SOLD Antique 18th century American Revolutionary War Halberd Head Or Tomahawk

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SOLD Scarce Antique 18th century American Revolutionary War period unusual shaped American made halberd head or tomahawk composed of two pieces of hand forged iron with a small crescent-shaped blade and a curved back fluke opposite side. Socket is formed with a single, short sidestrap pierced rivet hole.


REFERENCES
Similar styled heads are published in the following references: Swords and Blades of the American Revolution by George C Neumann, page 206-207. Indian Tomahawks & Frontiersmen belt axes by Daniel D Hartzler & James A Knowles, page 55.


Buyer will be provided with copies of the pages from these two mentioned reference along with a certificate of authenticity.


MEASUREMENTS


Height including sidestrap: 20.5 cm (8.07 inches)
Width: 21.4 cm (8.43 inches)


CONDITION: Showing age and heavy usage, pitted with dark brown glossy patina overall, the fluke and blade is bent, some nicks on the edge of the axe.

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