Lot 151    

Southern Plains Grass Dance Bandolier
10/5/2012 - American Indian Art: Live Salesroom Auction
leather strap pierced through with hide fringe; fringe decorated with clear green tubular beads and mescal beans, length 32 in.
ca 1900
Sold: $1,140.00
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