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Plains pipe tomahawk

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Est. $3,000Aug 29
Native American pipe tomahawk, Plains, c.1870-1890, the iron blade approx 7.5" x 3", mounted on a 21"l shaft with brass tack heads, fire-branded decoration with silver "horse hoof" cap on the butt end
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Est. $6,000Sep 05
The lot features an excellent pipe tomahawk attributed to the Southern Plains Native American Indians and dating to the 19th Century. The piece shows a high craftsmanship iron axe head with pipe bowl
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Est. $3,000Sep 05
The lot features a nice early reservation period circa 1890’s blacksmith forged pipe tomahawk attributed to the Plains Native American Indians. The blade of the tomahawk is hallmarked with a Maltese
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Est. $4,0005 days Left
Circa 1870-1885, hand forged 7-3/4" iron head with heart cutout on a file burned wood haft. Brass tack decorations to top and bottom of haft. CONDITION: Good. Exhibits heavy age and period wear. BM Co
Dan Morphy AuctionsDenver, PA, US
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Est. $10,0005 days Left
c. 1880. This is a classic Western piece with its original tack decorated haft with small horse head on each side of the haft using small tacks. The steel head measures about 9" in length, including t
Dan Morphy AuctionsDenver, PA, US
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Est. $8,500Sep 05
Offered for public sale is this fantastic spontoon pipe tomahawk from the Northern Plains Native American Indians dating to the 19th Century. The piece shows a blacksmith hand-forged iron spontoon sty
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Est. $4,000Sep 05
Available for sale is this spontoon pipe tomahawk from the Plains Native American Indians and dating to circa 1890-1900. Provenance: The piece was found to be an authentic circa 1890’s Plains Sponto
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Est. $6,500Sep 05
This is a rare, circa 1780-1800 early Eastern Woodlands Pipe Tomahawk attributed to the Iroquois of New York state. The piece is from the Ex-Collection of Fred Crissman and Albert Miller along with be
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Est. $8,500Sep 05
The lot features a triple batwing cutout pipe tomahawk from the American Indians of the Plains from the 19th Century. This example shows a heavy large western axe head being blacksmith forged iron wit
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Est. $7,000Sep 05
The lot features a fine Western pipe tomahawk with solid pewter head, intricately file burned and polychrome painted handle and beaded drop from the Northern Plains Native American Indians of the 19th
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Est. $12,000Sep 05
This is an extraordinary single batwing cutout and pewter inlaid pipe tomahawk from the American Indians of the Western Plains from the 19th Century. The piece show shows a blacksmith forged iron head
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Est. $8,0005 days Left
13-1/8" long and 6-3/4" wide. Circa 1820. Tomahawk shows wonderful patina. Head is of the earliest form with chevron acorn bowl and lacking spur. Head is hand forged. Entire head shows much wear and u
Dan Morphy AuctionsDenver, PA, US

Lot 0192 Details

Description
Plains 16" pipe tomahawk (un-finished), square tacks, 6 1/2" head, wire wraps, always stored
Condition
Excellent
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Plains pipe tomahawk

Estimate $200 - $1,000Dec 15, 2016
Starting Price $100
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