BOWIE KNIFE, PLAINS INDIAN STYLE TACK SHEATH

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BOWIE KNIFE, PLAINS INDIAN STYLE TACK SHEATH

325.00

BOWIE BLADE WITH TACK SHEATH. This is a typical style of knife that emerged among the Indigenous plains people, and other tribes, as they began to trade with the Europeans. This one has a an elk shin bone handle wrapped with rawhide and decorated with brass tacks. The overall length of the knife is a little over 12 inches with the long cut Bowie style blade being 7 1/2 inches, and is a commercial stainless steel blade. The knife is held into the sheath by friction form fitting. The sheath is made of heavy soul leather with a rawhide loop at the end, should you want to tie it down. It is decorated with tacks, glass beads, bone hairpipes, and brass "Tinkle" cones. Nice addition to any savage's outfit!! Signed and dated, one of a kind. California residents add 8% sales tax, shipping $8.00

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