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Arts and Crafts of the Cook Islands

Figure 177.—Butt ends of Rarotongan serrated clubs: a, butt end squared off; b, blunt point without flange; c, simple flange, transverse base without mesial notch; d, single two-pointed flange, sharp point; e, double two-pointed flanges with short point; f, double two-pointed flanges with long point; g, double flanges with lateral curves instead of points; h, triple two-pointed flange; i, triple two-pointed flanges but with points in mesial line instead of sides; j, four two-pointed flanges; k,…

Figure 177.—Butt ends of Rarotongan serrated clubs: a, butt end squared off; b, blunt point without flange; c, simple flange, transverse base without mesial notch; d, single two-pointed flange, sharp point; e, double two-pointed flanges with short point; f, double two-pointed flanges with long point; g, double flanges with lateral curves instead of points; h, triple two-pointed flange; i, triple two-pointed flanges but with points in mesial line instead of sides; j, four two-pointed flanges; k, triple four-pointed flanges with sharp point; l, four four-pointed flanges with two curved serrations on each side; m, five four-pointed flanges.

Figure 177.—Butt ends of Rarotongan serrated clubs: a, butt end squared off; b, blunt point without flange; c, simple flange, transverse base without mesial notch; d, single two-pointed flange, sharp point; e, double two-pointed flanges with short point; f, double two-pointed flanges with long point; g, double flanges with lateral curves instead of points; h, triple two-pointed flange; i, triple two-pointed flanges but with points in mesial line instead of sides; j, four two-pointed flanges; k, triple four-pointed flanges with sharp point; l, four four-pointed flanges with two curved serrations on each side; m, five four-pointed flanges.