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Weapon Replicas

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

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Updated with more artifacts: 10/26/2013

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Authentic Stone Artifacts

The handles of the following weapon and tool replicas are handcrafted from willow saplings found growing on Site 2601. I have four untreated willow sapling walking sticks, the first is over 24 years old and as tough and flexible as the day I harvested it. So imagine, 250 willow tree generations ago, the ancestors of these straight, flexible but tough willows gave up their wood to be used on these very same tools and weapons. The Authentic stone artifacts of these Paleo-Indian weapons and tool replicas were used to make yurt poles, spear shafts and axes 12,000 years ago - and took life so that life could survive.

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In making these replicas, I paid special attention to detail: Though modern tools were used in the making of the handles of these beautiful weapons and tools, they were designed taking into account the limited resources of 12,000 years ago. They were also stained to give the look of age and triple-polyurethaned in clear antique flat finish to reduce glare and give the wood a preserved but well-used appearance. With the exception of the Lance flint points, care was taken not to contaminate the stones with either adhesive or wood finish. This rare collectable Ice Age and Paleo Indian art represented as one-of-a-kind authentic replicas, can only increase in value as time goes by ...

LANCE

     
 

Paleo-Indian Period

 
Functional

Paleo Lance

Mounted: Dec. 2003
Recovered: Point purchased Farm Auction 4/28/02
Site: Unknown County, Ark.
Bound with imitation pine pitch and imitation deer sinew, real wild turkey feathers and imitation bone bead and deer hide thong on polyurethaned Willow shaft (shaft from Site 2601). This functional spear is made with a willow pole from Site 2601 and would have made a great "walking stick" as well as a weapon.  The shaft alone is strong enough to be used as a weapon and can hold the weight of a grown man. Its flexibility would make it as dependable, if not more so, than an oak shaft of the same 1.0" dia. The authentic artifact stone tip was bought at auction and hails from an unknown county in Arkansas just 500 miles south of Site 2601. This state may have also been on  the route of the migrating River Owl clan. Artifact: white flint 3.0" L x 23 gm. Overall replica length: 57"

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.           $375  OBO 1.309.486.3428

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Paleo-Indian Period

Jabbing Spear

Functional

Mounted: Nov. 2003
Recovered: Point purchased Farm Auction 4/28/02
Site: Unknown County, Ark.
Bound with imitation pine pitch and imitation deer sinew, real wild turkey feathers and imitation bone bead and deer hide thong on polyurethaned Red Willow shaft (shaft from Site 2601). The authentic artifact stone tip was bought at auction and hails from an unknown county in Arkansas just 500 miles south of Site 2601. This state may have also been on the route of the migrating River Owl clan. Artifact: gray chert 3.25" L x 21.5 gm. Overall replica length: 46" and Dia is .875' avg.

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.      $185

 

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BATTLE AXES

Early Archaic Period
Red Wing Battle Axe
Functional
 

  

Mounted: Nov. 2003        For another close-up of the Axe Head, click here.
Recovered: 4/3/03
Site: Knox County, Ill. Spoon River on Hilltop figurine site 2601D

Authentic iron hematite axe head artifact from Figurine Site 2601D fitted and anchored (without adhesive) into a 1.75 Dia. polyurethaned Wormwood Willow handle from near the same site. This functional weapon has its handle wrapped with leather cord and accented with real wild turkey feathers and imitation turquoise and imitation bone beads with polyurethaned leather bindings around the stone end. Care was taken not to contaminate the stone. The red ochre coating of the stone has all but worn off, or was chipped-off as needed by the original owners to make face paint. The recovery site could have very well been where the chieftain or medicine man dwelled as this was where the red flint surgical blade was also recovered. Note wear on blade edge: this heavy iron-laden weapon was well-used. This weapon clearly shows that the River Owl were using iron millennia before the "Iron-Age". The stone was not worked, but because of its natural tear-drop shaped cross-section, it seats securely into a split-handle form. Functional, but for display only and seller cannot take responsibility for any damage imposed by buyer. The only one of its kind in existence. Waking Dream Shaman (Kokopelli) manikin included. Artifact: 6.25" L x 524 gm. Overall replica length: 33.75"

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.    $2400   OBO 1.309.486.3428

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KNIVES

Paleo-Indian Period
Deer Bone Handle Flint Knife
Functional
    

 

This knife is made with an authentic artifact blade is still sharp enough to skin a deer. Real deer bone handle with authentic artifact serrated hornblende blade.   

  $375

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Early Paleo Period
Deer Bone Handle Chert Knife

P189

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

This knife made with an authentic artifact blade is extremely well-worn - and extremely old. Fluting on both side suggest this artifact to be of the Early Paleo Indian - Clovis Culture 16,000 - 14,000 years old. Real deer bone handle with authentic artifact chert blade. Blade is not cemented into handle, but bound by thong wrapping. Artifact: 3.25" L. Overall replica length: 9.625"

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.    $280 OBO 309.486.3428    

 

 

 

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TOMAHAWKS

 

Early Archaic Period
Blue Tomahawk
Functional
 
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Mounted: Nov. 2003       
Recovered: Mar. 2003
Site: Knox County, Ill. Spoon River bottomland figurine Hill site 2601A.

Authentic iron hematite axe head artifact from Figurine Site 2601A fitted and anchored (without adhesive) into a 1.125 Dia. polyurethaned Willow handle from the same site. This functional weapon is accented with a real wild turkey feather and imitation turquoise and imitation bone beads with leather bindings around the stone end. This hard, naturally sharp slate ax head showing ancient wear contains large amounts of hematite and olivine, which makes it hard enough to chop bone and gives it the remarkable iridescent blue coloration in sunlight. Note areas of weathered-out iron. This weapon clearly shows that the River Owl were using iron millennia before the "Iron-Age". The stone was not worked, but naturally seats in a split-handle form. The only one of its kind in existence. Artifact: 4.5" L x 198.3 gm. Overall replica length: 17.25"

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.            $1450    OBO 1.309.486.3428

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SCRAPERS

Early Archaic Period
Functional
Scraper/Drill

Mounted: Dec. 2001      
Recovered: Mar. 2000
Site: Knox County, Ill. Spoon River bottomland figurine site 2601A.

Authentic charcoal-gray flint scraping tool from Figurine Site 2601A fitted into a 0.875 Dia. polyurethaned Willow handle from the same site. This functional American Indian tool was likely used to hollow out bowls and was found on a mound that was the summer campsite of the River Owl. It's accented with a real wild turkey feather and imitation turquoise and bone beads with leather bindings around the stone end. Artifact: 1.1" Dia. Overall replica length: 8.25"

 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.     $135

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SICKLES

 

        
Late Paleo Indian Period
Functional
Freckled Sickle

Mounted: April 2009      
Recovered: Hanna City, IL auction May 2004
Site: Knox County, Ill.

This very sharp knife blade is fitted (without adhesive) into a solid 1.25 Dia. polyurethaned Wormwood Willow 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: 4.75" L. Overall replica length: 17.50"

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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WAR CLUBS

           
Paleo Indian Period
Functional
Quartzite War Club

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

Authentic quartzite hammer head from Figurine Site 2601C fitted into a 1.0 Dia. polyurethaned Willow handle from the same site. This functional weapon of the River Owl is accented with a real wild turkey feather
with imitation turquoise, imitation rosewood and imitation bone beads with leather bindings around the stone end. The translucent stone was not worked, but naturally seats in a split-handle form. Artifact: 4.5" L. Overall replica length: 14.125"

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.        $1250    OBO 1.309.486.3428

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ADZE

 

           

Paleo Indian Period
Functional
Black Adze

Mounted: Dec. 2001      
Recovered: Mar. 2000
Site: Knox County, Ill. Spoon River bottomland figurine site 2601B.

Authentic artifact stone which
is composed of hematite-rich hornblende with long black crystals of prismatic diamond-shaped cross section. Note weathered-out iron as rusty stains on American Indian tool. This American Indian tool clearly shows that the River Owl were using iron millennia before the "Iron-Age". Found at Figurine Site 2601B and fitted into a 1.0 Dia. polyurethaned Wormwood Willow handle from the same site. This functional pecking and chipping tool of the River Owl. judging by the wear, was heavily used to work other stones - possible even some of our figurine pieces. It is accented with a real wild turkey feather with imitation turquoise, imitation rosewood and imitation bone beads with leather bindings around the stone end. Small adzes are quite rare because they are harder to find.  Artifact: 4.25" L. Overall replica length: 13.50"

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.           $625   OBO 1.309.486.3428

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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.

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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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