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Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History | 22-43 | Country Africa | Locality Cameroons | People Bali Kumbat Stock | Name Pipe stem covered with black & white striped beads. Three circles of military buttons. Coil of brass wire at one end, plain cylindrical blue & green beads at other end. | Collection Field Museum of Natural History Purchase | Notes | Width | Length 1 m 55 cms | Height | Price [LEFT MARGIN] A | 175852 | ENT | Acc. 1608Catalog Number: 175852.1Description: pipe stemMaterials: glass beads, metal; brass wire, wood, metal (button), plant material, fiber cord, string, clothCultural Attribution: BalikumbatAccession Number:  J. Kleykamp (Purchase)Accession Year: 1925Collector/Source: Jan KleykampEMu IRN: 1372589GUID: c4f5d26b-6ebc-434d-af45-4560a8d4dfe3
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