- Museum number
Coup-stick or dance club made of cloth, wood, beads, buckskin, hair (human).
- Production date
- 1903 (before)
Height: 120 centimetres
Width: 13 centimetres
Depth: 4.50 centimetres
- Curator's comments
on display in Many Tumors: Standing Alone
This item appears in the catlaogue Sacred Circles ed R.T. Coe (1977). The caption says: 'The weight is in the shape of a compressed sphere, covered with red buckskin; ornamented with red, blue and yellow beads in cruciform pattern, fringed with feathers, connected by blue buckskin with wooden handle covered with red buckskin. The woven flap which fastens around the wrist is covered with a lozenge pattern in blue and white. Formerly the property of Standing Alone'.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1976-1977 7 Oct-16 Jan, London, The Hayward Gallery
1977 16 Apr-19 Jun, Kansas City, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Sacred Circles: 2,000 Years of North American Indian Art
1999 25 Jun-2002 Mar, BM Room 26; Gallery of North America, Case: "The Canadian Plains"
2002 1 May-15 Sept, Lethbridge, Alberta, Sir Alexander Galt Museum & Archive, Ancestors-Akaitapiiwa
2010 6 Jan-5 Apr, British Museum, Room 91, Warriors of the Plains: 200 years of Native North American honour and ritual
- Acquisition date
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
CDMS number: Am1903C3.81 (old CDMS no.)