Trade Pipe Tomahawk
The North American Tomahawk dates back to the fur trade of 1650 to around the 1870 though the Cherokee had adopted the pipe tomahawk around the 1750’s as it presented symbols of both war and peace.
These tomahawk weapons were named after the English medieval pole-arm, a close combat weapon around the 14th century and were eventually modified in various different styles into a battle axe.
Overall length of shaft 18 inches approx with a hole through the middle.
Overall length of blade to pipe 7 1/2 inches approx made in one piece steel
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