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possibly Fang people
19th century
Native American (Haida)
19th century
Egyptian
early 20th century
Afghan (Pashtun)
mid-20th century
French
ca. 1895–1900
Native American (Nortwest Coast, possibly)
mid 19th–early 20th century
Italian
19th century
British
ca. 1825–89
Val Saint Lambert
late 20th century
Native American (Mission Indians of the Channel Islands - Tongva/Gabrieleno?)
19th century
Indian
late 19th century
Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
1916
Aztec
10th–16th century
French
19th century
Joseph Böhm
ca. 1815–20
Philippine
mid 19th–early 20th century
Native American (Costa Rican) African
19th century
Norfolk Island, Polynesian
late 19th century
American
1848–53
Belgium
19th century
Mexican
mid 19th–late 19th century
Thomas Key
ca. 1840
Harry Bernard
ca. 1920
European
late 19th century
Native American (Northwest Coast)
19th century
Arabian
late 19th century
Mombasa
late 19th century
Félix Vallotton
1896
Japanese
ca. 1800–1889
Bwa or Samo
20th century
Voltaic
20th century
Czech or Slovak
late 20th century
Portuguese
early 19th century
H. C. Strisce (C. Strisch?)
1720–40
Indonesian?
first half 20th century
Mountain Ok people
mid-20th century
Chin Shing (Golden Voice) Store, Canton
19th century
Indian
late 19th century
Possibly European
19th century
Indian (North)
ca. 1885