NATIVE AMERICAN PIPE TOMAHAWK WITH ORIGINAL HAND CARVED TACK DECORATED WOODEN HANDLE CIRCA LATE 1800S - EARLY 1900S! HAND FORGED HEAD FASHIONED FROM A HAND HAMMERED GUN BARREL; WITH RIFLING EVIDENT IN THE PIPES BOWL! PEWTER INSERT IN THE BLADES EYE! SIXTY (60) NON-MAGNETIC SQUARE SHANK BRASS TACKS ON THE HAFT; THAT MEASURES 23 X 9 X 2 AND HAS ONE DROP HOLE.
BEAUTIFULLY FILE BRANDED OVER ALL WITH A DEEP DARK RICH BROWN PATINA ON THE WOOD HANDLE; A GREAT OLD 19TH CENTURY NATIVE AMERICAN ANTIQUE. THIS IS A HEAVY PIECE THAT COULD HAVE BEEN USED AS A WEAPON OR A PIPE BECAUSE IT WAS FORGED FROM A GUNS BARREL!
THE WEIGHT OF THIS PIPE TOMAHAWK; AT 2 POUNDS 4 OUNCES, IS NEARLY TWICE THE WEIGHT OF THE AVERAGE PIPE TOMAHAWK. ITS IN NEAR PERFECT, ORIGINAL, EXCELLENT ANTIQUE CONDITION. THE PIECE HAS NO DAMAGE, REPAIRS, OR MISSING PARTS AND IS NEAR PERFECT. I LOVE THIS PIECE AND I WOULD KEEP IT IF I DID NOT NEED TO RAISE CASH TO PAY PAST DUE BILLS.
ALL THE BEST TO YOU AND YOURS AND THANKS FOR LOOKING. I HOPE YOU ARE THE LUCKY WINNER... ALL THE BEST TO YOU AND YOURS... This axe once belonged to Huck Gill, who took it on a trade from the Ohio collector; Charles Wests Pre-Historic Man Indian Relic Museum. Gill at the Ohio Archaeological Society.I acquired this pipe tomahawk directly from the great grandson of Huck Gill; Wayne McAfee! A LINK TO PICTURES OF CHARLES WEST AND HIS Pre-Historic Indian Relic Museum; that is now closed, FOLLOWS. The item "NATIVE AMERICAN LATE 1800S TACK DECORATED HISTORICAL PIPE TOMAHAWK EX-MUSEUM" is in sale since Saturday, October 08, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Weapons".
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.