Australian Aboriginal Boomerangs
updated on 14 April 2018
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The Australian Government has published their laws regarding the Import and Export of Aboriginal Artifacts
This web page has returning shape boomerangs that were made by Australian Aborigines. Many of these were made for the tourist industry. Some of these do return to the thrower and some do not. These are the boomerangs that most people think of when they hear the word " boomerang " or " bumerang ".
The price of all items listed with a will have regular price reductions until they are sold.
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Price (USD)
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Large Traditional Art Boomerang made by Bill Onus
Large Natural Elbow Boomerang with Art from La Perouse - 1970s
Natural Elbow Traditional with Incised Art
Bent Wood Traditional with Art - 1920s

Please View the Historical Artifact Sale Prices web page as a guide to artifact pricing.
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