Authentic 1780’s sioux indian pipe tomahawk gun barrel head + forged lap weld

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Authentic 1780's sioux indian pipe tomahawk gun barrel head + forged lap weld
Authentic 1780's sioux indian pipe tomahawk gun barrel head + forged lap weld
Authentic 1780's sioux indian pipe tomahawk gun barrel head + forged lap weld
Authentic 1780's sioux indian pipe tomahawk gun barrel head + forged lap weld
Authentic 1780's sioux indian pipe tomahawk gun barrel head + forged lap weld
Authentic 1780's sioux indian pipe tomahawk gun barrel head + forged lap weld
Authentic 1780's sioux indian pipe tomahawk gun barrel head + forged lap weld
Authentic 1780's sioux indian pipe tomahawk gun barrel head + forged lap weld
Authentic 1780's sioux indian pipe tomahawk gun barrel head + forged lap weld
Authentic 1780's sioux indian pipe tomahawk gun barrel head + forged lap weld
Authentic 1780's sioux indian pipe tomahawk gun barrel head + forged lap weld
Authentic 1780's sioux indian pipe tomahawk gun barrel head + forged lap weld

Authentic 1780's sioux indian pipe tomahawk gun barrel head + forged lap weld
Authentic original 1780’s Sioux Indian pipe tomahawk. This example has a highly sought after forged head that was originally a gun barrel. You can clearly see rifle marks inside the bowl. The iron head has a nice “in the metal” patina and shows good use and wear patterns. The head was forged from a gun barrel and there is a nice lap weld seen as pictured. The haft is probably ash, single shoulder hole, and several old brass tacks. The mouth hole is well worn and intact. The head of the tomahawk is almost exactly 8 inches long. Haft is 16.75 long. This is a fine example of a Native American weapon of war and peace pipe in one. If you have a question, please ask. Good luck and God bless the USA! In the early days, even in well-settled areas, iron was expensive. On the frontier the costs of transportation increased the price even. Guns received rough usage and scrap gun barrels became an. Important source of iron. The tomahawk maker was quick to take. Advantage of the cylindrical shape. A drill was not. Necessary for there was already a hole for the bowl, and no dif. Ficult welding was required. After the tube was necked down for. The shank, it was flattened all the length from the shank to its far. A slit was then cut and opened with a drift to form the eye. Sometimes a steel bit was welded to the cutting edge. The bowl made in this manner was long, like the catlinite pipe. Bowls of the Plains Indians. The eye was merely spread at the. Middle and drifted to a diamond cross-section with rounded. The blade had nearly straight edges front and back and. Since this shape did not lend itself to use in combat, it was usually. Such tomahawks are readily identified by the funnel-like. Opening which, with the handle removed, may be seen under the. Sometimes traces of the original rifling of the gun barrel can be. Seen on either side of the eye or bowl. The item “Authentic 1780’s sioux indian pipe tomahawk gun barrel head + forged lap weld” is in sale since Thursday, April 18, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Weapons”. The seller is “rickrestored” and is located in Harrison, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Tribal Affiliation: Sioux

Authentic 1780's sioux indian pipe tomahawk gun barrel head + forged lap weld

1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting

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1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting

1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
Fantastic example of 18th century Sioux weaponry. Pipe tomahawks were carried as a sign of power and status but also used to settle treaties and promote peace. This pipe tomahawk is all original and un-restored. A very rare and desirable forged head from a gun barrel. Look closely inside the bowl, there are clearly defined rifling marks. There is a definitive color change on the blade denoting where a hardened steel bit was forged into the softer iron of the gun barrel. Original wood stem shows its concentric rings with drilled smoke hole right in the center. Undecorated haft has an excellent look to it, lots of age and wore areas. There is a small amount of bend in the haft from over 200 years of drying. A museum quality pipe tomahawk ready to hang in your collection. Originates from a Washington DC estate, a very old estate with ties to the wild west days. 21 inch long stem and head is 8.5 inches long. The item “1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting” is in sale since Wednesday, April 17, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Weapons”. The seller is “myfeetonthestreet” and is located in Washington, District Of Columbia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Tribal Affiliation: Sioux

1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting

Old plains indian pipe tomahawk forged head bat wing & heart inlaid in blade

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Old plains indian pipe tomahawk forged head bat wing & heart inlaid in blade
Old plains indian pipe tomahawk forged head bat wing & heart inlaid in blade
Old plains indian pipe tomahawk forged head bat wing & heart inlaid in blade
Old plains indian pipe tomahawk forged head bat wing & heart inlaid in blade
Old plains indian pipe tomahawk forged head bat wing & heart inlaid in blade
Old plains indian pipe tomahawk forged head bat wing & heart inlaid in blade
Old plains indian pipe tomahawk forged head bat wing & heart inlaid in blade
Old plains indian pipe tomahawk forged head bat wing & heart inlaid in blade
Old plains indian pipe tomahawk forged head bat wing & heart inlaid in blade
Old plains indian pipe tomahawk forged head bat wing & heart inlaid in blade
Old plains indian pipe tomahawk forged head bat wing & heart inlaid in blade

Old plains indian pipe tomahawk forged head bat wing & heart inlaid in blade
Authentic original mid 1800’s Plains Indian pipe tomahawk. This example has a highly sought after silver bat wing & heart inlaid into the blade. The iron head has a nice “in the metal” patina and shows good use and wear patterns. The head was forged and then the blade was cutout then inlaid in the traditional way, seen as pictured. Along the haft are many hot file brand marks and a single shoulder hole with nice original old square shank tacks. Just look at the beautiful wood grain on the haft, amazing! The mouthpiece is well worn and intact. There is a nice original clean out plug in the end of the haft. The head of the tomahawk is 12 and half inches long. The haft is 23 inches long. This tomahawk is heavy and well built, solid and strong. This is a fine example of a Native American weapon of war and peace pipe in one. If you have a question, please ask. Good luck and God bless the USA! The item “Old plains indian pipe tomahawk forged head bat wing & heart inlaid in blade” is in sale since Sunday, April 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Weapons”. The seller is “rickrestored” and is located in Mount Carmel, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Tribal Affiliation: Sioux

Old plains indian pipe tomahawk forged head bat wing & heart inlaid in blade

1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting

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1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting

1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting
Fantastic example of 18th century Sioux weaponry. Pipe tomahawks were carried as a sign of power and status but also used to settle treaties and promote peace. This pipe tomahawk is all original and un-restored. A very rare and desirable forged head from a gun barrel. There is a definitive color change on the blade denoting where a hardened steel bit was forged into the softer iron of the gun barrel. Original wood stem shows its concentric rings with drilled smoke hole right in the center. Undecorated haft has an excellent look to it, lots of age and wore areas. There is a small amount of bend in the haft from over 200 years of drying. A museum quality pipe tomahawk ready to hang in your collection. Originates from a Washington DC estate, a very old estate with ties to the wild west days. 21 inch long stem and head is 8.5 inches long. The item “1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting” is in sale since Saturday, March 30, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Weapons”. The seller is “myfeetonthestreet” and is located in Washington, District Of Columbia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Tribal Affiliation: Sioux

1770 Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Head Forged From Gun-barrel Old Ash Hafting

Mid 1800’s Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade

Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade

Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Fantastic example of mid 1800’s Sioux weaponry. Large dag knives were carried as a sign of power and status but also served a utilitarian purpose. Original wood handle has good wear patterns along its length. Old brass tacks in a Dutch circle on the pommel. Notice there are some cracks and wood deterioration, this is caused by over 150 years of changes in humidity and temperature causing the wood to dry, shrink, and crack. This is an excellent indicator of age. The handle is tight and secure. The iron blade is a re-purposed buffalo lance blade, most likely cut down and re-handled in this classic dag knife style. It is all original and un-restored. Blacksmiths worked with the Indians who would come to the villages and towns for their work. Also, travelling blacksmiths would be available for work on the open plains and in small villages or outposts. It is common for a blacksmith to re-work a lance blade or bowie blade, sometimes cutlery, into an Indian weapon, for trade. Just a unique and beautiful work of art. A museum quality Plains dag knife ready to display in your collection. 8″ blade, 6 3/4″ handle. 14 3/4 overall length. Widest part of blade is 2 3/8 wide. Originates from a Washington DC estate, a very old estate with ties to the wild west days. The item “Mid 1800’s Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade” is in sale since Wednesday, March 20, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Weapons”. The seller is “myfeetonthestreet” and is located in Washington, District Of Columbia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Provenance: DC Estate
  • Tribal Affiliation: Sioux

Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade

Rare Sioux Indian Dag Knife Buffalo Society Forged Blade Bone Handle 1850 Plains

Rare Sioux Indian Dag Knife Buffalo Society Forged Blade Bone Handle 1850 Plains
Rare Sioux Indian Dag Knife Buffalo Society Forged Blade Bone Handle 1850 Plains
Rare Sioux Indian Dag Knife Buffalo Society Forged Blade Bone Handle 1850 Plains
Rare Sioux Indian Dag Knife Buffalo Society Forged Blade Bone Handle 1850 Plains
Rare Sioux Indian Dag Knife Buffalo Society Forged Blade Bone Handle 1850 Plains
Rare Sioux Indian Dag Knife Buffalo Society Forged Blade Bone Handle 1850 Plains
Rare Sioux Indian Dag Knife Buffalo Society Forged Blade Bone Handle 1850 Plains
Rare Sioux Indian Dag Knife Buffalo Society Forged Blade Bone Handle 1850 Plains
Rare Sioux Indian Dag Knife Buffalo Society Forged Blade Bone Handle 1850 Plains
Rare Sioux Indian Dag Knife Buffalo Society Forged Blade Bone Handle 1850 Plains
Rare Sioux Indian Dag Knife Buffalo Society Forged Blade Bone Handle 1850 Plains

Rare Sioux Indian Dag Knife Buffalo Society Forged Blade Bone Handle 1850 Plains
Mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) which isn’t an endangered species. Little Pat Sells Out! Original old Plains Indian Sioux dag knife, bone handle, octagonal brass bolster. Hand forged blade with exceptionally rare buffalo society cutouts in the blade. Fuller runs the length of the blade. Belongs in a museum or advanced collection. As rare as the come. 7″ blade, 12 1/2″ length in totality. God bless you all! The item “Rare Sioux Indian Dag Knife Buffalo Society Forged Blade Bone Handle 1850 Plains” is in sale since Thursday, March 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “lilpatstreasures” and is located in Kingsport, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Maker: Frontier Blacksmith
  • Material: Iron
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Rare Sioux Indian Dag Knife Buffalo Society Forged Blade Bone Handle 1850 Plains

Mid 1800’s Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade

Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade

Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade
Fantastic example of mid 1800’s Sioux weaponry. Large dag knives were carried as a sign of power and status but also served a utilitarian purpose. Original wood handle has good wear patterns along its length. Old brass tacks in a Dutch circle on the pommel. Notice there are some cracks and wood deterioration, this is caused by over 150 years of changes in humidity and temperature causing the wood to dry, shrink, and crack. This is an excellent indicator of age. The handle is tight and secure. The iron blade is a re-purposed buffalo lance blade, most likely cut down and re-handled in this classic dag knife style. It is all original and un-restored. Blacksmiths worked with the Indians who would come to the villages and towns for their work. Also, travelling blacksmiths would be available for work on the open plains and in small villages or outposts. It is common for a blacksmith to re-work a lance blade or bowie blade, sometimes cutlery, into an Indian weapon, for trade. Just a unique and beautiful work of art. A museum quality Plains dag knife ready to display in your collection. 8″ blade, 6 3/4″ handle. 14 3/4 overall length. Widest part of blade is 2 3/8 wide. Originates from a Washington DC estate, a very old estate with ties to the wild west days. The item “Mid 1800’s Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade” is in sale since Saturday, March 9, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Weapons”. The seller is “myfeetonthestreet” and is located in Washington, District Of Columbia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Provenance: DC Estate
  • Tribal Affiliation: Sioux

Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Dag Knife Original Trade Knife Forged Blade

Original Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk RARE Buffalo Society Forged Head Mid 1800’s

Original Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk RARE Buffalo Society Forged Head Mid 1800's
Original Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk RARE Buffalo Society Forged Head Mid 1800's
Original Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk RARE Buffalo Society Forged Head Mid 1800's
Original Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk RARE Buffalo Society Forged Head Mid 1800's
Original Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk RARE Buffalo Society Forged Head Mid 1800's
Original Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk RARE Buffalo Society Forged Head Mid 1800's
Original Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk RARE Buffalo Society Forged Head Mid 1800's
Original Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk RARE Buffalo Society Forged Head Mid 1800's
Original Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk RARE Buffalo Society Forged Head Mid 1800's
Original Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk RARE Buffalo Society Forged Head Mid 1800's
Original Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk RARE Buffalo Society Forged Head Mid 1800's
Original Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk RARE Buffalo Society Forged Head Mid 1800's

Original Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk RARE Buffalo Society Forged Head Mid 1800's
The Native American Indian and plains buffalo coexisted in an organic balance between nature and man. The American Indian developed a close and many times spiritual relationship with the buffalo. The sacred plains buffalo became an integral part of the evolving religion of the Plains Indian. Their diet of primarily buffalo created a unique physiological relationship. The adage “You are what you eat” was never more applicable than in the symbiotic relationship between the buffalo and the Plains Indian. The Plains Indian culture was intrinsic with the buffalo culture. The two cultures could not be separated without mutual devastation. The pipe tomahawk is in excellent condition with no repairs or damage. Nice buffalo society cutout on the head, the cutout is the face of the buffalo. The head is a work of art! Ash haft is original to the head. The brass tacks are original old tacks. All along the haft are many ceremonial file branding marks made by placing a file or rasp in the fire until it was bright red and then burning the file into the haft. The haft is oval shaped and is solid and very strong. VERY NICE patina all over, really shows its age! The buffalo head cutout is a very desirable style. Conservatively dated to 1880 but may be earlier. The haft of the tomahawk is measuring 24″ long and the head is measuring about 11″ long. From a relative’s advanced collection. Thanks for looking and God bless you all! The item “Original Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk RARE Buffalo Society Forged Head Mid 1800’s” is in sale since Thursday, March 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “relicandroll” and is located in Johnson City, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Color: Brown
  • Material: Iron
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Original Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk RARE Buffalo Society Forged Head Mid 1800's

Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Head Batwing Heart Cutaway 1880

Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Head Batwing Heart Cutaway 1880
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Head Batwing Heart Cutaway 1880
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Head Batwing Heart Cutaway 1880
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Head Batwing Heart Cutaway 1880
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Head Batwing Heart Cutaway 1880
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Head Batwing Heart Cutaway 1880
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Head Batwing Heart Cutaway 1880

Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Head Batwing Heart Cutaway 1880
The pipe tomahawk is in excellent condition with no repairs or damage. Nice head forged and magnificent hearts and batwing cutaways are seen. The heads is 9.5 long and very heavy. Notice the nice thick shoulder on the eye. Ash haft is original to the head. The brass tacks are original old tacks with square shanks. All along the haft are many ceremonial file branding marks made by placing a file or rasp in the fire until it was bright red and then burning the file into the haft. This was done for aesthetic “looks” and ceremonial purposes. VERY NICE patina all over, really shows its age! The unusual style head is very desirable. Conservatively dated to 1880 but may be earlier. The haft of the tomahawk is measuring 24″ long and the head is measuring about 9.5″ long. Please ask any questions you may have. Thank you so much for looking! The item “Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Head Batwing Heart Cutaway 1880″ is in sale since Wednesday, March 13, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “mejsoldit” and is located in Antioch, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Maker: Lakota Sioux Indian
  • Material: Iron
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Head Batwing Heart Cutaway 1880

Authentic Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Blade Forged Blade

Authentic Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Blade Forged Blade
Authentic Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Blade Forged Blade
Authentic Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Blade Forged Blade
Authentic Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Blade Forged Blade
Authentic Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Blade Forged Blade
Authentic Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Blade Forged Blade
Authentic Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Blade Forged Blade
Authentic Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Blade Forged Blade
Authentic Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Blade Forged Blade

Authentic Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Blade Forged Blade
Original Sioux Indian Dag Knife. This is an old trade blade. Nice copper inlaid arrow in the blade. Forged blade with spiral “ears”. Hardwood handle in the traditional paddle handle style. Brass pins and washers holding the blade to the grip. Very old and authentic. Beautiful piece, a work of art. The surface of the metal shows a nice patina. Originates from a Billings Montana estate. Guaranteed authentic for life. Please ask any and all questions before you make an offer. The item “Authentic Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Blade Forged Blade” is in sale since Friday, March 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “fortancient” and is located in Kingsport, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Color: Brown
  • Maker: Sioux
  • Material: Iron
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Authentic Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Blade Forged Blade