Painted wooden toy elephant. Once painted mainly white but the glaze has yellowed. It has been painted with green, black, red yellow and gold details, including a saddle and decoration on the head and trunk. Small wooden tusks and ears protrude at 90 degrees from the head; a small tail hangs down. Attached to a wooden base, painted green with a black border.
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Joseph Thayendaneken commonly called Brant, a Muhawk Chief. From the original drawing in the possession of James Boswell Esq
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