It will be hard to find a better Middle Sepik River neckrest than this one. It is from the Iatmul culture, is ex. Jolika Collection of Marcia and John Friede and ex. de Young Museum, San Francisco. It features a full female ancestral spirit figure mounted on a flying fox with the head of a parrot on the opposite end. This piece was published in “New Guinea Art: Masterpieces of the Jolika Collection from Marcia and John Friede,” 2005, fig. 213. C-14 dating was inconclusive but Friede notes probably 17th-19th century. It is mounted vertically and stands 28 7/8” (73.3 cm) in height. The price is available upon request. Questions?