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1870's Northern Plains Possible Bags

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1870's Northern Plains Possible Bags
A possible bags, also referred to as a Tipi (Tee Pee) bag. Constructed of native tanned hide and beaded in a classic Sioux banded pattern in red, green, white, yellow and blue with tin cone danglers with dyed horse-hair extensions. Created, circa 1870 by a Lakota Sioux. A Nomadic tribe, the Sioux are associated with areas of the great plains of the United States. Decorated with beading borders and stripes. In good condition. Moderate wear for age of bag. Measures 18 1/2" wide x 12" tall. N1060
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