Acoma pottery Vase.
It is approx 7 1/2" tall with a 4 1/2" in diameter rim.
It has a polychrome geometric design around the base.
The top portion of the vase is corrugated all around.
This vessel is thick walled and is a little off center.
There is a hairline crack that extends 4" down from the rim which can only be seen upon close inspection.
There is a nick on the inside lip of the rim.
It is marked "Acoma NM" on the bottom.
It is 10" in diameter and approx 2" tall.
I believe it's woven sweetgrass.
The tag that came with the basket states the origin of the basket to be from Maine by the Micmac or other tribe (cant make out the name).
Similar looking basket online was made from the Wanabaki or Penobscot tribe.
Some color fading to the basket otherwise great condition.
Possibly a sewing basket.
There is a silver painted number on the bottom of the basket.
She is 9 1/2 tall and made of fabric with a faceless wooden head.
There is some yellowing to the white fabric, otherwise great condition.
The print is approx 12" x 15"
The framed measurement is approx 22" x 26"
It is framed under glass.
The frame is made out of a dark reddish wood
It is hand signed in pencil by the artist
There are some dings to the frame
COA is affixed to the back of the frame
It is approx 11" in length and approx 13 3/4" wide.
It is a little yellowed and there is writing in pencil along the edge of Nebraska that states 1886-1892 some RR (railroads)not built- 1880's Kansas on reverse.
There is writing in pencil on the edge of the Kansas side that states 1886-1892.
Nice coloring and engraving.
The bottom part of the Kansas map states Public Lands Unknown and Indian Territory.
It is 10 1/2" x 13 1/2" and produced between 1880-1890.
The maps show cities, counties, rivers, mountains, railroads lines and other topographical marks of that time period.
The Kansas map states public lands/Indian Territory along the bottom.
The edges of the map have darkened and are brittle with some small tears along the edge...
It is 11 /12" x 14 1/2".
The Kansas map indicates the counties, cities and rivers of the time period.
The St. Louis city map has all the city streets, parks ,rivers, railroads indicated.
Light darkening of the paper and writing in pencil on the edge from prior owner stating the approx year the map was created.
Published by George F.Cram
The maps show the cities, counties, railroads and the population of the time.
It is approx 13" wide and 10 3/4" in length.
There is some yellowing and a small tear along the edge. The Louisiana side has some light foxing at the bottom...
It is 11" x 13 1/2".
The maps indicate the counties, cities, rail roads, lakes, rivers and other topographical marks of that time period.
The edges are darkened and there is some foxing...
It was engraved and printed by the Matthews-Northrup Co Copyright 1899.
It is 21 1/2" wide and 13 3/4" in length.
The edges are darkened, there are some folding creases, a 3/4" tear on the left edge and a 1/2" tear on the right edge and pinholes along one edge from where it was removed from a book...
It is 11 1/2" x 14 1/2".
The maps show counties, cities, rail roads, rivers, lakes and other topographic marks of that time period.
Good condition with some darkening and writing in pencil from the prior owner stating the approx age of the map and other state on the reverse side.
Nice bright colors.
No publisher information.
The map was most likely removed from a book of maps.
It is 11 1/2" x 14 1/2".
There is writing in pencil along the edge that states the map is 1893 earlier than 1900. The edges are darkened.
This map has excellent bright coloring and detail and lists the counties and chief cities by population of the time.
Overall good condition.