This extremely rare and early pouch is one of only 6 examples known; this bag, 1 in the Museum fur Volkerkunde, Berlin, 1 in the British Museum, London, 2 in the Museum Quai Branly, Paris, and 1 in the Leiden Museum, The Netherlands.
Museum fur Volkerkunde, Berlin, Cat. No. IV.B.1 - See: Bolz, Peter and Sanner, Hans-Ulrich. Native American Art: The Collections of the Ethnological Museum Berlin. Berlin: G-Und-H-Verlag, 1999, pg. 52, pl. 35
The British Museum, London - See: King, J.C.H. First People, First Contacts. London: British Museum Press, 1999, pg 51, pl. 40 for a bag dated possibly to the 17th century and bearing the notation "Indian purse made by the Huron Savages of Canada with the crin or hair of the Orignac wch [sic] they dye with roots"