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North American Artifact Shows and Events Master List

Arrowheads.com is proud to provide for the artifact collecting community the most comprehensive list of society shows, dealer shows, educational events, and up coming artifact auctions in the United States of America. Organizers should contact the Events Editor, Steve Walker, by phone at 1-615-230-0056 between the hours of 9am thru 10pm, or email Steve at swalkerartifacts@comcast.net, or contact Associate Editors, Monty Pennington or Jewdy Pennington, Phone 859-624-2609 during the day, 859-314-1542 after 7 pm, or email events@penbrandt.com, with all the information on their event. Listings will be placed free of charge and will be accepted if relevant to the authentic artifact collecting community. Listings will also be published in the Arrowheads.com Off Line Magazine starting with the Spring issue. Let’s make 2007 one of the highest attendance years for everyone!

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Event Listings, 2007

Blue: Shows, Green: Educational Meetings / Lectures, Red: Auctions
constantly being updated and adding events.
To add your event contact Steve Walker at (615)230-0056 or email swalkerartifacts@comcast.net or call Monty Pennington or Jewdy Pennington, Phone 859-624-2609 during the day, 859-314-1542 after 7 pm, or email events@penbrandt.com
DATE SHOW / EVENT  (150 total listings) STATE AFFIL. LOCATION PHONE

Jan 6

2nd  ANNUAL WINTER SOUTHERN KENTUCKY ARTIFACT SHOW

Kentucky

N/A

Rural Development Ctr, Somerset, KY

(877) 891-2911

Jan 17 BRIDGETON TRAILS BRANCH LIBRARY EDUCATIONAL MEETING Missouri CSAS Bridgeton Trails Branch Lib, Bridgeton, MO (314) 830-4678
Jan 19-20 LORETTO ARTIFACT SHOW 14th ANNUAL Tennessee N/A Burk Civic Center, Loretto, TN (931) 762-7541
Jan 20 OLD BARN AUCTION, FINDLAY, OH Ohio N/A Old Barn Auction, Findlay, OH (419) 422-8531

Jan 21

CENTRAL STATES IOWA ARTIFACT SHOW

Iowa

CSAS

Iowa Wesleyan College, Mt Pleasant, IA

(319) 753-5806

Jan 21 ASO ALADDIN SHRINE TEMPLE ARTIFACT SHOW Ohio ASO Aladdin Shrine Temple, Columbus OH (740) 392-9774
Jan 27 FREDERICKSBURG TEXAS INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Texas N/A Lady Bird Johnson Park, Fredericksburg, TX (830) 626-5561
Feb 3 MARIETTA PEACH STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SHOW Georgia CSAS Roswell St Baptist Church, Marietta, GA (770) 977-9431
Feb 3 MSAS ARROWHEAD COLLECTORS SHOW Mississippi MSAS EMEPA Auditorium, Meridian, MS (601) 482-5131
Feb 10 SHELBYVILLE INDIANA T&T PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION Indiana N/A Bear Chase Golf Club, Shelbyville, IN (765) 763-6948
Feb 10 NORTHEAST COLUMBIA ARTIFACT SHOW S. Carolina CSAS Dupree North East, Pontiac, SC (704) 933-8986
Feb 10 LEXINGTON PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW Kentucky CSAS Holiday Inn North, Lexington, KY (859) 351-5675
Feb 11 JACKSON ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW Alabama CSAS Jackson Community Ctr, Jackson, Alabama (251) 542-9456
Feb 17 6th ANNUAL TALLAHASSEE NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACT & FOSSIL SHOW Florida CSAS Elks Lodge, Tallahassee, FL (850) 539-3125
Feb 17 TROTH AUCTIONEERING MILLER ESTATE AUCTION Ohio N/A Ashland County Fairgrounds, 2042 Claremont Ave, Ashland, Ohio (419) 289-1955
Feb 18 RIPLEY INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Ohio OAS Ripley Senior High School, Ripley, OH (513) 532-1112
Feb 18 SOUTH CENTRAL PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW Wisconsin CSAS Richfield Chalet, Richfield, WI (262) 628-1774
Feb 21 BRIDGETON TRAILS BRANCH LIBRARY EDUCATIONAL MEETING Missouri CSAS Bridgeton Trails Branch Lib, Bridgeton, MO (314) 830-4678
Feb 23-25 SOUTH CENTRAL PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW Arkansas CSAS Holiday Inn Convention Ctr, Springdale, AR (479) 649-9984
Feb 24 INDIAN ARROWHEAD & ARTIFACT SHOW Texas N/A Midlothian Community Ctr, Midlothian, TX (972) 723-5113
Feb 24 RIVERLAND INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Penn. IACANE Susquehanna Ste Electric Sta, Berwick, PA (570) 759-1792
Feb 24 GALLATIN K&W PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION Tennessee N/A WINNING BID LIST HERE (615) 330-5415
Feb 25 GALLATIN PREHISTORIC AMERICAN ARTIFACT SHOW Tennessee CSAS Gallatin Civic Center, Gallatin, TN (615) 758-5884
Feb 25 NILES MICHIGAN ARTIFACT SHOW Michigan GIRS Pickers Antique Mall, Niles, Michigan (616) 745-5700
Mar 3 TOM & DAVID DAVIS ARTIFACT AUCTION #3 AT OLD BARN AUCTION Ohio N/A Old Barn Auction, Findlay, OH (419) 422-8531
Mar 9-11 COLLINSVILLE INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Illinois CSAS Gateway Center, Collinsville, IL (217) 942-6083
Mar 9-11 COLLINSVILLE INDIAN ARTIFACT AND ETHNOGRAPHIC SHOW Illinois N/A Gateway Center, Collinsville, IL (618) 345-9823
Mar 10 TROTH AUCTIONEERING MILLER ESTATE AUCTION Ohio N/A Ashland County Fairgrounds, 2042 Claremont Ave, Ashland, Ohio (419) 289-1955
Mar 11 25TH ANNUAL HOG CREEK GAME CLUB PREHISTORIC INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Ohio N/A Hog Creek Game Club, Ada, OH (419) 643-3724
Mar 17 COLUMBUS PEACH STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SHOW Georgia CSAS F. O. Police Building, Columbus, GA (800) 851-0924
Mar 17 HILL COUNTRY INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Texas N/A Kendall Co Fairgrounds, Boerne, TX (830) 238-3795
Mar 17 NEWARK OHIO JAMES F HAHN PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION Ohio N/A Teheran Grotto Hall, Newark, OH (740) 522-3431
Mar 18 ASO ALADDIN SHRINE TEMPLE ARTIFACT SHOW Ohio ASO Aladdin Shrine Temple, Columbus OH (740) 392-9774
Mar 18 BOONVVILLE PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW Indiana CSAS Warrick Co 4-H Fairgrounds, Boonville, IN (812) 897-2417
Mar 18 LINEVILLE ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW Alabama HAC Lineville NG Armory, Lineville, AL (256) 354-4809
Mar 22 BRIDGETON TRAILS BRANCH LIBRARY EDUCATIONAL MEETING Missouri CSAS Bridgeton Trails Branch Lib, Bridgeton, MO (314) 830-4678
Mar 23-24 4TH ANNUAL NORTHEAST ARKANSAS ARTIFACT SHOW & AUCTION Arkansas CSAS CANCELLED (870) 994-2936
Mar 25 WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA GIRS ARTIFACT SHOW N. Carolina GIRS Lelia Patterson Center, Fletcher, NC (828) 242-1814
Mar 31 3RD OCALA ARTIFACT SHOW Florida N/A Ocala Auditorium, Ocala, Florida (352) 690-6678
Mar 31 RON HELMAN’S ARTIFACT AUCTION #1 AT OLD BARN AUCTION Ohio N/A Old Barn Auction, Findlay, OH (419) 422-8531
Apr 1 DURANT EASTERN IOWA ARTIFACT SHOW Iowa CSAS Durant Community Ctr, Durant, IA (309) 791-0044
Apr 7 HOLTON INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Kansas CSAS Jackson Co 4-H Building, Holton, KS (785) 364-3238
Apr 7 MARYSVILLE INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Penn. IACANE Marysville Lions Club, Marysville, PA (717) 361-1878
Apr 8 LAFAYETTE INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Tennessee CSAS CANCELLED (615) 666-5843
Apr 14 PERU PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW Indiana CSAS Miami Co 4-H Fairgrounds, Peru, IN (765) 472-7019
Apr 21 CLEMMONS NORTH CAROLINA ARTIFACT SHOW N. Carolina CSAS Village Inn Conference Ctr, Clemmons, NC (336) 998-2461
Apr 21 OLD BARN PREHISTORIC & HISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION Ohio N/A Old Barn Auction, Findlay, OH (419) 422-8531
Apr 22 BONNE TERRE INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Missouri CSAS Elementary School, Bonne Terre, MO (573) 358-3825
Apr 28 Kolomoki Archaeological Society, Inc. Georgia KAS American Legion Hall, Donalsonville, GA (229) 861-3024
Apr 28 GREEN COUNTRY OKLAHOMA ARTIFACTS SHOW Oklahoma N/A Pryor Co American Legion, Pryor, OK (918) 694-8657
Apr 29 NEWARK OHIO JAMES F HAHN PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION Ohio N/A Teheran Grotto Hall, Newark, OH (740) 522-3431
Apr 29 STARVED ROCK INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Illinois CSAS Local 150 Operating Engineer, LaSalle, IL (815) 882-2518
May 5 LELAND LITTLE INDIAN ARTIFACT AUCTION N. Carolina N/A Leland Little Auction, Hillsborough, NC (919) 644-1243
May 5 HELBING AUCTIONEERS NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACT AUCTION S. Dakota N/A Ramkota Hotel, Sioux Falls, SD (701) 428-3184
May 5 3RD ANNUAL LULING INDIAN ARTIFACT & COLLECTABLE SHOW Texas N/A Luling Civic Center, Luling, TX (830) 875-5216
May 5 DEMOTTE PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW Indiana CSAS DeMotte Christian School, DeMotte, IN (219) 987-2036
May 6 WAVERLY INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Tennessee CSAS Waverly Middle School, Waverly, TN (615) 789-5775
May 19 RON HELMAN’S ARTIFACT AUCTION #2 AT OLD BARN AUCTION Ohio N/A Old Barn Auction, Findlay, OH (419) 422-8531
May19-20 SPRINGFIELD MISSOURI INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Missouri N/A IBEW Union Hall, Springfield, MO (417) 619-3269
May 20 ASO ALADDIN SHRINE TEMPLE ARTIFACT SHOW Ohio ASO Aladdin Shrine Temple, Columbus OH (740) 392-9774 
May 26 ELIZABETHTOWN KENTUCKY PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW Kentucky CSAS Pritchard Community Ctr, Elizabethtown, KY (270) 358-3405
May 27 NEWARK OHIO JAMES F HAHN PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION Ohio N/A Teheran Grotto Hall, Newark, OH (740) 522-3431
June 2 GAINESVILLE ARTIFACT & FOSSIL SHOW Florida CSAS Holiday Inn West, Gainesville, FL  (407) 647-3074
June 2 6TH ANNUAL SPRING SOUTHERN KENTUCKY ARTIFACT SHOW Kentucky CRASK Rural Development Ctr, Somerset, KY (877) 891-2911
June 8-9 10th ANNUAL LONE STAR STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SHOW Texas GIRS Mayborn Convention Center, Temple, TX      (210) 828-5452
June 9 SHELBYVILLE INDIANA T&T PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION Indiana N/A Bear Chase Golf Club, Shelbyville, IN (765) 763-6948
June 9 ATHENS PEACH STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SHOW Georgia CSAS Athens Church of God, Athens, GA (706) 549-6883
June 10 ATHENS ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW Alabama CSAS Athens State University, Athens, AL (256) 232-0698
June 10 HENSCHEL ARTIFACT SHOW Wisconsin CSAS Henschel Indian Museum, Elkhart, WI (920) 876-3193
June 10 COLUMBUS OHIO CONVERSE PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION Ohio N/A Aladdin Shrine Temple, Columbus OH (614) 873-5471
June 16 RESERVATION RANCH INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Texas N/A Reservation Ranch, Comanche, TX (325) 356-5950
June 16 PRATTVILLE ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW Alabama HAC Doster Memorial Com Ctr, Prattville, AL (334) 365-7766
June 16-17 HANNIBAL MISSOURI ARTIFACT SHOW Missouri MRCAS Admiral Coontz Armory, Hannibal, MO (573) 735-5100
June 23 LEBANON PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW Indiana CSAS Commercial Building, Lebanon, IN (765) 485-4135
June 23 RON HELMAN’S ARTIFACT AUCTION #3 AT OLD BARN AUCTION Ohio N/A Old Barn Auction, Findlay, OH (419) 422-8531
June 23-24 23rd. ANNUAL NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACT & ANTIQUE SHOW Wisconsin N/A Sauk Co Fairgrounds, Baraboo, WI  (920) 923-3842
June 24 REED CITY MICHIGAN ARTIFACT SHOW Michigan CSAS Lincoln Township Hall, Reed City, MI (231) 832-4986
June 24 CAPE GIRARDEAU ARTIFACT SHOW Missouri CSAS Drury Lodge, Cape Girardeau, MO (573) 243-5020
June 30 JIM BOWIE DAYS INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Texas N/A Legend Bank Community Rm, Bowie, TX (940) 872-5661
July 7 3RD ANNUAL TUPELO INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Mississippi MSAS Itawamba Community College, Tupelo, MS (662) 315-1956
July 8 INDIANOLA IOWA ARTIFACT SHOW Iowa CSAS American Legion Hall, Indianola, IA (515) 238-1590
July 14 ANTIQUE HELPER’S WALTER NELSON ARTIFACT AUCTION Indiana N/A Antique Helper Auctions, Indianapolis, IN (765) 763-6948
July 14 LEHIGH VALLEY INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Pennsylvania IACANE Schnecksville Fire Co, Schnecksville, PA (610) 838-3293
July 20-22 5th ANNUAL AACA NATIONAL ANCIENT AMERICAN ARTIFACT EXPOSITION Kentucky AACA Drawbridge Inn, Fort Mitchell, KY (716) 773-8987
July 21 1ST ANNUAL BIG RIVER ARTIFACT’S SHOW Missouri N/A Admiral Coontz Armory, 301 Warren Barrett Dr., Hannibal, MO (573)-642-3444
July 21 WAXAHACHIE TEXAS INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Texas N/A Waxahachie Civic Ctr, Waxahachie, TX (972) 723-5113
July 21 MCMINNVILLE INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Tennessee CSAS Warren Co High School, McMinnville, TN (931) 934-3233
July 21 OLD BARN PREHISTORIC & HISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION Ohio N/A Old Barn Auction, Findlay, OH (419) 422-8531
July 27-28 MANCHESTER INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Ohio MAAS Manchester River Barn, Manchester, OH (937) 549-4093
July 28-29 SAEGERTOWN INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Pennsylvania IACANE American Legion Hall, Saegertown, PA (814) 398-8212
July 28 21TH ANNUAL ST LEO ARTIFACT & FOSSIL SHOW Florida N/A St Leo University Gym, St Leo, FL (352) 567-9616
July 29 SULLIVAN PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW Indiana CSAS Sullivan Co 4-H Fairgrounds, Sullivan, IN (812) 665-3786
July 29 ALEXANDRIA INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Minnesota CSAS Holiday Inn, Alexandria, MN (320) 834-4788
July 29 NEWARK OHIO JAMES F HAHN PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION Ohio N/A Teheran Grotto Hall, Newark, OH (740) 522-3431
Aug 3-5 28th ANNUAL ANTIQUE & CONTEMPORARY ARTIFACT SHOW Kentucky N/A Executive Inn Rivermont, Owensboro, KY (812) 547-3255
Aug 5 THOMSON PEACH STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SHOW Georgia CSAS Railroad Depot, Thomson, GA (706) 595-3514
Aug 11 ANNUAL CENTRAL TEXAS INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Texas LCC 300 South US Highway 281, Lampasas Texas (512) 556-5172
Aug 12 HUNTSVILLE ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW Alabama HAC Jaycee Building, Huntsville, AL (256) 534-7384
Aug 17-19 JEFFERSON CITY ARTIFACT SHOW Missouri CSAS Lodge of the Four Seasons, Lake Ozark, MO (573) 636-9667
Aug 18 TENNESSEE RIVER RELIC AUCTION Alabama N/A Webster Hotel, Sheffield, AL (256) 335-7640
Aug 19 STOUGHTON NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACT SHOW Wisconsin CSAS Mandt Community Ctr, Stoughton, WI (608) 873-6262
Aug 19 BARREN RIVER PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW Kentucky CSAS Barren River State Park, Lucas, KY (270) 782-7494
Aug 25 THE 2nd ANNUAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONFERENCE & SHOW Massachusetts ASAA Best Western Adams Inn, Quincy, MA (508) 543-6461
Aug 25 DOTHAN ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW Alabama N/A Westgate Park Gym, Dothan, AL  (334) 821-5823
Sept 8 6TH ANNUAL SPIRIT OF THE SUWANNEE INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Florida CSAS Spirit of Suwannee Music Pk, Live Oak, FL (386) 938-2653
Sept 8 NEBRASKA ARTIFACT SHOW Nebraska CSAS Seward Co Fairgrounds, Seward, NE (402) 423-5700
Sept 8-9 THE 6TH ANNUAL MID-AMERICAN ARTIFACTS & ANTIQUES SHOW Illinois N/A Belle-Clair Expo Ctr, Belleville, IL (618) 444-6889
Sept 8 MEEKER OHIO AUCTION of the collection of the late DICK PERSINGER Ohio N/A U.M. Church Fellowship Hall, 6400 St. Rt. 309, Meeker, OH (740) 387-5111
Sept 9 KEOSAUQUA IOWA ARTIFACT SHOW Iowa CSAS Van Buren Co Fairgrounds, Keosauqua, IA (319) 494-5589
Sept 15 6TH ANNUAL KENTUCKY ROAD SHOW Kentucky CRASK Rural Development Ctr, Somerset, KY (877) 891-2911
Sept 15 OLD BARN PREHISTORIC & HISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION Ohio N/A Old Barn Auction, Findlay, OH (419) 422-8531
Sept 19 BRIDGETON TRAILS BRANCH LIBRARY EDUCATIONAL MEETING Missouri CSAS Bridgeton Trails Branch Lib, Bridgeton, MO (314) 830-4678
Sept 21-22 4TH ANNUAL NASHVILLE TENNESSEE PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW Tennessee GIRS Opryland Convention Ctr, Nashville, TN (859) 792-4017
Sept 29 SHELBYVILLE INDIANA T&T PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION Indiana N/A Bear Chase Golf Club, Shelbyville, IN (765) 763-6948
Sept 29-30 LOVELAND STONE AGE FAIR - 2007 Colorado LAS 545 North Cleveland Ave, Loveland, Colorado 80537 (303) 938-6326
Sept 30 NEWARK OHIO JAMES F HAHN PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION Ohio N/A Teheran Grotto Hall, Newark, OH (740) 522-3431
Oct 5-6 IUKA INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Mississippi CSAS J P Colman State Park Lodge, Iuka, MS (662) 423-5473
Oct 6 CLEVELAND PEACH STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SHOW Georgia CSAS White Co Park & Rec Bldg, Cleveland, GA (706) 865-3244
Oct 6 SAND SPRINGS ARTIFACT & FOSSIL SHOW Oklahoma N/A Sand Springs Community Center, 420 East Plaza Ct, Sand Springs, Oklahoma 74063 (918) 640-6590
Oct 6 HILL COUNTRY INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Texas N/A Kendall Co Fairgrounds, Boerne, TX (830) 238-3795
Oct 7 5TH ANNUAL MAUMEE VALLEY ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FALL SHOW Ohio MVAS Fish & Game Club, Defiance, OH (419) 658-4415
Oct 7 FOX VALLEY INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Illinois CSAS American Legion Post 489, Yorkville, IL (630) 879-3494
Oct 7 OWATONNA ARTIFACT SHOW Minnesota CSAS Owatonna Grand Hotel, Owatonna, MN (507) 676-1095 
Oct 13 ALEXANDER CITY ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW Alabama HAC Bailey Sports Plex Gym, Alexander City, AL (256) 329-8329
Oct 20 ST. LOUIS & ST. CHARLES INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Missouri CSAS St Charles Banquet Ctr, St Charles, MO (314) 830-4678
Oct 20 NESCOPECK INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Pennsylvania IACANE Nescopeck Fire Hall, Nescopeck, PA (570) 759-1792
Oct 20 SHEFFIELD ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW Alabama CSAS Holiday Inn, Sheffield, AL (256) 247-3793
Oct 27 1ST ANNUAL SAVANNAH GEORGIA ARTIFACT & FOSSIL SHOW Georgia TSAS Alee Shriner’s Temple, Savannah, GA 31405
 
(912) 897-4999
Oct 28 MONTICELLO ARTIFACT SHOW Wisconsin CSAS Monticello H. S. Gym, Monticello, WI (608) 214-0858
Nov 4 BAXTER INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Tennessee CSAS Baxter Elementary School, Baxter, TN (931) 432-4598
Nov 4 8TH ANNUAL ROCKFORD PREHISTORIC INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Illinois CSAS Ramada Conference Ctr, Rockford, IL
Cancelled - Moved to Feb. , 2008
(815) 387-8985
Nov 4 1ST ANNUAL ROCK RIVER VALLEY SHOW Illinois CSASI Atkinson Community Center, 107 South State Street, Atkinson, Illinois  (309) 278-4540
Nov 10 HELBING AUCTIONEERS NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACT AUCTION S. Dakota N/A Ramada Inn Limited, Sioux Falls, SD (701) 428-3184
Nov 10 RED OAK IOWA ARTIFACT SHOW Iowa CSAS Montgomery Co Fairgrounds, Red Oak, IA (641) 743-6291
Nov 10 RESERVATION RANCH INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Texas N/A Reservation Ranch, Comanche, TX (325) 356-5950
Nov 10 DELEON TEXAS INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Texas N/A City Hall Auditorium, DeLeon, TX (254) 842-4945
Nov 11 ASO ALADDIN SHRINE TEMPLE ARTIFACT SHOW Ohio ASO Aladdin Shrine Temple, Columbus OH (740) 392-9774
Nov 16-18 KENTUCKY DAM PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW Kentucky CSAS Kentucky Dam State Park, Gilbertsville, KY (270) 522-8801
Nov 25 CONVERSE PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION Ohio N/A Aladdin Shrine Temple, Columbus OH (614) 873-5471
Dec 1 BENNETT’S ARTIFACT AUCTIONS Kentucky N/A The Drawbridge Inn & Convention Center, 2477 Royal Drive, Fort Mitchell, Kentucky 41017 (419) 945-2893
Dec 1 DOWNTOWN LIVE OAK ARTIFACT SHOW Florida CSAS Elks Lodge, Live Oak, FL (904) 259-4804
Dec 1 DIRK SOULIS AMERICAN INDIAN ARTIFACTS AUCTION Missouri N/A Jack-Lee’s Summit Rd, Lone Jack, MO (816) 697-3830
Dec 1 FREDERICKSBURG TEXAS INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Texas N/A Lady Bird Johnson Park, Fredericksburg, TX (830) 626-5561
Dec 2 NEWARK OHIO JAMES F HAHN PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION Ohio N/A Teheran Grotto Hall, Newark, OH (740) 522-3431
Dec 2 ANTIQUE HELPER’S RALPH W. BURNSWORTH NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACT COLLECTION AUCTION Indiana N/A Antique Helper Auctions, Indianapolis, IN (317) 251-5635
Dec 8 AFACA Artifact Show and 4th Anniversary Celebration Kentucky AFACA Best Western Holiday Plaza, 100 Eastern By-Pass, Richmond, Kentucky 40475 (859) 314-1542
           

2008 Events

Jan 5 8TH ANNUAL KENTUCKY ROAD SHOW Kentucky CRASK Center for Rural Development, 2292 South HW 27, Somerset, Kentucky 42501 (877) 891-2911
Jan 12-13 HIGGS ROCK SHOW Kentucky N/A Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park (270) 350-2158
Jan 26 FREDERICKSBURG TEXAS INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Texas N/A Lady Bird Johnson Park Pioneer Pavillion Hall, 1700 HW 16 South, Fredericksburg, Texas (830) 238-3795
Jan 27 JACKSON ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW – 20th Annual Alabama CSAS and RSAA Jackson Community House, Vanity Park Dr, Jackson, Alabama 36545 (251) 542-9456
Feb 2 MARIETTA PEACH STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SHOW Georgia CSAS, PSAS Roswell Street Baptist Church, 774 Roswell Street, Marietta, Georgia 30060 770) 977-9431
Feb 3 RIVERLAND INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW PA IACANE Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, 634 Salem Blvd, Berwick, Pennsylvania 18603 (570)759-1792
Feb 9 SOUTHERN PINES ARTIFACT SHOW NC CSAS, PAS, NC,SC Days Inn, 650 US Hwy 1 at Morganton Rd., Southern Pines, NC 28388 (704) 933-8986
Feb 9-10 LEXINGTON PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW Kentucky CSAS, Green River Holiday Inn North, 1950 Newton Pike, Lexington, Kentucky 40505 (859) 351-5675
Feb 17 RIPLEY INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Ohio OAS Ripley Senior High School ( On The River ) , Highway 52, Ripley, Ohio 45167  (513) 509-7420
Feb 23 WAXAHACHIE TEXAS INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Texas N/A Waxahachie Civic Center, 2000 Civic Center LN., Waxahachie, Texas 75165 (254) 889-3885
Feb 24 GALLATIN PREHISTORIC AMERICAN ARTIFACT SHOW Tennessee CSAS, VSAS Gallatin Civic Center, 210 Albert Gallatin Blvd, Gallatin, TN 37066 (615) 758-5884
Mar 8 COLUMBUS PEACH STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SHOW Georgia CSAS, PSAS Fraternal Order of Police Building, 8827 Heiferhorn Dr, Columbus, Georgia 31904 (800) 851-0924
Mar 15 7th ANNUAL TALLAHASSEE NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACT & FOSSIL SHOW Florida CSAS, STAS Elks Lodge, 276 North Magnolia, Tallahassee, Florida 32301
 
(850) 539-3125
Apr 19 Rochester Indian Artifact Show MN CSAS and RSAA Holiday Inn Rochester South, 1630 South Broadway, Rochester, Minnesota  56904 (507) 259-9259
Jul 27 ALEXANDRIA INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW MN CSAS and RSAA Holiday Inn, 5637 State Highway 29 S, Alexandria, Minnesota 56308 (320) 834-4788
Oct 5 OWATONNA ARTIFACT SHOW MN CSAS, GSAS Holiday Inn, 2365 NW 43rd Street, Owatonna, Minnesota 55060 (507) 645-6476
Oct 11 ALEXANDER CITY ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW AL HAS Charles E. Bailey Sports Plex Gymnasium, 1685 Arena Road, Alexander City, Alabama (256) 329-8329
Oct 18 NESCOPECK INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW PA IACANE Nescopeck Township Fire Hall, RTE 93-038 Zenith Rd, Nescopeck, Pennsylvania 18635 (570)759-1792
           

 

Event: 2ND ANNUAL WINTER SOUTHERN KENTUCKY ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: Cumberland River Archaeological Society of Kentucky
When: January 06, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Set up 5:00-9:00 PM, Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Center for Rural Development, 2292 South HW 27, Somerset, Kentucky 42501
Contact: Show Host: Danny Bray (877) 891-2911. (606) 561-4798 or email:
drocks57@wmconnect.com
Table Information: 140 eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: Free Admission
Lodging: Holiday Inn Express (606) 678-2023
              Best Western (606) 677-9000
              Comfort Inn (606) 677-1500
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Fossils, Pre Columbian or quality collectibles allowed.
                    No reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions are available at the show
Map Quest to Show:
 Map of 601 N Main St Mount Pleasant, IA 52641-1348, US

Event: BRIDGETON TRAILS BRANCH LIBRARY EDUCATIONAL MEETING
Affiliation: CSAS & the Greater St Louis Archaeological Society
When: January 17, 2007 (Always held on the third Wednesday of the month for the event) 
Meeting Hours: Come early to visit with your artifact friends at 6:30 PM, Educational Meeting 7:00-9:00 PM                                                        Where: Bridgeton Trails Branch Library, 3455 McKelvey Rd, Bridgeton, Missouri 63044
Contact: Show Host: Craig Kalkbrenner (314) 830-4678
Information: Please bring your theme artifacts to show to everyone. There are no sales at this function but you might  
                     see some nice artifacts. Anyone with interest in the talk is welcome to attend.
Admission: Free Admission to all.
Lodging: Holiday Inn (314) 298-0388
               Red Roof Inn St Louis (314) 298-9243
               Econo Lodge (314) 298-0388              
Speaker for the Meeting: Speakers to be announced.

Map Quest to Show: Map of 3455 Mckelvey Rd., Bridgeton, MO 63044-2526, US

Event: LORETTO ARTIFACT SHOW 14th ANNUAL
Affiliation: None
When: January 19-20, 2007
Show Hours: Friday Set up 12:01-7:00 PM, Saturday Dealer Set up 6:00-7:00 AM--Show 7:00 AM-4:00 PM,
Where: (Burke Park) Loretto Civic Center, 300 Park Street, Loretto, Tennessee 38469
Contact: Show Host: Roy McKey (931) 762-7541 or email:
mt_manmac@yahoo.com 
Table Information: 65 six & eight foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers or $10 per table for
                              display only collectors. Security is provided on Friday night for all display tables.
Admission: Free Admission
Lodging: Richland Inn (931) 762-0061 ($54)
              Best Western (931) 762-4448 ($60)
              Regency Inn (931) 762-4467 ($38)
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or Pre Columbian allowed. No guns or fakes will be permitted.
                    Anyone bringing in artifacts that are fakes will be asked to leave.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: All display tables at this time are booked. Home cooked food is available that is prepared by the
                    Senior Citizens Group.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 300 Park St Loretto, TN 38469-2321, US

Event:  OLD BARN PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION

When: January 20, 2007

Auction Hours: Friday Preview 12:00 PM-10:00 PM, Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00 AM, Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete.

Where: Old Barn Auction, 10040 State Route 224 West, Findlay, Ohio 45840

Contact: Jan Sorgenfrei (419) 422-8531 or email auction@oldbarn.com view the website at www.oldbarn.com

Auction Information: 500 lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. A colored,

Illustrated catalog containing this auction is available for $15 so call Old Barn to order.

A 10% buyers premium and 6.75% sales tax will be charged on each item. Absentee bids and phone bids will be accepted so call (419) 422-8531 or fax (419) 422-5321. If you plan to phone bid, please make arrangements during the week before the sale. Absentee bids must be sent in or called in by Friday before the sale.  A “prices realized list” will be sent out after  each auction.  Auction Items: This auction is made up from the collection of the late Roy H Reinhart of Oxford, Ohio plus other collections.

In this auction, there will be Mr. Reinhart’s 7 3/8” Flint Ridge Dovetail. This is the only authentic    Dovetail of this size to ever go to auction. Other items of this collection include a 10 1/2" Copper Hopewell Celt, an 8” Flint Ridge Adena blade, several fine axes, several Dovetails, fine flint types, a Glacial Kame Birdstone, several ceremonial slate artifacts, fine stone pestles and celts. To view these items on line please go to www.oldbarn.com and www.arrowheads.com  .
Lodging: Cross Country Inn (419) 424-0466
               Ramada Inn (419) 423-8212
               Hampton Inn (419) 422-5252
               Days Inn (419) 423-7171
               Roadway Inn (419) 424-1133
               Holiday Inn Express (419) 420-1776
               Super 8 Motel (800) 843-1991
               Country Hearth Inn (419) 423-4303
Auction Company: Old Barn Auction with Auctioneers Don Stratton and Dave Wedertz. Licensed by The Ohio
                              Department of Agriculture and Bonded in Favor of the State of Ohio.
Auction Notes: There are dealer sales tables available at a slight fee for any dealer who would like to

                        sale at the auction. Dealer set up will be on Friday during preview hours. 
Map Quest to Show: Map of 10040 W Us Route 224, Findlay, OH 45840-1914, US

Event: CENTRAL STATES IOWA ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: CSAS & Hawkeye State Archaeological Society
When: January 21, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday 7:00-12:00 AM

Where: Iowa Wesleyan College, Student Union Building, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa 52641
Contact: Show Host: Ed Blow and Denny White (319) 753-5806.
Table Information: 60 eight foot tables are available and are free to all CSAS members. All non members will
                              pay $10 per table.
Admission: Free admission to all.
Lodging: Super 8 (319) 385-8888
              Amerihost Inn (319) 385-2004
              Ramada (319) 385-0571
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts are permitted. No guns will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Sales are permitted but not promoted. The show will not be canceled because of weather conditions.
                    This an annual show that has been held for approximately the last 12 years.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 601 N Main St Mount Pleasant, IA 52641-1348, US

Event:  ASO ALADDIN SHRINE TEMPLE ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: The Archaeological Society of Ohio
When: January 21, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Aladdin Shrine Temple, 3850 Stelzer Road, Columbus, Ohio 43219
Contact: Table Manager: Walt Sperry (740) 392-9774
Table Information: 100 six & four foot tables are available @ $15 per 6’ table-$12 per 4’ table for dealers
                              and free for display only collectors if you are a member of the ASO.
Admission: Free admission to all

Lodging: The Midwest Hotel & Conference Center (614) 846-0300
              Country Inn & Suites East (614) 861-8888
              Best Western Executive Suites (614) 864-1280
              Radisson Hotel Columbus (614) 436-0700
              Courtyard by Marriott Columbus Airport (614) 475-8530
              Hampton Inn Columbus (614) 235-0717 
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No reproductions will be permitted unless labeled.
                    All items sold must be guaranteed during the show.  The ASO reserves the right to ask any dealer to                    .                   remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions are available at the show.
Editors Notes: This society is a well organized and managed under the strong leadership.
                       The ASO has 28 chapters with a strong membership of over 2200. For those who would like to
                       know more about the ASO just visit their website at www.ohioarch.org or call the toll free number
                       (800) 736-7815 to talk to Peggy Patton about being a member.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 3850 Stelzer Rd., Columbus, OH 43219-3044, US

Event: FREDERICKSBURG TEXAS INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: None
When: January 27, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Set up 7:00 AM-6:00 PM  Saturday Dealer Set up 6:30-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-6:00 PM                   
Where: Lady Bird Johnson Park, 1700 HW 16 South, Fredericksburg, Texas 78624
Contact: Show Host: Rob Bartell (830) 238-3795 and email
ajax3@hctc.net or Richard Mentzer (830) 626-5561
Table Information: 125 six foot tables are available @ $40 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: $5 for adults and children 15 years of age or over. Children 14 and under are free.
Lodging: Best Western (830) 992-2929
              Super 8 Motel (830) 997-6568
              Holiday Inn Express (830) 990-4200
              Comfort Inn & Suites (830) 990-2552            

Show Rules: Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Guns, or related items are allowed. No burial items
                    will be permitted. All items must be guaranteed and any reproductions must be labeled as such.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: This is the 1th annual show for this event. Concessions will be available at the show and they are great!
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Event:  MARIETTA PEACH STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SHOW

Affiliation: CSAS & The Peach State Archaeological Society
When: February 3, 2007 

Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Roswell Street Baptist Church, 774 Roswell Street, Marietta, Georgia 30060
Contact: Show Host: King Ross (770) 977-9431 or email kingfaye@bellsouth.net  

Table Information: 70 eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers or $5 for display only collectors.

Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Comfort Inn (770) 952-3000
               La Quinta Inn (770) 951-0026
               Quality Inn (770) 955-0004  
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No burial items or reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  Concessions will be available. There will be an officer meeting at 2:00 PM of the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of [769-835] Roswell St Ne., Marietta, GA 30060, US

Event:  MSAS ARROWHEAD COLLECTORS SHOW
Affiliation: The Magnolia State Archaeological Society
When: February 3, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 6:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: East Mississippi Electric Power Association (EMEPA) Auditorium, 2128 HW 39 North,
            Meridian, Mississippi 39301
Contact: Show Host: Mike Turner (601) 693-9220      
Table Information: 40 eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers or $15 for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Hampton Inn (601) 483-3000
               Howard Johnson (601) 483-8281              

Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No burial items or reproductions will be
                     permitted. Native American Artifacts must be 2/3 of total table display.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  Concessions will be available.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 2128 Highway 39 N., Meridian, MS 39301-2723, US 

Event: SHELBYVILLE INDIANA T&T PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION
When: February 10, 2007 
Auction Hours: Friday Preview 4:00-8:00 PM, Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00,
                          Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete
Where: Bear Chase Golf Club, 2660 North Riley Hwy, Shelbyville, Indiana 46176
              I-74 North, Exit 113
Contact: Tony Putty (765) 763-6948, cell phone (317) 509-0860 or email Ttputty@aol.com
Auction Information: 300 plus lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. A colored,
                                  illustrated catalog of auction items is available 3 weeks prior to the sale for $10.
                                  A 10% buyer’s premium and 6% sales tax will be charged on each item. Absentee bids and   .                                 phone bids will be accepted so call (765) 763-6948. If you plan to phone
                                  bid, please make arrangements during the week before the sale. Absentee bids must be
                                  called in by Friday before the sale. Terms of the sale are cash, approved check, Visa,
                                  MasterCard, American Express & Discover. All credit card purchases are subject to a
                                  small 3.5% fee of the total. The Day of Sale phone number is will be given the day of the
                                  sale to the phone bidders. Please don’t miss these fine artifacts. Please view our website at .                                
www.tonyputtyartifacts.com .
Auction Items: Auction items will include items from the collection of Max Jordon with added consignments from
                          other old collections. Many of the artifacts have been pictured in publications and large number .                         have been authenticated by the most highly regarded authenticators in the country. Please view .                         Auction Items on eBay Live through this link
http://search.liveauctions.ebay.com/search/search.dll?GetResult&ht=11&ctlgid=20181&ahid=14416&lc=1&isl=0&ccn=Collectibles+&+Memorabilia.                         
Lodging:  Holiday Inn Express (317) 398-0472
                Hampton Inn (317) 398-9100
Auction Company: Auctioneers Brent Fuchs, Licensed and Bonded by the Sate of Indiana
                              License # AU1044390
Auction Notes: Concessions will be available at the auction.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 2660 N Riley Hwy., Shelbyville, IN 46176-9409, US
 

Event: NORTHEAST COLUMBIA ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: CSAS & The Piedmont Archaeological Society of NC & SC
When: February 10, 2007
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Dupree North East, 812 Bookman Road, Pontiac, South Carolina 29229
            (Northeast Columbia) 3 miles off I-20 at Exit 82
Contact: Show Host: Rodney Peck (704) 933-8986 or email:
rpeck@carolina.rr.com 
Table Information: 120 eight foot tables are available @ $25 per table for dealers and $10 for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all.
Lodging: Holiday Inn Express (803) 419-3558 PAS group rate, I-20 Exit 80
               Hampton Inn (803) 865-8000
               Fairfield Inn (803) 425-1010 Camden, SC Exit 98 I-20
               Holiday Inn (803) 424-5000 Camden, SC Exit 98 I-20
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, archaeological books, cases, or Pre Columbian allowed. Other items
                    like guns, civil war relics, fossils etc. will be permitted on a limited basis of no more than 10% of the
                    table space. No human remains burial items, or unlawful items are allowed.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Everyone is encouraged to bring their Clovis points and other Paleo material. Catering is provided by Dupree,
                    which is some of the best food ever served at a show. Free evaluations of artifacts available at the show so
                    so see the show host for details. Show host awards will be given out during the show. There will be a raffle
                    held to benefit the PAS Society.
Editors Notes: Rodney Peck, Jack Willhoit and his wife Jo Ann are some of the nicest people one could ask to be around.
                       This is a show that has great facilities that allows for a really fun experience for the whole family.                      

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Map Quest to Show: Map of 812 Bookman Rd., Elgin, SC 29045-9614, US

Event: LEXINGTON PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Green River Archaeological Society
When: February 10, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Holiday Inn North, 1950 Newton Pike, Lexington, Kentucky 40505
Contact: Show Host: Sam Cox (859) 351-5675
Table Information: 100 six foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers and display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Holiday Inn North (859) 233-0512           

Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts allowed. No guns or Pre Columbian will be permitted.
                      The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concession available at the show.                                                                                                           

Map Quest to Show:
Map of 1950 Newtown Pike Lexington, KY 40511-1332, US

Event:  JACKSON ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Rebel State Archaeological Society
When: February 11, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealers setup 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Jackson Community House, Vanity Park Dr, Jackson, Alabama 36545
Contact: Show Host: Bimbo Kohen (251) 542-9456 (251) 542-9941 or email
bimbo@millry.net 
Table Information: 50 eight foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers or $5 for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Best Western  (251) 246-6030
              Downtown Inn (251) 246-5741
              Guest House    (251) 246-4111

Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Civil War relics, Fossils, or related items allowed.
                    No reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: 

Map Quest to Show:
Map of [100-123] Vanity Park Dr Jackson, AL 36545, US

Event: 6th ANNUAL TALLAHASSEE NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACT & FOSSIL SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Sunshine State Archaeological Society
When: February 17, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-2:00 PM,
Where: Elks Lodge, 276 North Magnolia, Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Contact: Show Host: Nate Curtis (850) 539-3125 or email:
curtytheheadhunter@yahoo.com
Table Information: 80 six foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: $3 per day for adults and children over 16 years of age. Children 16 and under are free.
Lodging: Holiday Inn (850) 562-2000
              Hampton Inn (850) 309-1300
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, or Fossils allowed. No guns, grave goods or
                    reproductions will be permitted.              
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 276 N Magnolia Dr Tallahassee, FL 32301-2638, US 

Event: TROTH AUCTIONEERING MILLER ESTATE AUCTION
When: February 17, 2007 
Auction Hours: Saturday Preview 8:30-10:00 AM,
                        Saturday Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete
Where: Ashland County Fairgrounds, 2042 Claremont Ave, Ashland, Ohio 44805
Contact: Britt Troth or Kim Troth (419) 289-1955, cell phone (419) 651-5511 or email
info@trothauctions.com      
Auction Information:
Lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder.
                                  NO buyer’s premium but 6.75% sales tax will be charged. Terms of the sale are cash, check with .                                 proper ID and credit cards (2% processing fee). Nothing is to be removed until it is paid for.
                                  Everything sells “As is, Where is and Without Warranty. Announcements made the day of the
                                  Auction supersedes any other information given. Absentee bids are accepted so please call or fax your .                                   bid 24 hours before the sale. All absentee bids pay a 10% buyer’s premium. No phone bids
                                  are accepted. Private viewing is available when an appointment is arranged in advance.
                                  Please view our website at
www.trothauctions.com .                              
Auction Items:   Auction items will include the lifetime collection of Grace Miller and was found in Wayne County and Medina .                       County, Ohio. The artifacts have wide range of items that include Paleo, Archaic, Woodland,  
                          and Mississippian Periods covered. Her collection spans 50 years of searching for items. This auction will also feature very nice group of pottery, glass, antiques and collectibles that are from the Miller Estate.
                          Indian artifacts include lots of flint, pottery, hardstone, and Navajo rugs.
                          To view the some of the artifacts and collectibles go to our website at
www.trothauctions.com .

Lodging:  Holiday Inn Express (419) 281-2900, Amerihost Inn (419) 281-8090

Auction Company: Troth Auctioneering, 696 Co Rd 1302, Ashland, Ohio 44805. Licensed and bonded in favor of the State of Ohio Auctioneers: H. Britt Troth, Tom McConahay, Dave Geitgey and Hillard Clark.

Auction Notes: Concession will be available at the auction.

Map Quest to Show: Map of 2042 Claremont Ave., Ashland, OH 44805-3544, US
 

Event:  RIPLEY INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: Ohio Archaeological Society & Fort Salem Chapter

When: February 18, 2007 

Show Hours: Sunday Dealers 8:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-2:00 PM
Where: Ripley Senior High School, Highway 52, Ripley, Ohio 45167
Contact: Show Host: Joe Beavers (513) 532-1112 or Jon Dickerson (513) 509-7420 email jondickinson75@cinci.rr.com  

Table Information: 100 eight & six foot tables are available @ $12 per table for dealers or free to display only collectors.
                              Tables must be reserved by January 30, 2007
Admission: The Ripley Show is now FREE ADMISSION with donations greatly appreciated.
Lodging: Best Western (606) 759-5696 at Maysville, KY (15 minutes from show)
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. Restored or reproductions must be labeled.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  This is the 16th annual show for this event. Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of [1-99] Finney St., Ripley, OH 45167, US

Event:  SOUTH CENTRAL PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Badger State Archaeological Society
When: February 18, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Richfield Chalet, 1271 State Road 175, Hubertus, WI 53033
Contact: Show Host: Bill Heuter (262) 628-1774 or Bill Wasemiller
Table Information: 55 six & eight foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers or $5 for display
                              only collectors.
Admission: $1 for adults and children over 12 years of age. Children 12 and under are free.
Lodging: Country Inn (262) 251-7700
              American Motel (262) 502-9750             
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, and Indian culture related items allowed.
                    No guns or reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:
Map Quest to Show: Map of 1271 State Road 175 Hubertus, WI 53033-9676, US

Event: BRIDGETON TRAILS BRANCH LIBRARY EDUCATIONAL MEETING
Affiliation: CSAS & the Greater St Louis Archaeological Society
When: February 21, 2007 (Always held on the third Wednesday of the month for the event) 
Meeting Hours: Come early to visit with your artifact friends at 6:30 PM, Educational Meeting 7:00-9:00 PM Where: Bridgeton Trails Branch Library, 3455 McKelvey Rd, Bridgeton, Missouri 63044
Contact: Show Host: Craig Kalkbrenner (314) 830-4678    
Information: Please bring your theme artifacts to show to everyone. There are no sales at this function but you might  
                     see some nice artifacts. Anyone with interest in the talk is welcome to attend.
Admission: Free Admission to all.
Lodging: Holiday Inn (314) 298-0388
               Red Roof Inn St Louis (314) 298-9243
               Econo Lodge (314) 298-0388              
Speaker for the Meeting: Speakers to be announced.                                     
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Event: SOUTH CENTRAL PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Natural State Archaeological Society
When: February 23-25, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Set up 4:00-8:00 PM, Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-5:00 PM,
                    Sunday Dealers 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-2:00 PM (Security is provided for dealer tables
                    after show hours)
Where: Northwest Holiday Inn Convention Center, 1500 South 48th Street, Springdale, Arkansas 72764
Contact: Show Host: Rick Stevens or Dan Bowen (479) 649-9984 or email:
daltonman@cox.net
Table Information: 200 six foot tables are available @ $50 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: $6 per day for adults and children over 12 years of age. Children 12 and under are free.
Lodging: Northwest Holiday Inn Convention Center (479) 751-8300
              Marriott Residence Inn (479) 872-9100
              Days Inn (479) 756-2900
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or Pre Columbian allowed. No guns will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Friday night there will be a hospitability get together after dealer set up that will be announced
                    at the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 1500 S 48th St Springdale, AR 72762-5878, US

Event: INDIAN ARROWHEAD & ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: None
When: February 24, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 6:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:30 PM                   
Where: Midlothian Community Center, 224 South 11th Street, Midlothian, Texas 76065
Contact: Show Host: Harold Hughes (972) 723-5113 or James Kemp (254) 889-3885 email:
kdgblue@aol.com
Table Information: 40 six foot tables are available @ $30 per table for dealers or $10 per table for display
                              only collectors. Display table is free with a sales table.
Admission: $3 per day for adults and children 12 years of age or over. Children 11 and under are free.
Lodging: Best Western (972) 775-1891 Tell them you are with the artifact show for a discount.             
Show Rules: Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Guns, or related items are allowed. No burial items
                    will be permitted. All items must be guaranteed and any reproductions must be labeled as such.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: This is the 11th annual show for this event. There will be a $100 Grand Prize for the best personal
                    find so bring your best finds.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 224 S 11th St Midlothian, TX 76065-3323, US

Event: RIVERLAND INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: Indian Artifact Collectors Association of the Northeast
When: February 24, 2007 

Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 8:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Where: Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, 634 Salem Blvd, Berwick, Pennsylvania 18603

(six miles north of Berwick on Route 11)
Contact: Show Host: Bill Vezendy (570)759-1792 or email billvez@verizon.net 

Table Information: 20 eight & six foot tables are available free if you are a member of IACANE.
Admission: Free to all
Lodging: Lookout Motor Lodge (570) 788-4131
              America’s Best Value Inn (570) 788-5887
              Patriot Inn (570) 387-1776
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. Reproductions must be labeled.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. All items
                    sold must be guaranteed during the show.
Show Notes:  Restaurant within 1 mile of the show. Free appraisals and evaluations are available at the show.
                     Flint Knapping and Atlatl demonstrations will be going on during the show. This is a small show
                     but a lot of fun for all.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 634 Salem Blvd., Berwick, PA 18603-6465, US

Event:  GALLATIN K&W PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION

WINNING BID LIST HERE


When: February 24, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Preview 5:00-9:00 PM—Saturday Preview 8:00 AM-10:00 AM---Auction Saturday 10:00 AM
Where: Army National Guard Armory, 1250 Hartsville Pike, Gallatin, TN 37066
Contact for Auction: Karl Kilguss (401) 741-4968 or email
kkilguss@aol.com and Steve Walker (615) 230-0056
                                 (615) 330-5415 cell or email swalkerartifacts@comcast.net 
Auction Information: 300 plus lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. A complete list of the artifacts and their description are available for viewing on this website so please click on the link below. There will be a 10% buyers’ premium and a state sales tax of 9.25% charged per item. Items sold and shipped out of Tennessee will not be charged sales tax. Absentee bids will be accepted through 2/23/07 so call Steve Walker at (615) 230-0056, fax (615) 452-2204 or email as listed above.Day of Sale phone bid arrangements must be made by Wednesday, February 21, 2007 so call Steve Walker (615) 230-0056 or (615) 330-5415 cell. Day of Sale phone number will be (615) 330-5415 and (615) 451-5832.


Auction Items: Auction items will include items from the personal collection of Tom & David Davis of Stanton, Kentucky, collection items from Steve Walker, Karl Kilguss, David Smith, Dan White and Gene Howard. There will be numerous flint, hardstone, pottery, bone and shell artifacts which will enhance any collection. Most items sold will carry a Certificate of Authenticity or will be guaranteed authentic.

           Please view all items for auction at www.arrowheads.com . There will be a large banner link very soon.

Auction Guarantee: All items are guaranteed authentic with a 30 day guarantee on authenticity. Items sold that come with two or more certificates of authenticity will be considered authentic in advance. All items are sold “as is” and there will be absolutely NO returns or adjustments of any kind made after 30 days from the sale date.

Lodging: Shoney’s Inn (615) 452-5433

               Hampton Inn (615) 206-9595

               Jamison Inn (615) 451-4494

Auction Company: Thomas R. Hunt Auctioneers, 661-C US 31-W Bypass, Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101.
                              Phone (270) 782-2299, Fax (270) 843-8287, or email thomasrhunt@aol.com . Thomas R. Hunt
                              Auctioneers conducted the David J Baldock Artifact Auction also held in Gallatin in February .                             2003.
                              To learn more about Thomas R. Hunt Auctions please go to their website at
.                                     www.thomasrhunt.com .

                              Thomas R. Hunt, Auctioneer-TN License # 1386, Robert D. Haley, Auctioneer-TN License # .                             4563

Auction Notes: Concessions will be available at the auction.

Editor Notes: I am going to be there and I hope you will also attend.
                     Be sure to plan to attend the room sales at the Shoney’s Inn on Saturday night after
                     the auction and the Gallatin Artifact Show on Sunday at the Gallatin Civic Center.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 1250 Hartsville Pike, Gallatin, TN 37066-4607, US 

Event:  GALLATIN PREHISTORIC AMERICAN ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: CSAS & The Volunteer State Archaeological Society
When: February 25, 2007

Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,

Where: Gallatin Civic Center, 210 Albert Gallatin Blvd, Gallatin, TN 37066
Contact Show Host: Mike McCoy (615) 758-5884, Dr Arthur Cushman, Jim Butler, And LeRoy Irons  

Table Information: 170 six foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers and 2 free tables for display
                              only collectors that are members of CSAS.
Admission: Free Admission to all.
Lodging: Shoney’s Inn (615) 452-5433
               Hampton Inn (615) 206-9595
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, related books, and cases are allowed. All displays are subject
                    to approval by the show hosts on the day of the show. Show rules will be posted on the day of
                    the show.
Show Notes: Saturday night there will be hospitality supper and get together at the Shoney’s Inn from 6:00 PM-9:00 PM
                    that is provided by the VSAS. Saturday night at the Shoney’s Inn is what makes this show one of
                    the best where all artifact lovers go from room to room making deals and trades until the late
                    hours. Most people say more artifacts trade hands at the rooms than at the show. It sure is fun so don’t
                    miss out!
Editor Notes: This show is the largest and most enjoyable artifact show in Tennessee for the year
                     so don’t miss it! Also don’t miss the Saturday February 24th Auction, so check this events list for details
Map Quest to Show: Map of 210 Albert Gallatin Ave Gallatin, TN 37066-2051, US 

Event: NILES MICHIGAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: GIRS & The Wolverine State Archaeological Society
When: February 25, 2007
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 6:30-7:00 AM Sunday 7:00 AM-3:30 PM
Where: Pickers Antique Mall (Michiana Party Hall), 2809 South 11th Street, Niles, Michigan 49120
Contact: Show Host: John E. Steimle (269) 782-6728 or Fred Van Dyke (616) 745-5700
Table Information: 80 eight foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers and display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission
Lodging: Holiday Inn Express (269) 684-3900
              Inn at St Mary’s (574) 232-4000
              Hilton Garden Inn (574) 277-7800                            
Show Rules: Only North American prehistoric artifacts, Pre Columbian, or related items will be allowed to be
                    displayed, sold, or traded. Absolutely no modern reproductions will be allowed. Full refund must be
                    made on any item sold during show hours upon request. All tables will be reviewed by the show
                    committee and any items in question must be removed upon request. 
Show Notes: Please visit our GIRS website at www.thegirs.com . The attraction is that there will be over 200 Birdstones
                    on display.                    
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 2809 S 11th St Niles, MI 49120-4759, US

Event: COLLINSVILLE INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: Illinois State Archaeological Society, CSAS, & GIRS
When: March 09-11, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Set up 5:00-9:00 PM, Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-5:00 PM,
                    Sunday Dealers Show 8:00 AM-2:00 PM (Security is provided for dealer tables
                    after show hours)
Where: Gateway Center, One Gateway Drive, Collinsville, Illinois 62234
Contact: Show Host: Terry Stump (217) 942-6083
Table Information: 282 eight foot tables are available @ $65 per table for dealers and $25 per table for display
                              only collectors. Dealers and exhibitors MUST have an invitation to set up.
Admission: $3 per day for adults and children free.
Lodging: Collinsville Holiday Inn (618) 345-2800
               Super 8 (618) 345-8008
               Comfort Inn (618) 346-4900
               Motel 6 (618) 345-2100
               Fairfield Inn (618) 346-0607
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items can be displayed. No other items will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table as tables will be policed during .                   the show.                    
Show Notes: Sunday during the show there will be a meeting of the Illinois State Archaeological Society and time will be .                   announced. Concessions are available at the show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 1 Gateway Dr Collinsville, IL 62234-6107, US

Event: COLLINSVILLE INDIAN ARTIFACT AND ETHNOGRAPHIC SHOW

Affiliation: None

When: March 09-11, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Set up 2:00-9:00 PM, Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-5:00 PM,
                    Sunday Dealers Show 8:00 AM-2:00 PM (Security is provided for dealer tables
                    after show hours)
Where: Gateway Center, One Gateway Drive, Collinsville, Illinois 62234
Contact: Show Host: Kelly Ritter (618) 345-9823  (618) 345-9814 or email:
vivritter@aol.com
Table Information: 128 eight foot tables are available @ $65 per table for dealers                             
Admission: Free Admission
Lodging: Collinsville Holiday Inn (618) 345-2800
               Super 8 (618) 345-8008
               Comfort Inn (618) 346-4900
               Motel 6 (618) 345-2100
               Fairfield Inn (618) 346-0607
Show Rules: We reserve the right to control the material exhibited and brought into the show and to have any
                    item removed at our discretion. No burial items or illegally imported items will be allowed. All
                    reproductions must be clearly marked.
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 1 Gateway Dr Collinsville, IL 62234-6107, US

Event: TROTH AUCTIONEERING MILLER ESTATE AUCTION
When: March 10, 2007 
Auction Hours: Saturday Preview 8:30-10:00 AM,
                        Saturday Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete
Where: Ashland County Fairgrounds, 2042 Claremont Ave, Ashland, Ohio 44805
Contact: Britt Troth or Kim Troth (419) 289-1955, cell phone (419) 651-5511 or email
info@trothauctions.com      
Auction Information:
Lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder.
                                  NO buyer’s premium but 6.75% sales tax will be charged. Terms of the sale are cash, check with .                                 proper ID and credit cards (2% processing fee). Nothing is to be removed until it is paid for.
                                  Everything sells “As is, Where is and Without Warranty. Announcements made the day of the
                                  Auction supersedes any other information given. Absentee bids are accepted so please call or fax your .                                   bid 24 hours before the sale. All absentee bids pay a 10% buyer’s premium. No phone bids
                                  are accepted. Private viewing is available when an appointment is arranged in advance.
                                  Please view our website at
www.trothauctions.com .                              
Auction Items:   Auction items will include the lifetime collection of Grace Miller and was found in Wayne County and Medina .                       County, Ohio. The artifacts have wide range of items that include Paleo, Archaic, Woodland,  
                          and Mississippian Periods covered. Her collection spans 50 years of searching for items. This auction will also feature very nice group of pottery, glass, antiques and collectibles that are from the Miller Estate.
                          Indian artifacts include lots of flint, pottery, hardstone, and Navajo rugs.
                          To view the some of the artifacts and collectibles go to our website at
www.trothauctions.com .

Lodging:  Holiday Inn Express (419) 281-2900, Amerihost Inn (419) 281-8090

Auction Company: Troth Auctioneering, 696 Co Rd 1302, Ashland, Ohio 44805. Licensed and bonded in favor of the State of Ohio Auctioneers: H. Britt Troth, Tom McConahay, Dave Geitgey and Hillard Clark.

Auction Notes: Concession will be available at the auction.

Map Quest to Show: Map of 2042 Claremont Ave., Ashland, OH 44805-3544, US
 

 

Event: 25TH ANNUAL HOG CREEK GAME CLUB PREHISTORIC INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: None
When: March 11, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:30-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-2:30 PM,
Where: Hog Creek Game Club, North Hardin Road & Stemple Road, Ada, Ohio 45810
Contact: Show Host: Fred Fisher (419) 643-3724
Table Information: 26 six foot tables are available free for dealers or display only collectors.
                                Tables must be reserved in advance.
Admission: Free to all
Lodging: Fairfield Inn by Marriott (419) 224-8496 Lima (10 miles west)
                Hampton Inn (419) 225-8300 Lima (10 miles west)
Show Rules: Only Authentic Prehistoric Indian Artifacts will be allowed.           
                      The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show. Show Host Awards will be given out during the show. 
Map Quest to Show:
Map of Stemple Rd & N Hardin Rd., Ada, OH 45810, US 

Event: TOM & DAVID DAVIS ARTIFACT AUCTION #3 AT OLD BARN AUCTION
When: March 3, 2007 
Auction Hours: Friday Preview 12:00 PM-10:00 PM, Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00, Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete
Where: Old Barn Auction, 10040 State Route 224 West, Findlay, Ohio 45840
Contact: Jan Sorgenfrei (419) 422-8531 or email auction@oldbarn.com view the website at www.oldbarn.com 
Auction Information: 493 lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. A colored,
                                  Illustrated catalog of auction items is available for $15 or one year subscription $60, Canada .                                 $80.
                                  A 10% buyers premium and 6.75% sales tax will be charged on each item. Tax exemptions will
                                  be allowed with a state tax exemption number or on shipments made out of the state of .                                 Ohio. Absentee bids and phone bids will be accepted so call (419) 422-8531 or fax (419) 422-.                                   5321.  If you plan to phone bid, please make arrangements during the week before the sale. .                                 Absentee bids must be sent in or called in by Friday before the sale. A “prices realized list” .                                 will be sent out after each auction. For live internet bidding go to
www.liveauctioneers.com or .                                 www.ebay.com to register. An additional 5% will be added to the buyer’s premium for internet .                                 bidding. Please look at the items on our website at www.oldbarn.com . Payment must be made .                                 by cash, approved personal check, or Visa & MasterCard (There is a 3% processing fee on .                                credit card payments). All accounts must be settled by the end of the sale. The auction is .                                strictly an “as is sale” with absolutely NO returns or adjustments made 30 days after the sale .                                date.       

Click Here for OLD BARN PAGE of Auction Items through Old Barn

Davis Artifacts Auction List

Ebaylive Listings for online bidding

Full preview here on Arrowheads.com

                            
Auction Items: Auction items will include items from the personal collection of Tom & David Davis of Stanton, Kentucky.
                        There will be numerous flint, hardstone, pottery, bone and shell artifacts which will enhance any
                         collection. Most items sold will carry a Tom Davis Certificate of Authenticity and many items will
                         also have an additional COA from a major authenticator. To view these auction items on line
                         please go to
www.oldbarn.com .
Lodging: Red Roof Inn (419) 424-0466
               Ramada Travel Inn (419) 423-8212
               Hampton Inn (419) 422-5252
               Days Inn (419) 423-7171
               Roadway Inn (419) 424-1133
               Holiday Inn Express (419) 420-1776
               Super 8 Motel (800) 843-1991
               Country Hearth Inn (419) 423-4303
Auction Company: Old Barn Auction with Auctioneers Don Stratton and Dave Wedertz. Licensed by The Ohio
                              Department of Agriculture and Bonded in Favor of the State of Ohio.
Auction Notes: There are dealer sales tables available at a slight fee for any dealer who would like to
                        sale at the auction. Dealer set up will be on Friday during preview hours. 
Map Quest to Show: Map of 10040 W Us Route 224, Findlay, OH 45840-1914, US

Event: COLUMBUS PEACH STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Peach State Archaeological Society
When: March 17, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Fraternal Order of Police Building, 8827 Heiferhorn Dr, Columbus, Georgia 31904
Contact: Show Host: Jacky Fuller (800) 851-0924 (706) 570-4817 or email
relikdiver@knology.net   
Table Information: 35 eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers or free for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Comfort Suites (706) 322-6666
              Country Inn & Suites (706) 660-1880
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No burial items or reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  Concessions will be available.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 8827 Heiferhorn Way, Columbus, GA 31904-1319, US 

Event: HILL COUNTRY INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: None
When: March 17, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Set up 12:00 AM-5:00 PM  Saturday Dealer Set up 6:30-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-6:00 PM                   
Where: Kendall County Fairgrounds, 7 Hwy 46 East, Boerne, Texas 78006
Contact: Show Host: Rob Bartell (830) 238-3795 and email
ajax3@hctc.net or Rick Sparkman (830) 896-5990
Table Information: 125 six foot tables are available @ $40 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
                              Walk-in’s with frames must pay $5 per frame
Admission: $5 for adults and children 15 years of age or over. Children 14 and under are free.
Lodging: Best Western (830) 249-9791
              Boerne Sunday House (830) 249-9563
              Key To The Hills (830) 249-3562            
Show Rules: Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Guns, or related items are allowed. No burial items
                    will be permitted. All items must be guaranteed and any reproductions must be labeled as such.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: This is the 21th annual show for this event. Concessions will be available at the show and they are great!
                    We will have breakfast and fresh Texas BBQ.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 7 State Highway 46 E., Boerne, TX 78006-1944, US 

Event: NEWARK OHIO JAMES F HAHN PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION
When: March 17, 2007,  
Auction Hours: Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00 AM, Saturday Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete 
Where: The Teheran Grotto Hall, 124 Waterworks Road, Newark, Ohio 43055
Contact: James F. Hahn (740) 522-3431 or email jim@hahnauctions.com or davidrrowlands@hotmail.com  
Auction Information: 400 plus lots of Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. Lots

                                  of the items to be sold are available by viewing the website www.hahnauctions.com

                                  A small 10% buyers premium applies to all auction items plus a sales tax of  

                                  7.0 % will be charged at the auction unless a resale number is given in writing. 

                                  All items are sold “as is” and are the bidders responsibility. Proxy bids will be accepted

                                  so call Dave Rowlands (440) 717-0806 for arrangements by 2/25/06. Decisions

                                  regarding returns are made solely by Jim Hahn Auctions, Inc. and are NOT subject to

                                  the opinions of authenticators and other hobbyists. We reserve the right to withhold

                                  merchandise until payment is received. Please remember this is an auction. ALL SALES

                                  ARE FINAL!

 
Auction Items: Stone Tools (Axes, Celts, and Pestles), Slate (Banners, Pendants and Gorgets) and many Ohio Flint types will be offered for sale-Paleo, Archaic, Adena and Hopewell. Superior Bevels, Flutes and Doves. Lots for the beginner to the more experienced collector. Books, frames and historic items will also be offered.
 
Lodging: Holiday Inn (887) 995-0770 in Heath
                Cherry Valley Lodge (800) 788-9908 in Newark
                Ramada Inn (800) 228-2828 in Heath
Auction Company: James F. Hahn, Inc., 1118 Ramp Lane, Heath, Ohio 43056. The company is owned and
                              managed by James F. Hahn, Licensed and Bonded by the State of Ohio.
                              Ron Rhodeback-Auctioneer
Auction Notes: There will be concession available at the auction. Dealers can set up and sell on the premises
                          for a fee of $25
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 124 Waterworks Rd., Newark, OH 43055-6059, US

Event: ASO ALADDIN SHRINE TEMPLE ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: The Archaeological Society of Ohio
When: March 18, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Aladdin Shrine Temple, 3850 Stelzer Road, Columbus, Ohio 43219
Contact: Table Manager: Walt Sperry (740) 392-9774
Table Information: 100 six & four foot tables are available @ $15 per 6’ table-$12 per 4’ table for dealers
                              and free for display only collectors if you are a member of the ASO.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: The Midwest Hotel & Conference Center (614) 846-0300
              Country Inn & Suites East (614) 861-8888
              Best Western Executive Suites (614) 864-1280
              Radisson Hotel Columbus (614) 436-0700
              Courtyard by Marriott Columbus Airport (614) 475-8530
              Hampton Inn Columbus (614) 235-0717 
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No reproductions will be permitted unless labeled.
                    All items sold must be guaranteed during the show.  The ASO reserves the right to ask any dealer to                    .                   remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions are available at the show.
Editors Notes: This society is a well organized and managed under the strong leadership.
                       The ASO has 28 chapters with a strong membership of over 2200. For those who would like to
                       know more about the ASO just visit their website at www.ohioarch.org or call the toll free number
                       (800) 736-7815 to talk to Peggy Patton about being a member.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 3850 Stelzer Rd., Columbus, OH 43219-3044, US

Event: BOONVVILLE PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Indiana Archaeological Society
When: March 18, 2007
Show Hours: Sunday Dealers 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Warrick County 4-H Building & Fairgrounds, 133 East Degonia Rd, Boonville, Indiana 47601
Contact: Show Host: Bill Clark (812) 897-2417, Edd Frisse (812) 476-9727, or David Lutz (812) 853-8344 
Table Information: 100 eight foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Motel Manor (812) 897-1800 in Evansville only 15 minutes from show
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No guns or reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  This event has been running since 1964.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 133 E Degonia Rd Boonville, IN 47601-9810, US

Event: LINEVILLE ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: Hillabee Archaeological Society
When: March 18, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealers setup 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Lineville National Guard Armory, 245 West Main Street, Lineville, Alabama 36266
Contact: Show Host: Scott Denham (256) 354-4809 and Walter Farr (256) 396-2393
Table Information: 100 six foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers or $7 per table for
                              display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Country Inn Motel (256) 354-2191
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian or related items allowed. No guns or
                    reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  This is the 22nd annual show. Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of [2-133] W Main St., Lineville, AL 36266, US

Event: BRIDGETON TRAILS BRANCH LIBRARY EDUCATIONAL MEETING
Affiliation: CSAS & the Greater St Louis Archaeological Society
When: March 21, 2007 (will be held on Thursday this time) 
Meeting Hours: Come early to visit with your artifact friends at 6:30 PM, Educational Meeting 7:00-9:00 PM Where: Bridgeton Trails Branch Library, 3455 McKelvey Rd, Bridgeton, Missouri 63044
Contact: Show Host: Craig Kalkbrenner (314) 830-4678   
Information: Please bring your theme artifacts to show to everyone. There are no sales at this function but you might  
                     see some nice artifacts. Anyone with interest in the talk is welcome to attend.
Admission: Free Admission to all.
Lodging: Holiday Inn (314) 298-0388
               Red Roof Inn St Louis (314) 298-9243
               Econo Lodge (314) 298-0388              
Speaker for the Meeting: Speakers to be announced.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 601 N Main St Mount Pleasant, IA 52641-1348, US

Event: 4TH ANNUAL NORTHEAST ARKANSAS ARTIFACT SHOW & AUCTION show CANCELLED for 2007
Affiliation: CSAS, The Natural State Archaeological Society, & Northeast Arkansas Relic Club
When: March 23-24, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Dealer Set up 2:00-6:00 PM, Auction 6:00-10:00PM, Saturday Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
                    (Security is provided for dealer tables after show hours)
Where: Paragould Community Center, 3404 Linwood Drive (on Hwy 49 South), Paragould, Arkansas 72450
Contact: Show Host: Dub Lyerly (870) 994-2936 or
dub@paperedpoints.com -show host
                                Jeff Baker (870) 239-9722 or email pprdpnts@grnco.netauction host 
                               View artifact website www.PaperedPoints.com for auction items in February 07                               
Table Information: 120 eight foot tables are available @ $35 per table for dealers or $20 for display only collectors.
Admission: Free Admission to all
Lodging: Ramada Inn (870) 239-2121
              Best Western Rustic Inn (870) 239-2161
              Linwood Motel (870) 236-7671
              Holiday Inn Express (870) 236-9999
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian or related items allowed. No guns will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. All items sold
                    carry a show guarantee and 30 day guarantee on authenticity. All displays must be pre-approved if
                    not artifact related. All artifacts must be legally obtained.
Show Notes: Friday night there will be a great auction at 6:00 PM after dealer set up.
                    This is the 4th annual show for this event. Concessions will be available at the show. All local artifact
                    collectors are invited to bring their collections to show, sell, or be evaluated. Authentications and appraisals
                    will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 3404 Linwood Dr., Paragould, AR 72450-8888, US

Event: WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA GIRS ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: GIRS & Indian Artifact Collectors of the Carolinas
When: March 25, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Set up 7:30-9:00 PM, Sunday Dealer Set up 6:30-8:00 AM Sunday 8:00 AM-4:00 PM
Where: Lelia Patterson Center, Roy Dunn Memorial Auditorium, 1111 Howard Gap Road,
            Fletcher, North Carolina 28732
Contact: Show Host: David Pendleton (828) 242-1814, Randy London (828) 684-7994, or Don Ham (252) 747-2723
Table Information: 150 six foot tables are available @ $25 per table for dealers and $10 per table to display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Marriott Fairfield Inn (828) 684-1144, I-26 Exit 40
              Hampton Inn Suites (828) 687-0806, I-26 Exit 40 (excellent accommodations)
              Quality Inn (828) 692-7231, I-26 Exit 49
              Comfort Inn (828) 693-8800, I-26 Exit 49                             
Show Rules: Only North American prehistoric artifacts, pre Columbian, or related items will be allowed to
                    be displayed, sold, or traded. Absolutely no modern reproductions, illegally obtained artifacts,
                    burial items, or guns will be allowed. All restored or rechipped artifacts must be labeled as such.
                   Walk-in’s will be checked at the door and are subject to the same show rules. Full refund must
                    be made on request on any item sold during show hours. All tables will be reviewed by the show
                    committee and any items in question must be removed upon request. 
Show Notes: Please visit our GIRS website at www.thegirs.com .                    

Map Quest to Show: Click Here     replace map quest with Howard Gap Rd & S Naples #6

 

Event: 3RD OCALA ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: None
When: March 31, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 6:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-4:00 PM,
Where: Ocala Auditorium, 836 Northeast Sanchez Ave, Ocala, Florida 34470
Contact: Show Host: Sam Santillo (352) 690-6678 or email:
ssstillo@att.net
Table Information: 100 eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
                              A block of three tables will be $50 total.
Admission: $3 per day for adults and children over 12 years of age. Children 11 and under are free.
Lodging: Days Inn (352) 629-0091 ask for show rates.                          
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, or artifact related items allowed. No guns
                    or reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Carlos Tatum will be present for authentication services. Food services will be by Intoacues Grill.
                    Raffles will be held the day of the show. For more information on the show click on website
                    www.ocalaartifactsshow.com .
Map Quest to Show: Map of 836 Ne Sanchez Ave Ocala, FL 34470-5822, US 

Event: RON HELMAN’S ARTIFACT AUCTION #1 AT OLD BARN AUCTION

When: March 31, 2007 

Auction Hours: Friday Preview 12:00 PM-10:00 PM, Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00, Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete

Where: Old Barn Auction, 10040 State Route 224 West, Findlay, Ohio 45840

Contact: Jan Sorgenfrei (419) 422-8531 or email auction@oldbarn.com view the website at www.oldbarn.com 

Auction Information: 470 lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. A colored,

                                  Illustrated catalog of auction items is available for $15 or one year subscription $60, Canada $80.

                                  A 10% buyers premium and 6% sales tax will be charged on each item. Tax exemptions will

                                  be allowed with a state tax exemption number or on shipments made out of the state of

 .                                Ohio. Absentee bids and phone bids will be accepted so call (419) 422-8531 or fax (419) 422-5321.

                                  If you plan to phone bid, please make arrangements during the week before the sale. Absentee bids

                                  must be sent in or called in by Friday before the sale. A “prices realized list” will be sent out after

                                  each auction. For live internet bidding go to www.liveauctioneers.com or www.ebay.com to register.

                                  An additional 5% will be added to the buyer’s premium for internet bidding. Please look at the

                                  items on our website at www.oldbarn.com . Payment must be made by cash, approved personal

                                  check, or Visa & MasterCard (There is a 3% processing fee on credit card payments). All accounts

                                  must be settled by the end of the sale. The auction is strictly an “as is sale” with absolutely NO

                                  returns or adjustments made 30 days after the sale date.                                   

Auction Items: Auction items will include items from the personal collection of Ron Helman of Sidney, Ohio, Dudley

                         Bravard of Springfield, Ohio, Marvin Seeley of Indian Lake, Ohio and the McVetta Family (Who’s Who

                         No. 3), Mt. Cory, Ohio. Three auctions totaling approximately 1500 lots are scheduled for the highest bidder.

                         Most of the artifacts have been packed away for over 25 years. These important old collections represent

                         the most choice and diversified assemblage of pre-historic artifacts to be sold publicly in many years,

                         providing serious collectors a unique opportunity to acquire well documented, authentic, investment

                         grade relics.

                         Highlights include several extremely rare Glacial Kame artifacts, ten birdstones, eight bar amulets, six

                         Ohio trophy axes, fine Flint Ridge flint, a large amount of exceptional stone tools, great slate types,

                         Including what is probably the LARGEST AND FINEST NOTCHED BUTTERFLY BANNER EVER

 .                        SOLD AT AUCTION. Sixty pots plus a large selection of archaeological books and publications will also be

                         auctioned. To view these auction items on line please go to www.oldbarn.com or view the preview on Arrowheads.com through this link, http://www.arrowheads.com/AuctionPromo/OldBarn/HelmanMarch2007Page1.htm .

Lodging: Red Roof Inn (419) 424-0466

               Ramada Travel Inn (419) 423-8212

               Hampton Inn (419) 422-5252

               Days Inn (419) 423-7171

               Roadway Inn (419) 424-1133

               Holiday Inn Express (419) 420-1776

               Super 8 Motel (800) 843-1991

               Country Hearth Inn (419) 423-4303

Auction Company: Old Barn Auction with Auctioneers Don Stratton and Dave Wedertz. Licensed by The Ohio

                              Department of Agriculture and Bonded in Favor of the State of Ohio.

Auction Notes: There are dealer sales tables available at a slight fee for any dealer who would like to

                        sale at the auction. Dealer set up will be on Friday during preview hours. 

Map Quest to Show: Map of 10040 W Us Route 224, Findlay, OH 45840-1914, US

Event: DURANT EASTERN IOWA ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & Hawkeye State Archaeological Society
When: April 1, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM Show 7:00-1:00 PM
Where: Durant Community Center, 606 5th Ave, Durant, Iowa 52747
Contact: Show Host: Lane Freyermuth (309) 791-0044 or email relicman@qconline.com
Table Information: 40 eight foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers and free to display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all.
Lodging: Holiday Inn (563) 264-5550
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items are allowed. No reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 606 5th Ave., Durant, IA 52747, US 

Event: HOLTON INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Kansas Archaeological Society
When: April 7, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers setup 7:00-9:00 AM—Show 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Where: Jackson County 4-H Building, 500 Dakota Street, Holton, Kansas 66436 (at the corner of Hwy 75 and 5th Street)
Contact: Show Host: David Schock (785) 364-3238 or email
dschock@holtonks.net   
Table Information: 60 eight foot tables are available @ $25 for 1st table & $20 per table after that for
                              dealers or $15 for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all with voluntary donations at the door.
Lodging: Super 8 Motel (785) 364-1988            

Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian or related items allowed.
                    No reproductions or guns will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: This is the 10th annual artifact show for this location. Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 500 Dakota Ave., Holton, KS 66436-1256, US 

Event: MARYSVILLE INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: Indian Artifact Collectors Association of the Northeast
When: April 7, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 6:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Where: Marysville Lions Club, Route 11, 15 Park Drive, Marysville, Pennsylvania 17053
Contact: Show Host: Paul Frey (717) 361-1878 or email
pkfrey@hotmail.com  
Table Information: 52 eight foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers or free to display only collectors
                              if you are a member of IACANE.
Admission: $3 admission to adults and children over 12 years old. 12 years old and under are free if with an adult.
Lodging: Days Inn (717) 233-3100
              Quality Inn (717) 732-0785
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. All items
                    sold must be guaranteed during the show.
Show Notes:  Concessions will be available at the show. Free appraisals and evaluations are available at the show.
                     Flint Knapping demonstrations will be going on during the show. This is the 11th annual event for
                     this show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of [100-199] Park Dr., Marysville, PA 17053, US

Event: LAFAYETTE INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW

CANCELLED

Affiliation: CSAS & The Volunteer State Archaeological Society
When: April 8, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealers Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Macon County Fairgrounds at the Sally Well’s Building, 1200 Russell Dr, Lafayette, Tennessee 37083
Contact: Show Host: Keith Allen (615) 666-5843 or email
keith65@nctc.com and Billy Carder
Table Information: 50 six foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Hearthstone Inn (888) 458-7114
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, related books, or cases allowed. No guns or reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  Concessions are available at show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 1200 Russell Dr., Lafayette, TN 37083-2603, US 

Event:  PERU PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Indiana Archaeological Society
When: April 14, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealers Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Miami County 4-H Fairgrounds, 1079 West & 200 North, Peru, Indiana 46970
Contact: Show Host: Pat Mooney (765) 472-7019, Bryan Warder (765) 472-1575, John Behney (765) 472-3440,
                                Greg Sharp (765) 473-5280 
Table Information: 100 eight foot tables are available @ $10 per table or $15 for two tables for dealers or display only
                              collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Best Western (765) 473-8800
               Knights Inn (765) 472-3971
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions are available at the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of Peru, IN 46970, US

Event: CLEMMONS NORTH CAROLINA ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: CSAS & The Piedmont Archaeological Society
When: April 21, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Village Inn Golf & Conference Center, 6205 Ramada Drive, Clemmons, NC 27012
Contact: Show Host: Jim Maus (336) 998-2461 or email:
james.maus@gte.net
Table Information: 100 six foot tables are available @ $25 per table for dealers or $5 for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission
Lodging: Village Inn Golf & Conference Center (336) 766-9121  
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or Pre Columbian allowed. No guns, human remains, or reproduction
                    will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Restaurant is located in the complex. This show has been an annual event for the last 21 years and a lot
                    of nice artifacts will be shown.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 6205 Ramada Dr Clemmons, NC 27012-9216, US

Event: OLD BARN PREHISTORIC & HISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION
When: April 21, 2007 
Auction Hours: Friday Preview 12:00 PM-10:00 PM, Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00 AM, Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete
Where: Old Barn Auction, 10040 State Route 224 West, Findlay, Ohio 45840
Contact: Jan Sorgenfrei (419) 422-8531 or email auction@oldbarn.com view the website at www.oldbarn.com 
Auction Information: 546 lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. A colored,
                                  Illustrated catalog of auction items is available for $15 or one year subscription $60, Canada $80.
                                  A 10% buyers premium and 6% sales tax will be charged on each item. Tax exemptions will
                                  be allowed with a state tax exemption number or on shipments made out of the state of .                                 Ohio.                                                                                                                  

.                                 Absentee bids and phone bids will be accepted so call (419) 422-8531 or fax (419) 422-5321.
                                  If you plan to phone bid, please make arrangements during the week before the sale. Absentee bids
                                  must be sent in or called in by Friday before the sale. A “prices realized list” will be sent out after
                                  each auction. For live internet bidding go to www.liveauctioneers.com or www.ebay.com to register.
                                  An additional 5% will be added to the buyer’s premium for internet bidding. Please look at the
                                  items on our website at www.oldbarn.com . Payment must be made by cash, approved personal
                                  check, or Visa & MasterCard (There is a 3% processing fee on credit card payments). All accounts
                                  must be settled by the end of the sale. The auction is strictly an “as is sale” with absolutely NO
                                  returns or adjustments made 30 days after the sale date.
Auction Items: This auction is made up of the collections of Jim Hess of Marshall, Michigan and Dr. Paul Ross of
                         Columbus, Ohio plus some other fine artifacts from 8 other collections. The auction includes the
                         Grogitsky Hopewell from Michigan that was pictured in an early Ohio Archeologist Journal and some
                         fine bead work, historic material and good lithic material. There will be approximately 546 lots for the    .                                                           .                        beginner to the most advanced collector. To view these items on line please go to www.oldbarn.com .
Lodging: Cross Country Inn (419) 424-0466
               Ramada Inn (419) 423-8212
               Hampton Inn (419) 422-5252

               Days Inn (419) 423-7171

               Roadway Inn (419) 424-1133
               Holiday Inn Express (419) 420-1776
               Super 8 Motel (800) 843-1991
               Country Hearth Inn (419) 423-4303
Auction Company: Old Barn Auction with Auctioneers Don Stratton and Dave Wedertz. Licensed by The Ohio
                              Department of Agriculture and Bonded in Favor of the State of Ohio.
Auction Notes: There are dealer sales tables available at a slight fee for any dealer who would like to
                        sale at the auction. Dealer set up will be on Friday during preview hours. 
Map Quest to Show: Map of 10040 W Us Route 224, Findlay, OH 45840-1914, US 
Event: BONNE TERRE INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & the Greater St Louis Archaeological Society
When: April 22, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 6:00-7:00 AM—Show 7:00 AM-2:00 PM,
Where: Bonne Terre Elementary School, 405 Hillcrest Drive, Bonne Terre, Missouri 63628
Contact: Show Host: Betty Marler ((573) 358-3825 or Roy Whaley (573) 431-4098
Table Information: 70 eight foot tables are available and are free to dealers or display
                              only collectors. Table limit is 2 per person on a first come basis.
Admission: Free Admission to all.
Lodging: Super 8 (573) 358-5888
               Red Cedar Lodge (573) 358-8900
               Rosener’s Motel (573) 431-4241              
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items can be displayed. No other items will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table as tables will be policed during .                   the show.                    
Show Notes: This is the 47th annual show for this event. Concessions will be available at the show. Show host awards will be given out during the show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 405 Hillcrest St., Bonne Terre, MO 63628-1421, US

Event: Kolomoki Archaeological Society, Inc.
Affiliation: Kolomoki Archaeological Society Website
When: April 28, 2007
Show Hours: (Set-up - Sat beginning at 7:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.).  Public invited to view at 10:00 a.m.
Where: American Legion Hall, Post 157, 1105 (Just South of the airport on Hwy 39 South, about 1.5 miles south of town), Donalsonville, GA.  

Contact: Show Host:  Son Anderson, President (229) 861-3024 or email him
Table Information: N/A.
Admission: FREE
Lodging: N/A
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, related books, or cases allowed.
Show Notes:  Free Concessions are available at show.
Map Quest to Show: Map to Donalsonville, GA Legion Hall & Airport

 

Event: Green Country Oklahoma Artifact Show
Affiliation: N/A
When: April 28, 2007
Show Hours: (Friday Set-up at 2:30 PM, Sat 7 to 8 AM), Show hours 8:00 AM– 5:00 PM.
Where: Pryor Oklahoma American Legion, 1105 West HW 20, Pryor, Oklahoma 74361

Contact: Show Host:  Matt Rowe (918) 694-8657 or email at matt@arrowheads1.com 
Table Information: 70 tables available at $30.00 for vendors per table and $20 for display only.
Admission: $3 adults (children 13 and under admitted free)
Lodging: Pryor Microtel Inns & Suites -  315 Mid-America Drive -  Pryor, Oklahoma 74362.  Phone 918-476-4661,

              Fax 918-476-4662 (Ask for the Artifact/Arrowhead show discount).
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, related books, or cases allowed. No guns or reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  Concessions are available at show.
Map Quest to Show: Pryor American Legion

Event: NEWARK OHIO JAMES F HAHN PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION
When: April 29, 2007,  
Auction Hours: Sunday Preview 8:00-10:00 AM, Sunday Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete 
Where: The Teheran Grotto Hall, 124 Waterworks Road, Newark, Ohio 43055
Contact: James F. Hahn (740) 522-3431 or email jim@hahnauctions.com or davidrrowlands@hotmail.com  
Auction Information: 400 plus lots of Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. Lots
                                  of the items to be sold are available by viewing the website www.hahnauctions.com
                                  A small 10% buyers premium applies to all auction items plus a sales tax of  
                                  7.0 % will be charged at the auction unless a resale number is given in writing. 
                                  All items are sold “as is” and are the bidders responsibility. Proxy bids will be accepted
                                  so call Dave Rowlands (440) 717-0806 for arrangements by 3:00 PM 4/28/07. Decisions
                                  regarding returns are made solely by Jim Hahn Auctions, Inc. and are NOT subject to
                                  the opinions of authenticators and other hobbyists. We reserve the right to withhold
                                  merchandise until payment is received. Please remember this is an auction. ALL SALES
                                  ARE FINAL!
 
Auction Items: James F. Hahn, Inc. is pleased to announce
PART TWO of the Indian Artifact Collection of the late Robert Klan (see Bibliography found elsewhere in this catalog).  Fine Ohio & midwestern flint types, including an outstanding selection of Dovetails, Ashtabulas and Paleo Flutes.  Fine Slate - Bannerstones, Gorgets and Pendants.  Stone tools - Axes, Pestles and Celts.  Many Hundreds of points will be sold in frames, many of which would normally be sold separately.  Sheer volume of the collection means exceptional value for you.  Many desirable book titles will also be offered.  Lots for the beginner to the more advanced collector.  Opportunities will abound for those who participate in this exceptional estate dispersal.  A small number of additions have been added to round out the sale.  All lots will be clearly marked with correct collector history.  There will be No reserves of any kind. Please look for the display of this complete catalogue of auction items on www.arrowheads.com before this great auction.
 
Lodging: Holiday Inn (887) 995-0770 in Heath
                Cherry Valley Lodge (800) 788-9908 in Newark
                Ramada Inn (800) 228-2828 in Heath
Auction Company: James F. Hahn, Inc., 1118 Ramp Lane, Heath, Ohio 43056. The company is owned and
                              managed by James F. Hahn, Licensed and Bonded by the State of Ohio (License #20020000238).
                              Ron Rhodeback-Auctioneer
Auction Notes: There will be concession available at the auction. Dealers can set up and sell on the premises
                          for a fee of $25
Map Quest to Show: Map of 124 Waterworks Rd., Newark, OH 43055-6059, US 

Event: STARVED ROCK INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & the Illinois State Archaeological Society
When: April 29, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealers Set up 6:30 AM-8:00 AM Show 8:00 AM-2:00 PM
Where: Local 150 Operating Engineer, 740 East Route 6, LaSalle, Illinois 61301
Contact: Show Host: Bruce Filbrandt (815) 882-2518, Steve Conrad (815) 224-2207, and Tim Smith
Table Information: 90 eight foot tables are available @ $30 per table for dealers and $20 per table for display
                              only collectors. First time displayers who are ISAS members get one table free. All tables must be paid for .                             by April 23.
Admission: Free Admission to all.
Lodging: Starved Rock Lodge (815) 667-4227
               Holiday Inn Express (815) 883-3535
               Days Inn (815) 883-9600
               Super 8 Ottawa (815) 434-2888
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items can be displayed. No other items will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table as tables will be policed during .                   the show.                    
Show Notes: Tom Abel will be present at the show to authenticate and document any Illinois Paleo Clovis’s so bring your collection. Concessions will be available at the show. This is the 4th annual show for this event.                                                          
Map Quest to Show:
Map of Utica, IL 61373, US

Event: LELAND LITTLE INDIAN ARTIFACT AUCTION
When: May 5, 2007 
Auction Hours: Friday Preview 7:00-9:00 PM, Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00 AM,
                          Saturday Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete
Where: Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales Ltd., 246 S. Nash Street, Hillsborough, North Carolina 27278
Contact: Leland Little, (919) 644-1243, cell phone (919) 414-1269 or email info@llauctions.com 
Auction Information: 120 lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts from the Charles W. Merry, Sr collection are to be sold 
                                  to the highest bidder. There will be a 13% buyers premium and a 3% discount for all payments
                                  made with cash or approved check. Live internet bidders with pay 18% buyers premium and
                                  3% discount for all payments made in cash or approved check. North Carolina sales tax of
                                  6.75% applies unless exempt. Absentee bids or phone bids will be accepted so call
                                  (919) 644-1243 to make arrangements by Friday May 4, 5:00 PM. All phone or absentee
                                  bids must be secured with a credit card and paid for within 5 days of sale completion. Payment
                                  is due at the end of the auction by cash, certified fund, approved check, Visa, MC, or AMEX.
                                  Everything sells “As is, Where is, and Without Warranty or Fault and with ownership .                                 conveyed with the fall of the auctioneers hammer. Please view our website for all details at
                                  www.llauctions.com . Please view and bid on our auction live on the internet at
                                  www.ebayliveauctions.com .  
Auction Items:  We are honored to be selling unreserved at public auction the extensive and important Indian artifact study collection gathered by Charles W. Merry, Sr. (1913 - 2002) of Rockville, Maryland.
Mr. Merry was an amateur archaeologist of the highest order, meticulously recording his finds and sharing them with professionals. His comprehensive assemblage of pre-historic material formed the basis for Jack Hranicky's massive "Lithic Technology in the Middle Potomac River Valley of Maryland and Virginia." The Merry Collection was also used to illustrate Hranicky and Painter's "A Guide to the Identification of Virginia Projectile Points." Many of the pieces offered in this sale are thus enhanced by the ironclad provenance of having been published.
Mr. Merry's efforts resulted in a highly focused regional collection spanning some 12,000 years of Native American history along the Potomac. He spent the leisure hours of a lifetime recovering artifacts from plowed fields and riverbanks that have long since been lost to urban sprawl emanating from nearby Washington, D. C. Nothing like the Merry Collection will ever again be formed in the vicinity of our nation's capital.
Although some of the collection's finer pieces are to be sold individually, most of the material will be offered in Mr. Merry's original homemade trays as organized by him. Please view our website at www.llauctions.com .
                          .
Lodging:  Inn at Teardrops (919) 732-1120
                 Holiday Inn Express (919) 644-7997
 
Auction Company: Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales Ltd., 246 S. Nash Street, Hillsborough, North
                                Carolina 27278. Auctioneer: Leland J Little, NCAL#6139; NCFL#7452. 
Auction Notes: Concession will be available at the auction.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of Leland Little Auction & Estate:919-644-1243 246 S Nash St Hillsborough, NC 27278, US

Event: HELBING AUCTIONEERS NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACT AUCTION
When: May 5, 2007 
Auction Hours: Friday Preview 7:00-9:00 PM, Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00 AM,
                        Saturday Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete
Where: Ramkota Hotel, 3200 West Maple St, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57107
Contact: Bob Helbling, (701) 428-3184, cell phone (701) 212-2950 or email helblingauction@qwest.net
Auction Information: 104 lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts and each item in each lot is sold individually  
                                  to the highest bidder. NO buyers premium and 6% sales tax will be charged. Terms of the sale .                                 are cash or check with proper ID, NO credit cards. Nothing is to be removed until it is paid for.
                                  Everything sells “As is, Where is, and Without Warranty. Announcements made the day of the
                                  Auction supersedes any other information given. Absentee bids or phone bids will be accepted
                                  so call (701) 428-3184 to make arrangements by Friday May 4, 3:00 PM.
                                  Please view our website at http://www.midwestauctions.com/helbling/_private/index.html .                                

Auction Items:   This sale consists of the best authentic High Plains Native American Indian artifacts from a lifetime one-owner collection found before 1970 on private land mainly from Western North Dakota and North Central South Dakota. There are hundreds of stone, flint and bone artifacts consisting of: rare atl-atl weight, bird points, spear points, knives, scrapers, awls, glass & shell beads, pipes, axes, hammers, celts and grinding stones from all time periods, Paleo to Fur Trade. They are great examples of their type showing fine workmanship with the majority of the artifacts being made from Knife River Flint, Agatized Wood, and Agate materials. Included is a great group of historic Native American Plains beaded artifacts from the W. Jensen and M. Killy collections: featuring 5 pairs of moccasins, pipe bag, knife case, catlinite pipe & stem, 2 hat bands, child's belt, decorated elk antler hide scraper, quilled awl case with bone awl, quilled horse hair dance regalia, beaded horse and beaded wall hanging. They will sell in the middle of the sale. Please view the items at http://www.midwestauctions.com/helbling/_private/index.html
                          .

Lodging:  Ramkota Hotel (605) 336-0650
 
Auction Company: Helbling Auctioneers, Inc., P O Box 264, Kindred, North Dakota 58051
Auction Notes: Concession will be available at the auction.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of Ramkota Hotel:605-336-0650 3200 W Maple St Sioux Falls, SD 57107, US

Event: 3RD ANNUAL LULING INDIAN ARTIFACT & COLLECTABLE SHOW
Affiliation: None
When: May 5, 2007
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 6:30-8:30 AM--Show 8:30 AM-4:00 PM,
Where: Luling Civic Center, 333 East Austin Street, Luling, TX 78648
Contact: Show Host: Randy Engelke (830) 875-5216 or email:
lulingparksre@yahoo.com
Table Information: 75 eight foot tables are available @ $35 per table for dealers or $10 for display only collectors.
                              Tables must be reserved in advance.
Admission: Admission $4 adults Children 11 and under are free
Lodging: Luling Coachway Inn (830) 875-5635
              Lockhart Best Western (512) 398-4911 (16 miles from show)
              Seguin Holiday Inn (830) 372-0860 (24 miles from show)
Show Rules: Authentic Indian Artifacts, Reproductions (Must be Labeled as such), Western Cowboy items,
                    Military items, Guns (pre 1940), Fossils, and related items allowed. No grave goods will be .                                 .                   permitted.                                                     
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show. 
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 333 E Austin St., Luling, TX 78648-2205, US

Event: DEMOTTE PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: CSAS & The Indiana Archaeological Society
When: May 5, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: DeMotte Christian School Gym, 1220 Begonia Street, DeMotte, Indiana 46310
Contact: Show Host: Ron Mosier (219) 987-2036, Dave Vanderwall (219) 987-4357, or Marv Toppen (219) 987-4622 
Table Information: 75 eight foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Holiday Inn Express (219) 866-7111
              Super 8 (219) 699-8888
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No guns or reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 1220 Begonia St Se., Demotte, IN 46310-8524, US

Event: WAVERLY INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: CSAS, The Volunteer State Archaeological Society, & The Dickson County Archaeological Society
When: May 6, 2007  (*** Please take Note *** The dates in the recently issued VSAS flyer & Central States Journal are wrong! The date IS May 6th!)
Show Hours: Sunday Dealers Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Waverly Middle School, 520 East Main, Waverly, Tennessee 37185
Contact: Show Host: Hank Hafner (615) 789-5775,  Ernie Hestand (615) 296-4409, or Richard Anderson (615) 646-2646    
Table Information: 70 six foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers or one free & $10 on additional
                               tables for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Imperial Lodge (931) 296-2521
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, related books, or cases allowed. No guns or reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  Concessions are available at the show. This is the 35TH annual show for this event.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 520 E Main St., Waverly, TN 37185-1712, US

Event: RON HELMAN’S ARTIFACT AUCTION #2 AT OLD BARN AUCTION

When: May 19, 2007 

Auction Hours: Friday Preview 12:00 PM-10:00 PM, Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00, Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete

Where: Old Barn Auction, 10040 State Route 224 West, Findlay, Ohio 45840

Contact: Jan Sorgenfrei (419) 422-8531 or email auction@oldbarn.com view the website at www.oldbarn.com 

Auction Information: 470 lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. A colored,

                                  Illustrated catalog of auction items is available for $15 or one year subscription $60, Canada $80.

                                  A 10% buyers premium and 6% sales tax will be charged on each item. Tax exemptions will

                                  be allowed with a state tax exemption number or on shipments made out of the state of Ohio. Absentee

.                                 bids and phone bids will be accepted so call (419) 422-8531 or fax (419) 422-5321.

                                  If you plan to phone bid, please make arrangements during the week before the sale. Absentee bids

                                  must be sent in or called in by Friday before the sale. A “prices realized list” will be sent out after

                                  each auction. For live internet bidding go to www.liveauctioneers.com or www.ebay.com to register.

                                  An additional 5% will be added to the buyer’s premium for internet bidding. Please look at the

                                  items on our website at www.oldbarn.com . Payment must be made by cash, approved personal

                                  check, or Visa & MasterCard (There is a 3% processing fee on credit card payments). All accounts

                                  must be settled by the end of the sale. The auction is strictly an “as is sale” with absolutely NO

                                  returns or adjustments made 30 days after the sale date.                                   

Auction Items: Auction items will include items from the personal collection of Ron Helman of Sidney, Ohio, Dudley

                         Bravard of Springfield, Ohio, Marvin Seeley of Indian Lake, Ohio and the McVetta Family (Who’s Who

                         No. 3), Mt. Cory, Ohio. Three auctions totaling approximately 1500 lots are scheduled for the highest bidder.

                         Most of the artifacts have been packed away for over 25 years. These important old collections represent

                         the most choice and diversified assemblage of pre-historic artifacts to be sold publicly in many years,

                         providing serious collectors a unique opportunity to acquire well documented, authentic, investment

                         grade relics.

                         Highlights include several extremely rare Glacial Kame artifacts, ten birdstones, eight bar amulets, six

                         Ohio trophy axes, fine Flint Ridge flint, a large amount of exceptional stone tools, great slate types,

                         Including what is probably the LARGEST AND FINEST NOTCHED BUTTERFLY BANNER EVER

                        SOLD AT AUCTION. Sixty pots plus a large selection of archaeological books and publications will also be

                         auctioned. To view these auction items on line please go to www.oldbarn.com .

Lodging: Red Roof Inn (419) 424-0466

               Ramada Travel Inn (419) 423-8212

               Hampton Inn (419) 422-5252

               Days Inn (419) 423-7171

               Roadway Inn (419) 424-1133

               Holiday Inn Express (419) 420-1776

               Super 8 Motel (800) 843-1991

               Country Hearth Inn (419) 423-4303

Auction Company: Old Barn Auction with Auctioneers Don Stratton and Dave Wedertz. Licensed by The Ohio

                              Department of Agriculture and Bonded in Favor of the State of Ohio.

Auction Notes: There are dealer sales tables available at a slight fee for any dealer who would like to

                        sale at the auction. Dealer set up will be on Friday during preview hours. 

Map Quest to Show: Map of 10040 W Us Route 224, Findlay, OH 45840-1914, US

Event: Springfield Missouri Indian Artifact Show

Affiliation:  None

When: May 19-20, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday - Dealer Set up 11:00 am-12:00 pm --Show 12:00 PM-6:00 PM, Sunday 10 am to 5 pm
Where: IBEW Union Hall, 2902 E Division St, Springfield, Missouri 65803
Contact: Show Host: Stephen Burks (417) 619-3269 svjburks@sbcglobal.net or Richard Eady (417) 533-4268
Table Information: Eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers and $10 per table for display only collectors.
Admission: $3.00 Adults Under 10 free 2 day pass $5
Lodging: Hampton Inn East (417) 863-1440   Map to Hotel

Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Neolithic, Fossils, or related items allowed. The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concession available at the show.

Map Quest to Show:  IBEW Union Hall

Event: ASO ALADDIN SHRINE TEMPLE ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: The Archaeological Society of Ohio
When: May 20, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Aladdin Shrine Temple, 3850 Stelzer Road, Columbus, Ohio 43219
For Info Contact: Rocky Falleti at (330) 788-1598 or email rfalleti@aol.com .
Table Information: 100 six & four foot tables are available @ $15 per 6’ table-$12 per 4’ table for dealers
                              and free for display only collectors if you are a member of the ASO.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: The Midwest Hotel & Conference Center (614) 846-0300
              Country Inn & Suites East (614) 861-8888
              Best Western Executive Suites (614) 864-1280
              Radisson Hotel Columbus (614) 436-0700
              Courtyard by Marriott Columbus Airport (614) 475-8530
              Hampton Inn Columbus (614) 235-0717 
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No reproductions will be permitted unless labeled.
                    All items sold must be guaranteed during the show.  The ASO reserves the right to ask any dealer to                    .                   remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions are available at the show.
Editors Notes: This society is a well organized and managed under the leadership of Rocky Faleti, president.
                       The ASO has 28 chapters with a strong membership of over 2200. For those who would like to
                       know more about the ASO just visit their website at www.ohioarch.org or call the toll free number
                       (800) 736-7815 to talk to Peggy Patton about being a member.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 3850 Stelzer Rd., Columbus, OH 43219-3044, US 

Event: ELIZABETHTOWN KENTUCKY PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Green River Archaeological Society
When: May 26, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Pritchard Community Center, 404 South Mulberry, Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701
Contact: Show Host: Don Reynolds (270) 358-3405 
Table Information: 100 six foot tables are available @ $10 per table
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Hampton Inn (270) 765-6663
              Ramada Inn (270) 769-9683
              Comfort Inn (270) 769-3030           
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts allowed. No guns or Pre Columbian will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 404 S Mulberry St., Elizabethtown, KY 42701-1404, US

Event: NEWARK OHIO JAMES F HAHN PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION
When: May 27, 2007,  
Auction Hours: Sunday Preview 8:00-10:00 AM, Sunday Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete 
Where: The Teheran Grotto Hall, 124 Waterworks Road, Newark, Ohio 43055
Contact: James F. Hahn (740) 522-3431 or email jim@hahnauctions.com or davidrrowlands@hotmail.com  
Auction Information: 400 plus lots of Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. Lots
                                  of the items to be sold are available by viewing the website www.hahnauctions.com
                                  A small 10% buyers premium applies to all auction items plus a sales tax of  
                                  7.0 % will be charged at the auction unless a resale number is given in writing. 
                                  All items are sold “as is” and are the bidders responsibility. Proxy bids will be accepted
                                  so call Dave Rowlands (440) 717-0806 for arrangements by 3:00 PM 5/26/07. Decisions
                                  regarding returns are made solely by Jim Hahn Auctions, Inc. and are NOT subject to
                                  the opinions of authenticators and other hobbyists. We reserve the right to withhold
                                  merchandise until payment is received. Please remember this is an auction. ALL SALES
                                  ARE FINAL!
 
Auction Items: James F. Hahn, Inc. is pleased to announce PART THREE of the Indian Artifact Collection of the late Robert Klan (see Bibliography found elsewhere in this catalog).  Fine Ohio & midwestern flint types, including an outstanding selection of Dovetails, Ashtabulas and Paleo Flutes.  Fine Slate - Bannerstones, Gorgets and Pendants.  Stone tools - Axes, Pestles and Celts.  Many Hundreds of points will be sold in frames, many of which would normally be sold separately.  Sheer volume of the collection means exceptional value for you.  Many desirable book titles will also be offered.  Lots for the beginner to the more advanced collector.  Opportunities will abound for those who participate in this exceptional estate dispersal.  A small number of additions have been added to round out the sale.  All lots will be clearly marked with correct collector history.  There will be No reserves of any kind. Please look for the display of this complete catalogue of auction items on www.arrowheads.com before this great auction.
 
Lodging: Holiday Inn (887) 995-0770 in Heath
                Cherry Valley Lodge (800) 788-9908 in Newark
                Ramada Inn (800) 228-2828 in Heath
Auction Company: James F. Hahn, Inc., 1118 Ramp Lane, Heath, Ohio 43056. The company is owned and
                              managed by James F. Hahn, Licensed and Bonded by the State of Ohio (License #20020000238).
                              Ron Rhodeback-Auctioneer
Auction Notes: There will be concession available at the auction. Dealers can set up and sell on the premises
                          for a fee of $25
Map Quest to Show: Map of 124 Waterworks Rd., Newark, OH 43055-6059, US 

Event: GAINESVILLE ARTIFACT & FOSSIL SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Sunshine State Archaeological Society
When: June 2, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 6:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Holiday Inn West, 7417 Newberry Rd, Gainesville, Florida 32605
Contact: Show Host: Hugh McKenzie (407) 647-3074
Table Information: 80 eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table, and 20 six foot tables at $15 per table
Admission: $3 per day for adults and children over 12 years of age. Children 12 and under are free.
Lodging: Holiday Inn West (352) 332-7500 Ask for show rates
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, or Fossils allowed. No grave goods will be permitted. 
                    All reproductions must be labeled.              
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Hotel concessions and restaurant will be available at the show. On Friday night in the rooms, there will be
                    pre-show sells & trades, which are a lot of fun for all.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 7417 W Newberry Rd., Gainesville, FL 32605-4322, US

Event: 6TH ANNUAL SPRING SOUTHERN KENTUCKY ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: Cumberland River Archaeological Society of Kentucky
When: June 2, 2007
Show Hours: Friday Set up 5:00-9:00 PM, Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Center for Rural Development, 2292 South HW 27, Somerset, Kentucky 42501
Contact: Show Host: Danny Bray (877) 891-2911. (606) 561-4798 or email:
dbray4798@charter.net  
Table Information: 140 eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: Free Admission
Lodging: Holiday Inn Express (606) 678-2023
              Best Western (606) 677-9000
              Comfort Inn (606) 677-1500
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Fossils, Pre Columbian or quality collectibles allowed.
                    No reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions are available at the show
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 2292 S Highway 27 Somerset, KY 42501-2905, US

Event: 10th ANNUAL LONE STAR STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SHOW

                

Affiliation: GIRS & The Lone Star State Archaeological Society
When: June 8-9, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Set up 12:00-7:30 PM, Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-5:30 PM,
                    (Security is provided for dealer tables after show hours)
Where: Mayborn Convention Center, 3303 North 3rd Street, Temple, TX 76501
Contact: Show Host: Leslie Pfeiffer (210) 828-5452 (210) 824-0430 or email:
lpfeiffer1@satx.rr.com 
Table Information: 230 eight foot tables are available @ $35 per table for dealers and free to display only collectors.
Admission: $3 per day for adults and children over 15 years of age. Children 14 and under are free.
Lodging: Holiday Inn Express (254) 770-1100 Ask for artifact show rates.
              Comfort Suites (254) 770-0300 Ask for artifact show rates.             
Show Rules: Only North American prehistoric artifacts will be allowed to be displayed, sold, or traded. Absolutely no
                    modern material, pre Columbian, burial goods, items found on state of federal land, or foreign material
                    will be allowed. Walk-in’s will be checked at the door and are subject to the same show rules. Full refund
                    must be made on request on any item sold during show hours. No pictures are to be made in the showroom
                    at any time. All tables will be reviewed by the show committee and any items in question must be removed
                    upon request. 
Show Notes: High security will be provided from 5:00 PM Friday through 5:30 PM Saturday to include overnight between
                    show hours.
Editors Notes: This is one of the best shows in the country each year! This show is very well organized and managed
                       which makes it fun for all.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 3303 N 3rd St Temple, TX 76501-1364, US

Event: SHELBYVILLE INDIANA T&T PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION
When: June 09, 2007 
Auction Hours: Friday Preview 4:00-8:30 PM, Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00,
                          Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete
Where: Bear Chase Golf Club, 2660 North Riley Hwy, Shelbyville, Indiana 46176
              I-74 North, Exit 113
Contact: Tony Putty (765) 763-6948, cell phone (317) 509-0860 or email Ttputty@aol.com
Auction Information: 400 plus lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. A colored,
                                  illustrated catalog of auction items is available 3 weeks prior to the sale for $10.
                                  There is a 10% buyer’s premium. A 6% sales tax will be charged unless exempt.  Absentee .                                 bids and phone bids will be accepted so call (765) 763-6948. If you plan to phone
                                  bid, please make arrangements during the week before the sale. Absentee bids must be
                                  called in by Friday before the sale. Terms of the sale are cash, approved check, Visa,
                                  MasterCard, American Express & Discover. All credit card purchases are subject to a
                                  small 3% fee of the total. The Day of Sale phone number is will be given the day of the
                                  sale to the phone bidders. Please don’t miss these fine artifacts. Please view our website .                                 at.                                
www.tonyputtyartifacts.com . No returns or adjustments after 30 days from the end of the sale.
                                  Please view the entire catalogue click on the auction banner at www.arrowheads.com .
                                  For live internet bidding go to www.liveauctioneers.com or www.ebay.com to register.
                                  An additional 5% will be added to the buyer’s premium for internet bidding.  
Auction Items: Artifacts to be auctioned are from the collections of: Rick Fitzgerald, Verne Petry, Dub Grant, Fred Marsh
                        and Dr Hawes. Their collections represent artifacts that were in the collections of Earl Townsend, Dr  Hugh Young, the Bush Brothers, Dr Gordon Meuser, Gordon Hart, Payne, Stone, Knoblock and Ben Thompson.
                        Many of the artifacts have been pictured in prominent journals, books and other publications. A large number of the artifacts have been authenticated by independent authenticators. This is one of the best
auctions of the year so don’t miss this one.

Lodging:  Holiday Inn Express (317) 398-0472
                Hampton Inn (317) 398-9100
Auction Company: Auctioneers Brent Fuchs, Licensed and Bonded by the Sate of Indiana
                              License # AU1044390
Auction Notes: Concessions will be available at the auction.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 2660 N Riley Hwy., Shelbyville, IN 46176-9409, US 

Event: ATHENS PEACH STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Peach State Archaeological Society
When: June 9, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Greater Athens Church of God, 565 Tallassee Rd, Athens, Georgia 30606
Contact: Show Host: Donald Schultz (706) 549-6883 or email athensDL1@charter.net  
Table Information: 70 eight foot tables are available @ $15 for Peach State member dealers, $20 per table for non-member dealers or $5 for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Holiday Inn (706) 549-4433
              Bulldog Inn (706) 543-3611
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No burial items or reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  Concessions will be available at the church.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 565 Tallassee Rd., Athens, GA 30606-1305, US

Event: ATHENS ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Rebel State Archaeological Society
When: June 10, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealers setup 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Athens State University Ball Room, Pryor Street, Athens, Alabama 35611
Contact: Show Host: John Hammons (256) 232-0698 or email jrh@pclnet.net
                                 Barry Waters (256) 247-3793 or email h2osbp@aol.com     
Table Information: 70 six foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers or $5 for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Country Hearth Inn (256) 232-1520
              Comfort Inn (256) 232-2704
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Civil War relics, or related items allowed.
                    No reproductions will be permitted. Only 25% of the display can be other than Native American.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: This is the 23rd annual event for this show. Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of E Hobbs St & N Beaty St., Athens, AL 35611, US

Event: HENSCHEL ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Badger State Archaeological Society
When: June 10, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 9:00-10:00 AM--Show 10:00 AM-4:00 PM,
Where: Henschel Indian Museum, N 8661 Holstein Road, Elkhart, Wisconsin 53020
Contact: Show Host: Gary Henschel (920) 876-3193
Table Information: 25 eight foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers or $5 each for display
                              only collectors.
Admission: $3 for adults and children over 10 years of age. Children 10 and under are free.
Lodging: Oshotoff Resort (920) 876-3366
              Americinn Hotel Plymouth (920) 892-2669
              Baymont Inn & Suites (920) 893-6781
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, and Indian culture related items allowed.
                    No guns or burial goods will be permitted. All reproductions must be labeled.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show. Flint Knapping demonstrations will be held during the show.
                    There will be Atlatl competitions during the show. There be horse drawn hay rides for viewing of the Effigy Mounds. Trout fishing or trout feeding will be available. This is a family fun show so please come.

Map Quest to Show: Map of [n8600-n8899] Holstein Rd., Elkhart Lake, WI 53020, US

Event: COLUMBUS OHIO CONVERSE PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION
When: June 10, 2007 
Auction Hours: Saturday Preview 6:00-9:00 PM, Sunday Preview 8:00-10:00,
                          Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete
Where: Aladdin Shrine Temple, 3850 Stelzer Road, Columbus, Ohio 43219
Contact: Robert N. Converse (614) 873-5471, cell phone (614) 546-9264 or email rconvers@columbus.rr.com   
Auction Information: 350+ lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. A colored,
                                  illustrated catalog of auction items is available for $20 with a $10 credit on a purchase.
                                  A 5% buyers premium and 6.75% sales tax will be charged on each item. Absentee bids and     .                                 phone bids will be accepted so call (614) 873-5471 or cell (614) 546-9264. If you plan to phone
                                  bid, please make arrangements during the week before the sale. Absentee bids must be
                                  called in by Friday before the sale. This auction is not open to the public! Only catalogue
                                  buyers or those on the mailing list should write, call or check with us the day of the sale.
                                  We reserve the right to refuse admittance to others. Day of Sale phone number is
                                  (614) 546-9264 so don’t miss these fine artifacts. Please view our website at
                                  www.converseauction.com .                                
Auction Items: This sale of fine artifacts are from several nice well known Ohio collections.
                        A number of Dr Meuser pieces are in the sale and other collections represented are Stanley Copeland,
                        Cameron Parks, Earl Townsend, Wachtel, Kientz, Judge Payne, Hooks, Vietzen, Hill, Bunche,
   Wehrle, and others.
Lodging: The Midwest Hotel & Conference Center (614) 846-0300
                Country Inn & Suites East (614) 861-8888
                Best Western Executive Suites (614) 864-1280
                Radisson Hotel Columbus (614) 436-0700
                Courtyard by Marriott Columbus Airport (614) 475-8530
                Hampton Inn Columbus (614) 235-0717
Auction Company: Auctioneers Robert Sweeney, Jeff Kerr and Robert Converse. Licensed by The Ohio
                              Department of Agriculture and Bonded in Favor of the State of Ohio.
Auction Notes: Concession will be available at the auction.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 3850 Stelzer Rd., Columbus, OH 43219-3044, US 

Event: RESERVATION RANCH INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: None
When: June 16, 2007
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 6:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-6:00 PM,
Where: Reservation Ranch, 13024 HW 36, Comanche, TX 76442
Contact: Show Host: Carl Hall (325) 356-5950 or email: has.entpr@itexas.net
Table Information: 60 six foot tables are available @ $25 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: Free Admission
Lodging: Comanche Country Comfort (325) 356-2543
              Comanche Inn (325) 356-5267
Show Rules: Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Guns (Pre 1940), Reproductions (Must be Labeled), Fur Trade,
                     and Fossils allowed. No grave goods will be permitted.The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show. Flint knapping demonstrations will be going on
                   during the show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of State Hwy 36 & County Road 324, Comanche, TX 76442, US

Event: PRATTVILLE ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: Hillabee Archaeological Society
When: June 16, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers setup 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Doster Memorial Community Center, 424 North Northington Street, Prattville, Alabama 36067
Contact: Show Host: Tony Bulger (334) 365-7766 or email mbulg@bellsouth.net and Overton Lewis (334) 365-4795
Table Information: 60 eight foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers or $7 per table for
                              display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Holiday Inn (334) 285-3420
              Comfort Inn (334) 365-6003
              Best Western (334) 361-2007
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian or related items allowed. No guns or
                    reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  This is the 17th annual show for this event. Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 424 N Northington St., Prattville, AL 36067-2524, US

Event: HANNIBAL MISSOURI ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: Marion-Ralls County Archaeological Society & Hannibal Parks & Recreation Board 

When: June 16-17, 2007

Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 8:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-4:00 PM, Sunday Dealers 8:00-9:00 AM

                    Show 9:00 AM-3:00 PM

Where: Admiral Coontz Armory, 301 Warren Barrett Dr, Hannibal, Missouri 63401
Contact: Show Host: John Chapman (573) 735-5100, (573) 735-4757 or email John.W.Chapman@usps.gov  

Table Information: 40 eight foot tables are available--FREE to MRCAS members. Non members $10 per table set up fee.

Admission: Free admission to all

Lodging: Hannibal Inn (573) 221-6610 or (800) 325-0777

              Super 7 Motel (573) 221-2016

              Super 8 Motel (573) 221-5863

Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items can be displayed. All items sold must carry a

                    show guarantee. No burial goods will be allowed.

                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.

Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show. There will be photographer available during the

                    show.  

Map Quest to Show: Click Here

 

Event: LEBANON PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Indiana Archaeological Society
When: June 23, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: The Commercial Building, 1300 East 100 South, Lebanon, Indiana 46052
Contact: Show Host: John Lewis (765) 483-4135 or email John at jlewisrocks@yahoo.com or Brian Feltner (765) 482-5359
Table Information: 150 eight foot tables are available @ 1-table $15, 2-tables $25, or 3-tables $30 for dealers
                              or display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Ramada Inn (765) 482-0500 Exit 139
              Super 8 (765) 482-9999 Exit 140
              Holiday Inn Express (765) 483-4100 Exit 140
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No guns or reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. All Items sold must carry a guarantee for the duration of the show. Host awards will be given out during the show.
Show Notes:  Campsites are available at the show site upon request. Campsites must be reserved by May 1. There
                     are 57 restaurants in the area for a lot of good eating. Concessions and drawings will be available
                     at the show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 1300 E 100 S., Lebanon, IN 46052-9634, US

Event: RON HELMAN’S ARTIFACT AUCTION #3 AT OLD BARN AUCTION
When: June 23, 2007 
Auction Hours: Friday Preview 12:00 PM-10:00 PM, Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00, Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete
Where: Old Barn Auction, 10040 State Route 224 West, Findlay, Ohio 45840
Contact: Jan Sorgenfrei (419) 422-8531 or email auction@oldbarn.com view the website at www.oldbarn.com 
Auction Information: 470 lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. A colored,
                                  Illustrated catalog of auction items is available for $15 or one year subscription $60, Canada $80.
                                  A 10% buyers premium and 6% sales tax will be charged on each item. Tax exemptions will
                                  be allowed with a state tax exemption number or on shipments made out of the state of Ohio. Absentee
.                                 bids and phone bids will be accepted so call (419) 422-8531 or fax (419) 422-5321.
                                  If you plan to phone bid, please make arrangements during the week before the sale. Absentee bids
                                  must be sent in or called in by Friday before the sale. A “prices realized list” will be sent out after
                                  each auction. For live internet bidding go to www.liveauctioneers.com or www.ebay.com to register.
                                  An additional 5% will be added to the buyer’s premium for internet bidding. Please look at the
                                  items on our website at www.oldbarn.com . Payment must be made by cash, approved personal
                                  check, or Visa & MasterCard (There is a 3% processing fee on credit card payments). All accounts
                                  must be settled by the end of the sale. The auction is strictly an “as is sale” with absolutely NO
                                  returns or adjustments made 30 days after the sale date.                                   
Auction Items: Auction items will include items from the personal collection of Ron Helman of Sidney, Ohio, Dudley
                         Bravard of Springfield, Ohio, Marvin Seeley of Indian Lake, Ohio and the McVetta Family (Who’s Who

                         No. 3), Mt. Cory, Ohio. Three auctions totaling approximately 1500 lots are scheduled for the highest bidder.

                         Most of the artifacts have been packed away for over 25 years. These important old collections represent
                         the most choice and diversified assemblage of pre-historic artifacts to be sold publicly in many years,
                         providing serious collectors a unique opportunity to acquire well documented, authentic, investment
                         grade relics.
                         Highlights include several extremely rare Glacial Kame artifacts, ten birdstones, eight bar amulets, six
                         Ohio trophy axes, fine Flint Ridge flint, a large amount of exceptional stone tools, great slate types,
                         Including what is probably the LARGEST AND FINEST NOTCHED BUTTERFLY BANNER EVER
.                       SOLD AT AUCTION. Sixty pots plus a large selection of archaeological books and publications will also be
                         auctioned. To view these auction items on line please go to www.oldbarn.com .
Lodging: Red Roof Inn (419) 424-0466
               Ramada Travel Inn (419) 423-8212
               Hampton Inn (419) 422-5252
               Days Inn (419) 423-7171
               Roadway Inn (419) 424-1133
               Holiday Inn Express (419) 420-1776
               Super 8 Motel (800) 843-1991
               Country Hearth Inn (419) 423-4303
Auction Company: Old Barn Auction with Auctioneers Don Stratton and Dave Wedertz. Licensed by The Ohio
                              Department of Agriculture and Bonded in Favor of the State of Ohio.
Auction Notes: There are dealer sales tables available at a slight fee for any dealer who would like to
                        sale at the auction. Dealer set up will be on Friday during preview hours. 
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 10040 W Us Route 224, Findlay, OH 45840-1914, US

Event: 23rd ANNUAL NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACT & ANTIQUE SHOW
Affiliation: None
When: June 23-24, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Dealer Set up 2:00 PM-9:00 PM Saturday Dealers Set up 8:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
                    Sunday Show 8:00 AM-2:00 PM (Security is provided for dealer tables after show hours)
Where: Sauk County Fairgrounds, 6th Street & Washington Ave, Baraboo, Wisconsin 53913
Contact: Show Host: John Welsch (920) 923-3842 or email
cheyenneart@charter.net  
Table Information: 100 eight foot tables are available @ $80 per table for dealers and display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all. Free parking at the fair grounds.
Lodging: Thunderbird Motel (800) 233-0827
               Campus Inn (800) 421-4748
               Make reservations by May 25 and get the artifact show discount rate at each location.
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, fossils, Civil War relics, pottery, antiques, or related items allowed.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. All items
                    sold must be guaranteed during the show.
Show Notes:  Concessions will be available at the show. Trailer hook-ups are available at the fair grounds.                    
Map Quest to Show: Map of 6th St & Washington Ave., Baraboo, WI 53913, US 

Event: REED CITY MICHIGAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Wolverine State Archaeological Society
When: June 24, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM Sunday 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Lincoln Township Hall, 20920 9 Mile Road, Reed City, Michigan 49677
Contact: Show Host: Sherman Campbell (231) 832-4986
Table Information: 32 six foot tables are available @ $5 per table
Admission: Free admission
Lodging: Super 8 Motel (231) 734-0470 at Evart
               Holiday Inn (231) 796-4400 at Big Rapids
               Best Western (231) 592-5150 at Big Rapids
               Super 8 Motel (231) 796-1588 at Big Rapids
Show Rules: Only North American prehistoric artifacts, Pre Columbian, or related items will be allowed to be
                    displayed, sold, or traded. Absolutely no modern reproductions will be allowed. Full refund must be
                    made on any item sold during show hours upon request. All tables will be reviewed by the show
                    committee and any items in question must be removed upon request. 
Show Notes: This is the 2nd  annual show for this event. Concessions will be available at the show. Local artifact
                    displays and collections welcome.                    
Map Quest to Show:  Map of 20920 9 Mile Rd., Reed City, MI 49677-8528, US

Event: CAPE GIRARDEAU ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & the Greater St Louis Archaeological Society
When: Sunday June 24, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM—Show 7:00 AM-4:00 PM,
Where: Drury Lodge, 1040 South Vantage, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
Contact: Show Host: Jerry Davis ((573) 243-5020
Table Information: 70 eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers and $20 per table for display
                              only collectors.
Admission: Free Admission to all.
Lodging: Drury Inn (573) 334-7151
               Pear Tree (573) 334-7151
               Holiday Inn (573) 334-4491              
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items can be displayed. No other items will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table as tables will be policed during the show.                    
Show Notes: This is the 27th annual show for this event. Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of [175-199] Vantage Dr., Cape Girardeau, MO 63701, US

Event: JIM BOWIE DAYS INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: None
When: June 30, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Set up 6:00-8:00 PM  Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-4:00 PM                   
Where: Legend Bank Community Room, 307 N Mason Street, Bowie, Texas 76230
Contact: Show Host: Jean Angove (940) 872-5661 or Terry Greenroy (940) 872-2639
Table Information: 50 six foot tables are available @ $25 per table for dealers and free for display only collectors.
Admission: Free Admission
Lodging: Days Inn (940) 872-5426
Show Rules: Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Guns, or related items are allowed. No burial items
                    will be permitted. All items must be guaranteed and any reproductions must be labeled as such.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: This is the 41ST annual Jim Bowie Days. Concessions will be available at the show and they are great!
                    There fun events for the whole family going on all over town so don’t miss it! Pease visit our
                    website at www.jimbowiedays.com for more details.
Map Quest to Show:Map of 307 N Mason St Bowie, TX 76230-4834, US  

Event: 3RD ANNUAL TUPELO INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: The Magnolia State Archaeological Society Please visit our website at:
                   www.magnoliastatearch.blogspot.com 
When: July 7, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 6:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:30 PM
Where: Itawamba Community College: Multipurpose Bldg, 2176 S Eason Blvd, Tupelo, Mississippi 38804
Contact: Show Host: Scott Fears (662) 315-1956 from 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM or email scott75@gmail.com     
Table Information: 60 tables are available @ $10 for 6’ table, $15 for 8’ table, or $20 for 12’ table
                              Tables must be paid for in advance for all dealers and display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all

Lodging: Ramada Inn (662) 844-4111
               Best Western (662) 842-4403
               Red Roof Inn (662) 844-1904
               Microtel Inn & Suites (662) 840-2111              
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No burial items or reproductions will be
                     permitted. Native American Artifacts must be 2/3 of total table display.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  Concessions will be available. Awards will be given for Best of Show and Best of Featured Point
                     Type which is the “Beaver Lake”. You must be a MSAS member to be eligible to win.  
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 2176 S Eason Blvd., Tupelo, MS 38804-5981, US

Event: INDIANOLA IOWA ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & Hawkeye State Archaeological Society
When: July 8, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM Show 8:00-1:00 PM
Where: American Legion Hall, 105 West 1st Av, Indianola, IA 50125
Contact: Show Host: Mike Fox (515) 238-1590 or email anfox@earthlink.net
Table Information: 35 eight foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers or are free to display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all.
Lodging: Apple Tree Inn (515) 961-0551
              Super 8 (515) 961-0058
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items are allowed. No reproductions or guns will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 105 W 1st Ave., Indianola, IA 50125-2506, US

Event: ANTIQUE HELPER’S WALTER NELSON ARTIFACT AUCTION

When: July 14, 2007 

Auction Hours: Friday Preview 4:00-8:00 PM, Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00,

                          Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete

Where: Antique Helper Auctions, 2764 E. 55TH Place, Indianapolis, IN 46220

Contact: Dan Ripley (317) 251-5635, fax (253) 322-5430 or email sales@antiquehelper.com   

Auction Information: 272 plus lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder.

                                  Live internet, floor, absentee, and phone bidding are available for this auction.

                                  For complete details of terms and conditions for this auction please go to

                                  www.antiquehelper.com/termsandconditions.php . For absentee and phone bidding

                                  please go to www.antiquehelper.com/absentee_bidding.php for the application form.

                                  Please visit our website for al information on our auctions at www.antiquehelper.com .       

Auction Items: Antique Helper is proud to offer the Walter Nelson collection of Native American artifacts.  Mr. Nelson's contribution to the collecting world is documented in Wachtel's Who's Who in Indian Relics #1.  The collection, in possession of the Nelson family, has remained untouched for over fifty years.  Some highlights will include large and rare Paleo and Archaic flints, fine Texas and Oklahoma flints, and a 4 7/8" Grade Ten Fluted Cumberland.  Other items of importance include a 10 1/2" Moss Agate blade, Turkey Tail points, a 19 1/2" quartz roller pestle, a pestle from the Dr. Bunch collection, stone bowls, baskets, axes, celts and more.  We will be posting updates and numerous photos in the future.  A catalog will be available prior to the sale. Please visit our website for al information on our auctions at www.antiquehelper.com .

Lodging:  AmeriSuites (317) 843-0064

                Hampton Inn (317) 843-1100

                Sheraton (317) 846-2700

Auction Company: Antique Helper Auctions, 2764 E. 55TH Place, Indianapolis, IN 46220,

                              Licensed and Bonded by the Sate of Indiana License # AH2010055                              

Auction Notes: Concessions will be available at the auction.

Map Quest to Show: Map of Antique Helper:317-251-5635 2764 E 55th Pl Indianapolis, IN 46220, US

Event: LEHIGH VALLEY INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: Indian Artifact Collectors Association of the Northeast
When: July 14, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 7:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-3:00 PM ( only IACANE members setting up a table will be allowed in before 9 a.m. )
Where: Schnecksville Fire Company, 4550 Old Packhouse Road, Schnecksville, Pennsylvania 18078
Contact: Show Host: Roy Knieriem (610) 838-3293 or email rknieriem@netzero.com

  
Table Information: 55 eight foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers and free for display only collectors
                              if you are a member of IACANE.
Admission: Free to IACANE members. $3 adults and free to 12 years and under when accompanied by an adult.
Lodging: Holiday Inn (610) 391-1000 Fogelsville, PA
              Days Inn (610) 395-3731 Allentown, PA
              Glasbern Country Inn (610) 285-4723 Fogelsville, PA
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. Reproductions must be labeled.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. All items
                    sold must be guaranteed during the show.
Show Notes:  Concessions are available at the show. Free appraisals and evaluations are available at the show.
                     Flint Knapping and Atlatl demonstrations will be going on during the show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 4550 Old Packhouse Rd.,Schnecksville, PA 18078-2528, US

Event: 5th ANNUAL AACA NATIONAL ANCIENT AMERICAN ARTIFACT EXPOSITION  
Affiliation: AACA
When: July 20-22, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Set up 3:00-7:00 PM, Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-4:00 PM,
                    Sunday Dealers 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-4:00 PM (Security is provided for dealer tables
                    after show hours)
Where: The Drawbridge Inn & Convention Center, 2477 Royal Drive, Fort Mitchell, Kentucky 41017
Contact: Show Host: Jim Fisher (716) 773-8987 or email:
jim@creeksideartifacts.com   
Table Information: 155 six foot tables are available @ $60 per table for dealers or $30 display only collectors.
                              If not staying at The Drawbridge Inn then tables are $75 per table.
                              Tables are only by approved application only so apply at
www.theaaca.com/show
Admission: $3 per day for adults and children over 12 years of age. Children 12 and under are free. Two day
                   pass $5.
Lodging: The Drawbridge Inn (800) 354-9793 in US (800) 352-9866 in KY             
Show Rules: Please review show rules at
www.theaaca.com/show
Show Notes: Friday night there will be a Preview Party after dealer set up from 7:30 PM-10:00 PM with admission
                    of $10. Saturday night there will be a Cocktail Party from 7:30 PM-10:00 PM with fun for all.
                    There will be several seminars given over the weekend so check them out at
                    
www.theaaca.com/show/Seminars.htm
Editors Notes: This show is a class act and fun from start to finish. I will rate this show in the top 3 in the US
                       for the year so try to come.
AACA Membership: To become a free member please register at
www.theaaca.com/Join.html .
Map Quest to Show: Map of 2477 Royal Dr Ft Mitchell, KY 41017-3502, US

Event: WAXAHACHIE TEXAS INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: None
When: July 21, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-6:00 PM                   
Where: Waxahachie Civic Center, 2000 Civic Center Ln, Waxahachie, Texas 75165
Contact: Show Host: Harold Hughes (972) 723-5113 email haroldhighes8665@sbcglobal.net  
                                   James Kemp (254) 889-3885 email: kdgblue@aol.com
Table Information: 44 eight foot tables are available @ $40 per table                               
Admission: $5 per day for adults and children 12 years of age or over. Children 11 and under are free.
                  
Lodging: Hampton Inn (972) 923-0666 Tell them you are with the artifact show for a discount.
                This hotel is right across the parking lot, just a short walk!             
Show Rules: Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Guns, or related items are allowed. No burial items
                     will be permitted. All items must be guaranteed and any reproductions must be labeled as such.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: This is the 11th annual show for this event. 
Map Quest to Show:
Map of Waxahachie Civic Ctr:972-938-3434 2000 Civic Center Ln Waxahachie, TX 75165, US

Event: MCMINNVILLE INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Volunteer State Archaeological Society
When: July 21, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Warren County High School, 199 Pioneer Lane, McMinnville, Tennessee 37110
Contact: Show Host: Kirk Wanamaker (931) 934-3233 or email
ktwanamaker@charter.net    
Table Information: 70 six foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers and free for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: McMinnville Inn (931) 473-7338
               Best Western (931) 473-2156
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, related books, or cases allowed. No guns or reproductions
                      will be permitted.
                     The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  Concessions are available at show. Show host awards will be presented during the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 199 Pioneer Ln., Mc Minnville, TN 37110-8425, US

Event: OLD BARN PREHISTORIC & HISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION
When: July 21, 2007 
Auction Hours: Friday Preview 12:00 PM-9:00 PM, Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00 AM, Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete
Where: Old Barn Auction, 10040 State Route 224 West, Findlay, Ohio 45840
Contact: Jan Sorgenfrei (419) 422-8531 or email auction@oldbarn.com view the website at www.oldbarn.com 
Auction Information: 500 plus lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. A colored,
                                  Illustrated catalog of auction items is available for $15 or one year subscription $60, Canada .                                 $80. A 10% buyers premium and 6% sales tax will be charged on each item. Tax exemptions .                                 will be allowed with a state tax exemption number or on shipments made out of the state of .                                 Ohio.  Absentee bids and phone bids will be accepted so call (419) 422-8531 or fax (419) 422-.                                   5321. If you plan to phone bid, please make arrangements during the week before the sale. .                                 Absentee bids must be sent in or called in by Friday before the sale. A “prices realized list” .                                 will be sent out after each auction. For live internet bidding go to www.liveauctioneers.com or .                                 www.ebay.com to register. An additional 5% will be added to the buyer’s premium for internet .                                 bidding. Please look at the items on our website at www.oldbarn.com . Payment must be made .                                 by cash, approved personal check, or Visa & MasterCard (There is a 3% processing fee on .                                 credit card payments). All accounts must be settled by the end of the sale. The auction is .                                 strictly an “as is sale” with absolutely NO returns or adjustments made 30 days after the sale .                                 date.
Auction Items: This auction features the collection of Richard Buckley Collection of New Haven, CT and Part II of .                                 the late Roy Reinhart Collection of Oxford, OH. Richard Buckley has collected over the past .                                 30 years some nice Historic Material and Lithic Material. For those who view Part 1 of the .                                 Roy Reinhart Collection Auction, there will be more great artifacts that you don’t want to miss! .                                 Please look at the items on our website at www.oldbarn.com .
Lodging: Cross Country Inn (419) 424-0466
               Ramada Inn (419) 423-8212
               Hampton Inn (419) 422-5252
               Days Inn (419) 423-7171
               Roadway Inn (419) 424-1133
               Holiday Inn Express (419) 420-1776
               Super 8 Motel (800) 843-1991
               Country Hearth Inn (419) 423-4303
Auction Company: Old Barn Auction with Auctioneers Don Stratton and Dave Wedertz. Licensed by The Ohio
                              Department of Agriculture and Bonded in Favor of the State of Ohio.
Auction Notes: There are dealer sales tables available at a slight fee for any dealer who would like to
                        sale at the auction. Dealer set up will be on Friday during preview hours. 
Map Quest to Show: Map of 10040 W Us Route 224, Findlay, OH 45840-1914, US 

Event: MANCHESTER INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: The Manchester Amateur Archaeological Society
When: July 27-28, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Set up 10:00-12:00 AM, Friday Show 12:00-5:00 PM, Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM
                    Saturday Show 8:00 AM-4:00 PM (Security is provided for dealer tables after show hours)
Where: Manchester River Barn, 741 Route 52 West, Manchester, Ohio 45144
Contact: Show Host: Steve Lewis (937) 549-4093 or Mike Evans (937) 549-1877
Table Information: 75 eight foot tables are available inside @ $35 per table for dealers and free for display
                              only collectors. Outside tables under a tent are available at $20 per table and can accommodate all.
Admission: $2 per day for adults and children over 12. Children under 13 free with an adult.
Lodging: Manchester River Barn Village (937) 549-3033  RV hookups and cabins available
               Best Western (606) 759-5696
               Ramada Inn (606) 654-6793
               Manchester Motel (937) 549-4110
               Daniel Boone Motor Inn (937) 795-2203
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items can be displayed. No other items will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table as tables will be policed during .                   the show. All items sold during the show must have a guarantee for the show.                    
Show Notes: Friday night after the show there will be a Hog Roost with beans, cornbread, and homemade ice cream for .                   dealers and collectors. Concessions will be available at the show. Art Gerber will be having a slide show.

Map Quest to Show: Map of Fair Ave & W 2nd St., Manchester, OH 45144, US

Event: SAEGERTOWN INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: Indian Artifact Collectors Association of the Northeast
When: July 28-29, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Dealer Set up 5:00 PM-Till Saturday Dealers Set up 7:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
                      Sunday Show 9:00 AM-3:00 PM (Security is provided for dealer tables after show hours)
Where: Saegertown American Legion Hall, 755 South Street Extension, Saegertown, Pennsylvania 16433
Contact: Show Host: John Sites (814) 398-8212 
Table Information: 50 eight & six foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers and free to display only collectors.
Admission: $2 admission to adults and children over 17 years old. 16 years old and under are free if with an adult.
Lodging: Days Inn (814) 337-4264
              Holiday Inn Express (814) 724-6012
              Town & Country Motel (814) 724-6082
              Just Sleep Motel (814) 982-8246
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, fossils, Civil War relics, or related items allowed.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. All items
                    sold must be guaranteed during the show.
Show Notes:  Concessions will be available at the show. Free appraisals and evaluations are available at the show.
                     Flint Knapping and Atlatl demonstrations will be going on during the show. This is the 16th annual
                     event for this show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 755 South St., Saegertown, PA 16433, US

Event: 21TH ANNUAL ST LEO ARTIFACT & FOSSIL SHOW
Affiliation: None
When: July 28, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-4:00 PM,
Where: St Leo University, Athletic Gym, 33701 State Route 52, St Leo, Florida 33574
Contact: Show Host: Robert Allen (352) 567-9616
Table Information: 125 eight foot tables are available @ $25 per table
Admission: $3 for anyone 18 and over.  Under 18 years old admitted free.
Lodging: Holiday Inn (813) 907-1379 I-75 Exit 279 Wesley Chapel
              Comfort Inn (813) 991-4600 I-75 Exit 279 Wesley Chapel
              Sleep Inn (800) 627-5337 I-75 Exit 279 Wesley Chapel
              Hampton Inn (352) 796-1000 I-75 Exit 301 Brooksville
              Best Western (888) 568-4060 I-75 Exit 301 Brooksville
Show Rules: Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Fossils, and related items allowed. All reproductions must
                     be labeled as such. No grave goods will be permitted.              
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of Saint Leo, FL 33574, US

Event: SULLIVAN PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Indiana Archaeological Society
When: July 29, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealers Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Sullivan County 4-H Fairgrounds, 1301 East County Road 75 North, Sullivan, Indiana 47882
Contact: Show Host: Dave Wier (812) 665-3786 and Bill Bertram
Table Information: 70 eight foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Super 8 Motel (812) 398-2500 (10 miles from the show)
               Days Inn (812) 268-6395 (only 2 miles from the show)
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No guns or reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. All reproductions
                    will be dealt with in a blunt manner!
Show Notes:  Concessions will be available at the show. This the 5th annual show for this event.
Map Quest to Show: Map of Sullivan, IN 47882, US

Event: ALEXANDRIA INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Gopher State Archaeological Society
When: July 29, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Holiday Inn, 5637 State Highway 29 S, Alexandria, Minnesota 56308
Contact: Show Host: John Lindquist (320) 834-4788 or email jlindquist@gctel.com 
Table Information: 60 eight foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers and Free 1st table to
                               display only collectors who are GSAS/CSAS members.
Admission: $3 for adults and children under 12 are free.
Lodging:  Holiday Inn (320) 763-6577
               Super 8 Motel (320) 763-6552
               Country Inn & Suites (800) 456-4000
Show Rules: Only Authentic North American Indian prehistoric, historic and related artifacts will be allowed
                    for displaying, selling, or trading. No reproductions will be allowed. A full refund from the seller
                    must be made to the buyer on any disputed items sold during show hours. All tables will be reviewed by
                    the show host and any items in question must be removed upon request.
Show Notes: Restaurant will be available at the show location. There will be Saturday night room trading at the
                    show hotel.                    
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 5637 State Highway 29 S., Alexandria, MN 56308-6034, US  

Event: NEWARK OHIO JAMES F HAHN PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION
When: July 29, 2007  
Auction Hours: Sunday Preview 8:00-10:00 AM, Sunday Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete 
Where: The Teheran Grotto Hall, 124 Waterworks Road, Newark, Ohio 43055
Contact: James F. Hahn (740) 522-3431 or email jim@hahnauctions.com or davidrrowlands@hotmail.com
  
Auction Information: 400 plus lots of Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. Lots
                                  of the items to be sold are available by viewing the website www.hahnauctions.com
                                  A small 10% buyers premium applies to all auction items plus a sales tax of  
                                  7.0 % will be charged at the auction unless a resale number is given in writing. 
                                  All items are sold “as is” and are the bidders responsibility. For absentee or phone bids
                                  call Dave Rowlands (440) 717-0806 for arrangements by 3:00 PM 7/28/07. Decisions
                                  regarding returns are made solely by Jim Hahn Auctions, Inc. and are NOT subject to
                                  the opinions of authenticators and other hobbyists. We reserve the right to withhold
                                  merchandise until payment is received. Please remember this is an auction. ALL SALES
                                  ARE FINAL!

Auction Items: James F. Hahn, Inc. is pleased to announce PART FOUR of the Indian Artifact Collection of the late ROBERT KLAN (see Bibliography found elsewhere in this catalog).  With this sale -- and with the final installment, which will conclude on September 30 -- the finest relics from the Klan collection will be offered for sale.  Fine Ohio & midwestern flint types, including an outstanding selection of Dovetails, Ashtabulas and Paleo Flutes.  Fine Slate - Bannerstones, Gorgets and Pendants.  Stone tools - Axes, Pestles and Celts.  Frames and job lots.  Opportunities abound for those who participate in this exceptional estate dispersal.  A small number of additions have been added to round out the sale. including fine flint from the collection of the late JIM GOODING.  All lots will be clearly marked with correct collector history. Please look for the display of this complete catalogue of auction items on www.arrowheads.com before this great auction.

 

Lodging: Holiday Inn (887) 995-0770 in Heath

                Cherry Valley Lodge (800) 788-9908 in Newark

                Ramada Inn (800) 228-2828 in Heath

Auction Company: James F. Hahn, Inc., 1118 Ramp Lane, Heath, Ohio 43056. The company is owned and

                              managed by James F. Hahn, Licensed and Bonded by the State of Ohio (License #20020000238).

                              Ron Rhodeback-Auctioneer

Auction Notes: There will be concession available at the auction. Dealers can set up and sell on the premises

                          for a fee of $25

Map Quest to Show: Map of 124 Waterworks Rd., Newark, OH 43055-6059, US

Event: 28th ANNUAL ANTIQUE & CONTEMPORARY ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: None
When: August 3-5, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Preview & Set up 1:00-6:00 PM, Saturday Dealer Set up 8:00-8:30 AM--Show 8:30 AM-5:00 PM, Sunday Show 8:30 AM-2:00 PM (Security is provided for dealer tables after show hours)
Where: Executive Inn Rivermont Convention Center, One Executive Blvd, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301
Contact: Show Host: Kathy Pohl Finley (812) 547-3255 or email:
kpohl@psci.net
Table Information: 325 eight foot tables are available @ $65 per table and electrical hook-up $25 if staying
                              at the Executive Inn Rivermont. $80 per table if staying at another location. All
                              reservations must be made by 7/1/06 to guarantee a room at the hotel.
Admission: $6 per day for adults or $17 per day for the family. Friday admission $25 for the whole weekend.
Lodging: Executive Inn Rivermont (800) 626-1936             

Show Rules: The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: There some really nice restaurants in the hotel for all meals. There is live music in the lobby
                    bar which makes for good party on Friday & Saturday night.
Editor Notes: This is really a fun show with lots of artifacts to view. It is one of the best shows of the year!
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 1 Executive Blvd Owensboro, KY 42301-0781, US

Event: THOMSON PEACH STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Peach State Archaeological Society
When: August 5, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealers Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Railroad Depot, 111 Railroad Street, Thomson, Georgia 30824
Contact: Show Host: Larry Meadows (706) 595-3514    
Table Information: 45 six foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers or $5 for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Best Western (706) 595-8000
              Holiday Inn Express (706) 595-6500               
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No burial items or reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  There is a nice restaurant across from the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 111 Railroad St., Thomson, GA 30824-2732, US

Event: ANNUAL CENTRAL TEXAS INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: Lampasas Chamber of Commerce
When: Saturday August 11th, 2007
Show Hours: Show Hours 9:00 AM till 4:00 PM.  Vendor Setup from 7 AM till 9 AM, Open to Public at 9:00 AM
Where: AmVets Hall – located at 300 South US Highway 281, Lampasas Texas 76550.
Contact: Jill Jones (512) 556-5172 or email: info@lampasaschamber.org.  You may also visit our website at: http://www.lampasaschamber.org  
Table Information: If you plan to have a booth, please fill out the Vendor & Exhibitor application at    http://content.onlineagency.com/sites/47902/pdf/Artifactletter.doc and return it with your payment no later than July 31, 2007.

Dealer Spaces are $35.00, and exhibitor spaces are $15.00.  You will be provided with one exhibitor badge, and one guest badge.
Admission: $2 for adults, children under 12 are admitted free.
Show Rules: There is no smoking in the building, and no alcohol allowed in the exhibit area.  Reproductions must be represented as such, and NO human remains or other unlawful items are allowed at the show

Map Quest to Show: Map of 300 S Hwy 281, Lampasas, Texas 76550

Event: HUNTSVILLE ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: Hillabee Archaeological Society
When: August 12, 2007
Show Hours: Sunday Dealers setup 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Jaycee’s Building, Jaycee Way & Airport Road, Huntsville, Alabama 35358
Contact: Show Host: David Weinstein  (256) 534-7384 or (256) 880-3999 and  Dennis Bushey
                                    (256) 796-0555 email busheyd@bellsouth.net .
Table Information: 100 eight foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers or $7 per table for
                                display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Hampton Inn (256) 882-2228
                Marriott (256) 830-2222
                Candlewood Suites (256) 830-0235
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian or related items allowed. No guns or
                      reproductions will be permitted.
                      The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  Dr Paul Gray will there giving an Atlatl demonstration. Concessions will be available at the show.
                       There will be a Flint Knapping demonstration going on during the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of [2399-2495] Airport Rd Sw., Huntsville, AL 35801, US

Event: JEFFERSON CITY ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & the Greater St Louis Archaeological Society
When: August 17-19, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Dealer Set up 3:00-10:00 PM—Saturday Set up 7:00 AM-8:00 Show 8:00 AM-5:00 PM                      Sunday Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Lodge of the Four Seasons, 315 Four Seasons Drive, Lake Ozark, Missouri 65049
Contact: Show Host: Terry Allen (573) 893-4860, (573) 636-9667 or email Terry@tcallenlawoffices.com  
Table Information: 130 eight foot tables are available @ $50 per table for dealers and $25 per table for display
                              only collectors.
Admission: Free Admission to all. Donations will be accepted at the door.
Lodging: Lodge of the Four Seasons (800) 843-5253 Special show rates available @$89 per night
               Country Club Hotel & Spa (573) 964-2200
               Country Hearth Inn Lake Ozark (573) 365-4566              
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian or related items can be displayed.  
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.                                                              No flea market or burial items will be allowed.
Show Notes: This is one of the oldest shows in the country that was started by Ed Buel in the 1950’s.
                    Concessions will be available at the show. Show host awards to be made during the show.
                    Great place for a family outing with fun for all.
Map Quest to Show:  Map of Lake Ozark, MO 65049, US

Event: TENNESSEE RIVER RELIC AUCTION

When: August 18, 2007 

Show Hours: Saturday Preview 8:00 AM-10:00 AM---Auction Saturday 10:00 AM-Till Complete

Where: Webster Hotel & Suites, 4205 Hatch Blvd, Sheffield, TN 35660
Contact for Auction: Marold (256) 335-7640 (256) 762-8590 cell or email Marold@advantageauction.com

Auction Information: 340 plus lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. A complete list

                                  of the artifacts and their description are available for viewing on www.kendrickrelics.com .

                                  There will be a 10% buyers’ premium and a state sales tax of 9% charged per item. Items

                                  sold and shipped out of Alabama will not be charged sales tax. Absentee bids will be accepted 

                                  through 8/17/07 so call Amanda at (256) 757-9994, fax (256) 757-9933 or email as listed above.

                                  Day of Sale phone bid arrangements must be made by Friday, August 17, 2007 so call Marold

                                  (256) 335-7640 or (256) 762-8590 cell. For live internet bidding go to www.liveauctioneers.com

                                  or www.ebay.com to register. A 5% will be added to the buyer’s premium for internet bidding.

Auction Items: Auction items will include items from the personal collection of Jason Kendrick and Scott Fears.

                        There will be numerous flint, chert, hardstone and bone artifacts that would enhance any collection.

                        Most items sold will carry a certificate of authenticity by well known and respected authenticators

                        and all items will be guaranteed authentic.

                        Please view all items for auction at www.arrowheads.com or www.kendrickrelics.com .                        

Lodging: Webster Hotel & Suites (256) 383-4100 (Rooms available for $56 per night)

               Holiday Inn (256) 381-4710

               Marriott (256) 246-3600

               Best Western (256) 381-0236

Auction Company: Advantage Auction and Reality

                              Phone (256) 335-7640, Fax (256) 757-9933, or email Marold@advantageauction.com .

Auction Notes: Concessions will be available at the auction.

Map Quest to Show: Map of Webster Hotel & Suites:256-383-4100 4205 Hatch Blvd Sheffield, AL 35660, US

Event: STOUGHTON NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Badger State Archaeological Society
When: August 19, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 6:30-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Mandt Community Center, 400 Mandt Parkway, Stoughton, Wisconsin 53589
Contact: Show Host: Walter Riddle (608) 873-6262 and email
wjriddle@charter.net or John Sheild (608) 222-1607
Table Information: 80 eight foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers with a $30 minimum and for display                               only collectors 1 free then $5 each after that. First time dealers will get one free table.
Admission: $3 for adults and children over 12 years of age. Children 12 and under are free.
Lodging: Chose Family Inn (800) 521-1581
              Comfort Inn (608) 222-1607
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, and Indian culture related items allowed.
                    No guns or burial goods will be permitted. All reproductions must be labeled.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
                    All items sold at the show must have a 30 day guarantee.
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show. The Boy Scouts will have a display at the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 400 Mandt Pkwy., Stoughton, WI 53589, US

Event: BARREN RIVER PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Green River Archaeological Society
When: Sunday August 19, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Barren River State Park Lodge, 1149 State Park Road West, Lucas, Kentucky 42156
Contact: Show Host: Doug Goodrum (270) 782-7494 or email goodflint@goodflint.com
Table Information: 70 six foot tables are available @ $10 per table with a limit of 2 tables.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Barren River State Park Lodge 800-325-0057
              Comfort Inn (270) 651-7382 in Glasgow, KY          
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts allowed. No guns or Pre Columbian will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:
Map Quest to Show: Map of 1149 State Park Rd., Lucas, KY 42156-9300, US

Event: THE 2nd ANNUAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONFERENCE & SHOW
Affiliation: ASAA & The New England Chapter of The American Society for Amateur Archaeology
When: Saturday August 25th, 2007 in Historic Quincy, Massachusetts
Show Hours: Friday Set up begins at 3:00 PM leading into an evening Wine Reception, Saturday Set up 6:00-9:30 AM--Show 9:30 AM-5:00 PM.
Where: Best Western Adams Inn, 29 Hancock Street, Quincy, Massachusetts 02171
Contact: Show Host: Betty Tharp (508) 543-6461 or email paleofool@yahoo.com and Margie Finneran, email mfinn15@comcast.net   
Table Information: Eight foot tables are available @ $35 per table for dealers and $15 for display only collectors.
                                 ONE FREE DEALER TABLE is available for all who attended last year!!!!
Admission: The Show is Free & Open to the Public. The Conference prices are $15 per Lecture, or $50 for the 4 Lecture Series. 

(For those who are attending the Conference Lectures and staying at the Best Western Adams Inn, a free Deluxe Continental Breakfast will be included.) 
Lodging: Best Western Adams Inn, 29 Hancock Street, Quincy, Massachusetts (617) 328-1500 or (800) 368-4012

Available are Discounted Rooms, Complimentary Deluxe Breakfast in Adams Pub (ON PREMISES) The Best Western has FREE Shuttle Service to and from the Logan Airport, and abuts the Neponset River in the city of Quincy, Massachusetts.  There are FREE trips to Boston, The Islands, & Quincy during the day.

Show Rules: Only Authentic artifacts, antiques, or related items allowed.
                      The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. All items
                       sold must be guaranteed for 2 weeks after the show.
Reception: Wine and cheese reception Friday Evening.  (COME MEET OUR LECTURE SERIES SPEAKERS)

FREE ARTIFACT APPRAISAL BY DR. R.M. GRAMLY.  LECTURES, ATLATL THROWING, SILENT AUCTION, AND SATURDAY EVENING CLAMBAKE (registration required).

ITINERARY:

·        9 AM – 10 AM:         Registration – Breakfast available in Adams Inn

·        10 AM – 3 PM:          Silent Auction and Raffle for 3 Red Sox Tickets for Sept 5th – Toronto vs Boston.

·        10:00 – 10:45:            Author and Archaeologist Dr. R.M. Gramly: Phil Stratton Site (Kentucky), and the Cumberland Culture.

·        10:45 – 11:00 AM:     Break

·        11:00 AM                   Free Certification and Artifact Appraisal (limit 5 items) By Expert Dr. R.M. Gramly

·        11:00 – 12:15              Archaeologist Bill Moody of West Tisbury: “Paleo-Indians along the Terminal Moraine – Growing evidence of the first people to enjoy the beaches of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket at least 12,000 years ago.

·        12:15 – 1:30                Lunch – Adams Inn, Silent auction browse display tables, Raffle

·        1:30 – 2:30 PM          Author and Archaeologist Duncan Caldwell of the Vineyard will lecture on his “Discovereis in the Desert”.  Duncan has made a positive connection to the purest glass found in the Libyan Desert and the Scarab of King Tut in Egypt!

·        2:30 – 3:00 PM          Afternoon Break

·        3:00 PM                      Bidding ends on silent auction and drawing for 2 Red Sox tickets

·        3:15 – 4:30 PM          Keynote Speaker: Past President of the Archaeological Society of Ohio and current editor of “Ohio Archaeologist”, Bob Converse: The Stone Age Prehistory of Ohio

·        4:30 – 5:00 PM          Discussion, pickup auction items

·        6 PM – 8 PM              Clambake on Patio at Adams Pub

LECTURE SERIES:

·        Archaeologist Bill Moody of West Tisbury will lecture on the Archaeology of the Cape Cod Islands, focusing on Martha’s Vineyard.

·        Author and Archaeologist Duncan Caldwell of the Vineyard will lecture on his “Discoveries in the Desert”.  The area surveyed was from south of Siwa to the Sudan, including an area north of the Great Sand Sea which is particulary rich in aceramic Neolithic sites, and others within the sea’s closed corridors with barely imaginable Acheulean concentrations; the impactite zone towards the southwest of the giant dune field, and the rock art sites of the Gilf el Khebir, including what I call the “Cave of the Beast”.  (Duncan Caldwell)

·        Dr. R. M. Gramly will lecture on his Kentucky Stratton site and Cumberland point culture.

·        Keynote speaker: Bob Converse will lecture on the prehistory of Ohio.  Bob is the past President of the Archaeological Society of Ohio and current Editor of “Ohio Archaeologist”.
 
Map Quest to Show: Map to Best Western Adams Inn

 

For Complete Information Packet Including Registration Form, Contact Elizabeth Tharp, Sec./Treas, 18 Carl Annon Court, Foxboro, MASS. 02035.  TEL. 508-543-6461 or email: paleofool@yahoo.com

 

Event: DOTHAN ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: None—All profits will be divided among five societies
When: August 25, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers setup 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Westgate Park Gym, 501 Recreation Road, Dothan, Alabama 36302
Contact: Show Host: Troy Futral (334) 821-5823 
Table Information: 141 six foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: Admission $2 with children 6 and under free
Lodging: Best Western (334) 793-4376
              Comfort Inn (334) 793-9090 or (800) 474-7298
              Adams Inn (334) 793-4557
Show Rules: Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Civil War Relics, Fossils or related items allowed.
                      Reproductions will be permitted if labeled as such.
                      The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  Flint Knapping demonstrations will be going on during the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 501 Recreation Rd., Dothan, AL US

Event: 6TH ANNUAL SPIRIT OF THE SUWANNEE INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW

THIS IS ONE OF THE PREMIER FLORIDA SHOWS HELD IN THE HEART OF CLOVIS COUNTRY!
Affiliation: CSAS & The Sunshine State Archaeological Society
When: September 8, 2007

It’s ALREADY that time again!  Get your tables NOW for THIS EPIC SHOW! 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM  (Beer, Fellowship, Rox, Indian Artifacts, Boatstones, Clovises, Fossils, Knapping, EPIC Preshow! LOADS-O-FUN!  http://www.musicliveshear.com
Where: Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park, Music Hall & Restaurant, 3076 95th Drive, Live Oak, Florida 32060
Contact: Show Host: Captain Harlan Trammell (404) 290-1113 or email bigpineartifacts@yahoo.com 
Table Information: 60 eight foot tables are available @ $25 per table

You MUST phone me or email me for tables & you will receive a confirmation # (my “wife” will not be selling tables like last year).  You must show up by 9AM or tables will be sold to the waiting stand-bys.  If I know you, just phone me and let me know you are on your way. 

Admission: $4 per day for adults and children over 12 years of age. Children 12 and under are free.
Lodging: Best Western (386) 362-6000
              Econo Lodge (386) 362-7459
              Holiday Inn Express (386) 362-2600
              Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park (386) 364-1683 to see more on the park visit www.musicliveshere.com
Show Rules:  Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, or Fossils allowed. No grave goods will be permitted. 
                    Any and All reproductions must be labeled.              
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show. Flint Knapping demonstrations will be held through out the
                    show. Host Award will be given out during the show for displays of excellence.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 3076 95th Dr., Live Oak, FL 32060-8523, US

 

Event: NEBRASKA ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Nebraska Archaeological Society
When: September 8, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Set up 6:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Where: Seward County Fairgrounds Pavilion Agriculture Building, North 14th & Bradford St, Seward, Nebraska 68434
Contact: Show Host: Kevin Hammond (402) 423-5700, (402) 437-3600 or email hammond100@windstream.net .
                                Dick Eckles (402) 225-2525 or email Plainslithics@alltel.net
Table Information: 140 six & eight foot tables are available and are free to all displayers.
Admission: Free admission to all. Donations will be accepted at the door.
Lodging: Dale’s Motel (402) 643-3685
              East Hill Motel (402) 643-3679
              Super 8 Motel (402) 643-3388
Show Rules: Exhibitors. Individuals may exhibit authentic artifacts or archaeology related items only. No unlawful items will be permitted. Sales of artifacts or other antiquities are strictly prohibited.  Advertising to buy or sell artifacts is strictly prohibited.  Exhibitor tables are free of charge. The show host reserves the right to ask any exhibitor to remove items from their table.
2) Vendors. Individuals may sell archaeology related educational items only. All sale items must be approved before the show. No artifact price guides may be sold. Vendor table cost is $35 and limited to one table per vendor.  Vendor tables are limited, so contact us early.  The show host reserves the right to ask any vendor to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Society Raffles will be held during the show. Flint Knapping demonstrations will be held during the show
                    Artifact, Bone, and Fossil evaluations will be available at the show. The show will have nice facilities in
                    excellent lighting and good air conditioning. A lunch counter will be available to the public. Rolls and
                    coffee will be available to the exhibitors and vendors during set-up.
Speakers:    There will be speakers that will be giving artifact related talks at the show. The speakers and topics will      
                      be posted on this site before the show date.
Map Quest to Show: Map of N 14th St & Bradford St., Seward, NE 68434, US 

Event: THE 6TH ANNUAL MID-AMERICAN ARTIFACTS & ANTIQUES SHOW
Affiliation: None
When: Sept. 8-9, 2007 
Show Hours:
Friday Dealer Set up 12:00-7:00PM- Saturday Dealer Set up 6:00-9:00AM--Show 9:00 AM-5:00PM
                    Sunday Show 9:00 AM-3:00 PM (Security is provided for dealer tables after show hours)


Where: Belle-Clair Expo Center, 200 South Belt East, Belleville, Illinois 62220
Contact: Show Host: George Lebonsck (618) 444-6889 or (618) 398-5820  
Table Information: 100 eight foot tables are available @ $55 per table for dealers and display only collectors.
                              Booth spaces with 3 tables are $180 each
Admission: Admission $4 for both days for adults and children over 12 years old. Free to children 11 and under.
Lodging: Super 8 Motel (618) 234-9670
               Executive Inn (618) 233-1234
               Hampton Inn (618) 397-9705
               Fairfield Inn (618) 398-7124
Show Rules: Only Authentic artifacts, antiques, or related items allowed.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. All items
                    sold must be guaranteed for 2 weeks after the show.
Show Notes:  Concessions will be available at the show. Trailer hook-ups are available at the fair grounds.                    

Map Quest to Show: Map of 200 S Belt E., Belleville, IL 62220-2650, US

 

Event: MEEKER OHIO AUCTION of the collection of the late DICK PERSINGER
When: September 8th, 2007  
Auction Hours: Auction starts at 10:00 am (preview begins at 8:30 am)
Where: Meeker U.M. Church Fellowship Hall, 6400 St. Rt. 309, Meeker, OH (approx. halfway between Marion, OH and Kenton, OH and 41 mi. S.E. of Findlay, OH, 45 mi. N.W of Columbus, OH
Contact: Ben Higgins Auctioneers – www.higginsauctions.com – email: higginsauctions@verizon.net

Ben F. (740) 387-5111, Ben A. (740) 389-6202, Brad (740) 389-5808
  
Auction Information: Due to the passing of Mr. Persinger of New Bloomington, OH, the family wishes
                                  to offer this fine collection at Public Auction.  Dick hunted and collected for approx. 50 years.
                                  The majority of relics were found in Marion, Hardin, Union, and neighboring counties by him and his family  
                                  
                                  We will have approx 450 lots, 400 lots will be catalogued, over 3000 total pieces.
                                  Many fine relics to include slate, flint, stone pieces, plus a one of a kind very rare hematite owl effigy
                                  they found near Marion, OH.  Other highlights include a 3 7/8” notched winged butterfly Bannerstone,
                                  7” x 3” half crescent Bannerstone, Pendants, Gorgets, (280) frames of arrowheads, points, knives:
                                  (40) celts: (48) Axes, hammers, Celts, Pestles, and more.

(Some quality pices have certificates of authenticity.  This is a rare opportunity for collectors and dealers alike to purchase artifacts from one entire collection.  This auction all belongs to the Persinger family, no consignments were allowed.  Please see our website for catalogue, photos, terms, and other pertinent information.  www.higginsauctions.com

Auction Items: Cash or approved checks with bank letter of credit.  Everything sold as-is where is and all sales are final.  No Credit cards accepted!

Auction Notes: We are pleased to offer and sell this fine collection.  Selling in the country where you will find NO BUYER’S PREMIUM or SALES TAX needing to be charged.  Please make plans to attend this auction.  Concessions, restrooms, parking, air conditioning, and seating available.

Map Quest to Show: Map of 6400 St. Rt. 309 Meeker, OH

Event: KEOSAUQUA IOWA ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & Hawkeye State Archaeological Society
When: September 9, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM Show 8:00-1:00 PM
Where: Roberts Memorial Building, Van Buren County Fairgrounds, Hwy 1 North, Keosauqua, Iowa 52565
Contact: Show Host: Dale & Betty Roberts (319) 494-5589
Table Information: 43 eight foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers or are free to display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all.
Lodging: Manning Hotel (319) 293-3232
              Mansion Inn (319) 293-2511
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items are allowed. No reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: This the 37th annual event for this show. Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show:  Map of Keosauqua, IA 52565, US

Event: 6TH ANNUAL KENTUCKY ROAD SHOW
Affiliation: Cumberland River Archaeological Society of Kentucky
When: September 15, 2007
Show Hours: Friday Set up 5:00-9:00 PM, Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Center for Rural Development, 2292 South HW 27, Somerset, Kentucky 42501
Contact: Show Host: Danny Bray (877) 891-2911. (606) 561-4798 or email:
dbray4798@charter.net
Table Information: 140 eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: Free Admission

Lodging: Holiday Inn Express (606) 678-2023

              Best Western (606) 677-9000
              Comfort Inn (606) 677-1500
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Fossils, Pre Columbian or quality collectibles allowed.
                    No reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions are available at the show
Map Quest to Show: Map of 2292 S Highway 27 Somerset, KY 42501-2905, US  

Event: OLD BARN PREHISTORIC & HISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION

When: September 15, 2007 

Auction Hours: Friday Preview 12:00 PM-10:00 PM, Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00 AM, Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete

Where: Old Barn Auction, 10040 State Route 224 West, Findlay, Ohio 45840

Contact: Jan Sorgenfrei (419) 422-8531 or email auction@oldbarn.com view the website at www.oldbarn.com 

Auction Information: 600 plus lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. A colored,

                              Illustrated catalog of auction items is available for $15 or one year subscription $60, Canada $80.

   A 10% buyers premium and 6% sales tax will be charged on each item. Tax exemptions will be allowed with a state tax exemption number or on shipments made out of the state of Ohio.  Absentee bids and phone bids will be accepted so call (419) 422-8531 or fax (419) 422-5321.

   If you plan to phone bid, please make arrangements during the week before the sale. Absentee bids must be sent in or called in by Friday before the sale. A “prices realized list” will be sent out after each auction. For live internet bidding go to www.liveauctioneers.com or www.ebay.com to register. An additional 5% will be added to the buyer’s premium for internet bidding. Please look at the items on our website at www.oldbarn.com . Payment must be made by cash, approved personal check, or Visa & MasterCard (There is a 3% processing fee on credit card payments). All accounts must be settled by the end of the sale. The auction is strictly an “as is sale” with absolutely NO returns or adjustments made 30 days after the sale date.

Auction Items: The Old Barn is proud to announce the auction of an old-time collection from Ohio and Indiana. The collection contains about 6 nice birdstones, several are pictured in Townsend’s Birdstone Book. There are some nice pieces from old collections such as Vietzen, Copeland, Shipley, Young, Caldwell, Townsend, and others. The collections of Richard Buckley and the late Roy Reinhart Part II will be the main focus of the auction. Please look at the items on our website at www.oldbarn.com . This auction catalogue will be featured on www.arrowheadscom for review.  

Lodging: Cross Country Inn (419) 424-0466

               Ramada Inn (419) 423-8212

               Hampton Inn (419) 422-5252

               Days Inn (419) 423-7171

               Roadway Inn (419) 424-1133

               Holiday Inn Express (419) 420-1776

               Super 8 Motel (800) 843-1991

               Country Hearth Inn (419) 423-4303

Auction Company: Old Barn Auction with Auctioneers Don Stratton and Dave Wedertz. Licensed by The Ohio

                              Department of Agriculture and Bonded in Favor of the State of Ohio.

Auction Notes: There are dealer sales tables available at a slight fee for any dealer who would like to

                        sale at the auction. Dealer set up will be on Friday during preview hours. 

Map Quest to Show: Map of 10040 W Us Route 224, Findlay, OH 45840-1914, US

Event: BRIDGETON TRAILS BRANCH LIBRARY EDUCATIONAL MEETING
Affiliation: CSAS & the Greater St Louis Archaeological Society
When: September 19, 2007 Wednesday 
Meeting Hours: Come early to visit with your artifact friends at 6:30 PM, Educational Meeting 7:00-9:00 PM Where: Bridgeton Trails Branch Library, 3455 McKelvey Rd, Bridgeton, Missouri 63044
Contact: Show Host: Craig Kalkbrenner (314) 830-4678   
Information: Please bring your theme artifacts to show to everyone. There are no sales at this function but you might see some nice artifacts. Anyone with interest in the talk is welcome to attend.
Admission: Free Admission to all.
Lodging: Holiday Inn (314) 298-0388
               Red Roof Inn St Louis (314) 298-9243
               Econo Lodge (314) 298-0388              
Speaker for the Meeting: Speakers to be announced.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 601 N Main St Mount Pleasant, IA 52641-1348, US

Event: 4TH ANNUAL NASHVILLE TENNESSEE PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: GIRS
When: September 21-22, 2007
Show Hours: Friday Set up 3:00-6:00 PM, Saturday Show 8:00 AM-4:00 PM
                    (Security is provided for dealer tables after show hours)
Where: Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, 2800 Opryland Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37214
Contact: Show Host: Randall Carrier (859) 792-4017 or email:
rito2100@aol.com
Table Information: 150 six foot tables are available @ $50 per table to all.
Admission: $5 per for non members. Free for members of the GIRS and annual memberships are available at the
                    door for $20.
Lodging: Gaylord Opryland Hotel (615) 883-2211 Ask for artifact show rates.                          
Show Rules: Only North American prehistoric artifacts will be allowed to be displayed, sold, or traded. Absolutely no
                    modern material, pre Columbian, or foreign material  will be allowed. Walk-in’s will be checked at the
                    door and are subject to the same show rules. Full refund must be made on request on any item sold
                    during show hours. All tables will be reviewed by the show committee and any items in question must
                    be removed upon request. 
Show Notes: The annual GIRS business meeting will be held after show hours on Saturday. A Professional Photographer
                    will be at the show to photograph your favorite artifacts. Please visit our GIRS website at www.thegirs.com .
Editors Notes: This is one of the best shows in Tennessee each year!                       

Map Quest to Show: Map of Opryland Hotel:615-889-1000 2800 Opryland Dr Nashville, TN 37214, US

Event: SHELBYVILLE INDIANA T&T PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION

When: September 29, 2007 

Auction Hours: Friday Preview 4:00-9:00 PM, Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00,

                         Saturday Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete

Where: Bear Chase Golf Club, 2660 North Riley Hwy, Shelbyville, Indiana 46176

              I-74 North, Exit 113

Contact: Tony Putty (765) 763-6948, cell phone (317) 509-0860 or email Ttputty@aol.com

Auction Information: 375 plus lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. A colored,

                                  illustrated catalog of auction items is available 3 weeks prior to the sale for $10.

                                  There is a 10% buyer’s premium. A 6% sales tax will be charged unless exempt.  Absentee bids and .                                 phone bids will be accepted so call (765) 763-6948. If you plan to phone

                                  bid, please make arrangements during the week before the sale. Absentee bids must be

                                  called in by Friday before the sale. Terms of the sale are cash, approved check, Visa,

                                  MasterCard, American Express & Discover. All credit card purchases are subject to a

                                  small 3% fee of the total. The Day of Sale phone number is will be given the day of the

                                  sale to the phone bidders. Please don’t miss these fine artifacts. Please view our website at.  www.tonyputtyartifacts.com . No returns or adjustments after 30 days from the end of the sale.

                                  Please view the entire catalogue click on the auction banner at www.arrowheads.com .

                                  For live internet bidding go to www.liveauctioneers.com or www.ebay.com to register.

                                  An additional 5% will be added to the buyer’s premium for internet bidding. 

Auction Items: We are pleased to offer the Bill Stewart collection for public auction. Half of the Stewart collection will

                         Be sold in this September Auction, with the remainder being auctioned in the spring of 2008. Bill Stewart

                         built his collection over many years. A large portion of his artifacts were acquired from noteworthy

                         collectors such as Randall Jones, Jim Dressler, Bill Brockman, Red Tully, Earl Townsend and Clem

                         Caldwell. Over the years, Bill added some very fine pieces from auctions featuring artifact collections

                         such as those of Max Shipley, Sonny Atkinson, Archie Diller and others.

                         It is also pleasure to offer a grouping of hand selected artifacts from the late Bill Rowlett Collection. Mr

                         Rowlett was featured in Who’s Who #4. Some very rare pieces, many found by Bill, are included in this

                         offering. A few choice consignments from prominent collections will round out this sale.

                         Just a few of the sale highlights, a Butterfly Bannerstone pictured in Knoblocks’s Bannerstone Book,

                         several fine pieces from the Bob Edler collection, a Quartz Hourglass found by Bill Rowlett, a large

                         Hornstone Dovetail Pictured in Jim Dresslar’s Collection, a Highly developed Reel Bannerstone and

                         a six inch Flintridge Dovetail once cabineted by Walter Nelson.

Lodging:  Holiday Inn Express (317) 398-0472

                Hampton Inn (317) 398-9100

Auction Company: Auctioneers Brent Fuchs, Licensed and Bonded by the Sate of Indiana

                              License # AU1044390

Auction Notes: Concessions will be available at the auction.

Map Quest to Show: Map of 2660 N Riley Hwy., Shelbyville, IN 46176-9409, US

Event: LOVELAND STONE AGE FAIR - 2007
Affiliation: Loveland Archaeological Society
When: September 29-30, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Set up 3:00-8:00 PM, Saturday Set up 7:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-7:00 PM,
                    Sunday Set up 7:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-4:00 PM (Security is provided for tables
                    after show hours)
Where: Pulliam Community Building, 545 North Cleveland Ave, Loveland, Colorado 80537
Contact: Show Host: Rich Savino (303) 938-6326 or email richard.savino@roche.com

Show Title: “ Clovis: Man & Mammoth – speakers will be Dr. Steve Holen, Dr. Bob Brunswig, & Dr. Larry Agenbroad.
Table Information: 100 eight foot tables are available for display only collectors. No sales are allowed in show.
Admission: Free admission to all.
Lodging: Best Western Coach House (970) 667-7810
              Super 8 Motel (970) 663-7000             
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No guns, reproductions, or human remains
                    will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any anyone to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: This is the 67th Annual Show at this location. There will be 3 selected speaker programs on Saturday
                    during the show. Please view our website at www.stoneagefair.com for more details.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 545 Cleveland Ave., Loveland, CO 80537-5509, US 

Event: NEWARK OHIO JAMES F HAHN PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION

When: September 30, 2007  

Auction Hours: Sunday Preview 8:00-10:00 AM, Sunday Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete 

Where: The Teheran Grotto Hall, 124 Waterworks Road, Newark, Ohio 43055

Contact: James F. Hahn (740) 522-3431 or email jim@hahnauctions.com or davidrrowlands@hotmail.com

  

Auction Information: 400 plus lots of Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. Lots

                                  of the items to be sold are available by viewing the website www.hahnauctions.com

                                  A small 10% buyers premium applies to all auction items plus a sales tax of  

                                  7.0 % will be charged at the auction unless a resale number is given in writing. 

                                  All items are sold “as is” and are the bidders responsibility. For absentee or phone bids

                                  call Dave Rowlands (440) 717-0806 for arrangements by 3:00 PM 7/28/07. Decisions

                                  regarding returns are made solely by Jim Hahn Auctions, Inc. and are NOT subject to

                                  the opinions of authenticators and other hobbyists. We reserve the right to withhold

                                  merchandise until payment is received. Please remember this is an auction. ALL SALES

                                  ARE FINAL!

 

Auction Items: James F. Hahn, Inc. is pleased to announce the FINAL INSTALLMENT of the Indian Artifact Collection of the late ROBERT KLAN (see Bibliography found elsewhere in this catalog).  Ohio flint types, including an outstanding selection of Dovetails, Ashtabulas, Archaic Points and Paleo Flutes and Lances.  Colorful Flintridge Flint!  Bannerstones, Pendants and Gorgets!  A nice selection of Stone tools from the Macik Collection.  Highlights include an awesome Glacial Kame Gorget (see catalog cover), a superior ball-banner from the Speck Collection, a dozen Dovetails approaching -- or exceeding -- six inches in length, and nearly a dozen Paleo flutes. Frames of Flint include many points that should have been sold separately.  Attention Indiana, Illinois, Tennessee, Missouri and Kentucky Collectors: Many point types from these regions will be on the block!  Opportunities abound for those who participate in this exceptional estate dispersal -- both to keep and for resale.  All lots -- including a small number of additions -- will be sold to the highest bidder without Reserve.  This is an estate dispersal -- all sales Final! 

 

Lodging: Holiday Inn (887) 995-0770 in Heath

                Cherry Valley Lodge (800) 788-9908 in Newark

                Ramada Inn (800) 228-2828 in Heath

Auction Company: James F. Hahn, Inc., 1118 Ramp Lane, Heath, Ohio 43056. The company is owned and

                              managed by James F. Hahn, Licensed and Bonded by the State of Ohio (License #20020000238).

                              Ron Rhodeback-Auctioneer

Auction Notes: There will be concession available at the auction. Dealers can set up and sell on the premises

                          for a fee of $25

Map Quest to Show: Map of 124 Waterworks Rd., Newark, OH 43055-6059, US

Event: IUKA INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS, The Volunteer State Archaeological Society
When: October 5-6, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Dealers Set up 12:00-6:00 PM—Saturday Set up 7:00-8:00 AM Show  8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: J. P. Colman State Park Lodge, 607 County Road 321, Iuka, Mississippi 38852
Contact: Show Host: John Young (662) 423-5473 or email rtfax@bellsouth.net and Roy Mckey
Table Information: 48 eight foot tables are available @ $25 per table for dealers or $20 for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: J. P. Colman State Park Lodge (662) 423-6515
              Hampton Inn (731) 689-3031 Counce, TN
              Victorian Inn (662) 423-9221 Iuka, MS
              Sunset Lodge (662) 423-3900 Iuka, MS
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related collectable items allowed.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. All items
                    sold must carry a show guarantee.
Show Notes: This is the 2nd annual show for this event and replaces the Savannah, Tennessee Show.
                    Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 607 County Road 321., Iuka, MS 38852-8025, US

Event: CLEVELAND PEACH STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Peach State Archaeological Society
When: October 6, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: White County Park & Recreation Building, 214 Park & Rec Road, Cleveland, Georgia 30528
Contact: Show Host: Ben Brady (706) 865-3244  
Table Information: 70 six foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers or $5 for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Days Inn (706) 865-4079             
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No burial items or reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  The annual meeting for the Peach State Archaeological Society will be held at 1:00 PM to elect officers
                     for the new year.
Map Quest to Show: Map of Cleveland, GA 30528, US 

Event: SAND SPRINGS ARTIFACT & FOSSIL SHOW
Affiliation: Sertoma Club for the benefit of the Sand Springs Cultural & Historical Museum
When: October 6, 2007
Show Hours: (Friday October 5th Dealers may setup 4-8 p.m.)  Saturday Dealers setup 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Sand Springs Community Center, 420 East Plaza Ct, Sand Springs, Oklahoma 74063{ Take Hwy 412 West from Tulsa, Adams Road Exit, turn in parking lot nest to Taco Bueno. (less than one block from exit)}
Contact: Show Host: Patty Dixon (918) 640-6590, email pattyjdixoncamp@aol.com and Harvey Schell  (918) 446-9278                  
Table Information: 50 eight by ten foot booths are available (one 8 foot per booth) @ $25 per table for dealers (we are having to rent the tables and chairs this year)  Display tables are $10.00 (limited quantity)
Admission: Admission $3 with children 12 and under free
Lodging: Hampton Inn (918) 245-8500
               Best Western (918)245-4999              
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian or related items allowed. No guns or
                    reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  No concessions, but several restaurants and fast food businesses within walking distance. Show benefits Sand Springs Cultural & Historical Museum.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 420 Plaza Ct., Sand Springs, OK 74063, US

Event: HILL COUNTRY INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: None
When: October 6, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Set up 12:00-5:00 PM  Saturday Dealer Set up 6:30-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-6:00 PM                   
Where: Kendall County Fairgrounds, 7 Hwy 46 East, Boerne, Texas 78006
Contact: Show Host: Rob Bartell (830) 238-3795 and email
ajax3@hctc.net or Rick Sparkman (830) 896-5990
Table Information: 125 six foot tables are available @ $40 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: $5 for adults and children 15 years of age or over. Children 14 and under are free.
Lodging: Best Western (830) 249-9791
              Boerne Sunday House (830) 249-9563
              Key To The Hills (830) 249-3562            
Show Rules: Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Guns, or related items are allowed. No burial items
                    will be permitted. All items must be guaranteed and any reproductions must be labeled as such.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: This is the 21ST annual show for this event. Concessions will be available at the show and they are great!
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 7 State Highway 46 E.,Boerne, TX 78006-1944, US

Event: 5TH ANNUAL MAUMEE VALLEY ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY FALL SHOW
Affiliation: Maumee Valley Archaeological Society
When: Sunday October 7, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealers Set up 10:00 AM--Show 11:00 AM-4:00 PM
Where: Defiance Fish and Game Club, 6872 State Route 15 North, Defiance, Ohio 43512
Contact: Show Host: Charles Carroll (419) 658-4415 or email paleo@defnet.com  
Table Information: 60 eight foot tables are available and are Free to dealers or display collectors
Admission: Free to All
Lodging: Holiday Inn Express (419) 784-0782
              Super 8 Motel (419) 782-8000
              Comfort Inn (419) 784-4900
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. Reproductions must be labeled.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. All items
                    sold must be guaranteed during the show.
Show Notes:  Concessions are available at the show. Free appraisals and evaluations are available at the show.                    

Map Quest to Show: Map of 6872 State Route 15, Defiance, OH 43512-8771, US

Event: FOX VALLEY INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & the Illinois State Archaeological Society
When: October 7, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealers Set up 6:30 AM-8:00 AM Show 8:00 AM-2:00 PM
Where: American Legion Post 489, 9054 US Route 34, Yorkville, Illinois 60560
Contact: Show Host: Ray Fraser (847) 985-1948 email r732f@yahoo.com , or Duane Treest (630) 879-3494
Table Information: 85 eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers and $5 per table for display
                              only collectors.
Admission: Free Admission to all. Donations are accepted at the door to cover show costs!
Lodging: Super 8 Motel (630) 553-1634
               Oswego Holiday Inn (630) 844-4700

American Lodge (630) 544-9090 

Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related historic items can be displayed. No other items will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table as tables will be policed during .                   the show.                    
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show. Educational Displays are highly encouraged!

Map Quest to Show:
Map of 9054 State Route 34, Yorkville, IL 60560-9513, US

Event: OWATONNA ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Gopher State Archaeological Society
When: October 7, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Owatonna Grand Hotel, 1212 West Frontage Road, Owatonna, Minnesota 55060
Contact: Show Host: Gregg Nelson (507) 676-1095 or email
gregg.nelson@wengercorp.com
Table Information: 50 eight foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers and free 1st table to display only collectors.
Admission: $3 for adults and children over 12. Children 12 and under are free.

Lodging: Owatonna Grand Hotel (507) 455-0606
               Holiday Inn (507) 446-8900
               Americinn (507) 455-1042     
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. All reproductions must be labeled.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
                    All items sold at the show must carry a guarantee for the duration of the show and a 30 day guarantee
                    on authenticity when proof of a failure is given. 
Show Notes: This is the 8th annual show for this event. Concessions will be available in the hotel. Flint Knapping
                    demonstrations and Hardstone Techniques will be going on during the show. A photography booth and
                    microscopes will be available at the show. Items that are unique to this area are: The Copper Culture
                    Artifacts, Minnesota/Dakota Plains Artifacts, and Fur Trade Artifacts so make sure to give them a
                    good look see.
                    
Map Quest to Show: Map of 1212 W Frontage Rd., Owatonna, MN 55060, US  

Event: ALEXANDER CITY ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: Hillabee Archaeological Society
When: October 13, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers setup 6:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Charles E. Bailey Sports Plex Gymnasium, 1685 Arena Road, Alexander City, Alabama 35010
Contact: Show Host: Audie D. Moncrief (256) 329-8329 or email at home
lisam58@charter.net , at work
                                amoncrie@madixinc.com and Wayne Hunter (256) 324-7725 or email wayne272@webtv.net  
Table Information: 100 eight foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers or $7 per table for
                              display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Best Western (Horseshoe Inn) (256) 234-6311
              Jameson Inn (256) 234-7099
              Holiday Inn Express (256) 234-5900
              Royal Inn (256) 329-8858
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian or related items allowed. No guns or
                    reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: The Alexander City, Alabama Artifact Show will be held in conjunction with the Alexander City
                     October Fest. Concessions and other events will be available in the park area.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 1685 Arena Rd., Alexander City, AL US 

Event: ST. LOUIS & ST. CHARLES INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & the Greater St. Louis Archaeological Society
When: October 20, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-4:00 PM
Where: Heart of St. Charles Banquet Center, 1410 South 5th Street, St. Charles, Missouri 63301
Contact: Show Host: Kraig Kalkbrenner (314) 830-4678
Table Information: 90 eight foot tables are available @ $25 per table for dealers and $15 per table or 2 tables
                               for $25 for display only collectors. Table fees are payable at the time of reservations. You must
                               be a CSAS or GSLAS member to have a table.
Admission: $3 per day for adults and children 12 and under free.
Lodging: Sleep Inn & Suites (636) 947-0330
               Comfort Suites (636) 949-8163
               County Inn & Suites (636) 724-5555
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items can be displayed. No other items will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table as tables will be policed during the show. All sales must be guaranteed for the duration of the show.                    
Show Notes: Awards to be made include: Best of Show, Best Personal Find, Presidents Award, and Jr. Award.
                    Professional artifact identification and authentication services will be available.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 1410 S 5th St., Saint Charles, MO 63301-2445, US

Event: NESCOPECK INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: Indian Artifact Collectors Association of the Northeast
When: October 20, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 7:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Nescopeck Township Fire Hall, RTE 93-038 Zenith Rd, Nescopeck, Pennsylvania 18635
             (six miles north of Berwick on Route 11)
Contact: Show Host: Bill Vezendy (570)759-1792 or email billvez@verizon.net, Alan Adkin (860) 742-6740, or Gary Fogelman (570) 437-3698 
Table Information: 60 eight foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers and free for display only collectors
                              if you are a member of IACANE.
Admission: There is a $3.00 charge to the Nescopeck show for 13 and over.  It is free for 12 and under.  (free to IACANE members)
Lodging: Lookout Motor Lodge (570) 788-4131
              America’s Best Value Inn (570) 788-5887
              Patriot Inn (570) 387-1776
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. Reproductions must be labeled.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. All items
                    sold must be guaranteed during the show.
Show Notes:  Concessions are available at the show. Free appraisals and evaluations are available at the show.
                     Flint Knapping and Atlatl demonstrations will be going on during the show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of Briggsville, PA US

Event: SHEFFIELD ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Rebel State Archaeological Society
When: October 20, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers setup 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Holiday Inn, 4900 Hatch Blvd, Sheffield, Alabama 35660
Contact: Show Host: Barry Waters (256) 247-3793 or email h2osbp@aol.com  
                                John Hammons (256) 232-0698 or email jrh@pclnet.net   
Table Information: 80 six foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers or $5 for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Holiday Inn (256) 381-4710
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Civil War relics, or related items allowed.
                    No reproductions will be permitted. Only 25% of the display can be other than Native American.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 4900 Hatch Blvd., Sheffield, AL 35660-3744, US

Event: 1ST ANNUAL SAVANNAH GEORGIA ARTIFACT & FOSSIL SHOW
Affiliation: Assisted and sponsored by TSAS, among others
When: October 27, 2007
Show Hours: Set-up: 7:00am – 8:00 am, Show Hours 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Where: Alee Shriner’s Temple; on Skidaway Road, After Eisenberg Dr. Intersection, Savannah, GA 31405
Contact: Show Host: Holly Petrea (912) 897-4999 or email eaglebear12@yahoo.com


Table Information: 200 six foot tables are available at $15 per table
Admission: $2 per person.  Children under 12 admitted free.
Lodging: LaQuinta Inn (Southside) (912) 927-7660

  LaQuinta Inn (Midtown)  (912) 355-3004

  Best Western (Midtown)  (912) 355-1000
Show Rules: All Items Must Be Guaranteed During Show!  All Reproductions MUST be labeled as such.  No Human Remain Items or Unlawful Items Will Be      Permitted.  The Show Host Reserves The Right To Ask Any Dealer To Remove Items From Their Tables.
Show Notes: This is the 1st Annual Show for this event.  (Native American and International Artifacts, Fossils & Minerals, Pre-Columbian, Civil War Items, Antique Bottles, Raffles & Awards).  Concessions will be available. 
                   
Map Quest to Show: Alee Temple, 13 Eisenberg Drive, Savannah, GA (912) 355-2422

Event: MONTICELLO ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Badger State Archaeological Society
When: October 28, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 6:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Monticello High School Gym, Main & Eisenhower St, Monticello, Wisconsin 53570
Contact: Show Host: Bill Norton (608) 214-0858
Table Information: 80 eight foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers or $5 per table for display
                              only collectors. First time displayers will get one free table.
Admission: Free Admission to all
Lodging: Super 8 (608) 325-1500 in Monroe
              Country House Inn (608) 527-5399 in New Glarus
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, and Indian culture related items allowed.
                    No guns or burial goods will be permitted. All reproductions must be labeled.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show. The is 24th annual show for this event.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of [237-399] W Coates Ave., Monticello, WI 53570, US

Event: BAXTER INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS, The Volunteer State Archaeological Society
When: November 4, 2007  ( 1st Sunday in November )
Show Hours: Sunday Dealers Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Baxter Elementary School, 1st Avenue South & Elmore Town Road, Baxter, Tennessee 38544
Contact: Show Host: Dennis Burgess (931) 432-4598 or Clarence Sewell (931) 858-3981  
Table Information: 52 six foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers or free for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Holiday Inn (931) 526-7125 at Cookeville 11 miles from show
              Star Motor Inn (931) 526-9511 at Cookeville 11 miles from show
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related collectable items allowed.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  The annual meeting for the election of officers for the VSAS will be held during the show.
                     This is the 29is is the 29th annual show for this event which is the longest running show in Tennessee.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 1st Ave S & Elmore Town Rd., Baxter, TN 38544, US

Event: 8TH ANNUAL ROCKFORD PREHISTORIC INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & the Illinois State Archaeological Society
When: November 4, 2007   CANCELLED – Moved to Feb, 2008 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealers Set up 6:00 AM-8:00 AM Show 8:00 AM-2:00 PM
Where: Ramada Suites Conference Center, 200 South Bell School Road, Rockford, Illinois 61107
Contact: Show Host: Jim Arco (815) 387-8985 or email jarco@prodigy.net
Table Information: 80 eight foot tables are available @ $30 per table for dealers and free for display
                              only collectors who are members of CSAS.
Admission: Free Admission to all. Donations are accepted at the door to cover show costs!
Lodging: Ramada Suites (815) 226-2100
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related historic items can be displayed. No other items will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table as tables will be policed during the show.                    
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show. Free evaluations and appraisals at the show so see the show host
                    for details.

Map Quest to Show: Map of 200 S Bell School Rd., Rockford, IL 61108-2610, US

Event: 1ST ANNUAL ROCK RIVER VALLEY SHOW
Affiliation: Illinois State Archaeological Society / CSASI Affiliate
When: November 4, 2007
Show Hours: Set-up: 6:00am – 8:00 am, Show Hours 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Where: Atkinson Community Center (Old Atkinson High School Gymnasium), 107 South State Street, Atkinson, Illinois  61235
Contact: JC Floming at (309) 278-4540 home or (309) 507-1749 cell; or Jeff Hipskind at (309) 230-3992 for table availability for information.


Table Information: 90 eight foot tables are available at $20 per table
Admission: Free Admission to the Public
Lodging: Baymont Inn (AmeriHost) (309) 945-9345

    Super 8 Motel (309) 945-1898 (10% discount with 5 reservations for show)
Show Rules: This show is for display and/or sale of only AUTHENTIC PRE-HISTORIC NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN ARTIFACTS or related materials.   Dealers are required to provide a minimum 14 day guarantee of authenticity on all items sold.
Show Notes:  Free Artifact Identification on site.  Drawings for Free 1 year Membership to Illinois State Archaeological Society.
Directions:  Take I-80 to Exit 27 which is the Atkinson/Galva exit.  Take ramp to State Street (CR-5).  Turn North on State Street for .3 miles.  Atkinson Community Center (2 story red brick) entrance will be on your left.

Map Quest to Show: Atkinson Community Center

Event: HELBLING AUCTIONEERS NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACT AUCTION

When: November 10, 2007 

Auction Hours: Friday Preview 7:00-9:00 PM, Saturday Preview 8:00-10:30 AM, Saturday Auction 10:30 AM-Till Complete.

Where: Ramada Inn Limited, W 12TH St & Lyons Ave, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57104

Contact: Bob Helbling, (701) 428-3184, cell phone (701) 212-2950 or email helblingauction@qwest.net

Auction Information: 110 lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts and each item in each lot is sold individually to the highest bidder. NO buyers premium and 6% sales tax will be charged. Terms of the sale are cash or check with proper ID, NO credit cards. Nothing is to be removed until it is paid for. Everything sells “As is, Where is, and Without Warranty. Announcements made the day of the Auction supersedes any other information given. Absentee bids or phone bids will be accepted so call (701) 428-3184 to make arrangements by Friday November 9, 3:00 PM. Please view our website at http://www.midwestauctions.com/helbling/_private/index.html .                                

Auction Items:   This sale consists of the best selection of authentic High Plains Native American Indian artifacts from a lifetime one-owner collection found before 1970 on private land mainly from Western North Dakota and North Central South Dakota. There are hundreds of flint, bone, stone, iron, brass and copper artifacts. The collection includes; bird points, spear points, knives, scrapers, bone tools, glass & shell beads, rings, bracelets, pipes, axes, hammers, celts and grinding stones from all time periods, Paleo to Fur Trade. They are great examples of their type showing fine workmanship with the majority of the artifacts being made from Knife River Flint, Agatized Wood, and Agate materials. Included is a great group of historic Native American Plains beaded and quilled artifacts formerly in the W. Jensen, M. Killy and Abourezk Trading Post collections; featuring an early quilled vest with Brule designs, 2 pairs of Sioux moccasins, 2 pairs of Cheyenne moccasins, pair of Sioux beaded leggings, pair of Cheyenne quilled arm bands. This group will sell toward the end of the sale.

Please view the items at http://www.midwestauctions.com/helbling/_private/index.html .

Lodging:  Ramada Inn Limited (605) 330-0000

Auction Company: Helbling Auctioneers, Inc., P O Box 264, Kindred, North Dakota 58051

Auction Notes: Concession will be available at the auction.

Map Quest to Show: Map of Ramada Inn Limited:605-330-0000 W 12th St & Lyons Ave Sioux Falls, SD 57104, US

 

Event: RED OAK IOWA ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & Hawkeye State Archaeological Society
When: November 10, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM Show 8:00-4:00 AM
Where: Montgomery County Fairgrounds, Gold Building, 4th Street & Alix Street, Red Oak, Iowa 51566
Contact: Show Host: Harold & Silvia Carr (641) 743-6291 or Doug Wallace (641) 743-2459
Table Information: 40 eight foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers or are free to display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all.
Lodging: Red Coach Inn (712) 623-4864
              Super 8 Motel (712) 623-6919
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items are allowed. No reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. All items
                    sold have a show guarantee. 
Show Notes: This the 4th annual event for this show. Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show:
Map of Alix St & N 4th St., Red Oak, IA 51566, US

Event: RESERVATION RANCH INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: None
When: November 10, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 6:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-6:00 PM,
Where: Reservation Ranch, 13024 HW 36, Comanche, TX 76442
Contact: Show Host: Carl Hall (325) 356-5950 or email: has.entpr@itexas.net
Table Information: 60 six foot tables are available @ $25 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: Free Admission
Lodging: Comanche Country Comfort (325) 356-2543
              Comanche Inn (325) 356-5267
Show Rules: Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Guns (Pre 1940), Reproductions (Must be Labeled), Fur Trade,
                     and Fossils allowed. No grave goods will be permitted.                                                     

                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show. Flint knapping demonstrations will be going on
                   during the show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of State Hwy 36 & County Road 324, Comanche, TX 76442, US

Event: DELEON TEXAS INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: None
When: November 10, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 6:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-4:00 PM                   
Where: Deleon City Hall Auditorium, 117 Texas Street, DeLeon, Texas 76444
Contact: Show Host: Jerry Morgan (254) 842-4945 and email
news@deleontexas.com or Barbara Helberg (254) 893-2083
Table Information: 70 eight foot tables are available @ $40 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: $3 for adults and children 13 years of age or over. Children 12 and under are free.
Lodging: DeLeon Inn (254) 893-2037             
Show Rules: Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Guns, or related items are allowed. No burial items
                    will be permitted. All items must be guaranteed and any reproductions must be labeled as such.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: This is the 1ST annual show for this event. Concessions will be available at the show and they are great!
Map Quest to Show:Map of 117 S Texas St De Leon, TX 76444-1862, US  

Event: KENTUCKY DAM PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Green River Archaeological Society
When: November 16, 17, & 18,  2007 
Show Hours: FRIDAY DEALER SET UP AT 12:00 PM- till 6:00 p.m. – ish!!!
                     Saturday and Sunday Show Hours 8:00 AM-3:00 PM.
Where: Kentucky Dam Village Resort State Park, Convention Center, HW 641, Gilbertsville, Kentucky 42044
Contact: Show Host: Holland Higgs (270) 522-8801 (home) or (270) 350-2158 (Cell) or email
higgsrocks@msn.com
Table Information: 115 eight foot tables are available @ $25 per table. Tables must be reserved in advance!
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park – 800-325-0146 - 113 Administration Drive, Gilbertsville, KY 42044-0069.
The resort is located 21 miles southeast of Paducah.
Take I-24 to Exit 27.  Follow Signs to Park (3 miles) 
Additional Lodging:
Inn By The Lake – (877)-360-4278
Bel-Air Inn – (270)-395-7257
Super 8 – (877)-395-5566
Ken Bar Inn – (888)-848-8042

Show Rules: Only Authentic Prehistoric Indian Artifacts from upper 48 U.S. States and Canada will be allowed.
No guns or Pre Columbian will be permitted.  The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. Reproductions will be dealt with in a blunt manner!
Show Notes: Kentucky Dam Village website:  
http://parks.ky.gov/resortparks/kd/directions.htm
 Concessions are available at the show.
Map to Show: Kentucky Dam Village Show

Event: ASO ALADDIN SHRINE TEMPLE ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: The Archaeological Society of Ohio
When: November 11, 2007 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Aladdin Shrine Temple, 3850 Stelzer Road, Columbus, Ohio 43219
For Info Contact: Rocky Falleti at (330) 788-1598 or email rfalleti@aol.com .
Table Information: 100 six & four foot tables are available @ $15 per 6’ table-$12 per 4’ table for dealers
                              and free for display only collectors if you are a member of the ASO.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: The Midwest Hotel & Conference Center (614) 846-0300
              Country Inn & Suites East (614) 861-8888
              Best Western Executive Suites (614) 864-1280
              Radisson Hotel Columbus (614) 436-0700
              Courtyard by Marriott Columbus Airport (614) 475-8530
              Hampton Inn Columbus (614) 235-0717 
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No reproductions will be permitted unless labeled.
                    All items sold must be guaranteed during the show.  The ASO reserves the right to ask any dealer to                    .                   remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions are available at the show.
Editors Notes: This society is a well organized and managed under the leadership of John M. Mocic, president.
                       The ASO has 28 chapters with a strong membership of over 2200. For those who would like to
                       know more about the ASO just visit their website at
www.ohioarch.org or call the toll free number
                       (800) 736-7815 to talk to Peggy Potter about being a member.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 3850 Stelzer Rd., Columbus, OH 43219-3044, US

Event: CONVERSE PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION

When: November 25, 2007 

Auction Hours: Saturday Preview 6:00-9:00 PM, Sunday Preview 8:00-10:00, Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete

Where: Aladdin Shrine Temple, 3850 Stelzer Road, Columbus, Ohio 43219

Contact: Robert N. Converse (614) 873-5471, cell phone (614) 546-9264 or email rconvers@columbus.rr.com   

Auction Information: 350+ lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. A colored,  illustrated catalog of auction items is available for $20 with a $10 credit on a purchase. A 5% buyers premium and 6.75% sales tax will be charged on each item. Absentee bids and phone bids will be accepted so call (614) 873-5471 or cell (614) 546-9264. If you plan to phone bid, please make arrangements during the week before the sale. Absentee bids must be called in by Friday before the sale. This auction is not open to the public! Only catalogue buyers or those on the mailing list should write, call or check with us the day of the sale. We reserve the right to refuse admittance to others. Day of Sale phone number is (614) 546-9264 so don’t miss these fine artifacts. Please view our website at www.converseauction.com .                                

Auction Items: This sale of fine artifacts are from several nice well known Ohio collections. A number of Dr Meuser pieces are in the sale and other collections represented are Stanley Copeland, Cameron Parks, Earl Townsend, Wachtel, Kientz, Judge Payne, Hooks, Vietzen, Hill, Bunche, Wehrle, and others.

Lodging: The Midwest Hotel & Conference Center (614) 846-0300

                Country Inn & Suites East (614) 861-8888

                Best Western Executive Suites (614) 864-1280

                Radisson Hotel Columbus (614) 436-0700

                Courtyard by Marriott Columbus Airport (614) 475-8530

                Hampton Inn Columbus (614) 235-0717

Auction Company: Auctioneers Robert Sweeney, Jeff Kerr and Robert Converse. Licensed by The Ohio Department of Agriculture and Bonded in Favor of the State of Ohio.

Auction Notes: Concession will be available at the auction.

Map Quest to Show: Map of State Hwy 36 & County Road 324, Comanche, TX 76442, US

Event: BENNETT’S ARTIFACT AUCTIONS
When: December 1, 2007

Auction Hours: Friday Preview 5:00-9:00 PM, Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00 AM--Auction 10:00 AM-Until Complete

Where: The Drawbridge Inn & Convention Center, 2477 Royal Drive, Fort Mitchell, Kentucky 41017
Contact for Auction: Jim Bennett (419) 945-2893 fax (419) 289-6689 or email: oldrelics@verizon.net   

Auction Information: 411 plus lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. A complete list

                                  of the artifacts and their description are available for viewing on www.arrowheads.com .

                                  There will be a 10% buyers’ premium and a state sales tax of 6% unless exempt. Items

                                  sold and shipped out of Kentucky will not be charged sales tax. Absentee bids will be accepted 

                                  through 11/27/07 so call Jim at (419) 945-2893 or fax (419) 289-6689 or email as listed above.

                                  Day of Sale phone bid arrangements must be made by Friday, November 30, 2007 so call Jim

                                  (419) 945-2893 or fax (419) 289-6689. For live internet bidding go to www.liveauctioneers.com

                                  or www.ebay.com to register. A 5% will be added to the buyer’s premium for internet bidding.

                                  Terms of the sale are cash, approved check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover

                                  & Paypal. All credit card and Paypal purchases will be charged a small 3% fee. 

Auction Items:   This sale consists of a very well rounded selection of AUTHENTIC ancient artifacts including flints, axes, celts, pestles, pendants, gorgets, bannerstones pottery, etc from a diverse section of the US.  Auction includes a large Mueser Discoidal and a large Townsend Lost Lake as well as other quality relics.

Featured in this sale are artifacts from the collection of Dr. Mervin Elijah Oakes. Dr. Oakes was born in Lecompton Kansas in 1892 and grew up in Westerville, Ohio. Dr. Oakes married in 1919 and throughout his carreer resided in Arizona, New Mexico, California and both North and South Carolina. Although Dr. Oakes continued to collect artifacts into the 1960’s, a large portion of his collection was wrapped in 1930’s newspapers and put into storage until just recently. In a 1962 biography published about Dr. Oakes, he states under hobbies that he began collecting artifacts at age 11, and collected into the 1960's.

Another collection featured in this sale is the collection of Brian Sauer. Mr. Sauer collected more recently than Dr. Oakes, assembling a nicely rounded collection of artifacts, many from the Ohio Valley area.

In addition to the above mentioned collections, other quality consignments have been selected from reputable collectors and dealers to help round-out this sale.

All items can be viewed in our online catalog at: http://www.oldrelics.com/auction/auction1.htm

Lodging: The Drawbridge Inn (800) 354-9793 in US (800) 352-9866 in KY             

Auction Company: Bennett’s Artifact Auctions 

Map Quest to Auction: Map of  2477 Royal Dr Covington, KY 41017, US
Event: DOWNTOWN LIVE OAK ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Sunshine State Archaeological Society
When: December 1, 2007  1st Saturday in December !
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Elks Lodge, 415 East Howard Street, Live Oak, Florida 32060
Contact: Show Host: Allen Hyde (904) 259-4804 or email flflint@nefcom.net
Table Information: 50 six & eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table
Admission: $2 per day for adults and children over 12 years of age. Children 12 and under are free.
Lodging: Best Western (386) 362-6000
              Econo Lodge (386) 362-7459
              Holiday Inn Express (386) 362-2600
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, or Fossils allowed. No grave goods will be permitted. 
                    All reproductions must be labeled.              
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 415 Howard St E., Live Oak, FL 32064-3303, US

Event: DIRK SOULIS AMERICAN INDIAN ARTIFACTS AUCTION

When: December 1, 2007 

Auction Hours: Saturday Preview 8:00-10:00 AM, Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete

Where: Dirk Soulis Auctions, 529 West Lone Jack-Lee’s Summit Road, Lone Jack, MO 64070

Contact: Dirk Soulis (816) 697-3830, fax (816) 566-2368 or email www.DirkSoulisAuctions.com   

Auction Information: 300 plus lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. Floor and absentee bidding are available for this auction. For complete details of terms and conditions for this auction please go to http://www.dirksoulisauctions.com/auction-terms  . For absentee bidding please go to http://www.dirksoulisauctions.com/bid-form  for the application form.  Please visit our website for all information on our auctions at http://www.dirksoulisauctions.com .      

Auction Items: There will be some 1ST class artifacts in this auction that have not been seen in 50 years. For information on the pedigree of the Stone Artifacts Collection call Steve “Packrat” Cregut  at (785) 379-5751. There are some nice artifacts in this auction so don’t miss this one.  Please visit our website for all information on our auction at http://www.dirksoulisauctions.com .

Lodging: Sleep Inn. 816/554-7600

              Comfort Inn 816/524-8181

              Super-8 816/524-8863

Auction Company: Dirk Soulis Auctions, P,O, Box 17, Lone Jack, MO 64070

                              Licensed and Bonded by the Sate of Missouri                              

Auction Notes: Concessions will be available at the auction.

Map Quest to Show: Map of Dirk Soulis Auctions:913-707-1921 529 W Lone Jack Lees Summit Rd Lone Jack, MO 64070, US

Event: FREDERICKSBURG TEXAS INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: None
When: December 1, 2007 
Show Hours: Friday Set up 7:00 AM-6:00 PM  Saturday Dealer Set up 6:30-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-5:00 PM                   
Where: Lady Bird Johnson Park, 1700 HW 16 South, Fredericksburg, Texas 78624
Contact: Show Host: Rob Bartell (830) 238-3795 and email
ajax3@hctc.net or Richard Mentzer (830) 626-5561
Table Information: 65 six foot tables are available @ $40 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: $5 for adults and children 15 years of age or over. Children 14 and under are free.
Lodging: Best Western (830) 992-2929
              Super 8 Motel (830) 997-6568
              Holiday Inn Express (830) 990-4200
              Comfort Inn & Suites (830) 990-2552            
Show Rules: Authentic Indian Artifacts - Native North American only, Guns, or related items are allowed. No burial items
                    will be permitted. All items must be guaranteed and any reproductions must be labeled as such.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: This is the 1st December artifact show ever held in Texas. Concessions will be available at the show and they are great!
Map Quest to Show:
Map of 1700 S State Highway 16, Fredericksburg, TX 78624, US

Event: NEWARK OHIO JAMES F HAHN PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT AUCTION
When: December 02, 2007  

Auction Hours: Sunday Preview 8:00-10:00 AM, Sunday Auction 10:00 AM-Till Complete 

Where: The Teheran Grotto Hall, 124 Waterworks Road, Newark, Ohio 43055

Contact: James F. Hahn (740) 522-3431 or email jim@hahnauctions.com or davidrrowlands@hotmail.com  

Auction Information: 400 plus lots of Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. Lotsof the items to be sold are available by viewing the website www.hahnauctions.com  A 13% buyers premium applies to all auction items plus a sales tax of 7.0 % will be charged at the auction unless a resale number is given, 3% discount for cash or check.  All items are sold “as is” and are the bidders responsibility. For absentee or phone bids call Dave Rowlands (440) 717-0806 for arrangements by 3:00 PM 12/01/07. Decisions regarding returns are made solely by Jim Hahn Auctions, Inc. and are NOT subject to the opinions of authenticators and other hobbyists. We reserve the right to withhold merchandise until payment is received. Please remember this is an auction. ALL SALES ARE FINAL! 

Auction Items: Outstanding Ohio, Indiana & Kentucky flint - including a superior selection of Well-Documented Flintridge, Upper Mercer & Carter Cave Archaic, Paleo, Hopewell and Adena flint types. Over fifty archaic Dovetails! Quality Lances & Flutes! Lots of good Hopewell color! Bannerstones, Pendants & Gorgets! Frames, Books & nice Stone tools! Attention Illinois and Missouri Collectors: Many point types from this region will be on the block, including over one hundred Burlington and other regional chert from, among others, the Don Edwards collection (see Who's Who #6-pg 140, 141). The entire contents of the Don's Dovetail frame (see Who's Who #6) will be sold. Highlights include a 6 ½" Flintridge Archaic Dovetail from the Herbert Wachtel collection (pictured Who's Who #1), a fine miniature Prizmoidal Bannerstone, a museum grade Ft Ancient engraved spool, a 15 piece, multicolored Flintridge Adena cache from Lorain county, a fine pink, Flintridge Pentagonal from the Kenny Black collection, two Birds, and a fine 5" Upper Mercer Dove from the Copeland collection.

Lodging: Holiday Inn (887) 995-0770 in Heath

                Cherry Valley Lodge (800) 788-9908 in Newark

                Ramada Inn (800) 228-2828 in Heath

Auction Company: James F. Hahn, Inc., 1118 Ramp Lane, Heath, Ohio 43056. The company is owned and managed by James F. Hahn, Licensed and Bonded by the State of Ohio (License #20020000238). Ron Rhodeback-Auctioneer

Auction Notes: There will be concession available at the auction. Dealers can set up and sell on the premises for a fee of $25

Map Quest to Show: Map of 124 Waterworks Rd., Newark, OH 43055-6059, US

Event: ANTIQUE HELPER’S RALPH W. BURNSWORTH NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACT COLLECTION AUCTION

When: December 2, 2007 

Auction Hours: Sunday Preview 8:00-11:00 AM, Auction 11:00 AM-Till Complete

Where: Antique Helper Auctions, 2764 E. 55TH Place, Indianapolis, IN 46220

Contact: Dan Ripley (317) 251-5635, fax (253) 322-5430 or email sales@antiquehelper.com   

Auction Information: 300 plus lots of Authentic Indian Artifacts are to be sold to the highest bidder. Live internet, floor, absentee, and phone bidding are available for this auction. For complete details of terms and conditions for this auction please go to www.antiquehelper.com/termsandconditions.php . For absentee and phone bidding please go to https://antiquehelper.com/absentee_form.php for the application form. Please visit our website for all information on our auctions at www.antiquehelper.com .

      

Auction Items: Antique Helper is proud to offer the Ralph W. Burnsworth’s collection of Native American artifacts. Mr. Burnsworth’s Artifacts were collected from Ohio and Florida from 1910 to the 1950’s with detailed records on his discoveries. There some nice hardstone and flint artifacts so don’t miss this one.  Please visit our website for all information on our auctions at www.antiquehelper.com .

Lodging:  AmeriSuites (317) 843-0064

                Hampton Inn (317) 843-1100

                Sheraton (317) 846-2700

Auction Company: Antique Helper Auctions, 2764 E. 55TH Place, Indianapolis, IN 46220, Licensed and Bonded by the Sate of Indiana License # AH2010055                              

Auction Notes: Concessions will be available at the auction.

Map Quest to Show: Map of

Event: AFACA Artifact Show and 4th Anniversary Celebration
Affiliation: Appalachian Foothills Artifact Collectors Association    ( www.theAFACA.com )
When: Saturday, December 8th, 2007 
Show Hours: Saturday morning set-up at 7:00 am

Saturday Show Hours: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM.   See our “On-Line” flyer  (click here)
Where: Best Western Holiday Plaza, 100 Eastern By-Pass, Richmond, Kentucky 40475 – 859-623-9220  (Located right off Exit 87 on I-75)
Contact: Show Host: Speedy Denny (859) 661-5708 or John Gibson (859) 582-5126 or Monty Pennington (859) 314-1542 email events@penbrandt.com
Table Information: 40 – 6  foot tables are available @ $30 per table. Tables must be reserved in advance!
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging:          Best Western Holiday Plaza

                        100 Eastern By-Pass

                        Richmond, KY 40475            859-623-9220   

Additional Lodging:

Holiday Inn Express – (859)-624-4055

Jameson Inn Richmond – (859)-623-0063   800-Jameson

Comfort Suites – (859)-624-0770

Hampton Inn – (859)-626-1002        800-426-7866


Show Rules: Only Authentic Prehistoric Indian Artifacts from upper 48 U.S. States and Canada will be allowed.

.  The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.

Show Notes: Best Western Holiday Plaza Website:  (CLICK HERE)

 

Map to Show: AFACA ARTIFACT SHOW

 

Event: 8TH ANNUAL KENTUCKY ROAD SHOW
Affiliation: Cumberland River Archaeological Society of Kentucky
When: Saturday January 5th, 2008
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show Saturday 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Center for Rural Development, 2292 South HW 27, Somerset, Kentucky 42501
Contact: Show Host: Danny Bray (877) 891-2911. (606) 561-4798 or email: dbray4798@charter.net
Table Information: 140 eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: Free Admission

Lodging: Holiday Inn Express (606) 678-2023

              Best Western (606) 677-9000
              Comfort Inn (606) 677-1500
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Fossils, Pre Columbian or quality collectibles allowed.
                    No reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions are available at the show
Map Quest to Show: Map of 2292 S Highway 27 Somerset, KY 42501-2905, US

Event:  HIGGS ROCK SHOW
Affiliation: N/A
When: January 12 & 13,  2008 
Show Hours: Friday evening Jan 11th Dealer Setup

Saturday and Sunday Show Hours 8:00 AM-3:00 PM.
Where: Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park
Contact: Show Host: Holland Higgs (270) 350-2158 or Lillie Higgs (270) 350-2157 (Cell) or email higgsrocks@msn.com
Table Information: 115 eight foot tables are available @ $25 per table. Tables must be reserved in advance!
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park – 800-325-0146 - 113 Administration Drive, Gilbertsville, KY 42044-0069

The resort is located 21 miles southeast of Paducah.

Take I-24 to Exit 27.  Follow Signs to Park (3 miles)

 

Additional Lodging:

Inn By The Lake – (877)-360-4278

Bel-Air Inn – (270)-395-7257

Super 8 – (877)-395-5566

Ken Bar Inn – (888)-848-8042


Show Rules: Only Authentic Prehistoric Indian Artifacts from upper 48 U.S. States and Canada will be allowed.

No guns or Pre Columbian will be permitted.  The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Reproductions will be dealt with in a blunt manner!
Show Notes: Kentucky Dam Village website:   http://parks.ky.gov/resortparks/kd/directions.htm

 Concessions are available at the show.
Map to Show: Kentucky Dam Village Show

 

Event: FREDERICKSBURG TEXAS INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: None
When: January 26, 2008 
Show Hours: Friday Set up 7:00 AM-6:00 PM  Saturday Dealer Set up 6:30-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-5:00 PM                   
Where: Lady Bird Johnson Park Pioneer Pavillion Hall, 1700 HW 16 South, Fredericksburg, Texas 78624
Contact: Show Host: Rob Bartell (830) 238-3795 and email ajax3@hctc.net or Richard Mentzer (830) 626-5561
Table Information: 65 eight foot tables are available @ $40 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: $5 for adults and children 15 years of age or over. Children 14 and under are free.
Lodging: Best Western (830) 992-2929
              Super 8 Motel (830) 997-6568
              Holiday Inn Express (830) 990-4200
              Comfort Inn & Suites (830) 990-2552            

Show Rules: ONLY Native American Indian Artifacts – Arrowheads, Pottery, Trade Beads.  There will be books on Native American Artifacts and Archaeology and display cases in all sizes. Also collectibles like coins, knives and Western Items.
Show Notes: This is the 2nd annual show for this event. Concessions will be available at the show and they are great!
Map Quest to Show: Click Here

Event:  JACKSON ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW – 20th Annual
Affiliation: CSAS & The Rebel State Archaeological Society
When: Sunday, January 27, 2008 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealers setup 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Jackson Community House, Vanity Park Dr, Jackson, Alabama 36545
Contact: Show Host: Bimbo Kohen (251) 542-9456 (251) 542-9941 or email bimbo@millry.net

Bimbo Kohen, 10066 Hwy 84, Silas AL.  36919
Table Information:45-50 eight foot tables are available @ $10 per table for dealers or $5 for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Best Western  (251) 246-6030
              Downtown Inn (251) 246-5741
              Guest House    (251) 246-4111

Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Civil War relics, Fossils, or related items allowed.
                    No reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  This will be the 20th annual event for this show

 

Map Quest to Show: Map of [100-123] Vanity Park Dr Jackson, AL 36545, US

 

Event:  MARIETTA PEACH STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SHOW

Affiliation: CSAS & The Peach State Archaeological Society
When: February 2, 2008 

Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Roswell Street Baptist Church, 774 Roswell Street, Marietta, Georgia 30060
Contact: Show Host: King Ross, VP of Peach State Arch. Soc. (770) 977-9431 or email kingfaye@bellsouth.net  

Table Information: 70 eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers or $5 for display only collectors.

Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Comfort Inn (770) 952-3000
               La Quinta Inn (770) 951-0026
               Quality Inn (770) 955-0004  
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No burial items or reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  Concessions will be available. There will be an officer meeting at 2:00 PM of the show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of [769-835] Roswell St Ne., Marietta, GA 30060, US

Event: RIVERLAND INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: Indian Artifact Collectors Association of the Northeast
When: February 23, 2008 

Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 8:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Where: Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, 634 Salem Blvd, Berwick, Pennsylvania 18603

(six miles north of Berwick on Route 11)
Contact: Show Host: Bill Vezendy (570)759-1792 or email billvez@verizon.net 

Table Information: 20 eight & six foot tables are available free if you are a member of IACANE.
Admission: Free to all
Lodging: Lookout Motor Lodge (570) 788-4131
              America’s Best Value Inn (570) 788-5887
              Patriot Inn (570) 387-1776
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. Reproductions must be labeled.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. All items
                    sold must be guaranteed during the show.
Show Notes:  Restaurant within 1 mile of the show. Free appraisals and evaluations are available at the show.
                     Flint Knapping and Atlatl demonstrations will be going on during the show. This is a small show
                     but a lot of fun for all.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 634 Salem Blvd., Berwick, PA 18603-6465, US

Event: SOUTHERN PINES ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: CSAS & The Piedmont Archaeological Society of NC & SC
When: February 9, 2008
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Days Inn, 650 US Hwy 1 at Morganton Rd., Southern Pines, NC 28388
Contact: Show Host: Rodney Peck (704) 933-8986 or email: rpeck@carolina.rr.com 
Table Information: 56 six foot tables are available @ $30 per table for dealers and $10 for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all.
Lodging: Days Inn (910) 692-8585 or (800) 262-5737,  PAS group rate $68.00/night.  Ask for Block Rooms for “Piedmond Archaeological Society”.

Directions:

From Greensboro: Hwy 220 South to Hwy 24/27 East, then Hwy 22 to Hwy 1 (south).   Motel is on right at Morganton Road Exit.

From Rockingham: Hwy 1 (north) towards Southern Pines.  Motel is on left at Morganton Road exit.


Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, archaeological books, cases, or Pre Columbian allowed. Other items like guns, civil war relics, fossils etc. will be permitted on a limited basis of no more than 10% of the table space. No human remains burial items, or unlawful items are allowed.
The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Show host awards will be given out during the show. There will be a raffle held to benefit the PAS Society.

Map to Show: Map to Days Inn – Southern Pines

Event: LEXINGTON PREHISTORIC ARTIFACT SHOW


Affiliation: CSAS & The Green River Archaeological Society (GRAS)
When: February 9th & 10th, 2008  TWO DAY SHOW THIS YEAR 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-4:00 PM, Sunday Show 8:00 AM-4:00 PM
Where: Holiday Inn North, 1950 Newton Pike, Lexington, Kentucky 40505
Contact: Show Host: Sam Cox (859) 351-5675 or email Sam at info@samcoxartifacts.com
Table Information: 100 six foot tables are available @ $25 per table for dealers and display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Holiday Inn North (859) 233-0512           

Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts allowed. No guns or Pre Columbian will be permitted.
                      The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concession available at the show.                                                                                                           

Map Quest to Show: Map of 1950 Newtown Pike Lexington, KY 40511-1332, US

Event:  RIPLEY INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: Ohio Archaeological Society & Fort Salem Chapter

When: February 17, 2008 

Show Hours: Sunday Dealers 8:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-2:00 PM
Where: Ripley Senior High School ( On The River ) , Highway 52, Ripley, Ohio 45167  (40 miles East of Cincinnati on Rt. 52 – 45 miles West of Portsmouth on Rt. 52 )
Contact: Show Host: Contact  Jon Dickinson (513) 509-7420 email jondickinson75@cinci.rr.com  

Table Information: 100+ eight foot tables are available @ $12 per 8ft table for dealers or free to display only collectors.
                              Tables must be reserved by January 30, 2007
Admission: The Ripley Show is now FREE ADMISSION with donations greatly appreciated.
Lodging: Best Western (606) 759-5696 at Maysville, KY (15 minutes from show)
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. Restored or reproductions must be labeled.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  This is the 16th annual show for this event. Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of [1-99] Finney St., Ripley, OH 45167, US

Event: WAXAHACHIE TEXAS INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: None
When: February 23, 2008 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-6:00 PM                   
Where: Waxahachie Civic Center, 2000 Civic Center LN., Waxahachie, Texas
75165
Contact: Show Host: Harold Hughes (972) 723-5113 home, (972) 921-8555 cell, or email haroldhighes8665@sbcglobal.net  
                                   James Kemp (254) 889-3885 email: kdgblue@aol.com
Table Information: 44 eight foot tables are available @ $40 per table                               
Admission: $5 per day for adults and children 12 years of age or over. Children 11 and under are free.
Lodging: Best Western Gingerbread Inn, 200 North I-35 East, Waxahachie, TX 75165  Map to Hotel
Show Rules: Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, Guns, or related items are allowed. No burial items
                     will be permitted. All items must be guaranteed and any reproductions must be labeled as such.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: This is the 12th annual show for this event. 
Map Quest to Show: Map of Waxahachie Civic Ctr:972-938-3434 2000 Civic Center Ln Waxahachie, TX 75165, US

Event:  GALLATIN PREHISTORIC AMERICAN ARTIFACT SHOW

Affiliation: CSAS & The Volunteer State Archaeological Society
When: Sunday February 24, 2008

Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,

Where: Gallatin Civic Center, 210 Albert Gallatin Blvd, Gallatin, TN 37066
Contact Show Host: Mike McCoy (615) 758-5884, Dr Arthur Cushman, Jim Butler, And LeRoy Irons  

Table Information: 170 six foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers and 2 free tables for display
                              only collectors that are members of CSAS.  ( You MUST rent your tables before Thursday before the show)
Admission: Free Admission to all.
Lodging: Shoney’s/ Guest House Inn (615) 452-5433
               Hampton Inn (615) 206-9595
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, related books, and cases are allowed. All displays are subject
                    to approval by the show hosts on the day of the show. Show rules will be posted on the day of
                    the show.
Show Notes: Saturday night there will be hospitality supper and get together at the Shoney’s Inn from 6:00 PM-9:00 PM
                    that is provided by the VSAS. Saturday night at the Shoney’s Inn is what makes this show one of
                    the best where all artifact lovers go from room to room making deals and trades until the late
                    hours. Most people say more artifacts trade hands at the rooms than at the show. It sure is fun so don’t
                    miss out!
Editor Notes: This show is the largest and most enjoyable artifact show in Tennessee for the year
                     so don’t
miss it!
Map Quest to Show: Map of 210 Albert Gallatin Ave Gallatin, TN 37066-2051, US 

Event: COLUMBUS PEACH STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Peach State Archaeological Society
When: Saturday March 8, 2008 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Fraternal Order of Police Building, 8827 Heiferhorn Dr, Columbus, Georgia 31904
Contact: Show Host: Jacky Fuller (800) 851-0924 (706) 570-4817 or email relikdiver@knology.net   
Table Information: 35 eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers or free for display only collectors.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Microtel Inn & Suites of North Columbus, 1728 Fountain Ct., Columbus, GA 31904  (706) 653-7004

                 Map to Hotel
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. No burial items or reproductions will be permitted.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  Concessions will be available.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 8827 Heiferhorn Way, Columbus, GA 31904-1319, US

 

Event: 7th ANNUAL TALLAHASSEE NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACT & FOSSIL SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Sunshine State Archaeological Society
When: March 15, 2008
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-2:00 PM,
Where: Elks Lodge, 276 North Magnolia, Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Contact: Show Host: Nate Curtis (850) 539-3125 or email: curtytheheadhunter@yahoo.com
Table Information: 80 six foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers or display only collectors.
Admission: $3 per day for adults and children over 16 years of age. Children 16 and under are free.
Lodging: Holiday Inn (850) 562-2000
              Hampton Inn (850) 309-1300
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian, or Fossils allowed. No guns, grave goods or
                    reproductions will be permitted.              
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
Show Notes: Concessions will be available at the show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 276 N Magnolia Dr Tallahassee, FL 32301-2638, US
 
Event: Rochester Indian Artifact Show
Affiliation: CSAS & The Gopher State Archaeological Society
When: April 19, 2008 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Holiday Inn Rochester South, 1630 South Broadway, Rochester, Minnesota  56904
Contact: Show Host: Bernie Benavidez (507) 259-9259 or email bjbdiamonds@aol.com 
Table Information: 50 eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers and Free 1st table to
                               display only collectors who are GSAS/CSAS members.
Admission: $3 for adults and children under 12 are free.
Lodging:  Holiday Inn South (507) 288-1844
               Hampton Inn (507) 287-9050
               Comfort Inn (507) 281-2211
Show Rules: Only Authentic North American Indian prehistoric, historic and related artifacts will be allowed
                    for displaying, selling, or trading. No reproductions will be allowed. A full refund from the seller
                    must be made to the buyer on any disputed items sold during show hours. All tables will be reviewed by
                    the show host and any items in question must be removed upon request.
Show Notes: This is our annual spring show held in Rochester for the FIRST time.  Restaurant will be available at the show.                    
Map Quest to Show: Map of 1630 South Broadway, Rochester, Minnesota  56904  
Event: ALEXANDRIA INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Gopher State Archaeological Society
When: July 27, 2008 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Holiday Inn, 5637 State Highway 29 S, Alexandria, Minnesota 56308
Contact: Show Host: John Lindquist (320) 834-4788 or email jlindquist@gctel.com 
Table Information: 60 eight foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers and Free 1st table to
                               display only collectors who are GSAS/CSAS members.
Admission: $3 for adults and children under 12 are free.
Lodging:  Holiday Inn (800) 465-4329
               Super 8 Motel (320) 763-6552
               Country Inn & Suites (320) 763-9900
Show Rules: Only Authentic North American Indian prehistoric, historic and related artifacts will be allowed
                    for displaying, selling, or trading. No reproductions will be allowed. A full refund from the seller
                    must be made to the buyer on any disputed items sold during show hours. All tables will be reviewed by
                    the show host and any items in question must be removed upon request.
Show Notes: Restaurant will be available at the show location. There will be Saturday night room trading at the
                    show hotel.                    
Map Quest to Show: Map of 5637 State Highway 29 S., Alexandria, MN 56308-6034, US  

Event: OWATONNA ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: CSAS & The Gopher State Archaeological Society
When: October 5, 2008 
Show Hours: Sunday Dealer Set up 7:00-8:00 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM,
Where: Holiday Inn, 2365 NW 43rd Street, Owatonna, Minnesota 55060
Contact: Show Host: Gregg Nelson (507) 645-6476 or email gregg.nelson@wengercorp.com
Table Information: 50 six foot tables are available @ $20 per table for dealers and free 1st table to display only collectors.
Admission: $3 for adults and children over 12. Children 12 and under are free.

Lodging: Holiday Inn (507) 446-8900
               AmericInn (800) 396-5007
               Super 8 (507) 541-0380     
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. All reproductions must be labeled.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table.
                    All items sold at the show must carry a guarantee for the duration of the show and a 30 day guarantee
                    on authenticity when proof of a failure is given. 
Show Notes: This is the 9th annual show for this event. Restaurant will be available in the hotel.  Items that are unique to this area are: The Copper Culture
                    Artifacts, Minnesota/Dakota Plains Artifacts, and Fur Trade Artifacts so make sure to give them a
                    good look see.
                    
Map Quest to Show: Map of 2365 NW 43rd Street, Owatonna, Minnesota 55060  

Event: ALEXANDER CITY ALABAMA ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: Hillabee Archaeological Society
When: Saturday October 11th, 2008 
Show Hours: Saturday setup 6:00-7:30 AM--Show 8:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Charles E. Bailey Sports Plex Gymnasium, 1685 Arena Road, Alexander City, Alabama 35010
Contact: Show Host: Audie D. Moncrief (256) 329-8329 or email at home lisam58@charter.net , at work amoncrie@madixinc.com and Wayne Hunter (256) 234 -7725 or email   whunter7725@charter.net
Table Information: 100 tables ( eight & six foot) are available @ $10 per table for display & dealer.
Admission: Free admission to all
Lodging: Best Western (Horseshoe Inn) (256) 234-6311
              Jameson Inn (256) 234-7099
              Holiday Inn Express (256) 234-5900
              Royal Inn (256) 329-8858
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts, Pre Columbian or related items allowed. No guns or reproductions will be permitted. The show host reserves the right to ask any one to remove items from their table.
Show Notes:  The Alexander City, Alabama Artifact Show will be held in conjunction with the Alexander City October Fest. Concessions and other events will be available in the park area.
Map Quest to Show: Map of 1685 Arena Rd., Alexander City, AL US

Event: NESCOPECK INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
Affiliation: Indian Artifact Collectors Association of the Northeast
When: October 18, 2008 
Show Hours: Saturday Dealers Set up 7:00-9:00 AM--Show 9:00 AM-3:00 PM
Where: Nescopeck Township Fire Hall, RTE 93-038 Zenith Rd, Nescopeck, Pennsylvania 18635
             (six miles north of Berwick on Route 11)
Contact: Show Host: Bill Vezendy (570)759-1792 or email billvez@verizon.net, Alan Adkin (860) 742-6740, or Gary Fogelman (570) 437-3698 
Table Information: 60 eight foot tables are available @ $15 per table for dealers and free for display only collectors
                              if you are a member of IACANE.
Admission: There is a $3.00 charge to the Nescopeck show for 13 and over.  It is free for 12 and under.  (free to IACANE members)
Lodging: Lookout Motor Lodge (570) 788-4131
              America’s Best Value Inn (570) 788-5887
              Patriot Inn (570) 387-1776
Show Rules: Only Authentic Indian Artifacts or related items allowed. Reproductions must be labeled.
                    The show host reserves the right to ask any dealer to remove items from their table. All items
                    sold must be guaranteed during the show.
Show Notes:  Concessions are available at the show. Free appraisals and evaluations are available at the show.
                     Flint Knapping and Atlatl demonstrations will be going on during the show.
Map Quest to Show: Map of Briggsville, PA US

 
 

 

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