NATIVE AMERICAN PLAIN'S INDIAN HORSEMAN'S 31 INCH. SPONTOON GUNSTOCK WAR CLUB; WITH A FORGED 9.5 INCH IRON HEAD: CIRCA 1860. ESPONTOON MINNEWAUKAN BLADE; AS PICTURED AND DESCRIBED IN THE BOOK ENTITLED: AMERICAN INDIAN TOMAHAWKS, ON PAGE #24; BY HAROLD PETERSON WHICH HAS A DIAGRAM OF THIS BLADE TYPE!
EXCELLENT ANTIQUE ORIGINAL CONDITION; TRIBAL USED AND DECORATED IN LEATHER FRINGE, FEATHERS + 27 TACKS THAT TERMINATES IN A CARVED 2 INCH WOODEN BALL ON THE END OF THE HAND CARVED WOODEN HANDLE. ITS A RARE NATIVE AMERICAN HORSEMAN'S MINNEWAUKAN SPONTOON KNIFE BLADE HEAD, SUCH AS THIS EXAMPLE, ARE MORE UNUSUAL AND SURELY MORE RARE THAN STANDARD NATIVE AMERICAN WAR CLUBS! THIS IS A VERY UNUSUAL AND RARE ANTIQUE NATIVE AMERICAN EARLY SPONTOON GUNSTOCK WAR CLUB. ITS LONGER THAN MOST GUNSTOCK WAR CLUBS WITH AN OLD RUSTY FORGED KNIFE BLADE; RUSTED NEARLY FROM TOP TO BOTTOM; AND HELD IN PLACE BY ONE OLD RUSTY PIN THATS INSERTED THROUGH THE WOOD HANDEL. THIS PIECE HAS A BEAUTIFUL OLD RICH LIGHT BROWN PATINA.
I HOPE YOU ARE THE LUCKEY WINNER... ALL THE BEST TO YOU AND YOURS.. The Dan Hardesty Western Collection. October 31, November 1st, & 2nd Hardesty Western Collection. Dan Hardesty was destined to own a museum, one way or another.
His recognition of antiques as important historical objects began at the tender age of six. It was a milestone moment for the youngster one that, unwittingly, would set him on the path to becoming the indomitable force he is today in the field of Old West material.
In time, he added antique guns and Western and Civil War memorabilia to the list of objects that filled his house, wall to wall and floor to ceiling. Which formerly had been used as an armory.
In 1984, he opened the doors to a wonderland of Americana, his now-legendary Wild West Museum. The warren-like rooms had one of a kind historical attractions took the visitor on a visual journey through the wild and woolly landscape of how the West was won.
Nowhere else could you see such a comprehensive array of relics including saddles, firearms, military uniforms and Native-American artifacts. A sub-collections focused on Buffalo Bill and other 19th-century personalities; 101 Ranch and similar 19th-century frontier entertainment troupes. Approximately 3,000 pieces will be auctioned, with the Sunday session devoted entirely to a remarkable 800-lot selection of antique guns, rifles and other weapons, some owned by famous figures of the Old West. Special highlights: two factory-engraved 66 Winchester. 44 caliber rifles, Buffalo Bills handgun, Geronimos knife, and a pistol that belonged to Doc Hollidays companion Big Nose Kate.Outfits and memorabilia from famous frontier-show performers. Fabulous saddles, including four Civil War officers saddles, a saddle signed by Tom Mix and another adorned with 1920s silver dollars.
Military uniforms from the Civil War throughish-American War. Western bronzes, including original Remington Paintings of Indian chiefs! We hope you will join us for the Oct. The item "ANTIQUE EARLY NATIVE AMERICAN SPONTOON GUN STOCK WAR CLUB 1860s" is in sale since Saturday, February 11, 2017.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American". The seller is "visualstudies" and is located in San Francisco, California. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, to all countries in Europe, to all countries in continental Asia, to Australia.