Tomahawk

GuyToken

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PetesPockets55

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Trouvé il y a deux semaines, je croyais que c’était un morceau de conduite de gaz en laiton. Nettoyer aujourd’hui et surprise. C’est un tomahawk brisé. Il reste fourneaux.
"Found two weeks ago, thought it was a piece of brass gas line. Clean today and surprise. It's a broken tomahawk. There are still stoves."

Ouah. C'est une excellente trouvaille. Toutes nos félicitations.
(Wow. That is a great find. Congratulations. By Google)
 

PetesPockets55

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Je l'aime!
Existe-t-il un moyen de déterminer un âge pour ce tomahawk?
(I love it. Is there any way to determine an age for this tomahawk?)
 

callmez

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Tesoro Vaquero
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Amazing find!
(Incroyable trouvaille!)

I'm having trouble determining from the photos, it is made entirely of brass?
(J'ai du mal à déterminer d'après les photos, il est entièrement en laiton?)
 

PetesPockets55

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From Google- Wikipedia "Tomahawk"

A partir du lien.
"Les Amérindiens ont créé un sondage de tomahawk, le côté opposé à la lame, qui consistait en un marteau, une pointe ou un tuyau."
Est-ce que le trou dans l'extrémité du "poteau" va jusqu'à l'endroit où la poignée en bois aurait été ?

(From the link:
"Native Americans created a tomahawk’s poll, the side opposite the blade, which consisted of a hammer, spike or a pipe."
Does the hole in the " pole" end go all the way through to where the wooden handle would have been? )
 

pepperj

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Congrats on part of the Tomahawk Guy.
The other piece must be out there someplace.
 

PetesPockets55

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I couldn't get the link to work. Maybe something my end in Oz isn't working.
Thanks Chili.
Le lien devrait être réparé. Mais la revoilà au cas où.


(The link should be fixed. But here it is again just in case.)
 

Chilli

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Feb 10, 2022
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Thanks Chili.
Le lien devrait être réparé. Mais la revoilà au cas où.


(The link should be fixed. But here it is again just in case.)
Yep that works fine đź‘Ť
 

Aureus

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Une trouvaille vraiment exceptionnelle! FĂ©licitations !
 

plehbah2

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May 8, 2023
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That is very exotic stuff. The missing portion of the hatchet part looks like it was modified to be a club, or two sided maul?
 

Phil123

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Jul 23, 2023
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Trouvé il y a deux semaines, je croyais que c’était un morceau de conduite de gaz en laiton. Nettoyer aujourd’hui et surprise. C’est un tomahawk brisé. Il reste fourneaux.
Quelle belle spécimen! Même en trouver une moitié c’est magnifique. Je me souviens encore de la premier hache de traite cassée que j’ai trouvé.

À quelle profondeur la tu trouvé?
 

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