Firearms• Coin's • Antiques • Collectables • Native American

Auction in 78 Wildcat Way, Bozeman Montana,

12:00 PM Saturday
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November 16th, 2013

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Antique Rawhide Snow Shoes
The lot features a wood frame and rawhide construction snowshoes with a leather footing. These are in great condition and have a classic outdoors appeal. These each measure 42" long and 12.5" wide

Texaco Gas & Oil Dealer Restroom Sign
This is an original double sided Texaco Gas and Oil Dealer Sign for the Restroom. This is marked A-5-52 on the bottom right corner and is from 1952. This has the rare cast iron sign frame and stand. This is a great collectible. The metal sign measures 30"x37.5" and the frame is 35"x44.5" closed.

Yellowstone National Park Fire Truck Wooden Sign
This is an original hand made and painted sign from Yellowstone National Park. The sign reads, "Fire Truck No Parking." This is in great condition and measures 14.25"x38"

Nichols Kola Original Metal Sign
This is an original new old stock sign that reads, "Nichols Kola America's taste Sensation 5 (cents)." This sign is in great condition as it was recently removed from the paper. The bottom corners read, "A-126 The Parker Metal Dec.Co. Balto. MD." This original vintage tin sign measures 10"x14"

Navajo Emer Thompson Sterling & Turquoise Bracelet
The bracelet is made with solid Sterling Silver and is marked on the back. This is entirely hand worked showing great details and quality. The bracelet features a large turquoise center stone with vibrant colors. The back is marked, " Emer Thompson Sterling ." This is most likely from 1960-1970's. The center stone is 3/4"x1 1/16" and the bracelets is 3" outside dimensions wide.

1960's Gerber Touche Engraved Belt Buckle Knife
This knife is in good condition from the 1960's. The back of the knife reads, "Touche Gerber Portland, Ore...." The knife hides inside the belt buckle and is a great item for both knife and buckle collectors. The buckle measures 1.75"x2 5/8" and the knife is 5" long with a 1.75" blade.

1920-1930's Brass Compass
This is a genuine 1920-1930's brass compass. The compass has both arms and the glass front. Measures 3.25"x3.25" and the arms are 1 7/8" tall.

Navajo Sterling & Abalone Bracelet
This is hand made by a Navajo Native American in the 1930's and is marked don the back .925 Sterling. The bracelet has 9 pendants with each having an abalone piece inlayed. Measures 7" long and each pendant is 3/4"x1/2"

Navajo Silver, Coral, & Turquoise Ring
This ring is hand tooled in Sterling Silver and has both a coral and turquoise stone. This piece is from the 1920-1950's. The top measures 1 1/8"x1 3/8"

Southwest Pottery Vase & Arrows
This lot features a modern red clay Southwest Native American vase with 6 Native American Arrows. Each arrow has dyed feathers and a unique arrowhead. The vase measures 12.75" tall and 10" diameter. The arrows are 28.5" long.

Native American Teepee Wall Art
This features a buckskin tag with information the piece that reads, "Hand painted on doe skin by Southwest artist, Marianna Holiday, framed in natural palm wood images of our Native American Culture." This is an original work of art showing a teepee style piece hand painted on a doe skin stretched over a wood frame. This is a modern piece made to honor and in the traditions of ancient. Measures 22"x20.5"

1920's Langdon Kihn Yakima Indian Photograph
This is an original photograph print from the 1920's during the life of Langdon Kihn (1898-1957). Langdon was a portrait painter and illustrator specializing in portraits of American Indians. The back reads, " Painter of American Indians Langdon Kihn, American painter and Paris resident, makes a specialty of paintings Redskins. He will shortly open an exhibition in Paris at the Galerie Charpentier. The Hon. Walther Edge, Ambassador from the United States to France, will preside at the opening of the exhibition. Our photograph shows Mr. Kihn at work on a portrait of OS NO MON, of the Yakima tribe of the state of Washington, in the full regalia of his tribe. OS KO MON has come to Paris to give singing and dancing recitls in the costumes and characters of his race. The New-York Times, S.A. 106 Rue Reaumur 106, Paris." The frame measures 7.25"x9.25" and the photograph area showing is 6.25"x8.25"

Antique & Vintage Brass School Bell Collection
The lot features 4 unique brass school bells. These are great collectibles and make a great decor item. The largest measures 10" tall and 5 7/8" diameter.

Northwestern Gumball Machine 5 cent Model 60
This piece features a metal base and top painted red with a glass center. The glass has the original Northwestern 5 cent Model 60 sticker and on the back the embossed Northwestern. This is a great collectible that is believed to work. The vending machine is from the 1930-1940's. Measures 16" tall and 6.5"x7.75"

Great American Bison Buffalo Mount
This wall mount features a set of Buffalo Horns with the center covered in Buffalo Fur. The piece is in good condition and has a geat western look. Measures 21.5" across.

Yellowstone Park Souvenir Books
The larger book was published by Bloom Bros. Co. Minneapolis, Minn. and is believed to be an early Souvenir book. The other reads, "Scenic Gems of Yellowstone National Park" and contains all the uncut original Haynes postcards. The larger book is in good condition possibly from 1890-1910. The book shows many pages with beautiful scenic pictures of Yellowstone. Measures 8"x10 3/8"

1900-1950's Zane Grey Book Collection
This collection includes 20 original Zane Grey western books ranging in age from 1900-1950's with most all from 1910-1918. These have ranging colors and have a great look. Zane Grey is one of the most popular Western Author.

Hiawatha's Wedding Journey Loose-Wiles Biscuit Tin
This is an original Loose-Wiles Biscuit COmpany Bakers of Sunshine tin that is covered in original Hiawatha Native American printed art. The images around the outside and on top are in great condition and tell a story of "Hiawatha' Wedding Journey." The tin measures 9.5"x9.5" and 3 3/8" tall.

Bozeman, Montana Pennants
This lot features three original Bozeman, Montana pennants including, "G.C.H.S. (measures 8.5"x17"), Bozeman Sr. High Montana Hawks (measures7"x17.5" without fringe), Wilson Jr. High Warriors Bozeman, Montana... (measures 7"x17.5" without fringe.

Western Cowboy Vintage Sessions Clock Lamp
The clock is made by Sessions and features a cowboy sitting next to a clock framed in a horse shoe. This shows an imperfection in the front as photographed, but overall a great collectible that is believed to work. This is a Model W and comes with the shade. The clock has a gold coloring and is made of a spelter casting and the shade is made of what appears to be a soft pink foil shade with peeling at the seam. The clock is believed to be a rare casting. Measures 13.5" diameter shade and 2.5" tall.

Antique Jar of Marbles
This features a glass lid sealed jar full of glass and clay antique marbles. Measures 5" tall and 3.75" diameter.

Rattlin' Rapala Finish Texaco Lure Set
This is an original Texaco gas and oil collectible made in Finalnd by Rapala. This is the "Original Finnish Minnow" or " Le "Leurre Originnal De Finlande." These are each in mint condition and in the original box. Features 6 lures. The box measures 3.25"x4.25"x2.75"

Fort Reno Wyoming 1865-1868 Bullet Collection
This is an authetic collection from Fort Reno in Wymoing and are from 1865-1868. The collection includes 9 genuine pieces all encased in a black box with a glass top. The side of the box reads, "4.88(p) HJ FT. Reno, Wyo." The longest measures 1 1/8" long.

Como, Wyoming Dug Items 1868-1880's
The collection includes 15 pieces inlcuding original bullet, 9 shell casings, concho, belts, and other items. This is a great western encased in a black box with glass top measuring 8.25"x12.25 The side of the box reds, "602.56(B) HJ Como, Wyo."

Carbon Wyoming 1868-1902 Upper Town Dug Items
The collection includes 18 pieces including: slate pencils, blackboard, marbles, powder flask tops, suspender snaps, carved pendant, flower pendant, 2 cartridges, and more. These are all genuine dug items from Upper Town Carbon, Wyoming an are from 1868-1902. These are encased in a black box with a glass top and the side reads, "474.86 HJ Carbon, Wy." Box measures 8.25"x12.25

Oriental Tooth Paste Jewsbury & Brown Box
This is a fine porcelain container that reads on the top, "Oriental Tooth Paste For Cleansing Beautifying and Preserving the Teeth & Gums prepared by Jewsbury & Brown Ardwick Green Manchester England." The container shows vibrant graphics and only a small crack repair on the inside of the lid which does not show through to the top.

500 B.C. Roman Coinage
This lot features 18 genuine Roman Coinage from 500 B.C. These are all encased in coin sleeves and range in size with the largest being .75" diameter (approx.) These show different details and styles.

Montana Trade Tokens (5)
The tokens includes such as: The Turf Bar and Cafe Billings Mont., Don's Choteau Club, B & L Cut Bank Montana, Hank's Bar Fromberg Mont., and Hussan's Cigar Store Great Falls, Montana. These are all original western tokens all from Montana. The largest measures 1 3/8" diameter.

Montana Trade Tokens (5)
The tokens includes such as: Joseph Haigh Hamilton Montana, Richard Gies Great Falls Mont., The Olympia Harlowton Mont., T. M. Crook Harlem Mont., and A. Buzzetti Fromberg Mont. These are all original western tokens all from Montana. The largest measures 1 1/8" diameter.

Chinook, Montana Trade Tokens (5)
The tokens includes such as: Denny Mont. Hotel Chinook Montana,The Mint Cal Williams Prop. Chinook Montana, Montana Hotel Bar Chinook Montana, Montana Bar Chinook Montana, and astime Club Vande Ven Chinook Montana. These are all original western tokens all from Montana. The largest measures 1 1/8" diameter.

Deer Lodge, Montana Trade Tokens (5)
The tokens includes such as: Jody & Lloyd Deer Lodge Montana, (2) Tony's Corner Bar and Lounge Deer Lodge Montana, The Shack Deer Lodge Montana, and City Bar Deer Lodge Montana 404 Main St. . These are all original western tokens all from Montana. The largest measures 1" diameter.

Anaconda, Montana Trade Tokens (5)
The tokens includes such as: Ed Pannich Anaconda Mont., The Panama 107 Main St Anaconda Montana, The Paradise 522 E 4th St. Anaconda Mont., Heubert's Smoke Shop Anaconda Mont., The Paradise 522 E 4th Anaconda Mont. These are all original western tokens all from Montana. The largest measures 1 1/8" diameter.

Montana Trade Tokens (5)
The tokens includes such as: Empire Lewiston Montana Maverick, B.H. Miles City Mont.,The Lobby Malta Montana, The Oasis Harlowton Montana, and Slayton Mercantile Co. Lavina Mont. These are all original western tokens all from Montana. The largest measures 1.25" diameter.

Butte, Montana Trade Tokens (5)
The tokens includes such as: (2) Spillums 4 North Main St. Butte Mont., T & C Butte Mont., Rosenstein Bros' 31 W Broadway Butte Montana, Yegen Bros Bankers Pictorial Butte Montana. These are all original western tokens all from Montana. The largest measures 1.25" diameter.

Montana Trade Tokens (5)
The tokens includes such as: Wonder Bar Joe Lombardi Anaconda Montana, The Lobby Malta Montana, Basin Trading Co. Stanford Mont., Thompson's Bar Candy Fountain Cigars 213 Main Anaconda Mont. and The Paradise 522 E. 4th St. Anaconda Mont. These are all original western tokens all from Montana. The largest measures 1.25" diameter.

Western Sterling Steer Belt Buckle 1920-1930's
This is a hand etched sterling silver belt western cowboy belt buckle. The buckle features a steer on the front with light brass working underneath and is surrounded by hand etched silver work. The back is marked sterling. Measures 2 11/16"x2 3/16" and 1/2" thick. This is a woman' buckle.

1940's Western Bronc Silver Belt Buckle
The buckle features a roped silver edge with a bucking bronc cowboy in the center surrounded by two horse shoes and hand etched silver work. This is marked on the back, "Plata De Jalisco 925 V.H.L.C. Guad. Mex." This is a solid 925 silver mens belt buckle from the 1940's. Measures 2.25"x3 3/8"

1910 Montana State Fair Press Pin
This is an original press badge or pin from the 1910 Montana State Fair. The piece is in mint condition. The back is marked Chicago. Measures 2.75" long x 1.75" wide.

1910 R. Woodman Railroad Ticket Punch
This is made by R. Woodman Mf'T. Boston, Mass and patened in oct. 2 1883. Believed to be from the early production 1910 and is marked on the inside of the handle '88'. The punh this produces is pictured. This is possibly a Northern Pacific Railway Punch, but this is unknown for certain. Measures 4 1/8" long.

Northern Pacific Railway Oil Can
This is an original early oil can from the NPR (Northern Pacific Railway). This is marked on the back "NPR" and is also marked on the bottom, "Eagle." The can has the lid and appears to be in solid condition. Measures 12"x6.75" and 6" tall.

Northern Pacific Railway Funnel
This is an original funnel believed to be an early piece from the Northern Pacific Railway. This is marked "NPR" and is in solid condition. Measures 8" diameter and 9" tall.

C. M. ST. P. & P. Railroad Gas Can
The can is marked with the, "C.M. ST. P. & P. R.R." which stands for Chicago, Minnesota, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad. This can also has the original paper label about gasoline and wooden handle. Measures 12.25" tall and 9" wide.

C. M. ST. P. & P. Railroad Gas Can
The can is marked with the, "C.M. ST. P. & P. R.R." which stands for Chicago, Minnesota, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad. Measures 10" tall and 7.25" wide.

1920's Slingerland Maybell Banjo
This is marked on the bottom, "Slingerland Maybell Banjo (and) Jos. Rogers Jr Minstrel Brand." This is a rare and collectible banjo in good condition. This has inlays on the fret boar and mother of pearl inlay on the top. Measures 35.75" long.

1890's Violin & Case
This is a hand crafted Violin showing good condition and beautiful wood grain. The violin comes with the leather top case, canvas cover, bow, and original extra strings from early 1900's. The violin is believed to be hand made in the 1890's and still has a great sound. The case measures 31.5" long and the violin is 23.5" long with a 29" bow. The bow features inlayed mother of pearl. The violin has carved features and does have small chips across the edge, but overall in solid patina condition.

Duiker Full Mount
The Duiker is an African 'antelope-like' that is a small agile animal. This mount is in excellent condition showing little to no hair loss. This is a full mounted Duiker and is mounted to a base. Measures 33" long and 28.5" tall.

Montana Buffalo Bison Skull
This is a Great American Bison or otherwise known as a Buffalo Skull. The skull is in good condition and makes a great decor piece. Measures 22"x22"

Large Antique Sleigh Bells
This lot features a set of three sleigh bells that are attached to a leather and heavy canvas strap used on a sleigh. These have a rich and vivid sound and is a great collectible. Measures 13.75" long and each bell has a diameter of 3.25"

Antique Sleigh Bells from Wilbur Spring Ranch
These come from the Wilbur Spring Ranch near Belgrade, Montana. The bells are mounted to a leather strap that is in good condition. This is a genuine strip of antique sleigh bells that each have a diameter of 1.25". The strap measures 94" long.

1840 'The Niger' Scrimshaw CAST Tusk
This is a cast piece made to resemble a solid Ivory tusk that has been entirely covered in beautiful crafted original scrimshaw. The piece is done exactly like to original and is in great condition. The piece reads, " The Ships Niger & Sea Fox The Arctic Ocean. Oct. 12 1840. The Gam. Capt. John Prior of the Niger" and signed " J.P. " Measures 23.5" outside dimension long, 21" from tip to end, 2.5" diameter, and 7 7/8" circumference. The tusk is an exact replica of the original.

1890's Bozeman, Montana Stoneware Bottle
This is an original Pre-Prohibition 1890's hand made stoneware (possibly whiskey) bottle. The bottle has been hand painted saying Bozeman, Mont. on the front with gold painted wheat and rim. The bottle is in good condition. Measures 5.25' tall and 2" diameter.

1920-1930's Blue Sponge Ware Deer Lodge Prison MT
This piece was hand made in the Deer Lodge Montana Prison in the 1920-1930's. This is a stoneware crock with the lid having rare blue sponge ware coloring. The jar has a hair line crack as shown in the picture. Measures 7" tall and 6.5" diameter.

1920-1930's Stoneware crock Deer Lodge Prison MT
This piece is hand made in the Deer Lodge Montana Prison in 1920-1930's. The piece is a stoneware crock with a light orange burst coloring and also features the lid. Measures 7" tall and 6.75" diameter.

Alemite Lubricant System Advertising Box
This is an original advertisement from the Lubricant, Motor Oil company. The box reads, "Cut Your Repair Bills with Alemite Alemite-Zerk High pressure lubricating system Automobils-Trucks-Tractors-Industrial Machines. Farm Implements." This box shows wear across the top, but a visible vibrant graphics with yellow and blue coloring of this Gas & Oil Gem. The box was believed to be used in a shop. This has a bottom wood frame and a drawer. Measures 12.25"x16" and 6.75" tall.

AC Spark Plug Cleaner
This is an original Gas & Oil advertisement shop piece. This is a Spark Plug Cleaner which reads. " AC Spark Plug Cleaning Service " in orange lettering on a blue surface. The top has "$50.00" written on it with either a paint pen or a removable mark. Measures 21" tall and 15" deep.

Conoco Gas Pump Glass Inserts (2) Green
This lot features two glass gas pump inserts for conoco with a green color. These are both in good condition with little to no loss to the paint at the edges. The first measures 4.75"x10.75" and the other 5"x10.25"

The Tony Martin Show Poster by Texaco
The sign poster is in a hard stock and reads, "The Texaco Star Theater Presents Tony Martin Evelyn Knight Alan Young The Tony Martin Show Featuring Alan Young with Victor Young and his Orchestra The Jeff Alexander Chorus & Jimmy Wallington Every Wednesday Knight Presented by Texaco Dealers from Coast to Coast See Your Newspaper For Time and Station." The sign shows slight water staining on the right side, but overall a great collectible. This is a rare sign.

Antique Metal Milk Can with Spigot
The front of this reads Jerome COOP Cry 55 and has a unique spigot on the front. This is missing the the lid. Measures 23" tall and 13.25" diameter.

1853 SHIELD THREE CENT SILVER COIN (NICE)

1829 Capped Bust Silver Half Dime

Remington 11-87 Ducks Unlimited 20 Ga Shotgun
The Model 11-87 is a quick-firing, dependable field gun built to Remington's high standards. It has a unique compensation system that allows it to shoot both 2-3/4" and 3" shells. The Ducks Unlimited Edition was a very limited run with only 300 produced. The receiver is polished and decorated in the beautiful scenes of America's great outdoors. This 2006 Ducks Unlimited Gun of the Year shotgun has never been fired and includes metal bead sights and choke. Its wood, metal, and bore are all in as new condition. This appears to never have little to no use. The stock has a very small imperfection.

Remington 1100LW 28 GA Skeet-T Shotgun
This gun is in mint condition and believed to have little to no use. This is a Remington 1100LW Super Deluxe 28 Gauge 2 3/4 inch shells Skeet-T Semi-Automatic Shotgun. The shotgun shows beautiful impressions on both sides and the action. This has excellent blueing.

Remington 1100LW .410 GA Skeet-T Shotgun
This gun is in mint condition and believed to have little to no use. This is a Remington 1100LW Skeet-T .410 Gauge 2 1/2 inch shells Semi Automatic Shotgun. Both sides features a beautiful etching or impression in the metal and even the action. This has deep blueing in excellent condition with the only imperfection on the gun being a less than 1/2" slight dent on the right stock side.

1871 Seated Liberty Half Dime

1888•1889•1890 Seated Liberty Dime (3 x money)
3 x money

Talking Robe by Howard Terpning Print
This is an original limited edition print by Howard Terpning one of the best Western Artist. Terpning's works are highly desired and are some the the most sought after Western Art pieces. This is a hand signed and numbered 306/1250 offset lithograph. This has been professionally framed and double matted. Comes with Certificate of authenticity and was made in 1995. The art measures 18"x25" and the frame is 27.75"x34.75"

Blood Man by Howard Terpning Print
This is an original limited edition print by Howard Terpning one of the best Western Artist. Terpning's works are highly desired and are some the the most sought after Western Art pieces. This is a hand signed and numbered 306/1250 offset lithograph. This has been professionally framed and double matted. Comes with Certificate of authenticity and was made in 1988. The art measures 9"x12" and the frame is 18"x21'

The Apache Fire Makers by Howard Terpning Print
This is an original limited edition print by Howard Terpning one of the best Western Artist. Terpning's works are highly desired and are some the the most sought after Western Art pieces. This is a hand signed and numbered 306/1250 offset lithograph. This is in the original Greenwich workshop Print sleeve. Comes with Certificate of authenticity and was made in 1993. The art measures 23.25"x33" Retailed for $1515. UNFRAMED.

Autumn Encounter on the Yellowstone by Larry Zabel
This is an original print by Larry Zabel and is the Autumn Encounter on the Yellowstone Plateau. This has been professionally framed and double matted and is in great condition. The piece is hand signed and numbered by the artist 746/950. The art area measures 17"x34" an the frame measures 25.75"x42.25"

Native American Chief Bust
This has a unique a unique medium being that with a marbled reds, blacks, and whites across the entire piece (even the bottom). The piece has wonderful details of a Native American Chief showing the head dress and having the marbling compliment the age in his face well. This original work of art is an impressive and believed to be very rare piece. The medium, age and origins is unknown, but believed to have some age. This could possibly be a clay casting, but shows the coloring extend past the surface when tested. Measures 21.5" tall and 11.25"x9" with a 7.25" base.

Northern Sioux Native American Bear Rattle
The glass trade beads appear to be original Cheyenne Pink, Chalk White, and Black which places this piece as being Northern Sioux Native American Made. The ratttle features a rawhide wrapped handle which is rawhide sewn, having a section of glass trade beads (possibly older original beads) that are sewn with trade cotton string. The rattle is made of what appears to be bear rawhide in the shape of a bear sewn with rawhide with glass trade beads on the inside for sound. This has fringe made of feathers, wood trade beads, brass bullet cartridges and bone beads. This is a modern piece made in the same method as the ancient collectibles. Measures 13.25" long without the fringe.

Kiowa Unity Pipe
This features a buckskin tag with information the piece that reads, "Kiowa Unity Pipe Pipe of natural wood hand beading glass and exotic beads deer horn bowl & skin leathers. Ceremonial pipe and completely hand created. 'Visions of the Past and Future' by Little Owl." This piece is hand made by a Native American using original antique and new trade beads of Lavender and Green placing this as a Kiowa Native American piece. This pipe does work and shows great craftsmanship as it is a modern piece made in the traditions of the ancient collectibles. Measures 29.5" long.

Yakima Quiver
This features a buckskin tag with information the piece that reads, "Yakima Quiver Hand stitched leather quiver all beading hand strung glass trade & exotic beads sinew tied natural furs & leathers created by Little Owl." This is hand made in the ancient traditions of the Yakama Native Americans and shows a hand painted figure on the front of the quiver. The quiver contains two arrows tied into the piece and is in good condition. Measures 26.25" to the ends of the arrows and hangs 29" long t the ends of the fringe.

Crow Story Tell Spear
This features a buckskin tag with information the piece that reads, "Story Teller Spear Saguaro Cactus Staff hand bead work natural animal fur and hair symbolic meanings hand painted on doe skin by Southwest Artist The Holiday Sisters Bead and leather work by Indian Maria." This piece features beadwork which shows lavender and metallic pumpkin yellow which is indicative of the Crow Native Americans. This is a modern piece made with the ancient traditions. Measures 54.5" long and hangs 23" to the end of the fringe.

Native American Chiefs Bow
The bow is hand made by a Native American and features hand stitched glass trade beads, rawhide and animal skins, furs, authentic antique glass trade beads, and arrowheads. This bow is a modern piece made in the ancient traditions. The fringe is made of buckskin with feathers, beadwork, and brass bullet cartridges. This is believed to be from the Upper Missouri or Great Lakes Native American Tribes due to the use of deep reds in the beadwork. Measures 65.75" long and hangs 26" to the end of the fringe.

Native American Trail Marker
This piece comes with a paper telling of the piece which reads, "Trail Marker Young braves carried trail markers made from the deer antler in honor of the deer for their alertness, speed and sense of direction. The saguaro cactus handle is sometimes decorated with skulls usually beaver. Hand crafted with: Leather & Fur - comfort & warmth, Skulls - well being, Horsehair - endurance, Antler - good hunting." This piece is hand made and is in excellent condition. The trail marker is a modern piece made in the ancient traditions. Measures 58.5" long.

Native American Porcelain Doll in Papoose
This is a Native American porcelain doll in a whicker hand made papoose. The doll is in good condition showing traditional garments and the papoose shows no visible breaks. Measures 15.5" long.

Sioux Chief 1901 Print by Frank Rinehart
Frank Albert Rinehart (February 12, 1861-December 17, 1928) was an American artist famous for his photography capturing Native American personalities and scenes, especially portrait settings of leaders and members of the delegations who attended the 1898 Indian Congress in Omaha. This is a hand colored print marked, "Copyrighted 1901 by William H. Rau" and is of a Sioux Native American Chief at the 1898 Indian Congress in Omaha. The piece is al original and a rare collectible. Frame Measures 10.75"x14.75" and the art area is 7 3/8"x9"

John Concha by Ira Moskowitz 1912-2001
This is an original hand colored etching that hand signed and numbered 47/100. Ira Moskowitz 1912-2001 was born in Poland in 1912. Ira became increasingly well known and desired in the 1940's for his exceptional work of the Native American people. His works hang in The Library of Congress, Metropolitan Museum of Arts, and even the New York Public Library. This shows great vibrant color of a Native American Chief. Frame measures 24"x28" and the art is 12.25"x14.5"

The Charger 1963 by H. J. Hinton
This is an original piece of art sculpture that appears to be bronze (but not tested). This shows a Civil War Soldier at full speed jumping a cannon. Measures 9" tall.

Ruger Model 10/22 Carbine .22 Rifle
This gun is made by Sturm, Ruger & Co. and is the Ruger Model 10/22 .22 Caliber Long Rifle. This gun is a Sem-Automatic Carbine Rifle and also features the Simmons 3x-9x40 Scope. This is a good working gun that can also be collectible. Serial Number 245-98333. The firearm does show wear, but is a great usable rifle.

CZ 452-2E ZKM .22 LR Super Exclusive Czech Rifle
The rifle was made in Czech Republic and is model CZ 452-2E ZKM .22 long rifle caliber Super Exclusive rifle. This rifle is in mint condition with he barrel and action showing absolutely no wear and the stock showing normal handling wear. This is a military training rifle and comes with the original scope rings.

Winchester Model 41 .410 GA Bolt Action Shotgun
This gun was manufactured from 1920-1934 and only 22,145 were made. The barrel and action appear to be in good condition with even blueing and little to no wear on the barrel. The gun shows considerable wear on the stock as far as dents and scratches, but no cracks or major issues. This has no serial number and is a Bolt Action .410 gauge shotgun. The original Winchester Repeating Arms butt plate is intact also. This is a rare gun and would fit any Winchester Collection.

Leaica Rangemaster 900 scan
This lot features a brand new in the box Leica Rangemaster 900 Scan. This comes with the laser range finder in the rare camo, with the camo padded case, strap, original box, unregistered paperwork, and additional case. This retailed for $429.99.

Leitz Trinovid 8x32 150m/1000m German Binoculars
These are high end German made binoculars with excellent condition glass. The binoculars are crystal clear and are the Leitz Wetzlar Trinovid 8x32 150m/1000m German Binoculars. These come with the cabalas strap and the binoculars measure 4.5"x4.5"

Desert Bighorn Sheep Ewe Horns
This is a set of Desert Bighorn Sheep Ewe Horns. Ewe is the female bighorn sheep. This mount was taken in 1971 and is in good condition. Measures 1" across the horns and the base is 10.75"x13"

Albino "Canary" Pine Marten Fur
This is a very rare fur of the uncommonly seen Pine Marten. This Pine Marten is an Albino or Canary fur and is in great condition. The fur has a very unique rare coloring. Measures 32" long.

Unborn Holstein Calf Hide
This is an unborn cow hide and is in great condition. Unborn calf hides are rare and designed for their soft and attracted look. The hide measures 33"x34"

Kangaroo Hide
This is a genuine Kangaroo Hide. Kangaroo have a very strong yet light weight hide which is also very desired. The hide is in good condition with no visible fur loss. Measures 56.5" long.

Large Montana Elk Antlers
This is a set of large Elk antlers taken in Montana. The antlers are in great condition with vibrant brown coloring. The antlers each measure 52" long

Boone & Crockett Montana Mule Deer
This is a large trophy Mule Deer rack taken in Montana. The rack was scored by Boone & Crockett. The total score was 159 - 2/8 as typical and 179 - 2/8 as a non-typical deer. The original boone & crockett sheet is included in the sale.

Montana Mountain Lion Hide
This is a genuine Montana Mountain Lion tube hide that appears to be in good hide, but shows a rip in the back and on the head. Otherwise the hide shows no loss to fur. The hide measures 82" long with the tail.

Montana Black Bear Hide
This bear hide shows a rip in the center, but overall is a good piece. This is a Montana taken Black Bear rug. Measures 60" long.

Montana Moose Hide Half
This lot features a Montana taken Moose hide that shows only half. The hide is in overall visible good shape and could be used at the end of a bed or couch. The hide measures 41"x63"

Montana Moose Hide Half
This lot features a Montana taken Moose hide that shows only half. The hide is in overall visible good shape and could be used at the end of a bed or couch. The hide measures 63"x67"

Remington Nylon 76 .22 Long Lever Action Rifle
The Remington Nylon 76 "Trailrider" is the only lever action rifle known to have been made by Remington Arms and was billed as the world's fastest lever action rifle. This gun has a locked-breech lever action, with a short stroke of only about thirty degrees. It was introduced by Remington Arms in 1962 and discontinued in 1965. This .22 caliber long rifle is very collectible and was produced in an effort to make a gun that would not require any lubricants and therefore is widely used in the Arctic Circle. This gun is in 90% condition with the front sight having been what appears to be darkened. This gun has a smooth lever action. This is a tube fed rifle and is in the Mohawk Brown coloring. RW8

Remington Nylon 76 .22 Long Lever Action Rifle
The Remington Nylon 76 "Trailrider" is the only lever action rifle known to have been made by Remington Arms and was billed as the world's fastest lever action rifle. This gun has a locked-breech lever action, with a short stroke of only about thirty degrees. It was introduced by Remington Arms in 1962 and discontinued in 1965. This .22 caliber long rifle is very collectible and was produced in an effort to make a gun that would not require any lubricants and therefore is widely used in the Arctic Circle. This gun is in 90% + condition with the front sight showing the only wear. This gun has a smooth lever action. This is a tube fed rifle and is in the Mohawk Brown coloring. RW7.

Remington Nylon 66 .22 Long Rifle
This was made in 1968-1977 (serial number A230****) and is the Remington .22 long rifle caliber Black Diamond Nylon 66 gun. There were two styles of black made, Black Diamond and Apache Black, with the Black Diamond being much rarer. This is very collectible and was produced in an effort to make a gun that would not require any lubricants and therefore is widely used in the Arctic Circle. This gun is in good condition with near perfect action and barrel and normal wear on the stock. This gun has a smooth auto action with a tube fed stock.

Remington Nylon Apache 77 .22 Rifle with Box
The Remington Nylon 77 This gun has an auto action that is magazine fed. This .22 caliber long rifle is very collectible and was produced in an effort to make a gun that would not require any lubricants and therefore is widely used in the Arctic Circle. This gun is in MINT condition, with the original box and the receipt of being in purchased in 1988 at Kmart (this rifle in this color is rare and was carried exclusively with Kmart). This gun has a smooth action. This is the rare apache dark green and has serial numbers A232****.

1891 CC Morgan Silver Dollar
This is a raw Morgan Silver Dollar that was struck at the Carson City Mint in 1891. This comes with the clear plastic holder.

Morgan Silver Dollar 1882 P • 2-1890 P • 1885 O
4 x money

1890 Champagne Corkscrew Spigot Silver Plated
This is believed to be a rare piece and features a cork screw that is also a spigot. This is believed to be tapped into a very expensive bottle of champagne and is finely made. This is most likely silver plated over brass, but could be more. Believed to be a true antique from 1890. . Measures 5 1/8" long.

1890's Oak File Cabinet from Marcus Daly's Lawyer
This is an original file, document, or map cabinet from the 1890's and is made with oak and cast handles. The cabinet was owned by Marcus Daly's Lawyer. Marcus Daly is the renowned Copper King and one of the more notable men in Butte and Montana History. This cabinet is in the original good condition showing all the intricately designed handles and original drawer markers. Measures 32" tall and 17"x20.5"

Antique Mercantile Display 1910-1920's
This is a hand built genuine antique piece that is from a Mercantile. The piece would have been the stores display and features 6 large glass sliding doors, a counter, 6 drawers, and 2 cabinets with the original locks. The cabinet is possibly a Montana original piece. This piece is in great condition and has wonderful oak wood. The cabinet measures overall 118.25" long (from the crown molding and 116" long counter) 24" deep, and 90" tall. The top of the cabinet is 12" deep without the crown molding and 54.25" tall with the crown molding.

Champion Shuffleboard 14ft 6in.
This is a 176" long playing surface (14 feet 6 inches) made by Champion Shuffleboard from Richland Hills, Texas. The playing area shows no major flass or scratches. The playing surface is encased in a three leg stand that shows wear on the outside, but is overall in good condition and solid. Overall measurements are 193" long an 32.75" tall. The table also comes with 7 pucks or playing discs, 7 bottles of shuffleboard silicone, a bottle of the wax, instructions, and a framed poster on shuffleboard.

1890-1900 Mercantile Cabinet
This cabinet features the original antique 'wavy' glass sliding doors and sides. The cabinet has had lights mounted on the inside and glass shelves. This features 6 large drawers with brass name plates and pull handles. The entire piece is very impressive and shows good quality. This is in good condition and holds the original patina. The mercantile piece is possibly from Montana. Measures 123" long, 84" tall, and 27.75" deep.

1939 Mills Castle Front Slot Machine 5 Cent
This is a 1939 Mills Caslte Front slot machine in excellent working condition. The slot machine has a highly collectible design and the metal and paint is almost perfect condition. This is a 5 cent machine and comes with the original Mills key. Measures 26" tall with a oak base that is 15"x16"

1920-1930's Anaconda Montana Stadium Seats
These seats came from the basement of the Anaconda City Hall / Courthouse. This set was used in the Butte Boxing and are a piece of Montana History. This shows the bare wood frame and green seats. These fold up and have a wood and metal base. Each part of the wood frame shows an art deco design. Measures 73.75" long and 32.5"

1920-1930's Anaconda Montana Stadium Seats
These seats came from the basement of the Anaconda City Hall / Courthouse. This set was used in the Butte Boxing and are a piece of Montana History. This shows a yellow patina paint and green seats. These fold up and have a wood and metal base. Each part of the wood frame shows an art deco design. This shows a chip on the top right side. Measures 73.75" long and 32.5"

Antique Large Cast Iron Bird Cage
This bird cage has a twisted cast iron frame with beautiful well made details across the entire piece. This is complete and has a gold paint across the entire piece. Measures 69.25" tall, cage is 18" diameter, and overall across is 22.5"

Remington Nylon 66 GS .22 Gallery Special Rifle
The lot features a Remington Nylon 66 GS (Gallery Special) .22 short caliber auto rifle. This rifle is one of the most rare Nylon rifles and is highly collectible and sought after. The rifle has the brown stock, blue steel receiver, blue barrel, and counter cable connection on bottom of stock (also is tube fed). This gun has a serial number of 258**** and was made from 1969-1971. The rifle is in good condition retaining 75% +. The Nylon guns were produced in an effort to make a gun that would not require any lubricants and therefore is widely used in the Arctic Circle. This gun would have been mounted to a counter and used in a shooting gallery, but appears to have little wear. RW14

Remington Nylon 76 Black .22 Lever Action Rifle
The Remington Nylon 76 "Trailrider" is the only lever action rifle known to have been made by Remington Arms and was billed as the world's fastest lever action rifle. This is one of the more rare Nylon Rifles as it is the scarcely seen lever action, but also is in the black stock with blued receiver which is incredibly rare. The rifle is believed to be a Nylon 76 Apache Black with the even more rare blued receiver. This gun has a locked-breech lever action, with a short stroke of only about thirty degrees. It was introduced by Remington Arms in 1962 and discontinued in 1965. This .22 caliber long rifle is very collectible and was produced in an effort to make a gun that would not require any lubricants and therefore is widely used in the Arctic Circle. This gun is in 30%+ condition showing a 1 inch break in the stock above the lever and functions (lever and trigger working) but is not smooth. RW6

Remington Nylon Mohawk 10 C .22 Rifle Original Box
This is a Remington Nylon Mohawk 10C .22 long rifle caliber auto rifle with the original 10C clip. This also has the original box and paperwork showing great graphics. This has a brown stock with blued receiver and barrel and is in 98%+ mint condition. This is very collectible and was produced in an effort to make a gun that would not require any lubricants and therefore is widely used in the Arctic Circle. This gun is in good condition with near perfect action and barrel and normal wear on the stock. This gun has a smooth auto action with a clip fed stock. The rifle has a serial number of 257**** placing this at 1970-1973. RW23

1882 CC Morgan Silver Dollar
This is a raw Morgan Silver Dollar that was struck at the Carson City Mint in 1882. This comes with the clear plastic holder

1867 • 1869 SHIELD RAYS 5 CENT PIECE
2 x money

Crockett & Kelly Inc Hand Cuffs
This is an early set of Crockett & Kelly original pair of hand cuffs with the key. This is a widely collectible finely crafted maker. These work flawlessly and also come with the original key. Measures 9" long.

Los Angles City Police Enamel Badge
This is an original early badge from the Los Angeles 98 Police. This is a heavy metal badge with enameled top and pin back. Measures 3 1/8" diameter and over 1/16" thick metal.

Butte City Marshal M.T. Badge
This is an original early badge from the city of Butte in Montana. The badge shows the iconic star shape and is a pin back. Measures 3 3/8" diameter.

1910-1920's Silver & Brass Horse Bit
The bit features intricate silver and brass hand etchings overlaid on the entire outside of the piece. The frame of this piece is believed to be nickel silver with a cast iron center bit. No makers mark can be found on the piece and this also appears to have a repair welded. Measures 9 5/8" long, 4" tall, and 5 5/8" wide (outside dimension).

1910-1920's Crockett Silver Overlay Horse Bit
The spur is marked Crockett on the inside and is from 1910-1920's. This features hand worked overlaid silver on a cast iron frame. Th bit has some missing silver as shown. Measures 8"l x 5 5/8" w(od) x 2.75"h

1910-1920's Crockett Pony Bit
The bit has three hand worked silver overlay on each side on a cast iron frame. The pony bit is believed to be by Crockett with the maker mark being work off showing little remnants as seen in the photograph. Measures 6.25"w x 5 5/8'l x 1 11/16" loop.

1920's North & Judd R Steel Silver Spurs
This is a set of 1920's North and Judd Spurs marked with the Anchor brand and 'R Steel Silver (then the star)'. The North & Judd company bought the August Buermann Mfg. Co. and this spur is marked with both the Buemann star and Judd anchor. These are most likely from 1926 and have a desirable horse head with a horse shoe surrounding it. The spurs also have the chains. Measures 6.25" long, 4.25" wide (outside dimensions), and 1.75" diameter rowels.

1910-1920's North & Judd Brass & Silver Spurs
These spurs are made by North & Judd ad features a solid brass construction with a horse head and horse shoe silver overlay. The set of spurs has a double chains included and are for woman. The spur is marked with the Anchor logo only indicating these were made before the company bought the August Buermann Company with the star logo. These are dated from 1910 to early 1920's. The spur measures 5"x4 1/8" (outside dimension) and 1.25" rowels.

1930-1940's Crockett Stainless & Silver Spurs
This set of spurs featues a stainless steel frame with small rowels, and hand worked silver overlay. These also come with the original hand tooled leather and are marked as photographed. The spurs are believed to be from the late 1930's to 1940's. Measures 4 3/8"x5 3/8" (outside dimensions) and has 1" rowel.

Winchester Model 92 Lever Action Rifle 44-40
The Winchester Model 1892 was a lever-action repeating rifle designed by John Browning as a smaller, lighter version of his large-frame Model 1886, and which replaced the Model 1873 as the company's lever-action for pistol-caliber rounds such as the .44-40. This rifle features a round 24" barrel and is a tube fed .44-40 (40 W.C.F.) caliber lever action rifle made by Winchester Repeating Arms Co. The carbine has a serial number of 927*** and was manufactured in 1923. The rifle has a smooth action with steel butt plate and shows having normal handling dings, but no major flaws. This is a highly collectible gun in a sought after caliber.

Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Octagon 25-20
The Winchester Model 1892 was a lever-action repeating rifle designed by John Browning as a smaller, lighter version of his large-frame Model 1886, and which replaced the Model 1873 as the company's lever-action for pistol-caliber rounds such as the .44-40. This rifle features a octagon 24" barrel and is a tube fed .25-20 W.C.F. caliber lever action rifle made by Winchester Repeating Arms Co. The carbine has a serial number of 269*** and was manufactured in 1903. The rifle has a smooth action with steel butt plate. The wood stock is in good condition with little wear. The barrel and action are in good condition showing original coloring on the barrel and magazine tube. This also has the crescent butt plate.

Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine 25-20
This is a lever action Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine. This has a 20" round barrel in a rare desired .25-20 W.C.F. caliber. The Winchester Model 1892 was a lever-action repeating rifle designed by John Browning as a smaller, lighter version of his large-frame Model 1886, and which replaced the Model 1873 as the company's lever-action for pistol-caliber rounds such as the .44-40. The barrel shows excellent blueing retained with a slight amount of wear in the center of the barrel. The lever also retains the original blueing. The wood on this carbine is in good condition with only a few normal handling dings, but otherwise impressive condition. The rifle has a serial number 837*** and was manufactured in 1916. This is a tube fed lever action and is believed to be a very rare desired carbine.

Winchester Model 94 Theodore Roosevelt Sign
This is an original rare cardboard sign for the Winchester Model 94 Theodore Roosevelt Commemorative 30-30 Rifle. The sign shows a fold in the center and edge damage, but is a true original Winchester Store display Advertisement Sign. There are little to none of these left. Measures 12"x35.25" The sign is most likely made in 1968-1969.

1879 CC Morgan Silver Dollar
This is a raw Morgan Silver Dollar that was struck at the Carson City Mint in 1879. This comes with the clear plastic holder.

1865 and 1871 Two Cent Pieces ~ US Coins
2 x money

Montana Pronghorn Antelope Shoulder Mount
The shoulder mount is in good condition with no visible loss to the fur. This mount shows impressive, large horns with good coloring and has a unique turned head. The mount also has an impressive 'mohawk' on the back of the neck.

Rocky Mountain Ram Female Shoulder Mount
This is a shoulder mount of a female Rocky Mountain Ram from the Bighorn Sheep family. The mounts fur is in good condition with no visible loss and has good colored horns.

Great American Bison Buffalo Skull
This is a larger skull with impressive symmetrical horns having good condition and deep coloring. The skull has been cleaned very well and shows no visible breaks. The measurements are 24"x27"

1880 Frank and Jesse James First Edition
Title reads, " Life and Adventures of Frank and Jesse James the Noted Western Outlaws. By Hon. J. A. Dacus, Ph. D. 'Strange murmurs fill my tingling ears, Bristles my hair, my sinews quake, At this dread tale of reckless deeds.' Illustrated St.Luois: N.D. Thompson & Co,. Publishers, 520, 522 and 524 Pine Street...... 1880." This is the true genuine first edition of the book from 1880 with the original brown clothe cover having gilt lettering on the front. The book has wear on the corners, but overall a rare good collectible. Measures 5.25"x7.5"

1920's Trek 2 Everest George Mallory Boots
These are the original boots from the 1920's Trek 2 of Mount Everest from the famed climbers George Leigh Mallory and Andrew Irvine. The attempted to do what no one in history had done, summit Mount Everest, the tallest point in the world. These men were surrounded by a cloud of mystery as they were never seen again when attempting to summit in the 1920's, until they were discovered in 1999 by Conrad Anker. These are the original boots discovered from Mallory's Trek 2 Base camp at 17,000. The bottom reads, "Galibier Jannu Made in France." These are extraordinary piece of World History.

1865-1888 S. Newhouse No. 5 Bear Trap
This is an original antique cast bear trap from the most collectible trap name, Newhouse. This is a No. 5 Bear trap with the plate being legible and overall in good condition. The pan of this reads S. Newhouse which dates this to 1865-1888 being made during the life of Sewell Newhouse and possibly by him. This trap measures 34.5" long with a 4" plate.

Duke Trap # 15 D Bear Trap
This is a genuine old Bear Trap that is marked Duke Trap # 15 Bear D. This is a large Bear trap in great condition. The trap has a flawless pan and frame showing off set large teeth. The trap measures 35" long with a 4" diameter pan.

Collection of 5 Antique Victor Traps
This collection includes 5 Victor Oneida Traps from the small No. 1 to the No. 5 trap. These all sell as a collection and are widely collectible. The largest measures 18.5" long and a 2 5/8" pan.

Colt Python 357 Magnum CTG. Revolver
This is a rare gun that is in mint condition showing beautiful bluing and the wood grips with perfect checkering. Features a vented ribbed barrel, 6" barrel, target sights, and gold Colt tags on each grip. The only wear on the entire gun is a very slight wear of the blue on the edge of the barrel typical of any hand gun. This gun is a double action exposed hammer six shot revolver made by Colt. The gun is serial number K37387 making this from 1981.

American Bicentennial High Standard Revolver
The hand gun features a Blued finish with a steel frame, Six shot single action, and wood grips. This comes with the original brown leatherette covered case with American Bicentennial 1776 - 1976 and contains a pewter Bicentennial belt buckle. This collector gun is marked High Standard and serial number A1212. This is a black powder 1851 Colt Navy style .36 caliber hand gun that does function. The gun is mint in the box with no wear. (made in 1976).

Magnum Research Dessert Eagle 50 Cal Hand Gun
This is a 50 Caliber AE semi automatic hand gun with a 10.5" barrel. The gun reads, "Magnum Research Inc. Minneapolis Minn. Made in Israel (serial number) 32202718 .50AE Desert Eagle Israel Military Industries LTD. (I.M.I). This has the original hard box, papers, rare extra long barrel, and shoulder 'Sidekick' holster. This is in MINT condition and is believed to have not been fired.

Match 7.62mm NATO Lake City Army 100 rounds
This lot features 4 unopened and one opened Match Lake City Army Ammunition 7.62mm NATO boxes with all the 100 rounds. These are hard to find collector items.

Federal 357 Magnum Bullets
This lot features 46 rounds of .357 Magnum Caliber bullets. There are 34 and 12.

Federal and Blazer Brass 40 S&W 150 Rounds
The lot has two boxes of Federal and one of Blazer Brass all 180 gr FMJ. Total this lot sells with 150 rounds of ammo.

1890 CC Morgan Silver Dollar
This is a raw Morgan Silver Dollar that was struck at the Carson City Mint in 1890. This comes with the clear plastic holder.

1865 • 1866 - 3 CENT NICKLE
2 x money

Montana Mountain Lion Full Mount
The mount is in excellent condition with no visible fur loss. This mount is of a Large Mountain Lion taken in Montana and can be both a table mount or wall mount. The Lion is 75" long across the body to the end of the tail. The mount is 57.5" long.

Alaska Moose Shoulder Mount Detachable Antlers
This mount has a large body and good colored antlers. The mount is in good condition with full paddle antlers and was taken in Alaska. This shoulder mount is an impressive piece. This mount also has detachable antlers which makes this mount easy to mount on a wall and cuts down on shipping cost tremendously. Measures 52" across the antlers, 56" off the wall, and 46" tall.

Horseback Riding Wood Sign from 320 Ranch
This is from the Historic 320 Ranch Big Sky Montana. This ranch was started in 1898 and is a well known and visited ranch. This sign was hand made and used at the ranch. The sign shows age and is a double sided two tier sign. Each letter is cut into the board and the bottom hangs from the top sign. The top measures 9 1/8"x66.25" and the bottom sign 7 1/8"x24 1/8" with both being 1.5" thick.

1930-1940's Nashville Painted Sign
This piece is from the 1930-1940's and featues a hand painted and made sign that reads, Nashville. The sign shows black and white coloring with holes in the center where it was mounted, but otherwise having great solid patina. Measures 12"x69.5" and 3/4" thick.

Anaconda Montana Brewery Box
This is an original early Anaconda Brewery Box from the famed Anaconda, Montana Copper town. The box shows original red coloring with the words pressed into both sides of the box. This originally was a Blatz Box made that was altered into the current Antique Anaconda Box. Measures 12.25"x18.25" and 1.25" tall.

1890's Salesman Sample Washing Machine
This is an incredibly rare item from the 1890's. This would have been the salesman sample for the larger washing machines. The piece is very rare and collectible showing the working cast gears, handle, and inside moving washing parts. The piece measures 13" to the top of the gear and 17.75" tall to the top of the handle. The diameter measures 10.25"

1872-1880 Champion D. W. Georges Washer
This is an original hand built and painted washing machine that reads, "D. W. Georges Patent Pat.D Jan. 9th 1872 (and the other side) Champion." This piece was strongly believed to be created near 1872-1880's and is a rare collectible washer. Measures 41.5" tall to the top of the handle and 12 3/8"x17.25"

1907-1920's Western Electric Model 317 Wall Phone
This is an original condition model 317 magneto wall phones from Western Electric and was made between 1907-1920's. The phone is in good condition and shows all the visible parts giving it a classic antique collectible look. The phone measures 11.5" to the outside of the ear piece and 20.5" tall. The phone sits 14.5" off the wall.

Colt Trooper Mark III .22 LR Revolver
This is a genuine Colt Trooper Mark III .22 Long Rifle Caliber six shot double action revolver. This is in mint condition with beautiful blueing and mint checkering wood grips. This features the 8" barrel gold colt logo on both grips and serial number Y17995. This gun is believed to have little to no use.

Colt Trooper Mark Series Grip
This is a brand new old stock Rubber Grip for the Colt Trooper. This shows both Colt Logos.

Colt Official Police .38 Special with Original Box
This is a 1951 Colt Official Police Special .38 Caliber 6 shot double action revolver 6 inch barrel with the original box, label, and paper. This is in overall good condition with the blueing retained and the grips in mint condition with the only imperfection being a slight discoloration on the right side of the gun (as pictured). This is serial number 805804 which places this at 1951.

Sprague & Marston Pepper Box Civil War Hand Gun
This is a New York United States made rare antique gun that is the iconic Pepper Box. This shows hand etchings on around the entire piece and down the grips. This is a double action 6 shot hand gun from the Civil War and is marked, "Cast Steel Warranted Sprague 7 Marston New York." US Pepper Boxes from this era are increasingly rare. This was pat. in 1849 and believed to have use in the Civil War. Measures overall 9" long with a 4.25" barrel

Damascus Steel Bowie Knife
The blade shows the Damascus Steel in excellent condition and the handle having burl wood grips. This is a very finely crafted knife showing great craftsmanship. Damascus Steel was a lost art of blade making for years, but has been reborn. This style of blade making is rare and highly desired for its attractive look and very strong steel. Overall measures 13.25" long with a 7.5" blade.

1880 S Morgan Silver Dollar (Golden tone) RARE
This is a Raw Morgan Silver Dollar that was struck at the San Francisco Mint in. This comes with the clear plastic holder. (Golden tone)

1856 • 1857 early American Coins
1856 SEATED LIBERTY QUARTER 1857 FLYING EAGLE CENT

Rustic Log High Table
This features a solid wood top with a unique western burnt logo on the top and log legs. This piece has a great look. Measures 30.5"x96" and 44" tall.

Rustic Log High Table
This features a solid wood top with a unique western burnt logo on the top and log legs. This piece has a great look. Measures 30.5"x96" and 44" tall.

Rustic Log High Table
This features a solid wood top with a unique western burnt logo on the top and log legs. This piece has a great look. Measures 30.5"x96" and 44" tall.

Rustic Log High Table
This features a solid wood top with a unique western burnt logo on the top and log legs. This piece has a great look. Measures 30.5"x96" and 44" tall.

Rustic Log High Table
This features a solid wood top with a unique western burnt logo on the top and log legs. This piece has a great look. Measures 30.5"x96" and 44" tall.

Rustic Log High Table
This features a solid wood top with a unique western burnt logo on the top and log legs. This piece has a great look. Measures 30.5"x96" and 44" tall.

Rustic Log High Table
This features a solid wood top with a unique western burnt logo on the top and log legs. This piece has a great look. Measures 30.5"x96" and 44" tall.

Rustic Log High Table
This features a solid wood top with a unique western burnt logo on the top and log legs. This piece has a great look. Measures 30.5"x96" and 44" tall.

Rustic Log Square Pub Table
This lot matches the previous larger style. This features a solid wood top with a unique western burnt logo on the top and log legs. This piece has a great look. Measures 30.25"x47.75" and 45.25" tall.

20 ft. White Buffalo Canvas Tepee
This is a 20 foot diameter canvas tepee made by White Buffalo Canvas in Livingston, Montana. The tent is in brand new condition and comes with the wooden tent poles (one missing). The tent also includes the inner lining, stakes, and door pegs.

1900-1910 Architectural House Trim
This piece is hand made and has the original white peeling paint. This has a great design showing beautiful cut outs and stick and ball accents. This piece would have been at the front of the house and is widely collectible today for its fantastic decor look. Measures 82"x47.5"

Antique Corn Shucker
This is a genuine hand built antique farm implement. This features a large cast iron wheel which drives grinders and gears that shuck the corn. The piece was hand painted and shows signs of pin striping. This is a great farm collectible and yard art piece. Measures 39.5" tall and 20"x25"

Old Hand Carved Tigua Ladder
This piece is hand carved and is held together with iron nails and rawhide. The ladder has a unique and desired rustic look. Measures 89" tall.

Winchester Model 1894 38-55 Lever Action RARE
The Winchester Model 1894 is a lever action rifle which became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles. It was designed by John Browning in 1894 and was the first rifle to chamber the smokeless powder round. The Model 94 is often referred to as the "ultimate lever-action design." This has a serial number of 387*** and was manufactured in 1906. This is a lever action rifle with a 26" round barrel and in the rare and highly desired .38-55 caliber. This rifle shows the wood in great condition with normal handling dings, but overall good condition with the crescent metal butte plate. The barrel an action are both in good condition retaining original blueing. This is a tube fed magazine rifle.

Winchester Model 1894 32 WS Lever Action Rifle
The Winchester Model 1894 is a lever action rifle which became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles. It was designed by John Browning in 1894 and was the first rifle to chamber the smokeless powder round. The Model 94 is often referred to as the "ultimate lever-action design." This has a serial number of 635*** and was manufactured in 1912. This is a lever action rifle with a 26" nickel steel round barrel and in the .32 Winchester Special caliber. This rifle shows the wood in great condition with normal handling dings, but overall good condition having only a ¼” chip on the cheek rest with the crescent metal butte plate. The barrel and action are both in good condition retaining original blueing. This is a tube fed magazine rifle.

Winchester Model 1894 25-35 Saddle Ring Carbine
The Winchester Model 1894 is a lever action rifle which became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles. It was designed by John Browning in 1894 and was the first rifle to chamber the smokeless powder round. The Model 94 is often referred to as the "ultimate lever-action design." This has a serial number of 595*** and was manufactured in 1910. This is a lever action saddle ring carbine with a 20" nickel steel round barrel and in the .25-35 W.C.F. caliber. This carbine shows the wood in great condition with normal handling dings, but overall good condition with the metal butte plate. The barrel and action are both in good condition retaining original blueing. This is a tube fed magazine rifle. (note this is missing the ring, but a replacement can be found easily).

1906 National Cash Register 313
This is an original Nickel Finish National Cash Register Model 313 that was made in 1906. The piece is the Barber or Candy Store Size and is highly collectible. The register also features the rare original antique 'Amount Purchased' top plate. The font brass plate needs a screw, the top plate that shows the meter has a broken hinge (but sits perfectly), and the 90 cents button does not function, otherwise this is a great condition original machine. Measures10 3/8"x16.25" and 20.5" tall.

1890's Mercantile Candy or Shirt Counter
This has been professionally refinished and is a hand built 1890's piece. This shows 8 drawers that pull out and have a unique glass display front. This shows carved accents and beautifully carved feet. This is a rare piece. Measures 29" deep, 50 7/8" wide, and 39.25" tall.

Antique Brass Bed
This is an original condition antique solid brass bed with a cast iron base. This piece has a few dents, but otherwise is a rare desirable bed. The bead area measures 54.5"x77.75"

1852 • 1853 Braided Hair Large Cent (NICE)
2 x money

1960's Sterling Inlayed Bracelet
The bracelet features a .925 Mexico Silver frame and inlayed Tigers Eye, Black Onyx, and Lapis Lazuli stones. The bracelet is in good condition.

1950's Navajo Abalone Bolo Tie
The bolo tie was hand made by the Navajo Native Americans in the 1950's and features a large piece of abalone set in what appears to be silver. This has a unique band that has a leather and metal woven band that measures 18" long. The pendant is 3 1/8"x2.5"

Navajo Silver Turquoise and Coral Belt Buckle
The belt buckle was hand made by a Navajo Native American and features a horse head made of Coral and is framed in a turquoise stone inlay design. The buckle is marked on the back John Perry. The buckle is made of Silver. This is believed to be from the 1940's. Measures 2"x3"

Ruger Southport Mini 14 .223 Early Serial Number
This is a rare collector’s gun that is called the Ruger “Southport” Mini 14 .223 caliber rifle . Ruger introduced the Mini 14 in the 1970’s and only made 1400 to begin with, then after changing a few design pieces mass produced the gun which is a great semi-automatic. This gun was the 1,329th Southport Mini-14 ever manufactured. Which of course means it was one of the first ever made. This Rifle is in great condition with only a few slight imperfections from handling, but otherwise has a beautifully kept action and barrel. It was manufactured in 1974. The serial number is 180-01329 and also has the front gold bead sight and the rear sight, which is unique in that is made to be adjustable with the bullet. This Gun is a early production low serial number 100% Original Condition Southport Mini-14 Rifle with a excellent smooth action. Also has the original Southport Clip (NOTE this is more than just a useable, dependable, rifle, but a Ruger collectible).

1894 Winchester 30-30 Lever Action circa-1915
This is an original condition Model 1894 Lever Action Winchester Repeating Arms Company 30-30 Rifle. The rifle was made in 1915 and retains the original condition. This rifle is a 2 owner gun with the original owner storing the gun in a closet for over 50 years (the barrel shows a wear spot from the area it leaned in the closet). The rifle has a serial number of 783253. The Winchester also features the rare Saddle Ring and is in excellent condition showing the deep blueing, wear typical of the saddle ring, and normal handling wear on the wood which is limited. This is a excellent tube fed Winchester Repeating rifle and would fit any collection.

Remington Nylon 11 Bolt Action .22 Rifle
This is a Remington Nylon 11 bolt action .22 long rifle caliber and is believed to be a very early production rifle. This is a clip fed rifle and is in 90% + condition with a sight crack 1/4" long above the trigger. This .22 caliber rifle is very collectible and was produced in an effort to make a gun that would not require any lubricants and therefore is widely used in the Arctic Circle. The rifle has a smooth action and no serial numbers. RW3

1922 • 23 • 26 Peace Dollar
3 x money

1881S • 1886P • Morgan Silver Dollar
2 x money This is a Raw Morgan Silver Dollar that was struck at the San Francisco Mint in 1881, uncirculated This is a raw Morgan Silver Dollar that was struck at the Philadelphia Mint in 1886, uncirculated

Navajo Sterling Turquoise Bolo Tie IHMSS W. Dodson
This is marked, "I H M S S W. Dodson" and the clasp is a Bennett. W. Dodson is mentioned in several reference books on Southwestern silver, including Hougart's definitive 'The Little Book of Marks on Southwestern Silver.' This piece is from the 1920-1930's on a braided leather with silver decorations on the end. The silver is hand worked and shows impressive details. The piece measures 20" long and the bolo is 1.25"x1 5/8"

Coral & Silver Native American Necklace
The necklace features 85 hand made coral beads with the clasp marked .925 silver. The necklace is believed to be from the 1970's shows an impressive deep red coral necklace with the largest stone measuring 7/8"x3/4"x3/4" The necklace measures 21" long end to end.

Navajo Silver, Turquoise and Moonstone Bracelet
This bracelet is hand made by the Navajo Native Americans using silver. The bracelet shows very skilled silver working craftsmanship having twisted rope silver and a hand made feather. The bracelet features a turquoise, coral, and moonstone. Believed to be from the 1940-1950's. Measures 2"x2 3/8" outside dimensions and the top pendant is 1 1/8"x1 5/8"

1960's Sterling and Semi Precious Stone Bracelet
This bracelet is marked Mexico .925 Silver and features 9 stones set in silver. The stones include Turquoise, Malachite, Black Onyx, Chrysocolla, and Sugilite. This is from the 1960's. Measures 8.25" long. Each stone measures 8/16"x11/16"

Navajo E. Carviso Silver & Turquoise Ring
The ring is artist signed E. Carviso. Emma worked in a hospital on the Navajo reservation, and made elegantly simple, contemporary jewelry in her spare time. This is from the 1950-1960's and is made of silver with a shadow boxed turquoise stone.

1950's Zuni Native American Silver & Inlayed Ring
This ring was hand made by the Zuni Native Americans and features a hand worked silver frame with a unique inlayed stone top. The top features square like inlayed stones of Moonstone, Turquoise, Black Onyx, Coral, Abalone, and Tiger's Eye. This ring is from the 1950's and in good condition.

1960's Italian Silver and Zuni Inlay Necklace
This necklace features a .925 Italian Silver clasp and necklace with a 'C.S. Sterling' Zuni Inlayed Pendant. The pendant was hand made by the Zuni Native Americans and features Turquoise,Coral, Black Onyx, and more. The necklace measures 18" long unclasped with a pendant that hangs 1.5" long and 3/4" wide.

1930's Navajo Blue Tigers Eye Sterling Ring
This is hand made by the Navajo Native Americans and features a sterling silver marked ring with a large Blue Tigers Eye stone. The ring is a size 9.5-10 men's. This is from the 1930's.

Winchester Model 94 .32 WS Lever Action Carbine
The Winchester Model 1894 is a lever action rifle which became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles. It was designed by John Browning in 1894 and was the first rifle to chamber the smokeless powder round. The Model 94 is often referred to as the "ultimate lever-action design." This has a serial number of 1685*** and was manufactured in 1949. This is a lever action carbine with a 20" round barrel and in the .32 Winchester Special caliber. This carbine shows the wood in great condition with minimal normal handling dings, but overall good condition with the metal butte plate. The barrel and action are both in great condition retaining all the original blueing. This is a tube fed magazine rifle.

Winchester Model 1894 .30-30 Octagon Lever Rifle
The Winchester Model 1894 is a lever action rifle which became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles. It was designed by John Browning in 1894 and was the first rifle to chamber the smokeless powder round. The Model 94 is often referred to as the "ultimate lever-action design." This has a serial number of 403*** and was manufactured in 1906. This is a lever action rifle with a 26" octagon nickel steel barrel and in the .30-30 W.C.F. caliber. This rifle shows the wood in great condition with normal handling dings and scratches, but overall good with the metal butte plate. The barrel and action are both in good condition retaining some original blueing. This is a tube fed magazine rifle.

Remington Nylon Mohawk 10C .22 Rifle
This is a Remington Nylon Mohawk 10C .22 long rifle caliber auto rifle. This has a brown stock with blued receiver and barrel and is in 80%+ condition. This is very collectible and was produced in an effort to make a gun that would not require any lubricants and therefore is widely used in the Arctic Circle. This gun is in good condition with near perfect action and barrel and normal wear on the stock. This gun has a smooth auto action with a clip fed stock. The rifle has a serial number of 255**** placing this at 1970-1975. RW15

1921 Peace Dollar ( Rare date)

1879 P Morgan Silver Dollar PCGS MS63
This is a raw Morgan Silver Dollar that was struck at the Philadelphia Mint in 1879. This comes with the clear plastic holder. Brilliant uncirculated

1932 Wurlitzer & Sons Baby Grand Piano
The piano is in great playing condition and is made by Wurlitzer & Sons. This was made in 1932 and is a 88 key petite grand piano. The piano is a baby grand with black coloring. The piano shows slight chipping around the edges, but overall a great piece. The piano comes with the original bench which measures 13.75"x30.5" and 21" tall. The piano measures 58"x57" top and 37.75" tall.

Antique Butlers Dresser with Writing Desk
This is a genuine solid oak antique Butler's Dresser that has the unique pull down writing desk. This has been professionally restored and is in great condition. The mirror swivels. Measures 21"x44" and 80.25' tall.

RARE Antique Curved Glass Curio Cabinet
This is a RARE sought after curio cabinet that features solid oak construction and original curved glass and carved front. This has been professionally refinished and is in good condition. This has the key and three shelves. Have a entirely curved front curio or china cabinet is very rare and desirable. Measures 69.25" tall, 28" wide, and 17.5" deep.

1880's East Lake Style Dresser
This dresser was hand made in 1880's and features burl overlay and hand carved accents. The dresser has a tall mirror with shelves on either side. The drawers pulls are made of wood and nickel showing excellent quality. Measures 20 1/8"x39" and 86.25" tall.

1903-1920 Raab Chippendale Table & 6 Chairs
This is made by the Raab, John D. Chair Company in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The piece was made between 1903-1920 and features a Chippendale style carved accents with the original finish showing. The Table shows wear, but overall is in good condition with no visible major breaks. This lot features the table with leaves and a set of 6 chairs all with the Chippendale carved accents. Measures " tall. LOTS 185, 186, and 187 are the same maker and style and would make a great set.

1903-1920 Raab Chippendale Sideboard
This is made by the Raab, John D. Chair Company in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The piece was made between 1903-1920 and features a Chippendale style carved accents with the original finish showing. The sideboard shows wear, but overall is in good condition with no visible major breaks. Measures 22"x68.5" and 64.25" tall. LOTS 185, 186, and 187 are the same maker and style and would make a great set.

1903-1920 Raab Chippendale China Hutch
This is made by the Raab, John D. Chair Company in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The piece was made between 1903-1920 and features a Chippendale style carved accents with the original finish showing. This is also believed to have the original antique 'wavy' glass. The cabinet shows wear, but overall is in good condition with no visible major breaks. Measures 16"x44.5" and 64.25" tall. LOTS 185, 186, and 187 are the same maker and style and would make a great set.

Rustic Pine Armoire
This armoire has a curved top with carved crown molding and rustic iron hinges. This new piece is in good condition and is a great armoire or office desk. Measures 25.25"x50.25" and 78.25" tall.

White Shabby Chic Chandelier
The chandelier has hanging cut glass pieces across the entire piece and candle stick style lights. The light has two repaired arms and a shabby white painted look. Each hanging piece was hand painted showing faint pink and blues around the edges. Measures 29" wide and 35" tall without the chain.

Crystal Chandelier
This has a wrought iron design with many cut glass or crystal pieces. This is in good condition. It is a newer piece believed to be working coming right from the sellers home. The chandelier's metal frame measures 34.5"diameter and 28" tall without crystals. (NOTE missing crystals are behind the counter)

Fine Art Lamps 233449ST Hammered Bronze Fusion
Fusion. Science or art form? As a science, Fusion combines different elements, creating a union. The merging of aesthetics and techniques from diverse cultures transforms the science of fusion to an art. Its deceptively simple forms suggest the influence of Asian philosophies on contemporary design. The surface of hammered bronze evokes the timeless beauty of traditional crafts. Fusion by Fine Art Lamps, the stunning result of merging techniques and cultures. Features:Includes mesh diffuserSpecifications:Number of Bulbs: 1Bulb Base: Medium (E26)Bulb Type: IncandescentBulb Included: NoWatts Per Bulb: 200Wattage: 200Voltage: 120Dimmable: YesHeight: 26"Width: 19"Diameter: 19"Fine Art Lamps - Original lighting designs handcrafted in America and specified world-wide since 1940. Sells for over $4,000 for a set. Measures 24" tall frame and 19" diameter.

Antique Carved Settee
This is in great condition showing carved accents and re-upholstered white pin cushion back. Measures 30"x50.25" and 34.5" tall.

Oak Roll Top Desk
This is a solid oak roll top desk in good condition. The top has a smooth roll and each drawer pull is brass. Measures 21.75"x50.75" and 46.75"

Solid Oak Office Chair with Whicker Back
The office chair is in good condition on modern casters and frame. The solid oak frame and seat are in good condition.

Custom Made Oak & Walnut Table
This table is hand made and features a unique wedge design. This table has an oak and walnut top and oak base. The top has wear, but overall a solid attractive piece. The piece was made entirely with wood dowels or mortise teno. Measures 40"x84" and 31" tall.

Vermont Radiance Gas Heater Model 2600
This is a Radiance Model 2600 Gas Room Heater with Vermont Cast Iron. The stove is in brand new condition with the original manual.

Rustic Custom Log Bench
This bench has an attractive design and is a custom Montana handmade log bench. The bench is in good condition. Measures

Rustic Cast Iron Sofa Table
This features a Rustic solid wood table with a cast iron base that shows a western Native American design. The sofa table has a glass shelf with arrow wrought iron frame. Measures