FMNH 104845.1

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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Columbian Museum. | 22-28 | Country Togo, West Africa. | Locality | People Moba Stock | Name Quiver with 14 arrows & one broken shaft. Quiver of wood (bamboo?) covered with leather, with leather cap fastened to quiver by string. Carrying string of twisted hide. Length of quiver 40 cm. Arrows similar to those of 104839, but | Collection Otto Finsch. Cap. Thierry, Col. | Notes splint wrapped with strip of snake or lizard skin. Noz 104846 and 104847 with quiver. | Price [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 104845 1-16 | 478/1 | Acc. 941
Catalog Number: 104845.1
Description: quiver
Materials: wood, leather, animal hide, string
Cultural Attribution: Moba
Accession Number: [941] O. Finsch (Purchase)
Accession Year:
Other Numbers: 478/1
Collector/Source: Otto Finsch, Captain Thierry
EMu IRN: 1349826
GUID: 8f427948-c683-49a7-b96b-56a9b447748a

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