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Sioux Fully Beaded Hide Moccasins
Lot # 367 - Sioux Fully Beaded Hide Moccasins
thread and sinew-sewn using bead colors of red white-heart, dark blue, greasy yellow, white, and pea green, length 9 in.
ca 1900
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Woodblock Book by Toyahara Chikanobu
Lot # 301 - Woodblock Book by Toyahara Chikanobu
Toyohara Chikanobu (Japanese, 1838-1912). An accordion-fold book of colorful woodblock prints containing 23 tryptichs and one print spanning six pages, each signed; closed lg. 14, wd. 9.5 in.; open lg. 31 ft. 7.25 in.
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Albert Bierstadt (German born, active in America, 1830-1902) Photogravure
Lot # 250 - Albert Bierstadt (German born, active in America, 1830-1902) Photogravure
Rocky Mountain Encampment Scene
signed lower right
(plate size) 16.5 x 27.5 in.
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Chinese Lidded Jars
Lot # 312 - Chinese Lidded Jars
Chinese, 20th century. Two lidded jars depicting women and children, marked with a double ring on bottom; ht. 13.5 in. 
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Ron Sauter (American, 20th Century), Ink and Gouache on Paper
Lot # 291 - Ron Sauter (American, 20th Century), Ink and Gouache on Paper
Bucking Bronco
signed and dedicated lower right
(sight) 6 x 7 in.
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Northern Plains Horn Club
Lot # 377 - Northern Plains Horn Club
head of club composed of two horns affixed to wooden handle wrapped with thread-sewn hide; hide embellished with red pigment; small horsehair drop is attached to end by a hide thong, overall length 28.5 in.
fourth quarter 19th century
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Tlingit Painted Wooden Paddles
Lot # 22 - Tlingit Painted Wooden Paddles
pair of paddles painted on both sides with bold graphics in black, red, and green; grip with triangular piercing, overall lengths 60.5 in. and 61 in.
early 20th century
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Maria (1887-1980) and Julian (1879-1943) Martinez San Ildefonso Blackware Bowl
Lot # 126 - Maria (1887-1980) and Julian (1879-1943) Martinez San Ildefonso Blackware Bowl
bulbous body with tapered neck; shoulder decorated with a winged motif; signed on base, height 4 in. x diameter 5.5 in.
1925-1943
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Kangxi Period Flower Pot and Saucer
Lot # 14 - Kangxi Period Flower Pot and Saucer
Chinese, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period. A flower pot and corresponding saucer with scalloped edges, decorated with blue and white horse motifs. Kangxi marks to undersides of each; dia. 5.25 in.; ht. 5 in. (pot with saucer).
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A 19th Century Wucai Figure & Dragon Bowl
Lot # 95 - A 19th Century Wucai Figure & Dragon Bowl
Wanli mark, 19th century.  A well decorated bowl with enamel figure decoration, dragon to interior; diameter 5.5 in.
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Navajo Late Classic Woman's Dress, From the Estate of William Haskell Simpson (1858-1933)
Lot # 156 - Navajo Late Classic Woman's Dress, From the Estate of William Haskell Simpson (1858-1933)
two panels of raveled flannel have been finely woven using colors of black and cochineal red; aniline red, indigo, and dark brown; each panel with 10 Spider Woman crosses and further detailed with alternating thick, thin and scalloped bands, 15 warp/ inch; approximately 60 weft/ inch, 33.75 x 49 in.
ca 1870

Dye test available.

This dress was purchased by the current owner from the estate of William Haskell Simpson (1858-1933). William Simpson joined the Santa Fe Railways around 1880 and by 1900 he had become the rails' general advertising agent. He is best known for creating the now collectable Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway's art calendars. Simpson acquired much of the rail's early art collection and used the art in the calendar advertisements. Today, the ATSF's collection (now the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway) is one of the largest collections of Southwestern art in the country.

D'Emilio Sandra and Susan Campbell. Visions, Visionaries, The Art and Artists of the Santa Fe Railway (1991: pp 16-22, 33-35).
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