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  • Two Massim Sword Clubs

    Lot: 41
    Estimate: $700 - $900

    Two Massim Sword Clubs, Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea, the longer a wide blade, cutlass style type, with lime-filled decoration, with old with painted inventory number, the other with narrow ...

  • Three Papua New Guinea Lime Spatulas

    Lot: 44
    Estimate: $1,200 - $1,800

    Three Papua New Guinea Lime Spatulas, Massim, Trobriand Islands, late 19th century, made from palm wood, two with anthropomorphic crouching figures atop the long blades, the third from Adzera, ...

  • Cook Islands Stone Adze Blade

    Lot: 80
    Estimate: $400 - $600

    Cook Islands Stone Adze Blade, 19th century, or earlier, basalt, wide blade adze with triangular grooved shaped top side, lg. 8 in. ...

  • Austral Islands Ceremonial Paddle

    Lot: 84
    Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

    Austral Islands Ceremonial Paddle, mid-19th century, overall carved geometric designs, the top with eight stylized heads, round-cut shaft, dark patina, (restoration to the blade, with one small ...

  • Hawaiian Stone Adze Blade, Ko'i

    Lot: 92
    Estimate: $500 - $700

    Hawaiian Stone Adze Blade, Ko'i, 19th century, or earlier, black basalt stone adze from Island of Hawaii, probably used for canoe building, lg. 7 1/2 in. Provenance: The Rosman collection, New ...

  • Maori Carved Wood Paddle, Hoe

    Lot: 102
    Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

    Maori Carved Wood Paddle, Hoe, 19th century, the central part of the handle and most of one side of the blade, chip-carved in typical scroll and chevon designs, (a number of the central design ...

  • Long Blade Sabre Knife

    Lot: 137
    Estimate: $200 - $300

    Long Blade Sabre Knife, possibly Gbaya, Democratic Republic of the Congo, used as a symbol of prestige rather than as a fighting weapon, decorated in places with cross-hatch incising, with ...

  • Northeast Carved Wood Crooked Knife

    Lot: 190
    Estimate: $400 - $600

    Northeast Carved Wood Crooked Knife, the long burlwood handle terminating in a curving "S" with chip-carved edging, wire-wrapped steel blade, lg. 11 in. ...

  • Northeast Carved Wood Crooked Knife

    Lot: 191
    Estimate: $400 - $600

    Northeast Carved Wood Crooked Knife, last quarter 19th century, the hardwood handle chip-carved and with incised initials, "AM", and curled end, the metal blade bound with wire, lg. 9 in. ...

  • Northeast Carved Wood Crooked Knife

    Lot: 193
    Estimate: $400 - $600

    Northeast Carved Wood Crooked Knife, last quarter 19th century, the burlwood handle chip-carved and with a raised star motif and rounded end, with large cutout hole, the metal blade bound with cord, ...

  • Northeast Crooked Knife in the Form of a Hand

    Lot: 194
    Estimate: $600 - $800

    Northeast Crooked Knife in the Form of a Hand, Penobscot or Passamaquoddy, fourth quarter 19th century, the long, thin steel blade attached to the rounded handle, held by wrapped cord, the large ...

  • Northeast Carved Wood Crooked Knife

    Lot: 195
    Estimate: $400 - $600

    Northeast Carved Wood Crooked Knife, last quarter 19th century, the wood handle carved and with a raised chevon motifs, and ending in a scroll, the metal blade bound with copper wire, lg. 10 1/4 ...

  • Northeast Oak Crooked Knife

    Lot: 196
    Estimate: $200 - $300

    Northeast Oak Crooked Knife, Wampanoag, late 19th century, the handle with sharp curve, the steel blade held by wrapped copper wire, lg. 9 in. Provenance: Private collection, Florida; Shubert ...

  • Two Northeast Woodlands Crooked Knives

    Lot: 197
    Estimate: $300 - $400

    Two Northeast Woodlands Crooked Knives, late 19th century, the larger with red painted wood handle, long curved blade wrapped with wire to hold in place, the second with bone handle and short blade, ...

  • Northeast Crooked Knife with Elaborately Carved Handle

    Lot: 198
    Estimate: $300 - $500

    Northeast Crooked Knife with Elaborately Carved Handle, fourth quarter 19th century, the handle carved with multiple three-dimensional motifs, including a cutout heart, with chip-carving and ...

  • Three Prehistoric Stone Artifacts

    Lot: 211
    Estimate: $400 - $500

    Three Prehistoric Stone Artifacts, Mississippian Culture, grooved granite axe blade, with collection labels, and two discoidal chunky stones, one with a central hole, lg. 4 1/4, dia. 3 1/2 and 3 3/8 ...

  • Northwest Coast Crooked Knife

    Lot: 238
    Estimate: $200 - $300

    Northwest Coast Crooked Knife, c. 1900-20, Alaska, carved from tiger maple, with cane wrapping to hold steel blade in place, with metal stand, lg. 8 3/4 in. ...

  • Northwest Coast Bone and Iron Knife

    Lot: 239
    Estimate: $700 - $900

    Northwest Coast Bone and Iron Knife, Tlingit, c. 1900, whalebone handle fashioned into the head of a raven, cloth wrapped grip, with forged-iron blade, inscription on handle, "Tlingit Indian," with ...

  • Northwest Coast Adze

    Lot: 243
    Estimate: $1,500 - $2,000

    Northwest Coast Adze, 19th century, D-adze type, the wood handle carved with the figure of a crouching bear on one end, the iron forged blade attached with cord, lg. 7 3/4 in. Provenance: The ...

  • Northwest Coast Adze

    Lot: 244
    Estimate: $1,500 - $2,000

    Northwest Coast Adze, Makah, 19th century, D-adze type, whalebone openwork handle, one end carved with a human head, with a bear head above, joined to a hand-forged iron file blade, bound with cord, ...

  • Schofield "Baltimore Rose" Pattern Sterling Silver Flatware Service

    Lot: 123
    Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

    Schofield "Baltimore Rose" Pattern Sterling Silver Flatware Service, Baltimore, 20th century, comprised of twelve each: dinner forks, hollow knives (six with new French blades), luncheon forks, ...

  • 18th Century English Surgical or Amputation Set

    Lot: 1321
    Sold for: $5,938$4,750

    18th Century English Surgical or Amputation Set, sharkskin case with shell-form hinges and an early brass bail handle, fitted burgundy fabric-lined interior with unmarked steel and wooden-handled ...

  • Walter Lang 100 Blade Exposition Knife, No. 227

    Lot: 1346
    Sold for: $6,875$5,500

    Walter Lang 100 Blade Exposition Knife, No. 227, Germany, c. 1960, 4 3/4-in. master blade marked "P. Lang/Germany," barbed hoof cleaner with serial number 227, 100 implements including special ...

  • Group of Sterling Silver and Coin Silver Penknives

    Lot: 1195
    Sold for: $438$350

    Group of Sterling Silver and Coin Silver Penknives, some monogrammed, most with floral designs, marked on the blades, approx. total 7.0 troy oz. ...

  • Parcel-gilt-bronze Phurba

    Lot: 184
    Sold for: $1,625$1,300

    Parcel-gilt-bronze Phurba, Tibet, with three twisted line blades, the finial adorned with a Mahakala head, the handle multi-tiered decorated with various masks and floral design in relief, painted ...

  • Two Iron/Bronze Kartika Knives

    Lot: 1444
    Unsold  

    Two Iron/Bronze Kartika Knives, Tibetan Nepal, early 20th century, the crescent-shaped iron blades with a cast bronze handle in the shape of a five-pronged vajra, ht. to 6 1/2, wd. to 6 3/4 in. ...

  • Shaker Iron Sickle

    Lot: 3082
    Sold for: $688$550

    Shaker Iron Sickle, signed "BY" for Benjamin Youngs, Watervliet, New York, c. 1800-15, handle lg. 5 7/8, blade lg. (along the arc) 28 1/4 in. Provenance: The Rathbun Gallery, Wakefield, Rhode ...

  • Wrought Iron and Turned Walnut Dough Scraper

    Lot: 3120
    Sold for: $813$650

    Wrought Iron and Turned Walnut Dough Scraper, America, 19th century, the curved scraper blade with a socket and turned handle, lg. 5 3/4, wd. 3 1/8 in. Provenance: Willis Henry Auction, 1984. ...

  • Painted Wood and Tin Straight Razor Trade Sign

    Lot: 1110
    Sold for: $594$475

    Painted Wood and Tin Straight Razor Trade Sign, America, late 19th century, the black and silver case with tin blade, closed lg. 23 1/2 in. ...

  • Rare Gilt Copper Axe Trade Sign

    Lot: 1111
    Sold for: $688$550

    Rare Gilt Copper Axe Trade Sign, America, late 19th century, the hatchet with curved blade on a short haft, ht. 24 1/2 in. Provenance: Sidney Gecker. ...