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Carter No.: 046i

Handlist description: Four apron-shaped loin-cloths

Card/Transcription No.: 046i

46 (i) 4 Apron-shaped Loin-Cloths. 13

Folded into flat pads 10.5 x 9 x circ. 2.

<> 12 3 52 65 51

Upper edge of cloth selvedge. To make the curve edge turned over. Tape of darker cloth applied to edge 1 wide. Ends of this continued out loose for at least 23 to act as strings. All other edges of the garment rolled and sewn.

Cp. 50 l.

Sprayed with a solution of cellulose acetate in acetone.

Card no. 046i relating to Carter no. 046i
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