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 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 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
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