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Twelve Pottery Heads: Heflin, Card Group H

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Americas: Pre Columbian: Handiwork: Pre 1492: item # 581370

Please refer to our stock # AXH.CARD H when inquiring.

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Twelve Pottery Heads: Heflin, Card Group H

Aside for the overall quality and frequent uniqueness of the artifacts and relics from the Dr. Allen Heflin collection, its difficult not 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. Not all of them were large, or impressive, or complete, or of museum quality. Many were simply the fragments and parts from ritually broken offerings to ancient gods, or pieces resulting from breakage due to the passage of generations of human traffic. The artifacts I speak of were made not only of clay, but also of bone, stone, metal, and shell, each marked or otherwise catalogued by Heflin with the name of the site and usually the date when it was found. After purchasing the collection, we mounted thousands of such items, each one on a small descriptive card identifying the item, its age, and the location from which it came (NOTE that the scale shown is in inches). Many have since been sold to collectors all over the world, but a large and assorted variety still remains. This group of twelve individually photographed and priced Pre-Columbian ceramic heads (AXH 1405.R4N2, AXH1406.R2N1, AXH1407.R1N3, AXH1411.R5N1, AXH1412.R1N4, AXH1412.R7N4, AXH1414.R2N1, AXH1415.R2N4, AXH1417.R5N1, AXH1418.R4N2, AXH1419.R5N1 and AXH1420.R1N3) is from the early Pre-Classic Period, c.1500BC, to the Classic Period, c.700AD, of ancient Mexico. A number of the heads were found at Teotihuacan. Each one comes attached to a card with water soluble glue, along with a copy of the memoriam to Heflin published in the Missouri Archaeological Society Quarterly or a copy of our biographical sketch telling about both the man and his collection, and finally with a map on which appears the highlighted area where the artifact was found. The opportunity to acquire a few items from some of the identified sites in the New World is unique, and the variety, price and quality of the carded items will be attractive. Select or ask any question by first referring to the Trocadero Number on this page, and then the inventory number shown on the given photograph. Any that have been sold will be so-marked on the appropriate photo. If youd like to see all of the currently listed carded varieties, simply type AXH.CARD in any of the search links in our catalog, and a complete list will appear. And if youd like to see all of the various other items listed in the group of twelve format (a great way to save on browsing time), enter the single word TWELVE into the search link.

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