All items sell "As Is Where Is" with no guarantees or warranties. All merchandise must be settled for with cash, good check, Visa, MC before removing from premises and by conclusion after settlemention of auction. All merchandise to be removed from premises by conclusion of auction. Lost or stolen merchandise left after the auction for later pickup is solely the responsibility of the buyer. 10% Buyers Premium. All buyers register with photo ID. Arizona & Local Sales tax will be charged if applicable. Tax exempt buyers must bring a copy of their tax certificate if your certificate is not already on file with Auctioneer. Long arm gun buyers must be a resident of Arizona and 18 years of age. Auctioneer acts only as agent between buyer & Seller. All announcemnents sale day take precedence over all printed material. Auctioneer reserves the right to deny a bidding number or not to accept bids from anyone they so choose.
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Native American Art- jewelry- Tommy Singer jewelry, drums, Saddles-bits-spurs, gold & silver coins, ancient coins, elk & deer horns, U.S. Cavalry items, Kachina dolls, new western boots, diamond & turquoise jewelry, toys, guns
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ITEMS 2 to 20 * * JEWELRY * * COINS * * ART ITEMS 21 - 40 * * RAILROAD ITEMS * * WESTERN MEMORIBILIA * * JEWELRY * * ANTIQUES ITEMS 41 - 60 ELK HORNS * * WESTERN ART 7 FURNITURE * * JEWELRY * * WINCHESTER MODEL 97 ITEMS 61 TO 80 * * WESTERN PRINTS * * INDIAN ARTIFACTS * * KACHINAS * * DUCKS UNLIMITED ITEMS 81 - 100 * * CAVALRY BITS * * SADDLES * * NEW BOOTS * * WESTERN DISHES & LAMPS * * ROY ROGERS COOKIE JAR * * ANTIQUES * * TOMMY SINGER JEWELRY iTEMS 101 - 120B VINTAGE TURQLUOISE JEWELRY * * BITS & SPURS * * COLLECTBLES ** CHAPS ITEMS 121 - 141 * *INDIAN HEAD DRESS * * HORSESHOE FURNITURE * * ANCIENT COINS & MERCURY DIMES * * SHOTGUNS * * ANTIQUE FlOORLAMP ITEMS 142 - 162 * * KACHINA DOLLS * * BOLO TIES * * ART * * JEWELLRY ITEMS 163 TO INFINITY * * PEACOCK FEATHERS * * WEED WHIP * * GRILLS * * MOVEABLE CACTUS