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Northeastern Crooked Knives
Lot # 391 - Northeastern Crooked Knives
lot of 4, includes one with a chip-carved handle, length 8.5 in.; PLUS another pierced through twice and with linear engraving along side, length 9 in.; PLUS one with an angular handle finishing with a circular end; blade secured with twine, length 10.25 in.; AND one with saddle-shaped carved handle; wrapped with brass, length 8 in.
19th century
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Sioux Parfleche Envelope Property of the Solon Historical Society
Lot # 386 - Sioux Parfleche Envelope Property of the Solon Historical Society
painted in red, blue, black, and yellow; with purple twill wool laced along edges, length 9.5 in. x width 15 in.
late 19th century
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Collection of Avian Prints, One by R. Milford
Lot # 1142 - Collection of Avian Prints, One by R. Milford
American, early 20th century. Four hand-colored engravings on paper, unframed, depicting various birds, including Common Gallinule, Common Crake, male and female, Sabines Snipe and Brown Snipe, and Rail. Plate numbers XXIV, XXIX, XXX, and XXXI, u.r.; one print signed l.r.; 10.75 x 16.5 in. (plate size, each).
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Black Forest Carved Stag by FR. Michel
Lot # 963 - Black Forest Carved Stag by FR. Michel
Swiss, 20th century. A finely carved Black Forest seven-point stag, perched on a rocky outcropping, possibly from Brienz, a woodcarving center in Switzerland, signed on base FR. Michel; ht. 27 in (not including antlers).
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Historic Paintings of Pocahontas and John Smith by Vera Leeper
Lot # 1487 - Historic Paintings of Pocahontas and John Smith by Vera Leeper
Vera Leeper (American, 1899-1969). Oil on canvas, housed in gilt frames. Two paintings illustrating historic scenes in the life of Pocahontas. Signed; 29.25 x 47.25 in. (sight).

Leeper worked as an artist and teacher. In addition to her works on canvas, she also created murals such as those at New London, Connecticut's Garde Movie Palace, now known as the Garde Arts Center.
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Roxanne Swentzell (Santa Clara, 1962- ) Clay Sculpture
Lot # 120 - Roxanne Swentzell (Santa Clara, 1962- ) Clay Sculpture
Pouring
seated figure voraciously drinks from a bowl, but misses her mouth; bowl is a separate piece
signed on backside
overall length 28 in. x width 13.25 in.

Artist Statement:
During the summer months in New Mexico it can get pretty hot, and just before Santa Fe Indian Market, it can get pretty hot in a whole different way. For many years now, this time of year is extremely hectic, trying to get ready for the market shows, having our Pueblo Feast Day the weekend before, and harvests from the gardens ready to deal with.  This piece came out of this time of year: a reaction to the constraints of schedules and precision. This little figure pours and drinks with abandonment, letting it run wherever it wants to go: a reminder of our choices of liberation or not.
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White Mountain Apache Olla Deaccessioned from a Midwestern Museum
Lot # 89 - White Mountain Apache Olla Deaccessioned from a Midwestern Museum
elegant up-swept form with slightly fluted neck; meandering lines and stepped triangles decorate body of basket, height 14.25 in. x diameter 14 in.
ca 1900
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Navajo Silver Concha Belt
Lot # 241 - Navajo Silver Concha Belt
ten conchas with a matching buckle, marked sterling; each concha with a domed plain center surrounded by bold stamping, concha width 2.25 in. x belt length 36 in.
fourth quarter 20th century
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