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This is a great blade. It has paleo flaking and fine edge work that is difficult to capture in the pictures. It is made of high quality fossiliferous chert.
This one is a real beauty. It is definitely top shelf in the celt case. It it symmetric to perfection and has a highly polished and sharp bit.
This one is a very high quality point. It has beautiful craftsmanship using a very pretty chert. It is thin, very symmetrical and has a very sharp tip.
This is a well made piece. It is a bit unusual in that it has been blunted from both faces instead of just one.
This is a gorgeous point. It is very well made using high quality material. It is very symmetrical with a nicely ground base. Truly a top shelf piece.
This Early Archaic point has a sharp tip and a very ground base. It has a small more historic nick in one notch area.
This is a nicely serrated Early Archaic point. It is also a great example of an impact fracture. This point is worthy of restoration but I think it already tells a cool story as it is.
Either used as a polishing stone or a game stone it shows great wear from whatever.
This blade was made from the outer edge of a flint nodule with some of the rind still remaining. Part of the bullseye of the material is visible also. It was only worked on one side. There is an imperfection in the material along the edge.
This is a very nice pecked and polished celt. It is made of a porphyry hardstone with a high polished bit. There is some slight use wear present also. It has a great shape with the squared sides.
This is a quality point from the Early Woodland Period.
This is a classic 3/4 grooved hammerstone / war club. Itt still shows some pecking from the manufacture process and has a been nicely polished.