Indian Head can refer to:
The term "Indian Head" can also colloquially refer to the logos of any number of professional and collegiate sports teams that feature a stylized image of a Native American. Prominent examples include:
The penny knife dates from the 18th century and was an extremely basic utility knife, originally with a fixed blade. It received the name penny knife for what it reportedly cost in England and America during the late 18th century. The famous Fuller's Penny Knife helped build the reputation of Sheffield, England cutlers in the pre-industrial era of the early 18th century.
The penny knife would later evolve into a very simple, mass-produced knife with a folding blade, which pivoted freely in and out of the handle without a backspring or other device to hold it in position (other than the frictional pressure of the knife handle itself). This type of inexpensive folding knife was popular with small rural farmers in the United States, England, France, Italy, and Spain for much of the 19th and part of the 20th century, and consequently is often termed a farmer knife, sodbuster knife, or peasant knife.