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    From the Fitterer Family Collection

    Rare Inlaid British Presentation Pipe Tomahawk, Circa Mid-Eighteenth Century. With steel head with cylindrical bowl with octagonal section at the base, and cast notching forming bead edging between the sections of the head. The blade is etched on one side with a rectangular reserve enclosing the initials "A.C" surrounded by small, brass-filled rosettes, the edges with sections of notching, the short cylindrical shaft inlaid with pewter with solid mouthpiece and a geometric design of two encircling bands with verticals terminating in arrowheads and diagonals. Old brass collection tag #393. Length 9.25". Very good condition.

    Provenance: H.B. Green Collection; Bruce Vanlandingham.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2013
    22nd-23rd Saturday-Sunday
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