MINT 1997 Authentic and Handmade NAVAJO Duster Coat, made by Anita Yellowhair. Purchased in 1997, at Anita's booth at the Mesa InterTribal Pow Wow. Each year Anita produced a limited number a special apparell items. This is a light duster coat. Coat measures about 45" long (neck to bottom), 25" shoulder to shoulder, 24" armpit to armpit and 19 1/2" sleeve to cuff. Approximately a size 10-12, if I was forced to guess. The back features a large Indian Headress. Sleeves and the bottom are decorated with Indians on horseback. A teepee and lightning bolt on the left chest, a buffalo and a shield on the right chest. Two large decorative silver buttons with leather strips at the waist. Coat needs to be dry cleaned and is NOT from a smoke-free environment. This item is from The Prop Source in St. Louis, Missouri. The Prop Source supplied props and costumes to photographers and stylists for photo and magazine shoots for t.v. shows and commercials, movies, parades, sporting and specialized events. The Prop Source has closed its doors forever but you can still own a piece of its history. Actual history of item is unavailable. Please see my other auctions for additional antique, military, Presidential and unique prop items. Please email any inquiries prior to bidding, THANKS!
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