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Copena – Dickey COA
Here is an extremely well made point. It is very symmetrical and has a very thinned base.This point comes with a Dickey COA. This one is top shelf all the way.
Pair of Thin Madison Points
Here are two very nice points. They are both very thin and extremely well made. They are a bit translucent under the light because of their thinness and the material.
Quartz Hoof Pestle
This is an excellent pestle that shows the pecking process very well as the maker left some of the original raw stone.It shows great patina throughout. It has been used extensively and shows much smoothing from that use. It stands and displays very well.
Banded Slate Bannerstone Study Piece
This is a great example showing the detail of a reed drilled hole. Use it to study the markings and patina of an authentic piece so you know when you see one drilled with a modern drill. This beautifully banded piece was surface found in Pickaway County Ohio.
Here is a very asymmetrical point. It is an excellent example of the type. It has one excurvate blade and one straight one with large percussion flakes were used followed by fine pressure flaking on the edgework. It also has the typical asymmetrical shoulders of the classic Ledbetter.
This nice stemmed point was purchased as part of a group of points in Louisville Kenucky in the late 1960’s. It has great vertical banding on the gigh quality material.
Here is a typical Adena Culture point commonly found in the Ohio River Valley. It is made of local Indiana hornstone.
This is a very nicely made mini celt, It has great polish and a sharp bit with a small impact nick possibly from use.
Ohio Pendant That Glitters In The Sunlight
This is an amazing artifact. The photos don’t show it but the banded red slate has tiny flakes of mica throughout which causes the piece to glitter in the light. It has a single hole that was drilled from one side making it probably from the Mound Builder Culture. It is very well made, symmetrical and highly polished. It also has awesome patina. There is an ancient nick on the side that appears to have been there from when it was made. The wear in the nick shows it was used long after the nick happened. This is an awesome piece. You will be amased by the glitter, If not you can always return it. I will try to get a better sunlight picture.
Ohio Dart Points
Both of these small arrowheads are very well made. The darker one was a personal find and the corner notch was purchased at an antique shop in Circleville Ohio in the late 1960’s.
Southern Indiana Drills
Here are two flint drills. One of them is a nice example of a double ended type. The other is a small graver. Both aerw recovered in southern Indiana