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Devil Costume Cape3289/5 a
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Luzbel cape composed of football shoulder pads, with a long black velvet cape, shoulders covered in light brown fake fur, large carved wooden skulls on each shoulder and smaller plastic skulls. The cape is heavily sequinned with a red devil face, with gold horns.

Culture
Mexican
Material
synthetic fibre, fibre, plastic and wood
Made in
Tocuaro, Michoacan, Mexico
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Devil Mask3289/10 a-i
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Luzbel devil costume mask (part a) with large removable cow horns (parts b-c), two removable small painted horns (parts d-e) and four removable teeth (parts f-i). The primary face is black with orange, red and blue-grey markings outlined in small dots. On each side of the head are pointed ears, situated below holes for the horns. The mouth is open, exposing sharp teeth and large canines. The large blue eyes are bulging out, outlined in red, and have red veins throughout. A small winged creature with large fangs is where the forehead and nose should be. The creature's talons extend down over the nose. The back is plain.

Culture
Mexican
Material
wood, cow horn, synthetic fibre, metal and paint
Made in
Tocuaro, Michoacan, Mexico
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Devil Costume Crown3289/4
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Decorated cardboard crown from a Luzbel devil costume. The crown has a heart-shaped cutout extending up from the band at front centre which is heavily decorated with sequins and beads, as well as blue glitter on the backside. The cardboard is covered with light blue foil paper, and decorated with strings of silver or gold plastic beads, mirror, gold or silver applique, and a band of sequins along the bottom edge. A v-shaped plume of shiny pink and silver garland is attached at the back of the crown, and bends forward over the head. Beneath, a short train composed of two pieces of black floral lace hangs. The interior is partially lined with light blue foil paper.

Culture
Mexican
Material
plastic, paper, metal, fibre and glass
Made in
Tocuaro, Michoacan, Mexico
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Devil Costume3289/7 b-c
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Astucia devil costume. Black velvet sequinned tunic (part b) with matching pants (part c). Tunic has wing-like extensions under each arm in a black and gold fabric covered by small gold sequins. Orange-gold fringe lines the bottom hem, cuffs, wings, and pant legs. Front has a large sequinned devil face, and '201[7] ASTUSIA' sequinned along the ruching. Each arm has sequinned skulls and fire(?). Back, heavily sequinned dragon design in green, red, and silver, and a purple and red scorpion on each wing. Many plastic stars and chains sewn on ruched section. Black velvet pants have long ties at waist, and sequinned yellow and purple scorpions, and yellow and red fire designs, and star-shaped sequins on pant legs.

Culture
Mexican
Material
synthetic fibre and plastic
Made in
Tocuaro, Michoacan, Mexico
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Devil Mask3289/57 a-h
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Luzbel devil costume mask. Mask features a large greenish-brown devil face (part a), with sunken red and orange eyes, pointed red and white ears, and two large curled horns (parts b-c) extending out from his forehead. The face is wrapped by four snakes(?), two on each side. A small gold devil is held in his teeth, with two small removable horns (parts g-h) with each arm being bitten by a snake. Standing on the head, and extending down over the face is a winged lizard-like creature, with a skeleton seated on its back, and holding two snake tails in its teeth. The skeleton's head is removable (part b) and the wings are removable (parts c-d). Interior has handwritten message.

Culture
Mexican
Material
wood and paint
Made in
Tocuaro, Michoacan, Mexico
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Devil Costume Crown3289/8
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Decorated cardboard crown from an Astucia devil costume. The crown has four crosses extending up from the band. The band is covered with sky blue foil paper, strings of sequins zigzagging, and gold applique. A small mirror is adhered to the front and sides. The crosses are covered with silver foil paper, outlined in gold sequins and decorated with either large blue holographic discs or small green, white or red sequins. Strings of plastic beads - red or gold, are strung from the band. The interior is lined with both sky blue and silver foil paper.

Culture
Mexican
Material
paper, glass, plastic, adhesive and fibre
Made in
Tocuaro, Michoacan, Mexico
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Devil Mask3289/9 a-c
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Luzbel devil costume mask (part a) with large removable horns (parts b-c). The primary face is black with red, orange, and blue markings outlined in small white dots. On each side of the head are pointed ears, situated below holes for the horns. The mouth is open, exposing sharp teeth and large canines. The large blue eyes are bulging out, outlined in red. A small blue winged creature with large fangs is where the forehead and nose should be. The creature's talons extend down over the nose. There is a single small hole on either side of the mouth and behind each ear, through which string is tied. The back is unpainted, and has artist's name written in black felt.

Culture
Mexican
Material
wood, horn, metal, paint and synthetic fibre
Made in
Tocuaro, Michoacan, Mexico
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Devil Costume Cape3289/7 a
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Astucia cape of black velvet, heavily decorated with sequins. The cape is semi-circular with a collar and ties at the neck. The collar is decorated with various-coloured star-shaped sequins. The rounded edge is scalloped, and lined with a short gold fringe. The sequin design features a large bronze muscular devil in lime green pants, crouching low. Two large teal wings with silver and gold outline spread out on each side, and curve with the shape of the cape. The devil has red horns, nails, and talons at the tips of his wings. Lined with shiny red fabric.

Culture
Mexican
Material
fibre and plastic
Made in
Tocuaro, Michoacan, Mexico
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Devil Costume Crown3289/6
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Decorated cardboard crown from a Luzbel devil costume. The crown has three crosses extending up from the band on both sides, and the front. The cardboard is decorated with crumpled gold and red foil paper, with strings of plastic beads - silver, red and royal blue, as well as shards of broken mirror. A plume of red and yellow-gold shiny garland is attached at the back of the crown, and bends forward over the head. Beneath, a short train composed of two pieces of black lace hang down. The interior is lined with silver foil paper.

Culture
Mexican
Material
paper, glass, plastic, adhesive, fibre and metal
Made in
Tocuaro, Michoacan, Mexico
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Devil Costume3289/5 b-c
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Luzbel devil costume; large black velvet sequinned tunic (part b), with matching pants (part c). Made of black velvet with white fringe all along bottom of tunic, cuffs, and pant legs. Tunic has shiny red wing-like extensions with solid red sequin stickers underneath. Separate star or comet(?) designs on each arm. Back of tunic has heavily sequinned Mayan design in green, silver and red; large red devil face on front. Many plastic discs and flowers sewn on. Two silver six-point stars with a short string of silver bead garland are attached on the left side. Black corduroy pants have drawstring waist, and sequinned designs on pant legs and below devil face. (Part a is the matching cape.)

Culture
Mexican
Material
synthetic fibre, fibre and plastic
Made in
Tocuaro, Michoacan, Mexico
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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