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

Original Shoshone Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Head Ash Haft Date to 1860

Original Shoshone Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Head Ash Haft Date to 1860
Original Shoshone Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Head Ash Haft Date to 1860
Original Shoshone Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Head Ash Haft Date to 1860
Original Shoshone Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Head Ash Haft Date to 1860
Original Shoshone Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Head Ash Haft Date to 1860
Original Shoshone Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Head Ash Haft Date to 1860
Original Shoshone Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Head Ash Haft Date to 1860
Original Shoshone Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Head Ash Haft Date to 1860
Original Shoshone Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Head Ash Haft Date to 1860
Original Shoshone Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Head Ash Haft Date to 1860

Original Shoshone Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Head Ash Haft Date to 1860
The word tomahawk, sometimes simply called a hawk, was introduced into the English language during the 17th century. It is derived from the Powhatan Algonquian word tamahaac, which, in turn, comes from the Proto-Algonquian root temah, meaning to cut off by tool, or by an axe. The first contact with white traders brought natives the iron axe (called hatchet, hachotz or hatchette by the early Eastern explorers) and especially tomahawks with their hammer, spike or bowl on the poll end opposite the blade and its hollowed opening in the head for the shaft. A serviceable tool for daily chores, as well as for throwing, hand-to-hand combat or smoking, these combination tool-weapons immediately became one of the most highly prized items of barter with Indians out West. Nevertheless, by the early to mid-19th century, the iron tomahawk had become a standard trade item and fighting implement of frontier Indians. The tomahawk is in excellent condition with no repairs or damage. Nice head forged from iron, most likely by a blacksmith on the frontier, then traded to the Shoshone, who in turn placed an ash haft into the eye and adorned it as seen. The head is a spontoon style fashioned after the Spanish weapons desired by the Native Americans. 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. This was done for aesthetic “looks” and ceremonial purposes. The haft is oblong, not the usual diamond or teardrop shape, this is a rare style. There is one “shoulder” with drilled hole for attaching drops or beads. VERY NICE patina all over, really shows its age! The unusual style head is very desirable. The star inlays represent the stars and constellations in the sky. A similar axe with the same style head is in the Museum of the Native American in Washington, DC. Conservatively dated to 1860 but may be earlier. The haft of the axe is measuring 24″ long and the head is measuring about 12.5″ long. Please ask any questions you may have. Thank you so much for looking! The item “Original Shoshone Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Head Ash Haft Date to 1860″ is in sale since Monday, March 4, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “mejsoldit” and is located in Lexington, Kentucky. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Maker: Shoshone
  • Material: Iron
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Original Shoshone Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Head Ash Haft Date to 1860

Original Cree Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Inlaid Stars & Moon Early 1800’s

Original Cree Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Inlaid Stars & Moon Early 1800's
Original Cree Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Inlaid Stars & Moon Early 1800's
Original Cree Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Inlaid Stars & Moon Early 1800's
Original Cree Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Inlaid Stars & Moon Early 1800's
Original Cree Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Inlaid Stars & Moon Early 1800's
Original Cree Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Inlaid Stars & Moon Early 1800's
Original Cree Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Inlaid Stars & Moon Early 1800's
Original Cree Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Inlaid Stars & Moon Early 1800's
Original Cree Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Inlaid Stars & Moon Early 1800's
Original Cree Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Inlaid Stars & Moon Early 1800's
Original Cree Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Inlaid Stars & Moon Early 1800's

Original Cree Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Inlaid Stars & Moon Early 1800's
The Cree were first contacted by Europeans in 1682, at the mouth of the Nelson and Hayes rivers in what is now northern Manitoba, by a Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) party traveling about 100 miles (160 km) inland. In the south, contact was later. In 1732 in what is now northwestern Ontario, Pierre Gaultier de Varennes, sieur de La VĂ©rendrye, met with an assembled group of 200 Cree warriors near present-day Fort Frances, as well as with the Monsoni, (a branch of the Ojibwe). Both groups had donned war paint in preparation to an attack on the Dakota and another group of Ojibwe. After acquiring firearms from the HBC, the Cree moved as traders into the plains, acting as middlemen with the HBC. Native Americans live in close symbiosis with nature. They understand the importance of respecting life and try their best to co-exist with all life forms on Earth. The moon and stars have a special significance to Native Americans. Native Americans used the moon to tell time by counting from one new moon to the next, known as a lunar cycle. Native Americans assigned names to the moon for each month to keep track of the seasons. Each name is a symbol of what the moon meant to Native Americans by virtue of its use, guidance and influence in their daily lives. In December, the full moon is named “The Cold Moon” or the Full Long Nights Moon. This is the time when the nights are dark longest and the days are coldest. January is named the “Wolf Moon” because during the cold nights wolves would howl hungrily outside the Native American villages. February’s moon is the “Snow Moon” because at this time the native places were hit with heavy snow falls. At such time, both humans and beasts had to go hungry, for hunting was difficult. The March full moon is named Crow Moon because, as winter ends, the crow is known to caw as if wishing goodbye to the cold weather. This moon is also known as Worm Moon because it is at this time that the birds start catching worms. The full moon in April is named Egg Moon because of the spouting and renewal of the nature. The May full moon is aptly called Flower Moon. Native Americans believed that during this month, the flowers grew and danced at night in honor of the moon. The June full moon is known as Strawberry Moon, for this is the season when strawberries ripen and are plucked. The natives believed that picking strawberries in the night would ensure a bountiful crop in subsequent years. Thunder Moon is the name given to the full moon of July. At this time, there were many thunderstorms. Also, at this time the buck deer would start forming its antlers; hence the name Buck Moon. August’s full moon is known as Red Moon. The moon in this month is not only huge but also reddish as it reflects the rays of the sun, even at night. The September full moon is known as Harvest Moon, for it is during this month that most of the crops are harvested. Hunters Moon is the name given to the full moon of October, when foliage is full grown and the deer would be plenty and slow to move. November’s full moon is called the Beaver Moon because the beaver population peaked during this month, and natives would set traps to catch them. The meaning of the stars might not have been easily understood by non-tribal people. Natives used the stars to tell time, navigate the rivers and seas and predict the future. However, from studies of the drawings and interpretations of historians, it may be inferred that the natives thought of stars as the spirits of their ancestors and they honored each with a name and symbol. Some sources mention that Native Americans used stars’ positions to indicate specific seasons or events of the year such as harvest time, planting time, buffalo hunt time and so on. Incredibly beautiful forged iron head with inlaid brass stars and a crescent moon. Originates from the Cree people. This tomahawk needs to be displayed and cherished for future generations to see and appreciate! The item “Original Cree Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Inlaid Stars & Moon Early 1800’s” is in sale since Wednesday, January 23, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “realroughriders” and is located in Jonesborough, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Color: Brown
  • Material: Iron
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Original Cree Indian Pipe Axe Tomahawk Inlaid Stars & Moon Early 1800's

Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820

Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820

Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
The Crow are Native Americans, who in historical times lived in the Yellowstone River valley, which extends from present-day Wyoming, through Montana and into North Dakota, where it joins the Missouri River. In the 21st century, the Crow people are a Federally recognized tribe known as the Crow Tribe of Montana, and have a reservation located in the south central part of the state. Pressured by the Ojibwe and Cree peoples (the Iron Confederacy), who had earlier and better access to guns through the fur trade, the Crow had migrated to this area from the Ohio Eastern Woodland area of present-day Ohio, settling south of Lake Winnipeg. From there, they were pushed to the west by the Cheyenne. Both the Crow and the Cheyenne were pushed farther west by the Lakota (Sioux), who took over the territory west of the Missouri River, reaching past the Black Hills of South Dakota to the Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming and Montana. The Cheyenne eventually became allies of the Lakota, as they sought to expel European Americans from the area. The Crow remained bitter enemies of both the Sioux and Cheyenne. The Crow were generally friendly with the whites and managed to retain a large reservation of more than 9300 square kilometers despite territorial losses. Original Crow plains Indian pipe tomahawk. Large forged iron head forged from an old gun barrel. These style heads are extremely rare! Visible lap weld seam where a hardened still bit was inset into the head. Blacksmiths from the 18th and 19th century would use gun barrel steel to make the tomahawk head. Hand forged on an anvil, oval drift used to form the eye, hard steel bit forge welded in the blade. It doesn’t get any better than this head! Visible forge weld mark (also known as a lap weld) where the head and bit join. Oval shaped ash haft is magnificent. Hot file brandings and old square shank brass tacks. Haft is solid and strong. Haft to head fit is good, there a very very small amount of movement in the head, very small. Most likely caused by the wood drying over the years and shrinking slightly. Magnificent beaded hide drop, lazy stitched bead style, wonderful geometric patterns and Crow seed bead colors. Pipe tomahawks were symbols of power and authority. Beautiful piece, a work of art. The surface of the metal shows a nice patina. 26″ long haft, 11″ long head, 17 long drop. Originates from a Billings Montana estate. Guaranteed authentic for life. Please send me a reasonable offer, lets negotiate. Please ask any and all questions before you make an offer. The item “Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820″ is in sale since Sunday, January 20, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “fortancient” and is located in Billings, Montana. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Maker: Plains Crow
  • Material: Iron
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820

Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820

Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820

Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820
The Crow are Native Americans, who in historical times lived in the Yellowstone River valley, which extends from present-day Wyoming, through Montana and into North Dakota, where it joins the Missouri River. In the 21st century, the Crow people are a Federally recognized tribe known as the Crow Tribe of Montana, and have a reservation located in the south central part of the state. Pressured by the Ojibwe and Cree peoples (the Iron Confederacy), who had earlier and better access to guns through the fur trade, the Crow had migrated to this area from the Ohio Eastern Woodland area of present-day Ohio, settling south of Lake Winnipeg. From there, they were pushed to the west by the Cheyenne. Both the Crow and the Cheyenne were pushed farther west by the Lakota (Sioux), who took over the territory west of the Missouri River, reaching past the Black Hills of South Dakota to the Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming and Montana. The Cheyenne eventually became allies of the Lakota, as they sought to expel European Americans from the area. The Crow remained bitter enemies of both the Sioux and Cheyenne. The Crow were generally friendly with the whites and managed to retain a large reservation of more than 9300 square kilometers despite territorial losses. Original Crow plains Indian pipe tomahawk. Large forged iron head forged from an old gun barrel. These style heads are extremely rare! Visible lap weld seam where a hardened still bit was inset into the head. Blacksmiths from the 18th and 19th century would use gun barrel steel to make the tomahawk head. Hand forged on an anvil, oval drift used to form the eye, hard steel bit forge welded in the blade. It doesn’t get any better than this head! Visible forge weld mark (also known as a lap weld) where the head and bit join. Oval shaped ash haft is magnificent. Hot file brandings and old square shank brass tacks. Haft is solid and strong. Haft to head fit is good, there a very very small amount of movement in the head, very small. Most likely caused by the wood drying over the years and shrinking slightly. Magnificent beaded hide drop, lazy stitched bead style, wonderful geometric patterns and Crow seed bead colors. Pipe tomahawks were symbols of power and authority. Beautiful piece, a work of art. The surface of the metal shows a nice patina. 26″ long haft, 11″ long head, 17 long drop. Originates from a Billings Montana estate. Guaranteed authentic for life. Please send me a reasonable offer, lets negotiate. Please ask any and all questions before you make an offer. The item “Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820″ is in sale since Saturday, January 12, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “fortancient” and is located in Billings, Montana. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Maker: Plains Crow
  • Material: Iron
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Authentic Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Gun Barrel Head Beaded Drop 1820

Original Blackfoot Sioux Pipe Tomahawk RARE Step Down Haft Indian Weapon 1860

Original Blackfoot Sioux Pipe Tomahawk RARE Step Down Haft Indian Weapon 1860
Original Blackfoot Sioux Pipe Tomahawk RARE Step Down Haft Indian Weapon 1860
Original Blackfoot Sioux Pipe Tomahawk RARE Step Down Haft Indian Weapon 1860
Original Blackfoot Sioux Pipe Tomahawk RARE Step Down Haft Indian Weapon 1860
Original Blackfoot Sioux Pipe Tomahawk RARE Step Down Haft Indian Weapon 1860
Original Blackfoot Sioux Pipe Tomahawk RARE Step Down Haft Indian Weapon 1860
Original Blackfoot Sioux Pipe Tomahawk RARE Step Down Haft Indian Weapon 1860
Original Blackfoot Sioux Pipe Tomahawk RARE Step Down Haft Indian Weapon 1860
Original Blackfoot Sioux Pipe Tomahawk RARE Step Down Haft Indian Weapon 1860

Original Blackfoot Sioux Pipe Tomahawk RARE Step Down Haft Indian Weapon 1860
Original Blackfoot Sioux Indian pipe tomahawk from the mid 1800’s. Very rare hawkbill head with weeping heart piercing. Original forged iron traditional head. The blade and eye were forged together and the bowl was applied to the head. The blade and head show a nice natural patina. The haft is a work of art! Ceremonial file branding all along the haft. Exceptional quality Indian artifact of exceptional value. As rare as they come! 9.5 inches long head, 25 inches long haft. I inherited this artifact from my grandfather’s estate and I have decided to pass it along to someone who will enjoy it as much as my family and I have. I invite your questions and thoughts. The item “Original Blackfoot Sioux Pipe Tomahawk RARE Step Down Haft Indian Weapon 1860″ is in sale since Thursday, January 10, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “paleoplus” and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Material: Iron
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Original Blackfoot Sioux Pipe Tomahawk RARE Step Down Haft Indian Weapon 1860

Authentic Mid 1800’s Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk Forged Iron Head Heart

Authentic Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk Forged Iron Head Heart
Authentic Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk Forged Iron Head Heart
Authentic Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk Forged Iron Head Heart
Authentic Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk Forged Iron Head Heart
Authentic Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk Forged Iron Head Heart
Authentic Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk Forged Iron Head Heart
Authentic Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk Forged Iron Head Heart
Authentic Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk Forged Iron Head Heart
Authentic Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk Forged Iron Head Heart
Authentic Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk Forged Iron Head Heart
Authentic Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk Forged Iron Head Heart

Authentic Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk Forged Iron Head Heart
Plains Indians and tribes all throughout the U. Carried these pipe axes as signs of authority. The stem, or the haft, is ash, and it’s been decorated with hot file branding marks, common to Sioux pipe tomahawks. The head is in great condition, its iron and shows excellent age. Large round quillons identify the spontoon style. The spontoon head does show a few dings and blemishes as expected with a piece this old. A nice inlaid brass heart in the blade. The point of the blade is folded over, its an old sign of damage, old repairs and damage are great and show the tomahawk was used. The haft has some wear but its a solid as a rock. Ceremonial hot file brands are seen along the haft’s length. A single shoulder on the haft, drilled with a single hole that could be used to tie on a beaded drop or old trade beads and buck skin thongs. Makes for a beautiful display! Tomahawk dates 1850 or earlier. The stem is about 2 feet long and the head of the tomahawk is 11 inches long. I hate to sell this but my husband has long since passed away and I need to sell some of his collection to make ends meet. I just hope this goes to a good home, someone who will appreciate it. Good luck and God bless! The item “Authentic Mid 1800’s Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk Forged Iron Head Heart” is in sale since Sunday, December 30, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Weapons”. The seller is “1stbrigade” and is located in Madison, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Origin: Sioux Indian
  • Material: Forged Iron

Authentic Mid 1800's Sioux Indian Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk Forged Iron Head Heart

Original Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Very Old Forged Head Gun Barrel Bowl

Original Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Very Old Forged Head Gun Barrel Bowl
Original Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Very Old Forged Head Gun Barrel Bowl
Original Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Very Old Forged Head Gun Barrel Bowl
Original Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Very Old Forged Head Gun Barrel Bowl
Original Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Very Old Forged Head Gun Barrel Bowl
Original Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Very Old Forged Head Gun Barrel Bowl
Original Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Very Old Forged Head Gun Barrel Bowl
Original Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Very Old Forged Head Gun Barrel Bowl
Original Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Very Old Forged Head Gun Barrel Bowl
Original Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Very Old Forged Head Gun Barrel Bowl
Original Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Very Old Forged Head Gun Barrel Bowl
Original Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Very Old Forged Head Gun Barrel Bowl

Original Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Very Old Forged Head Gun Barrel Bowl
Nice old Lakota Sioux pipe tomahawk with original haft and head. The head is forged and very old. The bowl has an octagonal opening and rifling inside, originating from an old gun barrel. This is a classical example of mid 1700’s blacksmith technique. The bowl is applied to the eye. A nice unusual style shoulder, squared off, a nice touch! The style of blade is similar to a spontoon tomahawk. Notice several line engravings along the edge of the blade. The old ash haft is decorated with very old brass tacks and prolific file brandings. The haft is a work of art, museum quality. Excellent condition over all. The head measuring 9.25 inches long, the haft measuring 22 inches long. Send me your offers. From a relative’s advanced collection. Thanks for looking and God bless you all! The item “Original Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Very Old Forged Head Gun Barrel Bowl” is in sale since Thursday, November 8, 2018. 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 Lakota Sioux Indian Pipe Tomahawk Very Old Forged Head Gun Barrel Bowl