Dive into the rich narrative of Tintin’s adventures with the African Mask, a remarkable piece from the Museum of Ethnography collection intricately detailed in hand-painted resin. This exquisite figurine, standing at 24 cm, is a nod to the storyline in “The Broken Ear.” Part of the series inspired by Hergé’s 1979 exhibition poster, “Le Musée Imaginaire de Tintin,” it showcases the characters in an imaginary display. A numbered edition, the African Mask is presented in an elegant box with a certificate of authenticity, making it a cherished addition to any Tintin enthusiast’s collection. Please note that the poster is for reference and is available for purchase separately.
Le Musée Imaginaire: The African Mask
Explore the enchanting world of Tintin with the African Mask, a captivating piece from the Museum of Ethnography collection inspired by “The Broken Ear.” Crafted in hand-painted resin, this numbered edition figurine stands at 24 cm and is a tribute to Hergé’s iconic creations. Presented in an elegant box with a certificate of authenticity.