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Fossiliferous Paleo Uniface Blade
Fossiliferous Paleo Uniface Blade

This is a great blade. It has paleo flaking and fine edge work that is difficult to capture in the pictures. It is made of high quality fossiliferous chert.

$54.00
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Decorated Slate Pendant Study Piece
Decorated Slate Pendant Study Piece

This piece shows a great cross section of the conical drilled hole. It is unusual with it’s highly decorative small drillings on both sides. A true example of early Native American artwork.

$38.00
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Hornstone Uniface Blade
Hornstone Uniface Blade

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.

$16.50
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Turkeytail-Harrison
Turkeytail-Harrison

This is a great example of a Southern Indiana Turkeytail.

$26.00
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3/4 Grooved Axe
3/4 Grooved Axe

This one is a top shelfer. This Archaic Axe has a very deep and flared 3/4 groove. The bit is excellent and there is a nice bevel at the poll end. It is truly a work of art.

$415.00
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Buck Creek
Buck Creek

This is a gorgeous point. It is very well made using high quality material. It is very symmetrical with a nicely ground base. Truly a top shelf piece.

$100.00
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Archaic Knife
Archaic Knife

This is a very well made early knife with fine pressure flaking creating a sharp edge. It also contains great patina.

$33.00
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Indiana Hornstone Arrowheads
Indiana Hornstone Arrowheads

This is a nice assortment of Indiana Hornstone points. All were recovered from Harrison County Indiana. They range in length from 2-1/4″ to 1-5/8″ in length.

$43.00
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Harrison County, Indiana 3/4 Grooved Axe
Harrison County, Indiana 3/4 Grooved Axe

This is a nicely pecked and polished midwest hardstone grooved axe. Every collection needs one.

$125.00
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Carved Ornamental Bullet
Carved Ornamental Bullet

This is an unusual find. This was found near the Ohio River in a field that was abundant with Native American artifacts from various periods. This was carved by someone long ago but it may not have been a Native American. Or it was and used as an ornamental piece or clothing decoration.

$30.00
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Clay Game Ball
Clay Game Ball

This is an unusual hand rolled  clay game ball. It was found on a a site that produced many other Woodland period artifacts.

$40.00
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Kramer
Kramer

This is a nice little point. It is very well made using Indiana Hornstone.

$20.00
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