Yes, this is another one from Mama's collection, probably from the 1920s. Quilt squares are 4"! Quilt measures 80" x 64". Imagine my surprise when I discovered the back is made from what appears to be four 100 pound feed sacks. I included some photos of the logos. If you have an "invert" function on a photo program, you should be able to read them. It has some minor stains, but overall in great condition considering the age. See photos for detail and condition.
Notes from AQS 1989 report: Size: 67x72” Fabric: Cotton Fugitive green faded to tan, antimony orange & rust Cotton Batting and trash. Indian Wedding Ring or Pickle Dish Maker’s name unknown. Quilted in quadruple rodding over open centers, four parallel lines over band pieced of 6 points each. Hand pieced with very good workmanship, Hand quilted with good workmanship, 6-7 stitches per inch. Coarse muslin lining. Binding of solid red. Date Made: c. 1860-80 found West Texas
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