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Carved Bone Awl From Kentucky
Carved Bone Awl From Kentucky

This piece shows a lot of use wear and it is in great shape.

$45.00
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Motley
Motley

This is a good sturdy Burlington Chert point very typical of the style.

$26.00
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Adena Dickson Point
Adena Dickson Point

This is a good example of a Woodland period Point.

$18.00
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Gibson
Gibson

This is a well made Woodland Period point.

$16.50
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Brunswick
Brunswick

This is a good sturdy point. A working man’s point.

$16.00
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Drill
Drill

This is a very heavily patinated drill. It has an excellent shaft and a finely worked base. It is difficult to date this style because they were used throughout Native American history.

$24.00
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Lake Erie
Lake Erie

This is a bifurcated Early Archaic point. It is also somewhat serrated.

$27.50
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Dickson
Dickson

This is a well made and very symmetric Woodland point. It has a possible ancient tip nick or it was just how it was made.

$24.50
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Ohio Archaic Blade
Ohio Archaic Blade

This is an Archaic triangular blade that is possibly Flint Ridge material.

$22.00
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Ohio Native American Knife
Ohio Native American Knife

This knife is made of a very hard and dense greenstone type chert. It has one area that was almost notched or smoothed for handling.

$22.00
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Ornamental Bone Object
Ornamental Bone Object

This is an unusual piece that was found in association with many Woodland artifacts.  It has been cut and rounded on both ends. Possibly used as an ornamental decoration such as a nose or ear piercing. If anyone has more information, I would be happy to hear it.

$35.00
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Drill
Drill

Here is a pencil shaped drill that shows a bit of use. It is difficult  to determine it’s age because it has no base to identify. So it could possibly have been made even in the Paleo Period.

$21.00
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