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Alaksan Eskimo Bone Harpoon Point with Collection Label
5/12/2016 - American Indian Art: Timed Online Auction - ends 5/23
carved with serrated edge and incised decoration; stone blade; handwritten collection tag reads: Eskimo/ Large arrow head of considerable age with bone shank and slate point. A long ownership mark is on one side/ 15 July 1924, length 9 in.
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