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Pueblo (unknown group, New Mexico), Shield, pigment/rawhide, c. late 19th c  v: suchasensualdestroyer

Pueblo (unknown group, New Mexico), Shield, pigment/rawhide, c. late c v: suchasensualdestroyer

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Unknown 'Painted Hide Shield, With Stars (Acoma Pueblo), Cowhide, paint, and wood 23 inches

Native American:Weapons, Pueblo Buffalo Rawhide War Shield. Circa 1800. Diameter 23 in..This early, slightly convex war shield is composed o...

Pueblo Buffalo Rawhide War Shield Circa 1800 Diameter 23 in. This early, slightly convex war shield is composed - Available at 2006 September Pre-Columbian.

Unknown 'Painted Hide Shield (Jemez Pueblo)' Buffalo hide, paint, wood 20 1/2 inches

Unknown 'Painted Hide Shield (Jemez Pueblo)' Buffalo hide, paint, wood 20 1/2 inches

Native American:Weapons, Pueblo Buffalo Rawhide War Shield. Circa 1800. Diameter 14 in..This thick buffalo rawhide shield is finely painted with a... Image #1

Pueblo Buffalo Rawhide War Shield Circa 1800 Diameter 14 in. This thick buffalo rawhide shield is finely painted - Available at 2006 September Pre-Columbian.

Native American:Weapons, Pueblo Buffalo Rawhide War Shield. Circa 1800. Diameter 14 in..This thick buffalo rawhide shield is finely painted ...

Pueblo Buffalo Rawhide War Shield Circa 1800 Diameter 14 in. This thick buffalo rawhide shield is finely painted - Available at 2006 September Pre-Columbian.

Water Jar -  Culture: She-we-na (Zuni Pueblo), Native American. Medium: Ceramic, pigment. Dates: 1825-1850.

Water Jar - Culture: She-we-na (Zuni Pueblo), Native American. Dates: The age and patina on this ceramic is awesome.

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