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A nicely serrated Hoosier side notch point.
Here is a very nice large thin and well made point. It is made of hornstone that has a bullseye pattern on one side.
This is a nice blade. It is thin, well made ad nicely beveled.
This is an unusual little Mississippian point. It is a uniface point that was made out of a flake. This is typical for the type however it is of better quality than most.
This is a very nice Archaic blade. It is made of very colorful Attica Chert and steeply beveled on one side.
This is a very well made point. It is nicely serrated using a high quality semi-transparent material.
This odd drill / multi-tool shows nice use wear.
This Early Archaic serrated point looks it’s age. A sturdy point that has great patina and wear.
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.
Here are three better than average field grade points. These Late Archaic points range in length from 1-1/2″ to 2-1/16″. One has a needle tip. Counties recovered from will be supplied to the buyer.
Here is a group of four arrowheads. They are all old, authentic and Native American made. Own a piece of American history. Free shipping.
This is a narrow, thin and well made point. The fine edgework gives it a serrated appearance.