The lot features a gunstock war club tomahawk with spontoon iron blade in the stylings of the Plains Native American Indians. This club is believed to be of a vintage Mid-20th-Century age. The club shows a solid oak hardwood haft handle with brass covered iron round shank tacks in both the circle and cross design. The blade shows a wide Revolutionary War style spontoon pattern with two purched holes having an aged metal patina. The blade is held in with poured pewter. The tomahawk shows a mellow darker patina and carved accents. This is believed to be for ceremonial use and is not of any great early age. The piece measures 27.5"x15".
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