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#VM042 1920s Pendleton Indian Blanket Coat Robe Duster SOLD

Fantastic 1920s Pendleton Indian blanket coat. The Pendleton Woolen Mills of Oregon opened in 1909, producing Indian blankets. In time, the blankets were used to make robes and coats. This one is more like a coat or duster, with its celluloid buttons and three outside pockets. The casings around the pockets and collar and down the front are discolored and a little worn, and the second button from the top is missing, but the top button isn't usually used and could be moved down. There is a worn spot about 3/8" on the top right chest, close to where the button was, but no real holes anywhere. The label is nearly worn off and only a remnant can be seen. The coat measures approx. 18" across dropped shoulders, 45" chest, 47" at the widest part when buttoned, 22 1/2" outside sleeve length, and 49" long. A great coat and a rare find, for man or woman, it's in good wearable vintage condition.

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