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Frederick Moose (1840-1924), Porcupine, South Dakota ... PineRidge Reservation....

bowman, arrowmaker, stone knapper, also carved arrowheads from buffalo bone....

he sold arrows, bows, arrowheads, posed for pictures for tourist as late as 1920...

his arrows and arrowheads are in many collections and museums, including the Smithsonian.......

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our collection has a few hundred brass, copper, steel, buffalo bone, knapped stone, knapped obsidian arrowheads that are on the market for sale or trade....

the metal trade arrowheads are from 1700-1900 time period and many have the HBC stamp of the Hudson's Bay Company...

email for prices, etc...

we are also interested in purchasing arrowhead collections that consist of PRE-1900 artifacts, ESPECIALLY, HBC items......

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ORIGINAL..... northern plains arrows...

Our selection of antique arrows is constantly changing....

pictured to the left are some of the arrows that have passed through our collection and some are still available....

we are continually looking at collections and individual items that become available to us...

we will make them available when we are able to obtain them...

We are constantly in search of items to add to our collection of  old arrows with rust crusted metal arrowheads...

old arrows with bone (buffalo?) arrowheads....

old arrows with flint arrowheads...

old arrows with no arrowheads...

old arrows with no fletchings...

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we currently have thirty five Frederick Moose and other pre-1900 arrows in various conditions, that are available from 1475.00 to 2500.00...

they are available for personal inspection, by appointment, here in Las Vegas...

they will also be listed on ebay, from time to time....

AUTHENTICITY is always GUARANTEED...

we are authenticators of individual artifacts or complete collections...

appraisal/authentication fees by any outside authenticator will be assessed, if requested by buyer...

there is no charge for the COA by WWW.JOEEAGLEFEATHER.COM....

QUESTIONS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME.....

we do not have appraisal/authenticator service for hire, but will gladly give our opinion of any artifact, FREE OF CHARGE!! ....

These two arrows are from the Little Big Horn battle and are documented...

the private collector in Vero Beach, Florida does not wish to sell them, at this time...

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check out this old "BROAD HEAD"...2500.00....

reproduction of this arrow is available for 250.00...

this crude, rusty old arrowhead was probably a big game downer...

it looks powerful enough for buffalo, bear, or elk....

metal became available to American Indians as early as 1640...

metal bands from wooden barrels, farm implements, wagon/stage coach parts..

. also, european settlers, blacksmiths traded metal tomahawks, axes, arrowheads, spear points for furs, labor, etc...

when metal became available, it made flint knapping a doomed process... metal was easier to work with and was much more versatile...

THEN CAME FIRE ARMS!!!

that, is a whole 'nother' story...

what was used to tie the fletching to the shaft? gut? sinew? rawhide? horsehair?

all were available and used at the time...

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by far the MAJORITY of the "antique" arrows sold on ebay and other market places, TODAY have ARTIFICIAL SINEW TO HOLD THE ARROWHEADS AND FLETCHING IN PLACE!!!!!!!!! 

for you own satisfaction, closely inspect the  "antique arrows" displayed/sold on ebay and you will see the fletchings and arrowheads are hafted with ARTIFICIAL SINEW , sold by the roll at TANDYS and other craft supply stores....

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ARTIFICIAL SINEW WAS FIRST USED/MANUFACTURED FOR CRAFT USE IN 1939!!!!!!!!

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'over the counter' glue was not available to arrow makers of the 19th century or earlier...

there were several substances that WERE available during that time period...

pine tar/pitch/sap from numerous trees and shrubs, hoof or hide glue that was made from animal parts......

 

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these four arrowheads are not and never have been in our collection...

they are in a collection in Montana that we have been "privy" to view and hold...

talk abour ENERGY and SPIRIT!!!!!!

we do have a few that appear to be EXACT images....

we can only assume that they MAY be of the same source...

if they could only talk!!!!!!

we currently have in our colllection over 120 arrows of the type style of the arrows to the left, that have metal trade arrowheads and stone knapped arrowheads that are from pre-1900 collections that originated on the PineRidge and Rosebud Reservations...

These arrows are all available for sale at 1475.00 each and we will consider all offers....

. QUESTIONS ARE WELCOME!!!!

we can scan arrows, showing closeup shots of fletchings and arrowheads...

all such scans can be emailed for better individual shots....

every item we sell is GUARANTEED to be AUTHENTIC.....

returns for money back are welcome...

Thank you very much for visiiting our NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN Trading Post and Co-op...