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Period: Late 19th Century
19th Century Apache Large Earthenware Pot
Located in Nantucket, MA
Antique Apache Large Earthenware Pot, Second Half 19th Century, a very large hand molded clay spheroid vessel, a classic "Olla," with it's original rawh...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Earthenware

Sitting Bull Signed Native American Indian Cabinet-Card Portrait Photograph
Located in Studio City, CA
A very desirable and quite rare signed photograph/cabinet-card portrait of renowned Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux holy man Chief Sitting Bull (circa 1831-1890) - perhaps the most famed and r...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Acrylic, Paper

Totem Pole Model Nootka, Northwest Coast
Located in Sharon, CT
Rare, good sized Totem Model. Untouched, original non commercial paint.
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

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Wood

Native American Catlinite T Pipe
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Native American Catlinite T pipe. Fine work, well-polished and nicely carved. Patina to spare, obviously a smoked piece. Would make a great addition to a handmade indigenous or tobacciana collection. Size: 8" x 3 1/2" Family Owned & Operated Cisco’s Gallery deals in the rare, exceptional, and one-of-a-kind pieces that define the history of America...
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American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Stone

Native American Sioux Fully Beaded Moccasins
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Native American Sioux Indian fully beaded hide moccasins. Sinew sewn and beaded using colors of medium blue, red white heart, greasy yellow, cobalt, white and brass. Forked tongues a...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Hide, Leather, Beads

Samuel Robb Carved Tobacciana Trade Sign
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Tobacciana trade sign carved by Samuel Robb, New York, Circa 1885. Figure holds a knife and bundle of cigars with tobacco boxes. Retains original base. Total height from floor is 74"...
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American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wood

Collection of Three 19Thc Powder Horns -3
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This collection of hand carved & hand crafted antler powder horns on leather stands.These horns were used to store gun powder and a lot of times hand made by the cowboys or American ...
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American Adirondack Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Antler

Navajo Germantown ZigZag Blanket
Located in Sharon, CT
A Germantown (late 19th century) consisting of vertical zig-zag narrow lines in green, white violet and black, on a dark red ground. 72x48".
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American Tribal Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Pueblo Painted Drum
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Native American Pueblo painted drum. Black hide on tops and bottom with faded coloring on sides and lattice woven hide straps securing drum top and bottom together. Carved out of a c...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Hide, Wood

19th Century Northern Plains Hair Drop
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Northern Plains hair drop with red beading with accents on hide, long quilled drops ending in tin cones with red feather fluffs, long black horsehair drop now doubled up on beading. Period: 19th century Origin: Great Plains - Northern Plains, Native American Size: 6" x 35" overall Family Owned & Operated Cisco’s Gallery deals in the rare, exceptional, and one-of-a-kind pieces that define the history of America and the Old West. Our pieces range from American Indian to Cowboy Western and include original items of everyday life, commerce, art, and warfare that tamed America’s frontier. Our 14,000 square foot gallery opened in 1996 in beautiful Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Personal Service Cisco’s operates on old fashioned values – honesty and integrity, and all of our items are backed by our money back guarantee. We appreciate the opportunity to earn your business. Whether you desire assistance with a jewelry purchase, choosing a gift, identification, or even selling – we hope to be your trusted source. Native American, garments, Blackfeet, headdress, collectibles, antiques, Native American beadwork...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Hide, Beads, Feathers

19th Century Northern Plains Hair Drop
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Northern Plains hair drop. Beaded blue with red accents. Quilled drops having tin cones and yellow feather fluffs with long black horsehair drop. Period: 19th century Origin: Great Plains - Northern Plains, Native American Size: 6" x 35" overall Family Owned & Operated Cisco’s Gallery deals in the rare, exceptional, and one-of-a-kind pieces that define the history of America and the Old West. Our pieces range from American Indian to Cowboy Western and include original items of everyday life, commerce, art, and warfare that tamed America’s frontier. Our 14,000 square foot gallery opened in 1996 in beautiful Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Personal Service Cisco’s operates on old fashioned values – honesty and integrity, and all of our items are backed by our money back guarantee. We appreciate the opportunity to earn your business. Whether you desire assistance with a jewelry purchase, choosing a gift, identification, or even selling – we hope to be your trusted source. Native American, garments, Blackfeet, headdress, collectibles, antiques, Native American beadwork...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Hide, Beads, Feathers

19th Century Northern Plains Quilled Hair Drop
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Northern Plains quilled hair drop in white, red and green. Quilled parfleche slats decorated with fully quilled hide thongs ending in tin cones and horsehair. A band of [ink and blue beading at bottom, and black and blue faceted beads at top. 27"L Period: 19th century Origin: Great Plains - Northern Plains, Native American Size: 6" x 27" overall Family Owned & Operated Cisco’s Gallery deals in the rare, exceptional, and one-of-a-kind pieces that define the history of America and the Old West. Our pieces range from American Indian to Cowboy Western and include original items of everyday life, commerce, art, and warfare that tamed America’s frontier. Our 14,000 square foot gallery opened in 1996 in beautiful Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Personal Service Cisco’s operates on old fashioned values – honesty and integrity, and all of our items are backed by our money back guarantee. We appreciate the opportunity to earn your business. Whether you desire assistance with a jewelry purchase, choosing a gift, identification, or even selling – we hope to be your trusted source. Native American, garments, Blackfeet, headdress, collectibles, antiques, Native American beadwork...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Hide, Beads, Feathers

Antique Beaded Child's Dress & Leggings, Sioux (Plains Indian) circa 1900, blue
Located in Denver, CO
Sioux child's dress with matching leggings. Created by hand with native tanned hide and beaded with glass trade beads in blue, white, red, pink and green. Pictorial design elements i...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Hide, Beads

19Thc Folky American Indian Totem Pole
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This amazing antique American Indian totem pole came from a trading post in New Mexico originally.We obtained it from a Folk art collection in California....
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American Adirondack Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wood

Hopi Carved And Painted Wood Kachina Doll
Located in Bradenton, FL
A Hopi carver and painted wood Kachina Doll. Late 19th century: cottonwood with earthen pigments, enhanced with a few feathers and dyed wool tufts. A rare early Hopi Kachina Doll...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wood

Antique Navajo Weaving Late 19th Century
Located in Hudson, NY
Circa 1890 Navajo weaving with a very elegant and modern design. Nice mottling of the natural colors, especially in the reds. This is a very bold weaving. This weaving is in good as ...
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American Navajo Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Lakota Sioux Painted Buffalo Hide by Merle Locke
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Lakota Sioux warrior painting on buffalo hide by Merle Locke. Paint on contemporary buffalo hide. Painting of 16 warriors riding on horseback, each carrying feathered coup sticks, surrounded by geometric motifs. Captioned "Lakota On Victory" and signed by the artist at lower right corner. Merle Locke is a member of the Oglala Lakota tribe, having grown up in the Porcupine district of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. He is known for his ledger art paintings, evoking the style's origins amongst the Plains tribes in the 1860s. By this time, buffalo had become increasingly scarce, and the older tradition of Plains hide painting...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Other

Authentic 19th Century Lakota Sioux Child's Bonnet
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Authentic and genuine 19th Century Lakota Sioux fully beaded child's bonnet. Sinew sewn with cotton calico (flour sack) lining. Made for own use. Very few made, and fewer survived. B...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Cotton, Beads

Antique Navajo Weaving 1890
Located in Hudson, NY
Circa 1890 Navajo weaving with a very elegant and modern design. Nice mottling of the natural colors, especially in the reds. This is a very bold weaving,...
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American Navajo Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Antique Navajo Weaving Large circa 1890 to 1900
Located in Hudson, NY
Navajo crystal weaving with Greek key border creating a very elegant and modern design. Nice mottling in the natural brown field. This is a usual weaving with emblem-ism of the spide...
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American Navajo Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Angora Chaps with Beautiful Tooled Leather, Made by John Clark Saddlery
Located in York County, PA
Wooly, angora chaps with beautifully tooled leather, made by the John Clark saddlery company of Portland, Oregon, signed, circa 1873-1929. Wooly chaps ...
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American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Leather

19th Century, Southern Plains Beaded High-Top Moccasins
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Southern plains Hightop Moccasins Item Number: AG2312 Exceptional Kiowa/Comanche hightop moccasins dyed with yellow ochre. Adorned with a single be...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Hide, Beads

Plains Tobacco Bag Beaded and Quilled from Classic Period circa 1850-1880
Located in Denver, CO
Plains Tobacco bag, circa 1850-1880, native tanned elk or buckskin with a quill work panel with pictorial cross elements, trade beads along the opening and ...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Hide, Beads

Rare Large Early Native American Northwest Coast Salish Basket
By Salish Indians
Located in Bradenton, FL
Rare large early Northwest Coast Salish hard burden basket dating from the mid to late 1800's. The basket is finely woven from split cedar bark and root...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Hide

19th Century Sioux Beaded Moccasins
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Sioux fully beaded moccasins. Red, yellow and blue on white background. Soft soled brain tanned hide. PERIOD: Late 19th Century ORIGIN: Great Plains ...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Hide, Beads

19th Century Hopi Carved and Painted Wood Kachina Figure
Located in Bradenton, FL
19th Century Hopi carved Kachina doll. Circa 1900: cottonwood with earthen pigments, 7 3/8 in. H., with a stand. Collection inventory number on back of skirt.
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wood

Sterling Silver Native American Indian Motif "Note Holder" American, Circa 1880
Located in Incline Village, NV
Very rare and unusual piece, a sterling silver "note holder" fronted by an Indian Chief on the front in high relief. A bale on top provides for a necklace and hanging as a decorative...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Sterling Silver

19th Century Navajo Blanket with a Nine Point Diamond and Cross with Red
Located in Denver, CO
19th Century Navajo Blanket with a nine point diamond and cross design in red, white, black and purple, similar to a chiefs pattern with a classic banded moki background. Dimensions ...
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American Navajo Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

19th Century, Sioux Beaded High-Top Moccasins
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
This is an outstanding set of authentic original beaded hide high-top / high-top moccasins with hard parfleche soles from the Sioux Native American Indians dating to circa 1880. The set shows stiff Indian tanned hide moccasins with hard parfleche rawhide soles and the tops being covered in period correct 1800’s glass trade seed beads that are sinew sewn in a traditional Buffalo track geometric pattern. The moccasins have a red ocher mineral pigment paint and are completely sinew rawhide sewn. The moccasins have sewn on high top / high-top leggings done in Indian tanned hide which is very stiff and has a sewn-on section at the top of Indian tanned Buffalo Bison hide...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Hide, Beads

Navajo Transitional Pillow Pair
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Navajo transitional pillow pair. Handmade pillows with front made of Navajo 1880's transitional weaving. Backed with canvas. Featuring natural dyed...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Antique Native American Doll, Sioux 'Plains Indian', 19th Century
Located in Denver, CO
Constructed of native tanned hide with trade beads and horse hair, this doll is wearing a traditional period dress and moccasins. A nomadic tribe, the Sioux territory included parts...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

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Hide, Beads

Historic Laguna Pueblo Large Native American Olla, 1880's
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Large Laguna Pueblo Indian Polychrome Olla, circa 1880's. Measures 12 5/8"h x 13"w. Featuring Geometric Designs on the Shoulder and Floral Designs with...
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Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Clay

Navajo Transitional Pillow
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Navajo transitional pillow. Handmade pillow with front made of brown and black leather with strip of Navajo 1880's transitional weaving down center...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool, Leather

Sioux Native Dragonfly Beaded Moccasins
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Sioux ceremonial moccasins with dragonflies. Fully beaded, including soles. Period: circa 1880. Origin: Sioux, Plains Size: 9 3/4" x 3 3/4". Family Owned & Operated Cisco’s Galle...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

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Beads

Navajo Transitional Pillow
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Navajo transitional pillow. Handmade pillow with front made of checkered Navajo 1880's transitional weaving and dark leather. Backed with canvas. F...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

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Wool

Navajo Transitional Pillow Pair
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Navajo transitional pillow pair. Handmade pillows with front made of Navajo 1880's transitional weaving. Backed with canvas. Featuring natural dyed...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Rio Grande Serape, 1880s Saltillo, Germantown Yarns Diamond Pattern, Red Green
Located in Denver, CO
Antique circa 1880 Rio Grande Saltillo Sarape, hand woven of Germantown yarns in colors of red, green, golden yellow, blue, and white in a diamond pattern, fringed at either end. Ready to hang on the wall with custom velcro mount (fully removable). The Rio Grande style of serape developed in the Southwestern United States in present day New Mexico and was inspired by Mexican Saltillo Serapes...
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American Spanish Colonial Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

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Wool, Cotton

19th Century Sioux Beaded Moccasins
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Sioux fully beaded moccasins. Red, white and blue with geometric stacked colors. Hard soles, cotton cuff edging. Period: Late 19th Century Origin: Gr...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Hide, Beads

Moccasins, Antique 1880s Arapaho Native American Plains Indian, Hide with Beads
Located in Denver, CO
This pair of 19th century antique moccasins date to circa 1880 and are constructed of native tanned hide and sewn with glass trade beads in colors of...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Hide, Glass, Beads

1870s Transitional Plateau Rawhide Parfleche Envelope with Geometric Patterns
Located in Denver, CO
A parfleche container in an envelope form, finely painted in an abstract design. Makes a stunning wall hanging alone or in a grouping with other parfleche or can be placed on a shelf or Stand. This was created by a North American Indian living in the Plateau cultural area - encompassing portions of what is now northern Idaho, western Montana, northeast and central Oregon, eastern Washington and southeast British Columbia. The tribes from this region include Kalispel, Flathead, Kutenai, Palus, Coeur D'Alene and Nez Perce. Parfleches are rawhide containers which were fundamental to the Plains way of life. Functioning essentially as protective travelling suitcases, they enabled the nomadic tribes to effectively pursue buffalo herds and migrate between seasonal camps. So critical were they to a nomadic existence that over 40 tribes are known to have historically produced parfleches. Collectively, these tribes inhabited an area which encompassed the entirety of the Plains, as well as the parts of the Southwest, the Transmontane and Western Plateau regions. Parfleches were, out of necessity, robust and versatile objects. They were designed to carry and protect within them anything from medicinal bundles to seasonal clothing or food. In fact, it was because of the containers’ robusticity and variety that parfleches earned their name in the Anglo world. Derived from parer (to parry or turn aside) and fleche (arrow), the word parfleche was coined by 17th century French Canadian voyageurs and used to describe indigenous objects made from rawhide. Despite their common utilitarian function, parfleches served as one of the major mediums through which Plains Indian tribes could develop their long-standing tradition of painting. In fact, it is in large part due to the parfleche that tribal style emerged. Even though parfleche painting developed simultaneously with beading and weaving, painting as an artistic tradition held particular importance in tribal culture. Believed to have evolved from tattooing, it had always been used as a conduit through which tribal and individual identity could be expressed. As such, many tribeswomen were deeply committed, some even religiously, to decorating their parfleche either with incised or painted motifs that were significant to them and/or the tribe. For some tribes, such as the Cheyenne, the decorative processes which surrounded parfleche production were sacred. For others, it seems that their parfleche designs shared an interesting artistic dialogue with their beadwork, indicating a more casual exchange of design motifs. This particular relationship can be seen in Crow parfleche...
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North American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Hide

Antique Classic Moki Style Navajo Wearing Blanket, Late 19th Century
Located in San Francisco, CA
Late 19th century classic Moki style Navajo wearing blanket. The Moki pattern is one of the oldest designs in Navajo weaving and can be traced ...
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American Navajo Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

19th Century Northern Plains Beaded Possibles Bag
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Northern Plains beaded possible bag. Sinew sewn and beaded on softly tanned hide using colors of red white heart, pea green, greasy yellow, royal blue and...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

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Other

19thc Navajo Indian Weaving Eye Dazzler Pillow
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This amazing early eye dazzler saddle blanket weaving is so amazing and very geometric. This 19thc Navajo weaving has a bittersweet linen backing & is down & feather fill.
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American Adirondack Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool, Linen

Acoma Olla 'Storage Jar', Polychrome with Abstract Foliate Motif Earthenware
Located in Denver, CO
Acoma Olla (storage jar), Polychrome with abstract foliate motif. Earthenware with slip glazes, dimensions measure 11 ½ inches tall and 11 inches diameter. ...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

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Earthenware

Native American Shoshone Beaded Belt Strip
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Fully beaded Shohsone belt on harness leather. Dark blue edging with lighter blue center having dispersed geometric designs. Period: Late 19th century Origin: Great Basin - Shoshone...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Beads

Native American Plateau Beaded Figurative Belt
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
19th Century Plateau beaded figurative belt. Extra wide with double buckles. Horse dancer, hourglass and geometric motif. Beads of light blue, dar...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Beads

19th Century Long Navajo Braided Horsehair Rope
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Navajo Braided Horsehair Rope 1890s Braided horsehair, leather 20 ' Long A rare late 19th Century Navajo braided horsehair rope, 20 feet in overall length, appearing in very go...
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Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Other

Antique Naturally Dyed Bolivian Nanaka Tunic, Poncho, Late 19th Century
Located in Denver, CO
Ceremonial Nanaka Tunic (man's shirt) from the Toro Palca region, Potosi, Bolivia, Quechua Indian culture. Made of wool with natural dyes in the late 19th century. Presented mounted ...
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Bolivian Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

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Wool

Native Apache Beaded Strike-a-light Pouch
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Apache beaded strike-a-light. Fully beaded both sides. Red ochre covered with double tin cone drops. Blue padre bead handle and chain drops from flap. 4" x 5" longest drop 5". Beads ...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

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Hide, Beads

19th Century Northern Plains Pictorial Painted Robe
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
"Keeper of the Horses" genuine 19th century Northern Plains pictorial painted robe with over 50 horses, pictorial story telling of horse raids painted on Dapple Gray brain tanned Ind...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Other

Pima Basket, 1890
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pima basket 1890 Willow and Devil's Claw Measures: 6.25 inches Height. x 17 inches in Diameter This large example of a coiled Pima basket dates from 1890. The basket appear...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

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Willow

19th C Navajo Indian Weaving Storm Pattern Pillow
Located in Los Angeles, CA
19th C amazing Navajo Indian weaving bolster large pillow in the storm pattern. The backing is in homespun linen and down & feather fill.
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American Adirondack Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Wool

Native American Beadwork Gauntlets with an Chief, ca 1880-90
Located in York County, PA
Native American beadwork gauntlets with Indian Chiefs in feathered headdresses, probably souix, Ca 1880-90 Native American beadwork gauntlet...
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American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Leather

19th Century Northern Plains Hide Painting
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Northern Plains hide painting, buffalo society, pre-reservation. Two buffalo heads, two full body buffalos, two thunderbirds and buffalo sun shield in ...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Other

19th Century Blackfeet Split Horn Headdress
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Blackfeet or crow split horn headdress collected by Ron Hall at Browning, Montana from grandson of Edward Axe (Blackfeet) who acquired from Jack B...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Hide, Beads, Feathers

Native Kiowa 19th Century Pictorial Child's Teepee
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Child's teepee depicting highly graphic battle scene painted on brain tanned deer skin. This piece was acquired from Wilma Silvey, age 89, in 2005, white woman, was handed down through her husband's family, Joseph Silvey (Silverfish). His father was "Long Hair Hanging" (Kiowa Comanche) and his mother...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Other

19th Century Large Oval Papago Indian Basket
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This fine papago Indian weaving basket isin good condition with minor wear on the top trim area in two spots. See pics. This is quite unusual the oval shape.
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American Adirondack Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Hemp

Ute Sheep Horn Spoon, circa 1870
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Ute sheep horn spoon with old tag “Ute, Pine River, Battle, Ex. Cottchall Collection. Collected 1870.” Brain tanned with blue and white beading on top. Per...
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American Native American Antique Late 19th Century Native American Objects

Materials

Horn

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