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Saturday, January 6th, 2024 at 9:00 AM

Ethnic Carved Folk Masks / Headdresses, 100s of Collectibles

2110 Harper Dg. Fairgrounds Lawrence, KS
Bldg. 21 Climate Controlled!

Ethnic Carved Folk Masks / Headdresses

Masks: Makonde / Abakan Yam / Mama / Toma / Ibo Nigeria / Elephant / Borneo Bahan / Baule Female Guli / Dau Guera Passport / Guro Elephant / Maprik Hill Yam / Etc.; Fanti Cehara seated & Ibibio carved figures; African carved headdress; 1930 Maprik Hill Yam Papua New Guinea Mask

100's of Collectibles Highlights ONLY!

Wooden Carved Stagecoach & Horses; Papua New Guinea fish trap; wire fish trap; Horn whetstone holder; Oregon bird point Decoys; carved shore birds; metal sprinkler head Duck Decoy; Sacramento River 1930's Pintail Drake Decoy; frog fish; lark lure; 1880 leg decoy; cactus wren; Musical: Apache Fiddle, Ocarina, African stringed instruments, Nepalese Horn & Silver Trumpet; Asian Telescoping Horn; Tan bird whistle; Rooster noise maker; 1890 tin Trumpet; Sculptures: Bart Walter Orangutan Bronz, galloping horse, horse bas relief, Seri ironwood carved snake, eagle, quail, big horn sheep, Ivan Guaruja "Lighting a Pipe in the Wind"; Folk Art: Danial Strasser Carved Rabbit, Carved Bird in Flight, Memory crock, Sewer Tile Jar, Lamp Base; Religion:  Koran Carved Pendant in Agate / Silver Base, Bozo Female Parade Figure, Guatemalan Parade Head on Stan / Maximon Folk Saint & Christo Negro, Santos, African Offering Bowls;1820 Chinese Pillow Box / Lock; Japanese Silk Scrolls; Indigenous: Santee Sioux Necklace, Hopi Rattle & Dance Rattle, Hopi Mudhead Rattle, Zuni Bear Claw Gourd Pot, Marble Native American Symbol Slab; Native American Pots: Peruvian Parrot, Navajo Stoneware Tureen, Acoma Sky City Jug, Gachupin Jemez Pueblo Pot, Alonso Sandoval Mata Ortiz Spiral Pot, Uriel Lopez Pot w/ Animals & Cactus, J.R. Sanchez wedding vase, Ben Poncho seed pot w/ deer design; 10 State Commemorative Spoons; Brenda White Disney Charger Bowls & Plates; 1964 Invitational Phoenix Country Club Cup; Glass Paperweights: Jenny Lind, horse, "Candy", red cut glass, glass egg, glass marble; Wedgewood: Tony Baggett 1984 Vase, Rosso antico pendant, tea set, flower holder, pitchers, biscuit jar, Friar Tuck plate; Tobacco:1910 pipe holder, American water pipe, early pipes, snuff bottles, Baccarat match holder, Padron cigar box, 1900 Black Forest Pipe, 1920 humidor, Horse tobacco cutter, Spongeware & Stoneware Spittoons, Native American Tomahawk Pipe, Old Briar tobacco tin, Equestrian other snuff boxes; Boot Jacks: 1890 cast-iron, wooden, mechanical, bull head; Table Lamps: Driftwood & Stone, Milk Glass, Brass Asian, Carved Rose Alabaster, Tea Tin, Etched; 1800 Bed Smoother; rug beater, Chocolate Molds; Russian Serving Set; 1873 American Dough Bowl; Aesthetic Salt Glazed Pitcher & Tea Set; 1830 Enoch Wood Teapot; Vermeil Tea Set; rice mold; butter stamp; 1930 fish mold; Breininger Slipware Platters; Roseville Pitcher; 1930 Carnival Lemonade Set; cookie cutters; 1842 Pewter Stein; 1859 English w/ antler Stein; 1860 Doulton Pitcher; Vintage baseball 1935 Catcher's Mask / leather glove; Sewing items; buttons; 1870 American Embroidery Hoop; Navajo Weaving Comb; Kachinas; Canes; 2D Art; Many items too numerous to mention!

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Seller: William P. Bishop Estate

Auction Note: This is the 3rd and Final Auction for Mr. Bishop's Estate as he owned Antique & Fine Art Galleries in Allenspark, CO & Scottdale, AZ for over 50 Years! This is extraordinary collection that contains MANY one of the kind Items! The Auction will include items from America / Asia / Europe / Native American / Western / Southwest Western Artist! Do Not Miss this Final Auction as there 100's of items unlisted that must be unpacked!!

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