DoneSat, Jan 16, 2016 10:00 AM EST
Lexington, KY, USA
Prehistoric Native American Artifacts
Overstreet Arrowheads & Sam Cox Artifacts are pleased to present the first portion of a three-part sale consisting of consignments gathered from six old-time collections spanning from the Midwest to Eastern U.S. Included within are items from the Late Herb Gsell collection which contained many fine Texas artifacts, the Mike McGowan collection which primarily consist of West Tennessee items, the Marvin Shoemaker collection which was assembled in the Saint Clair County area of Illinois between 1900 and 1970, the late Allen ''Bim'' Bigsby collection of Salina, Kansas, who was named National Geographic's Amateur Archeologist of the year 1997 and feature on the front cover of the publication along with his discoveries, the Steve Lewis collection of Manchester Ohio which has a well rounded variety of quality artifacts from across the Eastern United States, and a large private collection that was assembled in the Western Kentucky region through purchasing dozens of small self-found collections over a coarse of more than 50 years. This sale's extensive and vastly spread offerings provide an array authentic items for all within the collecting hobby, so please take advantage of this opportunity to "Collect With Confidence" and obtain a piece of certain authentic and well-documented prehistoric history. Again this is a 100% Overstreet Certified / Sam Cox Artifacts backed auction where dedication to the future studies of and collecting of all legally-obtained authentic prehistoric Native American artifacts always comes first. We take the utmost concern when it comes to offering artifacts to the general public and Do Not in any way promote the sale of modern reproductions or items of questionable authenticity. All artifacts in this sale have been screened thoroughly for authenticity and alterations of any kind and unless clearly or specifically stated otherwise, have been found to be 100% authentically prehistoric and unaltered in any way.