10 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

A small axe head with Colonial markings. Marked V & R with arrow, width 145 mm

Three various Sitzendorf figural groups, including woman and axe man, woman with musician, & putti in a garden. Height 16 cm (tallest). As inspected.

A tomahawk, hand forged steel finely engraved with a kangaroo and emu, horn handle with brass pommel engraved with monogram 'G.S', 20th century. 33 cm. Note: This lot has been identified at the time of cataloguing as containing organic material which may b

Antique axe, cast mounted with sectional handle, 39 cm long

Axes: Group of antique & vintage axes comprising Robesbrey (Sheffield) broadhead; Autograph Fayette Plumb axe head; German tomahawk & a number 2 adze. (4 items)

Four antique 19th century New Zealand whale bone handled boat building tools, to include two drill augers, corking tool and adze (4)

A small 19th century hammer poll hatchet with painted folk art scroll work on the wooden handle

An early 19th century spiked tomahawk axe introduced to the early colonials from England. Replaced wooden staff. Length 33 cm

A 19th century Brades hatchet stamped Brades Co. No 2. Hickory handle. Length 28 cm