Authentic Artifact Native American Indian Grooved Stone Tomahawk Axe War Club For Sale
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Authentic Artifact Native American Indian Grooved Stone Tomahawk Axe War Club:
Oh, if only this object could talk. It is a Native American grooved rock or stone tomahawk, axe, or hammer. The wooden tree branch handle is worn smooth and polished by the hands that used it and is 21 and 1/2 inches long. The grooved rock is held to the handle by a hide of some sort. Note the fantastic stitch or weave that keeps it tight. It is absolutely solid. It weighs about two pounds. In my reading, I discovered, that these implements where built to be fairly light, the better to swing or to work with. This item has been in the family since a grandfather spent a lot of time in the Old West - probably mid to late 1800's and acquired it then. There is no documentation as to its origin so don't know the age or the tribe it may have come from. High buyer to pay $10.00 for shipping. Thanks for viewing and offerding and please check out my other sales for more interesting and unusual items.
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