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Own a piece of our culture and history. This tino aatahua piece was found in 1950s in the catlins. Ngaitahu territory. This has been certified and lodged with Canterbury museum. Please note you must be a registered collector of taonga tuturu to purchase this legally. It's easy to do and registration takes a matter of mins visit for more information.

Width: 6.5mm

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One piece fish hook, moa bone. Broken presumably during fishing point and part of the snood missing.
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  • Seller location: Auckland City, Auckland, NZ

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