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Handmade molas from sand blast islands off the east coast

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Posted 7 years ago


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these are about 40 years old. my grandfather bought them from the natives that lived off the sand blast islands.they are very well hand made and in very good condition.most have at least five layers.He has several, he just would like to how much they would be worth today.thanks


  1. joe noah, 6 years ago
    i have a pair of original cuna indian molas brought to the states by niko panszczyk in the sixitys or seventies of museum quality im looking for same info did you have any luck finding an answer
  2. nomadgal, 5 years ago
    Actually, they are molas from the San Blas islands (not sand blast).

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