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A couple I finished last weekend.  The Bones Mother with Children I guess was discontinued because she has no-nose syndrome. 

 

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Court Musician from one of the Egyptian Harem fundraisers. 

 

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Love them both.

 

My mom also had some jaw cancer that needed reconstructive surgery. It looks like you did a good job with painting to help over come the lack of features.

 

The egyptian musician is very nice too. Very good selection of colors.

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Does she nose what's going on with her face? Nice work here ;)

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