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Five Thangkas, Tibetan China, 18th to early 20th century, one depicting Mahakala stepping on a white elephant; one depicting the Refugee Tree with a lama figure in the center; one with Zambala on a white lion; one with a deity stepping on snakes; and one depicting Sitatapatra with "thousand faces" standing on a lotus throne, bordered with fabric, distemper on cloth with gold details to some, framed and glazed, painting from 8 1/4 x 6 3/8 to 15 x 11 in.
all not examined out of frames, some with pigment losses along creases and edges, severe buckling to Sitatapatra, some with minor buckling, some with severe mildew in progress.
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