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Four whalebone needle cases/bodkin, 19th century, Longest 10 cm

Whaling articulated head whale harpoon sliding ring type from percussion muzzle loading swivel gun, rare, 66 cm long

Whaling articulated head harpoon broad arrow marked from Govt Whaling boat C1850, 55 cm long

Whalebone Sailmaking tool with carved fist hand & multiple ring turnings, 19.5 cm

Whalebone egg cup & pieced whale bone egg, Anglo-Indian, 19th century. 15 cm

A large and heavy percussion, muzzle-loading skeleton stock whaling gun, possibly by C.C. Brand of Norwich, Connecticut, circa 1850

A cedar whale boat hull model, 19th century, 23 cm high, 107 cm wide, 10 cm deep

Two carved wooden whale boat models, 19th century, the largest 38 cm

A carved whalebone model of a whaling boat, 19th century, complete with rigging, carved miniature implements and oars, 59 cm long

A whalebone ivory mounted coconut shell dipper, second half 19th century, 32.5 cm long. Note: For similar examples see: The Barbara Johnson Whaling Collection: Part 1, Sotheby's New York, December 1981, lot 418

A small brass model of a deck mounted whaling gun, 20th century, 18 cm long

A cast bronze breech and drawn brass barrelled muzzle-loading shoulder bomb whaling lance gun with skeleton stock, manufactured by William Lewis of New Bedford, circa 1896, 85 cm long

A large and heavy percussion, muzzle-loading skeleton stock whaling gun, possibly by C.C. Brand of Norwich, Connecticut, circa 1850, 91 cm long

A collection of ropework whale boat fittings, 19th century and later, the largest 98 cm

A large hook ended flensing iron made by W. Gilpin, Wedges Mills Kent, 19th century, 83 cm long. Note: Gilpins - A William Gilpin & Co. is listed as a UK maker of plane irons 1868-1946 and a W. Gilpin (no & Co.) is listed as a chisel maker there with no da

A large wooden base dual-flue whaling harpoon, 19th century, 223 cm long

An iron barbed dual-flue whale harpoon, made by Scorrar of London, English, 19th century, reputedly from a Private Museum, Boydtown NSW, 96 cm long

An iron whale spearhead, 19th century, 79.5 cm long

An iron whale tongue knife, made by Scorrar London, English, 19th century, 81 cm long

Two forged iron flensing blades, 19th century, the longest 70 cm

An iron whale killing lance, 19th century, stamped IW to the blade, 145 cm long

A small collection of whalebone mounted implements, 19th century, comprising a whaler's knife, bale hooks, a ships carpenter's mallet, a fid/screwdriver, a folding pocketknife and a folding whaler's knife made by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, the mallet 21 cm

A small collection of ivory and whalebone measuring instruments and rulers, 19th century, the ivory pencil made by A. Tornaghi & Co. Sydney; the larger folding carpenters ruler inscribed Edgar Banks, Morden House, Lewisham S.E., the ivory ruler 31.5 cm

A small whalebone mounted steel fid and a large leather cased steel fid, 19th/20th century, the largest 35 cm

Three whalebone seam rubbers, second half 19th century, the largest 17.5 cm