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The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe
Cow bone hair pipes, six (6) sections with up 11 hair pipes in top 4 sections, and 29 in lower 2 sections. Top four (4) sections are separated in middle to allow room to be placed over head. All pipes strung vertically on tanned hide strips, heavy tanned hide separating sections. Blue and green glass tubes beads strung on cotton thread into a woven pattern for top neck tie, green/red multi-colored beads intermixed, tied off with teal ribbon at back of neck. 3" dia. shell at top of 5th section. Tanned hide strips on bottom have five (5) U.S. pennies tied on, dated "1905." 11 ½" W piece of rawhide attached to bottom of necklace, embellished with red, purple and cream dyed geometric design porcupine quills wrapped over rawhide sections, finished with satin ribbon on top of rawhide piece, each strip finished with metal cone with purple feather fluff.