A Northwest Indian totem pole probably made in Alaska or British Columbia for the tourist trade around 1960. Carved from cedar wood and hand painted with bright red, yellow, green, turquoise and black colors, at the top is an eagle with folded wings witting on a raven with extended wings which stands on a bear sitting on its haunches. The wings have a single pin and can rotate ( indeed I now see that they have been upside down in the photos) and the pole is fastened to the base with two nails. It is unmarked.
The totem pole stands 12 7/8" high, is 6 1/2" across the wings and as a 3" x 2 5/8" base. Weight is 9.4 ounces. Condition is quite good.