COLONIAL ERA AXE HEAD RECOVERED IN AREA OF FORT TICONDEROGA

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Item Code: 462-130

Tomahawk shaped axe-head recovered from Ft. Ticonderoga area. Blade measures 4 x 2”, shaft hole 1.125” in diameter. Three identical circular blade markings. Exhibits smooth, rusty, plum colored patina. Superb colonial era, “Ft. Ti” collectible. Great desk display piece.  [JP]

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