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Eskimo Sealskin Kayak
4/21/2011 - ONLINE American Indian & Western Art Timed Auction
sinew-sewn with wooden rower dressed in a canvas parka, length 24 in.
early 20th century


Condition:  
Kayak and oar has been painted brown; tip of oar is missing; couple small holes in boat hull.
Sold: $264.38
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