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This is an excellent Eastern Woodlands Native American Indian crooked knife from the mid to late 19th century. The knife handle has been made from solid maple hardwood and shows a carved female figure effigy with a beaver on her chest. The handle displays a wonderful dark, rich patina with lighter, golden highlights throughout which is indicative of its early age. The blade is made from a straight razor inserted into the far end of the handle. The end of the handle has been notched and wrapped a narrow gauge twisted cord. The Eastern Woodlands crooked knife is very good condition. It measures 5" x 9.5". Provenance: Purchased by the seller from a private Michigan collection.

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Eastern Woodlands Native American Crooked Knife

Auction ended on Sat, Mar 3, 2018
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34156 E Frontage Rd
Bozeman, MT 59715
United States
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