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Timber specimen, Talic (Terminalia littoralis). Samoa, acquired 1892

Made 1892

Timber of Talic, Terminalia littoralis; A Samoan timber (valuable) good for veneering; Locality: Samoa (SB). “No. 2865 D / TALIE. / Terminalia litoralis, Seem: (Combretaceae). / Samoa.” (PL).

Summary

Object No.

D2865

Object Statement

Timber specimen, Talic (Terminalia littoralis). Samoa, acquired 1892

Physical Description

Timber of Talic, Terminalia littoralis; A Samoan timber (valuable) good for veneering; Locality: Samoa (SB). "No. 2865 D / TALIE. / Terminalia litoralis, Seem: (Combretaceae). / Samoa." (PL).

Production

Made

1892

Source

Credit Line

Presented by W D P Keppel, 1892

Acquisition Date

18 November 1892

Cite this Object

Harvard

Timber specimen, Talic (Terminalia littoralis). Samoa, acquired 1892 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 March 2019, <https://ma.as/221998>

Wikipedia

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