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116<br><u>Tait</u> in Trans. Royal Sty Edin. Vol 32. p506a.<br>gives this figure (which is the precise ar-<br>rangement in fig.1 seen from the back)<br>The crossings here are<br>not alternate. I don’t<br>know whether <u>Tait’s</u> figure shows the breaks for the<br>crossings, but presumably so. The knot is<br>K<sub>3</sub> <sup>5a</sup>/<sub>10c</sub> = II<sub>3</sub> <sup>5b</sup>/<sub>10c</sub><br>* The Japanese method is unknown to<br>the author, but the above is easy enough.
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116<br><u>Tait</u> in Trans. Royal Sty Edin. Vol 32. p506a.<br>gives this figure (which is the precise ar-<br>rangement in fig.1 seen from the back)<br>The crossings here are<br>not alternate. I don’t<br>know whether <u>Tait’s</u> figure shows the breaks for the<br>crossings, but presumably so. The knot is<br>K<sub>3</sub> <sup>5a</sup>/<sub>10c</sub> = II<sub>3</sub> <sup>5b</sup>/<sub>10c</sub><br>* The Japanese method is unknown to<br>the author, but the above is easy enough.<br><br>
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&para; Vic. & Alb. Mus. Orient<sup>l</sup> Coll. Cross Gall.<br>
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Room 20. Japan. Suits of armour. several.<br>
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make as vol. 5.259.B.<br>
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&para;Cf ^ <i>Victora &</i> Albert Museum. (S. Kensington) Oriental Collections.<br>
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Cross Gallery. Room 21. Japanese Sedan Chair, where <br>
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this knot (or one resembling it) may be seen.

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116
Tait in Trans. Royal Sty Edin. Vol 32. p506a.
gives this figure (which is the precise ar-
rangement in fig.1 seen from the back)
The crossings here are
not alternate. I don’t
know whether Tait’s figure shows the breaks for the
crossings, but presumably so. The knot is
K3 5a/10c = II3 5b/10c
* The Japanese method is unknown to
the author, but the above is easy enough.

¶ Vic. & Alb. Mus. Orientl Coll. Cross Gall.
Room 20. Japan. Suits of armour. several.
make as vol. 5.259.B.
¶Cf ^ Victora & Albert Museum. (S. Kensington) Oriental Collections.
Cross Gallery. Room 21. Japanese Sedan Chair, where
this knot (or one resembling it) may be seen.