PreColumbian and Indian Artifacts by HDEnterprises

Twelve Great Basin Indian Artifacts: Ex Hladek

Twelve Great Basin Indian Artifacts: Ex Hladek

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Americas: American Indian: Stone: Pre 1492: Item # 770169

Please refer to our stock # KJH.NAI.B when inquiring.
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This group of individually priced Indian artifacts (KJH2, 3, 14, 35, 36, 39, 73, 79, 82 and 84) are all but one from the Great Basin area in the western U.S. The single Illinois point, a Raddatz, is from Ken’s personal collection, while the various obsidian points are from an old collection put together by one D. A. Hunter. Hunter found the points in the Lakes area of Oregon, with the series starting with KJH 2 and ending with KJH 39 all being from Crump Lake. Point types included in the group are mostly Elko Eared and Elko Corner Notch, with a couple of examples of the small Merrybell. In overall good condition, each of the points has been given a numerical grade on its photo with the grades ranging from 6 to 9, and the prices ranging from $20 to $350. Each comes in a small, glass-fronted collector’s frame along with a map of the area where found when pertinent, and our certificate guaranteeing authenticity. Select or ask any question by referring either to the Trocadero # or to our STOCK # at the top of this page, BUT ALSO to the item’s INVENTORY NUMBER shown in brackets on its photo. NOTE: if you would like to view a large number of our various listings, and at the same time limit your browsing, try our ‘TWELVE different items on a single page format’ by simply spelling out the word TWELVE in the search box. That will quickly bring up all of our listings that have twelve different items on a page, each individually priced! And if you want to further refine the group, add one or two additional modifiers at the same time such as ‘Indian, Precolumbian, Stone, Pot, Gold, etc.’ Any item that has been sold will be so noted on its photograph.