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Paris, Victor Noir.  Died in Paris 1870,a french journalist ,his tomb became a fertility symbol.the grave has a very noticeable bulge in Noir's trousers.Myth says that placing a flower in the up turned hat ,after kissing the statues lips or rubbing its genital area,will enhance fertility,bring a blissful sex life , or a husband within the year .

Paris, Victor Noir. Died in Paris 1870,a french journalist ,his tomb became a fertility symbol.the grave has a very noticeable bulge in Noir's trousers.Myth says that placing a flower in the up turned hat ,after kissing the statues lips or rubbing its genital area,will enhance fertility,bring a blissful sex life , or a husband within the year .

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Metropolitan Museum of Art. Portrait of a Woman Nicholas Hilliard (British, 1547–1619) Date: ca. 1590 Medium: Vellum laid on card Dimensions: Oval, 1 x 7/8 in. (27 x 22 mm) Classification: Miniatures Credit Line: The Friedsam Collection, Bequest of Michael Friedsam, 1931 Accession Number: 32.100.311

Metropolitan Museum of Art. Portrait of a Woman Nicholas Hilliard (British, 1547–1619) Date: ca. 1590 Medium: Vellum laid on card Dimensions: Oval, 1 x 7/8 in. (27 x 22 mm) Classification: Miniatures Credit Line: The Friedsam Collection, Bequest of Michael Friedsam, 1931 Accession Number: 32.100.311

Toe Pincher Coffin with Viewing Window. by stowawayantiques, $1237.00

Reserved for Connie! Toe Pincher Coffin with Viewing Window. Antique Victorian Full SIze Coffin

Tools for the "Opening of the Mouth" ceremony. This rite reanimated the deceased or animated a statue so that it could eat, breathe, see and hear. 2465–2150 B.C. Egypt

Tools for the "Opening of the Mouth" ceremony. This rite reanimated the deceased or animated a statue so that it could eat, breathe, see and hear. 2465–2150 B.C. Egypt

Early Medieval Grave, Barevan Chapel, Cawdor district, Scotland. There is a question as to whether or not the round stone was placed because it was believed to be a witches grave.

Early Medieval Grave, Barevan Chapel, Cawdor district, Scotland. There is a question as to whether or not the round stone was placed because it was believed to be a witches grave.

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