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A NATIVE AMERICAN HEADDRESS
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A NATIVE AMERICAN HEADDRESS

CANADA, LATE 19TH CENTURY

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A NATIVE AMERICAN HEADDRESS
CANADA, LATE 19TH CENTURY
Ornamented with feathers and beadwork; together with various ornaments and weapons, inclcuding an African apron numbered 'II 472'
28 in. (71 cm.) long
Provenance
The following items from this lot were loaned to the Sudan Government Museum on 30 April 1918 under the following descriptions:
6. Lotuko apron; 10. Stick fighting shield, used to protect knuckles used in inter-village disputes where spears are banned.
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