Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery
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Lot 141

Navajo Tree of Life Pictorial c. 1970-80s, 46" x 27.5" (T6304)

Estimate: $350 - $550

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Navajo Tree of Life Pictorial c. 1970-80s, 46" x 27.5" 


Very good condition: minor color transfer at the upper/middle section of the border only, see photographs.

Overall Dimensions
Height: 46.00
Width: 27.50

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Ex collection of Jack and Mavis Fowler, owners of Jack's Indian Trading Post in Whiteriver, Arizona on the White Mountain Apache Reservation. The trading post was established in the early 1900s and is still standing today, though it is no longer in use.