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1920's American Indian Tiny Clay Pots From School Room 1930's & 40's As Is Rare For Sale
ANTIQUE SMALL NATIVE AMERICAN CLAY POTSTHESE 2 POTS ARE FROM AN ESTATE SALE OF A TEACHER OF GRADE SCHOOL KIDS IN THE LATE 1930'S THROUGH LATE 1940'S, THESE WERE PART OF HER CLASS ROOM SHOW AND TELL OF AMERICAN INDIAN WORK, SHE HAD BASKETS TOO, WHICH HAD SOLD BEFORE I ARRIVED,, THE CLAY VASES OR POTS ARE 3 3/4 INCHES AND 3 1/4 INCHES TALL AND THE TALLER ONE, I AM THINKING IS NAVAJO, THE OTHER LOOKS OLDER, MESA INDIANS, UNKNOWN, IT IS AS IS AND HAS A CRACK AND THE BOTTOM IS NOT FLAT, THE DESIGN SHOULD TELL WHERE IT WAS MADE, INTERESTING PAIR. SCARCE ONES AND VERY COLLECTABLE.....,,..,FOR COIN BUYERS descriptions of coins are entirely subjective, we do not assign grades. We provide high quality and accurate photos so that you can see the items you are buying. Items shown in the photo are always the ones that will be shipped. BUYER PAYS SHIPPING AND HANDLING WE RECOMMEND INSURANCE ON ITEMS OF 20.00 OR MORE TO PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT === WE COMBINE SHIPPING ON MOST ITEMS FOR A BETTER SHIPPING COST. OUT OF COUNTRY CUSTOMERS WHO PURCHASE EXPENSIVE COINS, WE RECOMMEND REGISTERED MAIL, WHICH CAN BE TRACED, ADDITIONAL 30.00 FOR THAT SERVICE, WE HAVE FEW PROBLEMS OVERSEAS, BUT WHY TAKE A CHANCE. ALSO OUT OF COUNTRY CUSTOMER, THERE IS NO SURFACE SHIPPING ANY LONGER, SO HEAVY ITEMS, REQUEST SHIPPING COST BEFORE offerDING, THIS CHANGE WAS FROM THE POST OFFICE , While it is my desire to provide everyone with the best service possible, without using certified or registered mail, especially on international orders, I cannot be held responsible for things lost in the mail. There can occasionally be longer than expected wait times with the postal service, especially overseas, so please be patient. Additionally I will strive to be prompt, & courteous.
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1920's American Indian Tiny Clay Pots From School Room 1930's & 40's As Is Rare: $75