Early American Trade Axe Spiked Tomahawk with Saw

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This is an early American Fontiersmen fur trade era trade axe spiked tomahawk with folding saw toothed blade. The 19th century piece shows a wonderful bone handle with forged iron construction. The piece has vine etched work along the frame and is in excellent presentation condition. No markings can be found. The axe is 10"L with a 4 5/8"L head. The saw blade is 7.25"L. Overall with the saw blade the piece is 16 7/8"L.

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This item is part of Brewery Antiques, Indian, Western $25 Start Bids
 Saturday, Nov 12, 2016 | 10:00 AM  Mountain
 
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Early American Trade Axe Spiked Tomahawk with Saw
Early American Trade Axe Spiked Tomahawk with Saw
Lot number: 121
Seller: North American Auction Company
Event: Brewery Antiques, Indian, Western $25 Start Bids
Ends: Saturday, November 12 | 10:00 AM  Mountain

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