quiver (hunting, fishing & trapping)

Quiver and arrows, quiver made from internode; bound with cloth and plaited cane. Bamboo carrying strap attached. Arrows feather flighted and deeply notched. Head of iron, with somewhat blunt point, long barbs and tang. Six specimens are of this type, but the seventh is in the process of manufacture, being unflighted, though one groove is cut, and in place of the head is a squared wooden fore-shaft intended for a socketed point.

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