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Moche Standing Warrior Vessel with Realistic Face: Ex Marschall
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1365728
1365728


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$1,865.00 

This attractive piece is a Moche standing warrior that is Moche IV Period, circa 400-600 A.D. This intact piece is approximately 8.9 inches high, and is a full portrait figurine that is seen standing with both arms seen at the front. This piece has an attractive light orange-red glaze that is seen over a buff terracotta, and is a type known as a "stirrup-vessel", as it has a orange-red "stirrup-handle" seen at the back. The standing warrior has a very realistic face with engaging open eyes,... Click for details

Extremely Rare Taino Stone Ceremonial Ballgame Ball
Pre-Columbian : Costa Rica Pre AD 1000: item #1364438
1364438


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This extremely rare ceremonial stone ball is attributed to the Taino culture, and dates circa 1100-1250 A.D. This piece is approximately 5.3 inches in diameter, and is a perfect sphere. This piece is a hard sandstone that is native to the Caribbean region where the Taino culture dwelled, and there also have been many ceremonial ball-courts found in Puerto Rico, where the Mesoamerican ballgame was played with a rubber ball. The piece offered here may have been from this region of the... Click for details

Exceptional & Vibrant Large Mayan Plate with God K: Ex Ferdinand Anton
Pre-Columbian : Mayan Territories Pre AD 1000: item #1358352
1358352


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This exceptional Mayan plate has a great deal of eye appeal, and dates circa 600-700 A.D. This large example is approximately 12.75 inches in diameter, by 3.25 inches high, and is intact with no repair/restoration. This attractive piece has a polychrome glaze on the upper inner surfaces that is seen with very vibrant orange, black, white, and light red colors. This piece also has some attractive minute root marking and some spotty black mineral deposits. The bottom side of the plate is a... Click for details

Brilliant Aztec/Mixtec Pedestal Bowl with Wind God Motif: Ex F. Anton
Pre-Columbian : Mexico Pre AD 1000: item #1358083
1358083


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$1,865.00. 

This brilliant colored piece is an Aztec/Mixtec pedestal bowl that dates circa 1300-1421 A.D. This piece is approximately 5.25 inches high, by 7.2 inches in diameter at the upper rim. This piece is also classified as being of the "Mixteca-Puebla Style", and is also labeled as "Eastern Nahua". This piece is glazed on the inner bowl and the outer surfaces, except for the underneath section of the raised base which is a light tan terracotta. This attractive piece has a brilliant dark red glaze... Click for details

X-Rare & Mint Quaity Moche Erotic Vessel with Woman & Spirit Figure
Pre-Columbian : Peru and Bolivia Pre AD 1000: item #1352271
1352271


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$8,675.00 

This extremely rare ceramic is a Moche culture piece that dates to the Moche Period IV, circa 400-600 A.D. This erotic piece is approximately 8 inches high, by 7.8 inches wide, and is in intact mint quality condition with no repair/restoration. This piece also has superb surfaces with some attractive spotty dark black deposits, and some dark brown burnishing. This piece is a Moche "stirrup type" vessel, and has a dark red spout, along with two attached figures that is a seated woman wearing a... Click for details

Rare and Esoteric Olmec Seated Duck Poison Bottle: Ex Ferdinand Anton
Pre-Columbian : Mexico Pre AD 1000: item #1351887
1351887


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$1,675.00 

This rare and esoteric piece is an Olmec seated duck poison bottle that dates circa 1100-800 B.C. This vessel is attributed to the Las Bocas region of Mexico, and is approximately 2.4 inches high. This piece has an attractive lustrous black glaze, along with some spotty light brown burnishing that is seen on all of the outer surfaces of the vessel. This piece is also intact, and has no repair/restoration. This piece is also in the form of a hollow container, as the top of the head has an... Click for details

Colima Archaic Warrior Whistle Holding a Club! 200 BC!
Pre-Columbian : Mexico Pre AD 1000: item #1346172
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Colima Archaic Warrior holding a club-Standing in a fluid motion-like filled position with arms raised at the ready at the ready holding a club. A spread feather –like attachment is strapped to the back with straps that chris cross the chest. Applied donut circular eyes typical of the archaic style. Applied strips form a helmet and chin strap. Buff clay with good deposits. The holes on the back suggests that it may have served as a whistle. 6 Β½ β€œ Height Acquired from Irwin Hearsey in... Click for details

Attractive & Superb Large Mayan Cylinder Vessel with Large Glyph Bands
Pre-Columbian : Mayan Territories Pre AD 1000: item #1345828
1345828


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$4,675.00 

This interesting and attractive Mayan cylinder vessel dates circa 600-900 A.D., and is approximately 9.2 inches high, by 6.4 inches in diameter at the top rim of the vessel, and is a large vessel for the type. This superb piece is also a "Copador" type designed vessel, and refers to the geographic region where the majority of most of these vessels are found, with the "Cop" referring to Copan, and the "ador", referring to El Salvador. This large example also has very large glyph bands that are... Click for details

Superb Olmec Green Stone Seated Shaman Figurine with Jaguar Face
Pre-Columbian : Mexico Pre AD 1000: item #1341167
1341167


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$8,675.00 

This superb Olmec seated figurine dates to the Intermediate Olmec Period, circa 900-600 B.C., and is approximately 3.6 inches high, by 1.9 inches wide, by 1.75 inches deep. This piece is intact, with no repair/restoration, and was carved from a light to dark green serpentine stone. This piece also has some spotty light black to dark green dotted inclusions seen within the stone, and a light brown patina seen in the deep recesses of the figurine. There is also some spotty minute root marking,... Click for details

Mayan Pair of Sacred Carved Longbones with Lord Faces: Ex Zollman
Pre-Columbian : Mayan Territories Pre AD 1000: item #1340583
1340583


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$4,675.00 

These two rare Mayan pieces are two carved longbones that date to the Late Classic Period, circa 600-900 A.D. These pieces are approximately 4.3 and 4.6 inches high, and are approximately 1 inch in diameter at the widest point of each piece. These two pieces are intricately carved, and each feature the profile of a Mayan lord, who is seen wearing large jade earflares and an elaborate headdress. These pieces are also published in "The Face of Ancient America: The Wally and Brenda Zollman... Click for details

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