SOLD ITEM 5327 - Eskimo walrus tusk cribbage board c1911

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This Inuit Eskimo scrimshaw etched cribbage board measures 20 and one half inches long and is dated April 14 1911 on its reverse. The Eskimos learned to make cribbage boards form contacts with whalers in the mid 19th century. This Walrus tusk depicts walrus and fish. There is one chip and a one half inch line crack at the end where the tusk met the walrus.
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