original August Buermann (Frank Gilham) made horse bit

Native American Art, Western Collectibles, And Firearms Up For Auction March 14th

Saturday March 14th, 2015 continues a strong year on iCollector.com for Native American Art and Western Collectibles, as well as a banner year for firearms. Feature client North American Auction Company is holding a live auction from Bozeman, Montana with fully interactive audio and video streaming on any Mac or PC. Bidders can also bid live using their smartphones or tablets. Over 500 lots will sell to the highest bidder on auction day, and absentee bidding is available now. Secure registration is open to the public on iCollector.com today.

This auction is full of rare and collectible items of not only Native and Western collectibles, but also premium firearms, antique signs, antique furnishings, and jewelry. One of the best beaded bags to show on iCollector.com in 2015 is early in the auction at Lot 67. This is a Kiowa Strike-A-Lite beaded bag circa 1890. This piece features a harness leather base showing wonderful detail, and glass trade seed beads in various colors. Including fringe and strap this measures 23” long. This is a wonderful design and highly collectible. Absentee bids have already been left on this bag, and the estimate is this will sell in excess of $1250.

As one of the premier auction marketplaces for firearms, iCollector.com welcomes rare and highly sought after guns and rifles. North American Auction Company is showing an outstanding piece at Lot 90 in the online catalog. This is a WWII National Postal Meter US M1 Garand Carbine .30 calibre gun. This rare gun is in all original un-refinished condition and shows the correct sling and two clips. It is remarkably preserved and manufactured from Dec 1943 to May 1944. Absentee bidding is already at $650 and bidders may be willing to go in excess of $1000 to get a hold of this historical firearm.

One of the best tomahawks seen on iCollector.com this year can be bid on at Lot 150. Here is an early North Plains Native American pipe tomahawk circa 1850. This piece shows a rocker engraved tomahawk head reading “RedHeart”. There is a brass tacked carved wood stem and a brass tomahawk head and pipe bowl. This measures 25.5” L x 9.75” W and is one of the major highlights of the auction.

The auction will be streaming live, using technology from The Live Auction Group, starting at 10AM Mountain Time. Bidders not in the Bozeman area, can bid online real time or leave their bids absentee through iCollector.com and their secure marketplace. Registration is free and can be done with any email address, an existing iCollector.com, or Facebook and Google Plus accounts.