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Lehman Duval 63 Lithographs 1835 Aboriginal Portfolio



$45,000.00 USD

J.O. Lewis Philadelphia 1835-1836






This offering is  for 63  lithographs  from  an Antique Early 1835 Aboriginal Portfolio Book of Indian Chiefs Lithographs published by Lehman & Duval of Philadelphia. The lithographs were done by J.O. Lewis, he hand painted these images at Treaties that were signed with the US.  Each one is of historical significance as it signifies what Indian Chiefs were at the treaties. This is the rarest native American group of lithographs ever published. This  collection  is  for  63 of the original 72. These are beautiful lithographs and the colors are well preserved.

We  have  been  able  to  find  individual  lithographs  from  this  collection  that sell  for   prices  from $300  to  $1,500  each  depending  on the   subject.  We  would  like  to  keep these  together   and  sell  as   one  group if there is a  market  for them. Complete  books of  72  sell  in  the  $100,000  to  $160,000  range. These  lithographs  need  restoration, as  can be seen in the photos.We have taken pictures of each of the 63 that we have. Please see see links below to view them. There is some  mildew  and waterstaining. Please carefully look at the condition. These are in original condition.  The lithographs measure 17 3/4 Tall, 10 3/4" width. There are some rips and tears- most are on the edges  and can be   trimmed.

We   do  not  know   what the  value  of  such a  large  collection of these  are-  and  are  very interested  in  receiving   any information  you  may  have on these. We  are  interested  in  offers  and  are  happy to  provide  any additional  pictures  or  information. We have taken  care  to show both the beauty of the color  and  the  conditions  which will require repair. If you  would like to see these in person we are  happy to arrange viewings.  We  are  located  on Cape Cod  Massachusetts-  a wonderful place for a  summer  trip. Please contact us with questions.



1) A Miami Chief
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2) Owanich Koh or Little Elk, Winnebago Chief
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3) Miaqua A Miami Chief
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4) Weesh-Cub or Sweet, A noted Chippeway Chief
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5) Na-She-Mung-Ga, A Miami Chief
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6) At- Te-Con- Se or Young Rein Deer, A Chippeway Chief
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7) Nabu-Naa-Kee-Shick or The one side of the sky, A Chippeway
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8) Wa-Kaun or Snake, A Winnebago Chief
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9) Mauck-Coo Maun, A Celebrated Ioway Chief
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10) Mo-Wan-Za or The Little Wolf,  A Maimi Chief
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11) Francis Godfroy, A Celebrated Chief among the Miami Half French Half Miami
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12) Pe-Che-Co, A Pottowattomie Chief
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13) Shing-Gaa-Ba Wosin or Figured Stone, A Chippeway Chief
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14) Wa-EM-Boesh-KAA, A Chippeway Chief
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15) A Celebrated, Ottawa Chief
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16) Too-Sha-Na-Gan-Ka or the Little Otter, A Winnebago Chief
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17) Tens-Qua-Ta-Wa The one that opens the door, Shawnese Prophet, Brother of Tecumthe
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18) Ash-E-Taa-Na-Quet, A celebrated Chippeway Chief
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19) Pe-Schick-Ee, A celebrated Chippeway Chief
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20) Ker-O-Menee, A Celebrated Winnebago Chief
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21) A Winnebago Squaw, wife of O-Check-Ka or four Legs
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22) Na-Mas Little Sturgeon, A Chippeway Chief
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23) O-Check-Ka or Four Legs Head Chief of the Winnebago on Lake Michigan
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24) Caw-Taa-Waa-Be-Ta or Snagled Tooth, A Chippewa Chief
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25) Caa-Taa-Ke-Mung-Ga or Speckled Loon, A Miami Chief
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26) Kaa-Nun-Der-Waaguinse-Zoo or The Berry Picker, A Famous Chippewa Chief
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27) Cut-Taa-Tas-Tia, Celebrated Chief of the Fox Tribe
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28) A Young Miami Chief
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29) Kitch-Ee-I-AA-BA or The Big Buck, A Chippewa Chief
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30) The Little Crow, A Celebrated Sioux Chief
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31) Nah-Shaw-A-Gaa The White Dogs Son, A Pottawatomie Chief
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 32) She-Sheba The Little Duck, A Celebrated Winnebago Chief
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33) Me-N0-Quet, A Distinguished Pottowattomie Chief
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34) Ma-Che-Ka-Kat or Bad Hawk, A Menomonie Chief
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35) Sioux Chief
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36) Ma-Ko-Me-Ta or Bears Oil, A Monomonie Chief
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37) Chat-O-Nis-See, A Pottowaittomie Chief
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38) Richardville, The head Cief of the Miami tribe of Indians
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39) Tshu-Gue-Ga, A Celebrated Chief half Winnebago and half French
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40) Shoonk-Chunk The Black Wolf, A Winnebago Chief
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41) Jack-O-Pa Six, A Chippeway Chief
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42) Waa-Bin-De=Ba White Headed Eagle, A Chippeway Chief
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 43) Waa-Ba-Shaw, A Celebrated Sioux Chief
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44) Sun-A-Get Hard Times, A Pottawatomie Chief
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45) Chippeway Squaws
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46) Mish-Sha-Quat The Clear Sky, A Chippeway Chief
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47) Kee-Me-One Rain, A Chippeway Chief
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48) A Chippeway Squaw and Child
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49) O-Hya-Wa-Nim-Ce-Kee or Yellow Thunder, A Chippeway Chief
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50) Ke-Wa-Din or Northwind, A Chippeway Chief
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51) Ta-Ma-Kake-Toke Women that spoke First, A Chippeway Squaw (mourning)
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52) O-Che-Na--Shink-Kaa The man that stands and strikes, A winnebago Chief
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53) Men-Dow-Min The Corn A Chippewa Dwarf
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54) Pe-A-Jick A Chippewa Chief
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55) The Son A Miami Chief
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56) Pach-E Po A Pottowattomie Chief Son of Me-One-Me
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57) Waa-Kuan-See-Kaa or Rattle Snake A Winnebago Chief
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58) Pen-Now-We-Ta, A Miami Chief
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59) Com-No-Sa-Qua, A Pottowattomie Chief
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60) Wadt-He-Doo-Kaana,  Chief of the Winnebago
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61) Waa-Top-E-Not, Eagles Bed A Fox , this is ripped in half.
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62) Cha-Co-To A Pottawatomie Chief
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 63) Mac-Cut-I-Mish-E-Ca-Cu-Cac Black Hawk,  A Celebrated Sae Chief
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