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REALISTIC collectible Native American Indian tools, knives, spears, battle axes, tomahawks and war club replicas for sale.

The stone artifacts guaranteed authentic.

 

 

Updated with more artifacts: 05/14/2017

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FIRE STARTER KIT

  

Genuine Native American-Made Fire Starter Kit

Consignment:  This fire starting kit is a very old leather pouch with a steel striker and a flint in the bag. This was given to a Sioux friend of mine by his grandfather while growing up on the Lower Brule Indian Res. in S. D. in the 1940s. He gave it to me shortly before he passed in 2008. The leather pouch has some bead work. I will reveal to the buyer the makers name. Herb H $395  OBO  Interested parties email paleoart@centurylink.net

 

DEAR HANDLE KNIVES

Ice Age Deer Antler Knife

Consignment:  The handle is deer antler (notched for a blade) found in a Florida river. I knapped the blade from Texas Edwards Plateau chert and attached to the handle with real pine pitch and wrapped with real buffalo sinew. The handle is 6 1/2" and the exposed blade is 5" x 1 3/8". Herb H.  SOLD

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Ice Age Deer Jawbone Knife

Consignment:  Many years ago I purchased a Pleistocene Ice Age deer jaw found in the Arkansas River gravels of Oklahoma and coupled it with a nice thin knife blade from central Pennsylvania. It is wrapped with real buffalo sinew. The deer jaw is somewhat fragile so a nice display case (shown with next item below) is included to protect it. Herb H.   $450  OBO   Interested parties email paleoart@centurylink.net

 

Deer Bone Scraper

Consignment:  Here, I combined a hafted scraper with an old deer rib tine wrapped with real buffalo sinew. Herb H.  $125  OBO Call 309.486.3428

The Set:  With Jawbone Knife above as a set is only $495  OBO   Save $150!  Interested parties email paleoart@centurylink.net

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Early Archaic Period
Deer Bone Handle Flint Knife
Functional

Mounted: April 2009      
Recovered: Hanna City, IL auction Mar. 2004
Site: Stark County, Ill.

This knife made with an authentic artifact blade is still sharp enough it could skin a deer. Real deer bone handle with authentic artifact flint blade. Blade is not cemented into handle, but bound by wrapped, wet leather thong that has dried to a tight shrink-fit. (Early man cemented such items using hot pine pitch.) Artifact: 2.75" L. Overall replica length: 8.0"

 Artifact can be removed for inspection. Caution: Very sharp

For display only, not intended for actual use. The seller is not responsible for the use, or misuse of this or any other item sold.          $225   OBO Interested parties email paleoart@centurylink.net   

 

           

Early Archaic Period
Functional
Forked Tomahawk

Mounted: Nov. 2003       
Recovered: Feb. 2003
Site: Knox County, Ill. Spoon River bottomland figurine site 2601C.

Authentic hornblende axe head artifact from Figurine Site 2601C fitted and anchored (without adhesive) into a beautiful 1.0 Dia. polyurethaned Knotty Willow handle from the same site. This functional weapon is accented with real wild turkey feathers, imitation turquoise, imitation bone, and imitation rosewood beads with polyurethaned leather bindings around the stone end. This super-hard hornblende battle ax head was well-used with a heavy wear on the front blade. The stone was cleaved from a larger piece by the ancient tool maker and naturally seats in a fork-handle form.
Truly a Stone-Age weapon of distinction. Artifact: 8.0" L x 512 gm. Overall replica length: 17.50"

For display only, not intended for actual use. The seller is not responsible for the use, or misuse of this or any other item sold.     $550   OBO Interested parties email paleoart@centurylink.net  

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Early Archaic Period
Functional
Olivine Sickle

Mounted: Dec. 2003      
Recovered: Oct. 2003
Site: Knox County, Ill. Spoon River bottomland figurine site 2601C.
Authentic dark green olivine hornblende American Indian tool from Figurine Site 2601C fitted into a 1.125 Dia. polyurethaned Wormwood Willow handle from the same site. (Early man cemented such items using hot pine pitch.) This well-worn tool was likely used to harvest grasses for bedding, food crops and self-defense. It was found in the figurine washout location of the River Owl site. It's accented with a real wild turkey feather with imitation turquoise, imitation rosewood and imitation bone beads with leather bindings around the stone end. The stone, when wetted, has a beautiful deep forest green coloration. It was clipped from a larger piece by the ancient tool maker and naturally seats in a split-handle form. Artifact: 4.0" L, Wt: 101.8 gm. Overall replica length: 15.75"

Caution: Not fully functional until artifact is cemented into handle - artifact may dislodge from moving handle and may be damaged or cause injury if not cemented. Artifact can be removed for inspection.

For display only, not intended for actual use. The seller is not responsible for the use, or misuse of this or any other item sold.     $330

 

Paleo Indian Period
Deer Bone Sickle
Functional

Mounted: April 2009      
Recovered: Hanna City, IL auction Mar. 2004
Site: Fulton County Ill.

This very sharp knife blade is fitted (without adhesive) into a genuine deer bone handle from figurine site. (Early man cemented such items using hot pine pitch.) This American Indian tool may have been used to harvest grass for bedding and other plants for food. It is also sharp enough to be used to process game for its meat and hide. Artifact: 3.325" L. Overall replica length: 9.75"

Caution: Not fully functional until artifact is cemented into handle - artifact may dislodge from moving handle and may be damaged or cause injury if not cemented.  Artifact can be removed for inspection. Very sharp

For display only, not intended for actual use. The seller is not responsible for the use, or misuse of this or any other item sold.     $225

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 Our Guarantee

All artifacts presented here from the Spoon River and other sites are guaranteed to be unaltered originals. We abide by these strict Rules of Conduct for fairness in trade: One, We do not knowingly or intentionally sale reproduction artifacts. If the original broken surfaces on any tested point by an independent laboratory prove these pieces to be historic, then return it and we will refund to you, in full, the price of the artifact; Two, If for any other reason you are unhappy with your purchase, you have 14 days to return the item for a full refund, excluding return shipping charges, no questions asked. All returned items must however be received in the original condition for a full refund. Three, we maintain a strict smoke- and pet-free environment. Arrowheads and Stone Age tools from neighboring Spoon River valley sites are also available.

Steve and Delores Hampton
paleoart@centurylink.net

 

Return Policy

Items may be returned undamaged for a full refund (minus PayPal fees and return shipping cost) within 14 days of purchase. Buyer is fully responsible for the secure packaging of the returned article.

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