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Tomahawk Award
Tomahawk Award


 
Military and Police Discount Code: gousa


Military Orders. Due to your increased security, my emails are blocked sometimes when I send proofs. Its best to use your personal email address.

Please Read Ordering Instructions:

Price includes one side of engraving You may either enter text in the box below or you may email the layout to cd@woodenswords.com. If you want engraving on the back side, please select one of the options under "Engraving Backside" - you must email us the back side engraving
If you need the rudis delivered by a certain date please note this on the order to ensure delivery time.
Price: $65.00

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Must choose a weekday date. No weekends.

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Engrave Backside Blade:

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Include Backside Engraving [Add $10.00]
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Unique Item for units with a Tomahawk mascot.
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Signifying an example of heritage and tradition we made this Awards Tomahawk for a unique give for a warrior. It is an excellent and unique give for someone who has completed service in the military, retired, or completed an academic achievement.

The tomahawk can be engraved with corporate logo, military insignia and/or text in many different fonts. We have done Greek Paddles, like Alpha Epsilon Pi and others. One set was for a group of bestmen for a wedding. See below for engraving examples of our extensive military insignia catalog or on facebook. You may email your .jpg insignia file and engraving text to us at

purpleheartarmoury.proof@gmail.com

HOW TO ORDER: For text only, you may enter the text in the box above. Then choose the option for "back side engraving"

Military customers use 'gousa' for a discount code. For graphics or additional engraving information, email us at cd@woodenswords.com

Email us a powerpoint layout of your proposed design. I'll work with you on proof. New unit graphics will cost more if I don't have it or can't find it. I need a hi-resolution black & white picture to work with. I have a good collection now, but there are plenty out there!


Only the Emperor could grand a Gladiator his freedom. That freedom could be obtained if the Gladiator bravely distinguished himself in a particular fight or if he had fulfilled his contract. The symbol of freedom given to a Gladiator was a wooden sword called a Rudis.

Also, EVOCATUS, was the Latin term for a soldier in the Roman Army who had served out his time and obtained a discharge.



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