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Native American War Club

A very rare and early Native American War Club (ca. 1700- 1750 or possibly earlier) that was certainly made before the F & I  War. It measures 31” long and has a forged iron spike. The war club was made from what appears to be curl ash with a burl head that is 6” x 4”. I t has a very thick shaft that measures 1 ¾” at the grip. This was a serious Native American weapon attributed to the Iroquois (Five Nations – Seneca, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Mohawk) as it was found near Crown Point, New York by Frank J. Kravic (Author of “Crown Point and its Artifact”, 1971) and sold by him in the 1960’s. It was in the Wayne Fritts, Monocks Corner, SC Collection for more than 30 years.

This Iroquois War Club, a favorite weapon of the Native Americans, is one of the earliest War Clubs that I have owned. It is a wonderful artifact that certainly saw use in the F & I War in the New York campaign as many Native Americans from the Iroquois Nation joined both the French Force and the American / English forces. The wood is beautiful and shows expected aging but is solid and the spike is original to the War Club.  Just a great Native American artifact.


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