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Australian flint tools
Upper side views of two flint hand tools made by native Australians. The tools are shown with specimen labels, and cast a slight shadow. One of two cabinet photographs collected by John Lubbock, 1st Baron Avebury FRS (1834-1914) and kept within a small portfolio of notes for subsequent editions of his book Prehistoric Times (1865). Inscribed in ink verso: "New South Wales Aboriginal chipped implements. Upper side. 1 2. " The numbers are repeated to the side of each specimen, in ink. Beneath the photograph is the additional annotation "The name on the specimens is incorrectly written Port Harbour. It should be Boat Harbour." T
Original: bromide print. ca.1904
- Image ref: RS-10059
- The Royal Society