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Missouri War Axe


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Pewter blade with inlayed brass weeping heart on one side and crescent moon on other. Vame from an Osage family in Pahuska, Oklahoma. Spontoon style is credited as the "last true weapon" that was used during the Indian War Period 1860s - 1870s. Most samples are credited towards Sioux and Comanche however Oklahoma and the Quapaw would be directly between the two. Without much adornment, we assume this piece was a "user." Left Native hands in 2005. Collection history available.

PERIOD: Early 19th Century

ORIGIN: Oklahoma, United States

SIZE: Blade 9" overall 23"

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