New York: Sotheby's, May 21, 1996. 128 pages, 472 lots auctioned, almost all lots illustrated. Price list included.
North American Indian Art
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New York: SOTHEBY'S, November 29, 1988. 152 pages, 367 lots auctioned, 310 lots illustrated. Price list included.
New York: Sotheby's, June 12, 1992. 176 pages, 487 lots auctioned, 422 lots illustrated. Price list included.
New York: CHRISTIE'S, May 23, 1994. 70 pages, 178 lots auctioned, 156 lots illustrated.
Phoenix: Pueblo One Indian Arts & Pajarito American Indian Art, March 15-17, 1974. 96 pages, 845 lots auctioned, 109 lots illustrated. Price list included.
Sante Fe: August 16, 1983. 36 pages, 500 lots auctioned, 112 lots illustrated. Price list included.
New York: Sotheby's, April 23--May 3, 1988. Six volumes in a slipcase. Vol. I: ART NOUVEAU AND ART DECO. 377 lots. Vol. II: COLLECTIBLES, JEWELRY, FURNITURE, DECORATIONS AND PAINTING. Lots 600-1720. Vol. III: JEWELRY AND WATCHES. Lots 2000-2119. Vol. IV: AMERICAN INDIAN ART. Lots 2300-2632. Vol. V: AMERICANA AND EUROPEAN...
New York: Parke Bernet, November 19, 1971. 95 pages, 310 lots auctioned, 139 lots illustrated. Price list included.
New York: Parke-Bernet Galleries, May 21, 1970. xviii, 47 pages, 21 lots auctioned, all lots illustrated. Pricelist included. Fine condition. Fine condition.
New York: Sothebys, June 12, 1992. 38 pages, 33 lots auctioned, 33 lots illustrated. The first auction in over twenty years devoted almost solely to Northwest Coast material (all but three lots are Northwest Coast), this sale featured sixteen lots of early argillite figures, including several by Charles Edenshaw. Price...
New York: Christie's, April 29, 2002. 88 pages, 217 lots auctioned, all lots illustrated. Price list included.
New York: Walpole Galleries, August, 12, 1924. 72 pages, 392 lots auctioned (373 lots of weapons, 19 lots of books), 27 photographs illustrating approximately 300 lots.
Los Angeles: Christie's, October 30 & 31, 2000. 306 pages, 1033 lots auctioned, approximately 650 lots illustrated. Price list included.
New York: Sotheby's, October 5, 2006. 112 pages, 57 lots auctioned, all lots illustrated. Price list included. This collection of what is generally considered to be the finest and most important colleciton of Northwest Coast art ever to have been auctioned brought in a remarkable $7,030,6000.
San Francisco: Pacific Book Auction Galleries, March 21, 1996. Total sales: $800,000. Approximately 150 pages, 397 lots auctioned, numerous color and b/w photographs. Cloth cover. Price list included. Mint condition.
Albuquerque: 1988. 240 pages, 8360 entries. Cloth cover. Mint condition.
Albuquerque: 1989. 142 pp., 4,870 entries. Cloth cover, Mint condition. These invaluable, easy to use price indexes contain the price, tribal origin, brief description, size, age and condition (if known), auction and date, lot number, and catalogue illustration code for all American Indian art objects that sold for $150 or...
1982, 1984. 32 pages, 27 b/w and 8 color photographs.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Office of Indian Affairs, Bulletin 1926, No. 23, 1927. 27 pages.
Leiden: Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde, 1967. 28 pages, 8 photographs, 13 drawings.
1961. 60 pages, 18 pages of plates.
Washington, D.C: 1883. xxxvii, 477 pages, 77 plates, 402 figures, 2 maps. Very good + condition. includes: Zuni Fetiche; Myths of the Iroquois, Animal Carvings from Mounds of the Mississippi Valley, Navajo Silversmiths, Art in Shell of the Ancient Americans; and Illustrated Catalogue of the Collections Obtained from the Indians...
Washington, D.C: 1884. lxxiv, 606 pages, 44 plates, 200 (plus 2 unnumbered) figures. Fine condition. includes: On Masks, Labrets, and Certain Aboriginal Customs, with an Inquiry into the Bearing of their Geographical Distribution, Omaha Sociology; Navajo Weaver; and Prehistoric Textile Fabrics of the United States, Derived from Impressions on Pottery.
Washingtin, D.C: 1887. 617 pages, 23 plates lacking two pocket maps in rear pocket, 77 figures. Very good + condition. includes: Burial Mounds of the Northern Sections of the United States," The Mountain Chant: A Navajo Ceremony", "The Cherokee Nation of Indians...", The Seminole Indians of Florida", The Religious Life of the Zuni Child"
Washington, D.C: 1894. 600 pages, 50 plates, 200 figures. includes: Ethnology of the Ungava District, Hudson Bay Territory; A Study of Siouan Cults; The Sia.