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Antique 19th century Native American (Plains Indian) roach headdress made with dyed deer hair and porcupine guard hair on a u-shaped braided cloth with leather cords. Custom display stand is included. Dimensions (as shown on the stand) measure 18 ¾ H x 11 De 4 ½ W inches. Roach without stand measures approximately 14 ½ H x 3 De 8 ½ W inches.

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SparrowHawk Publishing Sewing Pattern Y004 Shawnee Moccasin Pattern condition: Uncut, factory folded, complete with instructions. ~ Item for sale is a sewing pattern, not finished moccasins ~ ** Please note: This pattern is available in 3 size groups: Small = 5-6-7, Medium = 8-9-10 and Large = 11-12-13. When making your purchase, select the appropriate size group using the measurements below. A very handsome and popular knee high moccasin! At least four variations possible. Slip on style…

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Coeur d'Alene tribe moccasins with very thin hide and beadwork. Fawn or antelope. Simple classic design. Neat display - shows use. Period: Last half of the 19th century Origin: Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Size: 9" Sole Native American, Beadwork, Moccasins, Soles, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, Tribe, CDA

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Plateau flat bag with two tiger swallow tails, flowers and leaves and a white background. Edged and backed in green stroud. Some faceted beads. Ex. Blakeley. Period: First quarter of the 20th century Origin: Plateau Size: 8" x 8". Native American, Beaded, Beadwork, Bag, Floral, Butterfly, Blue, Pink, Plateau Indian

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Arapaho beaded men’s moccasins of brain tanned deer skin with parfleche soles. Trunk piece, unused condition. Great display piece. Period: First quarter of the 20th century Origin: Arapaho Size: 10" x 4" W x 3" H Beadwork, Native American, Indian, Arapaho, Antique, Vintage, Moccasins.

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Sioux moccasins with buffalo hoof design, faceted beads in center stripe, soft soles. 11" smoke tanned buckskin; trunk piece, never used. Never been walked on. These moccasins were a trunk piece collected by an archeologist. We acquired from his son. They are brain/smoke tanned and sinew sewn. Definitely Sioux. First quarter 20th Century however that is difficult to confirm so we noted first half 20th Century. The beads are 19th Century. Period: First half of the 20th century. Origin: Sioux…

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Buffalo Leather This is a nice, golden tan colored buffalo (American Bison) leather split. A split is a hide that is suede on both sides. It measures 4 square feet, is 3-5 oz. in weight (thickness) and is pliable. There is a load of great leather here for your Native American, SASS, SCA, and other projects. It will be great for making bags, moccasins, purses, jewelry, and much more. This is a craft grade hide so some thinner areas, blemishes, weight variation, etc. is possible. Not sure if…

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19th century vintage Native American (Plains Indian) Parfleche container in an envelope form, finely painted circa 1875-1900 in an abstract design with red, green, blue and yellow by a North American Indian artist of the Crow Tribe. Makes a stunning wall hanging or can be placed on a shelf or Stand either horizontally or vertically. The Crow, or Apsáalooke people, originally lived in the Great Lakes region in the Ohio Territory and moved westward settling in the Great Plains of Dakota…

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Buffalo Leather This is a BIG, full grain, dark chocolate colored, buffalo calf leather hide. It measures 16 3/4 square feet, is 7-8 oz. in weight (thickness), has a gorgeous pebble grain, and is pliable. There is a load of great leather here for your Native American, black powder, SASS, SCA, and other projects. It will be great for making archery quivers, bow cases, scabbards, buckskin clothing items, moccasins, shooting bags, purses, and much more. Like all natural animal hides, some small…

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