Unusual Souvenir Ethnographic Weapons Display 1960s-70s
Guns International #: 100793708 Seller's Inventory #: 26048
Category: Edged Weapons Post 1900 -
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Seller: Joe Salter
Company: Down East Antiques - Joe Salter
Member Since: 9/10/10
First Name: Garrick-Jim-Joe
Last Name: Salter
State: New Hampshire
Country: United States
Phone: (603) 732-4000
Fax: (603) 732-4200
Number of Active Listings: 782
Total Number of Listings: 11670
Seller: FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
30 day Inspection Period and NOT a 3 day Inspection. We have had our own website for 14 years
Payment Types Accepted: Personal Checks, Visa, Master Card, Discover with NO CREDIT CARD FEES!
This is a very nice grouping of tribal weapons (Southeast Asian in origin) consisting of: a two-piece “falfeg"-type fighting spear, simple axe with trapezoidal iron head, interesting combination bow/quiver complete with two arrows, and a simple “barong" knife with wooden scabbard. The blade is marked "Taiwan". The items are housed in a custom built two-piece wooden case that measures 4' 1/4" x 1' x 2 1/2" closed. The cover has a spot of handling damage and the name “TONY" is written about midway down. The weapons themselves are in very good condition with some mild oxidation present on both the spear and the axe head but the rustically carved dark wooden hafts and scabbard are in excellent shape with only a few negligible handling marks. The set was purchased in the late 1960s or early 1970s and was probably purchased by a serviceman in Vietnam or the Philippines. This is a neat set and would make a handsome decorative accent for a home office or study.