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Eskimo Carved Ivory Dog Sleds with Teams of Dogs,
2007, American Indian and Western Art, March 31
lot of 13, includes nine dogs of various sizes, average length 1.25"; AND four sleds, two with chain-link leads, length 2.5", 3.25", 2", and 1".

Provenance:  
Property of Western Reserve Historical Society


Condition:  
All with red inked accession numbers, some parts of chain broken.
Sold: $2,300.00
Price includes
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