DescriptionA SIOUX PICTORIAL BEADED HIDE TOBACCO BAG
sinew sewn and lane-stitched in various shades of glass seed beads, one side with a pair of geometric devices, flanked on either side by columns of small American flags, the other with a pair of geometric tipis, a panel of quill-wrapped rawhide slats below, hide fringe along the bottom, with blue ribbon inscribed greater St. Louis Archaeological Society, First Place, Jefferson City Missouri, July 1993
Illustrated: Weidner, Len, "American Plains Indian Vests," Prehistoric Antiquities & Archaeological News Quarterly, vol. XII, no. 3, Summer 1992, p. 2.
Length: 33 inches overall
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