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Avery Research Center Artifact Collection

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Currency
Currency Two dollar bill issued by the Bank of South Carolina, payable on demand at their office in Charleston.
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Andirons
Andirons One pair of cast iron andirons, each with a shaped log nest. Origin unknown.
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Border tiles
Border tiles Salt-glazed border tiles made from kiln-fired red clay, used to line walkways and gardens. Made by slave labor on a plantation near Hickory Hill, South Carolina. Four tiles exist in the collection, two of each shown here.
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Wooden mask
Wooden mask Wooden mask with both human and animal characteristics. Origin Guro people of Cote d'Ivoire.
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Confederate greenback
Confederate greenback Five dollar Confederate greenback issued on February 17, 1864 and redeemable two years after the ratification of a treaty of peace between the Confederate States of America and the United States of America. Printed by Evans & Cogswell in Charleston, South Carolina and engraved by Keatinge & Ball of Columbia, South Carolina.
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Confederate greenback
Confederate greenback Ten dollar Confederate greenback issued on February 17, 1864 and redeemable two years after the ratification of a treaty of peace between the Confederate States of America and the United States of America. Printed by Evans & Cogswell in Charleston, South Carolina and engraved by Keatinge & Ball of Columbia, South Carolina.
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Wooden statuette
Wooden statuette Male wooden statuette holding an animal and a rifle, smoking a pipe. Origin Togo.
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Wooden statuette
Wooden statuette Male wooden statuette holding a club and an oar, smoking a pipe. Origin Togo.
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Six pieces of African money
Six pieces of African money Six pieces of currency in the form of a tool or pendant. Origin Tuareg people of Niger.
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Metal cross
Metal cross Processional cross designed to be worn on a staff. One side depicts a figure holding a Bible, and the other depicts the the Virgin and Child. Origin Ethiopia.
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Lady Ann (Kenya)
Lady Ann (Kenya) Smoothly finished art pottery piece with predominantly orange and green coloration. Contains a decorative jar and stopper.
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Wooden pestle
Wooden pestle Wooden pestle with flat top, rounded base, and design around the center; origin Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mbo people.
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Carved wooden figure
Carved wooden figure Wooden male fetish figure, hands joined together under chin, helmet-like head covering, rectangular box cut into center; origin Epulu, Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).
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Wooden nkumbi stool
Wooden nkumbi stool Wooden stool used in nkumbi initiation graduation; open square carved through center; origin Mangbetu people of the Ituri rainforest.
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Wood and metal mask
Wood and metal mask Wooden and metal mask from the Marka people used in circumcision rituals. Origin Mali.
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Wooden mask
Wooden mask Wooden ceremonial mask made for the Bwadi ya Kifwebe association, a group that polices social behavior and neutralizes disruptive elements within the Luba people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The masks are worn in a variety of ceremonies.
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Wooden stool
Wooden stool Wooden chief's stool decorated with four broad supports, each with two female figures, hands clasped over the stomach. The wood surface is treated with a white coloring agent. Origin Dogon people of Mali.