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Object ID 800-93
Object Name Pipe, Micmac
Count 1
Description White limestone/chalk. Urn-like hemispheric bowl with 2 encircling raised rings. Tapered rectangular base with square cross section, tapers to prow; raised top and bottom edges on both sides.

Original catalog card: "Terraced-base MicMac Pipe. Locality: Marquette County. Received from S. D. Mitchell Collection. White Limestone. This pipe is made from a pure white limestone, has a terraced base ornamented with incised lines and scalloped keel. This specimen is a very old specimen. It illustrates a stage of development of art, in the unperforated-base style."
Material Stone
Dimensions H-3.6 W-2.6 L-3.2 cm
Collecting location Marquette County, WI
Collector Mitchell, Stephen D.
Other # Mitchell 49
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