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3D Legends - Full-Size Sculptures and Busts

ABRAHAM LINCOLN life mask

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ABRAHAM LINCOLN restored life mask taken in 1860

Abraham Lincoln
Restored Life Mask 1860

Eyes Restored Finaly after 140 Years

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Abraham Lincoln (1809 - 1865 ) President (1861-1865) Abraham Lincoln reguarded as one of our greatest Presidents. The original cast was taken in 1860 by Lenord Volk. Of this process, letting plaster heat up and harden on his face and then being pulled off with some of his hair Lincoln stated "It was anything but Agreeable". Volk took the cast to use as a model for the satue of Lincoln at the Illinois State Capital in Springfield.
This cast has always been considered by sculptors and artists as the most reliable document of Lincolns face. Far more valuable than photographs for it is the actual form. It has been used for the Lincoln Memorial and the President exibits at the Disney Parks.
When Volk took the first positive
cast from the mold he felt he had to leave his hand on the piece so he gouged Lincolns eyes out with his thumbs and said " There now he can see". So for the past 140 years the best cast of our beloved Lincoln has looked like a victem in a horror film.

It has always been difficult for me to look past the terror of this and see the greatnes of the man. So I Erick Erickson restored the eyes and sculpted Lincolns eyes closed as they would have been if they had not been altered. I sculpted the hair as he wore it in 1860. The result is now when you look at the piece it is Abraham Lincoln just as he was at the age of 51. All of the original detail of the historic
cast has been preserved.
So the work of art you get has
a direct link to Abraham Lincoln.
It's like having him right there with you.
Now you can own this restored representation of our sixteenth President. It would be great for your home, office school, public building or library.

The finnished piece is cast in USG's Tuf-Cal gypsum cement,it is fiber filled and has polymer additves to assure it will last forever.


It measures 11" High X 8.5" Wide X 6.25" Deep.

It is aproximatly 8.5 pounds unpacked.
It is finished in Presidential Bronze color then rubbed with an antiquing overlay to bring out the detail.
The piece is then sealed with a clear coat to preserve the finish.
Each mask comes with hanging instructions and the screw. Or it can be displayed on the optional stand.

As a Bonus your purchase comes with a signed
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY.

The buyer please pays $9.95 for U.S. shipping.
Please email me for international rates, I ship world wide.

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Thank you for your interest in my work.
Your satisfaction is 100% Guaranteed.

I Erick Erickson swear I will give you the best service.
I will help you every step of the way with your purchase.
I will ensure that your mask will be delivered fast in perfect condition.
You will absolutly love your mask or get all your money back.

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Over 3,000 people have writen that they have loved thier masks and my service.
100% satisfaction, everybody happy. Life is Beautiful !


igethi420...... By far the greatest purchase to date !!! Thanks Erick
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numbskullz... Great Mask worth every penny !!!
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hurbyluvbug.. An Incredible work of art. Even Better in Person !

"The Lord Prefers Common Looking People: That is the Reason He Made So Many Of Them." Lincoln"

List Price:
$90.00
Your Price:
$69.00(You save $21.00)


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