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Dating to the time of the French and Indian and Revolutionary wars, this tomahawk features a 9 ½ head with oval eye and inserted steel cutting edge. It...

$1,499.00

The famous Lewis and Clark expedition found the Missouri War Axe (also known as a Mandan Tomahawk) already in use by Western tribes in 1805. They were popular ...

$4,500.00

Smaller sized 7 long head with oval eye, narrow axe blade, and oval-section spike. Later 11 1/4 haft from its period of use (likely 19th C) featuring 2 brass...

$995.00

Made from tanned deer hide with soft soles and featuring beautiful raised bead floral design with Mohawk salt and pepper beading. Cuff with blue border and rib...

$2,499.00

Carved from a single piece of wood, 17 inches long; featuring ball with concentric rings and file marks. Top of handle with carved scalloped edge and lunettes...

$1,499.00

Hand stitched leather with trade cloth lining, featuring beautiful floral design made of early small size trade beads. These scarce gauntlets were made for act...

$2,699.00

Guard with fluted down-turned shell guard; large scrolled and chiseled quillon and fluted quillon block. Knuckle bow chiseled ensuite, attaching to the pommel ...

$2,699.00

Carried by officers and NCO’s in the time of the early standing armies, the partizan and spontoon were largely symbols of rank and used as a guide to form troo...

$895.00

An archaic but deadly weapon when wielded by an attacking warrior on horseback, these war clubs were known to have been used at the Battle of the Little Big Ho...

$4,500.00

The quirt was used by the Plains tribes to control their horses while riding bareback. Another use of the quirt was for “counting coups” a practice where a war...

$2,995.00

These highly sought after moccasins had completely beaded soles because they were placed on a dead warrior for burial and never intended for daily use. This si...

$2,895.00

These guns were given as gifts to Indian chiefs to cement alliances and obtain treaties. Chief’s grade medallion long guns are scarce, but the pistols are even...

$6,500.00

Early flintlock musket with unmarked banana-shaped lock plate with rounded edges. Tapered round 40 3/4 barrel of approximately .69 caliber with front bead sig...

$1,895.00

Known as the English 1800's type or War of 1812 type tomahawk, these pieces were traded and given as gifts to chiefs and important individuals in the tribes to...

$15,995.00

This style of spiked tomahawk was favored by the Iroquois as a fighting weapon and dates to the time of the French and Indian War. Hand-forged head is 7 &frac1...

$3,495.00

By the third quarter of the 18th C it was common for officers in the foot regiments to carry fusils, or long guns. These guns were made to a higher quality th...

$6,995.00

One of the finest quality rapiers to come on the market in years, this rapier would be a showpiece in any museum or private collection. Steel hilt chiseled in ...

$29,995.00

This scarce type of cannon is known as a gunade, which is a cross between a carronade and a regular cannon (gun). The carronade, first made by the Carron Iron ...

$7,995.00

Forged iron head with tapering round-section hammer and slightly curved diamond- section spike with punched circle decoration. Solid square-section forged iro...

$4,495.00

Early mempo (face guard), ca. 1600, lacking nose piece; the four neck plates present but detached. Kabuto (helmet), ca. 1800, with five neck plates and gold p...

$2,995.00