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This is an unusual little Mississippian point. It is a uniface point that was made out of a flake. This is typical for the type however it is of better quality than most.
This scraper is very well made. It is made of beautiful high quality semi-transparent material.
This odd drill / multi-tool shows nice use wear.
This is a narrow, thin and well made point. The fine edgework gives it a serrated appearance.
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 is a nice group of small drills of various styles. It is hard to judge age on these styles because they were made and used throughout Native American existence.
This is a very nice group of triangle points. They are all thin and extremely well made. Counties recovered from will be supplied to the buyer.
This was a purchase at a relic show in Columbus Ohio in the 1970’s. It is nicely pecked and polished with an extremely hollowed out gouge type bit.
This is a random group of 4 various drills. They were found mostly in southern Indiana but only the smallest one had documentation was found in Union County Kentucky in 1974
Here is a very nice discoidal with a little field damage. It displays well on one side . The other side has a couple chips and a crack. Overall this is still a very nice and rare piece.
Here are three Madison points. These are true ‘arrowheads’ used during first contact with the Europeans.The nicely made very thin one has a corner nick.
Here is a pair of Mississippian Period points from Indiana. These are both typical of the style.