NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN PIPESTONE ARROW STRAIGHTENER nr For Sale
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NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN PIPESTONE ARROW STRAIGHTENER nr:
This sale is for a tool which I believe is made out of pipestone. I believe it is for straightening arrow shafts. I have little knowledge of its origin but I believe it could be Native American. It came from a high end Californiaestate which had many Native American artifacts and collectibles, some of which I have listed this week, I will also be listing one other pipestone shaft straightener though I believe it is not as old and quite different. These were both bought at the same time in the 1950`s back East on a vacation trip..This one measures 3 1/16" x 1 1/4" x 1". It is in very nice condition other than showing use and wear. I have taken many close ups and included a quarter for size comparison. I would love to hear more info you might have on this item, it is unusual and I see no others like it on . Check out my other sales and good luck!
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