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Club

A knobkerry (pron.no-ker-ree) was a traditional wooden club used in the hunting of animals or as a weapon in war. Its length is 775mm....

Club

A knobkerrie (club) with a trefoil head design. Its length is 635mm....

Club

A wood club carved with an abstract design. Its length is 743mm....

Club

A wood staff with its head carved in the form of a ‘maned’ face. The country of origin is unknown but the donor Dr. W.E. Glover acquired items from Cameroon,...

Club

“The father of the donor, W. Grant, was a missionary at Sekubu, northern part of Basutoloand, near the Orange Free State border, before and during the Boer War. All this...

Club

Up until the 19th century, Indian nations in former British Guiana used clubs for warfare and as items of ceremonial regalia. They are made from a hardwood (likely Brosimum sp.),...

Whalebone club

This whalebone club was collected by midshipman John Woodward Scott. He sailed with Captain George Vancouver to the Northwest Coast and Southeast Alaska, 1791-5....

Macehead

This perforated South African club head dates to between 2,000 and 4,000 years ago. The tool is made out of greenstone and it would have been a task of great...