Category Archives: Accoutrements

Iron Pipe Tomahawk – Philip Skene Foundry – 1750

This tomahawk is believed to have been made at the Skene foundry at Skenesborough NY, along Lake Champlain,  by Philip Skene,  who settled there in the early 1750 time frame. It was offered to the local Iroquois as a peace … Continue reading

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Mohawk Indian Tomahawk – 1600 – 1700’s

This tomahawk was made by a Mohawk Indian of the Iroquois nation during the 1600 – 1700 time frame, in the Lake Champlain area of NY. It has a 17 & 5/8 inch handle made of white oak and a 5 & … Continue reading

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Hunting Bag Set

This is a fully in tact hunting bag set with it’s original straps and ties to the bag and powder horn. The bag is deer hide with most of the hair still attached to the skin. The horn is original … Continue reading

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Shot bag and belt

This is a leather strap and shot bag that a ” shot gunner ” would carry on his hunt. The bag still is full of lead shot. All original with no repairs.

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