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Barkcloth Beater

Adoption Number: 1915A53.1

Late 19th or 20th Century

This barkcloth beater, made from wood and horn, was collected in Africa by the traveller and diarist Helen Caddick, who lived in York Road, Edgbaston.

Suggested donation: £10.00

Barkcloth Beater

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