Yup'ik Shaman's Mask: Like nepcetat, (shaman masks) the plaque of this walrus mask has five holes beside which five carved animals originally sat. Five feathers decorate the rim. The mask is small and may have been worn as a forehead mask.
Inuit spirit mask, Alaska ●彡
Noh mask by Ichiyu TERAI, Japan
Yup'ik Bear mask, Artist Unknown, Mask, 19th century, Wood (probably spruce), pigments, string11 3/16 x 11 1/2 x 3 1/8 in My comment: They say this is a bear-to me it looks like a monkey. You be the judge.
Maiden Spirit (Agbogho Mmuo) Helmet Mask Nigeria, Lgbo, North. Late 19th- early 20th centuries
Owl mask with five feathers. The symbolic meaning of color varies with the creator of the mask and the story he or she is relating. Recurring colors include red which may sometimes symbolize life, blood, or give protection to the mask's wearer; black which sometimes represents death or the afterlife; and white which sometimes can mean living or winter. Collected by J.H Turner in 1892. SI, 153629 (25.4 cm)
Inuit boy holding a mask
Owl spirit mask from the Lower Yukon River, Alaska