Club, of young elk (?) antler, curved, with one tine protruding, and finial carved in a bird head, perhaps a hawk crest, simply rendered, with incised eyes and beak, the tine with horizontal hatching, the surface of the whole much pitted and weathered, as though it had come from an exposed archaeological context such as an eroded river bank at a village site.
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