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    Oglala Sioux Indian HUNPE-KA
    1912 Sawyer Bronze Galvano

    1912 Bronze Galvano, Edward Warren Sawyer, HUNPE-KA, Oglala Sioux Tribe, Manderson, South Dakota, Medallic Art Company. Uniface. 125 mm. Outstanding light chocolate-brown surfaces with hints of olive. Two large size and five small size examples are known to the cataloger, and all others are in museum collections.

    Hunpe-Ka was also known as Moccasins or Picket Pin. A 1907 interview at Manderson, South Dakota reveals that Picket Pin, or Hum-Pi-Ka, was 56 years old and the son of Little Wound, chief of the Ki-Ya-Xas band.
    From Sawyer's Native American Portrait Galvanos.
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    June, 2018
    14th-17th Thursday-Sunday
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