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Native American Indian, Scouting & Mountain Man Crafts & Materials





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Catalog of Native American Indian, Scouting & Mountain Man Craft Materials


$69.95
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Deerskin, Tanned.



Chromium tanned undyed splits, blueish gray tint, can be dyed with rit clothes dye in your washer! Great for Native American arts and Crafts; range in size from 29" x 22" and larger, beautifully tanned, soft and ready to work into your craft project.
Usually ships in 4-7 business days.

$14.95
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One small to medium Deer Antler Shed



One small to medium size deer antler shed (up to 3/4 inches in diameter) for your Indian or Mountain Man knife project. We have a good supply in stock.

Usually ships in 4-7 business days.

$29.95
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Mixed set of 10 deer antler points and buttons



Set of 10 antler points and buttons mixture great for use as buttons for mountain man clothing, possibles bags, chaps buttons and other similar uses. We have a good supply in stock.

Usually ships in 4-7 business days.

$49.95
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Large Set Hill country deer antlers



Great set of Texas hill country deer antlers with partial skull. Great for painting, decorating as an Indian Craft or mounting on the wall as a great addition to a boy's room or den. We have a good supply in stock.

Usually ships in 4-7 business days.

$49.95
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Medium Set of Hill country deer antlers



Medium set of Texas hill country deer antlers great for mounting on the wall or cut and shaped for halfting knives, making buttons for mountain man crafts or other similar uses. We have a good supply in stock.

Usually ships in 4-7 business days.

$19.95
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Set of 9 Pre-Drilled Buffalo Teeth



Set of nine pre-drilled buffalo teeth great for Indian, Scouting and Mountain Man necklace crafts. We have a good supply in stock.

Usually ships in 4-7 business days.

$19.95
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Coyote Face Fur, Tanned.



Natural coyote face fur, professionally tanned. Great for native american, scouting and mountain man craft projects.
Usually ships in 4-7 business days.

$119.95
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Warbonnet Kit


Everything you need to make a great looking war bonnet for re-enactments, scouting events, Native American dances, & mountain man events. Kit includes crown, feathers, lace, bead work, glue, and head band and complete instructions. This kit typically takes a couple of evenings to complete.
Usually ships in 4-7 business days.

$89.95
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Missouri Trade Hawk

This Missouri Trade hawk with the weeping heart cut-out, as described in Petersonís American Indian Tomahawks. This is a superb hand-forged iron tomahawk great for native american, Mountain man and scouting events and decorating your southwestern wall!

The sturdy tomahawk features a 18-1/4 inch handle and the blade is 8-1/4 by 4 inches. Usually ships in 4-7 business days.

$49.95
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Large Pair Deer horn sheds larger than 1 inch at base

Pair of large deer antler sheds. Great for mountain man and native american Indian craft projects such as making custom knives & lamps or just laying on the fireplace hearth for a western look.

Usually ships in 3-5 business days.

$15.95
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One Texas Arrowhead (birdpoint)



One Texas Arrowhead (birdpoint)- approx. 1 inch in length. This is a whole high grade knapped flint point from central Texas approximately 3/4 inch to 1-1/2 inches in length (these are all finely worked points-no broken or crude points included). May not be identical to photo but will be whole and finely worked.
Usually ships in 3-5 business days.

$39.95
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Collection of Six Texas Arrowheads



Collection of Six Texas Arrowheads approx. 1 to 1-1/2 inchs in length. These are common grade points from central Texas. Great for making arrowhead displays, Indian crafts, or salting a hill side for the grandkids arrowhead hunting trips! Good supply in stock.
Usually ships in 3-5 business days.

$39.95
CATALOG NO. ANT9

Premium Extra Large Beaver Skull

This is an extra large, beautifully cleaned and bleached beaver skull with all teeth glued. This skull is ready for display or for making into a tribal lodge pole or coup stick craft project. The premium skulls are the cream of the crop out of an inventory of approximately 40 beaver skulls.

Usually ships in 3-5 business days.

$79.95
CATALOG NO. T10

Native American Tomahawk Kit

The kit includes a flint axe head, wood handle, rawhide strips and instructions for making an Indian tomahawk. Kit takes approximately 3 hours to complete. Usually ships in 3-5 business days.




$179.95
CATALOG NO. ind1062

Primitive Rawhide drum

Primitive Rawhide drum (approx. 15 inches across) made by the Taramuhara (Raramuri) primitive Indian Tribe in Copper Canyon. This drum is handcrafted and tightly stretched to produce great sound. Also excellent for painting or as a wall hanging in a Southwest decor.


Usually ships in 3-5 business days




$19.95
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Indian-made arrows

We have a number of Indian-made arrows tipped with our Central Texas arrowheads (ensor, perdiz, scallorn types). These are great for Order of the Arrow scouting ceremonies and for bow hunting (these are all finely worked points-no broken or crude points included).


Usually ships in 5-7 business days




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