In another recent thread about Oceanic canoes (and models thereof), discussion turned, in particular, to the rather unique form of the Wuvulu or Maty Island canoes with their long, spiked ends and tall, upright spires: see: http://wcha.org/forums/index.php?threads/please-help-me-identify.14546/#post-80341 For anyone interested, there is an auction up-coming in Australia, on March 17, 2019, at which a 50" (or thereabouts) Wuvulu model is available. These, in my collecting experience, are not overly numerous, or often available. Several years ago, when I was avidly collecting Oceanic pieces, I would likely have fought very hard to acquire an item like this. I'm more into the factory samples at the moment, so will probably pass. This looks very attractive to those wanting one and inclined to gather S. Pacific items. Bear in mind that shipping from Australia could be necessary, and that there is a fairly steep buyer's premium. All the same, this may be a very rare opportunity to acquire: https://www.invaluable.com/auction-...mail&utm_campaign=keywordalertlive&utm_term=2 Thought this might be of interest. Good luck.