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Avery Research Center Artifact Collection

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201.
Musical instrument
Musical instrument Pelt-covered percussion instrument. Origin Togo.
202.
Nuts
Nuts Bag of approximately 75 nuts of unknown variety. Origin Togo.
203.
Stones
Stones Three round stones. Origin Togo.
204.
Amulets
Amulets Three charms to ward off evil in the form of reptilian amulets. Origin Togo.
205.
Knife
Knife Carved wooden knife. Origin Togo
206.
Metal button
Metal button White "I love Togo" button with a heart. Printed on side is "Buttons by Infinity." Probably acquired in Charlotte, North Carolina.
207.
Musical instrument
Musical instrument Metal bell-shaped percussion instrument. Origin Togo.
208.
Wooden spear
Wooden spear Wooden spear; origin Togo.
209.
Wooden spear
Wooden spear Wooden spear; origin Togo.
210.
Wooden spear
Wooden spear Wooden spear; origin Togo.
211.
Buttons of John Brown's raiders
Buttons of John Brown's raiders Three bone buttons acquired from the bodies of John Brown's raiders. The bodies were reinterred at the John Brown Farm in North Elba, New York in 1899. Mounted and framed with a caricature of John Brown.
212.
Jewelry
Jewelry Anklet or bracelet with incised geometric decoration. Origin Tuareg people of Niger.
213.
Currency
Currency Currency in the form of a heavy hemispherical bangle with beveled edges. Created with puddle mold method of casting. Origin Bambole, Bayele, and Balengo people of the Mbole region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).
214.
Metal bracelet
Metal bracelet Bracelet with incised geometric decoration. Origin Cross River region of western Africa.
215.
Currency
Currency Metal coil currency. Origin Igbo people of Nigeria.
216.
Plaque
Plaque Plaque in high relief depicting two warrior-like figures carrying weapons. Origin Nigeria or Benin.
217.
Currency
Currency Currency in the form of an anklet in high relief. Created with puddle mold method of casting. Origin Ekonda people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).
218.
Metal bracelet
Metal bracelet Bracelet with incised concentric ring motif. Origin Baule or Akan people of Cote d'Ivoire and Ghana.
219.
Currency
Currency Bracelet with stamped geometric decoration, used as currency. Origin Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).
220.
Wooden bowl
Wooden bowl Carved wooden bowl with depictions of flora and fauna. Origin eastern Africa.