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A carved whalebone model of a white sperm whale on jarrah plinth, possibly a model of the famed Judas Whale from Albany West Australian who's white colour helped local whalers track down pods of the harder to spot dark skinned whales, 11 cm long

A pair of whalebone boot hooks, glove stretcher and implement, 19th century, longest 26 cm

A whaler's pocket knife with tortoiseshell, mother of pearl and whalebone handle, carved with kangaroo and Lion, 19th century, 47 cm long

A solid whalebone walking stick with whalebone handle, 19th century, 87 cm

A 19th century whalebone handled sailors knife, 28 cm long

A whaling harpoon by Scorrar of London, 19th century, 98 cm long

Whalebone Pekapeka late 19th century/ early 20th century, central frontal tiki flanked by two profile manaia, finely carved with paua shell inset eyes, width 6 cm. Provenance: John Griffin collection

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

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

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