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item is from the Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt Rivers founding collection
“This object was listed in the Delivery Catalogue as having been transferred from South Kensington Museum in 1884. It was delivered to Bethnal Green Museum in ?October 1878. It was probably displayed at Bethnal Green and/ or South Kensington Museum between 1878 - 1884.”?
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NW Coast Haida
Argillite Stone, Lead Metal, Wood Plant, Pigment
Carved, Decorated, Plugged, Drilled
British Columbia ?Vancouver Island ?Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands) NW Coast
This object was listed in the Delivery Catalogue as having been transferred from South Kensington Museum in 1884. It was delivered to Bethnal Green Museum in ?October 1878. It was probably displayed at Bethnal Green and/ or South Kensington Museum between 1878 - 1884.
Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt Rivers founding collection