From the Fitterer Family CollectionEastern Sioux Tack-Work Gunstock Club, Circa Mid-Nineteenth Century. Of characteristic form with relieved handle with tapering, green-stained, notched and chip-carved drilled pommel, decorated on both sides with double rows of brass tacks in a box outline above the blade and diagonal bands along the handle, fitted with a butcher knife blade, stamped indistinctly. An exceptionally fine example of this classic form. Length 34.25".
Provenance: Mac Grimmer.
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