Lot 489    

American Indian Weekly Ration Ticket,
2007, American Indian and Western Art, March 31
dated 1884 and with Bull 66 written on the reverse. Ticket is punched demonstrating use and is good for 10 people, however ticket does not list Agency, Tribe, or Band, length 3.25" x width 1.25". Paper ticket with green twisted cord through hole. For similar ticket see (Painter 1991:60,610)

Condition:  
expected wear demonstrated by punches, but very good.
Sold: $517.50
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