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Triple whistle made of three single whistle parts of equal length which are now rebound as two separate pieces (parts a-b). Part a consists of two parts bound together with cord; part b is the third matching part from the other side, which is now detached. The outer pieces are rectangular in cross section while the middle piece is square in cross section. All three pieces are bound with cord near their outer ends and middle. Upper portions of each whistle are painted blue, as is the binding at that end. The middle and left side pieces (part a) are bound together at their tapered ends with white cord. The right side piece (part b) shows past evidence (indented cord marks) of being bound at the end. While the wider end is solid on each piece, there are hollowed areas through each tapered end, through to the cut out rectangular holes.

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