LOCATION First mentioned by Blom (1929, p. 165) after his second visit to Tonina, but no location is given. It is now in the plaza.
CONDITION The face is almost obliterated; the side panels are damaged at lower-left and upper right; the low relief carving on those panels is badly eroded at upper-right, both front and back; and the mat design on the central element of the back is eroded.
MATERIAL Yellow sandstone.
SHAPE Headdress and part of the head, undoubtedly of a standing figure. The front is carved in less than full relief, with side panels bearing stacked mask-elements in low relief. The back is nearly flat, with designs in low relief and a central element in deeper relief, which seems to fall from the peak of the headdress.
CARVED AREAS Carved in the round.
DRAWINGS Mathews, based on field drawings.