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Early Brass & Iron Tomahawk 

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Ca 1750s. 8" length brass pipe bowl and forged metal head.

This excavated example was in the Jim Dresslar collection. No information was collected on its provenance, other than obviously being excavated. The graceful blade and square molded pole are typical of the 1750s. The turned brass pipe bowl is an outstanding rare feature. 

Provenance:Selections from the Wallace Gusler Collection:James Dresslar to Keith Collins to Gordon Barlow to Wallace Gusler July 2009.

Condition: Relic.

(EST $ 2000 - 3000)

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This item is part of Firearms and Military Artifacts
 Wednesday, May 2, 2012 | 10:00 AM  Eastern

Early Brass & Iron Tomahawk 
Early Brass & Iron Tomahawk 
Lot number: 2
Seller: Cowan's Auctions
Event: Firearms and Military Artifacts
Ends: Wednesday, May 2 | 10:00 AM  Eastern

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