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Here is a sweet little point. It is very transparent and well made especially considering the material.
Here are two nice quality side notched points. Both were recovered in Indiana in Miami and Huntington Counties
This one is a real beauty. It was found in a resale shop in Crawfordsville Indiana and we were told that it was a local find.
This is a very nice point. It is thin, serrated, ground base and very well made.|
This is a well made point that is maybe Indiana Green Chert. It has a nicely ground base and one beveled edge
This is an interesting point. It looks like it had some ancient re-sharpening done in a hurry.
Here is a group of thin well made Madisons. The longest is 1-1/2″
Here is an nice Indiana Green Decatur with a couple nicks. I believe the ancient nick on the side was done by the maker when he encountered a vein in the material.
Here is a nice sturdy point that is typical of the type.
This is a beauty. I think it is a Thebes Corner Notch. It is thin, serrated, beveled on the left side and ground on the base. It has amazing patina throughout and a fine tip.
A great example of the Native Americans resharpening to a point of exhaustion. They got their moneys worth out of this one. It is still a nice point it is just length challenged.
Here are two very nice little notched points.