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Rectangular sheet of barkcloth decorated with designs in square panels, including a seated man in European dress. Various inscriptions, including "Ikieaulua Nuie oke 1887" (Ikiaulua = a high ranking person, oke = October), "Tamakautoca" (the name of a village) and "Tokeheloto" (Always remember).
Length: 152 centimetres
Width: 115 centimetres
- Curator's comments
Translations provided by John Pule. Added JEN 9/2001.
Bark-cloth, rectangular sheet of : decorated in black with inscriptions including "Niue .... 1887".
Given by G.A. Dickman Esq., County offices, Haverford West, Pembroke (1953). Formerly in the St. David's Museum.
- Not on display
- Poor. Rust damage. Fragile.
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Register 1953: Given by G.A. Dickman Esq., County offices, Haverford West, Pembroke (1953). Formerly in the St. David's Museum.
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
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