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Beautiful Harrodsburg Kramer — Dickey COA (Pending Sale)
This is a terrific point. It is made of high quality Harrodsburg Chert. It is very symmetric with outstanding craftsmanship. It is also thin with beautiful color.
3 Nice Native American Indian Arrowheads
Here is a group of great points for the price. The snyders has a very ground base. The Bakers Creek has a needle tip. The Adena is made of very high quality material. They range in length from 2-3/8″ to 1-3/8″. Counties recovered from will be supplied to the buyer.
Here is one beautiful Early Archaic point. It was purchased at a museum auction in Xenia, Ohio in the 1960’s. At first I thought it had a tip nick. But viewing it with a loop you can see several tiny chips taken off to repair a small impact fracture during the time of it’s use. There is an ear nick that is also as old as the point itself and possibly done during it’s making or resharpening. It has a ground base and is highly beveled on one side of each face.
Flared Base Drill
This drill began as a drill instead of an arrowhead repurposed into a drill. I believe it is Flint Ridge flint. The base is not broken it has fine flaking all around but hard to see in the pictures. It is hard to pin an age on this because Native Americans made and used this type of drill throughout history.