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Ohio Benton
Ohio Benton

Here is a pretty nice Benton that was purchased at a farm auction near Circleville, Ohio in the early 1970’s.

$37.50
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3/4 Grooved Axe
3/4 Grooved Axe

This is a pretty nice axe. It has a great bit with no nicks. I find it very interesting and in my opinion this axe was still under construction. The pecking and scraping marks are still visible on most of the body of the axe. The base has a nice final polish. The bit has some polishing and it shows no signs of use-wear. Also there is a small area that shows the beginnings of a fine final polish.

$175.00
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Northwest Coast Bone Arrow Point
Northwest Coast Bone Arrow Point

Here is a carved bone arrow point that was part of a collection of Northwest Coast artifacts collected in the 1940’s. Looking with a loop it appears that the bone is beginning to crystalize.

$45.00
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Very Thin Early Archaic Blade
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.

$46.00
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Georgia Beads Made of Stone and Shell
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.

$65.00
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NW Coast Needle Tip Bone Awl
NW Coast Needle Tip Bone Awl

This awl was purchased as part of an old collection of Alaskan artifacts found in the 1940’s. It has a wonderful sheen from age and wear.

$45.00
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Unusual Early Semi-Fluted Point
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.

$47.50
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Northwest Coast Carved Ivory Ear Spool
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.

$185.00
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Northwest Coast Ivory Harpoon Prong
Northwest Coast Ivory Harpoon Prong

This Ivory lance is in awesome condition. It is beautifully patinated and was purchased in the late 1960’s as part of a collection of artifacts from the Pacific Northwest and the Alaskan Coast.

$115.00
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Bone Hair Pipe Beads – Fur Trade Era
Bone Hair Pipe Beads – Fur Trade Era

These are highly patinated old breastplate beads. We have several of these but I am not sure of their history. The ones in the picture are the ones you will receive.

$34.00
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Missouri Banded Dalton
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.

$65.00
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4-1/2 Inch Illinois Liverpool
4-1/2 Inch Illinois Liverpool

I believe this is an Illinois Liverpool. That is an Adena culture point that was specific to Illinois. This point was purchased at a farm auction near Old Shawneetown in the early 1970’s. It was the largest point in that collection.

$145.00
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