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These are three Madisons that are much better than average. They are all thin and very well made. They were all found in the same Cass County field but years apart.
Here is a more unusual blade. It is very well made with Archaic style flaking and fine pressure flaking all around. It has great patina and smoothind on the sides from use wear.
This Woodland Period Gibson is a great example of an arrowhead being repurposed into a hafted scraper.
This is a nice little Early Archaic point that got plenty of use. It appears to have been resharpened down to a nub.
This is a thin and well made point. It has a ground base and a small ancient nick on the corner.
This Dovetail has a nice bevel, great serrations and a highly ground base.
A very thin great shaped blade that sparkles in the sun light. It has a possible ancient side nick that looks more like an intentional notch as it is flaked from both sides.
This is a very well made, thin Archaic blade that is made from high quality material.
This is a fine example of an Indiana full grooved axe. It shows a lot of patina and use wear.
A colorful sturdy little point with a small impact fracture at the tip.
This translucent point is very well made considering the difficult material he was working with. The halfting area has been ground and thinned to a point of looking fluted on one side.
This point has great patina and is in excellent condition.