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Question Please help me identify this lashing/knot!

Any know what this is called and how to tie it, or have a link to some type of instruction on it? Very clean and no noticeable knots on the backside. It looks like only one end is tucked behind the rows somehow...

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I believe it's this; The Sailor's Whipping
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Any know what this is called and how to tie it, or have a link to some type of instruction on it? Very clean and no noticeable knots on the backside. It looks like only one end is tucked behind the rows somehow...
Looks like a serving to me. Do a search for "Worm parcel and serve". Normally this would be done on a rope or stranded wire. to me this just looks like a serving around a pipe.
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Ringbolt hitching or coxcombing ... do websearch for same.
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