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Brown clay whistle with three figures playing instruments. The two outer figures wear white caps with brown tips and the central figure wears a brown hat with a wide brim. The figure on the left has a red coat with white pockets and plays a long triangular brown pipe. The figure in the centre wears a white coat with brown pockets and plays a flesh-coloured pipe. The figure on the right has a brown coat with white pockets and plays a short flesh-coloured pipe. All three figures have maroon pants and dark brown socks. They similarly all have brown skin, dark brown eyes and puffed cheeks. Each has a small square hole in the back of the neck and there is a small circular hole in the base.

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