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This is a very heavily patinated drill. It has an excellent shaft and a finely worked base. It is difficult to date this style because they were used throughout Native American history.
This is a large sturdy blade that was notched for the purpose of being attached to a handle.
This is a great example of an arrowhead being re-purposed into a graving tool.
This is an awesome point in many ways. Not only the high quality material and craftsmanship of this point but how it was acquired. Field notes said this point was traded from a farmer ‘Murphy’ in Old Shawneetown for a pack of Pall Malls in 1963.
This is an Early Archaic point that had probably been resharpened in it’s day. There are still some serrations left and the hafting area has been ground.
This is a beautiful point made of high quality material. It is nicely serrated and has a great overall sheen.
Paleo – Well made unfluted point.