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    Little teenie tomahawk

    Ive dug a few of these things over the years, this one looks as if it was made to hang from a ribbon or something along those lines. Anyone have an idea IHP is for size reference. Thanks in advance
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    I was a kid once, but I wasnt very good at it

    2020 YTD totals
    Silver coins 71
    Large coppers 12
    Silver rings 9
    Gold rings 5
    Silver items 18
    Skeleton keys 4
    Military buttons 6
    Flat buttons 59
    IHP 47
    Flying eagle cent 1

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    "Is that a Geiger Counter?"

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    Close to the hawk used in the (I kid you not) Daughters of Pocahontas pin (a splinter offshoot of Eastern Star/Masons).

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    Bob

    Jan 2018
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    Hmmmm, I’m a Freemason, I’ll need to look into that. Thanks Charlie
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    I was a kid once, but I wasnt very good at it

    2020 YTD totals
    Silver coins 71
    Large coppers 12
    Silver rings 9
    Gold rings 5
    Silver items 18
    Skeleton keys 4
    Military buttons 6
    Flat buttons 59
    IHP 47
    Flying eagle cent 1

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    Might be a BSA Totin Chip axe
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    Bob

    Jan 2018
    Central Massachusetts
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLK HOLE View Post
    Might be a BSA Totin Chip axe
    Thank you sir!!!!
    I was a kid once, but I wasnt very good at it

    2020 YTD totals
    Silver coins 71
    Large coppers 12
    Silver rings 9
    Gold rings 5
    Silver items 18
    Skeleton keys 4
    Military buttons 6
    Flat buttons 59
    IHP 47
    Flying eagle cent 1

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    I don't think it's BSA, but the IORM had tomahawks. (Improved Order of Red Men) I have a couple of their larger size tomahawks given to members. They are sometimes regarded as the oldest patriotic fraternal organization in the US, dating back to 1834.
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