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COLONIAL-ERA NATIVE AMERICAN LONG BLADE SPIKE TOMAHAWK / AXE
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Description
COLONIAL-ERA NATIVE AMERICAN LONG BLADE SPIKE TOMAHAWK / AXE, an unusually large example with hand-forged long blade with downward-curved spike and ovoid eye, replaced period-correct tiger maple handle with spherical carved butt end. Probably Iroquois. Mid 18th century. 21" LOA, head 13" L, blade 7" L, blade edge 3".
Literature: Parallels Hartzler and Knowles - Indian Tomahawks and Frontiersman Belt Axes, fig. 9, p. 40.
Provenance: Property from an important West Coast private collection.
Reportedly discovered in New York State.
Condition
Very good overall condition with expected wear, head with some pitting and minor corrosion, blade edge sharpened.
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COLONIAL-ERA NATIVE AMERICAN LONG BLADE SPIKE TOMAHAWK / AXE

Estimate $500 - $800
Jun 25, 2022
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Starting Price $250
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2056: COLONIAL-ERA NATIVE AMERICAN LONG BLADE SPIKE TOMAHAWK / AXE

Sold for $700
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Est. $500 - $800Starting Price $250
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Jun 25, 2022 9:00 AM EDT
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Lot 2056 Details

Description
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COLONIAL-ERA NATIVE AMERICAN LONG BLADE SPIKE TOMAHAWK / AXE, an unusually large example with hand-forged long blade with downward-curved spike and ovoid eye, replaced period-correct tiger maple handle with spherical carved butt end. Probably Iroquois. Mid 18th century. 21" LOA, head 13" L, blade 7" L, blade edge 3".
Literature: Parallels Hartzler and Knowles - Indian Tomahawks and Frontiersman Belt Axes, fig. 9, p. 40.
Provenance: Property from an important West Coast private collection.
Reportedly discovered in New York State.
Condition
...
Very good overall condition with expected wear, head with some pitting and minor corrosion, blade edge sharpened.

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