• Uruguayan Bolos

    Three balls held in cups of woven leather strips attached to rawhide ropes.

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  • Ivory Spear Head

    Spear tip, ivory. Fluted down middle from top to bottom on 1 side. Used for fishing & harpooning.

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  • Southern Mexico Tribe Bow

    Crude wood bow, circular, heavy twine string, tribal, Southern Mexico.

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  • Curved-Blade Bolo and Sheath

    Leather sheath, floral decorative flap and circular stamped design on front.

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  • Gurkha Knives

    Gurkha knife with 12 1/2' (32 cm) blade. Largest of the three knives (b). Knife fits into leather case (83-70-21a). Curved blade with wooden handle that is flat on bottom. Two small knives (c [left] a…

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  • Dark Wood Hilt Sword

    Long metal sword with dark wooden handle hilt, carved handle and hilt, sword tip splits into two parts. With sheath part 'b'.

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  • Alaskan Bone Arrows

    Arrows with wooden shafts and bone arrowhead.

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  • Nulla Nulla Stick

    Wooden stick crudely shaped, etched design, called 'nulla nulla'.

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  • Alaskan Eskimo Atlatl

    Hand carved wood, natural aged finish, tapered with hand hold spear socket, Vicinity of Shismaref, N.W. Seward Peninsula, Alaskan Eskimo

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  • Working Bolo and Sheath from Philippines

    11 inch blade, natural wood handle. Inscription on blade 'Working Bolo Taken From Filipino at Barris of Abilo P.I. on Feb. 25, 1901 Harry S. Ethel, Company A, 39th Infantry.' Sheath is two halves of l…

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  • Seal Skin Sling

    Sling, made of brown sealskin, triangle with cut small holes end to end, long narrow strips at each end, hunting sling, Eskimo, modern.

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  • Hand Carved Wooden Bolo

    Hand carved wooden bolo. Hole through top of handle, round blade flattens to point.

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  • Musgrave Range Boomerange

    Boomerang, carved design, range approximately 75 yards, Musgrave Range, Northern Territory, Australia.

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  • Columbian Machete

    2 1/2' (6.3 cm) width of blade. Silver metal blade. Black handle case.

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  • Indigenous People of Mexico Cane Arrow

    Cane shaft, 2 feathers, stone arrowheads, for small game and deer, Indian, Mexico. Primitive Mexican weapons.

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  • Wooden Crossbow

    Wooden crossbow. Narrow and tall, with one end tapering to a wider flat end. Wooden pin inserted in middle of bow toward the tip. Missing part?

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  • Alaskan Bone and Copper Arrows

    Arrows with wooden shafts, one with copper arrowhead (top) and one with bone arrowhead (bottom).

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  • Alaskan Bird Bola

    Weighted leather strings used in catching birds. Alaska, Eskimo

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  • Curved-Blade Bolo and Sheath

    Wooden handle with metal tip on each end, metal hilt, 16 1/2' blade curves to fine point at end.

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  • Kris from Malaysia

    Curved wooden handle attached to wavy metal blade.

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