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Standing Colima Dog, Protoclassic, 100 BC-AD 250, standing and looking ahead, mouth open with teeth bared, wide rounded belly, incised eyes, large pointed ears, and raised tail, painted in overall

Standing Colima Dog,

Lot:
4
Sold for:
$1,230
Betel Nut Mortar, Maprik, Papua New Guinea, late 19th/early 20th century, double ancestor figure motif, traces of original yellow, white, and blue pigments, with signs of extensive use inside the

Betel Nut Mortar,

Lot:
19
Sold for:
$492
Massim Wood Figure, Kiriwina, Papua New Guinea, c. 1900, with traces of lime pigment, dry dark overall patina, ht. 11 7/8 in.     Provenance:  John Friede Collection, Rye, New York, Harry Beran

Massim Wood Figure,

Lot:
20
Sold for:
$492
Washkuk Female Figure, Upper Sepik River, Papua New Guinea, early 20th century, with straight legs, cutout arms holding hips, long pendant breasts, and angular face, with deeply incised

Washkuk Female Figure,

Lot:
24
Sold for:
$1,476
Hardwood Simbai Shield, Madang Province, Papua New Guinea, 19th century, pre-contact, stone carved shield with fiber strap, 36 x 14 in.    Provenance:  A private Dutch collection.

Hardwood Simbai Shield,

Lot:
29
Sold for:
$1,230