Lewis and Clark Commemorative Tomahawk Axe

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  • Item Category: Militaria & Weapons
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 30, 2007
  • Channel: Auction House

This is a reproduction of the Tomahawks carried by the Lewis and Clark expedition. These items were found by Mr. Clark in a government warehouse and used primarily for trade along the journey.

This recreation has an 18 inch wood handle which is fitted onto the axe head and Engraved with " L & C " on the blade and 1805 on the neck. These Tomahawks have been produced to coincide with the U.S. Government celebration of the Lewis and Clark Expedition of Exploration Bi-Centennial. This item measures a total length of 20", and is ready to ship to you today in a special order box with the best packaging anyw! Never had a complaint after selling 500+ of this item.

This is a fantastic item for any historic re-enactment and looks fantastic in a display case or on the wall. This is a very nice reproduction that you will be proud to show off. This hawk is also suitable for light wood work. To make this reproduction look as good as possible the handle is made of a nice wood with a distinct grain that looks best after sanding and a light stain done during the manufacturing process

I do have one myself that I have sharpened and after much use replaced the original handle with a hickory handle from my local hardware store. I get many compliments and questions when people see me using it, it is a real conversation piece!
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