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Lot 111 NORTHWEST COAST POLYCHROME WOOD HEADDRESS | Collection of Adelaide DeMenil and Edmund Carpenter Sotheby's 22 May 2013

Lot 111 NORTHWEST COAST POLYCHROME WOOD HEADDRESS | Collection of Adelaide DeMenil and Edmund Carpenter Sotheby's 22 May 2013

Tlingit warrior helmet, this piece is of a very sculptural human face has black,red,blue green pigment, once had human hair flowing from the top of its head and animal fur facial hare, the backside of its dome is carved and painted with red formline. these photos were taken in the Natural History Museum collection facility in Suitland MD and is now on exhibit at the Anchorage AK museum. via Tommy Joseph FB

Tlingit warrior helmet, this piece is of a very sculptural human face has black,red,blue green pigment, once had human hair flowing from the top of its head and animal fur facial hare, the backside of its dome is carved and painted with red formline. these photos were taken in the Natural History Museum collection facility in Suitland MD and is now on exhibit at the Anchorage AK museum. via Tommy Joseph FB

Cowan's Auctions: The Midwest's Most Trusted Auction House / Antiques / Fine Art / Art Appraisals

Cowan's Auctions: The Midwest's Most Trusted Auction House / Antiques / Fine Art / Art Appraisals

Carved and painted bentwood box - detail Field Museum, Chicago

Northwest Coast Totem Poles - Picture of The Field Museum, Chicago - TripAdvisor

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This house post was inside naagi k’aydanggans,“ house chiefs peeped at from a distance,” owned by one of the Chiefs Skidegate. It was collected by anthropologist James Deans in 1892 a…

Tlingit headress, wood carved frontlet of a hawklike supernatural being that looks to be holding the cresent moon in eclips. Has the traditional black, red, blue green pains with abalone inlay. U Penn museum. via Tommy Joseph FB

Tlingit headress, wood carved frontlet of a hawklike supernatural being that looks to be holding the cresent moon in eclips. Has the traditional black, red, blue green pains with abalone inlay. U Penn museum. via Tommy Joseph FB