SOLD! for $441.00.
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Two 19th century Native American Indian objects. 1st item: Winnebago hickory bow, 38 1/4"L, with two arrows. Mid 19th century. 2nd item: Beaded wooden tomahawk with antler points, also likely Winnebago, 27 3/4"L. Late 19th century, acquired at an auction in Minnesota in the 1960s. Provenance: Both items collected by consignor's father during the 1960s in Southern Minnesota. CONDITION: Wear to bow and arrows; breaks and losses to tips of arrows. Tomahawk has lost several areas of bead wrapping and some individual beads.