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xasterix 7th September 2020 03:58 AM

A couple of shields
 
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Greetings, would just like to request for ID and age estimate of these two shields. Unfortunately I have no better quality images of them. TIA!

Ian 7th September 2020 06:30 AM

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Those shields look large. The one on the left looks vaguely like a Bukidnon shield photographed by Dean Worcester, the American anthropologist, in the early 1900. The large boss is in a similar position. See attached.


Bagobo shields have similar features to Bukidnon.


It's possible also that these shields are not from the Philippines.
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kino 8th September 2020 01:34 AM

Are they both metal shields?

Battara 8th September 2020 01:58 AM

These are recent manufacture for sale on the market.

xasterix 8th September 2020 02:34 AM

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Originally Posted by Battara
These are recent manufacture for sale on the market.

Ohhh they are? I wasn't aware of that (I bumped into these in an old collection). Would like to know where the manufactured ones can be sourced. Thanks!!!

Battara 9th September 2020 05:03 AM

Some of these are made by Bagobo hands (like Bagobo armour, also for sale on the market). Some even come from Marawi City I was told, made to look like other tribal shields or fantasy shields. There are probably other producers.


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