Lot 6    

Yupik Whalebone Sculpture of Walrus by Bernard Toolie,
Special Collection:American Indian & Western Art
1976
with ivory tusks and baleen eyes, signed and dated on bottom, length 12" x height 6.5".


Provenance:  
Collected by Ray Swanson (1937-2004), Western Artist


Condition:  
Baleen eyes missing on larger walrus
Sold: $58.75
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