Lot 32    

Charles A. Zimmerman Stereoview of Mah-we-do-ke-Shick (Spirit of the Skies), Chippewa Chief, Very Brave,
2007, Western & Historic Americana, Dec 6th and 7th
on regular-sized yellow mount with his St. Paul imprint. He wears a Hudson Bay blanet,a wool cloth hood with bead edging, and around his neck an early style bandolier bag with a finger woven yarn and bead pouch. He holds a Great Lakes style steatite pipe.

Condition:  
Light soiling on mount, light tones.
Sold: $431.25
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