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Baboon #3, Chewing Plant, [Plaster]

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Plaster model of a seated baboon chewing on a plant. He holds the plant in his proper right hand. His knees are apart. 1 of 5 created for the 1939 New York Worlds Fair.

Baboon #1, Male, [Plaster]

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Plaster model of a seated baboon with hands resting on knees looking toward the left. 1 of 5 created for the 1939 New York Worlds Fair.

Baboon #4, [Plaster]

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Plaster model of a seated baboon with legs apart and hands resting on knees. This is very similar to baboon #1 except the head is looking to the right. 1 of 5 created for the 1939 New York Worlds Fair.

Baboon #2, Female, [Plaster]

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Plaster model of a seated baboon with arms crossing the knees and hands interlocker. This is a female baboon. 1 of 5 created for the 1939 New York Worlds Fair.

Baboon and Baby Chimpanzee, Mold, [Plaster]

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Two piece plaster mother mold with inner rubber mold. Written on the mold is "Fredericks Baboon w. Baby". Mold has two plastic zip ties holding the mold together.

Baboon and Baby Chimpanzee, [Plaster]

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Nickel plated plaster of Baboon and Baby Chimpanzee. The green is from years of oxidation of the plating over the plaster.

A baboon holds a baby chimp to her chest. The baby chimp has its back to the baboon. The small chimp has its proper right leg outstretched and is foot on the baboons proper right knee. The baboon holds most of theā€¦

Baby Baboon, [Plaster]

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Plaster model of a young baboon sitting on a half sphere. His proper right hand is over his proper left shoulder. Fredericks signature is on the bottom of the base. This sculpture was part of the Board of Directors Fountain for the 1939 New York World's Fair.

Anniversary Baboons, [Plaster]

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Two baboons, made of plaster, sitting side by side touching hands one with legs crossed at the ankle.

Baboon of the Theatre Playing a Ham, [Plaster]

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Painted green baboon playing a ham as a musical instrument. He stands upon a Tiki-like head that has carved comedy (front) and tragedy (back) theatre symbols.

"Designed as a bronze trophy for St. Dunstan's Theatre Guild, Cranbrook Educational Community, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan."
"Marshall M. Fredericks Sculptor", Suzanne P. Fredericksā€¦