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Very Thin Early Archaic Blade
Archaic- This blade was an antique shop purchase in 1973. It has some writing on both sides but I didn’t notice it until I saw the photos. This piece is a very thin and well made. It has great overall patina and heavy mineral deposits Indicate it is probably near Paleo in age. It is great to hold with its weathered smoothness.
Georgia Beads Made of Stone and Shell
This is a super nice group of drilled beads. They are made of stone and shell and shells. They are all individually drilled with conical holes. All of them contain heavy patina and use wear. My father purchased a bag of these at a relic show in Indianapolis in the mid 1960’s. We were told by the seller that they had come from Georgia. They do appear to be old and authentic but i don’t have any proof about the Georgia story.
Unusual Early Semi-Fluted Point
This point was part of a collection from Kentucky that was found in the 1940’s. It is made of high quality material and was left with an unusual shape when resharpened. It has a ground, thinned and even slightly fluted base. It has excellent overall patina and age wear.
Northwest Coast Carved Ivory Ear Spool
Here is a very unusual carved ear spool. It was purchased in the late 1960’s as part of a collection of artifacts from the Pacific Northwest and the Alaskan Coast. It was very skillfully carved from old ivory and has a nice deep patination overall.
Missouri Banded Dalton
This Classic Dalton was purchased with a collection that was from Missouri in the 1960’s. The material is banded so the point has a nice woodgrain look. The basal area is heavily ground and there is nice fluting on both sides. It also has some beveling on one face from the resharpening process. Overall a very nice point.
Meso-American Stone Bead
This bead is from an old collection of artifacts purchased in the 1960’s. It is highly polished green colored stone. It could be a low grade Jade. The hole is conical in shape and obviosly hand drilled from both directions. There is nice patina overall. It measures 1-3//4″ x 1-1/4
3/4 Grooved Axe
This axe was purchased at a farm auction in 1967. It was said to have been found on the property by the mans grandfather. He had kept it on his work bench thus the spot of red paint, etc. I have not tried to remove it. It is a very nice well made axe with a great bit.
Very Thin Red Ocher Blade
This blade was part of a small farmers collection from southern Indiana. This is very thin and well made. Unfortunately he kept it in a cigar box of other points and has some very small nicks along the edges. (Thus the price) It still is however a nice piece.