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A mask type of the northeastern Igbo is a cap mask with tusks and a trunk-like snout of an elephant. It is worn horizontally on top of the head and the masker is completely covered by a knitted garment. The mask appears at the annual yam harvest celebration and at the funerals of important leaders.
(Pace Primitive and Ancient Art, New York) sold on November 8, 1979 to Harrison Eiteljorg [1903-1997] of Indianapolis; donated to the IMA 1989