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Handcarved Cigar Store Indian of Female (72” tall)

Handcarved Cigar Store Indian of Female (72” tall)

Unusual Indian Squaw with cigars in hand was most likely used for in-store advertising display. Mounted on a wooden box with carved inscription that reads, “Cigar’s 5 Cents”. Created during the fifties by an unknown artist, this attractive hand carved figure was originally covered with a special patina before being painted in its brightly colored manner. Down the center back is a 23” crack that measures less than 1/16” wide, chipping to the back of the left arm and minor paint peeling throughout. Weighs approximately 40 lbs. Overall EX.


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