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Mexican Parade Masks, Deaccessioned from the Children's Museum of Indianapolis

lot of 3, includes a rust colored mask with black painted eyebrows, oval slit eyes, flattened nose, and a white fur mustache and goatee, length 8.5 in. x width 6.5 in.,; PLUS a black mask with a white cross in the center of the forehead, round cut out eyes that are rimmed in red, red lips with tongue sticking out, and painted designs on each cheek, locks of white hair protrude from chin and forehead, length 8 in. x width 4 in.,; AND a mask with a brown face, peach eyebrows and mustache, holes cut above eyes and at mouth, white chin hair, length 10 in. x width 6.5 in.

mid-20th century  

Provenance:Deaccessioned from the Children's Museum of Indianapolis

Condition:

Paint is faded on black and brown mask, inside of rust colored mask is painted blue. 

Estimate: $100 - $150
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$123
12/13/2018

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