Seller: minjama (1.603) 100%, Location: FLAXTON, Queensland, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 323456038163 Both artefacts would date to the late 19thc, & were found together in a coastal town in Central Qld in the 1930's, and have been displayed in a private museum in Qld ever since. The throwing club is very well balanced and carved from a rich reddish/brown hardwood. Shows signs of use and the shell scraping from when it was made. Inscribed no 4, at the end. Meas: 63cms long. The boomerang also has distinct lines from manufacture from shell or other primitive tool. Mid brown wood, with a dark red/brown ochre, and a very old finish applied, which is so old it is hard to see. Plenty of evidence of use with chips to top edge and ends. There are carved lines at the grip end. Inscribed no 33 at the top end. Meas: 60x5cms.