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Native American Collectibles.

For those interested in collecting or selling anything that is of Native American origin. These items would include: Navajo Rugs, Native American Pottery (including Pueblo Pottery), Native American Jewelry, Beaded items, Arrowheads, and a lot more.

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Latest Activity: Nov 4, 2013

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Native American Style Thunderbird Wood Carving

Started by Mark D Swartz Jun 4, 2013.

Indian Wedding Vase 4 Replies

Started by Frances. Last reply by ck irvine Apr 28, 2013.

Is this a Native American LTD Print?? 5 Replies

Started by Bigsarge. Last reply by Bigsarge Apr 27, 2013.

Can anyone tell me what type of print this might be.

Started by Bigsarge Apr 1, 2013.

What do you think of this Painting!! 4 Replies

Started by Bigsarge. Last reply by Bigsarge Mar 1, 2013.

Leather and Fur Balls (unknown what they are for) 3 Replies

Started by Judy Carr. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera Feb 28, 2013.

Patsy Miller Signed Navajo Female Yei Arrow People Sand Painting 6 Replies

Started by Mark D Swartz. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera Feb 24, 2013.

bowls 1 Reply

Started by lundy'antiques/collectables. Last reply by lundy'antiques/collectables Apr 10, 2012.

artifacts? 2 Replies

Started by faye redden. Last reply by Rob Jan 3, 2012.

Many things from estate of mother-in-law, who died at 100 3 Replies

Started by Judy Carr. Last reply by Rob Jan 3, 2012.

More indian items?? 5 Replies

Started by Judy Carr. Last reply by Judy Carr Dec 30, 2011.

Alaskan Items??

Started by Judy Carr Apr 2, 2011.

Better Indian Items

Started by Judy Carr Apr 2, 2011.

More indian items

Started by Judy Carr Apr 2, 2011.

More indian items

Started by Judy Carr Apr 2, 2011.

Books you may want to use for Reference

Started by Sondra Craft Oct 20, 2010.

American Indian Rug 3 Replies

Started by Admiredhistory. Last reply by Admiredhistory Oct 5, 2010.

Artifacts

Started by faye redden Jul 31, 2010.

Anyone know? 2 Replies

Started by faye redden. Last reply by faye redden Jul 30, 2010.

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Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on July 26, 2010 at 2:15pm
Bill Baker, I see you are a newby here. Vicki knows how to use the eBay search engine shown in the upper right corner of your screen. Simply type in the artist's name and it links you. And now you know how to use it too.
When you discuss something there are those whose ideas differ from others and hackles are raised and tempers flare. In the long run most problems are solved. I should also mention that on this site there are very few people willing to put their respective necks into the noose and provide information to those who are seeking it. Remember too that all of us are volunteering our time for the benefit of others and without charge or compensation.
And lastly adding "lol" to a caustic comment doesn't make it alright to say.
Tom
Comment by Bill Baker on July 26, 2010 at 12:44pm
Tom, leave a link in case Vicki wants to get one of these posters, also, the poster that I displayed...you are not going to get that at any site, its the only one found by the appraisers, WHICH is WHY, they appraised it so high.

As for what someone likes....that is their perogative isn't it? I notice you get into a lot of scuffles with people here....do you have anything else to do? lol
Comment by Sondra Craft on July 26, 2010 at 5:57am
Tom--I never said R C Gorman was in his 30's when he died or that he was in Vietnam.

Bill said that T C Cannon was in his 30's when he died in a Car Wreck, and that T C was in the Vietnam War.
Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on July 26, 2010 at 1:35am
Additional comment. His service in the Navy would have made him a Korean War veteran.
Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on July 26, 2010 at 12:36am
Presently on eBay there are 183 listings for his prints. Most of them are under $50. On Completed sales there were 4 sold out of 18. 3 @ $12.95 and 1 at $32.50. If you like orange hair and polka dots then this could be your style.
Tom
Comment by Bill Baker on July 25, 2010 at 10:56pm
Yes Vicki, it was tragic...this guy was a Vietnam war veteran, was learning from Fritz Scholder, and had a unique style. I e-mailed his sister for the name of this poster and asked where the original painting was. She stated the original painting is in private hands and I THINK now, that they own all the copyrights for this painting.. I have seen a couple online, but not a price for them. Mine does have the memorial title to it, and it was at the artshow they had for him in 1979.

Vicki, I would love to share what it appraises for, but I just don't feel comfortable doing that, hope you understand!

Let me get a camera sometime this week, I have something that maybe you or someone here can tell me about. Have a good one!
Comment by vicki hufstetler on July 25, 2010 at 9:58pm
WOW Bill, what a very sad story. Looks like he would have had a wonderful art career ahead of him. Why won't you share price? I am just curious - as I always am - lol
Thanks for sharing, it's wonderful!
Comment by Bill Baker on July 25, 2010 at 9:45pm

Sondra, I have a poster here of the memorial art show they did for T.C.Cannon in the late 70's. He was the artist whos art was displayed in the movie "Billy Jack". I have had it for about 3 years. Its a large memorial poster of his piece he called "Two-Gun-Arikira". I am going to post it. I had it appraised about a couple of years ago......won't say what they said it was worth, but it surprised the heck out of me!
The show was in New York. They previously were going to have a show of his art with another artist, but Cannon died in a car wreck the night before his show was to be presented. T.C. was in his 30's when he died.

Comment by Sondra Craft on July 25, 2010 at 6:07pm
Welcome: Char, Malorie, and Gail!

Vicki--Your items most likely would not be "protected" items, since you did buy them at an auction. I am anxious to see pictures of your items.

Bill--I would be fine with you posting posters of art drawn by Native Americans. These items are more likely of recent origin, so would not fall under the "protected" items category. I am anxiously awaiting the pictures of your items and posters. I hope you can get that new camera soon!

I recently found and bid on some Prints by a Native American artist by the name of R C Gorman. I was outbid on all of the items, and the prices have really climbed to the point where I can no longer afford to bid on them. His work runs from around the 60's or 70's to 2005, when he passed away. I am hoping to write up a little something about him here soon, and put it into the Discussion area.
Comment by Bill Baker on July 25, 2010 at 4:54pm
Can you post collectible posters of art drawn by Native Americans? Have an interesting poster and know a little about it. Still have not gotten a new camera..
 

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