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Description: sheath of wood, covered with rattan on back and red cloth and brass on front. Specimens sheaths for small working knives.File linkScanner: Cassie Pontone : Field Museum of Natural History
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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: Davao Gulf, Mindanao. | People: Bagobo. Stock. | Name: Tamp?p? :- Man's sheath for small knife. Made of wood, back covered with rattan Brass edges and end. Front covered with red cloth over which are cut bands of brass and brass tacks. | Collection: R.F. Cummings Philippine Expedition, 1909=1911. F.C. Cole, Collector. | Notes: To brass sides and to belt are attached 67 bells of native manufacture (over) | Width: | Length: | Height: | Price: ?8.00.. | [LEFT MARGIN] A | 129127 | ENT | (1329) | 1139 | Acc. [1115 was crossed out] | [Cursive capital L.] | [BACK] Beaded belt with copper fastener. These very elaborate sheaths are owned only by a few wealthy men but are entirely of native worksman-ship. |Catalog Number: 129127.nosubDescription: sheathMaterials: wood, rattan, brass, clothCultural Attribution: BagoboAccession Number:  Fifth R.F. Cummings Ethnological Expedition to Philippines Islands - ethnology - Manobo, Bilaan, and Divavaan Mandaya (Expedition)Accession Year: 1911District/County: Davao Prov.City/Town: Davao GulfCollector/Source: Fifth R.F. Cummings Ethnological Expedition to Philippines Islands - ethnology - Manobo, Bilaan, and Divavaan Mandaya, Dr. Fay-Cooper Cole : Field Museum of Natural History - AnthropologyEMu IRN: 1030709GUID: 94d88810-6b61-427d-b0f5-47e8bbe9803b
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