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Large Chancay Wooden Scepter

A hansom and large Chancay wooden scepter/staff. Made from light wood (Alder tree) that measures 21" in length. Iconic homogeneous face finial.

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Pre-Columbian Art For Sale

We provide quality pre-columbian art for sale. Galeria Contici specializes in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, South America, and Central America artifacts.

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Inca Serpentine Stone Axe

A dark green "T-shaped" Serpentine Inca stone axe. Polished on both sides with perforation hole. One side of the stone has been cleaned by the prior owner.

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Inca Axe Blades c. 1400 A.D.

A pair of heavy ornamental bronze circular axe blades with irregular form. Both are cast and hammered on the cutting edge. One has a crescent-shaped blade...

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Inca Bronze Jaguar Tumi

An excellent Inca bronze tumi with complete Jaguar.  This ceremonial knife has a short, thick handle and a rarer oval-shaped Half-moon gilded blade.

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Paracas Copper Short Spear

Paracas Copper Short Spear. This extraordinary bi-point artifact is uniquely shaped and bears iconographic importance. It is produced from native copper,

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Paracas Wood, Stone and Feather Club

An exceptional Paracas wooden club. One of the hardest items to come by intact from this region with these outstanding features. The wood handle is probably

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Olmec Baby Figure c. 1200 – 400 BC

This gorgeous white-cream Olmec baby figure is hollow. It belongs to a subset of artifacts and represents the Olmec class of human “baby-face” figures.

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Guanacaste-Nicoya Jade Bird-Celt Pendant

Bird celt with a smoothly flowing shape sets off admirably the quality of the stone and its polish. Gorgeous pale sea-green jade with veins of white. Rounded...

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Nicoya Teeth, Stone and Shell Choker

A gorgeous, colorful, short choker from ancient Costa Rica. The centered light-colored tube stone is surrounded by six Tigrillo canines on both sides...

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Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture

A 5-volume set spans the centuries from the earliest civilizations of the Olmec, Maya, and Chavin to the present day. The region is broadly defined to include

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Mayan Stone Skull c. 650 A.D.

The pre-Columbian Mayan stone skull is a rare and highly significant artifact from the Maya culture of Mesoamerica. The Maya civilization was renowned...

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