This summer, North American Auction offers an exploration into the Early Western & American Indian collection; with some vibrant items and some that conjure up bizarre stories. Pawnee Missouri War Tomahawk, an item being featured in the auction, has sixteen human teeth tied onto its brass chain, dating to circa 1850. Collectors may also look forward to encounter iconic items ranging from Tanzanite platinum ring said to have belonged to George Northup’s Wyoming Centennial Medallion to a very rare Wounded Knee Massacre Memorial Drum from circa 1900. In between early pieces of Navajo jewelry and peculiar American Indian antiquities, the auction remains true to its title- the largest sale of this summer. Do visit Bidsquare to bid online.
Lot Categories:American Indian & Ethnographic
# of Lots:501
Price Range:$30 - $12,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Pawnee Missouri War Tomahawk w/ Human Teeth c.1850||
|4.01ct Emerald & 1.19ct Diamond 18K Gold Ring||
|Wounded Knee Massacre Memorial Drum c. 1900 RARE||
|12.98 ct. Tanzanite & Diamond Platinum Ring||
|Wyoming Centennial Medallion by George Northup||
|Cheyenne Beaded Pouch & Ration Ticket c. 1889||
- American Indian & Ethnographic
- American Indian antiquities.
- Early Western & American Indian
- George Northup
- Navajo jewelry
- North American Auction Company
- Pawnee Missouri War Tomahawk
- Tanzanite platinum ring
- Wounded Knee Massacre Memorial Drum
- Wyoming Centennial Medallion
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