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Wooden humanoid mask with a small face that tapers at the chin. Mask has a rounded brow with a prominent ridge through the centre; slit-like eyes below brow. An orange-red band is painted across the eyes; circles indented around band and filled in with white pigment. Open mouth protrudes outward, from in between cheeks carved in high relief, with seven silver-coloured teeth embedded along the bottom edge of the top lip. Chin is pointed. Mask has holes for eyes and a hollow interior.

History Of Use

Ma go type mask, carried for personal protection.


The donor taught in a rural school in Tobli, eastern Liberia, from 1965 to 1967.

Item History

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  • Collected between 1965 and 1968
  • Owned by Donald White before August 27, 2021
  • Received from Donald White (Donor) on August 27, 2021

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