Walrus were usually hunted from an umiak, a skin boat. The size of the unck, or walrus harpoon, depended on the size of its owner and, when in use, had bladder floats attached. Collected before 1940.
|Common Name||walrus harpoon|
|Production country||Arctic (Canada or Greenland)|
|Material||walrus ivory; iron|
|Collection class||Tools for farm and craft|
|Production county||North eastern Canada or Greenland|
|Production continent||North America|