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Navajo All Silver Concha Belt
Lot # 220 - Navajo All Silver Concha Belt
features a simple geometric stamp on each of the 13 rectangular& conchas. Buckle decorated with simple hand-worked diagonal lines, concha length 1.6 in. x width 1.25 in.; buckle length 2.6 in. x width 1.8 in. Belt with original leather.
late first quarter 20th century
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Max Kalish (American, 1891-1945)
Lot # 119 - Max Kalish (American, 1891-1945)
Bust of Tom L. Johnson
signed and dated 1911 on right side
marked Copyright right side 
ht. 23, wd. 20, dp. 12 in. 

Tom L. Johnson served as the Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio from 1901 to 1909, and was a noted American Progressive. He was elected on the basis of his "home rule, 3-cent fare, and just taxation" campaign, and led many reforms that took place in city hall during his three terms. He was defeated in the 1909 mayoral race by Herman C. Baehr, and passed away in 1911. Johnson is buried in Greenwood Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York. 

Max Kalish studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art and the National Academy of Design. He was a frequent exhibitor at the Cleveland Museum of Art's May Show where he was known for his sculptures of industrial workmen. In addition to this bust, Kalish also sculpted other political figures including a likeness of Abraham Lincoln that stands on the Cleveland mall downtown. The Cleveland Plain Dealer featured this bust of Johnson in their July 12, 1911 issue praising him for his "interpretation of the intensely human human side of Cleveland's famous mayor."

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William Curtis (British, 1746-1799)
Lot # 212 - William Curtis (British, 1746-1799)

British, 18th century. Eight hand-colored mezzotint engravings on laid paper from The Botanical Magazine; Or, Flower-Garden Displayed, an illustrated publication printed by Stephen Couchman from 1789 to 1826; (plate, each) 5.5 x 8.75 in. 

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Eskimo Carved Antler Tobacco Container
Lot # 5 - Eskimo Carved Antler Tobacco Container
fully decorated with incised bands of kayak building, hunting scenes, and dancing; wood plug in spout; pierced for attachment, height 3 in. x length 5 in.
19th century
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Plains Catlinite Pipe Bowl with Stem From a Minnesota Collection
Lot # 126 - Plains Catlinite Pipe Bowl with Stem From a Minnesota Collection
T-shaped bowl with extended prow and concentric ring embellishments, length 9.75 in.; rounded stem detailed in a similar manner; with wooden inserts, overall length 30 in.
fourth quarter 19th century 
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Central Plains Girl's Beaded Hide Dress, Leggings, and Moccasins
Lot # 57 - Central Plains Girl's Beaded Hide Dress, Leggings, and Moccasins
thread and sinew-sewn native and commercially-tanned hide; dress embellished with beadwork in colors of clear, yellow, orange, faceted blue, and faceted pea green; clear tubular beads with red centers and mescal beans are strung on hide thongs on bust and shirt of dress; long thin fringe details arms, length 22 x chest 20 in.; PLUS a pair of native tanned hide leggings with translucent green, rose, light blue, dark blue, and white beadwork; leggings are attached to unadorned moccasins, length of leggings with moccasins 16 in., length of moccasin, 6.75 in.
first quarter 20th century
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American Sterling Spoons
Lot # 61 - American Sterling Spoons
American, 20th century. An assembled group of twenty-one sterling silver spoons including two demitasse spoons, eighteen teaspoons, and one child's spoon, all by various makers; (longest) lg. 6 in., total silver wt. 11.525ozt (358.5g).
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Leonor Fini (American, 1907-1996)
Lot # 118 - Leonor Fini (American, 1907-1996)
3 lithographs on paper
each signed in graphite and numbered, including one proof
largest 28 x 20 in. (sheet size).
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French Art Nouveau Woodblock
Lot # 101 - French Art Nouveau Woodblock
Early 20th century
woodblock on paper
signed and numbered in margin indistinctly
11.5 x 10.5 in. (sight)
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<i>Reed & Barton Francis I</i> Bowl
Lot # 42 - Reed & Barton Francis I Bowl
American, 1953. A Reed & Barton sterling silver oblong bowl in the Francis I pattern, marked for Reed & Barton, 1953 date mark; ht. 2.75, wd. 12.75, dp.10 in.; total silver wt. 19.825ozt (616.6g).
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Anishinaabe [Ojibwe] Beaded Skirt from a Minnesota Collection
Lot # 352 - Anishinaabe [Ojibwe] Beaded Skirt from a Minnesota Collection
thread-sewn velveteen and cotton skirt florally beaded using an array of colors including red white-heart, rose, pumpkin, greasy yellow, pea green, translucent green, dark blue, light blue, white, and pink; lower hem of dress with tin cone fringe, length 31 in., waist 33 in.
late 19th century
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