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    Posted 12 years ago

    shaliberty
    (11 items)

    Looking for any info on this, was presented as an Indian Tomahawk, but can't find any images to match anywhere. Has inlaid, copper/bronze? All metal.

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    Comments

    1. Bruce , 11 years ago
      That appears to be a head hunters axe. Far more decorative than the ones I've seen, but the shape is that of some head hunting tribes.
    2. Beehoneybuns Beehoneybuns, 11 years ago
      I really don't know what I'm talking about but I went to Fiji last year and it looks very native to me.
    3. Toyman Toyman, 11 years ago
      I will post a pic of an Ingot Tribe's weapon/field tool (from Phillipines) -- this was the weapon that they used when they fought. Is yours possibly a ceremonial type with all of the workmanship and inlaid copper/bronze?
    4. Dotti, 11 years ago
      Toyman, where are you posting the picture?
    5. Bootson Bootson, 10 years ago
      Nice Axe, it would go great in my hatchet collection.
    6. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 10 years ago
      Until this is settled I suggest everyone keep their heads down. :-)

      Very nice looking item.
    7. pamelacargileatgmail.com pamelacargileatgmail.com, 5 years ago
      Inca ? Cuzco? Nazca ?
    8. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 4 years ago
      not from the Americas. looks Mediterranean.

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