Pre-Columbian Monumental or Architectural Sculpture or Mural Law and Legal Definition

Pursuant to 19 USCS § 2095 (3), [Title 19. Customs Duties; Chapter 11. Importation of Pre-Columbian Monumental or Architectural Sculpture or Murals] the term pre-Columbian monumental or architectural sculpture or mural means--

“(A) any stone carving or wall art which--

(i) is the product of a pre-Columbian Indian culture of Mexico, Central America, South America, or the Caribbean Islands;

(ii) was an immobile monument or architectural structure or was a part of, or affixed to, any such monument or structure; and

(iii) is subject to export control by the country of origin; or

(B) any fragment or part of any stone carving or wall art described in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph.”