FMNH 126290.nosub[3]

  • 126290: Pigeon (mounted specimen)

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    Description: Pigeon (mounted bird) with two whistles on its tail to illustrate how they were used by the Chinese. Made of reed, lacquer, pigment, bone
  • Pigeon whistles

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    Description: 2 Pigeon whistles detail. Made of reed, lacquer, pigment, bone
  • 126290: Pigeon with whistles

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    Description: Pigeon with a whistle on its tail. Two tubes of reed dark brown with three openings each; attachment of bone. Made of reed, lacquer, pigment, bone
  • Creator: Ms Tiffany Nichols : Field Museum of Natural History
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    Description: scan of catalog card
Catalog Number: 126290.nosub[3]
Description: pigeon whistle
Materials: reed, lacquer, pigment, bone
Cultural Attribution: Han Chinese
Locality: Asia, China, Beijing, Beijing - Peking
Accession Number: [1462] Captain Marshall Field Ethnological Expedition to China (Gift)
Accession Year:
Continent: Asia
Country: China
Province/State: Beijing
City/Town: Beijing - Peking
Collector/Source: Captain Marshall Field Ethnological Expedition to China, B. Laufer : Field Museum of Natural History, P. J. Bahr
IRN: 1027718
GUID: 0119a3b6-81e6-4998-ac14-acbfa444d813