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Old skull mask from Mexico

White Skull LrgHere is a skull mask that has lots of usage plus a great set of teeth made out of tin can pieces. Those teeth would have made for a shiny smile in the old days. The village and state are unknown.

Part two of our Mexican collection is now being auctioned on OrangeUmber.com  This time more than 50 traditional masks, both used and new, are available. These masks were acquired 1975 to 2010 and include male and female characters, animals, skulls, devils and fantasies from 20 different Mexican states. The collection has been shown at Messiah College, The Lancaster Museum of Art and can be permanently seen in the largest chapter of Masks of the World by Ibold and Yohn.

Big opportunity to save.  We are fully aware of the recent decline in values of masks and many other antiques. Our starting prices will be low, sometimes less than we paid.

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Categories:   Mexico

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