FMNH 39980.1,.2

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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Colombian Museum. | Country:Philippine Islands | [Field Museum Subject Code written in red] 34-60 | Locality: Jolo (=Sulu) Island | People: Moros Stock. | Name: Sword only 65 cm long, [1 illegible word] the barong with a wood hilt, metal ferrule, and steel blade of elliptical shape and one edged. Sheath is of yellow soft wood. | Collection: R. F. Cummings Cap. Darrah, Coll. | Notes: | Price: | [LEFT MARGIN] A | 39980 / 1-2 | ENT | 20 | Neg. Alb. P. 483 | Acc. 990 | [ILLUSTRATION] | [ILLUSTRATION NOTATION] | [BACK] | [1 photograph] |
Catalog Number: 39980.1,.2
Description: sword and sheath for sword
Materials: metal; steel, wood, metal
Cultural Attribution: Moro
Accession Number: [990] R. F. Cummings (Gift)
Accession Year:
Other Numbers: 20
District/County: Jolo Island
Collector/Source: R. F. Cummings, Captain Darrah
EMu IRN: 1269127
GUID: 9c42f30c-e4fd-416f-ae36-af90e5e3f36f

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