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Museum quality reproductions

The war shirt of the Lakota Chief Red Cloud. It is now in the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyoming.

Would you like to have Rain in the moccasins, Sitting Bull leggings or a war shirt belonging to Red Cloud? A quiver with the bow and arrows of Chief Four Bears, or an Indian knife with an embroidered sheath that has passed through the heat of the Battle of the Little Bighorn?

Such rare originals can be found behind museum display cases or in private collections. Their price is often in the tens or hundreds of thousands dollars, so they are unaffordable for the average person.

In contrast, the price of authentic museum-quality reproductions is only a fraction compared to the originals, so almost anyone can mine them. So you don’t have to admire Indian artefacts Museums, you can create a private collection at home in your living room.

I offer the making of authentic reproductions of Great Plains Indian items from the period of the Indian Wars, fur trappers and the settlement of the American West. All museum quality and indistinguishable from the originals.

Museum quality replica of a war shirt of the Crow tribe from 1840.

Museum quality

A war shirt of the Blackfoot tribe from around 1830.

Museum quality Indian reproductions are made to be as close to the period originals as possible. Ideally, it should be impossible to tell whether it is an original or a replica.

This means using the same techniques and materials as the American Indians of the 18th and 19th centuries. Also, the tribal patterns, dimensions and proportions of the products must be perfectly preserved. Of course, a sensitive patina is also essential to make the products look used and 200 years old.

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