Indian Artifact Auction
Saturday March 17, 2018 - 10:00 a.m.
The Old Barn Auction is proud to announce a
Prehistoric & Historic Artifact sale on March 17, 2018 featuring
collection of The Late Lorraine V. Eyink (March 14, 1946 – April 22,
2017). Lorraine operated a lucrative antique business for over 36
years, dealing in antique malls throughout the Midwest and owning her
own shop in Van Wert, Ohio for a time. She was also an avid
collector, with a particular interest in Indian art and
artifacts. Most of the items for sale at this auction were from
her private collection, ranging from Navajo Jewelry to a large standing
wood Indian. Also including totem poles, folk art Iroquois
Whimseys, Indian Dolls, Beaded items, Grotesque Head Pots, pottery (old
and contemporary), baskets, moccasins, artist signed pieces, statuary,
framed artwork, Prehistoric flint, stone artifacts, and much more.
Something for everyone from the beginner to the advanced collector.
We hope you can join us for
our March Auction. There will be approximately 555 lots for the
beginner to the most advanced collector. There will be something for
everyone and you do not want to miss out on this great opportunity to
buy some outstanding relics. You won’t be disappointed.
When Shipping we recommend UPS. Past experiences
with UPS are better when there is a claim on a package, than there is
with the Postal Service Claims. It takes quite a long time to get a
claim resolved through the Postal Service.
You may bid by phone, absentee or Live internet. If
you plan to phone bid please make arrangements during the week and have
your bids in the day before the auction by 5:00 p.m. so we have time to
make out a list and assign a phone bidder for you. Also if you are
absentee bidding, either call in,email, or fax your bids.
Auction Zip link is
our ID # is 4807
There is a 10% Buyer's Premium
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