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A set of lontar tools in a carved container
1910-1950
Rare set of lontar knives. By pushing the sharp top edge into the lontar leave a text or image could be drawn The handle is made of horn in the shape of an old wise man, and in the shape of two phantasy animals. The colour red indicates the nobility of the owner or user.


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Manuscript on dried lontar leaves, made in Bali
1920-1940
Prewar lontar manuscript which has two remarkable features; The seize; 55 cm long!! and the scenes depicted on the lontar leaves; fishes , fishermen and a waternymph. Maybe made in Sanur, where the fish played an important part in every day-life.


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Lontar manuscript
1930-1950


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Lontar-manuscript
1940-1960


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Lontar manuscript
1970-1`980


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Lontar-manuscript
1930-1940


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Lontar; story on palm-leaves
1930-1950


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Palm leaf-manuscript
1930-1950
Lontar with very detailed drawings of scenes from the Ramayana story. Not a souvenir item. Pls click on each photo to see two larger images.


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Palm leaf manuscipt, folded open and fixed in a frame with cover.
1930-1950
This manuscipt has very high-quality drawings which dates this item to the 1930s


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Manuscript on lontarleaves.
1920-1930
From a royal family on Lombok, but made on Bali. Very old and detailed manuscript with excellent drawings.


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Manuscript on dried lontarleaves made on Bali.
1950-1960
Very detailed drawings of scenes from the Ramayana story. Eight palm leaves. Pls click on each photo to see two larger images.
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