Old Aboriginal Hunting Boomerangs
updated on 19 September 2017
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These old Aboriginal hunting boomerangs from Australia are also called throwsticks or hunting sticks. These are primarily used for hunting, but they can also be used as shovels, for starting fires, skining animals, as musical clap sticks and many other utilitarian functions. They do not return to the thrower.

The Australian Government has published their laws regarding the Import and Export of Aboriginal Artifacts
The price of all items listed with a will have regular price reductions until they are sold.
Australian Aboriginal Hunting Boomerangs
Item Code
Price (USD)
Description
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K19
$126
Vintage Hunting Boomerang

South Australia

K20
$110
Vintage Hunting Boomerang

South Australia


Indian Hunting Boomerang
Item Code
Price (USD)
Description
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TB423
$198
Birudungi Boomerang from Southern India

Native American Artifacts
Item Code
Price (USD)
Description
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K34
$322 

(reserved)

Piute Rabbit Stick

San Carlos Reservation - 1980


Hunting Boomerangs made by Bob Foresi, USA
Item Code
Price (USD)
Description
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S02
$180
Hunting Boomerang - Weighted

Strip Laminated HL #6 - 1990

SC4
$135
Hunting Boomerang

Strip Laminated HL #16 - 1992


Please View the Historical Artifact Sale Prices web page as a guide to artifact pricing.
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