American Indian & Western Art:Premier Auction 2019-04-05 Auction - 430 Price Results - Cowan's Auctions in OH
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A Magnificent Porphyry Popeye Fantail Birdstone, FromNavajo Second Phase Chief's Blanket / RugAssiniboine Beaded Hide Shirt
DoneApr 05, 2019 5:32 PM EDT
Cincinnati, OH, United States
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American Indian & Western Art:Premier Auction

A large auction of over 450 lots, featuring the Southwest Collection of Harriet and Seymour Koenig Collection, NY. Highlights of the sale also include a Dance Stick by Joseph No Two Horns (Lakota, 1852-1942), Winter Count by High Dog (Lakota, 19th / 20th century), a Delaware/ Ottawa Black-tanned Hide Bag, a Tsimshian Carved Staff, a gouache entitled In Luck, by Henry Farny (American, 1847-1916), a heavily documented Porphyry Popeye Birdstone collected by Cameron Parks, and a cache of Adena blades.
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A Cache of Adena Blades, The Smith Cache: Adena, Early Woodland Period, 1000 BC - AD 1 97 whole and 59 partial blades made from colorful and richly veined Flint Ridge flint sizes range from 2-5/8 to 8.25 in. The Adena Cache blade is an
0021: A Cache of Adena Blades, The Smith CacheEst. $30,000-$40,000
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