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    Posted 2 months ago

    crewnail
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    Picked this up this weekend, no nothing about the history of it, authentic or just a roadside souvenir? I like the look of it and for $20 it definitely seemed like a bargain. Wish I knew if it were the real deal and from what tribe. If it was made just as a souvenir they did a good job. Any thoughts?

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    1. fortapache fortapache, 2 months ago
      Nice functional arrowheads. Not like the ones they sell now.
    2. crewnail crewnail, 2 months ago
      The arrowheads don't seem as authentic as the bow does and the arrows look almost like dowels but I just don't know.
    3. flashlarue flashlarue, 2 months ago
      Roadside souvenir. Nice wall hanger
    4. crewnail crewnail, 2 months ago
      After researching some more I did find some that are similar. There are a few makers that I think are considered artists, Larry Cly for one. So possibly could be more of a piece of art rather than just a souvenir. Either way I have it on the wall and appreciate the workmanship that went into making it.

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