Possibly Toltec. Square pottery stamp with one corner missing. Abstract monkey relief design appears on the stamp surface.
Gold bell with large emblem on 2 sides. Pink ribbon. From Shailand Temple.
Molded figure reclining on a footed slab with a band across the shoulders and a rectangular projection at either side of the head.
Tlatlico. Standing figure wearing neclace and hat with arms crossed on the chest. Two molded dots appear on the shoulders and three in the groin area.
Gray 'letter' inside piece an outer 'envelope' that is in 2 pieces, front and back. Babylonian.
Preclassic female full standing figure. Incised design. Molded and incised headdress appears around the head. Arms and legs end in small incised circles.
Bamboo quill brush pen with cap
Seated figure arms crossed over knees. No features, hands or feet. Molded piece encircles the head.
Mold-made standing female figure wearing a tall headdress and apron with pattern details.
Metal bell. Strand design, roughly tear-shaped with a stone or ceramic clapper in each.
Gold bell with crest emblem on top serving as handle.
Fragment. Pressed clay forms the full figure. Head, earrings, and headdress are still distinguishable.
Small full standing figure. Wearing pendant necklace, earrings, hat, apron, no feet or hands. Tail-like molding appears on back.
Whistle, standing round base birds, white with yellow, green, red, and black designs. From Doha, Mexico
Charles Greul color lithograph advertising print for Pacific NW coast Indian designs for totem designs on postcards and prints, Haida beaver totem pole designs
Rich God Mask (Cicifukugin). Molded with brown paper, painted features. Blue, red and gold hat, black eyes, eyebrows, hair and goatee. Red mouth.
Buddhist prayer beads. 28 inch length (71 cm) Coral dyed bone.
Molded whistle in form of a stylized bird.
Molded nude female figure wearing earrings, a pendant necklace, nose ring, and a three band leg ornament. Right leg broken off at hip.