This type of club has a bulbous head and a spiral chisled pointed end for gripping in the hand. It is often called a throwing club, but I think it was used without being thrown. It was made in the 19 th Century using stone tools.The entire length has very fine longitudinal grooves made by stone tools except for the spiral grooved handle. This club is in very nice condition. There are very few marks from impact and no cracks. The two ends are slightly blunted. It is one of the best Aboriginal clubs I have seen. It is also larger than most Aboriginal clubs in my collection. Length = 69 cm ; Weight = 515 gm. I often list similar items in other categories. Most of my listings include collectibles from the Panama Canal Zone, artifacts, books, stamps and coins.
This includes boomerangs, license plates, molas, celts, slings and Aboriginal items. If an item does not sell, I often relist it within a month and reduce the price.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Ethnographic\Pacific Islands & Oceania". The seller is "tedbailey" and is located in this country: US.
This item can be shipped to United States.