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Angkor Wat Rubbing

Angkor Wat Rubbing appraisal

See photo.  This is a temple rubbing taken from Angkor Wat in Cambodia during the war in Southeast Asia.  It was obtained by a now retired CIA employee.  It is on black parchment and parts of temple that were rubbed are covered in gold.  It was framed in Vientiane, Laos in 1969.

Category: 
Asian Art
Condition: 
Excellent
Medium / Material: 
Parchment and Gold
Distinguishing marks: 
Taken from Angkor Wat in Cambodia
Period: 
Pre-1960's
Dimensions: 
45" by 32" (NOT including frame)
Weight: 
Est. 20lbs
History: 
Obtained by a CIA employee in Pakse, Laos 1969. Came from a former Khmer Rouge insurgent who was "doubled" and working for the CIA. He got it from Angkor Wat monks.
For Sale: 
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