The lot features an excellent circa 1870’s porcupine quilled and beaded hide tipi possible bag from the Sioux Native American Indians. The bag shows an Indian tanned hide material with sinew sewing having all traditional geometric patterns of early period correct 1800’s glass trade seed cen beads alogn with natural pigment dyed porcupine quill quillwork. The bag shows a linear pattern with red dyed porcupine quillwork with natural sections holding red feather plumes along with fringe hide ties being fully covered in quillwork. The top hide flap shows a section of beadwork in chalk white, greasy yellow, greasy green and cobalt all being sinew sewn. The sides each show a section of beadwork in red white heart, chalk white, cobalt and greasy yellow. The top right corner of the bag shows some loss to the hide from honest age as the piece is approximately 150 years old. Provenance: From a large Western Cowboy and American Indian collection in Dayton, Wyoming. Measures overall 21”x14” with additional 10” in fringe and ties.