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Hessian peg bag about 40 cm x 30 cm.
Flap closes over opening to bag.
Embroidery is of a penguin standing upright in water with red fish in its break.
Below lip of opening is sown cloth with an imprint of a river flowing under a bridge, with flowers and other vegetation.
The word "PEGS" is embroidered on the bag.



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Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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