Original Early Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Cross Attached HBC

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Original Early Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Cross Attached HBC
Original Early Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Cross Attached HBC
Original Early Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Cross Attached HBC
Original Early Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Cross Attached HBC
Original Early Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Cross Attached HBC
Original Early Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Cross Attached HBC
Original Early Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Cross Attached HBC
Original Early Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Cross Attached HBC
Original Early Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Cross Attached HBC
Original Early Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Cross Attached HBC
Original Early Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Cross Attached HBC
Original Early Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Cross Attached HBC

Original Early Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Cross Attached HBC
Authentic original early 1800’s Sioux Indian paddle handle dag knife. The blade is hammer forged, this blade undoubtedly has been cut down from a larger buffalo lance and re-purposed as a knife blade, a common practice in the old days. Original ash handle has a nice old Hudson’s Bay Company trade cross attached to the handle. Numerous hallmarks, FOX, HBC, HB, Fleur Des Lis, and sitting fox cartouche. Handle is tight and secure. 9″ blade and 17″ long total. This is a fine example of a Native American weapon of war and utilitarian object in one. If you have a question, please ask. Good luck and God bless the USA! The item “Original Early Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Cross Attached HBC” is in sale since Tuesday, June 25, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Weapons”. The seller is “realroughriders” and is located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Tribal Affiliation: Sioux

Original Early Sioux Indian Dag Knife Paddle Handle Old Trade Cross Attached HBC

1860 Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Axe Tomahawk Pierced Diamond & Moons Forged Head

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1860 Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Axe Tomahawk Pierced Diamond & Moons Forged Head
1860 Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Axe Tomahawk Pierced Diamond & Moons Forged Head
1860 Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Axe Tomahawk Pierced Diamond & Moons Forged Head
1860 Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Axe Tomahawk Pierced Diamond & Moons Forged Head
1860 Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Axe Tomahawk Pierced Diamond & Moons Forged Head
1860 Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Axe Tomahawk Pierced Diamond & Moons Forged Head
1860 Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Axe Tomahawk Pierced Diamond & Moons Forged Head
1860 Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Axe Tomahawk Pierced Diamond & Moons Forged Head
1860 Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Axe Tomahawk Pierced Diamond & Moons Forged Head
1860 Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Axe Tomahawk Pierced Diamond & Moons Forged Head
1860 Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Axe Tomahawk Pierced Diamond & Moons Forged Head
1860 Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Axe Tomahawk Pierced Diamond & Moons Forged Head

1860 Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Axe Tomahawk Pierced Diamond & Moons Forged Head
Original old Lakota Sioux pipe tomahawk…. Classical form spontoon head with nice forged curls on each side….. Pierced “diamond and 4 phases of the moon” in the head shows the influence of the moon and stars upon the Native people…. Old leather gasket between the eye and haft, visible from the top… Clean out hole on end of haft… Blacksmith made square shank old tacks… Hot file branding marks in sequence down the haft… The wood is distressed and has wear patterns consistent with age… Has not been restored or messed with… A large beautiful tomahawk for your collection… The item “1860 Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Axe Tomahawk Pierced Diamond & Moons Forged Head” is in sale since Tuesday, June 11, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “deweycheathamandhowwe” and is located in Bristol, Virginia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Color: Brown
  • Material: Iron
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

1860 Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Axe Tomahawk Pierced Diamond & Moons Forged Head

AMERICAN INDIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATED 1893 Catlin SCALPING War SIOUX OLD WEST ANTIQUE

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AMERICAN INDIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATED 1893 Catlin SCALPING War SIOUX OLD WEST ANTIQUE
AMERICAN INDIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATED 1893 Catlin SCALPING War SIOUX OLD WEST ANTIQUE
AMERICAN INDIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATED 1893 Catlin SCALPING War SIOUX OLD WEST ANTIQUE
AMERICAN INDIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATED 1893 Catlin SCALPING War SIOUX OLD WEST ANTIQUE
AMERICAN INDIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATED 1893 Catlin SCALPING War SIOUX OLD WEST ANTIQUE
AMERICAN INDIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATED 1893 Catlin SCALPING War SIOUX OLD WEST ANTIQUE
AMERICAN INDIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATED 1893 Catlin SCALPING War SIOUX OLD WEST ANTIQUE
AMERICAN INDIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATED 1893 Catlin SCALPING War SIOUX OLD WEST ANTIQUE
AMERICAN INDIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATED 1893 Catlin SCALPING War SIOUX OLD WEST ANTIQUE
AMERICAN INDIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATED 1893 Catlin SCALPING War SIOUX OLD WEST ANTIQUE
AMERICAN INDIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATED 1893 Catlin SCALPING War SIOUX OLD WEST ANTIQUE
AMERICAN INDIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATED 1893 Catlin SCALPING War SIOUX OLD WEST ANTIQUE

AMERICAN INDIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATED 1893 Catlin SCALPING War SIOUX OLD WEST ANTIQUE
Note: Many of my clients are scholars and researchers seeking specific information related to their field of interest. For their convenience I include the following details directly from this book. Historical Subject Matter Discussed/Illustrated in this Book (Partial Only, See Full Contents Below): Native American Indian Indians America Tribes Plains War History Character Civilization George Catlin Illustrated Antique Wyoming Massacre Indian Tribes Portraits Costumes Dress Sioux Indian Village Wigwams Drying Meat Indian Slavery Scalping Scalp-Day Scalps Warriors War Dress War Paint Weapons Shield Warfare War Whoop Flags Prisoners of War Calumet (Pipe of Peace) Medicine Men Wedding Rain Making Medicine Lodge Great White Medicine Medicine Bag Painting Wild Horses Buffalo Prairie Buffalo Hunt Chase Grizzly Bear Eagle Mandan Indians War Chief Riccarree Chief Indian Signal Fort Pierre Sioux Doctor Dog Canoe Pawnee War Party Falls of St. Anthony Fox and Wisconsin River St. Peters River Pipe Stone Quarry Stone Man Medicine Root Diggers Comanche Indians Deer Stalking Pawnee Picts Fort Gibson Cherokees Creeks Seminole Treaty Dades Massacre Capture of Osceola Neetmok Great Osage Orinoco Indians of the Amazon Cannibals South American Indians Red Indians in London Queen of England Red Indians in Paris. LIFE AMONG THE INDIANS. Published by Gall and Inglis, London. 8 x 5 decorated cloth hardcover with gilt decoration. Condition: GOOD ANTIQUE CONDITION. Bright, colorful exterior as shown in photo, some bumping at corners and spine ends. Text is clean and complete. No torn, loose or missing pages. Presentation plate inside front cover. Great surviving example of this rare George Catlin American Indian title. LIFE AMONG THE INDIANS is a memoir of George Catlins experiences among the Indians of America. Originally written for a youthful audience, the authors mature narrative style, attention to detail and compelling subject matter makes this a timeless work that will appeal to readers of all ages. George Catlin (July 26, 1796 December 23, 1872) was an American painter, author, and traveler who specialized in portraits of Native Americans in the Old West. Catlin was the first white man to depict Plains Indians in their native territory. He made five trips into the West during the 1830s. There, at the edge of the frontier, the young artist produced the most vivid and penetrating portraits of his career. During later trips along the Arkansas, Red and Mississippi rivers, as well as visits to Florida and the Great Lakes, he produced more than 500 paintings and gathered a substantial collection of artifacts. Over the course of his career, Catlin visited more than fifty American Indian tribes, and also tribes in Central and South America. He witnessed sights that we can only imagine, or perhaps, if were lucky, see re-created in movies: Indians hunting buffalo, prairies on fire, Indians capturing wild horses on the Plains, sacred Indian rituals, ceremonies and dances. In the pages of LIFE AMONG THE INDIANS are Catlins fascinating descriptions of Indian villages, daily life, dress, ceremonial costumes, weapons, the social structure of the tribes, and much more all observed decades before the Indian wars of the later 19th century. In some instances, Catlin was one of the first white men the Indians he visited ever saw. You cant help but feel a sense of wonder as you read of the glorious scenes Catlin witnessed with his own eyes. Catlin writes in the Preface. Not content with this collection I had thus made and shown to the world, I started again in 1853 for Venezuela, in South America, and subsequently traversed British and Dutch Guiana, the Valley of the Amazon, and other parts of Brazil, the Andes, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, California, to the Aleutian Islands, the Pacific Coast to the mouth of the Columbia, across the Rocky Mountains to Santa Fe, by the Rio de Norte to Matamoros in Mexico, to Guatemala, to Yucatan, to Cuba, and back to the starting point. LIFE AMONG THE INDIANS is an incredible historical document. Catlin is remembered primarily for his paintings, but what he rendered in word and text is equally important. To give you a full appreciation for the breadth and scope of this amazing work, I have created a summary of the Contents below, followed by a selection of historical illustrations from this rare antique book. I hope youll take a moment to have a look. CHAPTER ONE THE INDIANS OF AMERICA: The Name Indian General Character Indian Civilisation National Character. CHAPTER TWO MY ADVENTURE WITH THE FIRST INDIAN I EVER SAW: Wyoming Massacre Valley of the Oc-qua-go The Old Saw Mill Lick A Chill, a Shiver, and False Alarm John Darrow Story of the Panther Deer in the Lick A Huge Indian Red Indian at the Lick A Run from the Lick Johnny ONeils Gipsies Georges Indians The Saddle of Venison On-o-gong-ways Story The Kettle of Gold My Tomahawk. CHAPTER THREE HOW THE INDIANS BUILD THEIR WIGWAMS: Indian Tribes Portraits and Costumes The Sioux Sioux Village Interior of Wigwams Drying Meat Indian Slavery Scalp-Day Skin-builders Grass Builders Dirt Builders Bark Builders Timber Builders. CHAPTER FOUR INDIAN WARFARE SCALPS AND SCALPING: Warriors War Dress and War Paint War Weapons Smoking the Shield Warfare War Whoop War Whistles Flags Scalps and Scalping Prisoners of War Calumet (Pipe of Peace). CHAPTER FIVE MEDICINE MEN DRAWING FIRE FROM THE SUN: Medicine Men Looking At the Sun Medicine Wedding Rain Makers Rain Stoppers Medicine Lodge The Great White Medicine Medicine Bag. CHAPTER SIX HOW THE INDIANS PAINT THEMSELVES THE PRAIRIES: Indians Colour and Form Indians Painting Wild Horses and Buffaloes The Prairies. CHAPTER SEVEN CATCHING WILD HORSES A BUFFALO HUNT: Catching Wild Horses Turning to the Left Walking the Circle Buffalo Chase The Giant Bull. CHAPTER EIGHT AN ADVENTURE WITH BEARS: Stores Laid In The Tame Eagle Bivouacing Melting the Coffee Pot Freaks of the Eagle Stoop of the Eagle Grizzly Bear inspecting Us Grizzly Bears overhauling us Adieu to the Grizzlies. CHAPTER NINE THE MANDAN INDIANS: Mandan Singularities Mandan War Chief Lance of the Riccarree Chief Mah-to-toh-pa and the Crow Chief Indian Belles Singular names Tradition of the Flood Destruction of the Mandans Taking Leave of the Mandans A Silent Gift. CHAPTER TEN THE SIOUX INDIANS A CHALLENGE! Indian Signal An excitement Fort Pierre The Sioux Doctor Sioux Portraits Jealous Sioux Chiefs Story of the Dog Death of Mah-to-chee-ga Pursuit of the Dog Death of the Dog The Author Challenged. CHAPTER ELEVEN PIPE STONE QUARRY THE THUNDERS NEST STONE MAN MEDICINE: Canoe Stolen Pawnee War Party Falls of St. Anthony Fox and Wisconsin Rivers St. Peters River Pipe Stone Quarry Stone Man Medicine The Thunders Nest Descent of St. Peters Packs Stolen The Root Diggers. CHAPTER TWELVE A RIDE TO THE CAMANCHEES A FALSE ALARM: Ride to the Comanches Charley Bought Deer Stalking The Author Decoyed Story of the Panther Walking the Circle Creasing a Wild Horse Indians About! Stampado A False Alarm Indian Honesty. CHAPTER THIRTEEN A SOLITARY RIDE ON CHARLEY ACROSS THE PRAIRIES: Grand Review Pawnee Picts Fort Gibson Charley saddled for St. Louis Cherokees and Creeks Seminole Treaty Death of Seminole Chief Dades Massacre Capture of Osceola A Sad Story Neetmok Death of Osceola Charleys Freaks A Shake and a Roll in the Grass Bivouac with Charley Thunder Storm on the Prairies Shooting the Buck Charley tracking the Buck Crossing the Great Osage. CHAPTER FOURTEEN A JOURNEY DOWN THE ORINOCO THE HANDSOME DANCE: Caracas The Scylla Plains of Venezuela Indians of Venezuela The Handsome Dance The Bolas Catching the Wild Horse Canoeing on the Orinoco Opening of a Spathe Pirates at the Spathe Campanero (The Bell Bird) The Wakened Sloth Mouths of the Orinoco Wigwams in the Trees. CHAPTER FIFTEEN EN ROUTE FOR THE AMAZON THE MEDICINE GUN: Demerara Paramaribo Rio Essequibo Howling Monkeys Village Treachery of Interpreter Indian Hospitality Indian superstition Showing Revolver to the Indians The Old Minie The Young Revolver Hill of the Shining Stones Picking up a Rattlesnake A Bed of Poppies. CHAPTER SIXTEEN RIO TROMBUTAS ADVENTURES WITH A TIGER AND A RATTLESNAKE: Valley of Amazon Head of the Trombutas A Strong Lie Tiger Shooting Bridling an Alligator Assemblage of Monkeys Monkeys Theft Shooting a Rattlesnake Beheaded Rattlesnake Turtle Hunt Turtles Eggs Turtle Butter Obidos Santarem Para. CHAPTER SEVENTEEN STILL EN ROUTE FOR THE AMAZON AN ADVENTURE WITH PECCARIES: Caribbee Indians Acary Mountains Amazon slope of the Acary The Equator The Amazons The American Cannibals Dirt Eaters and Stone Eaters Scenery of the Trombutas Forest above a Forest Music of the Trombutas Treed by Peccaries Fight with the Peccaries. CHAPTER EIGHTEEN ON THE AMAZON: South American Indians Nest builders of the Amazon The Steamer Marajo Shores of the Amazon Upper Forest Natures Temple Opera Glass on the Amazon Passing Obidos A Scene at Obidos Indians on the Amazon Indian Missions Lingua Geral Tribes of Upper Amazon. CHAPTER NINETEEN THE INDIANS OF THE AMAZON POISONED ARROWS: Connibos Shed Builders Chetibos Pottery of the Connibos Blow Gun Poisoned Arrows Experiments with Poisoned Arrows Fatality of Poisoned Arrows Trouble with a Medicine Man A Monkey Skinner Unpainting Indan Portraits. CHAPTER TWENTY RED INDIANS IN LONDON: Indians in London Indians before the Queen Ioway Indians An Indian Doctors Speech in London Ealing Park War Chiefs Speech to the Duke of Cambridge Savage Devotion Episcopal Clergymen talk with the Indians War Chiefs reply to Clergymen The Indians Belief Charity of Indians The Doctors Speech on Charity Indians Charity on a steamer. CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE RED INDIANS IN PARIS: War Chiefs Speech to the King and Queen Louis Phillippe in an Indian Village. Remember folks, this is an 1890s original. This book is more than 120 years old. Please be sure to add me to your List of Favorite Sellers. Don’t miss out on any of my latest listings. NEETMOK BOOKS IS A REGISTERED MEMBER OF EBAYS VERO PROGRAM. When you prepare your listings you generally should use only material text, photographs, etc. And trademarks/names that you created or own yourself or licensed from the owners. Item description text; lists of contents, lists of illustrations/photos; scanned images, etc. UNAUTHORIZED USE OF ITEM DESCRIPTION TEXT INCLUDING SUMMARIES OF CONTENTS, ILLUSTRATIONS, ETC. PHOTOS OR OTHER PROPRIETARY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED AND WILL BE REPORTED TO EBAYS VERO DEPARTMENT FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION. The item “AMERICAN INDIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATED 1893 Catlin SCALPING War SIOUX OLD WEST ANTIQUE” is in sale since Tuesday, May 21, 2019. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “neetmok” and is located in South Salem, New York. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Dominican republic, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, El salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Viet nam, Uruguay, Russian federation.
  • Year Printed: 1890
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Topic: Indian Wars
  • Binding: Fine Binding
  • Region: North America
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Illustrator: George Catlin
  • Author: George Catlin
  • Subject: Military & War
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Gall & Inglis
  • Place of Publication: London
  • Special Attributes: Illustrated

AMERICAN INDIAN BOOK ILLUSTRATED 1893 Catlin SCALPING War SIOUX OLD WEST ANTIQUE

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Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Large Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming

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Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Large Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Large Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Large Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Large Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Large Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Large Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Large Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Large Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Large Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Large Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Large Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Large Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming

Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Large Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Original old forged iron trade pipe axe tomahawk. The head is beautifully forged and has an extremely rare large bat wing cutout. Many Plains pipe tomahawks were made with small piercings, some being holes or weeping hearts. These pipe tomahawks were numerous and easy to come by. This particular style is known as the bat-wing for the shape of one the piercings that resemble the shape of a bat. These tomahawks were more obscure and especially made for high ranking chiefs, war chiefs and particularly notable leaders. Very few are in collections but those that are tend to be very fancy in decoration. Most have file branding, tacks, and specially made hafting. These tomahawks were carried as status symbols, rarely used in battle but carried as a recognition of power and importance. Most batwing tomahawks in collections today have two piercings, one that resembles the shape of a fly and the other a bat. More rare than the double batwing tomahawks, are the large cutouts with several shapes combined. The ash wood haft is original to the head. The wood has a nice heavy and dark patina. The handle has been well used and has good wear on it. There are many “hot file” marks along the haft. One shoulder on the haft, containing a hole for attaching a beaded drop or beads or horsehair. A good patina on the surface of the head. The blade is a large classic style with small French hook. This tomahawk needs to be displayed and cherished for future generations to see and appreciate! 24″ haft 12″ head length. No reasonable offer will be refused. The item “Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Large Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming” is in sale since Monday, May 27, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “furtradebeads” and is located in Jonesborough, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Color: Brown
  • Material: Iron
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Large Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming

Lakota Beaded Quilled Hide Pipe Bag 19th Century Sioux Indian Native American

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Lakota Beaded Quilled Hide Pipe Bag 19th Century Sioux Indian Native American
Lakota Beaded Quilled Hide Pipe Bag 19th Century Sioux Indian Native American
Lakota Beaded Quilled Hide Pipe Bag 19th Century Sioux Indian Native American
Lakota Beaded Quilled Hide Pipe Bag 19th Century Sioux Indian Native American
Lakota Beaded Quilled Hide Pipe Bag 19th Century Sioux Indian Native American
Lakota Beaded Quilled Hide Pipe Bag 19th Century Sioux Indian Native American
Lakota Beaded Quilled Hide Pipe Bag 19th Century Sioux Indian Native American
Lakota Beaded Quilled Hide Pipe Bag 19th Century Sioux Indian Native American
Lakota Beaded Quilled Hide Pipe Bag 19th Century Sioux Indian Native American
Lakota Beaded Quilled Hide Pipe Bag 19th Century Sioux Indian Native American
Lakota Beaded Quilled Hide Pipe Bag 19th Century Sioux Indian Native American
Lakota Beaded Quilled Hide Pipe Bag 19th Century Sioux Indian Native American

Lakota Beaded Quilled Hide Pipe Bag 19th Century Sioux Indian Native American
Lakota, fourth quarter 19th century, beaded on both sides, quill wrapped rawhide slats and fringe from the bottom. Measures 30 inches long x 7 inches wide. Sinew sewn, appears that no beads are missing, hide is native tanned and supple as seen in the pictures where I folded the bag to demonstrate that it is pliable. The item “LAKOTA BEADED QUILLED HIDE PIPE BAG 19TH CENTURY SIOUX INDIAN NATIVE AMERICAN” is in sale since Sunday, May 5, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Beads & Beadwork”. The seller is “mtplains” and is located in Laurel, Montana. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Colombia, Panama, Jamaica, Luxembourg, Uruguay.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Artisan: LAKOTA
  • Provenance: SKINNER AUCTION BOSTON
  • Origin: NORTHERN PLAINS
  • Tribal Affiliation: Lakota

Lakota Beaded Quilled Hide Pipe Bag 19th Century Sioux Indian Native American

Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming

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Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming

Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Original old forged iron trade pipe axe tomahawk. The head is beautifully forged and has an extremely rare triple bat wing cutout. Many Plains pipe tomahawks were made with small piercings, some being holes or weeping hearts. These pipe tomahawks were numerous and easy to come by. This particular style is known as the bat-wing for the shape of one the piercings that resemble the shape of a bat. These tomahawks were more obscure and especially made for high ranking chiefs, war chiefs and particularly notable leaders. Very few are in collections but those that are tend to be very fancy in decoration. Most have file branding, tacks, and specially made hafting. These tomahawks were carried as status symbols, rarely used in battle but carried as a recognition of power and importance. Most batwing tomahawks in collections today have two piercings, one that resembles the shape of a fly and the other a bat. More rare than the double batwing tomahawks, are the triple pierced examples that typically have the third piercing in the form of a heart. The ash wood haft is original to the head. The wood has a nice heavy and dark patina. The handle has been well used and has good wear on it. There are many “hot file” marks along the haft. Three scalloped shoulders of the haft, one containing a hole for attaching a beaded drop or beads or horsehair. A good patina on the surface of the head. The blade is a hawk bill style. This tomahawk needs to be displayed and cherished for future generations to see and appreciate! 24″ haft 12″ head length. No reasonable offer will be refused. The item “Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming” is in sale since Friday, April 19, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “furtradebeads” and is located in Jonesborough, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Material: Iron
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Color: Brown

Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming

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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

Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming

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Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming

Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming
Original old forged iron trade pipe axe tomahawk. The head is beautifully forged and has an extremely rare triple bat wing cutout. Many Plains pipe tomahawks were made with small piercings, some being holes or weeping hearts. These pipe tomahawks were numerous and easy to come by. This particular style is known as the bat-wing for the shape of one the piercings that resemble the shape of a bat. These tomahawks were more obscure and especially made for high ranking chiefs, war chiefs and particularly notable leaders. Very few are in collections but those that are tend to be very fancy in decoration. Most have file branding, tacks, and specially made hafting. These tomahawks were carried as status symbols, rarely used in battle but carried as a recognition of power and importance. Most batwing tomahawks in collections today have two piercings, one that resembles the shape of a fly and the other a bat. More rare than the double batwing tomahawks, are the triple pierced examples that typically have the third piercing in the form of a heart. The ash wood haft is original to the head. The wood has a nice heavy and dark patina. The handle has been well used and has good wear on it. There are many “hot file” marks along the haft. Three scalloped shoulders of the haft, one containing a hole for attaching a beaded drop or beads or horsehair. A good patina on the surface of the head. The blade is a hawk bill style. This tomahawk needs to be displayed and cherished for future generations to see and appreciate! 24″ haft 12″ head length. No reasonable offer will be refused. The item “Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming” is in sale since Sunday, April 7, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “furtradebeads” and is located in Jonesborough, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Color: Brown
  • Material: Iron
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Antique Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Triple Bat Wing Cutout Wyoming

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