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PAIR OF COLIMA POTTERY DOG FORM CENSERS, PROTO-CLASSIC PERIOD, 100 B.C.- 250 A.D.

MAYAN POLYCHROMED CYLINDER POT, LATE CLASSIC PERIOD, 600800 A.D.

EARLY MOCHICA PAINTED POTTERY STIRRUP VESSEL, PERU, 400-100 B.C.

EARLY MOCHICA GREYWARE FIGURAL STIRRUP VESSEL, 400-100 B.C.

each canine base supporting pierced gourd form chimney with painted decoration, height 10.5" — 26.7 cm.

with bands of glyphs at base and rim, and central register of copulating couples and two ‘sunburst’ medallions with central glyph, and further decoration to interior, condition noted, height 7.3" — 18.5 cm., diameter 7" — 17.8 cm.

of gourd form with lobed body in two colours with burnished finish, condition noted, height 8.75" — 22.2 cm.

modelled as kneeling warrior with club, shield and helmet and with incised detail, height 7.75" — 19.7 cm.

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Ex Collection Alan Lapiner, Sotheby Parke-Bernet Sale 4547Y, Nov. 24, 1981, Lot 277

Sotheby Parke-Bernett, New York, Feb. 25, 1981

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Sotheby Parke-Bernett, New York, Feb. 24, 1981, Lot 85

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Estimate: $500—700 Estimate: $800—1,200

Estimate: $400—600 Estimate: $300—500

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MIDDLE MOCHICA POLYCHROME POTTERY FIGURAL VESSEL WITH STIRRUP SPOUT, 100-500 A.D.

MIDDLE MOCHICA POTTERY STIRRUP SPOUT VESSEL, PERU, 400600 A.D.

MIDDLE MOCHICA POTTERY STIRRUP SPOUTED VESSEL, PERU, 400-600 A.D.

NAYARIT BIRTHING FIGURE, WEST MEXICO, 100 B.C. - 250 A.D.

modelled seated cross legged wrapped in cape and holding satchel, height 7.5" — 19.1 cm.

the globular body with brown painted decoration of running warriors, height 11" — 27.9 cm.

the globular body with red-brown on cream ground painted decoration of anamorphic creatures, condition noted, height 11" — 27.9 cm.

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Sotheby Parke-Bernett, New York, Feb. 25, 1981, Lot 36

Sotheby Parke-Bernett, New York, Feb. 25, 1981

Estimate: $600—800

Note: Additional information available on our website.

height 9.3" — 23.5 cm.

Estimate: $600—800

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Sotheby Parke-Bernett, New York, Feb. 25, 1981

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Label with JAEGER / 54548Y:86 II.25.81 / NAYARIT / BC100 AD250 / EX COLLS / NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER / MUS OF PRIM ART, NY Estimate: $800—1,000

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NAYARIT POTTERY FIGURE OF A DISEASED MALE, PROTO-CLASSIC PERIOD, 100 B.C. - 250 A.D.

TERRA COTTA, SAN JUANITOSTYLE JALISCO MALE FIGURE, MEXICO

CHIMU BLACKWARE POTTERY DOUBLE HANDLED VESSEL, 14001500 A.D.

CHIMU GREYWARE POTTERY DOUBLE BARREL STIRRUP VESSEL, 1250-1470 A.D.

the emaciated body modelled seated, cross legged, blowing into fan, with hole to top of head and black linear paint decoration, condition noted, height 10" — 25.4 cm.

with stylized features, holding a gourd in his right hand and a cup in his left, condition noted, height 13.25" — 33.7 cm.

the spherical body with four relief panels decorated with birds and central frog mask, condition noted, height 9.25" — 23.5 cm.

of moulded construction, the stirrup applied with four frogs, height 7.37" — 18.7 cm.

Provenance: From a Private Collection of PreColumbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Christie’s East Sale 120, Sept. 9, 1980, Lot 171

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Ex Nelson A. Rockefeller Collection, Sotheby Parke-Bernet, Feb. 25, 1981, Lot 85

Estimate: $350—500

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Christie’s East, Sale 120, Sept. 9, 1980, Lot 120

Estimate: $200—300

Estimate: $100—200

Estimate: $1,000—1,500

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CHIMU BLACKWARE POTTERY MONKEY FORM VESSEL, PERU, 1000-1300 A.D.

CHIMU BLACKWARE POTTERY STIRRUP VESSEL, 900-1400 A.D.

CHIMU BLACKWARE POTTERY BRIDGE SPOUT EFFIGY VESSEL, POST CLASSIC PERIOD, 900-1400 A.D.

CHIMU RED POTTERY EFFIGY VESSEL, PERU, 1250-1500 A.D.

modelled seated with one paw on turned head, height 6.5" — 16.5 cm.

the body with band of birds and fish, the spout with mask, height 7.62" — 19.4 cm.

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Sotheby Parke-Bernet, Sale 4547Y, Feb. 24, 1981, Lot 295

Sotheby Parke-Bernet, New York, Sale 4547Y, Feb. 24, 1981, Lot 297.2

Exhibited: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Ceramics of Ancient Peru from the Collection of Bruno J. Wasserman-San Blas, 1938

Exhibited: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Ceramics of Ancient Peru from the Collection of Bruno J. Wasserman-San Blas, 1938

Estimate: $100—200

Note: Additional information available on our website. Estimate: $200—300

of moulded construction, the spherical body to masked neck flanked by additional masks, height 7.9" — 20 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Sotheby Parke-Bernet, New York, Sale 4465Y, Nov. 7 1980, Lot 183 Estimate: $150—250

the spherical body to flaring neck decorated with mask/face, height 8" — 20.3 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Christie’s East, London, Sale 120, Sept. 9, 1980, Lot 173 Estimate: $200—300


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GUANACASTE NICOYA PENINSULA JAGUAR FORM BOWL, 800-1200 A.D.

GUANACASTE NICOYA PENINSULA STANDING MALE FIGURE, 800-1200 A.D.

GUANACASTE NICOYA PENINSULA JAGUAR FORM METATE, 800-1200 A.D.

GROUP OF EIGHT STONE AXE HEADS

pottery with incised decoration, condition noted, 4.3" x 9" — 10.9 x 22.9 cm.

carved in volcanic stone, modelled nude holding baby with left hand and implement in the right, height 10.5" — 26.7 cm.

the ceremonial implement carved in volcanic stone, 5" x 14.2" — 12.7 x 36.1 cm.

longest length 9.7" — 24.6 cm.

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Estimate: $200—300

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Estimate: $75—150

Estimate: $600—800 Estimate: $300—400

21 GROUP OF SIX GUANACASTE POTTERY FIGURES, EARLY CLASSIC PERIOD, 300 B.C. - 300 A.D. three painted figures, together with three rattles, mounted on two acrylic bases Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Christie’s East, Sale 120, Sept. 9, 1980, multiple lots

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GROUP OF FOURTEEN GUANACASTE POTTERY CYLINDRICAL STAMPS, CLASSIC PERIOD, 300 B.C. - 300 A.D.

GROUP OF FOUR LARGE GUANACASTE POTTERY CYLINDRICAL STAMPS, CLASSIC PERIOD, 300 B.C. - 300 A.D.

with various geometric patterns, mounted in pairs on seven acrylic bases, longest length 1.75" — 4.4 cm.

with various geometric patterns, three mounted on acrylic bases, longest length 3.9" — 9.9 cm.

with various geometric patterns, mounted in pairs on five acrylic bases, longest length 2" — 5.1 cm.

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Christie’s East, Sale 120, Sept. 9, 1980, multiple lots

Christie’s East, Sale 120, Sept. 9, 1980, Lot 274

Christie’s East, Sale 120, Sept. 9, 1980, multiple lots

Estimate: $250—350

Estimate: $75—150

Estimate: $150—250

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Estimate: $150—250


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GUANACASTE POTTERY ANIMAL FORM OCARINA, CLASSIC PERIOD, 300 B.C. - 300 A.D.

GROUP OF NINE GUANACASTE ANIMAL FORM OCARINAS AND A WHISTLE, CLASSIC PERIOD, 300 B.C. - 300 A.D.

GROUP OF ELEVEN NICOYA PENINSULA POTTERY OBJECTS, PERIOD IV, 300 B.C. - 300 A.D.

GUANACASTE NICOYA POTTERY JAGUAR FORM INK POT, PERIOD IV, 300 B.C. - 300 A.D.

comprising various zoomorphic forms, all mounted on three acrylic bases, largest height 3.25" — 8.3 cm.

comprising five rattles and six whistles, all mounted on five acrylic stands, longest rattle length 8" — 20.3 cm.

the figure with incised decoration modelled standing on two legs, the abdomen with opening and caked with black ink, height 3.25" — 8.3 cm.

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Christie’s East, London, Sept. 9, 1980, multiple lots

Estimate: $200—300

the creature standing on two legs holding throat, length 4.5" — 11.4 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Christie’s East, Sale 120, Sept. 9, 1980, Lot 277 Estimate: $50—75

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Christie’s East, London, Sale 120, Sept. 9, 1980, Lot 289

Estimate: $200—300 Estimate: $300—400

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GUANACASTE POLYCHROMED POTTERY RATTLING TRIPOD BOWL, LATE CLASSIC PERIOD, 800-1200 A.D.

GROUP OF SIX GUANACASTE ANIMAL FORM OCARINAS, CLASSIC PERIOD, 300 B.C. - 300 A.D.

GROUP OF ELEVEN GUANACASTE POTTERY CYLINDRICAL STAMPS, CLASSIC PERIOD, 300 B.C. - 300 A.D.

TWO EFFIGY BOWLS, POSSIBLY COSTA RICAN

the exterior painted with band of geometric designs and faces, raised on zoomorphic feet, diameter 7" — 17.8 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Phillips, London, Sale 329, Nov. 22 1980, Lot 13

comprising a turtle, crab, shells and bats, all mounted on two acrylic stands, largest height 3" — 7.6 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Christie’s East, London, Sept. 9, 1980, multiple lots

with various geometric patterns, mounted on five acrylic bases, longest length 2" — 5.1 cm.

one in the shape of a dog, the other with humanoid handles and painted designs in red and black, condition noted, largest diameter 5.1" — 13 cm.

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Christie’s East, Sale 120, Sept. 9, 1980, multiple lots

Estimate: $150—250

Estimate: $100—200 Estimate: $150—250

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TWO EFFIGY FIGURES, ONE POSSIBLY JAMA-COAQUE, ECUADOR

TWO SHIPIBO POLYCHROME EFFIGY VESSELS, PERU, 20TH CENTURY

LARGE TAINO PETALOID AXE (CELT)

GROUP OF SEVEN SMALL TAINO PETALOID AXES (CELTS)

length 10.25" — 26 cm.

longest length 3.25" — 8.3 cm.

one with exaggerated facial features, nose ring and both with elaborate decorative headdresses and breastplates, largest height 6.7" — 17 cm.

with moulded facial features, painted in brown and orange geometric patterns, tallest height 6.3" — 16 cm.

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Estimate: $100—200

Estimate: $100—200

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Estimate: $100—200

Note: on acrylic stands Estimate: $300—400

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THREE TAINO PETALOID AXES (CELTS)

TAINO PETALOID AXE (CELT)

TWO TAINO PETALOID AXES (CELTS)

THREE LARGE TAINO PETALOID AXES (CELTS)

longest length 9.3" — 23.6 cm.

longest length 13.12" — 33.3 cm.

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Estimate: $100—200

Estimate: $200—300

stone length 8.75" — 22.2 cm. one with one hollowed side, longest length 7.5" — 19.1 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Estimate: $100—200

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Estimate: $100—200


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TAINO CEREMONIAL AXE

TAINO LIZARD FORM GRINDING STONE (PESTLE)

GROUP OF TEN STONE CARVINGS, POSSIBLY TAINO

ANTHROPOMORPHIC CERAMIC FIGURE, POSSIBLY QUIMBAYA, COLOMBIA

the ovoid body with relief carved top, length 5.3" — 13.5 cm.

Nine carved with crude stylized facial features, one carved with a Toucan, condition noted, largest height 3.9" — 13.5 cm.

with moulded nose, arms and legs and incised facial features, condition noted, length 9.8" — 25 cm.

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Estimate: $200—300

Estimate: $200—300

height 10.5" — 26.7 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Estimate: $200—300

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Estimate: $75—150

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TERRA COTTA FIGURE, POSSIBLY CHANCAY CUCHIMILCO, PERU

STIRRUP SPOUT POTTERY VESSEL, POSSIBLY CHAVIN/CUPISNIQUE, PERU

TWO STONE BEAD STRANDS, POSSIBLY MEZCALA, MEXICO

BLACK-ON-WHITE POTTERY BOWL, POSSIBLY MIMBRES, NEW MEXICO

one with a zoomorphic celt pendant

with interior geometric designs, restored, height 5.4" — 13.8 cm., diameter 10.4" — 26.5 cm.

painted with yellow and puce, height 7.3" — 18.5 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Estimate: $100—200

with incised abstract linear design on a polished dark brown surface, height 8.8" — 22.3 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Estimate: $75—150

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Christie’s East, May 11 1983, Lot 139

Label with METROPOLITAN MUSEUM (Wasserman-San Blas 1938 no.415 Estimate: $300—400

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GROUP OF SIX POTTERY VESSELS INCLUDING EXAMPLES FROM COSTA RICA AND PANAMA

POLYCHROME POTTERY FIGURAL JUG, POSSIBLY CHANCAY

POTTERY BOWL

GROUP OF STONE TOOLS

with incised decorative bands, condition noted, diameter 11.8" — 30 cm.

including an Inca star mace head, a Guanacaste ball mace head, three axes, and two others, longest length 7" — 17.8 cm.

height 9.25" — 23.5 cm. comprising: two three footed pots, an effigy vessel, a footed bowl, a cone shaped pot and a pot fragment, condition noted, tallest height 8.2" — 20.8 cm.

Provenance: From a Private Collection of PreColumbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Collection of PreColumbian Art and Artefacts

Estimate: $350—500 Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Estimate: $75—150 Estimate: $75—150

Estimate: $150—250

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LARGE GROUP OF POTTERY FRAGMENTS

LARGE GROUP OF POTTERY FRAGMENTS

GROUP OF LARGE POTTERY SHARDS

GROUP OF MASK FORM POTTERY FRAGMENTS

each in the form of a head or mask, largest height 4" — 10.2 cm.

including figures and animal forms, longest length 4.75" — 12.1 cm.

longest length 9" — 22.9 cm.

tallest height 2.75" — 7 cm.

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Estimate: $75—150

Estimate: $75—150

Estimate: $100—200

Estimate: $100—200


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GROUP OF POTTERY VESSEL FRAGMENTS

GROUP OF POTTERY WHORLS AND TWO PAINTED WOOD SPINDLES

THREE CUPSTONES

GROUP OF POTTERY AND BONE AMULETS AND FIGURES

largest width 4" — 10.2 cm.

diameter 2" — 5.1 cm.

diameter 3" — 7.6 cm. tallest height 4.5" — 11.4 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Estimate: $75—150

Estimate: $75—150

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GROUP OF STONE CELTS AND CELT FRAGMENTS

GROUP OF EIGHT POTTERY BOWLS AND VESSELS

COCLE PEDESTAL BOWL, PANAMA, 600-800 A.D.

GROUP OF CERAMIC AND STONE CELTS, CELT PENDANTS AND BEADS

one celt pendant with decorative carving, two on acrylic stands, one with a central hole, largest length 6.8" — 17.2 cm.

comprising: a footed vessel painted with lines, a turtle and crude animals in panels, a vessel with moulded animal form handles, a vessel with animal form neck and handles, a three footed vessel, an effigy vessel, the rest plain, largest diameter 5.3" — 13.5 cm.

with flared pedestal base and open work designs, condition noted, 4.3" x 6.7" — 11 x 17 cm.

Estimate: $50—75

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Estimate: $200—300

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Estimate: $300—400

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Estimate: $200—300

Estimate: $50—100 Estimate: $250—350

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TWO AXES WITH STONE HEADS AND WOODEN HANDLES

GROUP OF TWENTY THREE STONE AND FOSSILIZED CORAL SPHERES, TOOLS AND FRAGMENTS

GROUP OF SIX POTTERY VESSELS

GROUP OF FOUR POTTERY VESSELS AND BOWLS

length 12.7" — 32.2 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Estimate: $100—200

condition noted, largest length 13.2" — 33.5 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

comprising: three effigy vessels, a bowl with molded monkey form handles and incised lines, a cone shaped vessel and a three footed vessel, height 6.9" — 17.5 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Estimate: $200—300

comprising: two rattle leg tripod vessels, a polychrome bowl and a polychrome bird form vessel, condition noted, tallest height 8.3" — 21 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Estimate: $300—400 Estimate: $200—300

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GROUP OF POTTERY SHARDS, STONE CARVINGS, TOOLS AND BEADS

GROUP OF SEVEN STAMP SEALS

GROUP OF THREE POTTERY VESSELS

GROUP OF EIGHT POTTERY OBJECTS

of animal form with incised decoration, mounted on acrylic stand, condition noted, largest length 2.6" — 6.5 cm.

comprising: two shards with zoomorphic features mounted on an acrylic stand, one figure and one whistle mounted on an acrylic stand, one zoomorphic figure, three seals mounted on two acrylic stands, condition noted, tallest height 2.7" — 6.8 cm.

condition noted, largest length 5.1" — 13 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

mounted on two acrylic stands, one unmounted, condition noted, largest length 2.4" — 6 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Estimate: $100—200

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Estimate: $200—300 Estimate: $100—200

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Estimate: $100—200


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GROUP OF ELEVEN POTTERY FRAGMENTS

GROUP OF TWENTY-ONE POTTERY FRAGMENTS

LARGE GROUP OF STONE SCULPTURES AND TOOLS

GROUP OF ELEVEN STONE SCULPTURES AND TOOLS

various cultures, condition noted, largest length 4.1" — 10.5 cm.

various cultures, condition noted, largest length 3.5" — 9 cm.

various cultures, largest length 8.3" — 21 cm.

possibly Taino, length 12.2" — 31 cm.

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Estimate: $100—200

Estimate: $150—250

Estimate: $250—350

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GROUP OF THREE POTTERY VESSELS

GROUP OF ELEVEN CHANCAY TYPE FABRIC DOLLS, 20TH CENTURY

GROUP OF ELEVEN CHANCAY TYPE FABRIC DOLLS, 20TH CENTURY

GROUP OF ELEVEN CHANCAY TYPE FABRIC DOLLS, 20TH CENTURY

height 9.4" — 24 cm.

height 9.4" — 24 cm.

height 9.4" — 24 cm.

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Estimate: $200—300

Estimate: $200—300

Estimate: $200—300

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Estimate: $250—350

comprising two Moche portrait stirrup vessels and a feminine form footed vessel, length 10.4" — 26.5 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Collection labels on Moche stirrup vessels, JAEGER label Estimate: $300—400


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GROUP OF ELEVEN CHANCAY TYPE FABRIC DOLLS, 20TH CENTURY

GROUP OF ELEVEN CHANCAY TYPE FABRIC DOLLS, 20TH CENTURY

GROUP OF ELEVEN CHANCAY TYPE FABRIC DOLLS, 20TH CENTURY

height 9.4" — 24 cm.

height 9.4" — 24 cm.

height 9.4" — 24 cm.

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

with six single dolls and five hanging doll groups

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts

Estimate: $200—300

Estimate: $200—300

Estimate: $200—300

GROUP OF ELEVEN CHANCAY TYPE FABRIC DOLLS, 20TH CENTURY

Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Estimate: $200—300

89 TWO CARVED WOOD OBJECTS comprising: a small vessel with two stylized jaguars and a Chancay loom post fragment with figural surmount, condition noted, length 19.5" — 49.5 cm. Provenance: From a Private Montreal Collection of Pre-Columbian Art and Artefacts Sotheby Parke-Bernett, New York, Feb. 25, 1981 Estimate: $200—300

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