Neck stock, leather neck stock, buckle, tomahawk, tomahawk cover, Rev War, French and Indian, 18th century
C & D Jarnagin Company
#4020 Leather Neck Stock $26.50
This is a black leather stock in the traditional pattern. It is worn on the outside of the shirt collar. The leather is thin enough to be comfortable but is not flimsy.
#4021 Cloth Neck Stock $19.95
These are made from linen, fine cotton, or silk. These pleated stocks have a very nice appearance when worn over the shirt collar with the collar turned down on them. Available in black or white.
(Brass Buckle Sold Separately)
#4021A Brass Neck Stock Buckle $12.95
This neck stock fastener is made of sheet brass. It has three positions for adjustment of size as it sews to the stock at both ends. From examples found at several 18th century American sites. This item is good through 1812 period and probably as long as neck stocks were worn.
#BA1750 Tomahawk $32.50
This type of small axe was carried by many troops in America. While his European counterparts often had a hanger of Infantry sword in his combination frog with bayonet. The troops seeing service in America substituted the axe, it being more useful on frontier service. Of course, the belt axe was the indispensable tool/weapon for the Rifleman and Frontiersman. This one is hand forged and has good hickory handle. Axe is over 19" long, the blade edge is 4" and it weighs 1 lb. 3.5 oz.
#BAS1751 Leather Sheath for Tomahawk/Belt Axe $19.50
(We cannot guarantee fit on any axe other than the one we carry.)
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