Indigenous Canadian jacket turns up at Barnsley vintage store
A jacket believed to be more than 170 years old has turned up in a vintage store in Barnsley.
The rare example of clothing made by Indigenous Canadians is thought to date from the 1850s.
Vintage seller Glass Onion, which has a large warehouse in the town, said staff were amazed to come across the find.
It was brought to the UK in a clothing bale from the USA.
Alice Leadbetter, from Glass Onion, said she hoped to reunite the jacket with the community that made it.
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