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Three horn spoons. A: Back of bowl carved as well as handle. Bowl attached by copper rivets.B: The dark spoon has a decorated handle with a curved bowl afixed to the base of the handle by two small rivets (Alaska 1892). The handle is composed of possibly a human figure (the head as been broken off) holding a spear-like object. This figure is standing on a frog which in turn is seated on the head of a beaver. The beaver has a chewing stick between its teeth, a tail which extends behind the bowl. C: Has two lines of hatching running along bowl inside. handle short (' Ukon, Klondike' ); Good


The spoon 1944.53 is noted as also accession as Z 14928 B and was given by Lady Smith Woodward and there seem to be confusion over the re-numbering of this object

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