FMNH 38992.1,.2

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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Columbian Museum. | ENT | [Field Museum Subject Code written in red] 34-60 | Country: Philippine Islands. | People: Moro. | Locality: Mindanao. Zamboanga Disctict. | Name: Knife: (Sundang or Kris) long narrow blade. hammered (gold crossed out) silver handle. 27 1/2" long. | Collection: Major Ralph S. Porter, Surgeon U.S. Vol. | Where Placed: | Notes: wooden scabbard. | [LEFT MARGIN] A | 38992 | 1-2 | 74 | Acc. 776 | [ILLUSTRATION] | [ILLUSTRATION NOTATION] | [BACK] |
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    Description: Scan of exhibit label from past exhibition, "Ethnology of Philippines (Islands) Exhibition Hall H". Grouped by cultural attribution "Moro"
Catalog Number: 38992.1,.2
Description: knife and sheath for knife
Materials: metal, metal; silver, wood
Cultural Attribution: Moro
Accession Number: [776] R. S. Porter (Loan)
Accession Year: 1901
Other Numbers: 74
Collector/Source: R. S. Porter, R. S. Porter
EMu IRN: 1268224
GUID: 0a60be89-c56a-4231-9c64-301431669ca6

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