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Sale 289 Lot 364
Sold for US$350

Native American quilled and beaded skullcracker club Central Plains, late 19th century, reddish-brown potato-form stone adorned with quilled-wrapped rawhide, slats, horsehair and tin cone suspensions, rawhide-wrapped wood handle; L18"

Provenance: Millicent Rogers
Estate of Arturo Peralta Ramos II
Estimate $ 400-600

Condition statement: scattered quilled loss, hide splits, and bead loss, loss of handle length

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