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Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] FIELD MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY - ETHNOLOGY [ written in red ] 54B/5-1 | Provenience: China. | People or Culture: Chinese. | Object: Puppet head. | Material: Wood, cloth, plastic jewels, beads, paint. | Description: Small Quanzhou puppet head of king like figure with large movable eyes, removable crown, and synthetic beard. Gold, silver, red crown w/ yellow tassels, red, pink, and white beads, red and blue plastic jewels, red synthetic fabric balls. Face has painted mustache, wrinkles, and eyebrows. Face painted pinkish color. | Dimentions ( in cm.): H: 13cm, W: 12.5cm, D: 7.5cm( with crown). Beard length: 16cm (approx). | Collection: Museum Purchase, 1998. Memorial Fund 1997. | [LEFT MARGIN] A 288923 | Field No. | Neg. No. | Acc. 4025 |Catalog Number: 288923.nosubDescription: puppet headMaterials: wood, cloth, plastic, pigmentCultural Attribution: Han ChineseAccession Number:  B. Bronson (Purchase, 1998-01-26)Accession Year: 1998Collector/Source: Bennet Bronson : Field Museum of Natural History - Anthropology, Bennet Bronson : Field Museum of Natural History - Anthropology, Chuimei HoEMu IRN: 1198818GUID: 2e4c906e-51dc-42d8-9994-b93b27f69aac
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