These 7 1/4-inch tomahawks are quite rare. Note the American Indian on the blade. When this blue example sold at a 1999 auction for $3,000, it was listed as one of two known. A purple one sold at a 2003 auction for $4,400.
In 2013, two sold. One in purple with a chip at the end of the handle brought $1,200; a vaseline, also with a chip at the end of the handle, sold for $1,300. Also in 2013, a tomahawk listed as miniature in marigold, sold for $475.
The design has been reproduced by Degenhart, Boyd, and possibly others and are of minimal value.
|MFG||Pattern||Shape||Edge Treatment||General Size||Extra Detail||Color||Price||Sale Date||Damage||Auctioneer||Photo1|
|Cambridge||Tomahawk||Tomahawk||Amethyst/Purple||525.00||04/29/2017||Chip on handle||Seeck|
|Cambridge||Tomahawk||Tomahawk||Novelty||Amethyst/Purple||1,200.00||12/22/2013||Chip at end of handle||Seeck|
|Cambridge||Tomahawk||Tomahawk||Novelty||Vaseline||1,300.00||12/22/2013||Chip at end of handle||Seeck|