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This is a good example of a uniface scraping tool. It was worked only from one side. There may be a couple more historic nicks on the face.
Here are three better than average field grade points. These Late Archaic points range in length from 1-1/2″ to 2-1/16″. One has a needle tip. Counties recovered from will be supplied to the buyer.
Here is a group of four arrowheads. They are all old, authentic and Native American made. Own a piece of American history. Free shipping.
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.
Here is a big Adena Culture blade. It has great patina and is typical of the style.
This is an awesome point with it’s needle tip, great patina and thinned base
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.
These points were made by the earliest of the Mound Builder cultures. They range in size from 2-1/4″ to 2-1/2″.
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 piece is very symmetrical and displays well. It is also nice and heavy and I am paying for shipping :(
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 Late Archaic point can be associated with the Adena Culture. This one is typical of the type.