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A) Large pestle shaped maul or hammer. This shape is also known as plain . B) Black plain shaped maul or hammer. This is in Box 44.C.4 Size 3. C) Small plain shaped maul or hammer. D) Broken top section of plain maul or hammer.; Good


D) Has a provenance of Oak Bay, near Victoria written on. The original European tribal names and, where possible, current tribal names have both been given in separate GLT fields.; The hammer would have been used with a deer horn wedge for splitting wood.; Exhibited: B) Old anthropological displays at CUMAA, Maudslay gallery, case 12, dismantled 15081986.; Collected by: Newall.R.S in 1914

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