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Print depicting two birds and a weasel. The animals in the image are in the same shade of blue on yellow-white paper. The figures are within a diamond-shaped border that has rounded corners. The edges of the border have a rugged appearance. There are five symbols printed into the border near the lower right side. The central figure is a large bird with various textures in its feathers. At the bird’s feet, there is a weasel that is being held down by the bird. It has a square patch of negative space in the middle of its body. Near the middle of the image, to the right of the large bird, there is a smaller bird whose body is playfully bent at the torso. Along the bottom edge of the print, there are a combination of symbols and words written in pencil. There is an embossed stamp in the lower left corner of the object with similar symbols.

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