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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.
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.
Here are two drills of different styles. One was probably made from an exhausted arrowhead. The other has a double bit. They are 1-5/8″ and 1-1/4″. Indiana counties recovered from will be supplied to the buyer.
Here is a nice Mississippian point typical of the style.
This type of drill is hard to date because this type was made throughout Native American history. They are 2-1/8″ and 1-3/4″ Both were found in the same field in the 1970’s.
Here is a group of field grade authentic arrowheads. They are of various styles and materials. They range in size from 2″ to 1-3/8″. Own a piece of ancient American history. Free shipping.