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It was published in hisTunison's Peerless Universal Atlas of the World, 1901 enlarged edition, a copy of the title page is included for authenticity. ... moreThere is text or another map is printed on reverse.
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The map isStanford's London Atlas of Universal Geography, published by Edward Stanford, 55 Charing Cross, London, 1885. The publishing details are in ... morethe bottom margin. A copy of the title page is included for authenticity.
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And "who were the earliest inhabitants?". We know that the Vikings preceded Christopher Columbus to the New World by 500 years. But why did they abandon ... moretheir Newfoundland colony?. Mysteries like these are probed, and the answers sought in chapters that approach ancient history topically.
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PENDE (BAPENDE, PHENBE, PINDI, PINJI). Pende masks are among the most dramatic works of all African art. Neck pendants carved by the Kwilu Pende as tiny ... morereplicas of masks must be placed among the most exquisite examples of African micro-sculpture.
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Date of issue: 1850. THIS IS AN ORIGINAL MAP, NOT A RECENT COPY OR REPRODUCTION. by du Bocage, engr. by Smith, Paris (France). HAND COLORED.
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Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE GJPaw Auctions is pleased to offer a Pre-Columbian terracotta Standing Figure. From the Colima culture, ... moreWest Mexico. The area known archaeologically as West Mexico has long been recognized as a region of beautiful ceramic sculptures. Manifestations of a reverence for ancestors and a belief in the power of symbolism. These traits are recognized as characteristic of the cultural development of the region during the period from 300 B.C. to 400 A.D. the time of the Colima culture. Colima is best known for its finely finished red burnished effigies, both of humans and animals, especially dogs, and the solid small unburnished figurines, commonly called Colima flats. This unusual and beautifully modeled, solid archaic standing figure is depicted in a casual pose, while in the process of movement. It measures 2 inches in width by 0.5 inches in depth by 6 inches in height(5.08 cm by 1.27 cm by 15.2 cm) The figure shows wear consistent with a Pre-Columbian dating, including rubbing and tiny chips, but generally is in very good condition. It also comes with a specially designed, hand-made museum display stand for display. Guaranteed authentic, it would make a superb addition to any collection of Pre-Columbian ceramics. The famous mural artist Diego Rivera began his collection of Mexican pottery with small Colima figures- the collection later grew into a national treasure which was eventually housed in the Rivera Museum in Mexico City. GJPaw Auctions has been in the Art business for over 25 years and is now expanding its operation to eBay. Our goal is to bring the same experience and excitement of collecting that we have been delivering in-person to collectors across the globe at Primitive in Chicago. Every object we sell online has been carefully hand-selected with special attention to detail. Quality, and significance. We ship worldwide. Add GJPaw to Sellers you Follow and please take a moment to look at our other auction items. A010827-388
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Date of issue: 1872. THIS IS AN ORIGINAL MAP, NOT A RECENT COPY OR REPRODUCTION. by Geyer, publ. by Perthes Justus, Gotha (Germany). HAND COLORED.
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THIS IS AN ORIGINAL MAP, NOT A RECENT COPY OR REPRODUCTION. by Thierry, Paris (France). HAND COLOURED.
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YAKA (BAYAKA). Chiefs, including dependent village chiefs, regional overlords, and paramount chiefs, are believed to have extra-human abilities, ruling ... morethe underworld or spiritual realm as well as the ordinary world.
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The magical substances may be blood along with animal, vegetable, and mineral matter. The nkisi, properly endowed with magic substances and additions ... moreby the nganga or doctor, had the power to act in a number of ways.
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YAKA (BAYAKA). Chiefs, including dependent village chiefs, regional overlords, and paramount chiefs, are believed to have extra-human abilities, ruling ... morethe underworld or spiritual realm as well as the ordinary world.
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Specific Remarks: Luba Shankadi. Cracks present don't indicate a compromised structural integrity. There are six (6) openings in the head where 'protrusions' ... moreonce were. Only one (1) full protrusion remains.
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Specific Remarks: This piece is currently unattributed to a specific tribe. Age cracks are present within the item -- see photos. Nearly 20 years of fostering ... moreAfrican Art enthusiasm. See these Tribal African Art Collectibles.
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Village life is regulated by a council of elders, representing each main family, and by secret societies. The Baule and Guro styles are difficult to separate. ... moreThe Guro style, however, has one or two distinguishing marks: the face of the human mask is usually longish while the forehead and bridge of the nose form an elegant S-shaped profile.
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Sculptors have studios in which apprentices learn the techniques of the master and his stylistic preferences. On top of the head there is either an elaborate ... morecoiffure or a carved representation of a human activity.
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Date of issue: 1810. THIS IS AN ORIGINAL MAP, NOT A RECENT COPY OR REPRODUCTION. by Lapie, publ. by Marco di Pietro (rare italian edition!)., Naples (Italy). ... moreHAND COLOURED.
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They practice the ancestor cult and agrarian rites. It is primarily concerned with justice and supernatural cleansing within the community. Specific Remarks: ... moreCracks present don't indicate a compromised structural integrity.
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See photos. Shango — the Yoruba god / deity / Orisa of thunder, giver of children, and "patron saint" of twins. Sculptors have studios in which apprentices ... morelearn the techniques of the master and his stylistic preferences.
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Date of issue: 1873. THIS IS AN ORIGINAL MAP, NOT A RECENT COPY OR REPRODUCTION. by Stulpnagel, publ, by Perthes Justus, Gotha (Germany). HAND COLORED.
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A gorgeous hand colored S. Augustus Mitchell map entitled. WEST INDIES. PUBLISHED BY S. AUGUSTUS MITCHELL, JR. Clerk of the Office District Court U.S. ... moreEastern District Pennsylvania" just below the decorative floral border.
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Date of issue: 1876 (dated map). THIS IS AN ORIGINAL MAP, NOT A RECENT COPY OR REPRODUCTION. by Stulpnagel, publ, by Perthes Justus, Gotha (Germany). ... moreHAND COLORED.
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Specific Remarks: Item is structurally solid. Aged item. The lunar symbolism is important among the the Eket. The Eket celebrated the goddess of the earth, ... morespouse of the god of heaven and source of fertility and fecundity.
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Nearly 20 years of fostering African Art enthusiasm. See these Tribal African Art Collectibles Specific Remarks: Item is structurally solid. Aged item. ... moreAny display stand or apparatus that appears in a photo(s) is not included as part of the sale unless specifically stated.
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DAN (DAN-GIOH, GIO, GIOH, GYO, YACOUBA, YACUBA, YAKUBA). Specific Remarks: Item is structurally solid. General Remarks: The 350,000 Dan live mostly in ... morethe western part of the Côte d’Ivoire and into Liberia, where the land is forested in the south and bordered by a savannah in the north.
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The kifwebe masks embodied supernatural forces. The kifwebe society used them to ward off disaster or any threat. It can be either masculine, if carved ... morewith a central crest, or feminine if displaying a plain coiffure.
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PENDE (BAPENDE, PHENBE, PINDI, PINJI). Pende masks are among the most dramatic works of all African art. Neck pendants carved by the Kwilu Pende as tiny ... morereplicas of masks must be placed among the most exquisite examples of African micro-sculpture.
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These Aklama statues, roughly carved out of wood represent the protective spirits and are kept by the Ewe in their local shrines. Mainly the Ewe are known ... moreby their dolls. Dolls with broken arms or legs were considered by the Ewe as more powerful.
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BAMBARA (BAMANA, BANMANA). The Bambara sponsor farming contests where the tji wara masqueraders perform. General Remarks: The Bambara numbering 2,500.000 ... moremillion form the largest ethnic group within Mali.
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Specific Remarks: Cracks present don't indicate a compromised structural integrity. The 'top' consists of a hornbill bird. The motifs (horse, hornbill, ... morepot, and turtles). Their art deals with the myths whose complex ensemble regulates the life of the individual.
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General Remarks: The 350,000 Dan live mostly in the western part of the Côte d’Ivoire and into Liberia, where the land is forested in the south and bordered ... moreby a savannah in the north. They make their living from farming cocoa, coffee, rice and manioc.
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During the dry season they also organize large collective fishing expeditions and hunt. The people believe in a creator god, Yi, who withdrew from humankind ... moreafter the Creation; in the center of the village a shrine is dedicated to him.
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The kifwebe masks embodied supernatural forces. The kifwebe society used them to ward off disaster or any threat. It can be either masculine, if carved ... morewith a central crest, or feminine if displaying a plain coiffure.
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General Remarks: The Mbete claiming a Kota origin live in the middle part of the Republic of Congo near the frontier of Gabon and in eastern Gabon. In ... moreview of the shifting location of the peoples living in this region, it is impossible to retrace the precise history of the Mbete culture.
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PENDE (BAPENDE, PHENBE, PINDI, PINJI). Pende masks are among the most dramatic works of all African art. Neck pendants carved by the Kwilu Pende as tiny ... morereplicas of masks must be placed among the most exquisite examples of African micro-sculpture.
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DAN (DAN-GIOH, GIO, GIOH, GYO, YACOUBA, YACUBA, YAKUBA). General Remarks: The 350,000 Dan live mostly in the western part of the Côte d’Ivoire and into ... moreLiberia, where the land is forested in the south and bordered by a savannah in the north.
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Nearly 20 years of fostering African Art enthusiasm. See these Tribal African Art Collectibles Specific Remarks: Item is structurally solid. Aged item ... morewith cracks. Any display stand or apparatus that appears in a photo(s) is not included as part of the sale unless specifically stated.
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General Remarks: The Zulu are a Bantu ethnic group of Southern Africa and the largest ethnic group in South Africa, with an estimated 10–11 million people ... moreliving mainly in the province of KwaZulu-Natal.
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One widespread context for masking is initiation. Funerals are a second important context for masks throughout the Kuba area. General Remarks: Numbering ... moreabout 250,000 the Kuba live in the area of central DRC bordered by the Sankuru, Kasai, and Lulua rivers.
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'Manzanillo'. Title of map:'Manzanillo'. Antique wood-engraved map; Scale 1:1,110,000, 1885. DATE PRINTED: 1885. The image below shows an enlarged cross ... moresection from the centre of the map to show the level of printed detail.
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Suitable for framing. Approx size 46 x 35cm, horizontal centre fold. Map is clean, crisp and bright. First Edition Softcover Macmillan and Co., 1890 Very ... moreGood Condition. Publisher: Macmillan and Co., 1890.
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This relates to their history as conquering warriors. The Zande migrated during the 18th century from Sudan to the northern part of the Democratic Republic ... moreof the Congo, settling on the banks of the Uele River.
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The magical substances may be blood along with animal, vegetable, and mineral matter. The nkisi, properly endowed with magic substances and additions ... moreby the nganga or doctor, had the power to act in a number of ways.
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DATE OF ISSUE: 1921.
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The kifwebe masks embodied supernatural forces. The kifwebe society used them to ward off disaster or any threat. It can be either masculine, if carved ... morewith a central crest, or feminine if displaying a plain coiffure.
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The Igbo use thousands of masks, which incarnate unspecified spirits of the dead, forming a vast community of souls. The outstanding characteristic of ... morethe many Igbo masks is that they are painted chalk white, the color of the spirit.
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General Remarks: The Luba number 1 million. The vast Luba territory, comprising the entire southeastern part of the DRC, as far as Tanganyika and Lake ... moreMweru, is uniform as regards language and culture, but racially mixed.
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KONGO (BAKONGO, BASHIKONGO, KAKONGO). General Remarks: The Kongo may number about three million people. Present in three countries – the Democratic Republic ... moreof the Congo, Angola and the Congo Republic – the Kongo occupy the region at the mouth of the Congo River.
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Their art deals with the myths whose complex ensemble regulates the life of the individual. As a general characterization of Dogon statues, one could ... moresay that they render the human body in a simplified way, reducing it to its essentials.
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Dogon social and religious organizations are closely interlinked and out of this arose principal cults, which accounts for the richness and diversity ... moreof Dogon culture and art. The clans are subdivided onto lineages, overseen by the patriarch, guardian of the clan’s ancestral shrine and officiant at the totemic animal cult.
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SENUFO (SENOUFO, SIENA, SIENNA). They live principally off the fruits of agriculture and occasionally hunting. Senufo agriculture is typical of the region, ... moreincluding millet, sorghum, maize, rice, and yams.
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AKYE (AKE, ANKYE, ATIE, ATTIE, ATYE, ATTYE). General Remarks: The eastern coast of the Côte d'Ivoire comprises the area of lagoons. The Akye numbering ... more55,000 constitute a part of the Akan group of ethnicities.
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SONGYE (BASONGE, BASONGYE, BASSONGO, BAYEMBE, SONGE, SONGHAY, WASONGA). General Remarks: During the 16th century, the Songye migrated from the Shaba area, ... morewhich is now the southern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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DAN (DAN-GIOH, GIO, GIOH, GYO, YACOUBA, YACUBA, YAKUBA). General Remarks: The 350,000 Dan live mostly in the western part of the Côte d’Ivoire and into ... moreLiberia, where the land is forested in the south and bordered by a savannah in the north.
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DAN (DAN-GIOH, GIO, GIOH, GYO, YACOUBA, YACUBA, YAKUBA). All Dan masks are sacred; they do not represent spirits of the wilderness, they are these spirits. ... moreThere are a variety of Dan face masks, each of which has a different function.
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LWENA (ALUENA, KALUENA, LOVALE, LUENA, LURALE, WENA). General Remarks: This primarily Angolan tribe lives partially in DRC and in Zambia. Led by a king, ... morethe Mwana Yamvo, the Lwena people support themselves from fishing in the wet plains at the source of the Zambeze River, in Angola.
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FANG (FAN, MPANGWE, PAHOUIN, PAHOUINS, PAHUINS, PAMUE, PANGWE). The ensemble of Fang peoples practice a cult devoted to ancestor lineages, the bieri, ... morewhose aim is to both protect themselves from the deceased and to recruit their aid in matters of daily life.
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DAN (DAN-GIOH, GIO, GIOH, GYO, YACOUBA, YACUBA, YAKUBA). General Remarks: The 350,000 Dan live mostly in the western part of the Côte d’Ivoire and into ... moreLiberia, where the land is forested in the south and bordered by a savannah in the north.
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DOGON (DOGO, DOGOM, HABBE, HABE, KADO, KADDO, KIBISI, TOMBO). Dogon social and religious organizations are closely interlinked and out of this arose principal ... morecults, which accounts for the richness and diversity of Dogon culture and art.
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TABWA (BATABWA, TAABWA). General Remarks: The Tabwa people lived under Luba domination in small autonomous villages scattered within a territory that ... moreexpanded from the southeast of the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the northeast of Zambia, along Lake Tanganyika.
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MANGBETU (GURUGURU, MANGUTU, MOMBOUTTOUS, MONGBUTU, NGBETU). General Remarks: In the middle of the 18th century the Mangbetu people left the Sudan, they ... morere-located their kingdom in the north-eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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MEXICO.1864-1866.EAGLE.1R.GDA.55-1865.sub22(1865).(COLIMA)/COLIMA.Sz#332A.#x1992
MEXICO.1864-1866.EAGLE.1R.GDA.55-1865.sub22(1865)COLIMA)COLIMA.Sz#332A.x1992 I SHIP ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD This is an unlisted cancel on the Eagle issue. 4 margins and no thins. 200 sent. Corbett rating"C"New 2012 value rating SEE BELOW FOR UPDATE) All these eagles numbered with prefix"x" have been consigned from the exceptional"Monteczuma" collection of Imperial Eagles. The Follansbee Catalogue value is for"Sound and presentable" stamps.Most of the stamps I am offering are worth a premium being either fine. Very fine or better. All stamps may be presumed to be without thins unless specifically mentioned. The long awaited Corbett update will be at the printers very soon now. Here are the updated higher 2012 value ratings. D $20-40. E $40-60. F $60-100. G $100-200. H $200-500. J $500-1000. K $1000-2000. ... moreL $2000-5000. Abbreviations used. AGUAS-Aguascalientes.CHIH-Chihuahua, DGO-Durango, GDA-Guadalajara, GTO-Guanajuato, MEX-Mexico, MONT-Monterrey, QTO-Queretaro, SLP-San Luis Potosi, VC-Veracruz, ZAC-Zacatecas. Bid with Confidence. Martin[Spuff] Spufford THE IMPERIAL EAGLES OF MEXICO 1864-1866. PO Box 104050 Lincoln North Auckland New Zealand Tel: +64 9 8375577 ALL MAILING IS AT BUYER'S RISK. NOTE. THERE IS NO INSURANCE COVER FOR ANY PHILATELIC ITEMS SENT BY ANY BRANCH OF NZ POST. ANY LOST ITEMS CAN ONLY BE CLAIMED BY BUYER'S INSURANCE COVER. PLEASE READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS BELOW! Please quote lot number appearing at the end of the title line in all correspondence. I will mail to anywhere in the world. Postage and packing is $2.40 for any number of single items($3.30 usually for postal history and larger items. see your invoice) to all countries. Collections posted at cost(see individual lot) ECONOMY COURIER with track and trace and signature on delivery is 31.00USD to the USA(depending on weight) Other countries on application. International Registered Mail is 12.00USD to all countries from New Zealand. Due to recent excessive theft throughout the Mexican Post Offi
MEXICO BIMETALLIC SILVER COIN 100 Pesos 2006 - Nevado Colima
MEXICO BIMETALLIC SILVER COIN 100 Pesos Bi-Metallic Silver Coin/ 0.925 Ag center(20.1753 grams) in Aluminium-Bronze ring Subject: 180th Anniversary of Federation-Second Series Obverse: State arms at lower center. Nevado de Colima and Volcan de Fuego volcanos in background. Legends, mint date, MintHouse mark and value in upper part of coin. Reverse: National arms at center. Wreath and legends on external ring. Diameter: 40 mm Weight: 33.8 grams* Edge: Segmented Reeding
NICE Colima Dancing Dogs Oaxaca Mexico Museum Quality Replica Expert Verified
VERY RARE Unusually Large Colima Dancing Dogs Oaxaca Mexico Museum Quality Replica Expert Verified Size: 27.5" Circumference 14.5" Tall Weight: a STUNNING 9lbs 14oz These Dancing Dogs are absolutely amazing and are Museum Quality Reproduction which I had verified by an expert and a collector of this type of ceramic pottery. This piece is very unusual due to its size and weight. This item will be double boxed for shipping) I will pick up the cost of Insurance FREE) History Translated from the Nahuatl language. Colima’s name derives from a combination of colli meaning ancestors or gods. And maitl. Meaning domain. For 25 centuries the region has nurtured a succession of cultures. Because of its remote location and lack of elaborate artifacts or monumental public works this western Mexican state did not attract interest from archeologists ... moreor researchers until recently. Today Colima is renowned for its multitude of ancient shaft tombs and extraordinary dog ceramics. Despite stylistic conventions. Colima dogs accurately depict innumerable distinctive canine behaviors. The postures, gestures and expressions reveal careful observation, attention to detail and masterful technique rather than any attempt at mass production. Realistic forms predominate, but dogs are also portrayed in elaborate burial dioramas or mysteriously perched on the shoulders of priests or warriors. The most recognizable motif is a pair of dancing or fighting dogs. Most Colima dogs are sleek and smooth but one member of this pair often exhibits deeply incised concentric lines on the face and body. Delineated ribs and vertebrae, and a raised tail to symbolize hairlessness. This mutation occurs regularly in all mammals and zoologist Glover Allen surmised that it first appeared in the Mesoamerican dog population 3500 years ago. By the time of European arrival. Hairless dogs were prevalent throughout Mexico, Central America, the Southwestern U.S, the Caribbean and northern coastal regions Ecuador and Peru. Hairless dogs and the custom of ritual
MEXICO - 10th MILITARY ZONE (COLIMA) UNIT PATCH
3x3.75" MULTI-COLOR. CLEAR SEALED DESIGN WITH COARSE WOVEN BACKING CLOTH UPON WHIHC UNIT DESIGNATION HAS BEEN WRITTEN IN ENGLISH. NICE CONDITION. GENUINE EXAMPLES OF REAL MEXICAN MILITARY INSIGNIA RARELY SURFACE! HAPPY CUSTOMERS ARE MY#1 PRIORITY! PLEASE CHECK MY FEEDBACK! I ALWAYS LEAVE GOOD FEEDBACK FOR SUCCESSFUL TRANSACTIONS! I DON’T WAIT FOR BUYER TO DO IT FIRST! YOUR QUESTIONS ARE WELCOME! I'M HAPPY TO COMBINE ITEMS AND USUALLY SHIP FOR THE COST OF ONE ITEM IN THE CASE OF MULTIPLE INSIGNIA OR SIMILAR. SMALL ARTICLES. I USUALLY SHIP MID-WEEK. A PAYMENT RECEIVED ON SUNDAY NIGHT OR MONDAY MORNING FACILITATES THE QUICKEST HANDLING. EVERYTHING IS CAREFULLY PACKED AND SHIPPED. OFTEN WITH DELIVERY CONFIRMATION FOR YOUR PROTECTION AND MINE. THIS METHOD REQUIRES A PADDED ENVELOPE OR CARTON BUT SAVES BUYER THE UNNECESSARY& COSTLY ... moreEXPENSE OF PRIORITY MAIL! IF YOU PREFER A CERTAIN METHOD OF SHIPPING I'LL DO MY BEST TO WORK WITH YOU BUT I CAN NOT ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR LOST ITEMS THAT I SHIP. AT YOUR REQUEST, WITHOUT INSURANCE OR CONFIRMATION. I'M NOT YELLING AT YOU- ALL CAPS IS JUST EASIER FOR US OLD GUYS TO READ! THANKS FOR LOOKING! I’M ALWAYS INTERESTED IN BUYING OR TRADING FOR VIETNAM ARMY AVIATION MEMORABILIA– NOT FOR RE- SALE!
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COLIMA DOG- 100 bc-250 ad- Effigy Figure of Curled Dog w/large spout- 11" COLIMA DOG- 100 bc-250 ad- Effigy Figure of Curled Dog w/large spout- 11" Purchased from the Malter Gallery in Los Angeles in the mid-80s. They guaranteed its authenticity. Very Good condition. Delightful example of a Colima Shaft Tomb figurine. It measures 11 inches. Free Shipping and Insurance within the United States. I accept only PayPal. Please note: I currently live in Mexico. The piece has been stored in the United States. It will be mailed the first week of April. ag6 2.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp73%28c%3Eag6%3E2-144c36c466f-0xe3-
SMALL COLIMA DOG - Spout on Back, Legs Extended -- 100 bc-250 ad
SMALL COLIMA DOG- Spout on Back. Legs Extended- 100 bc-250 ad SMALL COLIMA DOG- Spout on Back. Legs Extended 100 bc-250 ad Purchased from the Malter Gallery in Los Angeles in the mid-80s. They guaranteed its authenticity. Very Good condition. Very Cute Example of the genre. It measures 5-1/4 inches. Free Shipping and Insurance within the United States. I accept only PayPal. Please note: I currently live in Mexico. The piece has been stored in the United States. It will be mailed the first week of April.
Gingerbread female from Colima Mexico late pre-classic 300 BC - AD1
Colima-Mexico late pre-classic 300BC- AD1. Female Idol. Unslipped buff earthen ware. Linear design on thighs. Minor chip on nose. Beehive style hairdo.
MEXICO.1864-1866.EAGLE.1R.COLIMA.44-66.Sz#179.#g116
MEXICO.1864-1866.EAGLE.1R.COLIMA.44-66.Sz#179.g116 I SHIP ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD 4 HUGE margins. NF Catalogue value for MAIN office USD$25.00. The Follansbee Catalogue(2007 3rd edition) value is for"Sound and presentable" stamps.Most of the stamps I am offering are worth a premium being either fine. Very fine or better. All stamps may be presumed to be without thins unless specifically mentioned. Abbreviations used. AGUAS-Aguascalientes.CHIH-Chihuahua, DGO-Durango, GDA-Guadalajara, GTO-Guanajuato, MEX-Mexico, MONT-Monterrey, QTO-Queretaro, SLP-San Luis Potosi, VC-Veracruz, ZAC-Zacatecas. Bid with Confidence. Martin[Spuff] Spufford THE IMPERIAL EAGLES OF MEXICO 1864-1866. PO Box 104050 Lincoln North Auckland New Zealand Tel: +64 9 8375577 ALL MAILING IS AT BUYER'S RISK. NOTE. THERE IS NO INSURANCE COVER FOR ANY PHILATELIC ITEMS ... moreSENT BY ANY BRANCH OF NZ POST. ANY LOST ITEMS CAN ONLY BE CLAIMED BY BUYER'S INSURANCE COVER. PLEASE READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS BELOW! Please quote lot number appearing at the end of the title line in all correspondence. I will mail to anywhere in the world. Postage and packing is $2.40 for any number of single items($3.30 usually for postal history and larger items. see your invoice) to all countries. Collections posted at cost(see individual lot) ECONOMY COURIER with track and trace and signature on delivery is 31.00USD to the USA(depending on weight) Other countries on application. International Registered Mail is 12.00USD to all countries from New Zealand. Due to recent excessive theft throughout the Mexican Post Office system I am no longer prepared to mail material sold at over USD$49.99 except with a registered charge of12.00USD$. If you do not like this idea please do not bid on my lots. Sorry about that but I really have no choice. Please contact me if any airmail items have not arrived after 70 days. Regular airmail at buyer's risk to Mexico is 2.40.USD. Courier to Mexico by NZ Post/DHL is 52.10$. No Economy Rate is available) I ONLY TAKE PAYMENT BY CREDIT
MEXICO.1864-1866.EAGLE.1R.COLIMA.80-65.Sz#179.#g117
MEXICO.1864-1866.EAGLE.1R.COLIMA.80-65.Sz#179.g117 I SHIP ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD 4 margins. NF Catalogue value for MAIN office USD$20.00. The Follansbee Catalogue(2007 3rd edition) value is for"Sound and presentable" stamps.Most of the stamps I am offering are worth a premium being either fine. Very fine or better. All stamps may be presumed to be without thins unless specifically mentioned. Abbreviations used. AGUAS-Aguascalientes.CHIH-Chihuahua, DGO-Durango, GDA-Guadalajara, GTO-Guanajuato, MEX-Mexico, MONT-Monterrey, QTO-Queretaro, SLP-San Luis Potosi, VC-Veracruz, ZAC-Zacatecas. Bid with Confidence. Martin[Spuff] Spufford THE IMPERIAL EAGLES OF MEXICO 1864-1866. PO Box 104050 Lincoln North Auckland New Zealand Tel: +64 9 8375577 ALL MAILING IS AT BUYER'S RISK. NOTE. THERE IS NO INSURANCE COVER FOR ANY PHILATELIC ITEMS SENT ... moreBY ANY BRANCH OF NZ POST. ANY LOST ITEMS CAN ONLY BE CLAIMED BY BUYER'S INSURANCE COVER. PLEASE READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS BELOW! Please quote lot number appearing at the end of the title line in all correspondence. I will mail to anywhere in the world. Postage and packing is $2.40 for any number of single items($3.30 usually for postal history and larger items. see your invoice) to all countries. Collections posted at cost(see individual lot) ECONOMY COURIER with track and trace and signature on delivery is 31.00USD to the USA(depending on weight) Other countries on application. International Registered Mail is 12.00USD to all countries from New Zealand. Due to recent excessive theft throughout the Mexican Post Office system I am no longer prepared to mail material sold at over USD$49.99 except with a registered charge of12.00USD$. If you do not like this idea please do not bid on my lots. Sorry about that but I really have no choice. Please contact me if any airmail items have not arrived after 70 days. Regular airmail at buyer's risk to Mexico is 2.40.USD. Courier to Mexico by NZ Post/DHL is 52.10$. No Economy Rate is available) I ONLY TAKE PAYMENT BY CREDIT CARD
ARTEMIS GALLERY Pre-Columbian Colima Deer Votive Offering Vessel
Pre-Columbian Colima Deer Votive Offering Vessel Click on these links to view larger photos: 1- 2- 3- 4 Pre-Columbian. West Mexico, Colima culture, ca. 200 BCE to 200 CE. This deer vessel boasts not only an attractive form but its iconography was dearly symbolic in the Pre-Columbian world- no pun intended. Deer have a recurring role in creation myths of the Pre-Columbian world as their nimble speed and awe-inspiring grace suggest their fire and stellar symbolism. In addition, a most valued source of meat, deer were also featured in ancient fertility rites. 9"L x 5"T x 2 3/4"W Hoof of front right leg has tiny chip and minor surface wear. Else intact and excellent. Provenance: Ex-George Martin Collection. Georgia, USA Authenticity guaranteed. All items come with a Certificate of Authenticity
Ancient Pre Columbian Colima Pottery Dog, western Mexico, c. 100 B.C. - 250 A.D
Ancient Pre Columbin Colima Pottery Dog, western Mexico. C. 100 B.C. 250 A.D. Small Colima redware form Pottery Dog, with single spout on back. Lg. 5 1/4 x ht. 4 in. Provenance: Ex; Skinner Estate MA, collected in the 1960s. Guaranteed Authenticity. SKU# WWL For further information please call 212 3191077 Froo www.froo.com | Froo Cross Sell. Free Cross Sell, Cross promote, eBay Marketing, eBay listing Apps, eBay Apps, eBay Application.
Pre Columbian 2 Colima peyote dishes Mexico
Pre Columbian 2 Colima peyote dishes Mexico. The diameter of the dishes is exactly 4 Inch. I collected pottery idols for years and decided to sell them. This one is from Colima, Mexico, Classic period. I bought this item about 30 years ago on auction here in Holland. Happy guarantee" all items may be returend within 21 days after arrival if not happy with them for whatever reason. I sell the items as they are. No reserve, Shipping US is 19$, EU 12 $ and the rest of the world 35$. Combined shipping is no problem at all. Please contact if you have any questions.
Pre-Columbian Colima Figural Fragment w/ROGERS COA
Here is a burnished. Solid ceramic hunchback figure garbed in a loincloth with tassel ornamentation. This ancient effigy is 1.5" 38.1 mm) high x 2" 51 mm) wide x 1" 25.4 mm) front-to-back with losses as pictured in the accompanying images. NOTE: There are many priceless antiquities missing body parts such as the armless Venus de Milo. Noseless Egyptian Sphinx and the headless Nike of Samothrace. Despite losses, this remarkable 2,300 year-old figure is a nonetheless a collectible& desirable work of pre-Columbian ceramic art, and at very minimum cost! SEATED HUNCHBACK Fragmentary Figure Colima. West Mexico Proto-Classic Period 200 B.C.E. 300 C.E Von Winning. Hasso. The Shaft Tomb Figures of West Mexico, 1974, p.97, fig.8. Messmacher. Miguel. Colima" INAH, 1966, Lámina 9; Gallagher. Jacki. Companions of the Dead" ... more1983, p.45, fig. 28, 29. GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY The authenticity of this artifact is fully guaranteed by the seller. A longtime Senior Member of the American Society of Appraisers(retired) Certified Specialist in Pre-Columbian Art. Your antiquity will be shipped with a signed and registered Certificate of Authenticity that includes a photo. Description, provenance and chronology of your acquisition. $14.50 shipping and"Delivery Confirmation" tracking service continental U.S.A. NY residents add 8.63% sales tax. Overseas buyer. Please add $24.95 for prompt"Priority Mail" shipping. IMPORTANT: Buyers with fewer than ten(or private) feedback. Please contact seller ASAP before placing bid or risk bid cancellation; thank you. Please use PayPal for immediate shipment; payment is expected within two days of auction’s end. Images may be enlarged to provide greater detail. Wood base is a display prop only and not included in sale. All rights reserved for all countries. No part of the contents of this page may be reproduced without prior written permission of the seller. Copyright © Rod Rogers. 2013.
ANTIQUE COLIMA RECLINTARIO C.300 BC - 300 AD
The reclintario is one of the most interesting works of art left by the Colima of western Mexico. It is a mythical combination of beasts. Variously described as half bird and half dog or a divine bird with human attributes. It is sculpture, vessel and furniture accessory, serving as a back rest for persons of high status. Filled with water, it provided cooling through evaporation. While providing relief from the heat in any circumstance, it would have been particularly useful when giving audience or passing judgement. The use would have the advantage of comfort as well as the appearance of ease, reinforcing his superiority over his confronter. Of polished red terra cotta, characteristic for Colima ceramics, with angled filler spout and human leg supports. A rare large example, well sculpted with good finish and color. Height: 9 1/2\ 10-313 ... moreGC.A.025 Additional Photos Please feel free to contact us for additional photos for this item. Shipping Policy We only charge actual shipping cost. And will refund any excess shipping charges paid. We will also combine shipping charges when you purchase multiple items to reduce cost. International packages are shipped via USPS unless they exceed the maximum length restrictions for your country. Or are a high value item. If we are unable to send via USPS. We will send packages via UPS or FedEx, which may be more expensive. Please contact us for a shipping quote before purchasing if you're shipping outside of the US. Return Policy Items purchased through eBay are returnable within 14 days of purchase. Buyer pays return shipping. And both the return shipping and original shipping charges are non-refundable. When returning an item. Please securely pack the item(and all applicable paperwork) and ship it back fully insured, as we cannot be responsible for items received damaged or incomplete. As stated above. The refund amount is for the item cost only, as the initial shipping charge(shipping to you) is non-refundable, and you are responsible for all return shipping charges. Abou
Pre-Columbian COLIMA BED FIGURE w/ROGERS COA
Twenty-three or so long centuries have passed since ceramic figurines of this type were buried in the deep shaft-and-chamber tombs of western Mexico. Here is a reclining figure of the arcane"bed" type wearing a headdress and necklace. Arms close to the body, head rests between two lateral slab bolsters and three broad straps bind the arms and torso. 3.25" 8.2 cm) x 1 5/8" 3.8 cm) x 1 1/8" 2.5 cm) Aside from minor restoration to the left foot. This delightful figure is in EXCELLENT overall condition. BED FIGURE Teco Type Colima. West Mexico Proto-Classic Period 200 B.C.E. 300 C.E Provenance: Acquired by seller at Sotheby Parke-Bernet New York City Galleries. See: Olga Hammer& Hasso von Winning. Anecdotal Sculpture of Ancient West Mexico. Ethnic Arts Council of Los Angeles. N.d. pp. 33- 41& 90- 95. GUARANTEE ... moreOF AUTHENTICITY The authenticity of this artifact is fully guaranteed by the seller. A retired educator and longtime Senior Member of the American Society of Appraisers(retired) Certified Specialist Pre-Columbian Art Specialist. Your antiquity will be shipped with a signed and registered Certificate of Authenticity that includes a photo. Description, provenance and chronology of your acquisition. $14.95 shipping. Insurance and"Delivery Confirmation" tracking service continental U.S.A. NY residents add 8.63% sales tax. Overseas buyer. Please add $24.95 for prompt"Priority Mail" shipping. IMPORTANT: Buyers with fewer than ten(or private) feedback. Please contact seller ASAP before placing bid or risk bid cancellation; thank you. Please use PayPal for immediate shipment; payment is expected within two days of auction’s end. Images may be enlarged to provide greater detail. All rights reserved for all countries. No part of the contents of this page may be reproduced without prior written permission of the seller. Copyright © Rod Rogers. 2013.
Colima Dog Ocarina Xoloitzcuintli Flute Clay Aztec Mayan Ancient Hairless
Great Ocarina! Play perfectly. No chips or damage. Not sure how old it is could be pre Columbian for all I know. A great addition to any collection. Thanks for bidding! Paypal only please! See my other auctions. I combine shipping. Ask questions before bidding. Paypal only please. Tell me what you're looking for! I have a lot of stuff and I'm always getting more! Please only returns on defective products. No returns on new products that have been opened or tags removed. Please contact me with any issues before leaving feedback. International postage extra. Please leave 5 star feedback! I will leave positive feedback in return!
Estado Libre y Soberano de Colima 50 Centavos, M1215 / SI-COL-16 Rare. VF+
Estado Libre y Soberano de Colima 50 Centavos. M1215/ SI-COL-16 Condition: Very Fine+. Rare remainder from Colima. Some light vertical folds. Very attractive for the type. Seldom seen. Issuer: Estado Libre y Soberano de Colima Denomination: 50 Centavps Dimensions: 135 x 67 mm Year: Serial No. 24673 Serie: B Check out my! Be sure to add me to your! SHIPPING AND HANDLING: United States: FREE Shipping and handling via insured Mail with free tracking number or Signature Confirmation. All items exceeding $1.000.00 in value are shipped via Registered Mail at no additional cost. Additional items may be combined for $1.00 each. World: $22.00 via Registered Mail. $40.00 via Express Mail Additional items may be combined for $2.00 each. PAYMENTS: We accept Pay Pal. Checks and M.O. are held for 7– 10 business days until they clear. GUARANTEE: Your satisfaction ... moreis the most important to us. All items purchased from us have a 7 day no questions asked return privilege. If you’re not 100% satisfied with your purchase. Please contact us and return your item within 7 days for a full refund. We also refund S/H fees. Quality customer service is a top priority in our store. We strive to offer some of the most rare and valuable Mexican coins on eBay. And are proud to have provided thousands of satisfied customers with rare classic coins for their collections. The coins you see in our listings have been specifically selected for quality. Luster and eye appeal. We have been continuously recognized as an eBay Outstanding Seller for consistently providing excellent service and achieving the highest ratings from buyers of our coins. On Oct-04-11 at 05:32:59 PDT. Seller added the following information: Sellebrity Analytics. Sellebrity Analytics. On Mar-09-12 at 16:58:21 PST. Seller added the following information:
OLIVELLA GRACILIS 25.51mm BEAUTIFUL SPECIMEN Las Hades Manzanillo Colima, Mexico
Olivella(Olivella) gracilis(Broderip. W.J. G.B. I Sowerby, 1829) 25.51mm F++/GEM. In muddy sand at 15-20 feet. Las Hades. Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico. Beautiful Specimen- Rare Giant. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED* PLEASE WAIT FOR MY INVOICE BEFORE PAYING* Add 3.00 for domestic shipping. International will be at cost. Lots with a combined total over $50.00 may be insured. Lots will be combined to save shipping costs. EMS shipping and tracking is available for an extra charge. Let me know if you require tracking of your parcel. Free shipping in the U.S. on all auction lots over $100.00 total won during the same week. 10% OFF on all store lots totaling over $200.00 bought in the same week. Imenaages are for condition of shell only– colors may vary depending on your monitor– I will describe any unusual color forms above. E-mail me if you have any questions ... moreor more images are needed. Import duties. Taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying. Look for future lots of these families. Murex, Conus, Cypraea, Strombus, Voluta, Buccinid, Turbo, Trochid, Cymatium, Terebra, Miter, Turrid, Thaidae, Oliva, Cassis, Bursa, Marginella, Calliostoma, Pecten and Bi-Valve Thank You for Bidding. Rick Californiashells.
2006 MEXICO Colima Bimetallic Mexican silver Coin Fase II UNC TONED
2006 MEXICO Colima Bimetallic Mexican silver Coin Fase II UNC TONED Winner of this auction will receive coin pictured here. Positive feedback is greatly appreciated. Best wishes and GOOD LUCK BIDDING! Check out my other items! Be sure to add me to your favorites list Payment through Paypal. Or if you prefer you can make a direct deposit at Wells Fargo Bank if you live in the USA. Ask for account number This item will be shipped from Mexico to USA border town. Winning bidder will pay bid amount plus $4.95 us dllrs s&h Mail w delivery confirmation by USPS this aplies for USA. We combine lots. Cost is $1.00 us dllrs. for each additional item. Any other country is $6.95 us dllrs. Note that your items are located in central Mexico, we shipp all payed items to a border town in Arizona, and then shipped by USPS. CHINA AND EX SOVIET UNION COUNTRIES, ... moreVERIFY SHIPPING POLICIES BEFORE BID I live in Guadalajara. Jalisco Mexico, land of tequila and mariachi two well known Mexican items. I am in the process of selling my father personal coin collection collected over the last 40 years! In this proceess i have been interested in coins more and more, so i hope to start my own collection soon. As well I dicover that many silver coins are melting, I think is a shame this historical pieces of art finish that way, Im buying the most coins I can, to save from melting. If you can help and collect Mexican coins I will appreciate Please let me know any doubts you have. I will be please to answer any question, or check my web page link in ME information
La Tesoreria Gral. del Estado de Colima 20 cts. 6.15.1915 M1210 / SI-COL-12 Fine
La Tesoreria Gral. del Estado de Colima 20 cts. 6.15.1915. M1210/ SI-COL-12 Condition: Fine. Scarce. Small internal split. Folds. Size: 129 x 60 mm Issuer: La Tesoreria General del Estado de Colima Year: 1915 Denomination: 20 Centavos. Serial Number: 6791 Serie: A Check out my! Be sure to add me to your! SHIPPING AND HANDLING: United States: $2.00 Shipping and handling via insured Mail with free tracking number or Signature Confirmation. All items exceeding $1.000.00 in value are shipped via Registered Mail at no additional cost. Additional items may be combined for $1.00 each. World: $22.00 via Registered Mail. $40.00 via Express Mail Additional items may be combined for $2.00 each. PAYMENTS: We accept Pay Pal. Checks and M.O. are held for 7– 10 business days until they clear. GUARANTEE: Your satisfaction is the most important to us. All ... moreitems purchased from us have a 7 day no questions asked return privilege. If you’re not 100% satisfied with your purchase. Please contact us and return your item within 7 days for a full refund. We also refund S/H fees. Quality customer service is a top priority in our store. We strive to offer some of the most rare and valuable Mexican coins on eBay. And are proud to have provided thousands of satisfied customers with rare classic coins for their collections. The coins you see in our listings have been specifically selected for quality. Luster and eye appeal. We have been continuously recognized as an eBay Outstanding Seller for consistently providing excellent service and achieving the highest ratings from buyers of our coins. On Oct-04-11 at 05:32:59 PDT. Seller added the following information: Sellebrity Analytics. Sellebrity Analytics. On Mar-09-12 at 16:58:21 PST. Seller added the following information:
1945 RB Ads Hotel Geneve Mexico City Hotel Majestic Santiago Manzanillo Colima
1 page of vintage ads cut from The Official Hotel Red Book and Directory 1945 to 1946. 60th Annual Edition. American Hotel Association Directory Corporation, New York Side 1- Hotel Geneve. Mexico City, Thomas S GORE, CL SOMERS, Salvador MARISCAL Hotel Majestic. Mexico City, Antonio ELORRIAGA Side 2- Hotel Playa de Santiago. Coconut's Paradise, Alberto Caligaris Y ACEVEDO, Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico The Lincoln Hotel. Manuel C MEZA 5.25" x 9" Sturdily packaged for safety during shipping
TRAVEL BROCHURE 1965 MEXICO PEMEX SPA COLIMA CHIAPAS DURANGO HIDALGO 21CM TB 1
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Pre-Columbian Ithyphallic Colima Figure w/ROGERS COA
Pre-Columbian Ithyphallic Colima Reclining Figure Here is an extraordinary burnished red and brown-slipped ceramic representation of a long-haired hunchback dwarf seated with legs apart. Left hand behind him on the ground; his right hand grasps(masturbates? his erect penis. 5.5” 14 cm) H. x 4” 10 cm) W. x 4” D. Deposits of manganese dioxide provide irrefutable testimony to longtime interment. Without chips. Cracks, repairs or restoration, this museum-quality, two thousand plus year-old figure is in excellent condition. Hunchback dwarf figures are represented in anthropomorphic Colima mortuary ceramics with considerable anatomical specificity. Pointing to the probability that they occupied a notable position- possibly shamanic, magical and/or guardian- within their society. Colima. Mexico Protoclassic Period 200 B.C.E- 300 C.E Provenance Acquired ... moreby seller at Sotheby's/Parke-Bernet New York City Galleries in 1979. Comparables Proctor Stafford Collection. Sculpture of Ancient West Mexico. LA Museum of Art. 1989, fig. 112. Rawson. Philip. Primitive Erotic Art. G.P. Putnam’s Sons. NY, 1973, fig. 85. Von Winning. Hasso. Shaft Tomb Figures of West Mexico. SW Museum Papers#24. Los Angeles, p. 99, fig.18. http:www.scalarchives.com/scalapic/werner15/b/W011363b.jpg $75 shipping. Delivery Confirmation tracking and full insurance coverage within contiguous U.S.A. NY residents please add 8.63% sales tax. Please use PayPal or contact seller for alternate remittance. Payment is expected within two days of auction’s end. Overseas buyer. Please add $100 shipping; customs and/or other importation costs(if any) are the sole responsibility of the buyer. Bidders with fewer than ten(or private) feedback" listings must contact seller before bidding to verify ID or bid may be declined. GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY The authenticity of this artifact is fully guaranteed by the seller. A longtime Senior Member of the American Society of Appraisers(retired) certified Specialist in Pre-Columbian Art. Your figure will be c
ARTEMIS GALLERY Exceptionally Large Colima Dog Vessel
Exceptionally Large Colima Dog Vessel Click on these links to view larger photos: 1- 2- 3- 4- 5 Pre-Columbian. West Mexico, Colima, ce. 100-250 CE. Scholars know of at least two types of Colima dogs, one to be fattened up and ritually sacrificed or eaten and one to serve as a watchdog and healer of the ill. This plump hairless canine known as a Techichi or Escuincle is thought to be related to the Chihuahua or Mexican Hairless also known as the Xoloitzcuintle. The Xolo dog was named for the deity Xolotl, the God of the Underworld, and believed to guide the deceased as they journeyed to the afterlife. Colima vessels such as this one were buried in shaft tombs to protect the deceased and provide sustenance for eternity. 15-1/2"L x 9-3/4"T x 8-1/4"W. Restoration to isolated section of spout and back right leg repaired. Otherwise ... moreintact and excellent. Provenance: Ex-Ramon Kelly Collection. Mr. Kelly is a prolific. Prominent artist of Denver, CO. Authenticity Guaranteed All items come with a Certificate of Authenticity
Inca Treasures LTD Pre Columbian Colima shaman pottery figure art artifact, COA
Unusual lovely Pre Columbian Colima black ware terra cota pottery. Antiguity, figure effigy vessel of shaman drinking from vessel. Great piece and rare and unusual to find. Colima culture was in Western Mexico. They created some artistically wonderful art work. Pre Columbian pottery was a huge part of The Colima culture. This is a valuable and important item. Shamans were fundamental to the Colimas and other pre Columbian cultures. This is just a splendid piece of art in Pre Columbian figure pottery Provenance Purchased Artemis a Gallery dealers in antiquities. COA available on request Culture Colima. Western Mexico CA 200 BC- 200 AD Approx Ht 11 1/2 in. 9 in deep, 6 in wide Authenticity with lifetime guarantee by Inca Treasures LTD See my photos and contact with questions See my other Pre a Columbian artifacts. Pottery, vessels and art. ... moreSee ARTEMIS GALLERY online dot com for other great Pre Columbian. Roman, Greek, Egyptian, Asian and other wonderful Antiquities. And visit their auctions. All items in this auction are legal to buy/sell under U.S. statute covering cultural patrimony per United States Code 2600. CHAPTER 14- CONVENTION ON CULTURAL PROPERTY, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. Inca Treasures LTD
Colima Terra Cotta Pottery Douple Headed Dog Planter Figure - 7" T by 11 1/2" L
Description We are offering this wonderful Pottery Figure. Colima Terra Cotta Douple Headed Dog Planter Figure. South American. Measures just over 7" Tall by 11 1/2" Long. This item is very good. Used condition. Some roughness around the hole in the top but it seems to be baked in. Could use a little cleaning but I do not think I would clean it too much if I were to keep it, it has a good look.
B80981 portal medellin colima mexico front/back image
REGISTRED MAIL 5 US DOLLARS SIMPLE MAIL- 2 USD. I DON T TAKE ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR SIMPLE LETTERS IF THEY GET LOST THE BUYER TAKES HIS OWN RISK(0.5% of the total 100% of simple letters get lost.is not much. But to avoid any problems) We combine multiple items.with very good rates For any questions.please feel free to ask.All items over 12 Euro/USD will be sent only with register e-mail. IF YOU THINK A PRICE IS TO HIGH PLEASE MAKE AN OFFER VIA MESSAGE! A RESONABLE OFFER MAY BE ACCEPTED! simple mail 2 US dollars on buyers risk(99.5% of the simple letter arrive,only 1 in 200 sent letters gets lost) Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Pre Columbian Maya Aztec Colima Culture Pre Classic Terracota Figurine 300 BC
To expand. Click on a photo below, click again on same photo to see the next. click to enlarge. An ancient Colima culture Pre Classic(c. 300 BC- 300 AD) terracota figurine from ancient Western Mexico wearing large earrings and a headdress-like ornament on top of the head. The arms crossed to the chest. Approximate height: 14 cm or 5 1/5" Approximate width: 4.5 cm or 1 3/4" Weight: 67 grams. From an British private collection. Ex Antiquitites. Asian Works of Art and Fine Arts auction, Essex, United Kingdom. Can supply copy of receipt if requested. Condition: Head reattached. In very good overall condition. 100% GENUINE ARTIFACT OR YOUR MONEY BACK. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE LET ME KNOW BEFORE PLACING ANY BIDS. Certificate of Authenticity Can be provided if requested. Life Time Guaranteed- Money Back Guaranteed: This Item is ... more100% guaranteed authentic as described. We offer life time full money-back guarantee to the original buyer if a recognised authority disputes their authenticity or if the description is found significantly incorrect. The claim is only valid so long as the the original buyer owns it. If the object are proved to be forgery. We will be responsible for all return shipping fees. However, the costs of the study by the art lab will not be refunded. Return Terms: The buyer must contact us first before returning the items. This must be done within 3 days of receiving the item. The items must be returned within 14 days after receiving the object. The items must be returned prior to any refund and in the condition originally sent. The buyer is responsible for shipping. Insurance and packing costs, and export and import duties, taxes and charges. All returns must be sent registered. Signed-for and insured. The buyer is responsible for any delays caused by shipping companies or customs offices abroad. We reserve the right to charge a fee to cover any payment processing, final value fees of the eBay auction, PayPal fees, additional shipping costs and re-import costs incurred. Life Time Guaran
Ancient Pre Columbian Colima pottery Dog - 200 BC
A fine. Large Protoclassic burnished terracotta Colima dog figure, from the Colima culture, dating to approximately 200 BC- 200 AD. Exhibiting a beautiful dark red colour. The plump beast stands on squat. Bent legs, with large round pot-belly, short, erect tail, pricked ears and exposed teeth. The head of the creature fashioned into a spout with everted lip, revealing the piece to be a particularly elaborate vessel. The enigmatic Colima dog figures were produced in what is now Mexico from the 3rd Century BC. Dogs were considered to be useful on one's inevitable journey to the underworld and were therefore placed with the deceased as trusty companions. Length: 13 inches. Height: 10 1/2 inches Condition: Good condition. Remains of black pigment. Including u-shaped motif on the neck of the spout. Minor restorations including ear, lip of ... morespout, and three of the legs. Provenance: From the collection of Mr S. Seeger. Mr Seeger was a well-known art collector with a keen eye and ample financial means. This piece was exhibited. Along with other examples of his Pre-Columbian art, at Princeton University in 1961. The following quote is from the exhibition catalogue, scans of which can be provided to the new owner upon request: Especially choice. Also, in the collection is a remarkable group of Pre Columbian sculptures purchased by Mr Seeger from the distinguished collection of the late Keith Warner. Kelleher et al. The S.J. Seeger collection, Princeton, 1961. Inside jacket cover. For an interesting discussion by the British Museum on pottery dogs from the Colima culture. Please see the following link. Authenticity All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be Authentic as described. For added security we offer a full money-back guarantee if a recognized authority disputes the authenticity of any object sold. We send paper invoices incorporating a signed certificate of authenticity and photograph of the item. Shipping We send all collectibles Registered. Signed-for and Insured. We do not aim to profit from shipping ch
Lg Pre-Columbian Colima Gingerbread Head, 2000+ Yrs Old w/ROGERS COA
Lg Pre-Columbian Colima Gingerbread Head. 2000+ Yrs Old TWO THOUSAND YEARS or more have passed since ceramic“gingerbread” figurines. Of which this charming head once formed part, were buried in deep shaft tombs in the Colima and Jalisco regions of western Mexico. The features and details of this larger-than-average size head were hand-modeled with considerable care; a banded headdress with incised linear details. Large ear-ornaments and“coffee-bean” facial details. The nose has been restored and this delightful head is in VERY GOOD overall condition! This highly-collectible head measures 3.5" 9 cm) in height. Mounted on the attractive display base as pictured. Colima. Mexico Tuxcacuesco-Ortices Phase Protoclassic Period. 200 B.C.E. 300 C.E. FREE prompt shipping. Delivery Confirmation tracking and full insurance coverage within continental ... moreU.S.A. NY residents add 8.63% sales tax. Please use PayPal for immediate shipment or contact seller for alternate arrangements. Payment is expected within two days of auction’s end. Overseas buyer. Please add $25 shipping. Customs and/or other importation costs are the sole responsibility of the buyer. If not to buyer’s satisfaction. It may be returned as received within fourteen days of purchase for a 100% refund of purchase price. Bidders with fewer than ten(or private) feedback" listings must contact seller before bidding to verify ID or bid may be declined. GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY The authenticity of this artifact is fully guaranteed by the seller. A longtime educator and Senior Member of the American Society of Appraisers(retired) certified Specialist in Pre-Columbian Art. Your figure will be carefully packed. Insured and promptly shipped with a signed and registered Certificate of Authenticity that includes a description. Photo, dimension, cultural provenance and chronology. If not to buyer’s complete satisfaction. Please return as received within fourteen days of purchase for a 100% refund of purchase price. This seller has been a conscientious collector and d
Aztec Colima Terracotta Acrobat Contortionist Large Figure Maya Precolumbian Dog
You will receive the pictured Terracotta Precolumbian(style) Colima or Aztec Acrobat/ Contortionist figure. Age is unknown but I would guess last 50 years but who knows? It is 10" High x 7" Wide. His leg is a spout like Colima figures. No damage to piece and the piece is not signed. Buy It Now or Make Offer/ Free Shipping to USA.
Colima Sacred Dog Etched Pottery Figurine Xolo
Colima Sacred Dog Etched Pottery Figurine Xolo Colima Sacred Dog Etched Pottery Figurine Xolo In Very Good Condition. With no marks, maker is unknown, approx. 13" L x 7" W across the belly x 8 1/2" Height measured from front paw to top of ears. There appears to be a hairline crack just above the snout in middle, not sure if indicative to firing technique, otherwise no chips, or breakage. This item will be insured to protect you the buyer and me the seller. Please wait to be invoiced for best shipping method. Thank you! kb-273 Your online store for Estate Sale items. Excellent Customer Service. for more great items! PayPal preferred but will accept other payment methods. Simply send us an email to discuss. Payment is expected within 10 days of purchase unless other arrangements have been made with Seller. Sales Tax is added ... morefor California residents. Unless you have a resale permit. We use USPS for domestic and international unless other carrier is preferred or it is an oversized package. We do combine shipping for multiple purchases. We ship within 2-3 business days from receipt of payment. We pack all items with care and insure most items that are fragile. We refund overpayment of shipping fees in case our estimate was incorrect. International Buyers must be aware of import fees. Taxes or custom fees for your country. The fees each country charges are the responsibilty of the buyer. First Class International is the cheapest method if the item weighs less than 4 pounds but it cannot be traced if lost or delayed so we advise to pay more for Priority Mail. We will accept returns if the item is damaged or if we did not represent it accurately. Returns are accepted within 14 days from your receipt of the item and you must contact us to discuss why you want to return it. Add to Favorite Sellers. Other Items. Feedback. Contact. EBay Store. Txzj pxzj28745 txzj65 txzj72
Minerva Gallery - Pre-columbian Colima Bowl
Pre-columbian Colima Bowl Click on these links to view larger photos: 1- 2- 3- 4- 5 Pre-columbian Colima bowl from West Mexico. Ca. 100 B.C. 250 A.D. A plain bowl with a large area of fire-clouding and good deposits and dendrites which attest to it's age. Measurements: 4" in height x 8-3/4" in Diameter.
Ancient Pre-Columbian Colima statue (300 bce-400 ce) Vincent Price collection
UP FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION: This exceptional pre Columbian Colima statue. Nick named"Colima Venus di Milo" was acquired from the personal collection of the famed actor and collector Vincent Price and I offer it now with no reserve and a very low starting bid. The piece measures approximately 12 inches and is in very good condition for its age(300bce- 400ce) Please note. I offer this piece at this time because of certain financial circumstances and would like that the winning bidder please pay within 2 days of the end of the auction. Feel free to contact me with any questions before the end of the auction. Good luck and happy bidding!
Obsolete 1920s Colima Mexico Police Badge
Obsolete 1920s Colima Mexico Police Badge A beautiful shield style badge from Colima Mexico Police Department. Hallmarked L. A. Los Angeles) Rubber Stamp Co. The badge measures approximately 1-3/8 inches wide and 2-1/16 inches tall. Badges are sold for historical research. Collecting or display purposes and does not convey any police powers or authority. This item is at least 75 years old and complies with eBay's policy on law enforcement badges Payment Terms: PayPal Shipping and handling charge: $3.00 within the U.S.A. or Canada. Use the FREE Counters 1 million sellers do- Andale!
1960s CLUB MAEVA LAS HADAS MANZANILLO COLIMA MEXICO VTG POSTCARD
NICE VINTAGE STANDARD-SIZE CHROME POSTCARD.POSTMARKED 1960s ERA.IN NEAR EXCELLENT CONDITION. Check our store for thousands of beautiful POSTCARDS. Combine orders& get FREE shipping on the rest! Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
SOUTH AMERICA HUERTA DE ALVAREZ COLIMA COLUMBIA REAL PHOTO CEBALLOS
Free shipping. Unposted. Condition as per scans, fairly nice. Please look carefully at front and back scans to ascertain condition, flaws, if any, will show in scans. Satisfaction guaranted or money back. Free shipping. Transporte livre. Condição, não publicadas como varreduras por, bastante agradável. Por favor, olhe cuidadosamente para frente e para trás scans à condição de verificar, falhas. Se houver, vai mostrar em scans. Volta satisfação guaranted ou dinheiro. Transporte livre.
ARMANDO DE MEXICO POTTERY SIGNED double headed Colima dog 8050236 terracotta
Signed Armando de Mexico vintage terracotta black speckled Colima double headed dog pottery measure nose to nose 14.Ear to paw 81/2" tall,shoulder to shoulder 10" wide.there's a chip to an ear as pictured.
50 CENT TEAS COLIMA STEAM COFFEE MILLS Trade Card FRONT ST San Francisco
All the Victorian trade cards I'm listing have some minimal damage so be sure to look at all photos and ask any questions before bidding. Many of these would be good for collage and scrapbook projects or cutting out areas for jewelry making. Victorian trade card measures 3 1/4" x 4 1/2" Winners on multiple auctions PLEASE WAIT for an invoice that will give you the combined cost for postage. Every attempt is made to lower the postage cost. gsrx_vers_525(GS 6.6.5(525) RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*a4%601gc%3E-145641deb03-0x10d-
MEXICO 2005 BIMETALLIC COIN 100 PESOS ESTADO DE COLIMA AU! FREE SHIPPING US
MEXICO ORIGINAL COIN.FREE SHIPPING TO THE US. INFORMATION TO BIDDERS FROM CHINA.SHIPPING COST TO YOUR COUNTRY VALUE OF COINS OF $99.99 OR LESS $6.00 FIRST CLASS USPS VALUE OF COINS OF $100 TO $299.99 $23.00 PRIORITY MAIL SERVICE FROM USPS VALUE OF COINS OF $300 OR MORE $45.00 EXPRESS MAIL FROM USPS Payments must be made within 5 days of sale date to avoid unpaid item assistance and to avoid a unpaid item on your account!
ARTEMIS GALLERY Colima Reclinatorio - Avian, Turtle & Human Features
Colima Reclinatorio- Avian. Turtle& Human Features Click on these links to view larger photos: 1- 2- 3- 4 Pre-Columbian. West Mexico, Colima Culture, ca. 300 BCE to 300 CE. Reclinatarios such as this were used by individuals of high rank to support their heads and backs when seated. The iconography of this form is comprised of a stylized bird head, a turtle-like body visible from the front with human legs on the backside perhaps signifying a metaphor for dreams which often assume surreal transitional states. In addition to this complex symbolism, the piece is a wonderful examplar of Colima technique and stylings. Note the virtuosic combination of geometric yet simultaneously curvilinear forms not to mentions the warm red glaze of this terracotta form. 8"T x 7-1/4"W x 4-1/2"D. Choice condition replete with manganese deposits ... moreEx-Ramon Kelly Collection. Mr. Kelly is a prolific. Prominent artist of Denver, CO. Authenticity Guaranteed All items come with a Certificate of Authenticity
ARTEMIS GALLERY Colima Humanoid Face Vessel
Colima Humanoid Face Vessel Click on these links to view larger photos: 1- 2- 3- 4- 5 Pre-Columbian. West Mexico, Colima Culture, 200 BCE- 300 CE. Expertly built round terracotta vessel with concave base accentuated and nicely turned rim. Beyond this handsome form, we have an intriguing visage comprised of human features capturing the animism embraced by Pre-Columbian cultures. The rich red terracotta finish is even more intriguing when viewed on the underside where the fine geometric design created via the negative resist technique is quite vivid. 5-3/4"T x 7-1/8"D at widest. Minimal surface wear with one tiny chip not very visible as it's on lower section of vessel toward the backside. Provenance: Ex-Ramon Kelly Collection. Mr. Kelly is a prolific. Prominent artist of Denver, CO. Authenticity Guaranteed All items come with ... morea Certificate of Authenticity
ARTEMIS GALLERY Colima Phytomorphic / Marine Ceremonial Vessel
Colima Phytomorphic/ Marine Ceremonial Vessel Click on these links to view larger photos: 1- 2- 3- 4- 5 Pre-Columbian. West Mexico, Colima Culture, ca. 100 BCE- 250 CE. Classic Colima ceramic art is comprised of an extensive range of vessel forms, from actual representations of figures to sea and land animals to fruits and vegetables. This piece departs from the well-known tripod vessels; however, is quite intriguing for its stylistic form, beautiful, rich red finish, and intriguing iconography. The piece features a procession of sea creatures each with a trio of incised lines on their shells circumambulating the periphery with bean-shaped or moon-like motifs adorning the shoulder. This vessel was likely used in ceremonial rituals, as pieces imbued with such rich symbolic imagery served more than utilitarian purposes. ~6"T x 10"D ... moreat widest. Normal surface wear, nice manganese deposits, tip of one sea creature has a nick. Otherwise intact and near choice. Provenance: Ex-Ramon Kelly Collection. Mr. Kelly is a prolific. Prominent artist of Denver, CO. Authenticity Guaranteed All items come with a Certificate of Authenticity
ARTEMIS GALLERY Elegant Colima Squash Effigy Olla
Elegant Colima Squash Effigy Olla Click on these links to view larger photos: 1- 2- 3- 4 Pre-Columbian. West Mexico, Colima Culture, ca. 200 BCE to 300 CE. This petite olla shows an attractive, highly burnished(polished) surface with a lobed exterior associated with squash forms and gracefully attenuated neck. 3"T x 4-1/4"D at widest. Minimal surface wear. Replete with manganese deposits. Else intact and near choice. Provenance: Ex-Ramon Kelly Collection. Mr. Kelly is a prolific. Prominent artist of Denver, CO. Authenticity Guaranteed. All items come with a Certificate of Authenticity
Pre-Columbian COLIMA DOG INCENSE COVER w/ROGERS COA
Here is an ingeniously designed ceramic incense cover( tapadera) in the form of a standing dog. This remarkable canine figure is 7" 17.7 cm) long x 5.75" 14.6 cm) wide x 4 5/8" 12 cm) high. T he body has been expertly rejoined from two parts; overall. This remarkable 2,300 year-old figure is in excellent condition with mineral accretions that provide eloquent testimony to prolonged subsoil burial. COLIMA West Mexico Terminal Pre-Classic Period 200 B.C.E. 300 C.E. Provenance: Acquired by seller at Sotheby’s NYC galleries in 1979. Comparables: Messmacher. Miguel. Colima" INAH. 1966, Lámina 17; Dockstader. Frederick J. Indian Art of Central America" 1964. Fig. 20. $35 for prompt"Priority Mail" shipping. Delivery Confirmation" tracking service and full insurance coverage within continental U.S.A. NY ... moreresidents add 8.6% sales tax within continental U.S. Overseas buyer. Add $50 shipping. Bidders with less than 10 feedback must contact seller to verify ID or bid may be declined. Please use PayPal for immediate shipment or contact seller for alternate arrangement. Payment is expected within two days of auction’s end. GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY The authenticity of this artifact is fully guaranteed forever by the seller. A Senior Member of the American Society of Appraisers(retired) certified Pre-Columbian Art Specialist. Your vessel will be carefully packed, insured and promptly shipped with a signed and registered Certificate of Authenticity. If not to buyer’s complete satisfaction, it may be returned as received within fourteen days of purchase for a 100% refund of purchase price. All rights reserved for all countries. No part of the contents of this page may be reproduced without prior written permission of the seller. Copyright © Rod Rogers. 2014.
Pre-Columbian Fragmentary Colima Hunchback w/ROGERS COA
Here is a burnished. Solid ceramic fragmentary hunchback figure garbed in a loincloth with tassel ornamentation. This ancient effigy is 1.5" 38.1 mm) high x 2" 51 mm) wide x 1" 25.4 mm) front-to-back with losses as pictured in the accompanying images. NOTE: There are many priceless antiquities missing body parts such as the armless Venus de Milo. Noseless Egyptian Sphinx and the headless Nike of Samothrace. Despite losses, this remarkable 2,300 year-old figure is a nonetheless a collectible& desirable work of pre-Columbian ceramic art, and at very minimum cost! SEATED HUNCHBACK Fragmentary Figure Colima. West Mexico Proto-Classic Period 200 B.C.E. 300 C.E Von Winning. Hasso. The Shaft Tomb Figures of West Mexico, 1974, p.97, fig.8. Messmacher. Miguel. Colima" INAH, 1966, Lámina 9; Gallagher. Jacki. Companions ... moreof the Dead" 1983, p.45, fig. 28, 29. GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY The authenticity of this artifact is fully guaranteed by the seller. A longtime Senior Member of the American Society of Appraisers(retired) Certified Specialist in Pre-Columbian Art. Your antiquity will be shipped with a signed and registered Certificate of Authenticity that includes a photo. Description, provenance and chronology of your acquisition. $14.50 shipping and"Delivery Confirmation" tracking service continental U.S.A. NY residents add 8.63% sales tax. Overseas buyer. Please add $24.95 for prompt shipping. IMPORTANT: Buyers with fewer than ten(or private) feedback. Please contact seller ASAP before placing bid or risk bid cancellation; thank you. Please use PayPal for immediate shipment; payment is expected within two days of auction’s end. Images may be enlarged to provide greater detail. Wood base is a display prop only and not included in sale. All rights reserved for all countries. No part of the contents of this page may be reproduced without prior written permission of the seller. Copyright © Rod Rogers. 2014.
PRE-COLUMBIAN ART Ancient West Mexican CERAMIC SCULPTURE Nayarit Jalisco Colima
Description: Title: Arte Prehispanico del Occidente de Mexico. Translated from Spanish this is Prehispanic Art of Western Mexico. Author: Hasso Von Winning. With editors Phil C. Wiegand and Eduardo Williams Publisher: El Colegio de Michoacan. Secretaria de Cultura de Jalisco, Zamora, Michoacan, Mexico Copyright Date and Edition: 1996. First printing. Limited to 1,000 copies 9686959513. 9789686959512 Pages: 487 pages Format. Size: Hardcover with dust jacket. 6 1/4" by 9 1/4" Language: Spanish text only Text: Introduction Anecdotal Ancient Sculptures from Western Mexico: Models of House; Bedridden Figures. Rituals of Mexico. A Village Scene in Ceramic(Pottery) from Old Nayarit Representation of Pathological Symptoms(Figures with Medical Conditions) in Pre-Columbian Mexico Mexican Figurines with Two Heads The Chair(Equipal) of Western ... moreMexico- A Ethnological and Archaeological Comparison The Mecapal(Backstrap) in Prehispanic Figures Notes on Mexican Throwers(Spears) A Duck Hunter from Western Mexico A Figure of a Dog in Colima An Effigy(Tomb. Burial) Vessel in the Form of a Toad from Nayarit An Unusual Incense Burner from Colima Shell Earrings from Jalisco Ritual Scenes in the Polychrome Ceramics of Nayarit Offerings on a Funeral Mound on the coast of Nayarit Cited References. Illustrations: 330 black-and-white photographs and line drawings throughout From the publisher: This collection of fourteen papers written by Dr. Hasso Von Winning exemplifies his pioneering analysis of the pre-Hispanic art of western Mexico and its iconography. This collection brings together the most complete body of texts published by Dr. Von Winning on the art of Pre-Columbian Western Mexico. From the 1950s through the 1970s. The author accumulated a large file of archaeological materials on western Mexico. Traveling to museums and private collections around the United States, Mexico and Europe, Von Winning studied, made drawings, and took photographs of thousands of objects. His systematic analysis of the ancient ceramic figurine
QSL Radio card postcard XE1WX Colima, Mexica 1954
Vintage QSL Radio card postcard XE1WX Colima. Mexica 1954.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Feog4d71f%2B%3F4f%3E-14586b6e4a0-0x10e-
Mexico M1218¦MI-COL-1(S-Unl) Tesoreria Gral. del Estado de Colima 5c (ND) Abt.G
Country/Issuer: Mexico. Tesoreria General del Estado de Colima; Catalogue# M1218¦MI-COL-1(S-Unl) Denomination: 5 Centavos- blue pasteboard; Series: ND) Condition: Abt.G with paper pull/erosion at center on face; paper pull/erosion on back at left edge and lower right corner. Quite scarce. SKU: Mex 1218 1297* The Catalogue#s BK-xxx)123)M-123) are from the 2010 Edition of Mexican Paper Money by Cory Frampton; the M# is his new number system while the BK# is his modified/updated'Douglas. CEMPM' numbering system. SCWPM S# is from The Standard Catalogue of World Paper Money, Krause Publications. Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*05e54c%3E-145991b056c-0x112-
Mexico M1211¦SI-COL-13(S-678) Tesoreria Gral del Estado de Colima 50c C1915 F/VF
Country/Issuer: Mexico. La Tesoreria General del Estado de Colima; Catalogue# M-1211¦SI-COL-13(S-678) Denomination: 50 Centavos; Series: C. 4.6.1915; Condition: F/VF with some tiny brown stain specks; 6-8 minor edge splits. SKU: Mex 1211 5913* The Catalogue#s BK-xxx)123)M-123) are from the 2010 Edition of Mexican Paper Money by Cory Frampton; the M# is his new number system while the BK# is his modified/updated'Douglas. CEMPM' numbering system. SCWPM S# is from The Standard Catalogue of World Paper Money, Krause Publications. Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution
Colima ReproductionTerra Cotta Pottery Double Headed Dog Planter
Up for consideration is a terra cotta Colima 2 headed dog planter. This piece is 12 1/2" x 6" wide& approx. 7" tall. The planter is a reproduction of an ancient Colima dog artifact& was made to look old with cracks.Chips, pock marks& such. Please do not hesitate to ask if you have a question. Almost everything that I am selling is pre-owned or vintage. I will mention any major defects or flaws. These items may not be perfect. If I do happen to list something new, it will be stated as such. I accept PAYPAL only. Please pay for item within 4 business days of auction/listing close. Thanks for looking and have fun shopping! Check out my!
MEXICAN COLIMA DANCING DOGS~Beautiful Vintage Clay Replica Of 900 YRO Clay Dogs
Beautiful Colima Mexico dancing dogs. Clay is in excellent condition. Clay has not been glazed or painted so that there is an authentic appearance that comes naturally from the firing of the clay. Purchased in Mexico over twenty years ago. Stands 6 inches high. 19 inches around at the mid area. 19 inches around the bottom. This is a copy of an original Colima figurine of two dogs dancing. The original was found approx. 900 years ago. There are no chips. Cracks, scratches. Comes from a non smoking home. And is in excellent condition. All markings and discolorations are a part of the firing of the clay and are not in anyway defects. Thank you for visiting my listing. I will wrap this item with great care for shipping.
Pre Ciolumbian Colima Hairless dog (reproduction I think)
This is a great smiling pre Columbian Colina hairless dog. It is a terra cotta clay dog. The right ear has been repaired but there is still a chip there. I think this is a reproduction but not sure. He is a great dog with a full belly. He is 9" long 5" wide. There are no markings.
MEXICO, 1868 ISSUE COVER #61, COLIMA, 1171, LETTER RE-USED -67
MEXICO. 1868 ISSUE COVER#61, COLIMA, 1171, LETTER RE-USED-67 Item Description!VIEW MY STORE: GREGG NELSON/SANTA ROSA STAMP STORE! Auction Terms& Conditions SHIPPING. HANDLING, INSURANCE/ REGISTRATION: PLEASE READ BELOW BEFORE BIDDING/BUYING! BY BIDDING/BUYING YOU ARE ACCEPTING THE TERMS OF THIS"AUCTION/BUY IT NOW" LISTED BELOW! SCOTT CATALOG NUMBERS AND VALUES ARE USED. LOTS ARE GROUPED TOGETHER FOR REDUCED SHIPPING. GREGG NELSON/SANTA ROSA STAMPS- QUALITY STAMPS FROM THE CALIFORNIA WINE COUNTRY SINCE 1968- Member: APS. MEPSI(LIFE) OFFICE: 2790 Santa Rosa Ave. Suite C, Santa Rosa, CA, 95407, USA- MAILING: P.O. BOX 6382, Santa Rosa, CA, 95406, USA- TELEPHONE: 707-579-5000- TOLL-FREE: 1-800-609-5009- FAX: 707-579-5007 SHIPPING. INSURANCE/REGISTRATION AND HANDLING COSTS: Domestic: BUY(COMBINED PURCHASES) From $4 to $35. Shipping ... moreand Handling is $2. Sent without Insurance and Shipped at Buyers Risk!BUY(COMBINED PURCHASES) From $35 to $500. Shipping and Handling is $7. BUY(COMBINED PURCHASES) From $500 to $5000. Shipping and Handling is $15.95. Shipping will be via registered mail. International BUY(Combined Purchases) from $4 to $35 you pay $4 for Shipping + Handling. No Registration and Shipped at Buyers Risk! BUY(Combined Purchases) from $35 to $5000 you pay $15.95 for Shipping + Handling. All purchases will be sent via Registered mail. California residents add 8.75% sales tax. Visa. MasterCard, Discover and American Express. For credit cards, send card number, expiration date and billing address. Usual payment options apply- Returns are only accepted for up to 15 days from the closing date of the auction/buy it now and ONLY IF ITEM IS MIS-DESCRIBED OR UNLESS an extension is granted for a certificate. All lots are sold as genuine. ANY KNOWN DEFECTS/ALTERATIONS ARE NOTED. Certificates: All costs relating to certificates are the responsibility of the buyer. ONLY APS CERTIFICATES ARE ACCEPTED- If you ha
Pre-Columbian COLIMA 2 HEADS DOG/TURTLE POT
Here is a ceramic vessel modeled in the form of a standing two-headed dog with turtle elements and four massive legs. The high-domed carapace is embellished with a notched flange and surmounted by a wide flaring spout. The four stout legs are splayed out and each canine head holds a spherical object in the mouth. This remarkable antiquity is seven inches(18 cm) long x four inches(10 cm) high x four and one-half inches(11.4 cm) wide with scattered mineral deposits and minimal restoration. COLIMA West Mexico 100 B.C.E– 250 C.E. $50 shipping. Delivery Confirmation" tracking service and full insurance coverage within continental U.S.A. NY residents add 8.63% sales tax within continental U.S. Overseas buyer pays $79.95 for prompt“Priority Mail” shipping and insurance(wherever available. Use PayPal for immediate shipment; payment is expected ... morewithin two days of auction’s end. GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY Your figure will be carefully packed. Insured and promptly shipped with a signed and registered Certificate of Authenticity including description, provenance. Condition and color photograph. All rights reserved for all countries. No part of the contents of this page may be reproduced without prior written permission of the seller. Copyright © Rod Rogers. 2014.
Pre-Columbian Colima Seated Figure on Stool w/ROGERS COA
Twenty-three long centuries have passed since spectacular ceramic figures- such as this extraordinary example- were buried in the deep shaft tombs of western Mexico. This museum-quality seated figure measures 6" 16 cm) high. 3 3/8" 8.5 cm) wide, 3.5" 14 cm) front-to-back; traces of red color. Excellent overall condition. Colima. Mexico Tuxcacuesco-Ortices Phase Protoclassic Period. 200 B.C.E. 300 C.E. $35 shipping. Delivery Confirmation tracking and full insurance coverage within continental U.S.A. NY residents add 8.63% sales tax. Please use PayPal for immediate shipment or contact seller for alternate arrangements. Payment is expected within two days of auction’s end. Overseas buyer. Please add $60 shipping. Customs and/or other importation costs are the sole responsibility of the buyer. If not to buyer’s satisfaction. It ... moremay be returned as received within fourteen days of purchase for a 100% refund of purchase price. Bidders with fewer than ten(or private) feedback" listings must contact seller before bidding to verify ID or bid may be declined. GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY The authenticity of this artifact is fully guaranteed by the seller. A longtime educator and Senior Member of the American Society of Appraisers(retired) certified Specialist in Pre-Columbian Art. Your figure will be carefully packed. Insured and promptly shipped with a signed and registered Certificate of Authenticity that includes a description. Photo, dimension, cultural provenance and chronology. If not to buyer’s complete satisfaction. Please return as received within fourteen days of purchase for a 100% refund of purchase price. This seller has been a conscientious collector and dedicated scholar of New World antiquities for over a half-century. He has complied with UNESCO. Federal/local legislation and never consciously acquired, traded in or sold illicitly recovered antiquities. All rights reserved for all countries. No part of the contents of this page may be reproduced without prior written permission of the selle
Precolumbian Masterpiece ~ Colima Double Gourd Vessel EX Land collection,CA
Precolumbian Masterpiece ~ Colima Double Gourd Vessel EX Land collection.CA COLIMA DOUBLE-GOURD VESSEL. MEXICO Fine and unusual terra cotta vessel dramatically shaped as a pair of gourds with curled necks, burnished surfaces, one with painted pattern, 200 BC-AD 250. Provenance: Land collection, San Francisco) Professional restoration to a few cracks, slight chipping to spout, heavy dendrite deposits throughout. 10' x 10 1/2' Offered with an unconditional guarantee to be authentic for as long as you own the artifact. This is a money back guarantee that never expires. Free Shipping in the USA. International pays actual cost. The Land Collection is a very important California estate. Many examples from this collection now reside in the De Young Museum, San Francisco, CA. Paypal is the preferred method of payment. Personal check and wire ... moretransfer can be accepted in certain situations. WE can ship via USPS priority mail. Parcel post, first class and UPS ground. Please email us for shipping rates. All items are considered final sale. We will only accept returns if the item was grossly misrepresented. We do not accept returns for minor flaws that were not mentioned in the description, we sell many older objects which have seen handling and use over generations, they are rarely in new condition. tribaltodd at yahoo
1914 U.S.S.Maryland Musical & Dance Program Manzanillo Colima Mexico
Up for auction is a 1914 Musical Dance Program from the USS Maryland at Manzanillo Colima Mexico. It measures 3.75 x 7.5 inches and is in nice condition with a fold in center
1907 RPPC Colima Mexico Worker on Mexican Pacific Railway RARE Rail Road Photo
Here is a RPPC real photo postal mailing card. It is a 1907 Colima Mexico and Bennington New Hampshire cancelled divided back postal mailing card. It shows what must have been the job superintendent office and him posed on horseback with U.S. Cavalry saddlebags. It was written by A. R. Ross to his sister Miss Effie Ross of Bennington. he talks about working on the railway construction project. Here is some history of the century long project. The railroad to Colima By the turn of the 19th century there was keen interest in completing a line between Colima and Guadalajara. Manzanillo was already linked to Colima. By the Mexican National Constitution Company, but this line terminated in Colima. In 1898 the franchise for this line was given to the Central Railroad, which quickly began construction. After reaching Tuxpan, 192 km later, however, ... morethey ran out of money and(1901) work had to be suspended. Their construction contract was revoked, and the concession given to an offshoot of the same company, called"Central Railroad to the Pacific" which finished the line in time for its December 12th, 1908, inauguration by President Diaz. The line had taken longer than expected to finish, partly owing to a tragic accident in 1906 when a landslide overwhelmed a tunnel which was under construction, killing 17 workers Caption is" back print describing the above" Shipping is $3.29 with double layers of cardboard protection. I am happy to offer a 99 cent shipping option if you just want the card slipped in an envelope with no protection and mailed. Ebay is driving up shipping costs for all of us. They now extract a% of each seller's shipping charge plus the additional paypal charges as well. I offer combined shipping for multiple purchases, but I will need to send an invoice because ebay automatically generates one at the closing of the auction. Enjoy and good hunting. Please feel free to ask any questions you like. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active
Pre-Columbian COLIMA TWIN ANIMALS JAR w/ROGERS COA
Here is an unusual"Duality Motif" jar in the form of two conjoined zoomorphs. This remarkable ceramic vessel measures 8.5” 21.5 cm) x 6” 15.2 cm) x 5.5” 13.9 cm) With a.5” wide rim. The scattered mineral accretions provide eloquent testimony to prolonged subsoil burial. Aside from a few insignificant rim chips which do not detract. This unusual jar is without cracks, repair or restoration and in excellent overall condition. COLIMA West Mexico Terminal Pre-Classic Period 200 B.C.E. 300 C.E. Comparable: Lee A. Parsons. Pre-Columbian Art" 1980, page 78. Figure 101. This seller has been a conscientious collector and dedicated scholar of New World antiquities for over a half-century. He has complied with UNESCO. Federal/local legislation and never consciously acquired, traded in or sold illicitly recovered antiquities. GUARANTEE ... moreOF AUTHENTICITY The authenticity of this artifact is fully guaranteed forever by the seller. A Senior Member of the American Society of Appraisers(retired) certified Specialist in Pre-Columbian Art. Your vessel will be carefully packed, insured and promptly shipped with a signed and registered Certificate of Authenticity including a description, photo, cultural provenance and chronology. If not to buyer’s complete satisfaction, it may be returned as received within fourteen days of purchase for a 100% refund of purchase price. $25 shipping. Delivery Confirmation" tracking service and full insurance coverage within continental U.S.A. NY residents add 8.65% sales tax. Overseas buyer. Add $50 shipping. Use PayPal for immediate shipment; payment is expected within two days of auction’s end. Buyers with fewer than 10 or"Private" feedbacks must contact seller and establish I.D. before bidding or bid may be declined. GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY Your artifact will be carefully packed and promptly shipped with a signed and registered Certificate of Authenticity. All rights reserved for all countries. No part of the contents of this page may be reproduced without prior writte
Precolumbian Mayan Colima Blade chips, Belize
I'm liquidating my 40 years of collections; it's time to make room for retirement. Largest chip is 1 1/4 inch long. The starting bid is low. Satisfaction is guaranteed. So bid with confidence. Shipping will be $2.50. Payment is due within seven days of the end of the auction. I will always combine items to reduce shipping costs. Thanks for looking.
Manzanillo Colima Street Scene Postcard 1960s
Postally used chrome card. Very good condition with slight wear on the top edge.
RARE COLIMA STANDING HAIRLESS DOG, Mexico Pottery Clay
Figurine. Colima Standing Hairless Dog, Pottery/Clay Photo is of actual item. Item Condition: Used. Near Mint This is a cute Colima dog with stick in mouth pottery figure. This item does not have any chips. Cracks, or other mars. There is small production defect where the stick and corner of mouth meet. Please view pictures before bidding. Thank you. Measures: 2 1/2" Tall and 4: Long. I try to list every flaw. So there are no surprises, no matter how major or minor they really are. Please e-mail me with any specific question that you might have, that I may have missed mentioning. My items are NOT mint, unless the auction states that they are. They may have small or minor marks, discoloring, or fading. Please e-mail me for specifics about items before bidding if you have concerns. My items are identified the best that I can. They are ... moresold AS IS.
Pre-Columbian Mayan Dog Figure CAA-218 Colima
Pre-Columbian Mayan Dog Figure Standing with ears nose mouth measuring 2.3"5.8cm) x 1.3"3.4cm) Colima Mexico Circa 300B.C. 300 AD CAA-218 Authenticity is guaranteed Email me with Questions Be sure to add me to your! Check out my! PAYMENT& SHIPPING Payment is due within 7 days of auction completion. We strive to ship same day and 90% of our sales ship the same day payment is received. However. We do not work on the holidays or weekends so on occasion we will ship within a few days at the most. Please don`t forget to leave positive feedback and five star rating. Our system leaves feedback automatically when we receive feedback. We strive to make every transaction a 5 star rating for both of us! Shipping is done via USPS. All items have tracking numbers which are emailed to customer. Any item valued $250 and up will have a USPS ... moresignature confirmation at no extra charge. If you would like to add insurance, please request as it is no longer an option through Ebay check out I am happy to discount shipping on multiple purchases made in the same auction week. Please wait for me to invoice you with the discount after auction ends. If you make payment, we will refund the difference. Shipping to AK, HI, PR, APO/FPO takes a little longer to arrive. Please do not give negative feedback or claim item has not arrived due to the post office delay Questions are usually answered within 24 hours, so please contact us with any questions or problems. We strive to resolve all questions/issues. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS Shipping Cost tend to be a little higher than US shipping costs for items. Any item $76 dollars and up is shipped registered. Insured and usually runs about 17-20 dollars depending on price and weight of item. Import duties, taxes, and charges(typically collected upon delivery or pickup) are the buyer's responsibility and are not included in the item price or shipping charges. Please check with your country's customs office prior to bidding/buying to determine what these additional costs will be. We cla
Ancient Pre Columbian Mexican Colima Pottery Dog With Human Face 600 AD
Origin:Mexico Circa: 400 AD to 600AD Dimensions: 9" long x 4 1/2" wide x 4 high Condition: Superb. With the usual very minor losses. No repairs. Dogs were revered and respected in ancient Mexico's Indian culture. The"Colima Dog. a distant relative of the Mexican Hairless and the Chihuahua, may have been a pet, or it may have been fattened for eating- or both! Among the early colonial immigrants, a Jesuit Priest, Sahagún, examined and wrote of the things concerning the"new" lands of America. Regarding these dogs of Colima, which are generally portrayed as quite fat, even grotesquely so, but many of which have happy faces, he says, The dogs of this land have four names, called: Chichi, Itzcuintli, Xochiocoyotl, Tetlamin; and also tehuizotl… They raise other dogs that they call Xoloitzcuintli with no hair at ... moreall… There are other dogs that are called tlalchichi, short and round, that are very good to eat" It is believed that the hairless dogs. The Xoloitzcuintli, represented the god Xolotl, who had the task of guiding the dead on their journey to"Mictlan, that is, the Spirit World. The Aztecs believed that in order for the souls of the dead to reach"Mictlan" they had to cross the black river"Apanoayan" as well as overcoming other obstacles, and these hairless Xoloitzcuintlis had the task of guiding their human masters across this river, along with helping them overcome all the other difficulties on the journey. It is said that these red-colored dogs became the chosen guide because for a black dog to the perform the task, it was found to be difficult to distinguishing its black shape on a black river, in the murky underworld. When a white dog was approached as a substitute, that dog refused because it didn't want its coat soiled by the dark waters. The red dog then stepped up to the task and performed it well. I SELL ITEMS AS IS. MY ITEMS ARE BOUGHT FROM AUCTIONS.I HAVE NO INFORMATION ABOUT THEIR HISTORY. I AM NOT A SHOP NOR A DEAL PHOTOS ARE AN ESSEN
RARE Pre-Columbian COLIMA STANDING HAIRLESS DOG, 300 BC
RARE Pre-Columbian COLIMA STANDING HAIRLESS DOG. 300 BC, Click to View Image Album Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 This is a magnificent museum quality Pre-Columbian COLIMA STANDING HAIRLESS DOG. Western Mexico, Late Pre-Classic Period, circa 300 B.C. A.D. 300. This magnificent sculpture of a standing dog. Which was adored for its docile mannerism and its healing attributes, has a prominent snout with its mouth open and detailed teeth, prominent eyes and alert pointed pierced ears and spout tail. It is beautifully painted overall in a burnished light and deep orange brown and black, with sculpted muscular and facial details around the eyes and snout. It measures 14 ½” L. 7” W. 8 ¼” H. and is in good original intact condition aside from a reattached right front leg, restored tip of the left ear and natural root marks on the underside. ... morePROVENANCE: This item comes directly from the estate of a Beverly Hills Pre-Columbian art collector and was legally imported into the United States prior to 1970. Authenticity is GUARANTEED. Similar examples sell in major antiquities galleries for over $10.000. Please scroll down on the item description to view additional photographs. Shipping is $60.00 within the US only. Please email for international shipping rates. Payment is due within 2 days. Please view my other auctions and eBay store for additional museum quality fine art and collectibles, including other fine Pre-Columbian items. Colima dogs were patterned after a hairless variety of ancient dog known as the Techichi. Some scholars have speculated that the Colima believed dogs were emissaries of Xolotl. The god of the dead. As such, dogs were envisioned as a guide to lead the spirits of the dead to their resting place in the underworld and such representational objects might have been interred with the deceased. Despite their possible connection with the dead, the representations of these dogs often take on a playful and charming demeanor. Other scholars have noted that this variety of dog was bred as a delica
Ancient Colima Redware Dog Pre-Columbian Art Mexico - West Coast Ca. 100 B.C
Ancient Colima Redware Dog Pre-Columbian Art Mexico- West Coast Ca. 100 B.C.250 A.D. Colima. Mexico. Ca. 100 B.C.250 A.D. Size: 14-1/2”L. x 9-3/4”H. Description: Redware pottery standing dog having an upcurled tail. Perked ears and cylindrical snout, toothy mouth and round eyes. Small spout at the top center of head. Strong scattered mineral deposits on the surface. Some restoration to spout and tips of both ears. Provenance: Bill Freeman Estate Collection. Scottsdale AZ. NM. acquired 1960s-1980s. Guaranteed Authenticity. SKU# WWDL For further information please call 212 3191077 Froo www.froo.com | Froo Cross Sell. Free Cross Sell, Cross promote, eBay Marketing, eBay listing Apps, eBay Apps, eBay Application.
Fine Pre Columbian Canine Rattle: Colima 150BC - 250AD
This is a fine Pre Columbian rattle. It is from Colima. Western Mexico circa 150BC- 250AD. THis rattle is in the shape of a dog and stands on all four legs with it's mouth wide open and with pointy ears and curved tail. This item retains white pigment over the terra cotta and is worn and/or faded in areas. One rear foor has an ancient ship on it. Originally purchased on eBay from the FernandezLeventhal Gallery in 2001. 4.25" long x 2.5" tall. Please inspect pictures carefully. This ancient item is sold As Is. Visit: www.stores.ebay.com/jackedwardscollection for more great items like this! RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp73%28e013%3F%3E%3A-146c69da299-0x116-
LARGE Pre-Columbian COLIMA TERRACOTTA SEATED DOG VESSEL, circa 300 B.C.
LARGE Pre-Columbian COLIMA TERRACOTTA SEATED DOG VESSEL. Circa 300 B.C. Click to View Image Album This is a magnificent museum quality LARGE Pre-Columbian COLIMA TERRACOTTA VESSEL IN THE FORM OF A SEATED DOG. Western Mexico, Late Pre-Classic Period, circa 300 B.C. A.D. 300. This magnificent sculpture of a seated dog. Which was adored for its docile mannerism and its healing attributes, has a prominent snout with its mouth open and detailed teeth, prominent eyes and alert pointed ears and tail. The head of the dog is surmounted by the funnel-top neck and mouth of the vessel. It is beautifully painted overall in a burnished light and deep orange reddish brown and black, with sculpted muscular details. It measures an impressive 15” L. 6 ¼” W. 10 ¾” H. and is in good original intact condition with natural wear and root marks in parts ... moredue to its extreme age. PROVENANCE: This item comes directly from the estate of a Beverly Hills Pre-Columbian art collector and was legally imported into the United States over 50 years ago. Authenticity is GUARANTEED. Similar examples sell in major antiquities galleries for over $6.000. Please scroll down on the item description to view additional photographs. Shipping is $50.00 within the US only. Please email for international shipping rates. Payment is due within 4 days. Please view my other auctions and eBay store for additional museum quality fine art and collectibles, including other fine Pre-Columbian items. Colima dogs were patterned after a hairless variety of ancient dog known as the Techichi. Some scholars have speculated that the Colima believed dogs were emissaries of Xolotl. The god of the dead. As such, dogs were envisioned as a guide to lead the spirits of the dead to their resting place in the underworld and such representational objects might have been interred with the deceased. Despite their possible connection with the dead, the representations of these dogs often take on a playful and charming demeanor. Other scholars have noted that this variety of dog w
RARE Pre-Columbian COLIMA DOG VESSEL, 300 BC - AD 300
RARE Pre-Columbian COLIMA DOG VESSEL. 300 BC- AD 300, Click to View Image Album Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 This is a superb. Museum quality RARE Pre-Columbian Colima Vessel in the Form of a Dog. Western Mexico, Late Pre-Classic Period, circa 300 B.C. A.D. 300. This magnificent dog vessel. Which was adored for its docile mannerism and its healing attributes, has a prominent snout with its mouth open, spout tail, prominent eyes and alert pointed ears and tail. It is beautifully painted overall in a burnished light and deep orange brown and with sculpted muscular and facial details around the eyes and snout. Boldly abstract yet completely canine, this cheerful dog looks up as if just waking up from a nap. Originally intended to hold a tomb offering of food or drink, his form has been adapted to his function. With a spouted body shaped ... morelike a plump'O, only his head and tail are clearly defined. It measures 9” L. 6” W. 7” H. and is in good original intact condition aside from two stress cracks. PROVENANCE: This item comes directly from the estate of a Beverly Hills Pre-Columbian art collector and was legally imported into the United States over 70 years ago. Authenticity is GUARANTEED. Similar examples sell in major antiquities galleries for over $6.000. Please scroll down on the item description to view additional photographs. Shipping is $30.00 within the US only. Please email for international shipping rates. Payment is due within 4 days. Please view my other auctions and eBay store for additional museum quality fine art and collectibles, including other fine Pre-Columbian items. Colima dogs were patterned after a hairless variety of ancient dog known as the Techichi. Some scholars have speculated that the Colima believed dogs were emissaries of Xolotl. The god of the dead. As such, dogs were envisioned as a guide to lead the spirits of the dead to their resting place in the underworld and such representational objects might have been interred with the deceased. Despite their possible connection
Lobed Colima Vessel
Small Colima vessel. Pre-Columbian 200BC ~ 200AD Height 3.5" Width of Mouth 1 3/4" Delicately formed polychrome red-ware lobed vessel. Chip on rim of mouth. Please inquire for int'l. shipping rates. Thank-you.
GIANT PRECOLUMBIAN COLIMA POTTERY SQUASH JAR
EXQUISITE GIANT COLIMA SQUASH POT Approx. 2.000 years old* Colima is a State in Mexico and originates from the West Coast of Mexico. respected and known for their stunning shades of red clay with exceptional high quality! VERY REFINED AND INTENSE STONE POLISHING is WHAT MAKES IT SHINE NOT A SLIGHT TASK! STUNNING SHADES OF VARIOUS REDDISH COLORS with ALL SHADES GLISTENING! NOT AN ORDINARY PIECE! TEXTURED ALL THE WAY AROUND ADDS TO THE CHARM AND PARAMOUNT APPEAL* CONDITION IS PHENOMENAL* EXCEEDINGLY DESIRABLE TO ADD TO A COLLECTION or TO SIMPLY ENJOY and ADMIRE for: AGE CONDITION and HISTORY* A SENSATIONAL FIND* Circa 200 B.C. 200 A.D. Approx. Size: 8 1/2 INCHES TALL 11 INCHES ACROSS
PRE-COLUMBIAN COLIMA/PIHUAMO STANDING FIGURE w/ROGERS COA
Here is a tall. Hand-modeled ceramic female figure decorated with red, brown and black paint. This imposing figure stands stable and erect with truncated arms looped to her sides. There is long. Black-painted"hair" behind her head and she is adorned with black-painted"donut" ear-ornaments. A domed cap surmounted by a small vent-hole, large. Oval"coffee-bean" eyes, a protuberant nose, slightly open mouth, nubile breasts and is undraped except for her red-painted barrel skirt. 14.5" 37cm) tall. 7" 18cm) wide and 3.5" 9cm) front-to-back. Without cracks. Repair or restoration, this remarkable ancient effigy is in EXCELLENT CONDITION. Standing Female”Pihuamo” Figure Jalisco. West Mexico Protoclassic Period. 200 B.C.E. 200 C.E. Provenance: Acquired by the seller at the New York City Sotheby's/Parke-Bernet ... moreGalleries in 1979. Comparables: Von Winning“Shaft Tomb Figures of West Mexico, fig. 332. Winner adds $50 for prompt shipping. Delivery Confirmation tracking and full insurance coverage within contiguous U.S.A; NY residents add 8.63% sales tax. Please use PayPal(within two days) for immediate shipment. Overseas buyer please add $75 shipping; customs or other importation costs are the sole responsibility of the buyer. Bidders with fewer than ten(or private) feedback" listings must contact seller to verify ID or bid may be cancelled. GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY The authenticity of this artifact is fully guaranteed by the seller. A longtime Senior Member of the American Society of Appraisers(retired) Certified Specialist in Pre-Columbian Art. Your antiquity will be shipped with a signed and registered Certificate of Authenticity. This seller has been a conscientious collector. Educator and dedicated scholar of New World antiquities for over a half-century. He has complied with UNESCO, federal/local legislation and never consciously acquired, traded in or sold illicitly recovered antiquities. If not to buyer’s complete satisfaction. Figure may be returned as received with
Pre-Columbian Colima Terracotta Female Figure C. 200 BC- 200AD
Pre-Columbian Terracotta female figure. Colima. West Coast Mexico. C. 200 BC- 200AD. 6 1/2" tall in excellent condition.
Pre-Columbian Colima Mayan Terracotta figure CAA-13
Pre-Columbian Colima Mayan Terracotta Female Figure headdress.Necklace, Earspools, arms are holding Child 21.8cm x 10.3cm x 3.7 cm Field repair to legs. Head, and right arm loss to part of necklace Colima Mexico.Circ 100BC- 300AD from a large Tucson Arizona Professors Collection collected in the 1950"s CAA-13 Authenticity is guaranteed email with questions put me on your favorite sellers Page PAYMENT& SHIPPING Payment is due within 7 days of auction completion. We strive to ship same day and 90% of our sales ship the same day payment is received. However. We do not work on the holidays or weekends so on occasion we will ship within a few days at the most. Please don`t forget to leave positive feedback and five star rating. Our system leaves feedback automatically when we receive feedback. We strive to make every transaction a 5 star ... morerating for both of us! Shipping is done via USPS. All items have tracking numbers which are emailed to customer. Any item valued $250 and up will have a USPS signature confirmation at no extra charge. If you would like to add insurance, please request as it is no longer an option through Ebay check out I am happy to discount shipping on multiple purchases made in the same auction week. Please wait for me to invoice you with the discount after auction ends. If you make payment, we will refund the difference. Shipping to AK, HI, PR, APO/FPO takes a little longer to arrive. Please do not give negative feedback or claim item has not arrived due to the post office delay Questions are usually answered within 24 hours, so please contact us with any questions or problems. We strive to resolve all questions/issues. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS Shipping Cost tend to be a little higher than US shipping costs for items. Any item $76 dollars and up is shipped registered. Insured and usually runs about 17-20 dollars depending on price and weight of item. Import duties, taxes, and charges(typically collected upon delivery or pickup) are the buyer's responsibility and are not included in the ite
Erotic Precolumbian sculpture; Colima, Mexico, female nude, pre-columbian art
2.000 year old gingerbread woman(1) Very rare example of erotic Precolumbian art. This is a Colima gingerbread woman. West Mexico, 1,800-2,200 years old. Terracotta sculpture- in a style similar to other Colima. Classic period(200 B.C. 200 A.D. flat, standing, nude females(which can be seen on the internet by searching for"Precolumbian Colima sculpture" except that this one has a huge mons and buttocks. Other features include: otherwise flat profile; small breasts; pouty. Open lips; stylized. Minimalist face; ear rings; hair in 2 buns on top of head; thick neck; broad shoulders; truncated hands and feet; and orange clay color slightly mottled from uneven heat in firing and/or age(particularly visible on the back) Comparables sell for about $4.000 at Christie's Auction House. 2) Dimensions. 6 inches high(about 16 centimeters) ... more3) Condition. Mint. Pristine, museum quality. 4) Provenance. I bought this sculpture in 1967 from a source I trusted who I met in the home of my friend Kurt Stavenhagen in Mexico City when I was an anthropology student at the Universidad de las Americas. Kurt Stavenhagen was a Wikipedia-worthy collector of Precolumbian sculpture to whom I was introduced by Ferdinand Anton- a German anthropologist and photographer who filmed my family exploring the Maya ruins at Chichen Itza in 1964 for a movie he made for Time/ Life Magazines and German television which compared modern art. Such as Picasso and Henry Moore, with ancient art like the Maya. I also studied how to distinguish an authentic precolumbian sculpture from a fake: 1) provenance; know the source; 2) study precolumbian anthropology; see what's in the museums and the books; 3) lick. Or otherwise wet, the object and see how long it takes to dry; ancient ceramics take a long time to dry because they are more porous than new ceramics. 5) Shipping. No charge for a U.S. address. $10 off if you purchase more than one listing and I can ship more than one item in one package. There is ONE $10 discount. Even if you purchase
Pre-Columbian Colima Cylinder Terracotta Clay ROLLER SEAL STAMP Possibly Olmec
For your Bidding Consideration in this Auction is a Terracotta CYLINDER STAMP ROLLER. Used in decorating Textiles and possibly human skin for festive occasions. In overall nice condition! This is an expertly crafted piece(please note the detail) It measures@ 3 1/4" long x 2 3/16" diameter. It has a wonderful geometric pattern incised into the clay, probably from the Colima culture but has similarities to Olmec(making it potentially considerably older) as well with the double incised lines. Please view photos for your consideration. It is in very nice condition with no chips or cracks. Please note. I am selling out a private collection of Pre-Columbian pieces over the next few months so please see my other listings as I do offer combined shipping. This item for auction is one of those pieces. The owner acquired this personally from ... morean antiquities gallery in Cartagena. Colombia in the mid 1980's. There is not an accompanying COA nor have I had it analyzed myself by an expert. I am listing it as-is so please view photos and bid based on your knowledge and ask questions. I will try my best to provide good, close up photos and answer your questions to the best of my ability. SELLERS TRADE PRACTICES: I want your Bidding and Purchasing experience with me to be a satisfactor y one in every way. I have provided a few thoughts below to help you understand my practices and what has proven to work successfully for me and over 5000 of my customers in ensuring an above satisfactory transaction here on Ebay. Please let me know if you have any questions or comments! FEEDBACK: I gladly provide POSTIVE FEEDBACK once our transaction has been completed to your satisfaction and I have recieved your Positive Feedback. PAYMENT: I accept Paypal payment and you should pay for your items within 4 days of the Auction close. I use Ebay's system for payment reminder and notification. LISTING/ ITEM DESCRIPTION: Please ask questions- I try and describe items as best I can. And add corresponding Photos, but I don't always
MEXICO 2005 $100 PESOS COLIMA BIMETALLIC SILVER EXCELLENT CONDITION
SPECIAL SALE! This auction is for a SILVER BIMETALLIC coin of México DENOMINATION STATE DATE SERIE KM# CONDITION* 100 PESOS COLIMA 2005 1st 729 AU* Grading is subjective. Grading. Images, and descriptions are provided as tools to assist the bidder in determining his/her assessment of the item. 33.94 g. Bimetallic.925 SILVER 16.812 g. center in Alluminum-Bronze ring. 34.5 mm. I´m not a professional. Please, SEE the SCANS. You will receive what you see. IMPORTANT NOTICE: I will send this item on JULY 7 th. 2014, from FLORIDA by FIST CLASS MAIL I combine shipping for save $ Thanks for look! Do you want to see more notebanks or coins? Please. Click here. PAYMENT TERMS: PayPal is the only method of payment I can accept. Payment due within 3 days. I will send this item on JULY 7th. 2014, from FLORIDA by FIST CLASS MAIL
vint. Pc Colima, Portal Medellin con coches
Bartko-Reher For all my other offers. Click here Pc Colima. Portal Medellin con coches. For larger image. Click at the picture. 5046114 postally unused. In good condition Payment: Paypal is welcome! Free shipping All offered items are always 100% Original! click here for more items of Colima
Vintage Colima Terracotta Art Pottery Standing Warrior Man Figurine Sculpture
Welcome you are viewing a great terracotta from Colima Mexico. Is a Standing Warrior Man using a strange suit. It looks like, it's from West Mexico, Colima, ca. 300 BCE- 300 CE. but I believe this beauty was made 10 or 12 years ago using the same technique as 1000. Years ago. This Colima figurine sculpture is in the form of a Warrior in defend pose? The surfaces shows this culture's signature duotone. Red and brown slip decoration, that was meticulously. Burnished to create a lustrous finish. The ancient Colima culture never built extensive pyramid complexes found in other parts of Mesoamerica; however. They were obsessed with the cult of the live and deceased. The indigenous buried their dead in deep shaft-chamber tombs. Which were filled with rich ceramics. Regardless of his identity. The piece is striking for its animated nature. ... moreThis beauty I, believe is a very fine new pottery from Colima Mexico Very original sculpture. Extra add to your home décor or great addition to your indigenous art collection. Measure 10 1/2 inch high x 6 1/2 inches wide. weight 2 1/4 LBS It look in excellent vintage looking. No chips cracks or any repair. I am 100% sure you will love it! Hello international buyer please check the prices rates of your item before bid or buy! Payment terms: Currently PayPal is the only accepted method of payment. All payment must be received within 4 days of the auction end. Or the item will be re-listed. No extension will be granted unless arrangements have been made prior to placing your bid. Shipping and Handling: All items are shipped promptly via USPS Priority mail. Monday through Friday. For any other method. Contact me prior to purchase. I pack mine items well to prevent damage. And ship is based on actual weight and side or distance of the item. Please use eBay shipping calculator to determine shipping cost. I do not charge any large pack and“handing” fees and Multiples item can be combined upon request as long as I don’
COLIMA Volcanic Obsidian SPEAR BLADE Pre Columbian WEAPON 100BC 7¾" 19½cm XLNT!
Click picture to enlarge image size. ~. ~. ~ Pre Columbian COLIMA Obsidian SPEAR BLADE C O L I M A Mexico Ca. 100 BC- 250 A.D. Striking Rare Colima Mahogany Obsidian Spear Blade. Beautiful mahogany volcanic glass with black veining ~ Bifacial(flaked on both sides) showing supreme flaking skills ~ leaf shaped blade tapering to a point at ends. Choice mahogany obsidian. A volcanic glass the Colima culture used as an excellent tool making material. Such blades are seen in pottery depictions of warriors of the Colima culture in battle scenes and in individual figures who menacingly display the Often found as caches.Obsidian blades also appear to have had ritual significance and would have been necessary in the afterlife. Excellent condition; a minor chip to at bottom edge; else intact. Provenance: Ex. Lucia Meza collection. Acquired in the 1960s. ... moreLength: 7-3/4 in. 19.5 cm) Custom Mounted-overall mounted height 10 in. 25.5 cm) ~. ~. ~. ~. ~. ~. ~. ~ OUR GUARANTEE: All illustrations are of the actual item offered. The authenticity of all pieces is fully guaranteed. Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity-Any item ever shown otherwise may be returned unaltered for full refund less shipping. Also. If item purchased is not to your satisfaction you may return it unaltered within 30 days of purchase for a full refund less shipping. We also guarantee absolute discretion and confidentiality in all transactions. © Copyright 2012-2014 ZEUS GALLERY eBay ID zeus_gallery. Comes with our Gallery C.O.A. International payments accepted include Moneybookers/Skrill. Transfers. Images are not actual size Please see description for actual measurements. Click here to view my other auctions. Click Here. Double your traffic. Get Vendio Gallery- Now FREE!
Ancient Pre-Columbian Figure, missing one hand. Colima Mexico
Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Colima Mexico Flat Figure. Missing one hand. The dark orange terra-cotta figure has ear ornaments, necklace with two medallions and head band. Stand included. Circa. 300-100 BCE. Condition: Restored in the leg areas. Missing one hand. Otherwise good for its age. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Dimensions: 8” x 3.5” x 1.5” Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE ... moreNormal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE PLEASE NOTE: We are a working jewelry store and gallery and are not available to answer questions on weekends. All of our pieces are Guaranteed Genuine. No reproductions! All items are sold AS IS. Supplementary images can be supplied upon request. Return policy: We offer a(3) three-day inspection period and refund of purchase price. Less a 10% re-stocking fee, for return of item in original condition within(7) seven days- ONLY if item is not as described. Buyer will pay return shipping cost. Please ask questions before bidding or purchasing. ABB 799.106 09 No international returns.
1991 Hotel Stationery Envelope - LAS HADAS MANZANILLO HOTEL, COLIMA MEXICO
Old Stationery- Envelope Las Hadas Manzanillo Hotel Colima. Mexico Description: Item Las Hadas Manzanillo Hotel- Old Envelope Location Colima. Mexico Chain Leading Hotels of the World. Hoteles Camino Real& Westin Hotels Resorts Size 4" x 7 1/2" approx Condition creases(see image for details) Period 1991 Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
RX/ Medical Ad Figurine Male Figure w/ Skin Lesions Colima Mexico Terracota
RX/ Medical Ad Figurine Male Figure w/ Skin Lesions Colima Mexico Terracota This figurine was used as advertisment by a Pharmacudical company out of Germany(Schering) to promote the drug Valisone; they were given to doctors. It is in a pre-Columbian style. The base reads' Male figure with skin lesions Colima. Mexico- ca. 400-800 A.D" The figurine is made out of a Terracota like material, and sits on a wood base. The two pieces are not attached(see pictures) Your item ships USPS Priority Mail and will arrive 2-3 days upon shipment. Your item will be shipped 1-3 days upon Paypal Checkout. Usually same or next day. Please note* should you desire a lesser shipping cost message me before checkout and your item will be sent Standard Mail and will arrive within 2-9 days. Should you have any questions regarding this item, please message ... moreme. Many thanks for viewing this item!
A Fine Pre-Columbian Colima Plump Standing Dog, Protoclassic, ca. 100 BC-AD 250
A Fine Pre-Columbian Colima Plump Standing Dog. Protoclassic, ca. 100 B.C. to A.D. 250. This bulbous hollow ceramic standing figure of a dog. Burnished with red to reddish-brown slip overall, dates to the Protoclassic Period of the West Mexican Colima sculptural tradition and the Comala sub-style, ca. 100 B.C. to A.D. 250. This standing dog has incised eyes and perked up ears, displaying a very alert expression. The tail is a spout, the sides are fattened, and this pup's surface is endowed with a rich patina and copious manganese oxide deposits and ancient root markings overall. FSA:EA Comparisons: Please see"Sculpture of Ancient West Mexico: Nayarit. Jalisco, Colima, The Proctor Stafford Collection" M. Kan, C. Meighan, H.B. Nicholson, P. 150, Fig. 149, LACMA, Los Angeles, CA, 1989 for a related example of this style of pup ... morefrom Colima. Provenance: This dog was purchased from Leonard Kaplan of Laguna Beach, CA for a private collection in 1965. Our low overhead allows us to offer high quality objects at well below market prices. We collect and offer exclusively interesting ancient and tribal objects with the highest art aesthetic available in each price range. Every object is sold with an unconditional guarantee of authenticity, which never expires. Height: approx. 6.6 in. 16.8 cm. Length: approx. 11.1 in. 28.2 cm. Condition: The left ear has been rejoined to the head. This hollow sculpture is otherwise intact and in fine condition. All pigments and clay are original. About Anthropos Fine Art Founded in 1976 in the Los Angeles area as the Anthropos Gallery. Specializing in Ancient and Tribal sculpture from the Old as well as the New World: Egyptian, Mediterranean, Pre-Columbian, and North American Indian and Eskimo Art, we are now exhibiting at the brick and mortar location of 860 Glenneyre Street, Suite 2, in Laguna Beach, California 92651. Appointments are always best for specific viewings. Please visit our exhibit at the Whitehawk Antique American Indian& Ethnographic Show in Santa Fe, NM in m
MINTY ANTIQUE SCARCE SILVER INLAID COLIMA SPURS ~FANCY 2 COLOR CHUMITIADO STRAPS
i000000. MINTY ANTIQUE SCARCE SILVER INLAID COLIMA SPURS ~ FANCY 2 COLOR CHUMITIADO STRAPS Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Description: CLICK ON THE IMAGES TWICE TO ENLARGE ~ HARD TO FIND ~ ANTIQUE MINTY FOLK ART ~ ~ SILVER INLAID COLIMA SPURS ~ ~ FANCY 2 COLOR CHUMITIADO STRAPS ~ These are Minty& Scarce pattern Antique hand forged. Early style 2 piece silver inlaid Colima spurs with SUPER WIDE heel bands and fancy two color wool embroidered chumitiado(caterpillar) spur straps. These spurs are called Colima spurs, and are from the city and state of Colima, Old Mexico. They are quite scarce, and are known for a Folk Art Quality of forging and inlays. Both the quality of iron forging ... moreand the silver inlays on Colima spurs are very different. The Iron is hand chiseled and the silver is hammered into these grooves; then the edges are hammered inward to secure the silver in the grooves. This style is only used on spurs from this area. And the techinque was handed down for generations. The inside measurement of the heel bands at the open end is about 3" And will fit a Man's boot. The spurs measure about 6 5/8" long overall. BIGGER is better. The SUPER WIDE heel bands are about 1 5/8" tall! and the outside heel bands have a silver inlaid decorated border pattern with 2 center panels in a stylized design and a traditional"Aztec" border with lots of the original charcoal bluing in the back ground. The inside heel bands and shanks are charcoal blued, as is typical of this style spur that are almost always single mounted; thinned in spots from genuine wear, but most remains. The outside buttons are hand forged, about 7/8" in diameter, with 4 silver inlaid leaves and 4 triangular decorations. The 7/8" diameter inside buttons are plain iron with almost all the original charcoal bluing. All the buttons and swingers are original and c