Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery
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Fri, Nov 10, 2023 02:30PM EST - Fri, Nov 17, 2023 02:00PM EST
Lot 4

Child's Sioux or Cheyenne Beaded Leather Vest c. 1890s, 17" x 13" (DW1380)

Estimate: $1,600 - $3,000

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$0 $10
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$500,000 $50,000

Child's size Sioux or Cheyenne Beaded Leather Vest c. 1890s, 17" x 13" (DW1380)


This item is in very good condition. There is very minor bead loss, and slight wear to the leather. The leather is supple and flexible.

Overall Dimensions
Height: 17.00
Width: 13.00

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Ex private collection, Arizona. The owner inherited this item from his parents. His father acquired them in Billings, Montana during the 1930s. He owned a shoe store, and had survived the San Francisco earthquake in 1906.