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NATIVE AMERICAN WEAPONS, BOW AND ARROWS, TOMAHAWKS, SHIELDS, ATLATLS, KNIVES, MISC FOR SALE

This webpage contains an online catalog of antique Native American bows, arrows, tomahawks, knives. We're constantly updating the website. Visit us often and trade with us when you can.

Our catalog features a combination of vintage and museum pieces at a reasonable price. If you're looking for something and don't see it here, send me an email. I still have boxes and boxes of stuff to catalog.






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Fort Tumbleweed's Catalog of
Native American Weapons



$179.95
CATALOG NO. comanchepoints2

Set of 6 authentic Comanche arrowheads


Rare set of Comanche arrowheads excavated from the Bear Creek Comanche campground active in the 1800's. The site occupied some mile of frontage along the cold spring fed waters of Bear Creek. Arrowheads were excavated by John Pruett of Liberty Hill, Texas. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$179.00
CATALOG NO. comanchepoints1

Set of 6 authentic Comanche arrowheads


Rare set of Comanche arrowheads excavated from the Bear Creek Comanche campground active in the 1800's. The site occupied some mile of frontage along the cold spring fed waters of Bear Creek. Arrowheads were excavated by John Pruett of Liberty Hill, Texas. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$650.00
CATALOG NO. atlatyl101

Atlatyl Spear/Dart and Atlatyl


Old buckskin covered Atlatyl throwing spear with flint dart point and throwing stick (Atlatyl). The Atlatyl originated in Europe almost 30,000 years ago and was brought to North America during the ice age. This buckskin covered spear is 45 inches long and is hollowed out at the end where a point on the Atlatyl contacts the throwing spear. This is a great example of the throwing spear that remained the dominant weapon system in North American until the introduction of the bow and arrow in about 900 A.D.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$450.00
CATALOG NO. spear200

Atlatyl Spear/Dart with Flint Dart Point


Old buckskin covered Atlatyl throwing spear with flint dart point bought decades ago at a museum sale in Arizona. This is a great example of the throwing spear that remained the dominant weapon system in North American until the introduction of the bow and arrow in about 900 A.D.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$379.95
CATALOG NO. quiver101

Navajo Coyote Quiver with Arrow


Beautiful Tanned Coyote quiver with arrow.
Beautiful native american craft. Usually ships in 3-5 business days


$495.00
CATALOG NO. warshield100

Plains Indian War Shield


Native American war shields with extra layers of buffalo hide were designed to protect warriors from arrows and spears in battle. This rugged redhand shield is approximately 20 inches in diameter.
Beautiful native american craft. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$495.00
CATALOG NO. warshield102

Plains Indian War Shield


Native American war shields with extra layers of buffalo hide were designed to protect warriors from arrows and spears in battle. This rugged Grizzley Fighting Paw plains Indian shield is approximately 20 inches in diameter.
Beautiful native american craft. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$425.00
CATALOG NO. warshield103

Rugged Plains Indian War Shield


Native American war shields with extra layers of buffalo hide were designed to protect warriors from actual arrows and spears in battle. This rugged buffalo Hide re-enforced shield is approximately 20 inches in diameter. The skilled warrior could anticipate the trajectory of incoming projectiles and deflect them safely.
Beautiful native american craft. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$475.00
CATALOG NO. shield300

Crow Indian Medicine Shield


Native American Medicine shields were designed to protect warriors with the power of their medicine, the bear in this case. The beautifully designed shield is 20 inches in diameter and features a bear in full flight.
Beautiful native american craft. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$475.00
CATALOG NO. shield301

Navajo Thunderbird Medicine Shield


This Navajo shield protects the warrior with the power of the Thunderbird. This shield is approximately 22 inches in diameter.
Beautiful native american craft. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$475.00
CATALOG NO. apachebow100

Antique Apache bow.


This old Apache bow is over a hundred years old with great patina; From Southern New Mexico Museum. The old bow is just over 48 inches in length. The old bow is one of a 50 year collection preserved by the Museum of Texas History. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$525.00
CATALOG NO. apachebow101

Antique Apache bow.


This old Apache bow is from the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation. is well made and has has great patina. The old bow is just over 40 inches in length. The old bow is one of a 50 year collection preserved by the Museum of Texas History. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$279.95
CATALOG NO. bow100

Beautifully painted Northwest Bow


Great Bow with painted Native American design. Excellent for your Native American decor.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$425.00
CATALOG NO. breastplate120

Full-length, warrior's breastplate from Pine Ridge Sioux reservation in South Dakota, old bone hairpipe, french trading beads with great patina and red an black glass pony beads, old leathers but still pliable.

It is widely acknowledged that the Comanches invented the modern day breastplate in the 1850's using bird bones and beads. By the 1880's, the cattle-bone hair pipe patterned after the shell version became the standard material across multiple tribes for constructing breastplates. Some Indians wore these bone hair pipe breastplates into battle but breastplates became even more widely used as symbols of wealth and standing in the tribe after the reservation period. Native Americans continued to wear the breast plates on all occasions for which "Indian dress" was preferred - in traditional dances on their own reservations, on visits to Washington, and in their appearances in Wild West shows and other photo ops. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$279.95
CATALOG NO. breastplate101

Plains Indian Bone Breastplate


Great Native American bone breastplate for re-enactments or Native American Decor. This one dates back to the 1970s. Usually ships in 3-5 business days.


$179.00
CATALOG NO. navajorattle10

Painted and Beaded Navajo Dance Rattle


Great Native American collectible from Fort Defiant, Arizona. The dance rattle is approximately 15 inches in length. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$650.00
CATALOG NO. apachesling100

Rare Mescalero Apache Slingshot circa 1880


Great Native American collectible from the Mescalero Apache tribe. Leather is very old but still flexible. Rare find. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$375.00
CATALOG NO. hawk3

Great Native American trade axe


Great Native American collectible from eastern Montana (probably Sioux in origin). The tomahawk has a metal (blacksmith made) axe head showing lots of age.Leather is very old but still in good shape. Rare find. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$375.00
CATALOG NO. hawk4

Old Plains Indian Stone head War club.


This old warrior's war club has a stone head just over 5 inches wide and 3 inches tall. The warclub is just over 19 inches long. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$325.00
CATALOG NO. hawk5

Sioux War Club-Eastern Montana


This old warrior's warclub came from eastern Montana and has been part of a museum display for the past 50 years. The warclub is just over 23 inches long. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$295.00
CATALOG NO. hawk2

Old Stone War club.


This old warrior's warclub came from eastern Montana and has been part of a museum display for the past 50 years. The warclub is just over 19 inches long. Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$425.00

CATALOG NO. beadedsheath300

Large Beaded Cheyenne Knife Sheath and Stag Handled Knife


Rugged Cheyenne Beaded knife sheath and Stage handled knife. The sheath is 10 inches in length with a 3-inch bead strip and 11 tin cones. The bowie-type knife is 12-1/4 inches long (7-inch blade). The blade width is 1-1/2 inches.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$385.00

CATALOG NO. beadedsheath301

Large Beaded Navajo Knife Sheath and old Knife


Beaded knife sheath almost 10 inches long and old (1800's) 10-3/4 inch long knife. The sheath deatures several metal cones and a leather drop with metal cone. With the knife in the sheath, the unit measures 18 inches from the knife handle to the bottom of the leather drop.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$389.95

CATALOG NO. beadedsheath302

Large (9-inch) Beaded Knife Sheath and old Knife


Rugged crow Indian Beaded knife sheath and very old knife. The sheath is 9-inches in length beading and tin cones. The bowie-type knife is 11 inches long (6-1/4 inch blade). The blade width is 1-1/4 inches.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$385.00

CATALOG NO. beadedsheath303

Beautiful Beaded Navajo Knife Sheath and old Knife


Navajo Beaded knife sheath with 4 buffalo nickle conchos 7 inches long and old (1800's) 9-3/4 inch long knife. With the knife in the sheath, the unit measures approx. 11 inches.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$369.95

CATALOG NO. beadedsheath304

Beautiful Beaded Navajo Knife Sheath and old Knife


Navajo Beaded knife sheath 7 inches long and old (1800's) 10 inch long knife (6-5/8 inch blade, 1-1/4 inches wide). With the knife in the sheath, the unit measures approx. 10-3/4 inches.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$340.00

CATALOG NO. beadedsheath305

Beautiful Beaded Plains Indian Knife Sheath and old Knife


Fully-beaded knife sheath 7-3/4 inches long and old (1800's) stag handled skinning knife approx. 10-1/2 inches long including handle (5-3/4 inch blade, 1 inch wide). With the knife in the sheath, the unit measures approx. 11-1/2 inches.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$279.95

CATALOG NO. beadedsheath306

Beautiful Plains Indian Knife Sheath and Silver inlaid handled Knife


Fully-beaded plains Indian knife sheath 5-3/4 inches long and older Silver inlay handled knife approx. 9 inches long including handle (5 inch blade, 1-1/2 inch wide). With the knife in the sheath, the unit measures approx. 9-3/4 inches.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$325.00

CATALOG NO. beadedsheath307

Beautiful Plains Indian Knife Sheath and old Knife


Fully-beaded plains Indian knife sheath 7 inches long plus fringe and older knife approx. 9-3/8 inches long including handle (5-1/4 inch blade, just over 1 inch wide). With the knife in the sheath, the unit measures approx. 11-5/8 inches including the fringe.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days.

$350.00
CATALOG NO. beadedsheath308

Native American Beaded Knife Sheath and knife



Beaded plains Indian Sheath with long beaded fringe and brass cones with an old Knife. Sheath measures just over 8 inches tall and 2-1/4 inches wide. The beaded drop-down is just over 7 inches in length.

The old knife measures approximately 10-5/8 inches from blade tip to top of the handle. With the knife in sheath, the set measures over 18 inches long from the tip of the knife handle to the bottom of the buckskin fringe. Great native American collectible for display or part of your dance or reenactment regailia.

Usually ships in 2-3 business days.

$379.95
CATALOG NO. beadedsheath309

Native American Indian Beaded Knife Sheath and Old style knife



The buckskin sheath has beadwork and long fringe with an Old Native American knife from South Dakota. The skinning/scalping knife measures approximately 13 inches from blade tip to top of the handle. The buckskin sheath measures 9 inches in length (plus an additional 5 inches in fringe).

Usually ships in 2-3 business days.

$379.95
CATALOG NO. beadedsheath312

Plains Indian Beaded Knife Sheath and Old Knife



Great native American artifact. The old buckskin and wood-handled knife measures approximately 10-1/2 inches from blade tip to top of the handle. The beaded sheath measures 8 inches in length with leather fringe extending downward another 8 inches.

Usually ships in 3-5 business days.

$379.95
CATALOG NO. sheath100

Native American Indian Beaded Knife Sheath and Old style knife



Beautiful beaded Native American Indian Sheath and Old style knife. The stag-handled knife measures approximately 10 inches from blade tip to top of the handle. The beaded sheath, not including leather fringe, measures 7-1/2 inches in length.

Usually ships in 3-5 business days.


$1,575.00
CATALOG NO. beaded6

Early-Day Sioux Warclub

Sioux Seed Beeded Skull Cracker War Club with Horsehair drop. From the Cheyenne River area of South Dakota.

Usually ships in 5-7 business days




$475.00
CATALOG NO. tradehawk10

Vintage Missouri Iron Trade Pipe Tommahawk

Vintage Vintage Missouri Iron Trade Pipe Tommahawk. Great Plains Indian collectible; good patina;
Nice Native American collectible.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$225.00
CATALOG NO. bulletmold

Early-day Cheyenne Bullet Mold

Great Cheyenne bullet mold from Montana.

Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$479.00
CATALOG NO. ind1014

1800's trade axe

Authentic old trade axe made by early-day pioneer blacksmiths and traded to the Comanche Indians in Central Texas. Found in the ruins of an old log cabin near the Colorado River. Own a piece of history.

Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$450.00
CATALOG NO. hawkhead1

1800's trade axe

Authentic old trade axe from eastern Montana. Great relic.

Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$475.00
CATALOG NO. hawkhead2

1700/1800's trade axe

Authentic old trade axe found in central Wyoming. Great relic.

Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$379.00
CATALOG NO. coupstick100



Museum quality replica Sioux Coup stick from eastern Montana. Counting coup was a valued act of bravery in war in which a warrior touched an enemy with a coup stick. For each coup counted by a warrior, he received an eagle feather signifying the act of bravery. These feathers were then woven into a war bonnet when the warrior became a chief. Usually ships in 2-3 business days




$475.00

CATALOG NO. stoneaxe1

Ancient Authentic full groove tommahawk head

Ancient authentic full groove stone tommahawk head. Great patina and evidence of use.
Nice Native American collectible. Measures approx. 3 inches by 4-1/2 inhes.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days.




$325.00

CATALOG NO. axe10

Ancient Authentic full groove tommahawk head

Ancient authentic full groove stone tommahawk head. Great patina and evidence of use.
Nice Native American collectible. Measures approx. 4 1/2" Long 3 1/4" wide, by 2 1/4" tall.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days.




$575.00

CATALOG NO. stoneaxe2

Ancient Authentic full groove tommahawk head

Ancient authentic full groove stone warclub head. Great patina and evidence of use.
Nice Native American collectible. Measures approx. 4 inches by 6 inches.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days.




$675.00

CATALOG NO. stoneaxe20

Ancient Authentic full groove tommahawk head

Ancient authentic full groove stone warclub head. Great patina and evidence of use. One of the finest examples I've ever run across.
Great authentic Native American collectible. Measures approx. 4 inches by 6 inhes.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days.


$225.00
CATALOG NO. d1 Collection of Authentic Central Texas Indian Artifacts



Beautiful collection of authentic Indian artifacts excavated from an ancient campsite near the San Gabriel river. This barn-wood framed collection includes 24 ancient Indian relics. Great to set off your Native American or old west collection. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$379.95
CATALOG NO. artifact1



Beautiful stone peacepipe excavated from an ancient campsite near the San Gabriel river. Great artifact. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$479.95
CATALOG NO. artifact2



Primitive Sioux Indian war knife from Montana. Usually ships in 2-3 business days. SORRY, THIS ONE IS SOLD. PLEASE MAKE ANOTHER SELECTION.


$650.00
CATALOG NO. artifact3



Authentic 4000+ year old drill/awl tool excavated near Brushy Creek campsite (Midden) in Central Texas. The flint drill is anchored in an ancient deer antler. Found with other early-day carbon dated points. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$375.00
CATALOG NO. artifact4



Rare late 1700s to early 1800s Comanche Indian War Lance, metal. Great patina. Excated near Comanche campsite near Japa Texas. Usually ships in 2-3 business days. SORRY, THIS ONE IS SOLD. PLEASE MAKE ANOTHER SELECTION.


$135.00
CATALOG NO. artifact6



Beautiful flint knife blade with colorful banding along the entire length of the serrated blade. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$135.00
CATALOG NO. IND1023

collection of arrowheads on 8" x 10" Barnwood Frame

Beautifully displayed collection of arrowheads on black felt background and 8" x 10 inch barnwood framed.

Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$225.00
CATALOG NO. d1 Collection of Authentic Central Texas Indian Artifacts



Beautiful collection of authentic Indian artifacts excavated from an ancient campsite near the San Gabriel river. This barn-wood framed collection includes 24 ancient Indian relics. Great to set off your Native American or old west collection. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$225.00
CATALOG NO. coll20



Beautiful collection of authentic Indian arrowheads (birdpoints). Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$79.95
CATALOG NO. arrowheadtray1



Beautiful collection of 11 authentic collector grade Indian arrowheads from Tennessee. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$99.95
CATALOG NO. arrowheadtray2



Beautiful collection of 13 authentic collector grade Indian arrowheads from Tennessee. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$180.00
CATALOG NO. coll21



Beautiful collection of authentic Indian artifacts excavated from an ancient campsite near the San Gabriel river. This beautifully-framed collection includes 24 ancient Indian relics. Great to set off your Native American or old west collection. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$279.95
CATALOG NO. coll22



Beautiful collection of authentic Indian artifacts excavated from an ancient campsite near Andice Texas. This barn-wood framed collection includes 20 ancient Indian relics. Great to set off your Native American or old west collection. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$179.95
CATALOG NO. knife10



Small primitive flint knife fashioned out of an animal jawbone.
Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$425.00
CATALOG NO. coll23



Old flint knife (tool)cave find from central Texas. Nicely framed. Great to set off your Native American or old west collection. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$675.00
CATALOG NO. coll26



Beautiful early-day Native American knife set in a wolf jawbone. The overall length of the knife is 8-1/2 inches and the visible portion of the blade is approx. 4-1/2 inches. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$479.95
CATALOG NO. coll27



Beautiful barn-wood framed authentic points art. Great to set off your Native American or old west collection. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$775.00
CATALOG NO. coll28



Authentic 1820's Cheyenne knife from Montana. This old relic has great patina. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$675.00
CATALOG NO. coll30



Rare 1800's metal spearpoint/knife from eastern Montana (Cheyenne or Sioux). Great patina. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$675.00
CATALOG NO. display31



Striking collection of 75 authentic central Texas points in a barnwoood frame. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$185.00
CATALOG NO. display30



Beautiful collection of 11 authentic Indian hafted scrapers excavated from an ancient campsite in Northeast Texas. This nicely framed collection will look great in your Native American or old west collection. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$79.95
CATALOG NO. 5points



Beautiful collection of authentic Indian arrowheads excavated from an ancient campsite in Llano County near the Llano River river. This nicely framed collection will look great in your Native American or old west collection. Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$895.00
CATALOG NO. ind1094

Primitive stone art artifact

Primitive stone art artifact found in central Texas (approximately 9 inches tall, limestone material). Great artifact.

Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$39.95
CATALOG NO. ind1052

Native American Made Arrows

We have a number of 30+ inch long arrows tipped with real arrowheads (ensor, perdiz, and scallorn types). These are great for Order of the Arrow scouting ceremonies and for bow hunting. These are all finely constructed arrows fletched with wild turkey feathers.


Usually ships in 2-3 business days


$475.00
CATALOG NO. beadedhawk220

vintage Native American Beaded tomahawk


This vintage Native American beaded tomahawk is Plains Indian in origin. Good patina, all natural materials- museum quality relic.

Usually ships in 2-3 business days




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