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History of American Tribes   Prints After Charles Bird King

History of American Tribes Prints After Charles Bird King

Auction:
3113T
Auction:
American Indian & Ethnographic Arts - Jul 02, 2018
Lot:
1233
Unsold
 

History of American Tribes Prints After Charles Bird King, two framed lithographs, Rant-Che-Wai-Me, female flying pigeon, and sha-Ha-Ka, A Mandan chief, printed c. 1837, published by E.C. Biddle, More ...

Cased Piel Craftsmen Ship's Model of the Red Jacket

Cased Piel Craftsmen Ship's Model of the Red Jacket

Auction:
3101T
Auction:
Discovery - May 17, 2018
Lot:
1118
Sold for:
$461$375

Cased Piel Craftsmen Ship's Model of the Red Jacket, Newburyport, Massachusetts, sold with a framed E.C. Biddle print of Red Jacket, and a framed print of the vessel "Red Jacket." More ...

Two Framed Color Lithographs of American Indians

Two Framed Color Lithographs of American Indians

Auction:
2996M
Auction:
Discovery - Mar 23, 2017
Lot:
168
Sold for:
$369$300

Two Framed Color Lithographs of American Indians, Mo-Hon-Go--Osage Woman, published by Key & Biddle, and Red Jacket, Seneca War Chief, published by E.C. Biddle, Philadelphia, 1834, sight sizes to More ...

Two Framed Color Lithographs of American Indians

Two Framed Color Lithographs of American Indians

Auction:
2893B
Auction:
American Indian & Ethnographic Arts - May 06, 2016
Lot:
255
Sold for:
$369$300

Two Framed Color Lithographs of American Indians, c. 1837 and 1836, the first depicting "Moa-NA-Hon-GA," Great Walker, an Ioway chief, published by E.C. Biddle, Philadelphia, the second of "Spring More ...

Two Framed Color Lithographs of American Indians

Two Framed Color Lithographs of American Indians

Auction:
2864T
Auction:
Discovery - Nov 12, 2015
Lot:
1556
Sold for:
$369$300

Two Framed Color Lithographs of American Indians, The Chargers Grand Chief of the Sioux, published by E.C. Biddle, and Amiskquew, a Menominie Warrior, Philadelphia, 1843, largest ht. 17, wd. 12 More ...

Framed Lithograph "Chippeway" Squaw and Child

Framed Lithograph "Chippeway" Squaw and Child

Auction:
2775T
Auction:
Discovery - Jan 08, 2015
Lot:
1110
Sold for:
$123$100

Framed Lithograph "Chippeway" Squaw and Child, 1837, by E.C. Biddle, Philadelphia, image size 16 1/2 x 11 1/4, and a William Auerbach-Levy etching on paper portrait of an elderly man, plate size 9 More ...

McKenney, Thomas Loraine (1785-1859) and James Hall (1793-1868) Ki-On-Twoc-Ky, or Cornplant

McKenney, Thomas Loraine (1785-1859) and James Hall (1793-1868) Ki-On-Twoc-Ky, or Cornplant

Auction:
2730B
Auction:
Books & Manuscripts - May 31, 2014
Lot:
370
Unsold
 

McKenney, Thomas Loraine (1785-1859) and James Hall (1793-1868) Ki-On-Twoc-Ky, or Cornplant. [from] The History of the Indian Tribes of North America. Philadelphia: E.C. Biddle, 1836. Hand-colored More ...

Framed Lithograph "Chippeway" Squaw and Child

Framed Lithograph "Chippeway" Squaw and Child

Auction:
2662M
Auction:
American Indian & Ethnographic Arts - Jun 19, 2013
Lot:
251
Unsold
 

Framed Lithograph "Chippeway" Squaw and Child, 1837, by E.C. Biddle, Philadelphia, image size 16 1/2 x 11 1/4, and a William Auerbach-Levy etching on paper portrait of an elderly man, plate size 9 More ...

E.C. Biddle, publisher (Philadelphia, Early 19th Century)

E.C. Biddle, publisher (Philadelphia, Early 19th Century)

Auction:
2509
Auction:
American Furniture & Decorative Arts - Aug 15, 2010
Lot:
1177
Sold for:
$178$150

E.C. Biddle, publisher (Philadelphia, Early 19th Century) Lot of Two Works: Rant-Che-Wai-Me, Female Flying Pigeon, and Chippeway Squaw & Child, 1837. Identified in inscriptions in the matrix. More ...

Giltwood Framed E.C. Biddle Hand-colored Native American Portrait Lithograph

Giltwood Framed E.C. Biddle Hand-colored Native American Portrait Lithograph

Auction:
2353
Auction:
Discovery - Feb 15, 2007
Lot:
128
Sold for:
$176$150

Giltwood Framed E.C. Biddle Hand-colored Native American Portrait Lithograph, Mo-Hon-Go, Osage Woman, image approx. 16 x 10 1/4 in. More ...