"The West Magazine" - September 1969 Issue "The West Magazine" - June Girty the White Indian Miami Indian Life - 1790 - September 1972 Issue
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LaOtto, Indiana 46763
Within 2 hrs. of the auction ends, you will receive a text and email from Shipping Saint to select your pickup time or shipping.
Pick-up will be on Tuesday 17th from 5-8 PM at 11595 E. State Rd. 205 LaOtto, IN 46763
Auction begins to close Saturday, January 14 at 10 am EST. Pre-bidding starts Saturday, December 31 at 7 am EST.
Don't miss your opportunity to bid at this diverse auction, featuring collectibles, antiques and vintage items, Native American Indian artifacts tools, paper ephemera, furniture, and a wide variety of other items! Antiques include collectible advertising tins and other goods, bottles, stereoscope, oil lamps, insulators, scales, water pump, convex painting of the Capitol Building in Washington DC, and pink depression glass. Vintage items include Watt ovenware; Delco retro radio; Boy Scout mess kit; vintage Asian ivory, soapstone, wood pottery, statuary, netsuke; Anker cash register; glassware and serving ware; fireplace cauldron; games; a stoneware whiskey jug; Nippon and Homer Laughlin serving and dinnerware; Gone with the Wind hurricane lamps; and a John F. Kennedy campaign hat. Collectibles for sale include several David Winter cottages, Valmont China, stamps and stamp albums, Polish pottery, DC Comics, Longaberger, Farmall Model H, NASCAR, and other racing collectible diecasts, cereal boxes, belt buckles, Asian-inspired statuary, and Marie Osmond dolls. Other items for sale include military clothing; artwork and religious artwork; trains; sculptures; Asian tapestry fire screens; jewelry; thread and buttons; pewter figurines; sports-related items like badminton rackets, golf clubs, and a carrom game; Native American Indian collectibles, art, Kachina and Mud Dolls, Hand Woven Baskets, Grooved Axe Hammers, Celts, Flint Stones, Fire Stones, Scrapers, Projectile Points, Navajo hand woven Blankets, Arrowheads, and primitive tools; music-related items like a harmonica, sheet music, compact discs, and record albums; and paper ephemera including postcards, books, magazines, newspapers, paper fans, coins, and coasters. This is a large auction with a little something for everyone!
Most Native American Indian scrapers, hammers, arrowheads, axe heads, and other stones and rocks and primitive tools were found in and around the Daviess County, Owensboro, Kentucky area.