Tribal Australian
Description: Aboriginal Boomerang

Item: G182
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This returning boomerang measures 24 inches in length (straight across). The boomerang is undecorated and has two small chips on the underside of the leading tip. This boomerang was collected in the late 1950's and is believed to be from Mornington Island.

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Description: Aboriginal Boomerang

Item: G183
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This hunting boomerang measures 29 inches in length. It is unusual in that it is left-handed. The Aboriginals of Central Australia used this type of hunting boomerang. The surface of the boomerang shows adzing and is rubbed with ochre. File marks are present but there is no doubt this boomerang has been used traditionally.

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Description: Aboriginal Boomerang

Item: G184
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This boomerang measures 27 inches in length. The Aboriginals of Central Australia used this type of hunting boomerang. This boomerang has some fluting on the inner edge of the curve and shows some burn marks. Boomerangs were often used to stoke fires, incurring scorch marks in the process. This boomerang was collected in the 1940's and has areas of patina.

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Description: Aboriginal Boomerang

Item: G185
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This boomerang measures 28 inches in length. The top surface is fluted. The underside shows attractive chunky adzing. The Aboriginals of Central Australia used this type of hunting boomerang. A cargo pilot collected this boomerang in the early 1950's. It has a smooth overall patina.

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