PreColumbian and Indian Artifacts by HDEnterprises

Please check out the 'To Purchase an Item' section by going through the SALES POLICY link on the opening page. The DOMESTIC shipping cost by US Postal Mail (our choice of either First Class or Standard Post) is included in the listed price for every item NOT on sale or otherwise reduced in price. For INTERNATIONAL shipping cost, contact us for rates. If you have any questions, we always welcome your inquiries.

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. Note the two superb Clovis points and Dovetail blade in the RLK consignment!! Prices have been reduced to a very low level, but the consigner will still consider offers!! Enter 'RLK.' into one of our search links to see them. If Native American stone is your passion, you won't be disappointed!

And more specials! Check our PBF items - heavily discounted AND if you buy all remaining three in a group, a TREMEMDOUS reduction!! 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 finally, ALL of the MCH listings of Pre-historic Native American pottery are being NOW offered with a GIANT 50% discount!!

For the Mitry collection lovers, all remaining unsold Mitry pieces have been re-assembled into 11 pages with 12 items to a page. To see the last part of this world-renowned collection, type 'EGYPT.' into any of our search links.

The LATEST SALE OFFER! The buyer will get a 75% discount on any item or items in the AXH.LAST groups, and also pay for postage, packaging and insurance charges (the discounted item order must total at least $200 to which those listed shipping charges will be added). If a credit card is used, we'll also add 10% of the grand total for our bank's credit card charge (if paid by check in US$$, or a USPO money order, the bank's credit card charge will not be added). Buyer's choice on how the payment is made. Take a look at all the remaining Heflin items by entering AXH.LAST. with the periods into any of our search links.

And finally, with CHRISTMAS importance to all viewers, should you find anything of interest, we're always happy to consider an offer and will work our hardest with the hope that we can arrange a sale that will satisfy all parties (our Xmas gift to US buyers is to ship and insure all purchases at our expense!!). NEVER hesitate to give it a try...PARTICULARLY during the Christmas Season. Please note that we'll only be able to ship up to the date December 15th in order to get a purchase to the buyer by Xmas!! MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL AND HERE'S TO A GREAT NEW YEAR!!!

All Items : Estate Jewelry : Strands : Pre 1980 item #1237698 (stock #JEP.BEAD.C)
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This (Group C) is the last of three pages showing collection of trade beads from the Lewin estate. This group illustrates seven glass bead necklaces that appear to be from the Old World (JEP 202, 206, 208, 212, 216, 224 and 225), one group of 9 probably Indian made clay beads (JEP 223), and the last with two large African amber beads (JEP 227). Little information came with the beads, so we’ll leave it to the viewer to recognize their attributes...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Strands : Pre 1980 item #1237178 (stock #JEP.BEAD.A)
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beads from the Walt Lewin estate. This group illustrates seven glass bead necklaces (JEP 200, 201, 204, 209, 210, 211, 213 and 214), one amber necklace (JEP 218), and one unstrung group of brass beads (JEP 218). The photos show a full view of each necklace along with a close-up of some 2 or 3 inches of the beads. The text below a photo shows first our inventory number in brackets followed by a general description of the illustrated beads...
All Items : Estate Jewelry : Strands : Pre 1980 item #1237695 (stock #JEP.BEAD.B)
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This page (Group B) is the second of three pages showing the world-wide collection of old trade beads from the Walt Lewin estate. This group illustrates five glass bead necklaces that appear to be from the Old World (JEP 203, 207, 215, 217 and 220), one New World seed bead necklace (JEP 221), one frame of Indian glass beads from an Oklahoma site (JEP 226), an African amber necklace (JEP 219), a necklace of shell beads believed to be from one of the Southwest Indian tribes (JEP 222)...