RARE Ancient Native American Shaman’s Stone Human Effigy Pipe! Fort Ancient, Ohio

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RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Stone Human Effigy Pipe! Fort Ancient, Ohio
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Stone Human Effigy Pipe! Fort Ancient, Ohio
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Stone Human Effigy Pipe! Fort Ancient, Ohio
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Stone Human Effigy Pipe! Fort Ancient, Ohio
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Stone Human Effigy Pipe! Fort Ancient, Ohio
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Stone Human Effigy Pipe! Fort Ancient, Ohio
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Stone Human Effigy Pipe! Fort Ancient, Ohio
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Stone Human Effigy Pipe! Fort Ancient, Ohio
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Stone Human Effigy Pipe! Fort Ancient, Ohio

RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Stone Human Effigy Pipe! Fort Ancient, Ohio
Ancient Art, Antiques, & Fine. Ancient Native American Shaman’s Stone Pipe. Ceremonial or Shamans Effigy Pipe. Found Near Fort Ancient, Ohio. If one truly understands the Medicine Pipe, then one comprehends the infinite Universe. For all is reflected in the Pipe. I certify that this ancient artifact was legally collected on private land with the owner’s permission in Ohio during the late 1800s and has been in private collections since that time. It was a surface find and no caves, graves, or mounds were disturbed. This is an opportunity to legally own a stunning, ancient Native American pipe that is estimated to be at least 250-years-old. Item: Ancient Native American Shamans Stone Pipe. Height: 2.02 (51 mm). 2.22 (57 mm). Weight: 13.7 oz. 78 (19.8 mm). 29 (7.3 mm). Condition: This ancient Native American pipe is in as found condition. It has multiple dings, abrasion scars, some nicks and a black substance that appears to be tar, no doubt from sap that has come from burning a pine tree, is present along the top side of this intriguing pipe. It is in museum quality condition with no repairs or restorations. In the late 19. Century, this astonishing human effigy pipe was recovered on the surface of private land near the Fort Ancient area of Ohio. Until I added it to my collection in 2018, it had been in a private collection in Boulder, Colorado, for over 20 years. Based upon this pipes find location, it appears likely it was made by a Fort Ancient shaman approximately 250 to 1,000 years-ago! The Fort Ancient culture was once thought to have been an expansion of the Mississippian cultures. It is now accepted as an independently developed culture that descended from the Hopewell culture (100 BCE500 CE). The Fort Ancient Culture’s most famous mound is called the serpent mound. Its huge size suggests this stone pipe was likely used for tribal ceremonies by a shaman holy man, who would fill the bowl with special herbs and tobacco that would produce a strong narcotic effect useful as an aid in attaining stance states through which the ancestor Spirits and Sun God could be reached. Shamanism in North America by Norman Bancroft Hunt, pg. Unlike modern smokers, there was little recreational use of tobacco by ancient Native Americans. Instead, pipes like this one were used only for ceremonial and ritual purposes. A hollow reed would have been inserted into the hole at the base of the bowl. Effigy pipes depicting various animals were common in the Fort Ancient area, but human effigy pipes made by shaman are extremely RARE and highly collectible! They would only have been made and used by one shaman and then cremated, killed by breaking in two, or buried with the shaman upon his death. The very large, ancient pipe is shaped and carved from sandstone and shows a human face on the outward side of the smoke bowl. This image is thought to be that of a shaman/medicine man that is speaking to the spirits. It would have been made and used by a shaman during his spirit journeys to the astro-plane. This pipe would have been part of the shamans paraphernalia that he regularly used in his spirit quests. The significance Fort Ancient has to this region is so great, that the site could soon become a World Heritage Site joining the likes of only 23 other World Heritage Sites in the U. Including Yosemite National Park. This pipe was uncovered in a field just north of the Fort Ancient hilltop complex and south of the small community of Oregonia that is located in southwest Ohio. Oregonia is an unincorporated community in northwestern Washington Township, Warren County, Ohio, United States, on the east shore of the Little Miami River, about five miles northeast of Lebanon and six miles south of Waynesville. Fort Ancient is a giant, hilltop enclosure in Warren County Ohio between Dayton and Cincinnati, in the woods along the Little Miami River; it is a remarkable, complex series of low-rise earthworks that were constructed by hand more than 2,000 ago. They are one of the largest remaining structures left by prehistoric Native Americans anywhere in the country. They were built by people who probably used deer bones, stones and wooden tools to scrape earth into wicker baskets, which they dumped and stacked and shaped to form three and a half miles of walls that enclosed 126 acres on a plateau overlooking the river. Some of the walls were 50 feet wide, and up to 23 feet high. As many as 67 breaks in the walls are now known as “gateways, ” which can still be seen. Some 553,000 estimated cubic yards of earth that make up the site were moved into place. All photos taken indoors; and the stand, the dried moss in the pipe, and the ruler are not part of the sale, just there so you can better judge the size. Each object I sell is professionally researched and compared with similar objects in the collections of the finest museums in the world. When in doubt, I have worked with dozens of subject matter experts to determine the condition and authenticity of numerous antiquities and antiques. All sales are Final, unless I have seriously misrepresented this item! Please look at the macro photos carefully as they are part of the description. Member of the Authentic Artifact Collectors Association (AACA) & the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA). The item “RARE Ancient Native American Shaman’s Stone Human Effigy Pipe! Fort Ancient, Ohio” is in sale since Wednesday, March 27, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\Pre-1600\Pipes”. The seller is “houghton-usa” and is located in Sequim, Washington. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom.
  • Provenance: Ownership History Available
  • Tribal Affiliation: Fort Ancient Culture
  • Handmade: Yes
  • Origin: Fort Ancient, Ohio
  • Artisan: Unknown Shaman
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Stone Human Effigy Pipe! Fort Ancient, Ohio

Early Rare Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Head Gun Barrel Bowl 1780

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Early Rare Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Head Gun Barrel Bowl 1780
Early Rare Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Head Gun Barrel Bowl 1780
Early Rare Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Head Gun Barrel Bowl 1780
Early Rare Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Head Gun Barrel Bowl 1780
Early Rare Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Head Gun Barrel Bowl 1780
Early Rare Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Head Gun Barrel Bowl 1780
Early Rare Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Head Gun Barrel Bowl 1780
Early Rare Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Head Gun Barrel Bowl 1780
Early Rare Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Head Gun Barrel Bowl 1780
Early Rare Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Head Gun Barrel Bowl 1780

Early Rare Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Head Gun Barrel Bowl 1780
The pipe tomahawk is in excellent condition with no repairs or damage. Spontoon style head patterned after the pike heads of the Spanish Conquistadors and explorers. Nice head forged from the barrel of a gun. Octagonal barrel and rifling inside. Looking closely, you will see the seam where the hardened bit was forged in to the shoulder of the tomahawk, commonly called a lap weld or lap seam. A good sign of authenticity and age. Walnut wood haft is original to the head. The brass tacks are original old square shank tacks. All along the haft are many ceremonial file branding marks made by placing a file or rasp in the fire until it was bright red and then burning the file into the haft. This was done for aesthetic “looks” and ceremonial purposes. There is a drilled hole for attaching drops or beads. The head is ever so slightly loose, the result of the wood drying and shrinking over the course of 170 years. A hide or leather gasket is seen between the eye and head. VERY NICE patina all over, really shows its age! The unusual style head is very desirable. Conservatively dated to 1780 but may be earlier. The haft of the tomahawk is measuring 21.5″ long and the head is measuring about 8.5″ long. Please ask any questions you may have. Thank you so much for looking! The item “Early Rare Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Head Gun Barrel Bowl 1780″ is in sale since Sunday, June 21, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “mejsoldit” and is located in Jonesborough, Tennessee. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Maker: Crow Indian
  • Material: Iron

Early Rare Crow Indian Pipe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Head Gun Barrel Bowl 1780

Fine rare old native American beaded pipe or tobacco bag

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Fine rare old native American beaded pipe or tobacco bag
Fine rare old native American beaded pipe or tobacco bag
Fine rare old native American beaded pipe or tobacco bag

Fine rare old native American beaded pipe or tobacco bag
Fine rare old native American beaded pipe or tobacco bag Buckskin, finely beaded on the both sides with glass beads in floral and geometric designs, Possibly Apache or Plateau Measures: Height 30 cm Period: Late 19th century-early 20th century. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Fine rare old native American beaded pipe or tobacco bag” is in sale since Thursday, December 5, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “arte-facto” and is located in London. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Fine rare old native American beaded pipe or tobacco bag

Rare Native American Hand Made Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Cutaway Head

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Rare Native American Hand Made Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Cutaway Head
Rare Native American Hand Made Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Cutaway Head
Rare Native American Hand Made Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Cutaway Head
Rare Native American Hand Made Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Cutaway Head
Rare Native American Hand Made Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Cutaway Head
Rare Native American Hand Made Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Cutaway Head
Rare Native American Hand Made Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Cutaway Head
Rare Native American Hand Made Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Cutaway Head
Rare Native American Hand Made Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Cutaway Head

Rare Native American Hand Made Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Cutaway Head
WOW here is an RARE NATIVE AMERICAN HAND MADE PIPE AXE TOMAHAWK FORGED SPONTOON CUTAWAY HEAD. This is a very rare and special Native American Hand Made Pipe Axe Tomahawk. This as well as some other rare Native American pieces come from a large collection that I have the pleasure of helping liquidate. The axe handle measures 22 inches long and the axe head / with pip measures 10 inches long. Its in amazing condition for its age with normal wear. It has nice brass tacks around the top of the handle and amazing detail to the axe head with a cut out heart shape two holes, and two scrolls. I checked the pipe shaft to see if it is clear, and it seems to be a little clogged from age, although I can feel some airflow come through with I blow air through the Pipe. Im unsure of the exact date, but know it is pre 1900s. Let me know if you have any questions, and thanks for looking! LETS MAKE A DEAL!!! The item “RARE NATIVE AMERICAN HAND MADE PIPE AXE TOMAHAWK FORGED SPONTOON CUTAWAY HEAD” is in sale since Friday, November 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “theartofcollecting” and is located in Indianapolis, Indiana. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Material: Iron
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Color: Brown

Rare Native American Hand Made Pipe Axe Tomahawk Forged Spontoon Cutaway Head

RARE Ancient Native American Shaman’s Copperhead Snake Effigy Pipe withPetroglyphs

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RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Copperhead Snake Effigy Pipe withPetroglyphs
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Copperhead Snake Effigy Pipe withPetroglyphs
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Copperhead Snake Effigy Pipe withPetroglyphs
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Copperhead Snake Effigy Pipe withPetroglyphs
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Copperhead Snake Effigy Pipe withPetroglyphs
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Copperhead Snake Effigy Pipe withPetroglyphs
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Copperhead Snake Effigy Pipe withPetroglyphs
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Copperhead Snake Effigy Pipe withPetroglyphs
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Copperhead Snake Effigy Pipe withPetroglyphs
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Copperhead Snake Effigy Pipe withPetroglyphs
RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Copperhead Snake Effigy Pipe withPetroglyphs

RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Copperhead Snake Effigy Pipe withPetroglyphs
Ancient Art, Antiques, & Fine. RARE Native American Tube Style Stone Medicine Pipe. Ancient Copperhead Snake Effigy Pipe with Engraved Petroglyphs. Found Near Peachtree Mound in Murphy, North Carolina. If one truly understands the Medicine Pipe, then one comprehends the infinite Universe. For all is reflected in the Pipe. I certify that this ancient artifact was legally collected on private land with the owner’s permission near Murphy, North Carolina, during the late 1800s and has been in private collections since that time. It was a surface find and no caves, graves, or mounds were disturbed. This is an opportunity to legally own a stunning, ancient Native American pipe that is estimated to be at least 500-years-old and perhaps as old as 1,500-years-old. Item: Native American Copperhead Shaped, Tube Style Pipe. Find Location: Near Peachtree Mound, Murphy, North Carolina. Yuchi or Koasati People. Material: Carved & Drilled hard stone with petroglyphs. Length: 2.8 (73 mm). Width: 1.87 (48 mm). Weight: 1.9 oz. 11 (2.85 mm). Condition: Very good, museum quality with no repairs or restorations. This astonishingly beautiful yet compact medicine pipe is shaped like the head of a copperhead snakeas viewed from above. It has multiple soil abrasion scratches, some tiny dings. Providence/History: This stone pipe has a nice, authentic patina and was part of a larger, local family collection from near Murphy, North Carolina, for most of the 1900s. It is Guaranteed original and authentic. This remarkable and perhaps unique stone pipe shaped like the flared head of a Copperhead Snake came out of an early ceremonial mound called Peachtree Mound that is located near the town of Murphy, in southwestern North Carolina. This modified, tube style pipe in the shape of a Copperhead Snakes head measures 2.8 (73 mm) in length and is in very good, museum quality condition. It has several, small petroglyphs on the sides of the round pipe and on the protruding flared wings. It is made of a well-polished, high grade black stonea rarity in itselfthat is made even more unique because of the engraving. I have noticed that Shaman from various North American tribes often made their paraphernalia from black stones that may have held special powers for them. The inside of the bowl is adorned with vertical lines carved into the sides that are typical of pipes made to worship the Great Spirit; for as the smoke rose from the pipe, it carried the prayers of the tribe to the Great Spirit in the heavens. The copperhead snake has long been revered and worshipped by the Yuchi and the Koasati People of North Carolina. The copperheads ability to cast their skins, kill with their bite, and their ability to drive away evil spirits and heal the sick are well known. Shaman were able to maintain close spiritual links between themselves and the copperheads. The Shamans combination of this Copperhead effigy pipe and the power of smoke to heal were powerful tools in his paraphernalia to heal the sick with the help of the Spirit realm. Dreaming of the Snake, which is a power of the Earth, automatically included the Spirits of other animals that were essential in the curing right of the Shamans. Furthermore, each Shaman was believed to carry within him a number of Spirit Animalsmost commonly in the form of lizards and snakeswhich directed and guided his judgements. Decisions were made on the basis of advice supposedly received from such supernatural animal helpers. In addition, every Shaman boasted specific skills in the curing of certain types of illnesses and wore appropriate insignia to proclaim this fact to his tribe. Shaman who could treat snake bite often wore a fox skin, while an owl feather was the badge of a shaman capable of trailing an enemy at night. The Shaman/Medicine Man/Priest also believed that their appeals to the Spirits should be made to those forces that were responsible for causing harm or illness in the first place, since those forces would have the power to undo it. Therefore, it was not unusual for Snake to be invoked in cases of illness that were attributable to snakebite. Shaman/Priests were also thought to be able to use their powers to conduct rituals associated with Snakes to bring rain and fertility, as well as cure paralysis that was thought to be caused by Lightning, the messenger of Snake. Snake was thought to control other elements or Spirits over which the Snakes were believed to exercise control. The sacred mounds in southwestern North Carolina were first documented in 1567 by the Spanish explorer Capitan Juan Pardos chronicler, Licenciado Juan de la Bandera, who wrote about the tribes who inhabited this area during their 16. But it wasnt until the early 1900s, when one of the main burial mounds in that area was largely destroyed first by archeologists and then later digging by farmers who picked up these artifacts while tilling their fields and plowing over the mounds. With many of the mounds destroyed, very little is currently known about the multicultural site of Peachtree Mound, which probably was occupied in succession by Yuchi, the ancestors of the Koasati People, the Kusa branch of the Creeks, Apalachee from northern Florida and a member town of the Cherokee Alliance. Along with the Great Spirit who created the Earth and Man, these early tribes in North Carolina worshiped the copperhead snake. In fact, Hiwassee is a Koasati or Highland Hitchiti word, which can either be translated as copperhead snake, small pit viper, or children of the pit viper. Cherokee oral tradition remembers that when they first entered this region, it was occupied by Muskogean who worshiped a serpent idol with ruby eyes, built large mounds, and lived in rectangular houses. Their neighbors and allies, the Yuchi , lived in round houses in round villages. The English called the Carolina Mountain Yuchi , the Roundtown People. The Peachtree Mound is a little-known, ancient Native American village site in the North Carolina Mountains that is near to the current town of Murphy, NC. This is near where this copperhead pipe was recovered in the late 1800s. According to experts, settlement at the convergence of the Peachtree Creek and the Hiwassee River in Cherokee County dates to the Archaic period 8000 to 1000 B. , with ongoing occupation continuing until historic times. Unfortunately, an unscientific exploration of the village site and mound in 1885 resulted in the removal of significant archeological material. The Peachtree Site had one of the few Hierarchal Period mounds in the North Carolina Mountains that has been excavated by professional archaeologists. In 1933, however, the Smithsonian Institution conducted a more careful excavation of the site, which investigators concluded was the ancient Cherokee village of Guasili. Numerous recorders of Hernando De Soto’s gold expedition to the area in 1540 mention Guasili, where they report they were graciously received and entertained. The Smithsonian team found nearly 250,000 pieces of pottery at the Peachtree Village site and discovered 68 burial sites, some enclosed in stone-lined graves. Indians built earthen mounds that were often used as burial sites. The Peachtree Mound, according to the Smithsonian report, was a multilevel ceremonial structure. At the base, a hard-packed floor was the foundation for a wood and stone building, covered by an earthen mound about 60 feet in diameter. A sand stratum separated the first mound from a larger mound which was built later and appeared to have undergone at least two major periods of construction. Evidence of superimposed floors indicated that the second mound supported three separate ceremonial structures. Earthen mounds like this are scattered all over the valley floors of the Blue Ridge Smoky Mountains all the way through the Mississippi River Valley regions, and they come in various sizes. The Kituwah village mound located just east of Bryson City in Swain County, North Carolina, some believe it to be 10,000 years old or possibly older. The Cherokee people call the area Kituwah “the mother town, ” site of their origins as a native people. Unfortunately, this work was done in an era when neither precise aerial photography nor radiocarbon dating was possible. Also, archaeologists of this era were primarily interested in obtaining trophy artifacts for their museum and benefactors in the Northeast, so little attention was given to the Native American village as a whole or its chronology. What archaeologists did find here at this site was a low and ancient man-made mound they believe dates to the Archaic period 8000 to 1000 B. So important was this find, that in 1933 a research team from the Smithsonian worked the dig uncovering nearly 250,000 pieces of pottery along with 68 burial sites enclosed in stone-lined graves. Early Native American’s constructed earth mounds for either burial or ceremonial purpose, the Smithsonian report concluded that this mound was a multi-level ceremonial structure. Some evidence at the site was inconclusive due to damage from an earlier dig in 1885, possibly treasure hunters or Indiana Jones amateurs. Sadly, most of the mounds were partially destroyed during the early 20. Century and farmers damaged what remained after the archaeologists left. However, the footprint of many of the ceremonial and burial mounds are still visible on color overhead satellite images or those taken in infrared. The Peachtree Mound is on private property not a public site. The natives in late prehistoric and early historic North America made and used many kinds of instruments for smoking diverse types of plant material, including hallucinogenic botanicals. Some groups and some villages seem to have produced larger quantities and more complex varieties of pipes than others with the current thoughts being that these particular bands of aborigines were more spiritual and ritualistically inclined. It is difficult to separate the pious and pompous existences that were so closely intertwined in the daily lives of these endemic ancient cultures, so today we generally just call them religious/ceremonial societies. We do know, according to the reports from 16. Century European visitors, that these indigenous people did indeed use and smoke native tobacco as well as many other medicinal/herbal/addictive and mind-altering plants such as salvia, passionflower, morning glory and, of course, flowers and leaves of the hemp plant, or as we normally call it today cannabis or marijuana. In the area that is now North Carolina, a venerable settlement of these ethnic folk did make many smoking implements in order to inhale the vaporous fumes from almost countless plants smoking implements such as this unusual square stem collared pipe. Ancient Native American rock art is divided into two basic categories: petroglyphs and pictographs. Both originally had some symbolic meaning, but as these early Native American people had no written language, so the symbols are more of a pictographic nature. Petroglyphs are carved (hammered, pecked, abraded, incised, or scratched) into the stone object and also include cupules (pits), scratches and grooves, like those seen on the flared sides of this pipe. On one sides of the pipe, there are several tiny petroglyphs that have been percussively pounded into the stone! It is Extremely RARE to find petroglyphs in ancient Native American pipes. With macro photos taken in direct sunlight and indoors, I hope you can faintly see images in the blackened stone; although, they are best viewed in person and under low magnification. Perhaps the most noticeable of the petroglyphs are the hour-glass shaped marks on the underside of the pipe that appear to resemble the markings on a copperhead snake! There are very faint incised marks made by a human hand that remain a mystery. These petroglyphs were likely made by the Yuchi shaman who made this sacred pipe and used it to communicate with the Great Spirit and other idols like the Copperhead Snake. It may have been used to with special herbs that were used by the shaman in healing or in communicating with the spirits. As images of human and animal figures are often found in shaman paraphernalia that is used by the shaman to communicate with the spirits in the astroplane during his/her trances. Each pipe maker captured his unique thoughts in his creation, and those making an effigy representation fashioned an image of a living beingone they very much admired and respected, as it could take hundreds of hours to fashion their work. Unknowingly, they gifted those creature representations to us, millenniums later, for study and admiration. In this writer’s humble estimation, these stone effigies are some of the premier artforms that prehistoric peoples gave us. Cherokee County Historical Museum. Norman Bancroft Hunt, Shamanism in North America, 2002. All photos taken indoors; and the stand, the dried moss in the pipe, and the ruler are not part of the sale, just there so you can better judge the size. Each object I sell is professionally researched and compared with similar objects in the collections of the finest museums in the world. When in doubt, I have worked with dozens of subject matter experts to determine the condition and authenticity of numerous antiquities and antiques. All sales are Final, unless I have seriously misrepresented this item! Please look at the macro photos carefully as they are part of the description. Member of the Authentic Artifact Collectors Association (AACA) & the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA). The item “RARE Ancient Native American Shaman’s Copperhead Snake Effigy Pipe withPetroglyphs” is in sale since Friday, March 29, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\Pre-1600\Pipes”. The seller is “houghton-usa” and is located in Sequim, Washington. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, Australia.
  • Find Location: North Carolina
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Artisan: Unknown Shaman
  • Provenance: Ownership History Available
  • Origin: Near Peachtree Mound, Murphy, North Carolina
  • Tribal Affiliation: Yuchi or the Koasati People

RARE Ancient Native American Shaman's Copperhead Snake Effigy Pipe withPetroglyphs

Native American Pipe Engraved ancient broken Rare Ohio artifact relic

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Native American Pipe Engraved ancient broken Rare Ohio artifact relic
Native American Pipe Engraved ancient broken Rare Ohio artifact relic
Native American Pipe Engraved ancient broken Rare Ohio artifact relic
Native American Pipe Engraved ancient broken Rare Ohio artifact relic
Native American Pipe Engraved ancient broken Rare Ohio artifact relic
Native American Pipe Engraved ancient broken Rare Ohio artifact relic
Native American Pipe Engraved ancient broken Rare Ohio artifact relic

Native American Pipe Engraved ancient broken Rare Ohio artifact relic
My dear friend is in a financial crisis with his medical bills so unfortunately he must sell a few artifacts from his collection. If they sell good i will continue posting at his request. This piece is well made but seems anciently broken. Well polished nice patina overall a great artifact. Please take a minute to view the pictures and feel free to ask questions thank you. Native American Pipe Engraved ancient broken Rare Ohio artifact relic. The item “Native American Pipe Engraved ancient broken Rare Ohio artifact relic” is in sale since Tuesday, November 19, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\Pre-1600\Artifacts”. The seller is “isstep_56″ and is located in Jackson, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, South africa, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Dominican republic, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, El salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Cayman islands, Luxembourg, Uruguay, Russian federation.
Native American Pipe Engraved ancient broken Rare Ohio artifact relic

18th Century Native American Indian Pipe Tomahawk Historically Rare Long Island

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18th Century Native American Indian Pipe Tomahawk Historically Rare Long Island
18th Century Native American Indian Pipe Tomahawk Historically Rare Long Island
18th Century Native American Indian Pipe Tomahawk Historically Rare Long Island
18th Century Native American Indian Pipe Tomahawk Historically Rare Long Island
18th Century Native American Indian Pipe Tomahawk Historically Rare Long Island
18th Century Native American Indian Pipe Tomahawk Historically Rare Long Island

18th Century Native American Indian Pipe Tomahawk Historically Rare Long Island
Historically rare early east coast forged Pipe Tomahawk circa 1775 or before. Measures 8 1/4 in length and has an early type of forging. This rare find is one of only a few original pipe tomahawk heads ever found. This item was found in the early 1970’s by Charles Greenman in a junk shop in Long Island, New York. He asked the store owner where it came from and he said a local farmer outside the city brought it in after plowing it up on his farm. Charles eventually gave it to his son Carlos Greenman who still resides in Ojo Caliente Hot Springs in New Mexico. I bought it from Lynn Canterbury in September of this year at a show in Santa Fe, New Mexico. This item was dug decades ago and is truly an American treasure. Belongs in a Museum. Guaranteed all original and authentic. The item “18th Century Native American Indian Pipe Tomahawk Historically Rare Long Island” is in sale since Sunday, November 10, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Weapons”. The seller is “gonefishing1930″ and is located in Paola, Kansas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Provenance: Ownership History Available
  • Tribal Affiliation: Early east coast Indians
  • Origin: Long Island, New York
  • Artisan: Early Native American East Coast

18th Century Native American Indian Pipe Tomahawk Historically Rare Long Island

Rare Old Native American Indian wood pipe bowl North west coast

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Rare Old Native American Indian wood pipe bowl North west coast
Rare Old Native American Indian wood pipe bowl. A rare and unusual pipe bowl of wood with red painted pigment. North west coast possibly. Period : 19th century or earlier. Condition: well used example. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Rare Old Native American Indian wood pipe bowl North west coast” is in sale since Monday, April 23, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Other Nat. Am. Items 1800-1934″. The seller is “arte-facto” and is located in London. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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Rare Old Native American Indian wood pipe bowl North west coast

Native American Double Effigy Pipe RARE found in Virginia

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Native American Double Effigy Pipe RARE found in Virginia
Native American Double Effigy Pipe RARE found in Virginia
Native American Double Effigy Pipe RARE found in Virginia
Native American Double Effigy Pipe RARE found in Virginia
Native American Double Effigy Pipe RARE found in Virginia
Native American Double Effigy Pipe RARE found in Virginia
Native American Double Effigy Pipe RARE found in Virginia

Native American Double Effigy Pipe RARE found in Virginia
My dear friend is in a financial crisis with his medical bills so unfortunately he must sell a few artifacts from his collection. If they sell good i will continue posting at his request. Please take a minute to look through the pictures and feel free to ask questions thank you! Native American Double Effigy Pipe RARE found in Virginia. The item “Native American Double Effigy Pipe RARE found in Virginia” is in sale since Thursday, July 25, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\Pre-1600\Artifacts”. The seller is “isstep_56″ and is located in Jackson, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, South africa, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Cayman islands, Luxembourg, Uruguay, Russian federation, Dominican republic, El salvador.
Native American Double Effigy Pipe RARE found in Virginia

Rare American Indian Leaded pipe bowl

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Rare American Indian Leaded pipe bowl
Rare American Indian Leaded pipe bowl
Rare American Indian Leaded pipe bowl
Rare American Indian Leaded pipe bowl
Rare American Indian Leaded pipe bowl

Rare American Indian Leaded pipe bowl
American Indian Leaded hard stone elbow pipe bowl with carved and leaded design. Circa 19th century or earlier. Provenance: Ex UK collection. Size 2 1/2 x 2 inches approx. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Rare American Indian Leaded pipe bowl” is in sale since Thursday, May 10, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American”. The seller is “arte-facto” and is located in London. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Rare American Indian Leaded pipe bowl