Spearhead in ivory

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Made from ivory

Donated by Mr Robert Ferguson in 1973
Museum number 1975-2-10

Ivory spearhead; very slender and slightly curved Inuit spear head. The Inuit were expert hunters, usuing spears and bows to kill animals for food and skins. This spearhead was once the property of Walter Kinnes, Lynecloch, Killin and was left in his house when it was sold.

Spearhead in ivory
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