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Photograph (black and white); a bird's eye view of a fragmented wooden canoe prow.
Gelatin silver print
- Photographed in: Dunfermline
- (Europe,United Kingdom,Scotland,Fife,Dunfermline)
- Height: 16.5 centimetres
- Width: 21.9 centimetres
Inscription ContentMaori canoe prow (fragmented)
Bird's eye (top) view
excavated in a swamp in New Zealand by - Dunlop C.1850
See Board of Trade, export license
Presented: Pittencrieff Museum, Dunfermline to Dunedin Mus. N.Z., Oct 1952
Inscription Commenthandwritten in pencil
Inscription ContentNorval LTD
The canoe prow in this photo was given from Pittencrieff Museum, Scotland to Dunedin Museum, New Zealand in October 1952
See also Oc,B10.15
- Associated with: New Zealand
- (Oceania,Polynesia,New Zealand)
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EPF89756
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