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“Big Fall Auction In Phoenix” Highlights A Fantastic Offering of Native American Material and Artifacts

Leading auctioneer of Native and Western Americana, Allard Auctions, offering internet bidding November 8th and 9th. is currently hosting the online catalog for the upcoming Big Fall Phoenix Auction being presented by Allard Auctions. is the premier online auction marketplace for Western Americana and Native Art and Artifacts, and will be offering their industry leading live bidding technology for the auction. This auction will be featuring over 900 lots of collectibles and artworks representing many categories. There will be everything from beadwork to pottery, artwork to jewelry, as well as baskets, blankets, and a host of collectibles. Collectors nationwide, as well as an international host of bidders, will be spending their time on adding to their collections.

Allard Auctions have been presenting their auctions for live internet bidding on for several years. Throughout this time they have worked with thousands of bidders and collectors and have a most exemplary record for customer service, authenticity of material, and professionalism. Their catalogs provide excellent descriptions and beautiful photos which show the amazing level of work this auction house provides each and every day.

This wonderful event is spread out on two days and features a long list of outstanding pieces. In the first session, on November 8th, there is a real standout at Lot 114. This is an original Shonaha Doll circa the 1970’s. This is an outstanding carved “Tlingit Chief” doll wearing a Chilkat blanket. There is also a lovely carved Potlach hat and staff. This is in very good condition and one of the best Allard Auctions has ever brought up for internet bidding. Pictures can be viewed in the online catalog at and the estimate is a real value for collectors at 800 USD to 1600 UDS.

A standout from the second day of the event, on November 9th, will be attracting a lot of interest from collectors around the country. This is a Navajo Pottery Jar made sometime in the late 1900’s. This has an exceptional and intricate design and is a wide pottery jar titled “Whirling Rainbow Goddesses of Mountain Way Chant”. The artist is well known innovator Lucy Leuppe McKelvey and this piece is well preserved and in outstanding condition. Bidding will be opening at 1000 UDS and this will hammer somewhere in the 2000 to 4000 dollar range.

This auction event will be broadcasting live on the internet starting at 11AM Pacific time on November 8th, and 9AM Pacific Time on November 9th. Bidders who cannot be online during the live event can leave their maximum bids in the website and let its industry leading technology bid on their behalf. Registration is secure and simple and can be done in just a couple of minutes.