Collinson, Thomas Bernard, 1822-1902 and Henare Matene Te Whiwhi, d.1881 :These implements were drawn by Martin [of Otaki] 1846. Mere. Taiaha. Paiaka. Kororariki. Tata. Patu. Mere kotiati. He poto kerikeri wenua. Ko kumara. Ko taewaa.
Reference Number: A-292-034
A range of weapons and implements, those on the left probably drawn by T. B. Collinson, those in the centre and to the right by Matene te Whiwhi. The weapons include a taiaha (spear), a mere and a patu (clubs) and variant forms of mere as well as hoes and spades and axes and digging sticks (ko)..
Collinson, Thomas Bernard 1822-1902 :Martin of Otaki. Martin's wife. Tamihana of Otaki.  [and These implements were drawn by Martin [on verso], Reference Number A-292-033/034 (2 digitised items)
Collinson, Thomas Bernard 1822-1902 :Seven years service on the borders of the Pacific Ocean, 1843-1850, Reference Number A-292-001/080 (21 digitised items)
Extent: 1 drawing(s)Pencil on cream wove paper. Single art work
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