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ANTIQUE NORTHWEST COAST CARVED WOODEN FIGURE,
© JAMES D. JULIA, Inc., Fairfield, Maine, USA

ANTIQUE NORTHWEST COAST CARVED WOODEN FIGURE, TLINGIT, 19TH CENTURY. Long beaked avian figure with frog held in tip of beak. Character of surface carved,... [this item is NOT for sale]


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