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3 Nodena / Banks
All three of these blades are very well made with fine pressure flaking on the edges.
Meso-American Stone Bead – Reserved
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
Copena – Dickey COA
Here is an extremely well made point. It is very symmetrical and has a very thinned base.This point comes with a Dickey COA. This one is top shelf all the way.
Pair of Thin Madison Points
Here are two very nice points. They are both very thin and extremely well made. They are a bit translucent under the light because of their thinness and the material.
Transitional Paleo – This is a wonderful little point. It is super thin and very well made. It’s ground base has been thinned with flakes extanding well into the body forming flutes on both sides. There is an ancient nick on one ear that looks as if it was used that way.
Quartz Hoof Pestle
This is an excellent pestle that shows the pecking process very well as the maker left some of the original raw stone.It shows great patina throughout. It has been used extensively and shows much smoothing from that use. It stands and displays very well.
Colorful Group of Indiana Notched Points
This is a very colorful group of Early Archaic points. The pictures don’t do them justice. The largest one measures 1-3/4″and has a couple of ancient nicks. Some of these are made of Attica Chert a.k.a. Indiana Green.
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
Paleo Backed Knife
Here is an awesome blade with a great hand feel. It has a wonderful look with it’s very heavy patina and the cutting edges are worn smooth from use.
Beaded Purse Display
This purse was hand crafted by Native Americans to sell as a tourist souvineer in the late 1800’s to early 1900’s. The beads are all a bit different and of varying sizes. this indicates it is a very early variety. The pictures show the detailed craftsmanship. They also show the wear from heavy use and past encounters with bugs. Both sides show heavy wear but still makes an artistic display. It is temporarily housed in a hinged glass faced case with just a seed bag cloth backing.
Early Archaic Bifurcated Dart Points
These are two veryy nice well made dart points. both are very typical of their style.
Small Hardin Barbed
This is a great point even with the ancient damage to the very tip. With the excelent barbs highly ground base and nice overall patina this point displays very well.