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The British Museum exhibited approximately 1000 Benin "bronzes" in 1897-98. Approximately 200 were then kept and the rest were sold, some to the institutions indicated in [BEN-] PIC DOC 50. N F Barley, 25/11/1997. Circumstances: Af,A60 contains a number of groups of photographs of Benin "bronzes", which were previously stored in the envelopes comprising [BEN-] PIC DOC 50. It is unclear which photographs belong with which envelope. Some of the envelopes are dated 1898. [BEN-] PIC DOC 50 indicates some of the "bronzes" depicted have at some stage been held by the Foreign Office, Horniman, Pitt Rivers, the Liverpool Museum, Crown Agents for the Colonies, a Miss Cutter and possibly the Berlin Museum and British Museum.
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Acquisition date :: 1898 ::, Associated Place (Referred Place) :: Benin City ::, Dimension Length :: 11.90cm ::, Dimension Width :: 10.50cm ::, Object type :: photograph ::, Production (Made in) :: Nigeria ::, Production date :: 1897-1898 ::, Subject :: animal ::, Subject :: costume/clothing ::, Subject :: plaque ::, Uses technique :: photographic process ::
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Study of Benin "bronze" (brass) plaque, with relief depiction of standing adult male wearing court costume. Animal head at each corner. Holes at edges of plaque. Medium: Black and white. Sepia.
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