PreColumbian and Indian Artifacts by HDEnterprises

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To see current promotions or special pricing, type either the single word 'sale' or the single word 'offer' into the search link appearing on any page. And we have added two superb Clovis points and a superb Dovetail to the remaining RLK consignment, all great items you must take a look at. You can type 'RLK.' into one of our search links to see them!! If you enjoy Native American stone, you won't be disappointed....and you might get lucky before any more sell!

And more specials! Check our PBF items - heavily discounted!! All remaining MAB artifacts are being offered at an across the board 25% discount and FREE shipping on any DOMESTIC order of $500 or more. Enter WSG-1 to see a beautifully designed Moche gold piece. And enter 1178894 to see two important Aztec stone statues from the Dr. Heflin collection being soon offered on the Artemis Gallery Xmas auction in the first week of Dec.

And...the Latest! The two most significant pieces in the Langdon Pre-Columbian collection are about ready to disappear!! After being specially offered over the past 9 months, the price-reduction HAS BOTTOMED OUT!!! Use LLL.0470 or LLL.0483 in the search link to see the lowest prices at which these two beauties are now offered. If not sold by the end of this month.....they will be no longer be available and will be returned to the consigner.

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : Pre Columbian : Metalwork : Pre 1492 item #154592 (stock #103.45HD)
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$4,975.00
Cast from richly colored coppery gold tumbaga, this beautifully matched pair of hollow semi lunar ear ornaments (103.45HD), each with three rows of continuous ring decoration, is attributed to the Tairona horizon of Colombia dating c.1000-1500AD...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : Pre Columbian : Sculpture : Pre 1492 item #1113631 (stock #MAB.188)
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$950.00
This colorful polychrome hand-modeled solid clay figurine (MAB.188) depicts a seated mother holding an infant in her lap. Measuring 6 3/8" in height, her right arm has been glued, the infant's elongated cap is missing, and a flat plait of hanging hair on the mother's back appears to be gone (based on the irregular lower edge at the base of her hair). Dating c.200BC-100AD in the Pre-Classic period, it is attributed to the Jalisco group of West Mexico and is graded at a 7-8...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : Pre Columbian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #821787 (stock #RDM.D)
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The ceramic vessels in this assorted group (RDM 67, 72, 73, 81-83, 86, 91, 96, 101, 107 and 118) are all from the Barney Mallonee collection. Individually photographed and priced, most of the pieces are from the mysterious Tiwanaku horizon of Bolivia. The few zoomorphic forms having no provenance appear to be from Ecuador and may have been purchased in the U.S. in the mid-20th century...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : Pre Columbian : Stone : Pre 1492 item #142185 (stock #AXH.1461B)
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$900.00
Possibly a representation of the wind god, this 9” tall stone sculpture (AXH1461B) is from the Dr. Allen Heflin collection. Marked on the back on a white ink panel is Heflin’s note that it was found in Vera Cruz, Mexico. Though he didn’t attribute it to a specific group, it is thought to be Huasteca in origin, dating c.900-1300AD. Made from dense volcaniclastic stone, the figure from the front depicts a crested, open-mouthed face...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : Pre Columbian : Handiwork : Pre 1492 item #581370 (stock #AXH.CARD H)
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Aside for the overall quality and frequent uniqueness of the artifacts and relics from the Dr. Allen Heflin collection, it’s difficult not to to rank its next most important feature as the extreme care practiced by Heflin in documenting the provenance of almost every one of his approximately 10,000 treasured items...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : Pre Columbian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #891681 (stock #AXH.CARDAC)
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This fun group of twelve artifacts, each shown with a centimeter scale for size and individually priced, consists of ceramic parts that were used for the assembly of Pre-Columbian puppets! All from the Dr. Allen Heflin collection, each torso, arm, leg, or body (AXH 1429R3N2, 2125i, 2325F-J-K-0, 2326D-G-K, 2327C-D and 2354) has been attached to a card with water soluble Elmer’s glue, and each card annotated with a brief description and the price. The ruler is divided into centimeters...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : Pre Columbian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #562973 (stock #AXH.CARD A)
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Aside for the overall quality and frequent uniqueness of the artifacts and relics from the Dr. Allen Heflin collection, it’s difficult not to to rank its next most important feature as the extreme care practiced by Heflin in documenting the provenance of almost every one of his approximately 10,000 treasured items...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : Pre Columbian : Sculpture : Pre 1492 item #473327 (stock #AXH.PC.B)
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The twelve individually illustrated and priced relics in this group of twelve (AXH Nos. 64.21, 1410R4N3, 1417.52, 1428R5N3, 1488R2N1, 1495R6N3, 2340, 2347, 2432, 2647K, 2692, and 2739) were all found at Aztec sites in the Valley of Mexico in the mid-20th century by the late Dr. Allen Heflin. An amazing facet of Heflin’s work was the consistent manner in which he documented the location and date of find for virtually every one of the approximately 10,000 items in his extraordinary collection...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : Pre Columbian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #79064 (stock #AXH.1650)
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$225.00
The late Dr. Allen Heflin’s collection is known around the world and has been described by a museum curator who was familiar with the collection as ‘unique and we’ll probably never see another like it in the States’. This 4 1/2" tall, Precolumbian offering jar (AXH1650), found by Heflin in the state of Colima in west Mexico July 1952, represents the head of the long worshipped god of thunder and lightning, Tlaloc...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : Pre Columbian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #479283 (stock #AXH.PC.D)
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The twelve individually illustrated and priced relics in this group of twelve (AXH Nos. 182R2N8, 183R3N17, 1413R2N2 & R4N3, 1422R2N3, 1492R3N1, 1556, 2363, 2373, 2453, 2647I and 2647AB) were all found at Aztec sites in the Valley of Mexico in the mid-20th century by the late Dr. Allen Heflin. An amazing facet of Heflin’s work was the consistent manner in which he documented the location and date of find for virtually every one of the approximately 10,000 items in his extraordinary collection...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : Pre Columbian : Pre 1492 item #589299 (stock #AXH.CARD W)
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This group of twelve photographs illustrates individually priced Pre-Columbian artifacts (AXH Nos. 1359, 1408R1N1& N4, 1420R4N1, 1426R1N4, 1442R1N1, 1490R3N4 & R5N3, 2647C & V and 2647AA), all from the estate of the late Dr. Allen Heflin, and all Post-Classic Aztec in origin dating from c.1300AD-1500AD. The various types shown in this group are: figurine heads, needles, fruit and food, gouge, ear spools, bird’s head, ear ornament, etc. Materials include bone and clay...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : Pre Columbian : Pre 1492 item #1212583 (stock #LFG.PCFET)
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$600.00
The two rare pictured silver fetish pendants (LFG 1027 & LFG 1028), illustrated on these pages and assigned to the late Tiahuanaco Period of Bolivia and Peru, are popularly known as ‘chambi’ or ‘Lawraka’. Probably used as hair ornaments, similar ornaments of bronze were worn historically by the Chipaya Indians of the Altiplano and are now popular among Andean shamans who use them in ritualistic ceremony. From the mid-20th century personal collection of Lorenzo Fritz, each is individually...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : Pre Columbian : Pre 1492 item #589304 (stock #AXH.CARD Z)
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This group of twelve photographs illustrates individually priced Pre-Columbian artifacts (AXH Nos. 234R3N2, 1410R5N4, 1413R3N1, 1418R4N2, 1426R5N3, 1487R1N4, 1490R5N2, 1496R7N5, 1540, 2647P, 2590 and 2736), all from the estate of the late Dr. Allen Heflin and all Aztec in age, dating c.1300AD-1500AD. The various types shown in this group are: figurines, pendant, needles, adorno, whorl, ear spool, duck’s head, ear plug, bird’s head, gouge, etc. Materials include bone, clay and obsidian. Each ...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : Pre Columbian : Pottery : Pre 1492 item #823253 (stock #RDM.G)
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Here’s another group of twelve Pre-Columbian ceramics (RDM 36, 39, 41, 49, 51-55, 58, 60 and 61) from the old Barney Mallonee collection. Individually photographed and priced, most of the pieces are from the Tiwanaku horizon of Bolivia with once again, a few being from Ecuador. There are polychromes, bowls and jugs, some with anthropomorphic overtones, some with zoomorphic. Represented are the Tiwanaku and Chorrera horizons, and perhaps a few others. Prices range from a low of $50 to a high of...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : South American : Handiwork : Pre 1920 item #727882 (stock #LFG.NATIVE)
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All from the collection of research anthropologist and former Southwestern primitive arts dealer, Lorenzo Gordon Fritz, this intriguing and magical assortment of native-made items (LFG 430, 431, 435, 440, 457, 473, 477, 480, 481, 491, 492 and 498) date from the Late Inca Period up to the early 20th century. Collected by Fritz in the highlands of Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador, the group consists largely of magical stone fetishes (illas and sipjas) said to bring prosperity, good fortune, and fecundity...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : Pre Columbian : Stone : Pre 1492 item #888600 (stock #OBSID.B)
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Another group of twelve Pre-Columbian obsidian artifacts from the estate of the late Dr. Allen Heflin, this group (AXH 183R8N1; 221.2, 8, 15, 21, 26 & 39; 234R1N5 & 8; R2N1; R8N7 & 12) was assembled from finds made in the state of Sayula in West Mexico, and at the site in the Valley of Mexico known to the Aztecs as the “Place of the Gods”….Teotihuacan! Dating from the Pre-Classic into the Post Classic Periods, the group includes pendants, discs, a dog, a cat (?), a human figure, and beads....
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Stone : Pre 1492 item #418829 (stock #WG.101)
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$750.00
Collector Walter Glowacki purchased this lot of 23 Columbian River points (WG101) at an Indian show in Denver in 1981. Measuring from ½” to a little over 1” in length, the stone types include black obsidian, mahogany obsidian, translucent chalcedony, jasper, agate, and opaque chalcedony of various other colors. Condition varies from overall good (minor nicks and dings on 9 points) to excellent (on the balance). The point types all fall in the Desert Tradition category, dating c.1600-400BP. ...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : Pre Columbian : Metalwork : Pre 1492 item #83193 (stock #H4154)
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$29,500.00
Weighing over 55 grams and measuring 3 ¼” in height, this wonderfully crafted anthropomorphic 20-22K gold image (H4154) is said to represent a shaman. Attributed to the Veraguas horizon in Panama, c.500-1200AD, it is one of three different available images that can be put in a row to depict the transformation sequence of shaman to his animal form, in this case a caiman, the South American crocodile. With a bale attached to the recessed back, this powerful piece can be worn. You’ll seldom fi...