Note: " ... links vom Eingang Fell mit Perlen, Thron, Fell mit Perlen, 2 Figuren, 2 Blashörner." (E-30-0,3).; Note translation: " ... left of the entrance a skin decorated with beads, a throne, another skin decorated with beads, two carved figures and two horns for making music." (E-30-0,3). - Peter Valentin lists the objects visible on this photograph: 2 large leopard-skins made of cloth; 1 large figure covered in glass beads holding a stick (?) in its hand; 1 smaller figure covered in glass beads with a drinking horn and a calabash; 1 king's throne with 2 figures (carrying drinking horn and skull-trophies) all covered with glass beads; 1 [true!] leopard skin; 2 elephant tusks; a large blue-white "king's cloth" at the very back; a European box (grammophone, or fog horn [is it the same one in E-30.26.051?]; 1 cloth dyed uniformly with indigo. The figures and the throne perhaps from Bamum or Bamileke (PV. 02.2002).