Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery
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Fri, Aug 11, 2023 03:30PM EDT - Fri, Aug 18, 2023 03:00PM EDT
Lot 2

Pair of Wooden Figures: (1.) Dee Flagg (1922-1999) - Annie Oakley / (2.) Unknown Artist - Figure of Standing Man c. 1950s

Estimate: $350 - $500

Bid Increments

Price Bid Increment
$0 $10
$200 $25
$500 $50
$1,000 $100
$2,000 $250
$5,000 $500
$10,000 $1,000
$20,000 $2,000
$50,000 $5,000
$100,000 $10,000
$200,000 $25,000
$500,000 $50,000

Pair of Wooden Figures:

(1.) Dee Flagg (1922-1999) - Annie Oakley / (2.) Unknown Artist - Figure of Standing Man


Measurements/Description from left to right:

1.) 12" x 5" x 3.5". Very good condition, with slight surface wear. Includes an old tag with the artist's name on the bottom.

2.) 12.5" x 3" x 3". Unsigned. Good condition. There is slight surface wear and a repaired crack along the lower end of one of the legs of this figure. 

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The owner inherited this from her grandfather, James Turpen, the brother of Tobe Turpen Sr. who owned the Tobe Turpen Trading Post in Gallup, New Mexico in the 1920s. James Turpen was also a trader and ran a trading post on the South rim of the Grand Canyon during the 1930-40s.