Cowan's Auctions

As one of the nation’s leading auction houses with sales approaching $20 million, Cowan’s has been helping individuals and institutions build important collections for more than a decade. The company has seven divisions consisting of American History, American Indian and Western Art, American and European Fine and Decorative Art, Historic Firearms & Early Militaria, Asian Art, Ceramics, and Jewellery.

Throughout the year Cowan's Auctions holds major consignment auctions, each supported by a full colour catalogue that is sent to buyers throughout the United States and Canada. An internet-only version typically attracts buyers from South America, Europe, the Middle East, and Japan. More than 1,000 bidders usually participate in each sale.

Cowan's provides complete insurance and free storage for your consigned items. Their service includes all photography, advertising and catalogue preparation of the items that are consigned to them.

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Indonesian Carved Deer and Buffalo Heads
Indonesian Carved Deer and Buffalo Heads Lot of 2, includes a wooden deer head painted in white, gray, and black, 14 in. x 12 in.; AND a wooden buffalo head painted in a similar palette, 10 in. x 11 in. Cowan's Auctions
J. P. Nash (American/Ohio - 1900-1955) Landscape Prints
J. P. Nash (American/Ohio - 1900-1955) Landscape Prints Lot of two; Cathedral View of the Tetons and Ski Trail in the Tetons, screenprint on cream colored paper, each signed l.r. and titled l.l.; each approx. 5.25 x 6.25 in. Excellent condition. Cowan's Auctions
* Rare Japanese Type 35 Experimental Rifle
7.7mm caliber, 32 barrel, no serial number. Chrysanthemum is intact, no import marks. According to Fred L. Honeycutt, Jr. and F. Patt Anthony, "One variation of the Type 35 rifle has been encountered that appears to have been an original prototype. The arm is composed of Type 30 components on a Type 35 action. The action is obviously a Type 35 experimental as it lacks provisions for a dustcover and does not have a serial number. The action is stamped with the Tokyo Arsenal symbol, and action components are matched by a three digit number located under the receiver. Of particular significance is the lack of a lip at the barrel-receiver interface. The lip was required on Type 35 rifles to retain the special handguard which extended to the receiver location, rather than stopping forward of the rear sight as was done on the Type 30 rifle" (2001: 34)." Cowan's Auctions
1857 Enlisted Artillery Helmet to Field Artillery Regiment No. 1
black leather helmet with brass trim, Prussian front plate and ball ornament on a cruciform base. Complete with large size national and state cockades and brass chin scales. Interior has leather liner. Dated 1867 on the rear visor. Cowan's Auctions
Early Ebony Handled Dirk, with expanded end cross-form steel quillon
Early Ebony Handled Dirk, with expanded end cross-form steel quillon, double-edged 4.5" blade with stylized floral scrollwork on ricasso and blade; tapering ebony 1-piece grip with carved rayed end; total length 8.6".Ex First People's Museum of the American Indian and Eskimo.Slight pitting and tiny chips to grip, VG. Cowan's Auctions

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Cowan's Auctions, Inc.
6270 Este Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45232

Telephone: +1-513-871-1670
Fax: +1-513-871-8670
email - info@cowans.com
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