6 3/8" Pipe Tomahawk, HIstoric
20" Wood Handled Pipe Tomahawk, brass tacks, with a 8 1/2" Cast Pipe Tomahawk, heart in blade, fine decorator piece - contemporary
Plains Tomahawk Pipe 20" L. 8" W. and Plains Tomahawk 18" L. 7" W. Both in Good Condition
3 3/4" L x 2 1/8" W Slate Tomahawk Pipe, OH
Native American Style Pipe Tomahawk. It measures 19 7/8" and the axe head itself measures 8 1/8" long. Measures Please carefully read our terms of sale, shipping information, and request any condition
Plains Indian bleeding heart tomahawk, an iron blade with a pierced heart on a carved handle with brass tack design. 8.75”L iron head x 24”L overall.
19 5/8” Tack Decorated Wood Pipe Stem with 6 ¾” Cast Pipe Tomahawk
Cast brass with faceted pipe bowl, nice brown patina, mounted on hardwood handle, head/pipe is 7 5/8" long x 1 3/4" high, handle is 17" long. Condition Fine.
Steel with flared 3 12" wide x 5" long blade with saddle and pipe, mounted on maple handle with brass tacks, 8 3/4 x 21 1/4" high. Condition VG.
United States,C. 20th century Head with a pierced design, haft has tacks, and a leather wrapped grip bordered with beads. ,Head lg. 11 1/2",Haft lg. 20 5/8" From the collection of a Franklin, Massachu
Approx 14 7/8" long and blade is approx 2 1/4" long.
18 3/8" long. Contemporary.
Head is approx 2 3/8" x 6 1/2". Total length is approx 19"
Approx 23" long , with a 2 5/8" blade
A Vintage 1940s Bell Trading Post Sterling Silver Native Chief, Arrowhead, Tomahawk, Peace Pipe, Arrows Cuff Bracelet. Fits wrist size 7-8 inch, signed on the inside of cuff, in beautiful condition.
Probably dates from the fourth quarter of the 19th century. Beautiful file branded hardwood haft with brass tack decorations and carved mouth-piece. Wide steel blade of familiar form, with original le
RARE NATIVE AMERICAN / FRONTIERSMAN COLONIAL-ERA PIPE TOMAHAWK, triangular blade, iron with steel blade edge, oval eye flanked by two vertical ridges to each side, octagonal bowl-form pipe poll on oct
The lot features an exceptional 19th Century pipe tomahawk attributed to the Lakota Sioux Indians of South Dakota. The piece was originally collected from the Oglala Sioux at the Pine Ridge Sioux Indi
This is a unique pipe tomahawk attributed to the Cheyenne Indians of Wyoming showing a triple cut out, originally from the Ted and Lilly Jarvis collection from Jackson Hole and Jim Bastian estate in K
The lot features a circa 1840-1860 Northern Plains pipe tomahawk from the collections of Walter C. Earl, Reggie Roberts, Jeb Taylor with paperwork. The piece exhibits a hand-forged iron pipe tomahawk
25" Spontoon Pipe Tomahawk with rare quill wrapped handle. Handforged head. Tall bowl, brass tacking. Faded, but still colorful quill wraps. Leather gasket (loose). Late 1800's to early 1900's
The lot features a pipe tomahawk with spontoon blade attributed to the Potawatomi, dating to circa 1840s from the ex-collection of the Galena, Illinois Museum. Included is a scan of an original collec
This lot features a rare 19th Century pipe tomahawk with brass head and beaded drop attributed to the Sioux Native American Indians of South Dakota. The piece was said to have been collected in 1905 b
An Eastern Woodlands Pipe Tomahawk c. 1800 wood, metal, hide, dyed porcupine quills, glass seed beads, sinew Provenance: This lot is accompanied by a letter from Donald Ewing, dated September 1, 1988,