Page:Folk-lore - A Quarterly Review. Volume 14, 1903.djvu/80

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Plate II.


In the Collection of Mr. E. Lovett.

A. From New Guinea, with heads of Frigate-bird.

B. New Guinea. (Both of these are of shell.)

C. New Guinea. (Two tusks and a string of shell discs.)

D. Old Dutch Military Gorget.

E & F. Brass Crescent Charms common on London Cart-horse.

To face page 65.