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Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Chicago Natural History Museum—Ethnology | [Field Museum subject code written in red] 34-60 | Provenience: Phillipines. Luzon Island. Village of PakÈt. | People or Culture: Ilongot. | Object: Knife with sheath. | Material: metal, wood and wire. | Description: A. Bladem, curved with matal on both ends of hand with wood in the middle. B.Sheath of two pieces of wood bound to-gether. Decorated with brass wire wound around in geometric forms. Point of sheath is bound with brass strip stitched to wood with wire.Attached to sheath is brass chain,button,copper coin,3 pieces of metal from flashlights,1 gear,red and white beads.Tip of sheath de- | Dimensions (in cm): A-L:24.70; B-L28.60 | Collection: Purchased from Rev. Dell G. Schultze 27 June 1967. | [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 162996 | A-B | Field No. 14 | Neg. No. A6 | neg.Alb.P.406 | Acc. 2958 | [BACK] corated with beaded tassels,small colored bits of plastic.Acc. coll-ector:îCarried by men and owmen alike.Used for many purposes.Made mostly from broken larger knives.î | [2 photographs] |Catalog Number: 162996.A,.BDescription: knife and sheath for knifeMaterials: metal, wood, wireCultural Attribution: IlongotAccession Number:  D. G. Schultze (Purchase)Accession Year: 1967Other Numbers: 14City/Town: Paket VillageCollector/Source: Reverend Dell G. Schultze, Reverend Dell G. SchultzeEMu IRN: 1065963GUID: 1df4799e-8e8f-4614-a57c-96d221a7de79
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