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Tlingit armor made of walrus hide and Chinese coins.

Tlingit armor made of walrus hide and Chinese coins.

Combat Dagger Tlingit | Northwest Coast of North America | 47 cm (19 1/2 inches) | Sculptures, Statues & Figures, ceremonial & ritual items | Christie's

Combat Dagger Tlingit | Northwest Coast of North America | 47 cm (19 1/2 inches) | Sculptures, Statues & Figures, ceremonial & ritual items | Christie's

NORTHWEST COAST BONE CLUB WITH ABALONE DECORATION

NORTHWEST COAST BONE CLUB WITH ABALONE DECORATION

Kunstkamera tlingit - Google Search

Kunstkamera tlingit - Google Search

Highly important and rare, very finely modeled Chinese early Tang Dynasty, painted pottery figure; of a well-armored, bearded soldier standing upon a demon; and atop a raised pedestal base; showing much remaining pigments; H: 47"

Highly important and rare, very finely modeled Chinese early Tang Dynasty, painted pottery figure; of a well-armored, bearded soldier standing upon a demon; and atop a raised pedestal base; showing much remaining pigments; H: 47"

Chinese armor

Chinese armor

Native american (Sitka Alaska) Tlingit leather war dress plated with Chinese coins. The Tlingit received Chinese coins in trade from Boston sea merchants in exchange for sea otter pelts.  Chinese coins were used as currency during the Qing dynasty. Most were minted in the Shunzhi (1644–62), Kangxi (1662–1723), and Yongzheng (1723–36) eras, as identified by their reign marks.

Native american (Sitka Alaska) Tlingit leather war dress plated with Chinese coins. The Tlingit received Chinese coins in trade from Boston sea merchants in exchange for sea otter pelts. Chinese coins were used as currency during the Qing dynasty. Most were minted in the Shunzhi (1644–62), Kangxi (1662–1723), and Yongzheng (1723–36) eras, as identified by their reign marks.

Native american (Sitka Alaska) Tlingit leather war dress plated with Chinese coins. The Tlingit received Chinese coins in trade from Boston sea merchants in exchange for sea otter pelts. Chinese coins were used as currency during the Qing dynasty. Most were minted in the Shunzhi (1644–62), Kangxi (1662–1723), and Yongzheng (1723–36) eras, as identified by their reign marks.

Native american (Sitka Alaska) Tlingit leather war dress plated with Chinese coins. The Tlingit received Chinese coins in trade from Boston sea merchants in exchange for sea otter pelts. Chinese coins were used as currency during the Qing dynasty. Most were minted in the Shunzhi (1644–62), Kangxi (1662–1723), and Yongzheng (1723–36) eras, as identified by their reign marks.

Native american (Sitka Alaska) Tlingit leather war dress plated with Chinese coins. The Tlingit received Chinese coins in trade from Boston sea merchants in exchange for sea otter pelts. Hall of Northwest Coast Indians American Museum of Natural History. Chinese coins were used as currency during the Qing dynasty. Most were minted in the Shunzhi (1644–62), Kangxi (1662–1723), and Yongzheng (1723–36) eras, as identified by their reign marks.

Native american (Sitka Alaska) Tlingit leather war dress plated with Chinese coins. The Tlingit received Chinese coins in trade from Boston sea merchants in exchange for sea otter pelts. Hall of Northwest Coast Indians American Museum of Natural History. Chinese coins were used as currency during the Qing dynasty. Most were minted in the Shunzhi (1644–62), Kangxi (1662–1723), and Yongzheng (1723–36) eras, as identified by their reign marks.

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