CCHS Collection Face Mask | "Painted Cast Lead Eagle"
Stay safe in historic style!
This cloth mask features a reproduction of a painted cast lead eagle, c. 1820. 7x12.5 inches. Federal-style window detail from attic fanlight of the James Vanderpoel House. The window eagle detail is one of four situated in the elliptical gable windows and the front and rear entries on the Vanderpoel House, located at 16 Broad Street, Kinderhook, New York. The eagle served as a patriotic symbol chosen as the emblem of the United States in 1782 for its great strength and majestic looks. From the collection of the Columbia County Historical Society.
Cloth (polyester and spandex), treated with a biocompatible, hydrophobic splash resistant finish. One size fits most. Secured by elastic bands that fit around the ears.
Machine wash in hot water using a mild detergent.
Not an FDA-approved medical device.
Made in the USA by Museum Store Products, Inc.
Price includes New York State sales tax.