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Early 20th C. Papua New Guinea Wood Female
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Early 20th C. Papua New Guinea Wood Female Nokwi Figure: Oceania, Papua New Guinea, East Sepik Province, Washkuk Hills, Kwoma people, ca. mid 20th century...

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