliber and manufactured in 1880. This second model is the classic "Gun That Won the West!". This Winchester displays a 23 1/2" long octagonal barrel with underside m...

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Colt Model 1848 Baby Dragoon .31 Cal Revolver
Included in this lot is a Colt Model 1848 Baby Dragoon single action black powder revolver chambered in .31 caliber. This example is a Baby Dragoon Model with a 3" barrel chambered in .31 caliber. The Colt 1848 Baby Dragoon was originally made from 1...

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Civil War Sharps New M1863 .52 Percussion Rifle
This lot features an Unaltered Civil War Sharps New Model 1863 .52 Percussion Rifle. One of the most popular and successful of the cavalry carbines was the Sharps breech loader. Capable of firing a grooved bullet in a combustible black powder loaded ...

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Civil War C.B. Hoard Watertown U.S. 1861 Rifle
The lot features an original Charles Brooks Hoard of Watertown, New York, scarce U.S. Contract Model 1861 percussion rifle-musket. Charles Brooks Hoard received contracts for 70,000 Model 1861 rifle-muskets, but was only able to deliver 12,800 by the...

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M.T. Knives of Bozeman Rams Horn Damascus Knife
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife showing a Rocky Mountain Rams Horn grip and forged Damascus clip point knife. The blade has been forged from 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon, which is then heat...

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Yellowstone Grizzly Scrimshaw Damascus M.T. Knives
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife with an excellent, Yellowstone National Park inspired, Grizzly Bear scrimshaw artwork. This knife is truly a work of "Montana" art, as it shows the iconic Grizzly scrimshaw set on...

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Rocky Mountain Rams Horn Damascus Bozeman Knife
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife showing a Rocky Mountain Rams Horn grip and forged Damascus clip point knife. The blade has been forged from 1095HC (High Carbon) steel and 15N20 Nickel Carbon, which is then heat...

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Yellowstone Elk Scrimshaw Damascus M.T. Knives
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife with an excellent, Yellowstone National Park inspired, Bull Elk scrimshaw artwork. This knife is truly a work of "Montana" art as it shows a large standing bull elk set on Buffalo...

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M.T. Knives Rams Horn & Damascus Hammered Knife
This is an original Montana Territory Knives of Bozeman, Montana knife showing a Rocky Mountain Rams Horn grip and forged Damascus clip point blade, which shows artful, blacksmith forged hammering at the spine, a truly rustic Montana addition. The bl...

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