|The picture shows a view of all (16) Small Old Native American Indian Related Items in this lot. There is a variety of items here and only two are dated.|
There is an unused cloth patch with an eagle or bird. Another patch has some mountains and is marked ''PALEFACE - JAY, N.Y.''. There are (2) different pin back buttons that have a mask with a headdress. There is an aluminum metal charm with a Native design and a metal clothing button marked ''CHEROKEE''. There is a nicely enameled pin with an Indian Chief marked ''OKLAHOMA''. Next there is a charm that was probably from a camp. It has a teepee and a canoe marked ''WESTWARD SHORES''.
There is an old celluloid pinback button that has a cartoon Native American Indian making smoke rings. There is a Native American Indian head pin that may be made of celluloid. There is an old magnet (for when car dashboards were metal) that pictures a cartoon Indian and reads ''WE WERE HERE FIRST''. There are (3) advertising wooden nickels. These picture an Indian head and a buffalo. They are from ''SIOUX MOCCASIN SHOPS'' of Harrison & Bridgton, Maine. There is another advertising wooden nickel that pictures an Indian painting. It is marked on the two sides as follows:
THE CHIEF'S PRIVATE NICKEL
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
MINTED IN MAINE 1972
CALEF'S COUNTRY STORE
The last item in this lot is a larger numbered pinback button. It pictures a Native American Idian with a canoe, a hut, moccasins, and the state of Nebraska. It reads as follows:
118th ANNUAL HOMECOMING POW WOW
JULY 26 - 29, 1984
To judge the sizes the larger pin back button measures 2-3/16'' wide. These items appear to range from excellent to mint condition as pictured.