Lot 7    

Greenland Eskimo Ivory Tupilak
9/9/2011 - American Indian and Western Art
four-legged creature with skeletal, ribbed snout, and open mouth; baleen eyes, length 4.5 in.
second quarter 20th century


Condition:  
Excellent.
Sold: $600.00
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