A GERONIMO RELATED NAVAJO COIN SILVER FIRST PHASE CONCHO, 19TH CENTURY. Of typical oval form, open center, slightly concave with scalloped edge, chasing and pierced. Together with a Navajo silver hand hammered flower form button. The pair accompanied by a vintage (circa 1890-1900) hand written note stating that the items were acquired directly from the Apache Chief Geronimo. "Silver button and belt link of the Apache Indian Chief Geronimo given to me by Jeff". The buckle 4 inches (10 cm) and the button 1.1 inch diameter (3 cm).
Sold on behalf of the Washington, Iowa Public Library to whom the offered lot along with a collection of other similar Native American items offered on this auction was donated in 1964 to the library by Mrs. Emily Powis Simpson-Atmore (1882-1968). See provenance for lot #1.
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