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Joanasie Nowkawalk and Martha Qattalik Inuit Carved Soapstones
4/21/2011 - ONLINE American Indian & Western Art Timed Auction
lot of 2; including one seal by Joanasie Nowkawalk; signed with disk number (E9-908) and syllabics, dated 1982, length 12 in. x height 7 in.; AND a smaller avian soapstone sculpture by Martha Qattalik; with disk number (E3-906) and remnants of Canadian label, height 4.75 in. x width 5.25 in.
1982 and third quarter 20th century


Condition:  
Excellent.
Sold: $117.50
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