BLACKFOOT WAR CLUB MADE WITH THE BLADE OF A HUDSON’S BAY COMPANY BUFFALO KNIFE
This war club is patterned after a Blackfoot War Club.
It has the blade of a Hudson’s Bay Company Buffalo Knife.
The original war club is on display at the Museum of the Fur Trade in Chadron, Nebraska.
The blade of the knife is 14” long, 2 3/16” wide and 1/4” thick with steel pins.
The 33 1/2” long club is made of walnut.
The entire club is aged to look old.
The feathers are turkey feathers hand painted to look like owl feathers that are on the original.
MAPLE GUNSTOCK WAR CLUB This war club is patterned after one found in John Baldwin's book Indian War Clubs of the American Frontier.
The curly maple stock is 32 5/8" long and 1" thick.
It is decorated with brass tacks.
The 2 1/4" wide, 3/16" thick, 6 1/8" long blade is made of 1095 carbon steel.
The blade has been aged.
PAINTED GUNSTOCK WAR CLUB
This hand painted gunstock war club is patterned after one found
in Karl Bodmer's book Karl Bodmer's America. The original club is circa 1833.
It is 26 5/8" long and 7/8" thick.
The club is painted with milk paint and decorated with brass tacks.
The blade is 2 3/4" wide, 3/16" thick and 7 1/8" long.
It is made of 1095 carbon steel and has been aged.
AMERICAN BLACKSMITH TOMAHAWK
The head of this tomahawk is forged from 5160.
The bowl is turned from 1018 steel.The head is 7” from cutting edge to the top of the pipe bowl.
The cutting edge is 2”.The overall length is 19 3/8”. The handle is made of curly ash and is decorated with two silver trade crosses,
feathers and a beaded drop.
The handle is drilled. It is a functioning pipe.
Frontier Style Pipe Hawk
The head is forged from 5160 carbon steel with a 2 5/8" cutting edge and a brass
The overall length of the head is 6 9/16". The 17 3/4" long curly hickory handle has a
brass snare wire wrap, brass tacks and 2 sterling silver crosses.
Spontoon Pipe HawkThe head of this hawk is 8 7/8" long, is forged from 5160, has a copper cap and has
been aged to look old.The ash handle is 19 1/2" long and is decorated with a copper wire wrap, 45 brass
tacks and file branding. SOLD
Engraved Pipe HawkThe head of this hawk is forged from 5160 carbon steel with a 3 1/2" cutting edge.
The head is 7 9/16" long, has a sterling
silver cap and has been engraved by Ed Linhardt.
The fancy curly maple handle is 24" long with 4 sterling silver crosses. SOLD
Early French Style Pipehawk
8 " long head with 3" cutting edge made from 5160 carbon steel aged to look old.
22 " long curly maple handle decorated with beaded brain tanned banner,brass
tacks and turkey feathers. Ebony mouthpiece.
English Style Pipehawk
7" long head with 3" cutting edge made from 5160 carbon steel aged to look old
19 ½" long curly maple handle decorated with copper wrap, brass tacks, rawhide
and trade silver. Buckskin case.
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