1920's signed American Indian sculpture on Agate sliced geode Chief Indian Badland Tourist piece

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This is the most detailed miniature sculpture I have seen  in a long time. Made of mixed metals like copper and silver, it is signed C. Julian on the back. He stands on a sliced picture agate geode from the badlands that measures 4" long. I  was told that the geode was from the same mountain the metal for the indian came from .   In this day and time It is highly discouraged to take the geodes out of the area. You can own this piece of history because it was made by the Indians and sold as a tourist piece in the 20's from the area of Custer's last stand .Probably sold right there in the battlefield.  This fabulous old warrior carries a feather ceremonial spear and wears a Chief's  Indian feather headdress. In great shape, he is a wonderful representation of the American Indian. THis has really good weight to  since the slab is so thick.       VintageSparkles offers Layaway on all our  pieces regardless of which site it comes from.All layaway payments will need to be in the form of a check or money order only.  Please remember that vintage & antique items are not mint, nor are they perfect but they sure are full of old history and charm. Please use photos to make your decisions and read our policies prior to buying so you can have an excellent experience with us.    Please use this number when ordering lnc3725 If you want to see more of these pretties this is the link to my etsy store. http://www.vintagesparkles.etsy.com/

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Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
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