New York, East
28 November 2000
A HAIDA WOODEN MODEL COPPER
of classic shield form with flared top, tapered waist and slightly flared body, the front, decorated with red and black formline depicting stylized avian motifs, raised T-shaped mid rib and black painted ribs at bottom, the reverse, inscribed, "Presented by John Beatty, Hydaberg, Alaska," and "Stanford Museum Palo Alto - Ca 8624"
Length: 14 in. (35.5 cm.)
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This model copper was deaccessioned in 1994 from the Stanford Museum, now the Iris Cantor Center for the Visual Arts, Palo Alto.
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