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Chippewa and Potawatomi Loom Beaded Belts
8/18/2014 - American Indian: Timed Online Auction
lot of 2, includes a Chippewa loom beaded beaded belt, lined with cotton and having ribbon ties, length 38.75 in.: PLUS a Potawatomi loom beaded belt; backed with cotton and with two loop hooks attached to outside; no buckle, length 34.75 in.
late 19th century


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