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Indian Pipes Page 1

This page lists Indian Pipes from ALL eras, including Ancient prehistoric stone pipes through post-European contact Trade Pipes as well as contemporary pipes when they're in stock and also Ancient Cloud Blowers, which are truly rare items, seldom seen for sale.
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Item: Type: Elbow Pipe Provenance: Price
ELIP3 A highly unusual and very rare igneous pumice volcanic rock Elbow Pipe which is 98.5% Found south of Idaho Falls in Idaho (umm... 650.00
intact, the only "rough spots" being slight chipping around the hole at the mouth-piece end. like where else would Idaho Falls be located???)
How an ancient could have possibly "worked" such a porous and fragile material as this is
way beyond my comprehension... but it was done, and this rare artifact is testimony to it's
creator's dedication. (if not to his addiction to tobacco) A very unique, ancient artifact.
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Item: Type: Tube Pipe Provenance: Price
JCIP1 A very nice and very rare speckled green-black polished steatite Tubular Pipe which is in great Recovered from 500.00
condition with one exception. It has a fracture line running diagonally downwards from the top Humboldt Co., NV
lip of the pipe for a distance of 5/8". This fracture line is "through and through" (visible on the
inside of the pipe as well as the outside surface) but doesn't appear to have actually separated
from the pipe, as evidenced by undisturbed mineralization in the "cracks" valley. (See the
enlarged photos which detail this minor flaw) Still a great and rare item coming from Nevada.
  Era: Developmental Phase - 700 to 1,600 years old
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Item: Type: Reed Pipe Provenance: Price
JCIP2 A highly unusual reddish volcanic rock Reed Pipe which is in perfect condition, despite it's Recovered from 150.00
crude appearance, having been manufactured from a highly porous igneous host material. It Pershing Co., NV
has anciently ground incised lines running all around its circumference and a most unusual
incised "ridged pattern" to both ends. It's crude in its appearance, but that's really it's "charm"
as an ancient relic. I've never seen another which even remotely resembles this piece.
  Era: Developmental Phase - 700 to 1,600 years old
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Item: Type: Sioux Catlinite Pipe Provenance: Price
JFIP24 A very nice small, highly polished catlinite Pipe from the Sioux tribe which has a Found in South Dakota with no further information 750.00
slight nick to the edge of the bowl. It measures 1-1/4" long x 1-3/8" high and is recorded, other than the fact that it was on display at a
quite a scarce item, showing residue from it's actual use local bank in Chamberlain, South Dakota for many years
  Era: Reservation Period
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Item: Type: Sioux Catlinite Pipe Provenance: Price
JFIP25 A very nice small, highly polished catlinite Pipe from the Sioux tribe. It measures Found in South Dakota with no further information 250.00
just under 1-3/4" high by 7/8" wide at the top and 3/4" wide at the base. This is recorded, other than the fact that it was on display at a
quite a scarce item, and appears to have never been actually used local bank in Chamberlain, South Dakota for many years
  Era: Reservation Period
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Item: Type: Southwest Tube Pipe Provenance: Price
RPIP1 A VERY striking, and very rare dark brown and greenish-gray hematite Southwest Recovered near 1500.00
Tube Pipe. It has the typical, slight ancient nicking around the "loading" edge, but is Clovis, NM
otherwise in exquisite condition. I've seen these from California, but this is the first
one we've ever handled from the southwestern regions. Quite a piece of artwork
Era: Circa. 1500 B.P. Ex: Greg Perino

Item: Type: High Plains Elbow Pipe (Sioux/Crow) Provenance: Price
MAIP1 A very well formed and quite scarce black soapstone High Plains Elbow Undocumented, 425.00
Pipe in very good condition. This one has been attributed to either the from an old High
Sioux or Crow tribes and shows excellent manufacture and polish with  Plains collection
some slight ancient usage chipping/wear around the mouth piece and bowl
areas. It has a small vertical hole near the base of the bowl where it joins
the stem of the mouthpiece from a mis-drilled hole. (Dang shame after all
the effort which probably went into making this one up to that point!)

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