Item nr. 20165

Topoke Liganda Iron Currency Blade Sculpture

ProductionAfrica Late 19th C.

DescriptionThis 'liganda' iron currency blade comes from the Suku, who live in Haut Zaire and was used as a payment method.
This primitive money was manufactured in the end of the 19th century and is made of iron.

The African primitive money is in very good condition. It comes with mounting.
The object measures 192 cm in length.

MaterialIron

Dimension40 x 14 x HT 192 cm

Price 1'050.00

topoke-liganda-iron-currency-blade-sculpture

Description

This ‘liganda’ iron currency blade comes from the Suku, who live in Haut Zaire and was used as a payment method.
This primitive money was manufactured in the end of the 19th century and is made of iron.

The African primitive money is in very good condition. It comes with mounting.
The object measures 192 cm in length.

Additional information

Material

Iron

Dimension

40 x 14 x HT 192 cm