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Long narrow carved box (part a) with lid (part b). Lid extends out from box, and has rounded, slightly beveled edges and rounded top. A long rectanglular incised line is the only decorative element on lid. Two carved and painted end pieces set between side panels and nailed. Outside long panels are also carved and painted. Designs on long panels are similar: bear at center, flanked by mirror images of salmon-trout head, U forms and split u, ovoids, and cross hatching in upper corners. One side also has long feathers represented at ends, and an ovoid on each side of the bear with hatching. One short side has side profile of bear (?) and U form. Colours are blue, red, and black.

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