This is a better collection of arrowheads of various styles that were recycled into scrapers. They were hafted onto handles for use in scraping hides, woodworking, scaling fish etc. They range in size from 1-3/4″ to 1″.
My father purchased a bag of these at a relic show in Indianapolis in the mid 1960’s. We were told by the seller that they had come from Georgia. They do appear to be old and authentic but i don’t have any proof about the Georgia story.
These are great examples of Woodland period Adena Points. All were recovered from Southern Indiana. Counties supplied to the buyer or anyone who asks. The larger one is worth the entire price and free delivery.
This celt is fashioned from the most gorgeous material. The bit has been pecked and polished to perfection. It still has a fine sharp blade. The material is very dense as it appears to me to be heavier than it should be.
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