Rafael Osona's Annual Auction Catalog 2019 2016 - Page 66

213. MAP OF THE ISLAND OF NANTUCKET INCLUDING TUCKERNUCK, SURVEYED BY WILLIAM MITCHELL, 1838, published by E. W. Bouvé, Drawing & Lithography, Graphic Court, Boston, on original scrolls and mounted in a shadow box. 22 in x 34 in. Side View Albro Tooth 214. WHALE IVORY, WOOD AND WHALEBONE WALKING STICK, circa 1840, a finely carved whale ivory clenched fist with seldom seen space between fingers and nails with a corrugated cuff; the tapering whalebone shaft transitions with 9 wood, metal and ivory spacers. Length 33 ¾ in. 215. WHALE IVORY AND WHALEBONE WALKING STICK, circa 1850, a melon style ivory grip with tortoise dot inlay above turnings and panels, two tortoise spacers on a whalebone paneled and round tapering shaft. Length 36 ¾ in. 216. WHALE IVORY AND WHALEBONE WALKING STICK, circa 1840, with engraved silver disk and baleen, the turned ivory mushroom grip with silver plate cap – later engraved “Caroline Myers to Fuolge Cornley, 1911” with cabochon abalone center; the top half of the whalebone shaft carved with a twist and woven with a string of baleen ending in a knot; the remaining round shaft tapers to a brass ferrule. Length 34 ½ in. 63