Another recent acquisition is this fine, old Ramu River shield. One of a very few pieces I found through my Vancouver newspaper ad campaign. It was collected in the mid 1960s by a Canadian in New Guinea on a caving expedition. The shield is unusual for both having a nice graphic design and the cane waist band intact. In addition there are a couple arrow points still embedded in the front showing this shield has served its purpose in a fine manner. Notice the beautifully adze-scalloped backside with aged patina. The shield dates to the early 20th century, is 49 ½” 9125.7 cm) in height and the price is available upon request. Questions?