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FATHER & SON     10.75"H
FATHER & SON 10.75"H

LIMITED EDITION TO 5000 PCS


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60702Regular price: $75.00Sale price: $45.00
TIME WELL SPENT-SON 24X36
TIME WELL SPENT-SON 24X36


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HB124Regular price: $45.00Sale price: $36.00
ON MY MIND TOO 16X20
ON MY MIND TOO 16X20


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MD002Regular price: $25.00Sale price: $15.00
GOOD CATCH
GOOD CATCH

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DEVOTION  11" TALL
DEVOTION 11" TALL

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FATHER & SON     10.75"H
FATHER & SON 10.75"H

LIMITED EDITION TO 5000 PCS


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DEVELOPING A WINNER
DEVELOPING A WINNER

FATHER'S DAY SPECIAL.RETIRED. ONE AVAILABLE.


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19013Regular price: $250.00Sale price: $200.00
GBADEBO  9"X6"
GBADEBO 9"X6"

Gbadebo was the legendary founder of the Yoruba race. Gbadebo went further than any other West African ruler did in attempting to learn about and emulate British form. What is exceptional about this piece is that it comes with six ornamental headdresses that can be displayed any way you like it. Each piece comes with an authentic history card. It is made of resin and hand painted. It stands 9" high(with spear).This piece weighs approximtely 15 pounds.LIMITED EDITION.FREE SHIPPING.


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80800Regular price: $300.00Sale price: $105.00
SUNNI ALI BER
SUNNI ALI BER

Sunni Ali,(1464-1492) whose real name was Ali Kolon, began as a common soldier in the army of KanKan Musa, Mandingo ruler of the Mellistine Empire, into which he had been forcibly enlisted, after the defeat and enslavement of his people, the Songhays. Forced even to fight his own people, Sunni Ali was overcome with rage at the cruelties of the Mellestine emperor and swore that one day, he would take up arms to free his people. As for the empire of KanKan Musa, it exceeded in wealth and magnificence, anything he had ever imagined, and yet, common soldier that we was, Sunni Ali dared to believe that some day it should be his. Sunni Ali, together with his brother Selmar Nar, laid careful plans for escape. Rallying his people around him, Sunni Ali attacked Jenne, and captured it by storm on January 30, 1468. He took city after city, until the forces of KanKan Musa had been entirely driven out of Songhay territory. LIMITED EDITION


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80802Regular price: $150.00Sale price: $52.50
MOSHESH  10" TALL
MOSHESH 10" TALL

Moshweshewe 1786 -1870) was born at Menkhoaneng in the Northern part of present-day Lesotho. He was the first son of Mokhachane, a minor chief of the Bakoteli lineage- a branch of the Koena (crocodile) clan. In his early childhood, he helped his father gain power over some other smaller clans. At the age of 34 Moshoeshoe formed his own clan and became a chief. He and his followers settled at the Butha-Buthe Mountain. Moshoeshoe signed a treaty with the British Governor, Sir George Thomas Napier. Among the provisions of this treaty was the annexation of a tract of land (now called the Orange River Sovereignty) that many Boers had settled. The outraged Boers were suppressed in a brief skirmish in 1848, but remained bitter at both the British and the Sotho. The situation erupted in 1851. A British force was defeated by the Sotho army at Kolonyama, touching off an embarrassing war for the British. After repulsing another British attack in 1852, Moshoeshoe sent an appeal to the British commander that allowed him to save face. Once again, diplomacy saved the Sotho kingdom. After a final defeat of the Tloka in 1853, Moshoeshoe reigned supreme.


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TENKAMENIN  10" TALL
TENKAMENIN 10" TALL

KING OF GHANA (1037-1075) The country of Ghana reach the height of its greatness during the reign of Tenkamenin. Through his careful management of the gold trade across the Sahara desert into West Africa, Tenkamenin's empire flourished economically. But his greatest strength was in government. Each day he would ride out on horseback and listen to the problems and concerns of his people. He insisted that no one be denied an audience and that they be allowed to remain in his presence until satisfied that justice had been done. His principles of democratic monarchy and religious tolerance make Tenkamenin's reign one of the great models of African rule


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80805Regular price: $150.00Sale price: $52.50