|Title:||J. L. Snodgrass 'Cheyenne' Bronze Sculpture|
|Condition:||This item has no damage on it, although the owner engraved in his drivers license on the inside of the sculpture. He was advised to do so by the police. See pictures.|
|Origin:||This lovely bronze piece was bought from a gallery in Boise, Idaho in 1991. It is the head and part of the shawl of a Native Indian man. He is wearing a hair adornment and three strings of a beaded necklace. The facial features are very fine, full of pride and emotion. The face and neck are in a lighter shade than the rest of the piece.|
|Appraised By:||Bianca Nakovics Nakovics|
|Appraiser Comments:||Jerry L. Snodgrass (1929-) Idaho, USA is a listed artist. He's known for sculptures of Western and Native American figures. His auction records for a piece close to this in size and style range between $1900-$2500. For insurance purposes I would recommend contacting a local certified appraiser. This is a beautiful bronze sculpture, thank you for bringing to this site. (This appraisal is based on the images and information provided by the customer, the item has not been physically examined. It is going on the assumption that all submissions are accurate and true.)|
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