An arrow from the collection of Edward McEwen, this arrow appears to be from North India, likely the North West and was labelled as an Indian Hill Tribe arrow. A fun example of these arrows as most surviving ones tend to be the higher-end variants.
The arrow interestingly has a flat head which has been sharpened.
This arrow has a fullered head and retains the bindings and decorations of its original shaft but has lost its fletching. This arrow can be yours for £40 or best offer.