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Carter No.: 048o

Handlist description: Straight stick decorated with coloured barks

Card/Transcription No.: 048o-1

48 (o) Straight stick decorated with coloured barks.

<> 2 16.5 24 37.2 138.2 150 151.2 151.8 A B C D E F G H

L. 151.8 Diam. 1.2 constant. Diam of handle 2 Stick entirely covered with bark. A. On top <> Rim green: rest light yellow on dark red. Below floral pattern. B. Bands of tiny patterns in black, dark red, green & light yellow. C. Plain light yellow brown. D. In centre band 2 wide, with cartouches (usual) flanked by 'millions of years'. Light on dark red. On either side a number of narrow bands of tiny patterns, light yellow brown on dark red. E Plain dark red. Beneath this, the whole length of band, the stick was covered with gold leaf. Cp. 135 (e) F Band, 7.2 wide, with captives bound back


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