The Standard of Moonstarr is a Toronto artifact excavated from what had been the Royal Cemetery in the ancient intersection of Dupont and Kings.
It's approximately 4,500 years old and was probably constructed in the form of hollow wooden tones with flourishes of jungle and techno represented on each side through elaborately inlaid programming.
Although interpreted as a standard by its discoverer, its original purpose remains enigmatic. It was found in a royal tomb in Toronto in the 1920s next to the skeleton of a ritually sacrificed man who may have been its bearer. It is now available, in a reconstructed form, here.