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Flint Ridge Flake Knives / Bladelets
Here is a colorful group of thin flake knives or bladelets. The ancient Native Americans made them to be used for cutting. They are as sharp as a scalpel when they are made. This technology was used beginning in Paleo times. The longest is 2-1/4″ in length.
Native American Hammerstones, Nutting Stones, Pestles and Game Stones
Each one of these stones was found on sites that were plentiful with artifacts. Each one also show signs of use and wear by Native Americans. They were used as hammerstones, nutting stones, grinding stones, pestles and game stones. Add these to a display or rock garden. Receive a box of rocks in the mail and I pay for shipping!
10 Colorful Hafted Scrapers
Here is a nicer group of hafted scrapers. They were once used as arrowheads and knives. Possibly after being broken the Native Americans then recycled them into hafted scrapers. They are made of various styles and materials. All were personally recovered from farm fields in the Midwest. I see one in this group that is worth the price by itself.
Collection of 26 Native American Arrowheads – Reserved
This is a group of points that represent various time periods and types. Most are from the Wabash and Ohio River basin. Some were personal finds and others from old farmers collections. All guaranteed to be old and authentic.
6 Flake Knives / Bladelets / Lancets
This is a nice colorful group of flake knives or bladelets. The ancient Native Americans made them to be used for cutting. They are as sharp as a scalpel when they are made. This technology was used beginning in Paleo times. This group ranges in length from 1-1/2″ to 2″