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Brass Mexican eagle which measures 10.0 centimeters high fom head to tail and 5.0 centimeters wide across the back of the wings. The lower portion, where he is perched, is a single, conical shaped spike, which measures 1.5 centimeters in length. The eagle's head is facing towards the front and it is grasping a serpent in its beak and both talons. All is done in a bas-releif and three-dimensional form. The eagle appears to be sand cast by an artisan who is familiar with working metals. The eagle's wings are folded to the rear in a heart shape and are chiseled in fine detail. It is unusual in the fact that there is no cactus or rocks on which the eagle is standing, but has both talons grasping the snake.
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