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TWO EASTERN TOMAHAWKS AND ONE BRONZE TOMAHAWK HEAD

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TWO EASTERN TOMAHAWKS AND ONE BRONZE TOMAHAWK HEAD
The first a pipe tomahawk, composed of a wood haft of cylindrical form and dark brown patina, with burnished file marks and accented with brass tacks, tapered end pierced with metal mouthpiece and a drilled hole for hide strap, surmounted by a flaring metal head, incised with a linear motif, the cylindrical bowl undecorated, wood attachment at top; the second, composed of a wood haft of ovoid section and light brown patina, surmounted by a flaring metal head, stamped with foliate pattern on both sides; the head with flaring blade and cylindrical bowl, both undecorated
The first: 22in. (55.9cm.); the second: 17in. (43.7cm.); the head: 7in. (18.4cm.) long (3)
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