|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Credit Line:||Purchased from Misses Elizabeth H. Metcalf and Sarah S. Metcalf, 1950|
|Other Number:||61 - Other Number|
"Point" end whittles down, wood not discolored suggests that a tight binding or a socketed point had been present; shaft: brown wood painted darker at nock end; feathers lashed tangentially to shaft by tight spirals of fine twine; nock end cut off squarely.
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