PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF MR. JASON PITSCH.
For generations the Pitsch family has owned and cultivated the largest private portion of land at the Little Big Horn battlefield. Comprising what was the southern end of the Sioux camp, this historic land was the sight of Major Reno's attack on Sitting Bull and most of the American Indian tipis. Eleven years ago, Jason embarked on an ongoing journey to discover, record, and document artifacts recovered from this famous battlefield. Jason Pitsch's collection became so historically important that he decided to open a museum and share his findings with the public. The Reno Battlefield Museum is located in the town of Garryowen, Montana, and is home to Jason's discoveries.
Each of the following lots are offered with a certificate of authenticity from Mr. Jason Pitsch.