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Plains Indians Skull Crusher
Item #: AA2047
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This is a Plains Indians skull crusher from the late 1800's. It has an overall length of 20", with the stone being 4 3/4" long, 2 3/4" wide and 1 3/8" at the thickest point, tapering down to 1/2". The flexible wooden shaft is covered in rawhide and stitched together with sinew. Incorporated into the rawhide covering is a wrist loop that is still securely attached. This one was intended to be used on horseback. The stone is most likely a type of river rock. It has an old white painted number of M114 on the left side. The rawhide is tight to the shaft and the stone. The sinew is tightly stitched and unbroken. This is an absolute museum quality example of a Plains Indian skull crusher from the Indian wars period. It was formerly in the Ben Michele collection.
Shipping Weight: 4 lbs
Item # AA2047

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