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February 03, 2024 | 4:00 pm

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Osmond, NE, USA

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THE WINTER RENDEZVOUS AUCTION- THE BEST OF THE OLD WEST

Date: Saturday, February 3, 2024

Location: City Auditorium- Osmond, Nebraska

This catalog is a guide only drawn from sources
we deemed reliable. It is not a guarantee. You
are to rely 100% on your own examination of
every item prior to bidding.
A. Unique Hubley cast iron outboard boat.
B. Cast Iron Roadster toy, marked inside.
C. Cast Iron Sailor Bank.
D. Cast iron bookends.
E. Arcade small pickup truck.
F. Coca Cola knife and watch fob.
G. Coca Cola token and lighter.
H. Dietz King Lantern. American LaFrance Fire
Engine Company.
I. Magic Lantern projector. Electric damaged
and needs repair.
J. Beaded rawhide rattle.
K. Gathering basket with leather straps.
L. Tin Burt Count, NE Lightning Insurance sign.
M. Large old wood toboggan in exc. condition.
Made by J C Higgins for Sears.
N. Railroad Lantern. NY Central. Marked globe
and frame!
O. Fabulous Red Wing Birchleaf Beehive jug,
four gallon, GREAT LABEL.
P. Small Nier-Feuerhand 275 Baby Oil Lantern.
Well marked with marked globe. Very nice.
Q. Dietz No. 2 Delite lantern.
R. Find another of these. Cast metal sign or
implement plate. Large. Schmoller & Mueller,
OMAHA.
S. Contemporary shield.
T. Group of arrows.
U. Beaded vest.
V. Postcard book including 12 “King Girls”.
W. Cast Iron White Elephant bank.
X. Photo/Postcard Album. Great RPPC
examples. Indian Chiefs, towns, livestock,
Scenes include Pilger, Plainview, Winside,
Wayne, West Point, Norfolk and Tilden,
Nebraska plus Stockyards in Omaha.
Y. Very early stave handle gathering basket.
Traces of original paint. Very nice!
Z. Cast Iron Windmill Weight. Rooster. Marked
10 Ft No 2.
AA. Roy Rogers and two Gene Autrey children’s
books.
BB. Choice of comics from the table.
CC. Bundle of early maps.
DD. Bundle of early maps.
EE. Edison Blue Cylinder Records.
FF. Seldom seen cream separator milk bottle.
GG. Very unusual left handed percussion rifle.
About 45 caliber, set triggers, unique carved
wood trigger guard. Antique.
HH. Grant & Lincoln Family framed images.
II. Memories of General Sherman. Vol. 1 & 2.
JJ. US Grant. Vol 1 & 2.
KK. Unique pill box with a ladies portrait.
LL. Pair of old tools.
MM. Big Ben and Union Leader tobacco tins.
Exc. condition
NN. Keen Kutter Tin Sign. Nebraska City, NE.
OO. Choice of two ceremonial swords.
PP. Griswold No. 0 skillet. Bottom mark.
QQ. Stetson 7 1/8 4X Beaver in box, never
worn.
RR. 50th Anniversary 1909 Fred Krug Brewing
plate.
SS. 1907 “Buzza” type saying picture. The Good
Indian.
TT. Kestner baby doll. 150 2-0 marked on
head.
UU. Large woven leather handle gathering
basket.
VV. “Perfect” sad iron, marked on handle.
WW. Large fine art piece. Nicely framed.
Winter scene on canvas.
XX. Very large example of a Whimsey. 1908
Date.
YY. Another very large early Whimsey. Beaver
and Rabbit design.
ZZ. Sioux and Pine Ridge Pottery. Pine Ridge
piece is huge, but carries a tight hairline.
AAA. Selection of German flat back cookie
cutters.
BBB. H & R Arms .32 Cal. S & W CTGE Revolver,
original box original oil bottle.
CCC. Early 1900’s Winchester Catalog, No. 82.
DDD. Choice on full ammo boxes. 380 Colt
Auto and Winchester 38 Colt New Police.
EEE. Fancy horn design desk accessory.
FFF. Gold scale in wooden case.
GGG. Winchester boxed set. Junior
Trapshooting Outfit. Contains a Model 20 .410,
trap thrower, Score Sheet, Instructions, Oil,
Grease. Seldom seen. Paperwork required.
HHH. Old set of spurs with marked straps,
Newberry, Alliance, NE. Rare.
III. Fancy Prison Made bit.
JJJ. Bone handle Civil War era Bleeder tool.
KKK. Colt Lightning Rifle. 44 Caliber Saddle
Ring. Antique.
LLL. Old two piece empty shell box. Rem/UMC
44 Colt.
MMM. Kent Single Edge Razor Display with
blades.
NNN. Multi color braided horse hair quirt.
OOO. Amber and Sterling Silver Cigar Tip with
leather case.
PPP. Marx Brothers Saddlery, Omaha 1894
receipt.
QQQ. Early Wyeth’s Saddlery Catalog, St. Joe.
RRR. Brass rosettes with kittens.
SSS. Metal pipe tomahawk head.
TTT. 1877 hard cover book, Rural Affairs.
UUU. Early Winchester Target. Advertises
Model 1890, 1904, & 1906 on reverse.
VVV. Fancy cowboy or cowgirl belt.
WWW. Postcard. US Marshall in wooly chaps.
XXX. Duhamel Saddles leather watch fob.
YYY. Pipestone pipe with a color decorated
stem.
ZZZ. Case brand Hoof Knife.
1. Rawhide handle stone war club.
2. Decorative club with beaded handle.
3. Stone club with rawhide handle and beading.
4. Rawhide wrapped handle war club.
5. Painted hide quiver.
6. War Club. Fully beaded handle and
horsehair drop.
7. Frame of nine exceptional stone points. We
will sell choice.
8. Rare bone fishhook. 2” drilled with hole.
9. Banded slate Bird Stone. Great artifact
seldom seen in Nebraska.
10. Frame of 3 stone artifacts. Tang knife, awl,
and Dalton Point. One bid buys all.
11. Plains leather doll. Partially beaded. 11”.
12. 12” Dog and Pheasent figurine. 1940’s to
‘50’s. Still in nice condition.
13. Beaded turtle fetish. 6.5”.
14. Beaded buffalo fetish. 4.5”.
15. Dart with steel point.
16. Small model of a bark canoe.
17. Horn end dance wand.
18. Stone head war club with beaded and
tacked handle and a horsehair drop.
19. Decorative dance rattle.
20. Fancy pipe with antler bowl and leather
wrapped stem.
21. Very rare Whittneyville/Kennedy CT lever
action .44 rifle 13 round magazine. Only about
15,000 produced over all variations.
22. Minneapolis Moline pocket knife and early
letter opener.
23. Edward Maynar single shot rifle. About 40
caliber. Lever break. Pat. 1851. Great wood!
23A. Cowboy bathtub, cast legs.
23B. Choice on a pair of fancy oil lanterns.
23C. Budweiser self framed sign, Attack on the
Overland Stage.
23D. August Schell’s Brewing, New Ulm, MN
ashtray.
23E. Old stove pipe hat.
23F. Pair of handcuffs with key.
23G. 1878 Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe RR
document.
23H. Fisk Tires 1926 Calendar. Too Cute!
23I. Rare Yellowstone Pepper Can. Paxton and
Gallagher, Omaha.
23J. RR Express Agency marked holster.
24. 12 hole candle mold.
25. Wooden coffee grinder.
26. Wall mounted salt box.
27. Pointing Dog tip trays.
28. Cream and green stoneware pitcher.
29. String of red/black/white Chevron beads.
30. Lizard decorated club.
31. Leather wrapped dance rattle.
32. Long handle leather wrapped war club.
33. Turtle shell rattle.
34. Decorated leather shield.
35. Country Store box, Dovetail. Best Gloss
Starch. Good label.
36. Wallace China, Westward Ho 13” Rodeo
Platter.
37. Large Herring tin, Holland Brand, Fish
graphics.
38. Fabulous Victorian Calendar. 1899.
Graphics of women.
39. Cast iron tray with a Mountain Lion or
Puma.
40. Cast Iron flag holder marked Annin, NY.
41. SW Silver and Turquoise bracelet cuff,
marked.
42. SW Silver and Shell bracelet cuff marked.
43. Fancy silverwork on a SW bracelet cuff.
44. SW Silver cuff bracelet. Fancy silver work,
marked.
44A. Five ounce .999 pure silver bar in handgun
form.
44B. Choice (6) assorted .999 pure silver rounds
with western themes.
45. Decorative wood drum.
46. Bone and stone club.
47. Dance rattle.
48. Tack handle dance rattle.
49. Wood and leather decorated drum.
50. Large African beadwork panel.
51. Bracelet crafted from Buffalo nickels.
52. Buffalo hide scale.
53. Two Baking Powder tins.
54. Advertising openers.
55. Western advertising bowl. E. E. Sedlacek
advertising. Line on side.
56. Fancy leather tooled purse.
57. A good one! Winchester 1894 Saddle Ring
Carbine. Great bore, 100% right. Deluxe wood.
Built in 1923. Papers required.
58. Fancy tooled holster. Marked Heiser,
Denver 721 on leather and on button.
59. North & Judd Anchor mark cowboy spurs.
Strong mark. Nice leathers with heart buttons.
60. Buffalo Bill metal statue. We are told they
were sold as souvenirs at the Wild West Show.
61. E C Simmons Keen Kutter advertising box.
62. The Frontier Years by L A Hoffman,
Photographer of the Plains. Then choice of
books off table 62 to follow.
63. Very large oak cased Craftsman Tap and Die
set. Complete. No. 5126.
64. Dutch Boy and Girl Stoneware pitcher. This
one was made by Red Wing.
65. Dietz Lantern. Marked globe. They left
America in 1956 because of rural electrification.
Moved to Hong Kong.
66. Large 4 # Bail Handle coffee tin. These are
rare. Great graphics. Western Grocer Mills,
Marshalltown, Iowa.
67. Hand forged broad axe with a hand built
handle. Forged in two halves. Great
touchmark.
68. Large oval wood bowl. Very heavy example.
Crafted from hardwood.
69. Choice of necklaces.
70. Blue and white swirl graniteware bucket.
71. Large African beadwork panel.
72. Two piece wooden flute in hide case.
73. Small beaded tobacco bag in mount.
74. Ryker mount of bone artifacts.
75. Pair of ashtrays. One with the Winchester
rider.
76. Pair of horse drawn toys.
77. Pair of early toys with horses.
78. Early Red Rooster Supply Company catalog.
Grand Island. Phone 180
79. Five new Ryker Mounts.
80.
81. Woven basket. Unknown origin, but great
quality.
82. Fine quality oval stone bracelet. Secure
clasp. Stones are in 925 Sterling mounts.
83. Necklace. Disc beads. Soapstone drop.
Well made.
84. The legendary Winchester print of the
galloping rifleman. Period gold frame.
85. Elgin National Watch Company. Fancy dial,
open face 15 jewel pocket watch. Adjustable,
sweep second hand, Based on serial number of
the movement, our research shows 1925
production. The watch is functional.
86. Fabulous Falstaff Beer advertising print.
Cowboys at chuck wagon sharing a beer. Seven
hands in camp, three on night watch. Great
detail. Nicely framed. Falstaff Beer story of
famous brands on the reverse.
87. Very early hand potato planter. Exc.
88. Standard Oil Co. Harness Oil Tin.
89. Oak and metal hall hat rack.
90. Full bodied horse from a weather vane.
91. Large African beadwork panel.
92. Northern Pacific Railroad watch. Needs
work.
93. Selection of railroad items from the table.
Choice.
94. Oregon Pacific Eastern watch fob.
95. H & B Crackerjack Little League bat.
96. Woven sewing box.
97. Three yardsticks. Osmond Skelly, Skelly
Distributor and West Hodson.
98. More yardsticks. Wallis Tractors, IHC
square, Radio Produce, Norfolk.
99. More yardsticks. Hesse’s IH, Bee Hive
Tavern, Pierce.
100. Osmond advertising. Chick’s Grocery,
Farmers Lumber, and Goelters Store.
101. Large African beadwork panel.
102. Two Coke ice picks.
103. Bear skin quiver with a beaded top.
103A. Harpham Brothers well marked high back
western saddle. No. 101.
103A. Roller stand for the previous saddle.
103B. Harphem Brothers marked leather
satchel. Early 1900’s.
103C. Selection of books on the table. Selling
choice.
103D. Last of the Buffalo. Fine art print nicely
framed.
104. Choice on a pair of elk antlers.
105. Necklace with decorative cross.
106.Black Hills Country powder-horn. Dakota
maps, rivers, and wildlife are featured.
107. Choice on a collection of many baskets.
108. Small axe with sheath. Touchmark.
109. Choice on a pair of frontier necklaces.
110. Hudson Bay Company pinback.
111. Large African beaded panel.
112. Portion of a beaded dance outfit.
113. Floral beaded vest.
114. Contemporary beaded pipe bag.
115. Contemporary beaded pipe bag.
116. Elk skin fringed pants.
117. Unique woven bag.
117A. CI Bank. Hubley Mechanical. Pat. 7-23-
1883. Nice!
117B. CI McCormick Deering Threshing
Machine. Arcade Mfg.
117C. Old stock tobacco store boxes. Dan Patch
& Ojibwa.
117D. Empty Hopalong Cassidy Cowboy Boots
box.
117E. Northern Pacific Railroad pyro wood
mirror set.
117F. CI Skillet set. Two are marked Griswold.
117G. Fancy countertop advertising display for
John Adams Cigars.
117H. Early 1900’s Stockyard promo piece. It is
part real photo and part artwork. Unusual.
117I. Twelve hole candle mold.
117J. Early pair of wooly chaps.
117K. Early pair of leather chaps.
117L. Horse blanket.
117M. Pony saddle with tapaderos.
117N. Cowboy bathtup with original paint.
117O. Old child’s decorated moccasins or
boots. High tops.
117P. Civil War canteen.
117Q. Horn rack.
117R. Great old bells on an oak stand.
118. Older Western leather stack handle knife
with sheath.
119. SW style basket. Great rim, tight weave.
120. Fancy silver inlaid spurs. Decorated
buttons and shanks. 12 pt. rowels. No makers
mark found.
121. Military hat. We think French…you do the
research.
122. Modern spurs. Great leathers. Put em to
work. Available yet today for about $75.
123. Ball Perfect Mason Fruit Jar. Two quart.
Graduated measure on side for pints & cups.
124. Signed decoy. Nicely done. Glass eyes.
125. Heavy resin like stature. Cowboy on a
Bronc.
126. Hummer CI windmill weight.
127. Red Wing Cherry Band pitcher. Nice deep
relief.
128. Unusual wood ammo box. American Eagle
12 ga.
129. Polar Star Blanket.
130. Embry Air Pilot No. 2 Barn Lantern. Exc.
condition. No dings or tank dents.
131. Nice old hanging feed scale. Complete.
132. We have similar tools for grass seed
harvesting. This tool from Wisconsin was used
to harvest cranberries from a bog.
133. The best and oldest Towle’s Log Cabin
Syrup tin we have ever seen. Very early, 12 oz
table size with lid.
134. Old rooster weather vane on a stand.
135. Interesting subject matter. Ltd. Edition
artist signed print of a Threshing Crew. It’s
called “Steam Threshing” Fancy frame & mats.
136. Lincoln Telephone and Telegraph oak wall
phone. Guts inside, no battery.
137. Book. Ten Years a Cowboy by CC Post.
Excellent condition.
138. Selection of harness buckles. Several are
signed.
139. Two very early wrenches. A Saxton and a
Dexter Queen Pocket Wrench.
140. Fancy silver mounted spurs. Decorated
buttons. Quality engraving, good straps.
141. Huge weaving. Ultra bright colors and bird
design. A lot of work went into weaving this.
142. Decoy. Nice details, glass eyes.
143. Pair of ash trays. One metal cowboy hat
form. The other “Fabulous Las Vegas” with a
working roulette wheel base.
144. All five for one bid. SW style ladies rings.
145. Country Store countertop sales/display jar.
145A. Six giant three cent cowboy postcards.
Mint.
145B. Remington statue. Wolly Chap.
145C. 1920’s postcards. Belle Fourche Rodeo
Tri State Roundup.
146. Pipestone pipe with sumac stem.
147. Field dressing bone saw kit.
148. Powder horn.
149. Medicine pouch necklace.
150. 1938 Witney Point Blanket. Made in
England. Four bars.
151. (2) antique jars. 1858 Mason and
McDonalds New Perfect 1908.
152. Ephemera collection. South Omaha
Stockyards, 1889 Fair in Pella, IA., plus more
unique paper.
153. Rock ladies necklace with a good look.
154. Polished stone necklace with matching
bracelet.
155. Old brass lock and key.
156. Spurs with leathers. Leathers marked
Weaver.
157. Oil Painting. Indian Trading Post. 18” X
24” unframed. Signed J Yellowhair.
158. Jack Daniels Gentleman’s playing cards
and tin.
159. Indian stone pipe. Bird effigy. 5 inches.
160. Polished discodial. Double cupped. 2.5
inches tall X 3” diameter. Also known as a
chunky game stone.
161. Scarce small book. Thistle’s Pow Wow.
1948. 1st Edition.
162. Out of print boo. How Beautiful the Land
of my Forefathers. 1943. Eunice Stabler (La-ta we-sah)
162A. Fossilized egg. In sandstone matrix. Said
to be a dionosaur egg from Mongolia.
163. Unmarked cowboy spurs.
164. Sports Illustrated magazine, 11/15/1954.
This is the swimsuit issue for ducks. Framed it
would make nice art.
165. Very odd primitive candle holder.
Adjustible with a basin to catch wax.
166. Heavy primitive candle holder. Hang on
the wall or carry around.
167. Butter mold.
168. Rare wooden press. Maybe lemon or
garlic?
169. TBA.
170. Southwest Style Basket.
171. SW basket. Tight rim, great weave.
172. Tanned deer skin with artwork from the
South Dakota Prison.
173. Hudson Bay style fringed throw and camp
blanket.
174. Decorated leather shoulder bag.
175. (10) tanned rabbit hides and a rabbit fur
cap.
176. Reproduction pipe tomahawk.
177. (3) Tanned hides with artwork by Paha Ska.
178. Two mens shirts from made to period
style.
179. Men’s Elk hide pants.
180. Early Mission look open oak bookcase
181. Four hole candle mold.
182. About 1955. Baby Ruth Candy Box store
display promoting Tales of the Texas Ranges and
a NOS kids hankie.
183. Volcanic rock mortar and pestal.
184. Large format 1919 SD license plate.
185. Almost new. (3)50# flour sacks labeled
Donated by the People of the United States.
186. (3) contemporary signed Native prints.
Quality frames. One bid buys It all.
187. Griswold No. 8 Waffle Maker.
188. Heavy Griswold bottom signed 11 1/4
inch skillet.
189. It’s plain, it’s white. Very large, very heavy,
It could serve a lot of cowboys.
190. Camp hand saw with sheath. The Pioneer
Co., Boise, ID.
191. License plate topper. Goodrich Silvertown
Tires.
192. Small size berry bucket with lid in grey
enamel.
193. Find another one of these! Countertop
display, K & R Countrymaid Sliced Dried Beef
from Hastings, NE.
194. Well marked Griswold Crispy Corn Stick
Pan.
195. Graniteware bail handle Berry Bucket.
Have you seen one in brown?
196. Watt Star Flower #15 pitcher.
197. Someone needs it. Watt Apple lid.
198. Big Watt Star Flower pitcher, #17.
199. Little Dietz Comet oil lantern.
200. Signed western statue. Nicely done.
201. Country store wood stave bucket. Elf
Cutlets in Wine Sauce.
202. Empty boot box for Rodea Boots.
203. Six original cowgirl prints. Mint. Early
1900’s.
204. Nice string of old sleigh bells.
205. 16 lead soldiers, vehicles, and cowboys.
206. Graniteware brown milk pail. 12 quart
liquid.
207. Men’s fringed leather vest.
208. Early 1900’s racoon skin coat, factory
made.
209. Book. Thirty One Years on the Plains and
Mountains. Exc. Condition.
210. Wahoo, NE License Plate topper.
211. Pair of mismatch spurs. Both very old.
212. Ancient granite loaf pan. Hand pieced.
Very early.
213. Book. Edward S. Curtiss. Visions of First
American
214. Old axe head with a great touchmark.
215. Best advertising box we have seen in
years! 1906. Sage Brush Hair Tonic, Co.
Shoshone, ID. Dove tailed. Some original
bottles inside.
216. Greatest of the advertising boxes. Iconic
art of a cowboy watering his horse from
canteen and pouring it into a Stetson Hat.
217. Drift wood handle cork screw.
218. Old bars of soap. 100% original.
219. Antique metal pot scrubber.
220-229. Not issued.
230. Antique cow bell.
231. 10# Blue Hill coffee tin w/ bail handle.
232. Small hinged lid grey enamel coffee pot.
233. Pair of heavy petrified wood bookends.
234. Griswold #949 muffin tin.
235. Long Horn watch fob.
236. Alladin oil lamp with burner.
237. Corn Bread stick pan. Griswold.
238. Very strange grey granite coffee pot.
239. Coca Cola Bottle Carrier. Wood. Great
graphics.
240. Medium size grey graniteware Berry
Bucket with lid and bail handle.
241. Triumph Hand Corn Planter. Great yellow
color and graphics.
242. Unusual graniteware bucket with lid.
243. – 249. Not issued..
250. Western leather stack handle knife with
leather sheath.
251. Finely detailed turquoise and Sterling belt
buckle.
252. L.L. Bean full length ladies winter coat.
253. Two giant pcs cream and green
graniteware. Green handle soup kettle and
large rectangular basin.
254. Huge set clay poker chips. Rules and
playing cards in fancy metal case. Very heavy.
255. Set of (9) barrel stave stoneware mugs.
256. Green granite milk pail. Wood handle and
lid.
257. Metal still bank with Indian Chief design.
258. Seaweed design yelloware bowl. Just a
nice object.
259. Granite lidded coffee pot. Seldom seen in
this color.
260. Postville, Iowa advertising match box
holder.
261. Antique duck decoy with glass eye and
weight.
262. Large long tail horse weather vane on
stand.
263. Predates the Nazi’s. This blue and white
stoneware pitcher carries an Indian Good Luck
Symbol…not a Swastika.
264. Red Wing advertising beater jar. This one
from the Southern Minnesota town of Wells.
265. Huge Red Wing banded bowl. Great
condition.
266. We seldom see these any more. Cast Iron
Blasting Wedge for splitting large logs.
267. Candle mold.
268. Unique hand basin pump.
269. Odd little tin measure. ½ Quart Liquid.
270. Lightning rod on stand. Unique Crown
Point with red LRB.
271. Pair of well marked pulley’s.
272. Kingscrost Northrup King seed corn sack.
273. NOS Dietz Little Wizard lantern with
papers.
274. Coca Cola 12 bottle carry rack.
275. 5 inch banded stoneware bowl.
276. Yelloware bowl with maroon glaze.
277. Watt Spaghetti Plate.
278. Watt Star Flower Bowl #64.
279. Watt #6 Rooster Bowl with cheese
company advertising.
280. Country Store tin for Reed’s Butterscotch
Wafers.
281. European vase with unique ear corn motif.
282. Watt #8 Apple bowl.
283. Watt two leaf apple No. 63.
284. Watt two leaf apple No. 6
285. Black Bear Beverages marked wood box
with bottles. Each bottle has three bear images.
286. Cream can. Super clean inside and out.
You could cook in this one.
287. Enterprise Sausage Stuffer, parts are
inside.
288. Champion CI Implement Seat. Nice!
289. Unmarked CI Implement Seat, also nice!
290. We believe a very early truck or auto horn.
291. Fancy twig magazine rack.
292. Oak and metal wall hat rack.
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