A Second Phase Navajo chief's blanket, 19th century portrait of Pawnee Bill, and unique London & North Western Railroad pass are among the 2,200+ lots in a Dec. 1-3 auction.
An early 20th century Native American beaded hide war shirt, once owned by Chief 'Bell Rock' Biitawuásh, is from the collection of a founder of the American Football League, coming to auction Nov. 18 through Heritage Auctions.
Examples of American West sculptures and art by revered artisans including Charles Russell and Eanger Irving Couse, as well Native American art and pottery, including examples by Margaret Tafoya will come to auction Nov. 5-6.
Various Native American art, jewelry, and antiquities will display at Shiprock Santa Fe Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, beginning Aug. 12, in multiple exhibitions.
A pair of vintage palace chargers of unequaled size, will headline the cloisonné offerings in Woody Auction's Dec. 3 eclectic auction.
Early weavings, master basketry, and Southwestern pottery from esteemed potters including Margaret Tafoya are headlining the 'Auction In Santa Fe', Aug. 8-9.
A unique 19th century feast bowl, from the Liz Claiborne and Arthur Ortenberg Collection of tribal art is expected to vie for top lot at an auction offered by Heritage Auctions, July 8.
Preston Evans, one of Georgia's best known auctioneers and collectors is bringing his life-long collections to auction May 27-29.
A Haida argillite totem, the work of master carver Charles Edenshaw, soared to $120,000 before the gavel fell, making it the top lot of a November 2015 auction offered by Fairfield Auction.