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Medicine bag or pouch made of deer skin, with beadwork decoration to the top flap and body consisting of geometric designs in various colours. The flap and bottom of the pouch are fringed with numerous 'tinklers' made of rolled strips of thin steel. The flap is fastened with a deer skin thong.
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Height: 37 centimetres (Including thong)
Width: 13.50 centimetres
Depth: 2.50 centimetres
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- Acquisition notes
- A length of Stroud cloth, valued at approximately £100, was given to Louis Soop as a gift by Jonathan King; the feather, medicine pouch and contents were given as a reciprocal gesture by Louis Soop.
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