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A circular disc representing the various years and months within the Mexican Century. The serpent that surrounds the circle marks out four different sections with its coils, and divides the circle into an upside-down compass. The North points down and is represented by the spearhead: Tecpatl; East is represented by a Cane: Acatl; West by a House: Cagli; and South by a rabbit: Tochtlila. There are 16 hieroglyphics equally distributed between each four sections.

This print was salvaged from a 1924 encyclopedia and is in excellent condition. The paper measures 6 x 10 inches. On the reverse side are two photos of a Mexican market and festival crowds at Xochimlco.

Your print will be mailed in a non-bendable mailer carefully housed in an acid-free archival sleeve.

See more of sandmarg’s collection of Mexican ephemera here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/sandmarg/search?search_query=mexico&search_submit=&search_type=user_shop_ttt_id_5276420&shopname=sandmarg

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1924 Print of a Circular Disc Representing the Mexican Century


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: paper, ink, ephemera
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
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