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Museum catalogue: Arctic Material Culture Collection

 

Kayak, model; equipment

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Accession no.: N: 202a-j
Title: Kayak, model; equipment
Description: Kayak, model. Kitaamiut (West Greenlanders). Edegesminde, Kalaallit Nunaata Kitaa (West Greenland), 1927-1935. Fully rigged as for hunting, a - kayak, b - rifle case, c - rifle, d - bird dart, e - throwing stick, f - paddle, g - harpoon, h - tray, i - hunting screen, j - sealskin mat. Should also have harpoon line and bladder.
Classified name:
Current cultural affiliation Kilamiut
Former cultural affiliation West Greenlanders
Current place name Kalaallit Nunaata Kitaa > Edegesminde
Former place name West Greenland > Edegesminde
Gender male
Getty AAT Models
Field collection:
Person hutchison
Place Kalaallit Nunaata Kitaa (West Greenland) > Egedesminde
Date 1927
Number of items: 10
Full description:

a: Kayak (a) frame is made of wood and consists of two gunwales which taper to a point at stem and stern, 5 rectangular cross beams mortised into the inner side of the gunwales, 1 cross beam (masik) in front of the cockpit, 4 bent ribs, keelson along V-bottom, two side stringers, one deck stringer, and an oval-shaped cockpit coaming. Frame is covered with translucent seal skin ? sewn with sinew. Strip of ivory is attached to underside at each end with three or four metal rivets. Bone knob is fitted on the pointed stem end. Semi-circular wood rudder is secured to underside near stern with sinew thread wrapped around deck. Two pairs of dehaired seal skin cross straps threaded through one or two ivory tighteners are stretched across the deck in front of the cockpit; one pair behind is threaded through one ivory tightener. A single cross strap of same threaded through three circular tighteners is secured to deck at stem and stern. Triangular riflecase (b) is made from dehaired seal skin tapering towards straight end which is attached to the front of the kayak deck with brown thread. Upper edge of case is turned to the exterior. Rectangular wooden support with a circular wood peg at each end is secured to opening of case with sinew (see Nooter 1991: 325; Porsild 1914: 183). Wood rifle (c) is inserted into gun case. Bird dart (d) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Dart consists of a circular wooden shaft, three ivory lateral prongs with three barbs secured to mid-section with thread and pointed ivory head inserted into ivory cap at distal end of shaft. Lance (e) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Pointed flattened ivory point is inserted into distal end of circular wood shaft which tapers towards proximal end. Double-bladed paddle (f) and harpoon (g) are secured under cross straps behind cockpit. Strips of ivory are secured to each side and end of paddle blades with rivets. Wooden harpoon shaft is oval in cross-section and flares towards straight distal end which is capped with ivory. Separate ivory foreshaft is attached by two seal skin thongs. Shaft tapers towards proximal end which terminates in a pointed ivory cap. Triangular wood and ivory throwing board is secured to shaft with ivory rivet and peg and string. Rack for harpoon line (h), on interior, consists of an wooden oval frame with three wood props radiating from the central cross bar. Frame is attached to each side of cross bar with one or two ivory pegs. Ivory eye is attached to one side of frame with sinew. Wood toggle is attached to underside with sinew. Frame is supported on three legs. Hunting screen (i) is made from a rectangular piece of cream dehaired seal skin. Rectangular dehaired seal skin mat (j) on interior.

b: Kayak (a) frame is made of wood and consists of two gunwales which taper to a point at stem and stern, 5 rectangular cross beams mortised into the inner side of the gunwales, 1 cross beam (masik) in front of the cockpit, 4 bent ribs, keelson along V-bottom, two side stringers, one deck stringer, and an oval-shaped cockpit coaming. Frame is covered with translucent seal skin ? sewn with sinew. Strip of ivory is attached to underside at each end with three or four metal rivets. Bone knob is fitted on the pointed stem end. Semi-circular wood rudder is secured to underside near stern with sinew thread wrapped around deck. Two pairs of dehaired seal skin cross straps threaded through one or two ivory tighteners are stretched across the deck in front of the cockpit; one pair behind is threaded through one ivory tightener. A single cross strap of same threaded through three circular tighteners is secured to deck at stem and stern. Triangular riflecase (b) is made from dehaired seal skin tapering towards straight end which is attached to the front of the kayak deck with brown thread. Upper edge of case is turned to the exterior. Rectangular wooden support with a circular wood peg at each end is secured to opening of case with sinew (see Nooter 1991: 325; Porsild 1914: 183). Wood rifle (c) is inserted into gun case. Bird dart (d) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Dart consists of a circular wooden shaft, three ivory lateral prongs with three barbs secured to mid-section with thread and pointed ivory head inserted into ivory cap at distal end of shaft. Lance (e) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Pointed flattened ivory point is inserted into distal end of circular wood shaft which tapers towards proximal end. Double-bladed paddle (f) and harpoon (g) are secured under cross straps behind cockpit. Strips of ivory are secured to each side and end of paddle blades with rivets. Wooden harpoon shaft is oval in cross-section and flares towards straight distal end which is capped with ivory. Separate ivory foreshaft is attached by two seal skin thongs. Shaft tapers towards proximal end which terminates in a pointed ivory cap. Triangular wood and ivory throwing board is secured to shaft with ivory rivet and peg and string. Rack for harpoon line (h), on interior, consists of an wooden oval frame with three wood props radiating from the central cross bar. Frame is attached to each side of cross bar with one or two ivory pegs. Ivory eye is attached to one side of frame with sinew. Wood toggle is attached to underside with sinew. Frame is supported on three legs. Hunting screen (i) is made from a rectangular piece of cream dehaired seal skin. Rectangular dehaired seal skin mat (j) on interior.

c: Kayak (a) frame is made of wood and consists of two gunwales which taper to a point at stem and stern, 5 rectangular cross beams mortised into the inner side of the gunwales, 1 cross beam (masik) in front of the cockpit, 4 bent ribs, keelson along V-bottom, two side stringers, one deck stringer, and an oval-shaped cockpit coaming. Frame is covered with translucent seal skin ? sewn with sinew. Strip of ivory is attached to underside at each end with three or four metal rivets. Bone knob is fitted on the pointed stem end. Semi-circular wood rudder is secured to underside near stern with sinew thread wrapped around deck. Two pairs of dehaired seal skin cross straps threaded through one or two ivory tighteners are stretched across the deck in front of the cockpit; one pair behind is threaded through one ivory tightener. A single cross strap of same threaded through three circular tighteners is secured to deck at stem and stern. Triangular riflecase (b) is made from dehaired seal skin tapering towards straight end which is attached to the front of the kayak deck with brown thread. Upper edge of case is turned to the exterior. Rectangular wooden support with a circular wood peg at each end is secured to opening of case with sinew (see Nooter 1991: 325; Porsild 1914: 183). Wood rifle (c) is inserted into gun case. Bird dart (d) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Dart consists of a circular wooden shaft, three ivory lateral prongs with three barbs secured to mid-section with thread and pointed ivory head inserted into ivory cap at distal end of shaft. Lance (e) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Pointed flattened ivory point is inserted into distal end of circular wood shaft which tapers towards proximal end. Double-bladed paddle (f) and harpoon (g) are secured under cross straps behind cockpit. Strips of ivory are secured to each side and end of paddle blades with rivets. Wooden harpoon shaft is oval in cross-section and flares towards straight distal end which is capped with ivory. Separate ivory foreshaft is attached by two seal skin thongs. Shaft tapers towards proximal end which terminates in a pointed ivory cap. Triangular wood and ivory throwing board is secured to shaft with ivory rivet and peg and string. Rack for harpoon line (h), on interior, consists of an wooden oval frame with three wood props radiating from the central cross bar. Frame is attached to each side of cross bar with one or two ivory pegs. Ivory eye is attached to one side of frame with sinew. Wood toggle is attached to underside with sinew. Frame is supported on three legs. Hunting screen (i) is made from a rectangular piece of cream dehaired seal skin. Rectangular dehaired seal skin mat (j) on interior.

d: Kayak (a) frame is made of wood and consists of two gunwales which taper to a point at stem and stern, 5 rectangular cross beams mortised into the inner side of the gunwales, 1 cross beam (masik) in front of the cockpit, 4 bent ribs, keelson along V-bottom, two side stringers, one deck stringer, and an oval-shaped cockpit coaming. Frame is covered with translucent seal skin ? sewn with sinew. Strip of ivory is attached to underside at each end with three or four metal rivets. Bone knob is fitted on the pointed stem end. Semi-circular wood rudder is secured to underside near stern with sinew thread wrapped around deck. Two pairs of dehaired seal skin cross straps threaded through one or two ivory tighteners are stretched across the deck in front of the cockpit; one pair behind is threaded through one ivory tightener. A single cross strap of same threaded through three circular tighteners is secured to deck at stem and stern. Triangular riflecase (b) is made from dehaired seal skin tapering towards straight end which is attached to the front of the kayak deck with brown thread. Upper edge of case is turned to the exterior. Rectangular wooden support with a circular wood peg at each end is secured to opening of case with sinew (see Nooter 1991: 325; Porsild 1914: 183). Wood rifle (c) is inserted into gun case. Bird dart (d) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Dart consists of a circular wooden shaft, three ivory lateral prongs with three barbs secured to mid-section with thread and pointed ivory head inserted into ivory cap at distal end of shaft. Lance (e) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Pointed flattened ivory point is inserted into distal end of circular wood shaft which tapers towards proximal end. Double-bladed paddle (f) and harpoon (g) are secured under cross straps behind cockpit. Strips of ivory are secured to each side and end of paddle blades with rivets. Wooden harpoon shaft is oval in cross-section and flares towards straight distal end which is capped with ivory. Separate ivory foreshaft is attached by two seal skin thongs. Shaft tapers towards proximal end which terminates in a pointed ivory cap. Triangular wood and ivory throwing board is secured to shaft with ivory rivet and peg and string. Rack for harpoon line (h), on interior, consists of an wooden oval frame with three wood props radiating from the central cross bar. Frame is attached to each side of cross bar with one or two ivory pegs. Ivory eye is attached to one side of frame with sinew. Wood toggle is attached to underside with sinew. Frame is supported on three legs. Hunting screen (i) is made from a rectangular piece of cream dehaired seal skin. Rectangular dehaired seal skin mat (j) on interior.

e: Kayak (a) frame is made of wood and consists of two gunwales which taper to a point at stem and stern, 5 rectangular cross beams mortised into the inner side of the gunwales, 1 cross beam (masik) in front of the cockpit, 4 bent ribs, keelson along V-bottom, two side stringers, one deck stringer, and an oval-shaped cockpit coaming. Frame is covered with translucent seal skin ? sewn with sinew. Strip of ivory is attached to underside at each end with three or four metal rivets. Bone knob is fitted on the pointed stem end. Semi-circular wood rudder is secured to underside near stern with sinew thread wrapped around deck. Two pairs of dehaired seal skin cross straps threaded through one or two ivory tighteners are stretched across the deck in front of the cockpit; one pair behind is threaded through one ivory tightener. A single cross strap of same threaded through three circular tighteners is secured to deck at stem and stern. Triangular riflecase (b) is made from dehaired seal skin tapering towards straight end which is attached to the front of the kayak deck with brown thread. Upper edge of case is turned to the exterior. Rectangular wooden support with a circular wood peg at each end is secured to opening of case with sinew (see Nooter 1991: 325; Porsild 1914: 183). Wood rifle (c) is inserted into gun case. Bird dart (d) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Dart consists of a circular wooden shaft, three ivory lateral prongs with three barbs secured to mid-section with thread and pointed ivory head inserted into ivory cap at distal end of shaft. Lance (e) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Pointed flattened ivory point is inserted into distal end of circular wood shaft which tapers towards proximal end. Double-bladed paddle (f) and harpoon (g) are secured under cross straps behind cockpit. Strips of ivory are secured to each side and end of paddle blades with rivets. Wooden harpoon shaft is oval in cross-section and flares towards straight distal end which is capped with ivory. Separate ivory foreshaft is attached by two seal skin thongs. Shaft tapers towards proximal end which terminates in a pointed ivory cap. Triangular wood and ivory throwing board is secured to shaft with ivory rivet and peg and string. Rack for harpoon line (h), on interior, consists of an wooden oval frame with three wood props radiating from the central cross bar. Frame is attached to each side of cross bar with one or two ivory pegs. Ivory eye is attached to one side of frame with sinew. Wood toggle is attached to underside with sinew. Frame is supported on three legs. Hunting screen (i) is made from a rectangular piece of cream dehaired seal skin. Rectangular dehaired seal skin mat (j) on interior.

f: Kayak (a) frame is made of wood and consists of two gunwales which taper to a point at stem and stern, 5 rectangular cross beams mortised into the inner side of the gunwales, 1 cross beam (masik) in front of the cockpit, 4 bent ribs, keelson along V-bottom, two side stringers, one deck stringer, and an oval-shaped cockpit coaming. Frame is covered with translucent seal skin ? sewn with sinew. Strip of ivory is attached to underside at each end with three or four metal rivets. Bone knob is fitted on the pointed stem end. Semi-circular wood rudder is secured to underside near stern with sinew thread wrapped around deck. Two pairs of dehaired seal skin cross straps threaded through one or two ivory tighteners are stretched across the deck in front of the cockpit; one pair behind is threaded through one ivory tightener. A single cross strap of same threaded through three circular tighteners is secured to deck at stem and stern. Triangular riflecase (b) is made from dehaired seal skin tapering towards straight end which is attached to the front of the kayak deck with brown thread. Upper edge of case is turned to the exterior. Rectangular wooden support with a circular wood peg at each end is secured to opening of case with sinew (see Nooter 1991: 325; Porsild 1914: 183). Wood rifle (c) is inserted into gun case. Bird dart (d) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Dart consists of a circular wooden shaft, three ivory lateral prongs with three barbs secured to mid-section with thread and pointed ivory head inserted into ivory cap at distal end of shaft. Lance (e) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Pointed flattened ivory point is inserted into distal end of circular wood shaft which tapers towards proximal end. Double-bladed paddle (f) and harpoon (g) are secured under cross straps behind cockpit. Strips of ivory are secured to each side and end of paddle blades with rivets. Wooden harpoon shaft is oval in cross-section and flares towards straight distal end which is capped with ivory. Separate ivory foreshaft is attached by two seal skin thongs. Shaft tapers towards proximal end which terminates in a pointed ivory cap. Triangular wood and ivory throwing board is secured to shaft with ivory rivet and peg and string. Rack for harpoon line (h), on interior, consists of an wooden oval frame with three wood props radiating from the central cross bar. Frame is attached to each side of cross bar with one or two ivory pegs. Ivory eye is attached to one side of frame with sinew. Wood toggle is attached to underside with sinew. Frame is supported on three legs. Hunting screen (i) is made from a rectangular piece of cream dehaired seal skin. Rectangular dehaired seal skin mat (j) on interior.

g: Kayak (a) frame is made of wood and consists of two gunwales which taper to a point at stem and stern, 5 rectangular cross beams mortised into the inner side of the gunwales, 1 cross beam (masik) in front of the cockpit, 4 bent ribs, keelson along V-bottom, two side stringers, one deck stringer, and an oval-shaped cockpit coaming. Frame is covered with translucent seal skin ? sewn with sinew. Strip of ivory is attached to underside at each end with three or four metal rivets. Bone knob is fitted on the pointed stem end. Semi-circular wood rudder is secured to underside near stern with sinew thread wrapped around deck. Two pairs of dehaired seal skin cross straps threaded through one or two ivory tighteners are stretched across the deck in front of the cockpit; one pair behind is threaded through one ivory tightener. A single cross strap of same threaded through three circular tighteners is secured to deck at stem and stern. Triangular riflecase (b) is made from dehaired seal skin tapering towards straight end which is attached to the front of the kayak deck with brown thread. Upper edge of case is turned to the exterior. Rectangular wooden support with a circular wood peg at each end is secured to opening of case with sinew (see Nooter 1991: 325; Porsild 1914: 183). Wood rifle (c) is inserted into gun case. Bird dart (d) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Dart consists of a circular wooden shaft, three ivory lateral prongs with three barbs secured to mid-section with thread and pointed ivory head inserted into ivory cap at distal end of shaft. Lance (e) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Pointed flattened ivory point is inserted into distal end of circular wood shaft which tapers towards proximal end. Double-bladed paddle (f) and harpoon (g) are secured under cross straps behind cockpit. Strips of ivory are secured to each side and end of paddle blades with rivets. Wooden harpoon shaft is oval in cross-section and flares towards straight distal end which is capped with ivory. Separate ivory foreshaft is attached by two seal skin thongs. Shaft tapers towards proximal end which terminates in a pointed ivory cap. Triangular wood and ivory throwing board is secured to shaft with ivory rivet and peg and string. Rack for harpoon line (h), on interior, consists of an wooden oval frame with three wood props radiating from the central cross bar. Frame is attached to each side of cross bar with one or two ivory pegs. Ivory eye is attached to one side of frame with sinew. Wood toggle is attached to underside with sinew. Frame is supported on three legs. Hunting screen (i) is made from a rectangular piece of cream dehaired seal skin. Rectangular dehaired seal skin mat (j) on interior.

h: Kayak (a) frame is made of wood and consists of two gunwales which taper to a point at stem and stern, 5 rectangular cross beams mortised into the inner side of the gunwales, 1 cross beam (masik) in front of the cockpit, 4 bent ribs, keelson along V-bottom, two side stringers, one deck stringer, and an oval-shaped cockpit coaming. Frame is covered with translucent seal skin ? sewn with sinew. Strip of ivory is attached to underside at each end with three or four metal rivets. Bone knob is fitted on the pointed stem end. Semi-circular wood rudder is secured to underside near stern with sinew thread wrapped around deck. Two pairs of dehaired seal skin cross straps threaded through one or two ivory tighteners are stretched across the deck in front of the cockpit; one pair behind is threaded through one ivory tightener. A single cross strap of same threaded through three circular tighteners is secured to deck at stem and stern. Triangular riflecase (b) is made from dehaired seal skin tapering towards straight end which is attached to the front of the kayak deck with brown thread. Upper edge of case is turned to the exterior. Rectangular wooden support with a circular wood peg at each end is secured to opening of case with sinew (see Nooter 1991: 325; Porsild 1914: 183). Wood rifle (c) is inserted into gun case. Bird dart (d) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Dart consists of a circular wooden shaft, three ivory lateral prongs with three barbs secured to mid-section with thread and pointed ivory head inserted into ivory cap at distal end of shaft. Lance (e) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Pointed flattened ivory point is inserted into distal end of circular wood shaft which tapers towards proximal end. Double-bladed paddle (f) and harpoon (g) are secured under cross straps behind cockpit. Strips of ivory are secured to each side and end of paddle blades with rivets. Wooden harpoon shaft is oval in cross-section and flares towards straight distal end which is capped with ivory. Separate ivory foreshaft is attached by two seal skin thongs. Shaft tapers towards proximal end which terminates in a pointed ivory cap. Triangular wood and ivory throwing board is secured to shaft with ivory rivet and peg and string. Rack for harpoon line (h), on interior, consists of an wooden oval frame with three wood props radiating from the central cross bar. Frame is attached to each side of cross bar with one or two ivory pegs. Ivory eye is attached to one side of frame with sinew. Wood toggle is attached to underside with sinew. Frame is supported on three legs. Hunting screen (i) is made from a rectangular piece of cream dehaired seal skin. Rectangular dehaired seal skin mat (j) on interior.

i: Kayak (a) frame is made of wood and consists of two gunwales which taper to a point at stem and stern, 5 rectangular cross beams mortised into the inner side of the gunwales, 1 cross beam (masik) in front of the cockpit, 4 bent ribs, keelson along V-bottom, two side stringers, one deck stringer, and an oval-shaped cockpit coaming. Frame is covered with translucent seal skin ? sewn with sinew. Strip of ivory is attached to underside at each end with three or four metal rivets. Bone knob is fitted on the pointed stem end. Semi-circular wood rudder is secured to underside near stern with sinew thread wrapped around deck. Two pairs of dehaired seal skin cross straps threaded through one or two ivory tighteners are stretched across the deck in front of the cockpit; one pair behind is threaded through one ivory tightener. A single cross strap of same threaded through three circular tighteners is secured to deck at stem and stern. Triangular riflecase (b) is made from dehaired seal skin tapering towards straight end which is attached to the front of the kayak deck with brown thread. Upper edge of case is turned to the exterior. Rectangular wooden support with a circular wood peg at each end is secured to opening of case with sinew (see Nooter 1991: 325; Porsild 1914: 183). Wood rifle (c) is inserted into gun case. Bird dart (d) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Dart consists of a circular wooden shaft, three ivory lateral prongs with three barbs secured to mid-section with thread and pointed ivory head inserted into ivory cap at distal end of shaft. Lance (e) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Pointed flattened ivory point is inserted into distal end of circular wood shaft which tapers towards proximal end. Double-bladed paddle (f) and harpoon (g) are secured under cross straps behind cockpit. Strips of ivory are secured to each side and end of paddle blades with rivets. Wooden harpoon shaft is oval in cross-section and flares towards straight distal end which is capped with ivory. Separate ivory foreshaft is attached by two seal skin thongs. Shaft tapers towards proximal end which terminates in a pointed ivory cap. Triangular wood and ivory throwing board is secured to shaft with ivory rivet and peg and string. Rack for harpoon line (h), on interior, consists of an wooden oval frame with three wood props radiating from the central cross bar. Frame is attached to each side of cross bar with one or two ivory pegs. Ivory eye is attached to one side of frame with sinew. Wood toggle is attached to underside with sinew. Frame is supported on three legs. Hunting screen (i) is made from a rectangular piece of cream dehaired seal skin. Rectangular dehaired seal skin mat (j) on interior.

j: Kayak (a) frame is made of wood and consists of two gunwales which taper to a point at stem and stern, 5 rectangular cross beams mortised into the inner side of the gunwales, 1 cross beam (masik) in front of the cockpit, 4 bent ribs, keelson along V-bottom, two side stringers, one deck stringer, and an oval-shaped cockpit coaming. Frame is covered with translucent seal skin ? sewn with sinew. Strip of ivory is attached to underside at each end with three or four metal rivets. Bone knob is fitted on the pointed stem end. Semi-circular wood rudder is secured to underside near stern with sinew thread wrapped around deck. Two pairs of dehaired seal skin cross straps threaded through one or two ivory tighteners are stretched across the deck in front of the cockpit; one pair behind is threaded through one ivory tightener. A single cross strap of same threaded through three circular tighteners is secured to deck at stem and stern. Triangular riflecase (b) is made from dehaired seal skin tapering towards straight end which is attached to the front of the kayak deck with brown thread. Upper edge of case is turned to the exterior. Rectangular wooden support with a circular wood peg at each end is secured to opening of case with sinew (see Nooter 1991: 325; Porsild 1914: 183). Wood rifle (c) is inserted into gun case. Bird dart (d) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Dart consists of a circular wooden shaft, three ivory lateral prongs with three barbs secured to mid-section with thread and pointed ivory head inserted into ivory cap at distal end of shaft. Lance (e) is secured under cross straps in front of cockpit. Pointed flattened ivory point is inserted into distal end of circular wood shaft which tapers towards proximal end. Double-bladed paddle (f) and harpoon (g) are secured under cross straps behind cockpit. Strips of ivory are secured to each side and end of paddle blades with rivets. Wooden harpoon shaft is oval in cross-section and flares towards straight distal end which is capped with ivory. Separate ivory foreshaft is attached by two seal skin thongs. Shaft tapers towards proximal end which terminates in a pointed ivory cap. Triangular wood and ivory throwing board is secured to shaft with ivory rivet and peg and string. Rack for harpoon line (h), on interior, consists of an wooden oval frame with three wood props radiating from the central cross bar. Frame is attached to each side of cross bar with one or two ivory pegs. Ivory eye is attached to one side of frame with sinew. Wood toggle is attached to underside with sinew. Frame is supported on three legs. Hunting screen (i) is made from a rectangular piece of cream dehaired seal skin. Rectangular dehaired seal skin mat (j) on interior.

Dimensions:
  • a: Width: 72mm, height: 55mm, length: 730mm
  • b: Width: 22mm, length: 144mm
  • c: Width: 11mm, length: 115mm
  • d: Width: 12mm, length: 141mm
  • e: Width: 5mm, length: 122mm
  • f: Width: 13mm, length: 237mm
  • g: Width: 11mm, length: 207mm
  • h: Width: 43mm, height: 19mm, length: 37mm
  • i: Width: 43mm, length: 66mm
  • j: Width: 62mm, length: 87mm