Western Guns - Native American - Coins - Antiques
Auction in Montana
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This collection includes 29 arrowheads from Montana, Arizona, Idaho, Utah, and Colorado. These are all dug by a private collectors father (who is now deceased) years ago and are true antiques. The frame measures 9.25"x11" and the largest arrowhead measures 3"
This collection includes 25 arrowheads from Montana, Arizona, Idaho, Utah, and Colorado. These are all dug by a private collectors father (who is now deceased) years ago and are true antiques. The frame measures 6"x15" and the largest arrowhead measures 3.25"
This collection includes 53 original pieces that were hand made by the Northern Plains Native American's. These are most likely from the Idaho, Montana, Wyoming Area. These are believed to be very old pieces and have been placed in an oak frame. The frame measures 11"x13" and the longest arrowhead is 1.5" long.
This collection includes 62 original pieces that were hand made by the Northern Plains Native American's. The collection also includes hand forged metal arrowheads and Buffalo Skinners. These are most likely from the Idaho, Montana, Wyoming Area. These are believed to be very old pieces and have been placed in an oak frame. The frame measures 13.25"x15.75" and the longest arrowhead is 3" long.
This collection includes 60 original pieces that were hand made by the Northern Plains Native American's. The collection also includes Buffalo Skinners. These are most likely from the Idaho, Montana, Wyoming Area. These are believed to be very old pieces and have been placed in an oak frame. The frame measures 6.5"x31.5" and the longest arrowhead is 2 3/8" long.
This collection includes 48 original pieces that were hand made by the Northern Plains Native American's. The collection also includes Buffalo Skinners. These are most likely from the Idaho, Montana, Wyoming Area. These are believed to be very old pieces and have been placed in an oak frame. The frame measures 12 7/8"x12 7/8" and the longest arrowhead is 2.75" long.
This collection includes 64 original pieces that were hand made by the Northern Plains Native American's. The collection also includes Buffalo Skinners. These are most likely from the Idaho, Montana, Wyoming Area. These are believed to be very old pieces and have been placed in an oak frame. The frame measures 14 1/8"x17 1/8"" and the longest arrowhead is 3" long.
This collection includes 93 original hand carved arrowheads and Buffalo Skinners all from Montana Native American's. This is an impressive collection showing different sizes and shapes of arrowheads all recovered in Montana. The pieces are all believed to have considerable age. The frame these are placed in measures __"x__" and the longest arrowhead measures __"
This collection includes 262 pieces that are all hand made in Montana. These pieces are more modern and owned by the famous Big Sky 320 ranch. The entire collection has an impressive look as it is framed. The frame measures __"x__" and the longest arrowhead is __"
This is a original lithograph that was framed at the Billings Decorating Co. in Montana and has the original backing and tag. This print is of the painting done by Charles M. Russell in 1905 which has a title of Blackfeet Burning Crow Buffalo Range. The print is marked, "Copyright by Ridgley Calendar Co." This print is believed to have been made in 1910-1915. Frame measures 8 7/8"x12"
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 key. Measures 9" long.
This is a solid bronze sculpture that is made after the great Outlaw sculpture by Fredric Remington. This has a marble base with a slight chip. Measures 8.75" tall and 4"x6.5"
This is a solid bronze sculpture that is made after the great Buffalo Signal sculpture by Frederic Remington. This has a marble base. Measures 12.5" tall and 3 7/8"x9""
This is an original work of art hand painted by Omak, Washington artist Laura T. Woolschlager (1932-). This original piece is of a Native American Indian Warrior and is hand signed in the art. The live art area measures 8"x10" and the frame measures 13 7/8"x15 7/8"
This is a authorized canvas print of the original oil on canvas. This work of art features an Indian Chief, by Edger Samuel Paxson (American, 1852-1919), signed ''E. S. Paxson'' and also dated 1900. Paxson was a Missoula Montana Native. This is directly from the only authorized printer of this painting. The original is not available for the public. The art area measures 11.5"x14 3/8" and the frame measures 15.5"x18 3/8"
This is a authorized canvas print of the original oil on canvas. This work of art features an Crow Brave, by Edger Samuel Paxson (American, 1852-1919), signed ''E. S. Paxson'' and also dated 1917. Paxson was a Missoula Montana Native. This is directly from the only authorized printer of this painting. The original is not available for the public. The art area measures 7.75"x9.5"" and the frame measures 10.5"x12.25"
This is a authorized canvas print of the original oil on canvas. This work of art features an Indian Chief, by Edger Samuel Paxson (American, 1852-1919), signed ''E. S. Paxson'' and also dated 1904. Paxson was a Missoula Montana Native. This is directly from the only authorized printer of this painting. The original is not available for the public. The art area measures 9 7/8"x13 1/8" and the frame measures 13"x16.25"
These are original circa 1940's WWII United States Military 10th Mountain Ski Poles.
These are original skis from the Dartmouth Cooperative Society made by Dartmouth skis. The skis have a great cabin or ski decor look and are made of wood. The sport of skiing was quickly growing in this time period and the demand for skis grew. Dartmouth College supplied their students with the skis and eventually, due to the quality and demand, began this ski company. Each ski measures 82.75" long.
This is an original Great Falls, Montana advertising mirror and thermometer. This vintage piece reads, "Greely Elevator Company 'Your Grain Merchant' General Office Great Falls, Montana." Measures 6"x6"
The lot features an original rare Montana piece of Advertising that reads, "Compliments of The Old Strong Bank The Columbus State Bank Columbus, Montana." This is made by Holabird Manufacturing Co., Chicago by artist Hanz of a boy fishing. This is in excellent condition and framed in a brass metal chain frame. Measures 7 1/8"x10 1/8"
This is an original photograph of the Swift Current Glacier taken in the 1920's by R.E. Marble in Glacier National Park. This is a rare collectible piece marked on the photo with a photocopy of the reciept on the back. The frame measures 8.75"x10.75" and the art area is 7"x9"
This is a hand tinted print of a photograph taken by the famous L.A. Huffman. This print shows two children with vivid colors. The writing on the bottom has indentation as if hand written. This piece is from Coffrins Gallery and is marked on the back of the frame. Laton Alton Huffman , better known as L. A. Huffman his works are some of the most collectible western photography pieces and is the most well known and sought after Old West Photographer of Montana. The frame measures 17"x19.75" and the print is 10.75"x13.75"
This lot features 6 original trade tokens all from the Old West in Chinook, Montana. These rare pieces include: two Montana Hotel Bar Chinook Montana Good For 25 cents in Trade, Montana Hotel Bar Chinook Montana Good For 10 cents in Trade, Wallner & Larkin Billiards Chinook Mont Good for 40 cents in Trade, Pastime Square Good For 25 cents in Trade, Pastime Round Good for 5 cents in Trade. These are all original pieces of Montana token history. The largest measures 1.25" across.
This lot features 8 original trade tokens all from the Old West Montana. These rare pieces include: The Swastica Roundup Montana, Ryan & Kennedy Harlem Montana Good for 5 cents in Merchandise Only, Mike Kordich Anaconda Mont Good for 10 cents in Trade (RARE mispelled "Anconda"), Cash Club Anaconda Montana Good for 5 cents in Trade, Tonys Corner Bar and Lounge Deer Lodge Montana Good for 25 cents in Trade, City Bar Deer Lodge Mont. 404 Main St Good for 25 cents in Trade, Oxford Billiard Parlor Havre Montana Good for 10 cents in trade, and Pennant Cigar Store 25 cents 17 1/2-4th St. No. These are all original pieces of Montana token history. The largest measures 1" across.
This lot features 7 original trade tokens all from the Old West Montana. These rare pieces include: High Life Tavern Bill Downes Prop Glasgow Mont Good for 5 cents in Trade, Paul's Place for Service Belt Mont Good for 5 cents in Trade, Gould Hotel Twin Bridges Mont Good for 25 cents in Trade, B & L Cut Bank Montana Good for 5 cents in Merchandise (square), Montana State College Student Union Good for 10 cents in Trade, Denny Mont Hotel Good for 5 cents, Ideal Billiard Parlor Good for 10 cents in Trade. These are all original pieces of Montana token history. The largest measures 1 9/16" across.
This lot features 8 original trade tokens all from the Old West Montana. These rare pieces include: The Crown Bar 110 East Park St. Butte Mont Good fr $1.00 in trade, The Eagle Dillon Montana 25 cents in trade, The Eagle Dillon Montana $1.00 in Trade, The Eagle Dillon Montana $5.00 in Trade, City Billiard Parlor R.J.B. Good for 12 1/2 cents in Trade (RARE), Walkers 12 West Park "Fry it in Butter" Butte Montana Good For 10 cents in Trade, MDSE Empire 10 cents and 25 cents in trade. These are all original pieces of Montana token history. The largest measures 1.5" across.
This lot features 8 original trade tokens all from the Old West Montana. These rare pieces include: Plevna Bar Plevna, Montana Good for 25 cents in trade, Henry Rossmann Helena Mont Good for 5 cents in trade,Club Bar Whitefish Mont Good for $1.00 in trade, The Lobby Malta Mont Good for $1.00 in trade, and Ten Pin Lounge Glendive Mont Good for 1 cents in trade. These are all original pieces of Montana token history. The largest measures 1 3/8" across.
This is an original rare piece of Yellowstone Park History. The pennant was made by Bloom Bros Company the Quality Line Minneapolis. The pennant is from 1929 and has the original bear logo which reads, "Bear Me in Mind." Measures 31" long without the tassels.
This is a set of 1920-1930's North and Judd Spurs. The North & Judd company bought the August Buermann Mfg. Co. These are most likely from 1926-1935 and have a desirable horse head with a horse shoe surrounding it. The North and Judd Marking have been ground off with little remnants remaining and also is missing one horse decoration. The spurs also have the chains. Measures 6.25" long, 4.25" wide (outside dimensions), and 1.75" diameter rowels.
This is a Civil War-Era U.S. Cavalry Type "S" Curve Bit, ca. 1860s-1870s. The standard issue bit, for general use with a bradoon. The curved shank made it harder for a horse to grab the side of the bit. With a higher port and the weight of this bit, it would encourage a horse to submit to the rider. Complete Cavalry bit has the U.S. Cavalry insignia on side and a leather bradoon strap intact. The bit shows the brass coloring on the U.S. marking which is rare. The outside dimensions of this bit measures 5 7/8"x9.5"
This is an original advertising sign showing good graphics and colors. The sign reads, "Alfred C. Nelson For Good Results We Feed.. Moor Man's Minerals an Protein Concentrates Moorman Mfg. Co., Quincy, Ill." This is a metal sign with a paint front. Measures 10"x13"
This is a 1950's original metal sign that reads, "Royal Crown Cola Better Taste calls for RC." The thermometer works and the metal sign was made by Donasco. This measures 26" long and 9 7/8" wide.
This is an original Primitive Antique Montana Country table. The table has a tongue and grove solid top and is in solid condition with no visible rot. This piece measures 36" wide, 30.25" tall, and 11 foot 6.5" long.
This is an original handmade Primitive Antique Montana Country Bench. This is in solid condition with very desired patina. Measures 11in x11ft 2in x 18in tall.
This is an original handmade Montana Primitive Antique Table. The table is made with solid wood and has a wonderful patina. The top has the initials, "W.K. E.G." Measures 29.25"x48" and 25" tall.
The lot features a Primitive Antique Country Table handmade in Montana. This piece shows a dark patina with wood grain shown through. The table has 5 legs and can take a leaf. Measures 30.25"x42" and 29.75" tall.
The dresser features a solid oak construction with a large door with an area for hanging, 4 drawers and a mirror. This is an original Antique and appears to be complete and in good original condition. Measures 38.75" long x17.5" deep, and 62.75" tall.
This shows the original shabby chic white paint and carved legs with wooden casters. The drop leaf table is missing one side, but is in solid condition. Measures 21.75"x42.25" and 30.5" tall.
The table features a great piece of flagstone with vivid colors and a hand made wrought Iron base. This piece was made in Darby, Montana. Measures 24.75"x30.5" and 24.75" tall.
The lot features a set of 2 handmade Queen Anne Chairs from the Civil War Era 1860's. These show hand carved accents and the original wood seat frame. Each measures 18"x20" and 40.5" (These sell as one lot).
This is an original true Primitive Antique handmade piece from a Montana settlement. This piece is made with a solid over 1 inch thick top. Measures 30"x36"
The lot features a handmade true Antique Primitive solid wood butchers block from a Montana Settlement. This features a hand forged iron ring around the solid 13" thick top. Measures 21.25"x23.25" (with the iron band).
These are original western handmade bar stools from an original Saloon. The lot features 3 bar stools all having a solid wood seat showing green paint and a metal base. These all swivel. Each measures 25" tall and 13" diameter. (Sell as one lot).
This lot features a black forest hand carved Grizzly Bear. This is an original work of art showing impressive and high quality craftsmanship. The bear has a built in music box that works flawlessly and also is used as a humidor. This bear shows wear, but is a very collectible rare piece from the 1870-1880's. Measures 13.25" tall.
This is an original World War II era bag from Switzerland. This bag would have been used by the Mountaineer Military men and is made with great craftsmanship with horsehide, leather, and canvas. The bag is in excellent condition. This is marked, "Ernst Fassler 1940 Appenzell." The bag measures 10.5"x20"
This is an original piece from Great Falls, Montana. The bucket is in great condition with both the handle and top. This is made by Dixie and is from the 1940-1950's. The bucket measures 6.75" tall (without handle) with a diameter of 8.5"
This is an original Livingston, Montana advertising tin in excellent condition. The front reads, "Cold Storage Mkt. Our Own Make Kettle Rendered Pure Lard Every Package Warranted 2 LBS. NET Livingston, Mont. The Brecht Co St. Louis." This rare piece of Montana history and advertising measures 4.75" tall (without the handle) with a 4.75" diameter.
This is an original hand forged candlestick used by miners. The piece is believed to be from Butte, Montana in the 1800's. Measures 7 7/8" long and 3 5/8" to the top of the metal hook and 5.25" tall to the top of the candle.
This piece was hand made by Big Sky Carvers artist, L. Jakober 1994 in Manhattan, Montana. This loon was hand carved and hand painted. The piece is in great visible condition. and hand signed. Measures 14" long and 5.25" tall. These hand made solid wood pieces are highly collectible.
This is an original true antique solid wood and cast iron buggy seat in good condition. The seat shows faded paint and a fantastic collectible antique look used as furniture, or decor item. Measures 28.5" deep. 44.5" long and 28" tall.
The lot features a trunk or chest. The piece has solid wood construction with cast iron hinges and lock area on the front. The front right has a piece of wood missing, but overall a solid piece showing no missing planks or loose wood. Measures 23.25"x40 and 25" tall.
These are original Montana Saloon doors with a white paint finish. This matching set is in solid condition and would be a great addition to any entry way. These each measure 14.75"x35.75"
This piece is made of galvanized metal and originally was used as a chicken feeder. This was made by Hudson and shows the embossed lettering on the front. The feeder is sought after now for its decor uses both outside and in. This shows no rust on the outside or major issues overall being a great piece. Measures 9.25"x59.25" and 5 1/8" tall (with the wire gate down).
This is a .22 caliber b-b rifle with the original box. This was produced by a joint venture of Daisy and Heddon companies between 1967-69. It uses a caseless 22 bullet and is fired by the heat of air compression (adiabatic compression), no firing pin. They made 19,000 of this model and was closed down by the USA because they didn't have a license to produce a fire arm. This rifle fires a .22 Cal, 29-grain caseless bullet @ 1150 fPS which is comparable to a .22 "Long" cartridge. This is considered a firearm and requires an FFL. The rifle is in mint condition with the original box.
These are all Morgan Silver Dollars and were all minted in Philadelphia. These coins sell 3 times the money (3 times the highest bid called regardless). All three come in plastic holders. (The estimate is per coin).
These are all Morgan Silver Dollars and were all minted in San Francisco. These coins sell 3 times the money (3 times the highest bid called regardless). All three come in plastic holders. (The estimate is per coin).
This is a old piece that is made of cast metal showing a lions face. This is a very desired original piece of architectural decor possibly from a fountain. Measures 15.5"x19.75" and 5.5" off the wall.
This is a solid wood box with good graphics that read, "Black & White Blended Scotch Whiskey James Buchanan & Co. Ltd. Glasgow Scotland." This product of Scotland distributed from Independent Liquor Co. 905 Dragon Street Dallas, Texas. Measures 11.75"x17"
This is an authentic handmade marionette of a old Mexican cowboy. The piece has all the attached strings and wood piece and works. The doll measures 15.5" long and hangs 23" long.
This is an original store display from 1950 and would have been held in a Soda Fountain. The sign is in overall good condition showing all the paint and no rust or fading on the sign. This has a General Electric Motor on the back. The sign has a 18" diameter.
This is an original piece of advertising from 1908 that is made by The Allen Sanitary Fountain Mfg Co. in Toledo, Oh. This piece shows scratched graphics, but the metal is in good condition. Measures 6.25"x12.5" and 4.75" off the wall to the end of the small spout.
This is a rare sign that originally was neon. The metal sign features the City Club Beer by Schmidt St. Paul. The front shows wear, but overall a rare sign. This metal and porcelain enamel sign measures 36"x41.5"
This is an original 1910 antique wood sign. This shows great condition graphics with the logo of an angel in the center. Measures 17.25"x30.25"
This piece would have been the side hood for the tractor engine off a very early antique John Deere Tractor. The piece features embossed hand painted lettering and logo and is an impressive rare John Deere piece. Measures 21"x45.25" This is believed to be the only sign like this known to exist.
This is a Colt Single Action Frontier Scout 22 L.R. Revolver. This lot features original colt stag horn grips with the steel colt logo on both sides and also the original black Frontier Colt Grips. The hand gun is in very good condition with only a slight amount of wear at the end of the barrel. The butt of the handle shows what is believed to be factory engraving. The gun is serial number 7433K placing this at a manufacturing date of 1961 Frontier Scout K Model. This model of Scout used a Zamac alloy making it 6 oz. lighter than other models Q & F. Also comes with a hard black foam lined box.
This is a .22 LR or SR caliber Winchester Model 61 Slide Action pump rifle. Serial Number 177839 placing this at being manufactured in 1954. The gun has retained some of the original blue finish and is all original working condition. The takedown function works flawlessly. This also includes the checkered metal butt on the stock. Comes with a vintage rifle sleeve.
This lot features an original World War II Nazi German P38 manufactured by Spreewerke in the Spandau section of Berlin was assigned the "cyq" code. The gun is in working condition and shows the original Bakelite grips and blue finish. This comes with the owners manual and a box. This is a matching Serial number gun (7372 I) and is marked with the Nazi Eagle having '88' under the wings.
These are all Morgan Silver Dollars and were all minted in New Orleans. These coins sell 3 times the money (3 times the highest bid called regardless). All three come in plastic holders. (The estimate is per coin).
These are all Morgan Silver Dollars and were all minted in New Orleans. These coins sell 4 times the money (4 times the highest bid called regardless). All four come in plastic holders. (The estimate is per coin).
This would have been used on a Harley Davidson or Jeep during World War II by an Officer. The scabbard is in good condition. Measures 3" long.
This is an original condition Marlin Model 99 M1 .22 long rifle caliber firearm. The rifle shows a canvas strap and a weaver scope. This rifle is in good working condition. This is a tube fed rifle.
The barrel is marked Husqvarna Vapenfabriks Aktiebolag 1942. This is a 6.5 x55 caliber World War II Rifle marked with the Swedish Crown. This is the most accurate Swedish Mauser. This is showing a good condition stock and barrel having the original sights.
This is a highly sought after and good condition World War II Smith Corona Model 03A3 .30-06 caliber rifle with the original bayonet. The barrel is marked R.A. (symbol of a bomb) 9-72. This has the original metal butt with the hidden gun cleaning kit area. The receiver and barrel are in original finish condition.
This is an original cast iron waffle maker that is a size #8 from Stover. This iron is complete and makes for a great collectible. Measures
This features 50 new old stock original Marlboro match books. These are all mint showing good color and were made by Carry - Owens Inc. Freeport N.Y.
This lot features 9 new old stock Johnson's Folding Goose Decoys in the Dozen canvas bag. The lot includes the original metal pieces also. These all have a wax coating to ensure waterproofing and are from the 1940's.These all appear to be in good condition. Each goose measures 30.5" lng with the head out and 21.75" closed.
This is an original early Montana Turn Style from the Rail Road. The turn style is made entirely of metal with what appears to be the original paint. Measures 49" long and 13" fin.
This lot features an original vintage metal sign from Yellowstone National Park. This has embossed lettering and is in original condition. Measures 4"x14.75"
This is a Model MR198 made by Marbles and features a 4 5/8" blade knife, 5 5/8" bowie knife blade, and a hatchet with a 2.5" blade area. All three blades are interchangeable with the wood and brass handle. The handle also shows an inlayed design of a moose showing geese in flight above. This is in great condition with only the hatchet blade showing wear. Also includes the original case.
The butt of the knife reads, "Made by P.W. Timm Butte, Mont. For Annette Marie Copperi and Gordon Ray Sullivan July 18 1970." The knife features a hand carved wood handle, brass accents, and wood case, all being hand crafted with excellence. Overall length is 15.5" long with the knife being 13 5/8" with a 8 3/8" blade.
This knife is in mint condition with the leather sheath. The blade is marked Russell Green River Works Made in the U.S.A. The knife is a Mountain Man Fur Traders piece. The knife measures 9" with a 5" blade.
This knife features the original sheath showing the Boy Scouts logo on the clasp area. The knife is made by Western in Boulder, Colo. U.S.A. and is an Official Boy Scouts of American Knife. The knife measures 8.75" with a 4 3/8" blade.
This is a genuine Opportunity, Montana Fire Department 100% wool Fire Department Dress Cap. The cap is in great condition and features the badge across the front and a button on each side. This was made by Keystone Uniform Cap Co.. This piece is from the 1920-1930's and is a hat size 7 1/4.
The lot features a Browning Arms Company slide action pump 12 gauge shotgun with two barrels. These barrels include the BPS Special Steel 12 GA 2 3/4" and 3" Buck Special - 24" and BPS Special Steel 12 GA 2 3/4" and 3" Field Model - 32" with ribbed barrel. The buck special also has a rare sight. This gun comes with a Gun Guard foam lined hard case and the shotgun is in excellent condition. This Hunter Type has a serial number of 17431RP### and was manufactured in 1978. The shotgun is essentially two firearms, both a Buck Shotgun and Field Shotgun.
This is one of the most collectible and desired World War II rifle. The rifle was made by IBM and is the U.S. M1 Carbine in .30 caliber. This has a smooth action and shows original condition. This was manufactured in Blue Sky Arlington, Virginia by IBM Corp and barrel dated 10-43. This is a rare good condition very collectible rifle.
This is a World War II Japanese Arisaka Type 99 with the Anti Aircraft sights. The rifle is 7.7x58mm caliber. This is in original condition and is a working rifle. 1939-1945.
This is a Morgan Silver Dollar that was minted in Carson City. This 1882 CC is a rare and sought after coin regardless of condition.
This is a Rare 1878 San Francisco minted Silver Trade Dollar. The coin shows good condition with only major wear on the reverse around the eagles wings, otherwise a fantastic coin. This comes in a clear case.
These are all Morgan Silver Dollars and include a 1921 Philadelphia mint, 1921 San Francisco mint, and 1885 Philadelphia mint. These coins sell 3 times the money (3 times the highest bid called regardless). All three are raw coins. (The estimate is per coin).
This is an original coin recovered from a Ship Wreck. The piece has various markings, but is very worn down. The coin is made of silver and holds a mystery of its origins and exact age. Measures 3/4"x15/16"
This is a hand crafted Tigua Ladder with a wonderful primitive look. The ladder is constructed with timbers,some still having the bark. Measures 11 ft 1in tall and 23" wide.
The dresser has unique top drawers showing a beveled design and original solid poplar (believed to be poplar) construction. This is a four drawer true antique dresser with the original framed mirror and carved pillars. The mirror is dated July 1913. This piece is in original condition. Measures 34.5" tall, 22" deep, and 42.25" wide.
The cabinet features 3 punched metal pieces on each side showing a great design. This is missing the front doors, but has a wonderful Primitive Shabby Chic look in original antique condition. Measures 72.75" tall, 16.5" deep, and 37" wide.
The lot features a re-finished solid oak true antique curio cabinet with all three pieces of glass being curved. The piece shows some impressive and intricate hand carved features across the top and carved claw feet. This is a 4 shelf cabinet and comes with the original key. Measures 71 5/8" tall, 39 5/8" wide, and 14 3/8" deep.
This is an original wrought iron bed with white paint and polished brass accents. This bed comes with both the head, foot board, and rails. This is in good condition with some paint loss. The bed measures 78.5" long (outside dimension and 76.5" inside dimension), 52.25" tall, and 54" wide.
The trunk has ornate metal corners and original condition. The top and sides features a wood ribbed construction and appears to be in good condition. The trunk measures 25" tall, 39" wide, and 22.5" deep.
This is a Heckler & Koch UMP .45 ACP caliber semi-automatic carbine. The carbine is in excellent mint condition and comes with 5 magazines and the magazine carrying case. This rifle replaced the MP5 and is one of the best civilian semi-automatic firearms on the market. This has the tactical stock and folding stock.
These are all Morgan Silver Dollars and include a 1921 Philadelphia mint, 1921 San Francisco mint, and 1888 Philadelphia mint. These coins sell 3 times the money (3 times the highest bid called regardless). All three are raw coins. (The estimate is per coin).
These are both Morgan Silver Dollars and include a 1921 Philadelphia mint and 1885 New Orleans mint. These coins sell 2 times the money (2 times the highest bid called regardless). Both are raw coins. (The estimate is per coin). Both appear to be near mint raw.
The full title: History of the War of Independence of The United States of America by Charles Botta Translated from the Italian, by George Alexander Otis Volume Second Philadelphia: Printed for the Translator. J. Maxwell, Printer, 1820. The spine reads, "Otis's Botta." This is the First English Edition printed in 1820 making this book 194 years old. This is a rare important book with the leather in tact and also the spine in good condition. Measures 5.75"x8.75" and 1.75" thick.
This lot features two original first edition books: Laws. Resolutions and Memorials of the State of Montana Passed at the Sixth Regular Session of the Legislative Assembly Held at Helena, the seat of Government of said State, Comencing January 2nd 1899, and Ending March 2nd 1899. Helena, Montana State Publishing Co Stationers, Printers and Binders 1899. The other title being: Notes on the Rules of Practice Prescribed for Public Land Cases in the Department of the Interior by Charles A. Keigwin, of the Washington, D.C. , Bar. Washington Published by the Compiler 1894 Press of William W. Wright, 321 4 1/2 Street N. W., Washington, D.C. This is a Rare pair of books with both have the binding and spine in solid condition and good pages. Each measures 6.25"x9.25"
This lot features: Pioneer Trails and Trials Madison County, Montana 1863-1920 Compiled by Madison County History Association Bicentennial Edition Copyright 1976 Madison County History Association Printed by Blue Print & Letter Company Great Falls, Montana. Progressive Years Madison County Volume II 1920-1950 Compiled by Madison County History Association Copyright 1893 Published by Artcraft Printers Butte, Montana. This is a complete collection showing both Volume I and Volume II. Both books are in excellent condition having a flawless binding. Each book measures 8.75"x11.25" and 2.25" thick.
The title: Montana Its Story and Biography A History of Aboriginal and Territorial Montana and there Decades of Statehood Under the Editorial Supervision of Tom Stout Volume I, II, & III The American Historical Society Chicago and New York 1921. This is a set of all three First Edition Montana Books in excellent condition. These books explore the great stories of Montana from fur trade, Indian wars, exploration, and the Old West, trully a rare collectible. These books have an attractive look and perfect binding. Each book measures 8"x10 5/8"
This is a book of 12 original photographs taken by the great James Valentine. The book is believed to have been released during the mid 1800's and is in excellent condition. All of the Photographs are of London James Valentine (1815-1879) was a well-known photographer of Dundee, Scotland. Valentines of Dundee produced Scottish topographical views from the 1860s, and later became internationally famous as the producers of picture postcards. The book shows gold lettering and scrolling on the corners with the edge of each page being gold trimmed. Measures 7"x9.75"
This is an original Rare 1915 Large Map of Montana Railroad Commission. This is a very rare Montana map that has been backed in linen and folds into a red cloth book that has the original clear dust cover all in great condition. The map measures 41.25"x53.25" and the book This is a very rare Montana map and features Railroad lines such as: Northern Pacific; Northern Pacific (proposed); Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul; Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul (proposed); Billings & Central Montana; Chicago, Burlington & Quincy; Oregon Short Line; Montana, Wyoming & Southern; Butte, Anaconda & Pacific; Gilmore & Pittsburg; Gallatin Valley; Montana Western; Yellowstone Park; White Sulphur Springs & Yellowstone Park; Big Blackfoot Railway; Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie and Three Forks, Helena & Madison Valley (proposed). (One of the most impressive Montana maps).
This is an original work of art hand painted piece showing wonderful details of pristine Swiss Alp Mountains. Arno Lemke is a wonderfully talented Swiss artist. This is on canvas and framed. This is an impressive painting with vivid colors and details. The frame measures 31 7/8"x43 3/4" and the canvas measures 23 6/8"x36 1/8"
This is an original work of art hand painted on board by Harry Leonard Lopp. This painting is of Glacier National Park and shows vivid colors and is in good condition. Harry Leonard Lopp (1888-1966) was a wonderful American Montana artist. This oil painting on board is signed lower right. The frame measures 14"x26" and the board measures 11 7/8"x24"
This is an original Winchester Model 1907 Auto in the .351 caliber. The rifle has a 23,*** serial number placing it at being manufactured in 1910. The Winchester Model 1907 is a blowback-operated, semi-automatic rifle produced by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company beginning in 1906. This is a rarely seen rifle showing a premium grade wood stock showing deep coloring and good condition. The rifle is missing the clip, but otherwise is an all original desired 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 921*** and was manufactured in 1922. This is a lever action rifle with a 26" nickel steel octagon barrel and in the .32 Winchester Special caliber. This rifle shows the wood in good condition with normal handling dings, but overall good condition with the crescent metal butte plate. The barrel shows near 100% original blue finish with the receiver retaining some of the finish. This is a tube fed magazine rifle.
This is a Winchester Model 64 30 W.C.F. lever action repeating rifle. The Model 64 has the same design features as the Model 1894, with added benefits for hunters. This rifle shows original coloring on the barrel with some original coloring on the receiver. This also has the original Marbles Tang Sight, metal butt plate, and sight at the end of the barrel. The rifle has a serial number of 1114*** placing the manufacture date at 1938.
This is an original condition model 317 magneto wall phones from Western Electric and was made between 1907-1920's. This has the metal front receiver with black mouth piece which reads 250w. The phone is in great 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.
This is an original true antique large advertising box with great double sided graphics and the original paper label. This wood box is in solid condition showing only small loss to wood around the edge. There is a paper label on one side and both rope handles. The box measures 20 1/8"x31.25" and 14 7/8" tall.
This is a solid wood toboggan for sledding. This is entirely made with wood and has a rope edge across the top. The wood surface no longer has the finish, but is a great decor or usable piece. Measures
This trunk features a humpback or camelback trunk showing wood ribbing, intricate unique metal corners and original inside paper label. The inside of the trunk has the original tray and Victorian paper label work of art. This also has both leather handles (one being broken). Measures 15.75"x28.5" and 20" tall.
This is a solid wood box which, when opened, reveals the words "Adolphus Busch 1887. Adolphus Busch (1839-1913) arrived in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1857 as an unknown immigrant from German-speaking Europe. After partnering with Eberhard Anheuser in an existing brewery in 1865, Busch transformed the operation, eventually known as the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association, into the largest brewery in the world within a quarter of a century. This is a very early box from the founder of the billion dollar brewery today. Measures 16.75"x23.75" and 14.5" tall.
This is a true antique primitive solid wood box which features a opening lid on hinges. This shows wear around the corners, but has a fantastic primitive patina. Measures 16"x25" and 13.5" tall.
This is an original work of art that features six Vienna Bronze Monkeys standing on a solid end of Elephant Ivory Tusk. This is a rare work of art from circa 1900-1910. Measures 2.5"x5.5" and 3.5" tall.
This is an original rare piece that is constructed with a Bakelite base and metal wheel. The Roulette wheel spins flawlessly. The wheel is from the 1920-1930's Prohibition era of gabbling. This measures 9.75" diameter and 2.5" tall.
The lot features a true antique Ox hide Leather Doctors bag. This has a black color with brass hard wear. The leather handle is present and the bag is in great condition with only minimal corner wear. Measures 10.5"x21" and 13" tall.
These are true antique rawhide and wood snow shoes with the leathers. This set is in great condition and have the rustic decor look. Measures 41.25" long.
This is a Winchester Model 1886 lever action repeating rifle in a 40-82 caliber. The rifle has a serial number of 76,*** placing this as manufacture date 1892. The Winchester Model 1886 was designed by John Browning to handle some of the more powerful cartridges of the period such as the rare and desired 40-82. The rifle show a full octagon barrel in original blue color and good condition original wood. The receiver still has some of the original blue and in good condition. The sights and metal butt plate are also in good condition. The rare rifle comes with paper work from Winchester.
This is a Winchester Model 1895 lever action repeating rifle in .30-06 (30 Govt 06)caliber. The rifle has a serial number of 94,***B placing this as manufacture date of 1915. The Winchester Model 1895 has the distinction of being the first Winchester lever-action rifle to load from a box magazine instead of a tube under the barrel. Theodore Roosevelt used a Model 1895 and called it his "medicine gun." In 1908 the 1895 Winchester became the first commercially produced sporting rifle chambered in .30-06 (then called ".30 Gov't 06"). The rifle shows the unique original sights, metal butt plate, ivory insert in the stock, and blue finish on the receiver and barrel.
This is an original Winchester Model 1892 Saddle (single) Ring Carbine Trapper in the 44 WCF caliber. This lever action repeating rifle is the rare Trapper model and is serial number 824,*** manufactured in 1916. The Trapper Carbine is a very rare and desired gun and shows a good condition wood and original finish. The carbine has a 14 barrel and has both the original sights and butt plate.
These are all Peace Silver Dollars and include: 1922 Philadelphia, 1922 Delaware, an two 1922 San Francisco. All of these four coins are raw and in near mint condition. These coins sell 4 times the money (4 times the highest bid called regardless). (The estimate is per coin).
These are all Peace Silver Dollars and include: 1922 Philadelphia, 1922 Delaware, 1922 San Francisco, and 1923 San Francisco. All of these four coins are raw and in near mint condition. These coins sell 4 times the money (4 times the highest bid called regardless). (The estimate is per coin).
These are all Peace Silver Dollars and include: 1922 Philadelphia, two 1923 San Francisco's, and a 1926 San Francisco. All of these four coins are raw and in near mint condition. These coins sell 4 times the money (4 times the highest bid called regardless). (The estimate is per coin).
This is a rare Cinnamon Black Bear with a light Blonde thick fur. The bear was taken in Montana and is in great condition with all the impressive claws. The double felted bear rug measures 65"x65"
This is a unique size table top original antique display case with a glass top and front. The back has two drop down drawers. Measures 63.25" long and 12.25" wide.
This is a very large rack shoulder mount of a Montana taken Mule Deer.
This has a good colored and large rack with good condition fur. The Elk was Taken in Montana.
The Antelope or Pronghorn shoulder mount was taken in Montana and is in good condition.
This is a full mount Black Wolf in good condition. The mount is of a wolf with the very rare Black coloring. These dark colored wolves are rarely found. The base measures 51.5"x12.5" and the overall length of the wolf is 56" tall. This is 37" from the bottom of the base to the top of the wolf.
The Antelope or Pronghorn shoulder mount was taken in Montana and is in good condition.
This is a Large Beaver Belt in good condition and has been double felted. The rug measures 38"x38"
This pair of moccasins shows tightly hand woven original old glass trade seed beads. The beadwork is held together with trade cotton and shows loss of beads on the right piece on the top. These are believed to be hand made by a Northern Plains Native American in the 1920-1930's. These have a soft leather top and rawhide soles that measure 9" long. There are no visible structural issues with the moccasins. These are all rare in the high top around the ankle measuring 6" tall.
This lot was hand made by a Montana Cheyenne Native American circa 1900. The moccasins are entirely covered across the top with tightly woven original 1880-1900 glass trade beads. These are in impressive shape showing little to no bead loss across the top with a small amount of loss on the back of the left moccasin that covers a 1.25" area. The entire piece is sinew sewn and has rawhide soles that measure 10.5" long.
These are hand made by a Flathead Montana Native American circa 1880. The cuffs shows only a very small amount of beadwork loss and are an impressive collectible. The beadwork is tightly woven. Each is marked with saying, "MMA" and "AMM". Folded over these each measure5 3/8"x5.5" and folded open 10.5" long.
The lot features a bracelet hand made by the Zuni Native Americans. This features a solid hand worked sterling silver bracelet (marked sterling with a lizard or gecko hallmark). The top features turquoise, rose quartz, black onyx, tigers eye, and mother of pearl inlaid across the top. The inside dimension is 2.25" across and the outside dimensions are 2.5"x1.75"
This is hand made by Deris Small Canyon a Navajo Native American and signed on the back. This is made of solid sterling silver and has beautiful turquoise stones. This brooch is in the likeness of a Navajo Kachina Doll. This vintage piece is very finely crafted sowing great handmade details. This also has a loop and could be used as a necklace pendant. Measures 2 3/8"x1 3/8"
This is an original piece hand made by a Northern Plains Native American. The piece is modern, but is made in the same traditions of old and great craftsmanship. The pipe features a full deer horn as the bowl, tightly woven glass trade beadwork, deer hide and fur. This is in excellent condition and measures 34" long.
These are ancient Northwest Coast Native American handmade harpoon points. The lot features two fossilized ivory points. These measure 4.75" long and he other 3 1/8" long.
This vintage set was hand carved by the Northwest Native Americans showing a totem pole design. These are made of Ivory. Each measures 2" tall.
This is an early Whitetail Deer Rack with a bead work strip on the front that was hand made by an Eastern Native American Tribe in the 1920's. The strip measures 5.5" long and 7/8" wide. (note the strip has a crack at the end).
This piece was hand made by the Sioux Native Americans and features a rawhide rattle in the shape of a bear. The bear is filled with trade beads and hand painted. This also has tightly woven glass trade beads. This piece is from the 1960's and measures 20.75" long with a 7.5" rattle.
The lot features a rawhide shield with hand painted designs and glass trade beads in the center. This piece was hand made by the Sioux Native Americans. The diameter of the shield is 8.75"
The lot features a hand made Rawhide Rattle with hand painted pictographs of a bear claw and bear. This was hand made by the Sioux Native Americans in the 1960-1970's. Measures 8" long.
This piece was hand made by Northern Plains Native Americans and features a cloth body with period clothing and beaded face. This piece is in great condition and also shows the small hand worked silver buckle. This is believed to be from the 1930's. Measures 7" long.
The doll shows an entirely beaded surface showing a clothe body with yarn hair and leather boots. This piece was hand made by a Northern Plains Native American and believed to be from the 1930's. Measures 5" long.
This is a matching set with both the pieces showing tightly hand woven glass trade bead work by the Crow Native Americans. Both the knife & hatchet have hand tooled leather cases and matching steel. The bead work on the handles is in excellent condition and well crafted. The knife measures 8.5" long with a 4" blade and the hatchet is 11" long with a 2.5" blade.
This is a Winchester Model 1873 Second Model lever action repeating rifle in a 44-40 WCF caliber with a full octagon barrel. The rifle has a serial number of 90,***A placing this as manufacture date 1881. One of the most successful, and certainly one of the most famous Winchester rifles was the Winchester Model 1873. The model 1873 is the true "Gun That Won the West." The gun shows impressive condition and is in the highly desired 44 WCF caliber. The rifle shows near 100% original blue coloring and finish on the receiver and barrel with near flawless original wood. The rare rifle comes with paper work from Winchester.
This is a Winchester Model 1873 Third Model single (saddle) ring carbine in a 38 WCF caliber. The carbine has a serial number of 349,***R placing this as manufacture date 1890. One of the most successful, and certainly one of the most famous Winchester rifles was the Winchester Model 1873. The model 1873 is the true "Gun That Won the West." The 1873 shows the original coloring on the receiver and barrel with original good condition wood. The carbine also has the receiver cover and lever lock with original sights. This is a very desired and rare Winchester. The rare rifle comes with paper work from Winchester.
The Winchester Model 1901 is a lever action 10 gauge shotgun. It was designed by John Browning and is in excellent condition showing all of the original blue finish across the receiver and barrel. The butt shows a sport rubber piece for shooting comfort and great condition wood. This has a serial number of 69*** and was manufactured in 1908. The shotgun is a tube fed and has a smooth desirable action.
These are all Morgan Silver Dollars and include a 1921 Delaware mint, 1921 San Francisco mint, and 1900 Philadelphia mint. These coins sell 3 times the money (3 times the highest bid called regardless). All three are raw coins. (The estimate is per coin). The dark toning is natural and sough after.
These are all Morgan Silver Dollars and include a 1885 Philadelphia mint, 1890 San Francisco mint, and 1884 New Orleans mint. These coins sell 3 times the money (3 times the highest bid called regardless). All three are raw coins. (The estimate is per coin).
These are all Morgan Silver Dollars and include a 1921 San Francisco mint, 1921 Delaware, and 1900 Philadelphia mint. These coins sell 3 times the money (3 times the highest bid called regardless). All three are raw coins. (The estimate is per coin).
These are hand made by the Inuit Eskimo Native American people and features a Seal Skin and trade cotton construction. These are considered Mukluks, but also can be referred to as Boots or Moccasins. These are believed to be pre-1940's, but the exact age is unknown. The sole measures 5.5" and 4" tall.
The lot features an original Ghost Dance (circa 1890-1910) Double Doll hand made by the Lakota Sioux Native Americans. The piece features a unique and rare design of being two unique dolls having different faces and outfits on both sides. The piece is constructed with a canvas body, Native Tanned Leather with numerous Ghost Dance figures, red Hudson Bay white heart Trade Beads, and human hair. The piece was collected from Chamberlain South Dakota. Measures 12" long. This is both trade cotton and sinew sewn.
Original fully beaded Awl Case hand made by the Oglala Sioux Native American people. The case features greens, Hudson Bay white hearts, and greasy yellow. This Native tanned and dyed piece also features tin jingle cones. The piece (believed to be from turn of the century) is in excellent condition and measures 14.5" long to the end of the tine cone fringe.
The lot features a trade knife with rawhide wrapped handle and beaded beaded sheath hand made by the Montana Crow Native American. This early piece (believed to be 1880-1890) features a rawhide sheath covered with trade cloth having tightly woven trade bead designs across the entire front and side. The piece appears to be in excellent condition with no visible bead loss. The Native tanned and dyed fringe also has Hudson Bay white hearts. Overall measures 14" long with a 11" knife.
This is an early rare piece from the 1870-1880's. The sheath is entirely covered with beadwork across the front tightly woven using sinew by a Northern Plains Native American. The piece is in excellent condition and was collected in Black Hills South Dakota. Measures 20" long with an additional 4.5" braided hide loop on top.
The piece features a hand carved and painted pipe stem with a twisted stem and fish effigy having bone bead inlay eyes. There also is the finely crafted Catlin fish effigy pipe bowl with beautiful pewter or silver inlay. Both piece were hand made by the Santee Sioux Native Americans of Minnesota and from the 1800's. This excellent condition piece measures 24 1/8" overall with a 6.25" long Catlin pipe bowl that shows a 5/8" opening.
The lot feature a piece hand made by a Sioux Native American and features a rawhide wrapped shaft covered with tightly woven trade beads. Early 1900's. The piece has a rawhide covered stone on the front used in battle and also shows a horse hair drop. Measures 36" long with the horse hair and 20" without.
This piece is encased in a glass top black glass display and shows a large Spider Fetish finely hand crafted by a Northern Plains Native American. The piece is entirely covered in tightly woven trade beads. This piece (circa 1890-1920) was collected in South Dakota and made by Black Pipe. The piece is in excellent condition and has coyotes teeth for pinchers. This has a 5" body and measures 16" across.
This is an original han worked piece done by silversmith Jonathan Tyler of the Montreal Hudson Bay Fur Co. This piece was was made 1817-1828 an shows impressive work having the HB, JT, and Montreal hallmarks. The necklace also features an original strand of Hudson Bay Venetian faceted trade beads from the early 1800's on sinew. The cross measures 3 1/8"x6 5/8" and he bead strand measures 15.5" long.
This is an original han worked piece done by silversmith Jonathan Tyler of the Montreal Hudson Bay Fur Co. This piece was was made 1817-1828 an shows impressive work having the HB, JT, and Montreal hallmarks. The necklace also features an original strand of Hudson Bay Venetian faceted trade beads from the early 1800's on sinew. The cross measures 4"x7" and he bead strand measures 16" long.
The lot features a hand made bow believed to be from 1800-1860. The bow is a solid piece of wood showing wonderful age and hand carved features of an animal (possibly coyote) chasing a rabbit and arrows. The piece is from the Sioux Native Americans. Measures 45.75" long.
This piece is an original 1889 breach loading single barrel hammer shotgun. The shotgun features a silver hand tooled, 'Indian Police U.S. Pine Ridge Indian Agency 1889' badge. This is a United States Indian Police Shotgun issued from the Benicia Arsenal and also marked by the Pine Ridge Indian Agency 1889 Arms Ammo. The breech is serial marked 1376 6. This is an authentic rare gun with wonderful patina and history. Overall length is 39.5" long.
This is the tank for a 1900-1920's heater and shows the original advertising graphics across the front. The piece is in overall good condition with one ding on the front. Measures 11.75"x14.25"
This is a rare set of license plates from 1920. These were hand made in a Montana Prison and feature a matching embossed lettering set. One has been painted black, but overall a great collectors piece. Each measures 5.5"x15"
The lot features a set of 1957's, single 1957, and 1953, 1954 motor cycle plates. These were all hand made in a Montana Prison and are marked as such. The largest plates measure 6"x12"
This original sign features embossed lettering and is the Lawers Auto Supply of Riverton, Wyoming. This is a great Puretest Oil advertising and the sign was originally made by The American Art Works Co. There is a small amount of surface rust on the corners, but other wise a great Gas & Oil Sign. Measures 11.5"x23.75"
This is an original metal embossed lettering sign from Montana. This sign reads, "This Property Protected By Montana Farmer-Stockman Reward Paid For Theft Conviction." This early tin sign measures 6.75"x14"
This is an original sign that was made and released by The Ohio Development and Publicity Commission. This sign has a convex or raised shape and measures 19" in diameter.
This is an original early Railroad Crossing Sign from Montana. This is a porcelain sign with reflectors lining each letter. The sign is marked GSS Made in the USA and shows little chipping and a minimal dent. Measures 4 ft x 4 ft
This is an original factory carved decoy from Herters in the 1940's. This early original decoy shows wonderful patina and is in the likeness of a Canadian Goose. Measures 12" tall and 19" long.
These are all Morgan Silver Dollars and include a 1890 San Francisco mint, 1891 Philadelphia mint, and 1897 Philadelphia mint. These coins sell 3 times the money (3 times the highest bid called regardless). All three are raw coins. (The estimate is per coin).
These are all Morgan Silver Dollars and include a 1878 Philadelphia mint, 1890 San Francisco mint, and 1879 Philadelphia mint. These coins sell 3 times the money (3 times the highest bid called regardless). All three are raw coins. (The estimate is per coin).
This is a Hudson Bay Company and Denali Fur & Trade Company number 15 Bear Trap. The trap is in excellent condition with a flawless pan. This rare old piece has large teeth and the original ring chain. Measures 34.75" long with a 4 1/8" pan.
This is a Sleepy Creek # 6 Griz Hot Forged Coil Spring Bear Trap. The trap was made in the U.S.A. and is in excellent condition. This custom-made bear trap has a 16-1/2" jaw spread with teeth, a center mounted chain with double swivel and ring. The 6-1/2" pan has raised lettering. Measures overall 13.75"x17.5" and 10.5" tall.
This is in excellent condition and has a pan that reads, "Sleepy Creek MFG SCM 5 Berkeley Springs Wv Made in the USA." This also has the serial number 0603 and shows two wolves on the arms of the trap. Measures 24.75" long, 8.5" wide, 6.5" tall, with a 58" long spring loaded chain.
This lot features two unique traps being the Newhouse Wolf traps Number 3 and 4. These both are very early rare traps. These traps are most likely from the late 1800's. Each measures 19.25" long with a 2.5" and 2.75" pan.
This purse is in great condition with the entire piece being covered in a unique hanging 'lazy bead' style indicative of the 1920's flapper style. All of the beads are a deep blue carnival glass over a red purse fabric. The metal frame is also handmade showing details in the brass. Measures 7.5"x7" (without the chain handle).
This collection includes 5 original traps used in the Old West Montana by trappers. These include a Oneida Victor no. 4 Wolf Trap, 2 armless no. 4 Victor Wolf Traps, and Victor no. 2 and 1 traps. These mostly show patina, but are great collectibles. The longest measures 18.75"
The plaque reads "We Recommend and Sell Winchester Cartridges and Guns." This is believe to be an early cast plaque and has undistinguishable markings on the reverse. Measures 3"x6.75"
The piece features a beaver hide being stretched by leather to a stick frame. This piece was traded for from the Pine Ridge Reservation in Montana many years ago. This shows a small area of fur loss. Measures 31"x39.5"
These are all Morgan Silver Dollars and include a four 1921 Philadelphia mint coins. These coins sell 4 times the money (4 times the highest bid called regardless). All four are raw coins. (The estimate is per coin).
The lot features 6 Silver Walking Liberty Half Dollars including. 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945 Philadelphia mint and 1941, 1943 San Francisco mint. These coins sell as a collection for one money.
This is a genuine hand made antique solid copper tub with hand forged iron handles. The tub shows a wonderful patina across the entire piece and is in solid condition. Measures 18.5"x22" and 7" to the top of the handle.
This is a finely crafted and desired tightly woven fishing creel in great condition. The piece shows all leather and weave construction with a unique fishing theme tooled leather strap that is also padded. The bottom of the creel is marked Compae. Measures 17.5" long.
The lot features a 1937 original pre-war M. Hohner 'The Super Chromonica' Chromatic Harmonica Made in Germany. This also features the original box and the rare original Harmonica Playing Guide from Hohner 1937. The collectible harmonica is in great condition with wonderful scrolling across the metal adn works great. The box measures 2"x6.5"
This is an original Still Bank from the 1920-1930's. The bank is the 'Book of Thrift VIII' made by Bankers Utilities Co. South San Francisco U.S.A.... Patented 1923.. Made in the USA." The piece was made for Wells Fargo Bank and comes with the original key. The box and book are in great condition and also work. Measures 3 3/8"x4 5/8"
This is manufactured by Martin Guitars and is essential a Martin Guitar made in the 1970-1980's. This is in excellent condition and marked on the inside Martin. Measures 39 2/8" long.
This is a mint condition acoustic guitar with leather case. The guitar is a Yamaha model FG-75 6 string acoustic guitar.
This is an original Prussian Infantry Sword with the original scabbard. The sword is in good condition with beautiful hand worked accents from Prussia. The blade is marked 'Weversberg Kirschbaum & Co. Solingen 112 R. 5.6. Measures __ long overall in the scabbard.
This is an early wood and iron barrel from the Philipsburg Brewery in Philipsburg, Montana. The barrel is in good condition and is an impressive piece of Montana Brewery History. Measures 20 7/8" diameter and 24.5" tall.
This is an original metal keg from the Anaconda Brewery in Montana. The keg is made entirely of iron and has no through rust. Marked on the top. Measures 22" tall and 19" in diameter.
This is an original antique scale with the beveled glass front and oriignal gold paint. The scale has a few chips on the glass and is missing some of the weights, but overall a great piece. Measures 31 2/8" tall and the base is 17 1/2"x19 3/4"
This is the original grill from a Farmall Tractor and has a wonderful patina. The piece is desired due to its use in decor. The grill can be used as an end table or wall art. Measures 27.5" tall and 18.5"x20.25"
These are both good condition original Silver Ben Franklin Half Dollars featuring 1953 and 1958 Delaware mint coins.
The lot features 27 original Eisenhower Dollars including: 1971 (3), 1972 (3), 1974 (7), 1976 (4), 1977 (4), and 1978 (6). These range in value and rarity (unsorted).
This saddle appears to be a hand crafted leather saddle with tooling from Montana. Also shows what appear to be silver tooled conchos. This is in good condition, but does show wear. The saddle is usable and also could be a great decor piece. Seat measures 15.5" (NOTE the saddle tree is NOT included in the sale).
The saddle was made in Montana in 1979 and features a beautiful tooled pattern and woven edge. The saddle shows wear and an exposed metal horn, but still is a usable and great decor piece. This has a 15" seat. (NOTE the saddle tree is NOT included in the sale).
This is a genuine Hamley Saddle made and dated 1912. The saddle is in great condition and is over 100 years old. Around the time this saddle was hand made J.J. Hamley was instrumental in organizing the first Pendleton Round up and served as a Director for many years. Over the years Hamley and Co. has provided over 80 Round up Trophy saddles. Many world champions have ridden Hamley saddles. The saddle is marked FEB 4-9-12. (NOTE the saddle tree is NOT included in the sale).
This is a Main & Winchester Saddle made in San Francisco. The saddle is in rough condition, but is from a storied and sought after saddle maker. Main & Winchester saddles have exceeded $200,000 at auction and are sought after regardless of condition. This has a 13" seat.
These are hand made saddle bags with a thick usable leather in overall good shape. The bags are early and are constructed brass rivets. Measures 47" long.
These are hand made leather saddle bags in great condition. The bags are 40" long.
This is an original antique crock made by Marshall and also includes the lid. This crock is a number 2 stoneware made in Marshall, Texas. Measures 12.5" tall and 10" in diameter.
This a four gallon stoneware whiskey jug made by Standard Pottery Company in Brazil, Indiana. Measures 16" tall and 11 2/8" diameter.
The origins of this butter churn are unknown, but this is a true antique stoneware piece. The logo is an Indian Head in blue and this is a 4 gallon crock. No chips or cracks and also has unique handles for pouring. The crock measures 15.5" tall and 10" diameter without the handles.
This collection includes: 14 1964 Half Dollars (90% Silver), 1966 1967 1968 Half Dollars (40% Silver), 8 1776-1976, 1972, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1989.
The lot features three pieces of United States Currency including 1957 A, 1957 B blue seal Dollar Bills and a 1977 A Dollar Bill. The 1977 A is a rare misprint showing the entire reverse of the bill having a yellow coloring. Misprints are rare and sought after in paper currency. These are all in circulated condition.
This lot features three original hard wear store advertising displays including: Colorado Fuel and Iron Corporation Nail Sign and two Turnbuckles, Inc. Alumaloy display sign. These are all in good condition and have great graphics. The sign measures 13"x19" and the displays each measure 6"x14"
This is a matching set of the rare glass inserts for a Conoco Gas Pump. These both are in good condition with only a very minimal loss of paint on one edge. Each measures 5"x12 3/8"
The lot features a good condition Red Wing Union Stoneware 2 Gallon crock with the rare large wing and number on the front. The front shows great paint and no visible cracks. Measures 9.5" tall and 9.5" in diameter.
This is an original hand made knife & scabbard that shows worked silver across both the handle and scabbard. The hand shows an intricately made Star of David. The overall length is 16" with a 8.5" blade. This is believed to be an antique dagger/knife.
This is an original 1930's General Motors Delco Light advertising sign. Reads, "We Use- GM Delco-Light Products of General Motors- For Power and Light." Delco-Light plants were made from around 1918 until 1947. General Motors still uses the Delco name to this day for their factory replacement parts. These plants were used in rural America to provide light and electricity for homes. This is an early tin sign showing vivid colors and only small nail holes around the edge. Measures 9"x18"
The lot features a sign from circa 1910 and is a Smithers For Good Shoes sign. This is a Helena, Montana original sign in mint condition, vivid colors, and great embossed letter. This tin sign was made by the Meek & Beach Co. Measures 2 3/4"x27 5/8"
This is a Montana taken Mountain Lion skull showing good condition and coloring. The skull has all the impressive teeth and measures 5.5"x8" for a total of 13.5"
This is a Montana taken Black Bear in good condition with all the impressive teeth. Measures 6.5"x11" for a total of 17.5"
The lot features a rare 1928 G $2 (Two Dollar Bill) with a Red Seal. This is a limited run rare U.S. Currency. Also includes three $2 Bills such as two 1976 and a 1995. These are all in great condition.
The lot features two Twenty Dollar Bills marked Hawaii on the reverse with a Brown Seal. These were printed with the unique features so that in the event the Japanese overtook Hawaii the money could not be used in their war effort but was demonetized. These both are in good condition and are rare desired United State paper Currency.
The lot features a unique brown duraglass tobacco jar, and four imported Briar Pipes from Italy and France. The stand measures 4.75"x7.25" and 6" tall.
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"
This is an original rare piece of Native Americana History. The check is dated 1892 from the J.H. Sherburne, U.S. Indian Trader Dealer in Ponies and Cattle. This also reads Ponca Agncy and was printed by Hall & O'Donald Lith. Co., Topeka. This lot features one collectible check in a clear slip. The check measures 3 1/8"x8.5"
This is an original Native American Postcard that is titled, "1541 Calispel Indian." This is reffering to the Kalispell Native Americans of Montana. The image shows a chief in full dress with rifle in hand and a pistol in his belt. The back dates this card to 1930 and is hand written. This was published by J.L. Robbins Co., Spokane, Wash. The card measures 3 7/16"x5 3/8"
This is an original work of art colored engraving by George Catlin from the, "Illustrations of the Manners, Customs, & Conditions of the North Ameircan Indians with letters and notes, Written during Eight Years fo Travel and Adventure Among the Wildest and most Remarkable Tribes Now Existing. by George Catlin." This was printed in London by Chatto & Windus, Piccadilly 1876. The engraving shows Native American Pictorials an is in great condition. The entire page measures 6"x9 7/8"
This is an original 1901 Elgin Ladies Pocket Watch with the Hunter Case. The case shows the number 187501 (tied to the 1872 Elgin Watch) numerous times and the movement shows the number 9181995 which places this at 1901. The movement is a Nickel Damaskeening and the case is possibly 14kt gold, but has not been tested. The hand worked features on the case are very impressive. This movement does not work and does not have the glass.
This is an original antique/vintage souvenir from Yellowstone National Park of the Great Falls. The piece holds a book of matches and is a great rare Yellowstone Collectible. Measures 2"x2 3/8"
These are original postcard photographs all of the Montana Crow Native Americans. The prints are from Roachen Photo;s in Billings, Montana. The collection includes 5 original pieces showing great details of the Crow Indians.
This lot features three original Miles City Montana Rodeo Photograph Postcards. These are all original photos and are impressive Montana Collectibles. The titels are, "McDonald Makes Em Buck No: S-3 Copyright Foster Photo Co Miles City -Mont.", "Clark Gets His 1917, Kitts", "Cage Johnson Parts Company with Rassle Dassle, Copyright 1917 D.F. Photo Co." These are al by Doubleday -Foster Photo Co.
This is an original celluiod Studebaker Key chain advertising from Bozeman, Montana. The back reads, "Phone 640 You Wreck 'Em - We Fix 'Em Service My Middle Name Main St. Garage L. Young, Prop. Bozeman Mont." Rare piece.
This is an original vintage bottle opener souvenir from Yellowstone National Park. Measures 3 1/8" long.
This reads, "'My Favorite' Montana Brewing Co." This piece has a hand made appearance and etched showing a double sided portrait of a Bathing Beauty. This true antique is made by C.T. & O. Co. Chicago. Measures 2 /78" long.
This is a true antique collectible from Montana. This piece is a 1904 Badge from the Montana State Fair held in Helena. This souvenir appears to be in good condition and was made by The C.M Robbins Co. Makers Attleborg, Mass. This rare piece measures 1.5"x2"
The tag reads, "A.C.M. Co. 1935 Lamp." This brass tag is from the Anaconda Mining Company in 1935. This original Montana collectible measures 1 8/16"x1 5/16"
This reads, "Just Kids Safety Club 'Im Careful Fatso' The Anaconda Standard." This pinbacl premium button is from the early 1920's. Measures 1.25" diameter.
This rare one dollar yellow seal bill is in circulated condition. This bill is unique in that it was printed only for the U.S. troops during WWII in North Africa. The bill had a different colored seal so that if stolen by th Nazis it would be demonetized. The reverse of the bill has been mark on the outside edge where it had traveled. Also dated for Dec-26-1942 by soldier.
This is an original 1950 E $5 (five dollar) bill. The bill is rare die to its misprint on the right side. The bill has been mis-cut and across the side and bottom.
The sculpture is unique in that when the weight on the bottom is pushed the cowboy and horse appear to move as if they were in full gallop. The piece is made of metal and shows all hand painted attributes on both the horse and cowboy. When still the piece measures 19.25" tall.
The lot features a Cenex Rain Gauge, The Mint Clip Board, and Farmers Union Oil Thermometer. These are all marked Townsend and make a great collection. The rain gauge measures 5 3/8"x6 3/8"
This is an early original condition Rocky Mountain Beer Cone Top Can from the Anaconda Brewing Co. Anaconda, Montana. This shows surface rust, but no cracks or through rust. Measures 5.5" tall.
The lot features a Owenhouse Hardware Bozeman, Montana yard stick telephone 36 (early) and East Main Klatt's Conoco Service Bozeman, Montana MPG calculator.
1/2 Dollar Quarter Dime Nickel Wheat Penney
Quarters composed of 90% silver, 10% copper except for the 1776-1976 1935 5-1939 1964 1957 1935 1776-1976 1952 1936 1958 Walking Liberty unknown year 1942
Limited edition Ten dollar Gaming token (Fitzgeralds) Limited edition Ten dollar Gaming token(Eldorado) 1 Dollar Silver Legacy
The lot features 19 original cabinet cards from 1870-1900. These are all original photographs in good condition. The subject matter and condition is both impressive and collectible. Each measures 6.5"x4.25"
The lot features 51 unsorted antique stereoviews. These range from across the entire world having great subject matter and good condition. There are views from Native Americans, Russia, Paris, Montana and more.
This is an original work of art hand painted by the native North Dakotan, Andrew L. Knudson. The painting is a # 1/1 original and features a feather with a hand painted pheasant on the front and shows another pheasant below next to the signature. This has information about the artist on the back and is also signed again with the corresponding date of 2007. The frame measures 14.25"x19.25"
This piece features an elarged metal colored 1946 $1 Migratory Bird Hunting Stamp and a "Dixie" duck call in a shadow box. This piece was made for the memory of Chick Majors (1896-1974). This shadow box measures 12 7/8"x18 7/8" and 2.5" thick.
This is an original limited work that is numbered 1411/2200. This is done by artist Anne McNeal. This is done on a turkey feather and shows two turkeys in the art. This is for the National Wild Turkey Federation. This also comes with the Certificate of Authenticity. Frame measures 13.25"x24.25"
This is an original work of art hand painted on an original turkey feather and signed by the artist. This shows a turkey on the feather and signed, Willeby 06. Frame Measures 7 1/8"x14.25"
This is a limited edition print made by the Delta Waterfowl Association Conservation Edition and is by Ron Von Gilder. This shows two brass commemorative Delta Waterfowl coins, the original stamp and the limited edition print that was hand signed. Frame measures 16.5"x18.75"
This is an original 1929 First Edition book by E. Douglas Branch. Copyright D. Appleton and Company. The book shows great original prints including a Buffalo Land '62 poster print. The book is from the Hamilton, Montana High School Library. Measures 5.5"x8.25"
This is a modern print made from the 1884 Bozeman, Montana map originally published by J.J. Stoner Madison, Wis. The print is in an oak frame. Frame measures 22"x26.25"
This print comes is hand numbered 131/1000 and comes with the Certificate of Authenticity. The original watercolor was done by Charles M. Russell in Great Falls, Montana. This was one of his last works. The original painting is in a private collection in Billings, Montana by what is only the second owner. This is the only prints made from this painting and limited to 1000. The frame measures 21"x27.25" and the art measures 13"x20.25"
This is an original work of art hand painted piece showing a west coast sunset. The painting shows beautiful details of crashing waves and a sail boat in the bay. This is hand signed lower right and appears to be Dan H. Chon (this could be another name). The painting is framed and shows great colors and details in the art. The frame measures 23.75"x27.75" and the canvas frame is 16"x20"
The lot features a vintage Airway vacuum showing intact graphics and good condition. This has the great vintage look. This features the original bag with the advertising on the sides, the glass front shade with thr graphics, and original switch and cord (the switch i cracked as photographed). Measures 50.5" long and 35" tall.
This is an original vintage vacuum made by Energex for Sears and Roebuck and is the Model G. The vacuum appears to be all original. The vacuum also features a Birco Electric Motor. Measures 50" tall.
This piece is believed to be a Sterling Silver pin with a Copper wash. This old pin has great details of a horse and saddle. Measures 2 3/8"x2 5/8"
This piece features a lighter designed to be used in the trenches. The flame is hidden which allows soldiers to not be seen by the light. Measures 3.5" long closed.
This piece is made of solid copper and is in the shape of Montana. The plaque is for car from the 1930's. This is a rare unique Yellowstone National Park collectibles. Measures 3.25"x6"
This is an early original rare hard stock paper advertisement for "The Comfort Tractor Cover." This is in overall good condition with only a crease across the part of the piece and a chip on the tire. Measures 12.5"x13"
This true antique is a handmade primitve wood mallet with a solid burl wood head. This primitive piece has a great look and does not appear to have any rot. Measures 15" long with a 3.75"x5.5" and 3" burl head.
The lot features 39 original antique keys ranging from long skeleton keys, brass keys, clock keys, and more. The longest key measures 3.5"
This ancient piece is in great condition and made with solid bronze. The bowl is marked on the bottom. This shows a high quality art form around the body of the bowl. The inside has a patina indicative of its age. Measures 8.5" diameter and 3.75" tall.
This lot features 3 original L.A. Huffman prints from the early Coffrin Studio Agent Miles City, Montana. These pieces include, " A Crow Scout F.t. Keogh, Mt. 1879 ", "Young Spotted Eagle, Sioux 1880 ", and " Cheyenne Brave Wolf Being Interviewed in Re the Custer Battle." These each measure 8"x10"
This is a hand labeled print that was distributed from the Old West Gallery in Miles City, Montana and is of Plenty Coups, the crow Chief. This is in good condition and is a good quality print. Measures 8"x10"
The piece is believed to be an early original print by the famed Edward S. Curtis. The print is of the Kalispel young woman, Skohlpa. She is garbed in a dress ornamented with shells that imitate elk-tusks. The braids of hair are wound with strips of otter fur, and a weasel skin dangles from each. The bands of white on the hair are effected with white clay. The frame measures 12.75"x14.75" and the print is 3.5"x4.5"
This print is of Touch the Clouds Minneconjou Sioux and was taken by Julius Ulke, CA 1877. This is believed to be an early print or early original photograph postcard. The frame measures 12.75"x14.75" and the print measures 4 5/8"x 5 5/8"
This lot features 24 prints that are believed to be originally from a book. These are each unique and make a great collection of one of the most well known Photographers of Native American's, Edward Curtis. These range from portraits to landscape, but there are no duplicates to our knowledge. These all appear to be in good condition with the exception of the top edge, but could easily be hidden when framed. Each piece measures 14.5"x18"
This is an original piece printed and published by Pittsburg Plate Glass Co and is of Tatanka Ptieela, otherwise known as Short Bull. This image of the Native American was taken by Heyn in 1900. Herman Heyn was an important portrait photographer in Omaha, Nebraska, from the 1880s through the 1920s. He is nationally noted for more than 500 images he created of Native Americans, mostly Sioux. This shows a crease on the top right corner as pictured. The image measures 9 3/8"x12 3/8" and the frame measures 14"x17"
This is an original piece printed and published by Pittsburg Plate Glass Co and is of Tatanka Tamaheca otherwise known as Poor Bull. This image of the Native American was shot by Heyn in 1900. Herman Heyn was an important portrait photographer in Omaha, Nebraska, from the 1880s through the 1920s. He is nationally noted for more than 500 images he created of Native Americans, mostly Sioux. This piece is in good condition. The image measures 9 3/8"x12 3/8" and the frame measures 14"x17"
This is an original piece printed and published by Pittsburg Plate Glass Co and is of Ciajala Nopa otherwise known as Two Elk. This image of the Native American was shot by Heyn in 1900. Herman Heyn was an important portrait photographer in Omaha, Nebraska, from the 1880s through the 1920s. He is nationally noted for more than 500 images he created of Native Americans, mostly Sioux. This piece is in good condition. The image measures 9 3/8"x12 3/8" and the frame measures 14"x17"
This is an original piece printed and published by Pittsburg Plate Glass Co and is of Chief Black Bird. This image of the Native American was shot by Heyn in 1899. Herman Heyn was an important portrait photographer in Omaha, Nebraska, from the 1880s through the 1920s. He is nationally noted for more than 500 images he created of Native Americans, mostly Sioux. This piece is in good condition. The image measures 9 3/8"x12 3/8" and the frame measures 14"x17"
This is a rare and desireable print of one of R. Atkinson Fox's master pieces. This 1920's piece shows a Native Amerian Woman and is titled, "In Meditation, Fancy Free." The piece is most likely from a calendar. The frame measures 12.75"x15.75" and the artwork is 11"x14.25"
This is an early print believed to be from the 1920-1930's and shows the well known art work of the Warrior in Prayer to the sky. The piece is under glass and framed. The frame measures 12.75"x16.75"
This is an original work of art hand signed by the artist Al Pacheso. The piece shows the image of a Native American Elder's portrait. This was painted in 1975. The frame measures 18 5/8"x23" and the original artwork is 11"x15"
This is an original work of art etching that is hand signed and numbered 11/150. This piece is by John Duillo. SAHA '80 President of the Society of American Historical Artists, John Duillo has worked in numerous embassies throughout the world as well as museums. His work has been on the cover of many magazines and books, and he is especially noted for Civil War and western history subjects. The original art shows some water damage, but overall a rare piece with desired subject matter. The frame measures 15.5"x19.5" and the original etching measures 10"x13.5"
This is an original photograph print of the World War II United States Coast Guard Baseball team. This piece is in good condition and mounted to a paper board. Measures 12"x14"
This is an original Studio Photography of a Los Angeles man. This piece is marked across the bottom of the matting and is a rare early 1930's original. The frame measures 10.75"x12.75" and the photograph is 7 7/8"x9 3/8"
This piece is hand made by Comstock Silversmiths in the 1940's using German Silver. The belt buckle shows wonderful details of a cowboy roping a calf. Measures 4.5"x3.25"
This is an original hand made sterling silver belt buckle. The back is marked, "Fleming Sterling" and is an impressive worked silver belt buckle. Measures 3 5/8"x2 1/2"
This is an original 1989 LSRC Res. Champion Barrel Racing Trophy Belt Buckle. The buckle appears to have 4 Montana Sapphires set in the piece. Measures 4 1/4"x3 1/8"
This classic childs toy constructed of wood with yarn for hair. This folk art piece has a hand painted eye. the measurements are 22" tall and 35" long.
This hand made piece is solid wood construction with metal bars and hinges. Can be used a beautiful decoration in and outdoors. Measures 31" long, 7" deep, and 13 3/8" tall.
This antique box is of wood construction with metal hinges and metal corner guards. Has a faded red paint on the lid. Can be used for decorative storage. Measures 20" wide, 7.25" deep, and 9.50" tall.
The door has a stick and ball construction and original shabby chic blue paint. Measures 36"x84.5"
This is a solid wood glass pane antique door with original pealing paint. The door features 12 areas for glass with only 7 panes of glass remaining. These doors are taken by DIY'ers re-finished and leaned against wall as decor. Measures
This is the skull of a Mountain Lion Taken in Montana. This skull is in good condition. Measures 5.75"x8.75" for a total of 14.5"
This is a large Montana taken Black Bear skull in good condition. Measures 6.5"x11 3/8" for a total of 17.875"
The lot feature a mint condition orignial Jax Beer Tray showing vivid colors and graphics. This piece is from the Jackson Brewing Co. which was established in 1891 and at one time was the 10th largest Brewery in the Country. Measures 13" in diameter. This is an original piece of Brewery Advertising.
These include: Nakura Kenya, Treetops Kenya, Serengeti Tanzania, Murchison Falls Uganda, Fort Ikoma Tanzania, Amboseli Kenya, Ngorongoro Tanzania, Kampala Uganda, Chobe Uganda, Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania, Mt. Kenya, Nairobi Kenya, Lobos Springs Tanzania, Keekorok Kenya, and Mweya. These are all in good condition and have a vintage age. The largest measures 3" in diameter.
This is an original Montana barn lantern with the original antique glass globe. This is a Paull's Leader Large No.2 Fount Lantern. Measures 14" tall without the handle and 7 5/8" diameter.
This is a true antique Metal Architectural Spinning Barn Vent from the early 1900's. This is in good condition and does also spin. Measures 16" tall and approximately 17" in diameter.
This is a true antique metal meat cleaver made by Universal. The cleaver is in good condition with on chip on the blade. Measures 14" long overall.
The coin purse has a stamp floral design on the lid, with a unique spring opening latch. The bottom features tightly nit carnival glass beads which dates it to the early turn of the century. Top measures 2.25", 2.5" inches deep.
This bowl is in mint condition, showing only a minimal amount of chipping on the lip. The edge and base show an art deco design and the body has both pink and blue stripe. This bowl is from the 1920's and is Yelloware. 5.5" in height with a 9.5" diameter.
The lot features a mason jar filled with various styles of buttons. This makes a fantastic decor piece and looks great on a shelf. 6.5" inches tall and 4" inches in diameter.
Solid wood barrel used for black powder. This true antique has attractive metal bands in good condition. Measures 17.25" tall and 11.75" in diameter.
This is a hand made primitive antique mallet with a unique round head. The mallet has a smoothed round solid head and is in good condition. Measures 18.5" long with a 6.5" diameter head.
This is a hand made solid wood mallet. This has a great look and solid condition. Measures 13" long with a 5" head.
This is an original Resistol cowboy hat in the original box. The box measures 17"x15" and 8.25" tall.
This is an original work of art print by James Bama. The piece is hand signed by the artist and hand number 1171/1500. The image is framed and in good condition. The frame measures 26"x22.25" and the art is 19"x15.25"
The knife would have been work in the Boot of a Nazi Soldier during World War II. This was made by Tiger in Solingen, Germany. The overall length of the knife in the scabbard is 10 3/4" long and the length of the blade is 5 3/4"
These medals commerate a brave air force soldier who fought in the Vietnam. The medals include Meritorious Service, Good Conduct Air Force, Armed Forces Expedition Service, National Defense Service, Expeditions, South West Asia Service, Humanitarian Service, Armed Forces Reserve National Guard, Joint Service Achievement Award, Vietnam Service (Large, small, and pin), and a Expert M-1 Rifle.
This item is constructed of metal with a weighted filler. The missile would have been used during military classes to give an example of what a weapon fires. Measures 19" tall with a 3.75" base.
This includes: 1940 Basic Field Manual, Demolition Card 1959, 1960 Mine Placement Card, Early 1960's Hand Book for U.S. Forces in Vietnam, 1962 Pocket Guide to Vietnam, & 1962 Thai Phrase Book. These are all in good condition. Owned by Lt. E.N. McDevitt Jr. Special Forces. Largest book measures 4.5"x7.5"
This is an original hand crafted weaving from the Tohona O'odham Native American Nation from Kit Peak, Arizona. The piece is crafted with bear grass, cattail, yucca willow shoots, devils claw. This piece was made by Dell Cruz from Bobcat. Measures 11.25" in diameter.
The lot features an original hand crafted set of solid bone or ivory minature dice and a small solid wood carved box. This piece is from the 1800's and is a rare and unique item. The wood box measures 7/16"x1.5" and 7/16" tall. Each dice is unique, but approximately measure 1/4" square.
This is hand signed by the Montana State University Bobcats Basketball team. This is in great condition and is an authentic collectible.
This is hand made by the Tesuque Native Americans and features a carved and painted tile designed with a jack rabbit. The tile is in good condition. Measures 7.75"x7.75"
One Man's Montana An Informal Portrait of a State by John K. Hutchens. This is published by J. B. Lipponcott Company. This is a First Edition 1969 in excellent condition.
This is an original Griswold early cast iron Waffle iron with the low profile base. This piece is a classic collectible cast iron. Measures 17" long and 2.5" tall.
These are original condition letters with some being from Montana. These are First Flight Cancels with the original stamps.
This lot features 4 RARE Montana Justice Court Slips. These include: 1885 Territory of Montana Meagher County granting Joseph Miligan $90.00. 1885 Territory of Montana Meagher County granting $300.00 and $600 dollar penalties, 1884 Montana Territory Meagher County Garnett Ford vs John Shea, and lastly the hand made 1884 Montana Territory Justice Court Slip James L. James Defendant. These are all in clear plastic sleeves and each measures approx. 8"x9.25"
This is marked .925 Sterling Silver and shows a unique design with pearls across the entire piece.
This lot features four copper cooking molds with one being marked made in Portugal. These include a fish, lobster and others that make great decor items. The largest measures 8.75"x9"
This collection includes five copper molds. These make great wall art. The largest measures 8.75"x8.75"
This is an original painting on board by artist Darrell Hill done in 1976. This is hand signed in the art and hand titled on the back of the art board. The painting has a small knick on the top, but otherwise has wonderful color and image. The frame measures 22 1/4"x28 1/8" and the original art board is 18"x24"
This is an original art print that is hand signed by the Montana artist Je Coyle and numbered 31/50. This is of a Butte, Montana Train. The frame measures 16.5"x19" and the art is 12.25"x14"
This is an original print by artist Dan Miller and is hand signed and numbered 245/450. The art is in good condition and in a rustic barn wood frame. The frame measures 26.25"x34.5"
This is a unique and rare set of original antique andirons in full polished brass. The andirons have a cast iron base and are in good condition. The andirons are American made true antiques from the 19th century. Measures 28.25" tall and 9.25"x21"
This old cowboy knife was originally a Nicholson file made into a knife attached to a deer antler handle. The knife is uniquely made which includes a leather scabbard with belt loop. Measures 5" on the blade and 9" including the handle.
This knife is made of a steal blade with a home forged brass handle. The handle has U.S. 1918 stamped into it to complete the look of this replica. Measures a 6.5" blade and 11" including the handle.
This is a graphic account of the world's most renowned hunter in the wilds of Africa. His unerring aim and wonderful ability as a hunter. It is in beautiful condition with a few weathered edges. Copyright 1909 D.B. McCurdy. Measures 9.75" tall, 7.5" wide, and the width of the binding is 1.7".
Flight of the Dove is the story of Jeannette Rankin, from her days of early innocence as the daughter of a Montana rancher, through the formative years when her beliefs crystallized and on through her long and lonely struggle to convince us there was a better way than war to solve our problems. This hard cover copy is signed by the author also includes dust cover. By: Kevin S. Giles, Copyright: 1980 Kevin S. Giles, Published: The Lochsa Experience Publishers The Touchstone Press.
This child's toy is made of a vintage pressed metal. It is modeled after a 1940s washing machine. This little collectors item is well rusted and missing a wheel, but shows no dents. The piece still shows the original Marx tag. Measures 18" tall and 9.75" wide.
The name on the front reads, "Underwriters Laborites Inc Badger Water Filled Cartridge Type Fire Extinguisher." This classic fire extinguisher is in good condition showing wonderful patina. Includes the original hose and handles. The fire extinguisher is empty. Measures 24.5" tall and 8" in diameter including hose.
This military accessory fits onto the M1841 Percussion rifle from the Civil War. Commonly called the Mississippi Rifle from its affiliation with Jefferson Davis regiment during the Mexican War. This is the second type of bayonet used with these rifles and was produced at the Harpers Ferry Arsenal between 1855 and 1857. Measures 22.2" blade and 27.75" including handle.
This classic beverage advertising devise is in working condition including light and clock. Though there are a few cracks it still has a desired appeal. Measures 20.75" tall, 12" wide.
This piece is an early Civil War corrugated eight ring (Bulls eye type) canteen originating from the New York depot, mid-late 1862. It is an New York depot made canteen because of the the Iron chain link stopper which differ from the Philadelphia made bulls eye canteen which has a cotton string cord stopper. The cotton cloth strap is in good condition. The body of the canteen ha minimal rust and includes original cork stopper. Measures 10" in diameter.
The pump is made of solid cast iron sowing a unique patina and paint giving it a great look. The pump is not operational, but makes a great yard art piece are collectible. Measures 51" tall and 21.5" wide. The botom has a break and the top shows some small breaks also.
This is a genuine solid oak antique rocker showing wonderful condition and beautiful wood grain. The rocker has the original paper label and was made by Phoenix Chair Company in the 1800's Sheboygan, Wisconsin. This company was known for its McKinley Rockers and Beechwood lounge chairs designed by Salvador Dali. Measures 41.5" tall, 34" deep, and 27" wide.
This is a rare item used for carrying metal milk jugs and has two full size metal wagon wheels. This piece is from Townsend, Mt and is in good complete condition. The cart has a metal frame and wood floor with a wooden handle all in solid condition. The piece is rare and comes with the four metal milk jugs. Measures 36" tall, 56" long, and 40"
This is a genuine 1800's solid oak dresser showing four drawers. The piece has the original antique mirror framed in oak with hand carved beautiful accents. The drawers have the original drawer pulls and the piece has deep and vivid wood grain. Measures 70" tall, 20.75" deep, and 44.75" wide.
This is a matching set of vintage metal shelves with glass inserts. The top has a curved design and a faded gold paint. Measures 72" tall and 12"x12"
This is an 1800's solid oak high boy dresser showing three large drawers, small drawers, and a hat storage. The dresser is in great condition and has a beveled glass mirror framed in oak with hand carved accents. This also has the original ornate drawer pulls. Measures 73.5" to the top of the mirror, 48.5" to the top of the dresser, 8.5" wide, and 24" deep.
This is a 19th century solid cherry high boy five drawer dresser with mirror framed in cherry with carved accents. The dresser is in great condition and shows the original ornate drawers pulls and a rich cherry coloring. The dresser has wooden casters. Measures
This piece has three original beveled glass mirrors with four burl walnut front drawers having the original drawer pulls. This is a very well made and ornate piece showing much design including the top cabinets with a unique hanger. The piece is in excellent condition with only one small brass screw missing on a mirror. and round wood ball missing on right top back corner. Measures 72" tall, 44" wide (mirrors closed) 67" wide (mirrors open), and 20" deep.
The piece is very well made showing truly beautiful craftsmanship showing large burl panels running across the front with hand carved features. The piece is in excellent condition. The front door has a beveled glass mirror with well crafted lock and hinge. The bottom drawer has a imperfection noticeable by touch and the back has a repair, otherwise a great piece. Measures 81" tall, 52" wide, and 21.5" deep. The inside storage area measures 55"x46" and 18"
The table currently has two leaves and is a 19th century solid oak table. This table is in excellent condition. and shows intricate legs with carved accents on wood casters. The table can have three more leaves added and an additional center leg for support for an additional cost. The table measures 44"x44" without leaves and 63" long with the leaves. 30.5" tall
The piano is a Wissner Reinhard Player Piano in working condition with a beautiful sound. The piano shows all the original keys and a blonde coloring. the piece currently plays The Entertainer by Scott Joplin 1902. This is in solid condition on casters. Measures 55.5" tall and 62.25"x27"
This bed features cast iron construction with cast iron rails. There are ornate accents and faded green paint. Measures
The bed has a tube construction with cast iron rails and an imitation brass coloring. This also includes large wood wheels. Measure
This is a 435 lbs 30 minute fire protection electronic safe. The safe is brand new. The safe holds 24 long guns. The outside dimension are 59" tall without the metal blocks, 63.5" overall height, and 20"x28" with the outside dimension being 57.5" H x 26.75" W x 14.75" D. 19.12 cubic feet storage.
This is a genuine Jewel or Gem Vault made by Bernadini Model ULTL30 JV6836. The vault is a double combination high security vault showing both the electric and dials. Measures 74.5"x42.5"x34" and internal of 68"x36"x26" with 36.8 cubic feet of storage and weighs 3920 lbs. This safe sells for over $12,000 new and shows only small scuffs on the outside. This has an impressive 1 1/2 hours of fire protection at 1200 degrees.
This is an original Polar Bear Rug that was done by the Jonas Brothers Taxidermy in Alaska. This bear was legally taken in 1965 100 miles off the coast of Barrow, Alaska on the ice pack. The bear measures 9 ft 3 in long by 9 ft wide. This rug comes with a notarized letter from the man who shot the bear as a bill of sale nd signed by ITT Arctic Services in Barrow, Alaska. The rug shows some wear on one paw, but is a great piece showing all the claws.
The lot features an original Columbia bicycle. The bicycle is believed to be pre or war time made. This has a springer front end fork suspension with the original tag behind. The bicycle is believed to be in complete condition.
This is an original 1950's Bicycle that we believe is built by Murray. The bike features a double tubed frame and original metal tank that shows dual headlights on the front. The chain guard faintly reads, "Custom" and the bottom of the frame reads, "R640261 34." The piece is believed to be complete only missing the name plate and also shows the rare early rocket piece on the front fender. This does have a replacement grip.
This is an original 1950's bicycle made by Coast King with the original tag and paint. The bike is a Skyhawk model and has a Schwinn Replacement seat. The bike has the original paint and chrome.
This is an original solid iron tractor wheel (or called a wagon wheel). The wheel has a great look with a unique large wheel width. Measures 39" in diameter with a 8" wheel area and 11.5" deep hub.
This is an original solid iron tractor wheel (or called a wagon wheel). The wheel has a great look with a unique large wheel width. Measures 39" in diameter with a 8" wheel area and 11.5" deep hub.
This is a solid iron wagon or tractor wheel showing a forged process of holding the spokes to the wheel. This has a faded yellow paint and is a great yard art or decor piece. Measures 48" in diameter and 4" wide.
This is a solid iron wagon or tractor wheel showing a forged process of holding the spokes to the wheel. This has a faded yellow paint and is a great yard art or decor piece. Measures 48" in diameter and 4" wide.
This is a solid cast iron wheel from an antique tractor. The wheel is great for decor
This is a solid oak cabinet with the cast iron singer base. This piece does not have the sewing machine inside, but does make a great piece of original antique furniture. The cabinet appears to be in good condition. Measures 36.75" wide, 30.5" tall, and 18" deep.
This is believed to be a solid walnut antique small three drawer dresser. The drawer pulls have been changed, but does have original ceramic casters. This piece measures 30" tall, 29.25" wide, 15.5" deep.
This is a small barrel showing vivid Mobil Gas & Oil graphics with one side having wear. The barrel is great for any Mobil or gas collector and could be used as a trash can. Measures 26.75" tall and 14.5"
This is a oil pump made by the company who is known for making Gas Pumps, Bennett. The front shows the brass tag which reads Bennett Model 307 Muskegan, Michigan and also another tag which reads M & M 5-2476. This is in original condition showing the faded logos. This is a must have for Gas & Oil collectors and sells for a premium when restored. The body shows no visible dents or through rust. Measures 51" tall and 23"x10"
This is a 19th century solid brass coat rack in great condition with only major dent. The piece has unique and ornate corner and top accents. The piece has wonderful color and casters. This piece has been professionally polished. Measures 84" tall, 60.75" wide, and 23" deep.
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. The lot sells choice of the five individual set of seats (you are bidding per item). Measures 73.75" long and 32.5"
This bed has beautiful cast iron ornate accents across the entire piece and shows a pealing paint across the metal. The bed is rare due to the unique hand rails. The bed is complete and a true 19th century antique. Measures
This is a 19th Century Brass bed in great professionally polished condition. The bed shows wonderful details and craftsmanship with cast iron rails. Measures
This is a great piece of Antique Architecture showing a all metal gate having a twisted metal front and accented top. Measures 53.5" tall and 32.5" wide.
This is a great piece of Antique Architecture showing a all metal gate having a twisted metal front and accented top. Measures 48.25" tall and 40" wide.
This is a great piece of Antique Architecture showing a all metal gate having a twisted metal front and accented top. Measures 48.5" tall and 41" wide.
This is a great piece of Antique Architecture showing a all metal gate having a twisted metal front and accented top. Measures 47" tall and 35.5" wide.
This is a great piece of Antique Architecture showing a all metal gate having a twisted metal front and accented top. Measures 49" tall and 34" wide.
This is a great piece of Antique Architecture showing a all metal gate having a twisted metal front and accented top. Measures 42" tall and 35.5" wide.
This gate features a cast iron frame with ornate corner accents and a cast iron accent on the top. The gate has a faded white paint and is a great piece. Measures 45.5" tall and 43.5" wide.
This is carved by a local Belgrade master World Champion chainsaw carver James Haskett and features a large log bench. This is an impressive brand new piece. Measures 8 foot long, 43" tall, and 37" deep.
This is a solid wood shelf with shabby chic pealing paint. The shelf measures 45.5" tall and 14"x12"
The machine shows wear and has the original tags. The engine has seized up, but is a good piece of yard art. Measures 43.25" tall.
This is an early Montana country primitive solid wood hutch. The piece has repairs using tobacco tins and great character. The piece is in solid condition and measures 68" tall, 34" wide, and 24" depth
This is an original antique grinding wheel made of soap stone. This works by the operator sitting while doing the same motion as if riding a bicycle which causes the soap stone wheel to rotate. This is a great original antique tool. Measures
This is a country hand made primitive desk with shabby chic pealing paint. The desk is in solid condition with great patina. Measures 29" tall with a 22.5"x41" top.
The lot features a solid wood primitive drop leaf table with shabby chic mint green pealing paint. The piece is in solid condition, but one of the drop leaves is missing the edge. Measures 22.75" tall, 34" long, and 22" deep.
The dolly shows a wood and iron construction in solid condition. The piece has a break in one wheel visible in the picture, but otherwise makes a great piece of yard art or could be a delightful coffee table. Measures 49.5" tall.
This is a vintage Television made by Zenith in good condition. Many people use these as decoration or change them into fish tanks. Measures 32.5" tall and 33"x16"
This is a wood cabinet antique radio made by Philco the cabinet is in great condition showing the front plate and al the knobs. The cabinet measures 38"x29.75"x1"