Stone tobacco pipe, bowl only with carved illustration of moose on front, shallow line carvings of geometric designs on bowl, Micmac, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1850-1870
Bowl from a stone tobacco pipe, part of which carved in the shape of a moose's head, with other shallow line carvings of geometric designs, made by the Micmac people, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1850-1870
- Ethnography and Folk Medicine
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overall weight: x x , , .05kg
- tobacco pipes, tobacco pipes, ethnography (amerindian, woodland), smokiana (pipes), ethnography (amerindian, woodland), smokiana (pipes), tobacco pipe
- Loan: Wellcome Trust
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