This really scarce drawstring kid leather marble bag is identified as a 1933 Century of Progress Chicago Exhibition collectible. The bag has the identifying Chief Indian (Native American) head bust with "Marbles" underneath.; It is in really nice shape with a minor stain in the lower right corner as pictured. The majority of the marbles are Akro Agate with one swirl and some "clears" or "Pearls" (mono color) Most are corkscrew Akro Agate and some are pretty scarce from my research. They came from an Oregon estate. The marbles are in really nice overall condition as pictured also. If you have any questions, please let us know.
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