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Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History. | [Field Museum Subject Code written in red] 34-53 | Country: Philippine Islands. | Locality: North Central Mindanao. | People: Bukidnon. Stock. | Name: Dag? (Ponyal) :- A small knife and sheath for light work, such as splitting rattan etc, and use about the house. Bellied blade. No guard. Wooden handle. Sheath of wood with three metal bands (cut from tin cans) around it. (Tufts fred fraig nut?) Red belt attached. | Collection: R.F. Cummings Philippine Expedition, 1909=1911. F.C. Cole, Collector. | Notes: Used by both men and women | Width: | Length: | Height: | Price: ?.25 | [LEFT MARGIN] A | 128230 | ENT | (352^b) | NEG.ALB.P.385 | Acc. 1115 | [Cursive capital L.] | [BACK] [1 photograph] |Catalog Number: 128230.1,.2Description: knife and sheath for knifeMaterials: wood, metal; tin, metalCultural Attribution: BukidnonAccession Number:  Fifth R.F. Cummings Ethnological Expedition to Philippines Islands - ethnology - Bukidon, Mandaya, Manobo, Negrito, and Bataan Bagobo Indians (Expedition)Accession Year: 1910Collector/Source: Fifth R.F. Cummings Ethnological Expedition to Philippines Islands - ethnology - Bukidnon, Mandaya, Manobo, Negrito, and Bataan Bagobo Indians, Dr. Fay-Cooper Cole : Field Museum of Natural History - AnthropologyEMu IRN: 1029731GUID: 51ec8290-c73a-4cd4-9f79-08270f084de9
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