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A model totem pole model depicting a bear with a human head and holding a copper, and a thunderbird on top (missing a wing). The bear's black eyes are surrounded by a mint green area with black brows above, a red nose, and a red mouth with teeth. The bear's body is painted mostly black. The human head above the copper is painted with black eyes that are surrounded by a mint green area with black brows, a red mouth, a black moustache, and a red curvi-linear line that has "spikes" along the upper side. The copper that the bear is holding is painted with an upper section that has a circular face with its black eyes surrounded by a mint green area with black brows above and a red mouth. This face has a six-pointed red sun-like-shaped outline around it. The lower section of the copper is painted black with three double-pairs of upward pointing arrows with a vertical line down the middle. The thunderbird's black eyes are surrounded by a mint green area with black brows above and a red lined beak. The upswept inserted wings each have six feather sections painted dark green and red outlined with black.

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