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Here are two very water worn points. They came out of an old West Virginia collection in the 1960’s. They are old and authentic with great patina and couple more historic nicks.
These are two unusual drill like tools that are only flaked on one side. Both were found in the same field on the same day.
A nicely serrated Hoosier side notch point.
This Early Archaic serrated point looks it’s age. A sturdy point that has great patina and wear.
Here is a group of field grade authentic arrowheads. They are of various styles and materials. They range in size from 1-3/4″ to 1-1/2″. Own a piece of ancient American history. Free shipping.
Here is a group of field grade authentic arrowheads. They are of various styles and materials. They range in size from 2″ to 1-3/8″. Own a piece of ancient American history. Free shipping.
This is a nicely serrated Early Archaic point. It is also a great example of an impact fracture. This point is worthy of restoration but I think it already tells a cool story as it is.
These are two Middle Archaic Period points. Both ate typical of their type. One has very fine serrations. They both have tiny tip nicks or impact fractures.
This is a square sided pecked and polished Hopewell style celt. It is made of slate and shows signs of a lot of use. It is covered with great patina and is a good inexpensive example of this type of tool.
Even with the ancient chip off of the base this is still a beautiful Early Archaic point. It is of high quality craftsmanship and material. This Flint Ridge point is suitable for restoration.
This is a very nice late archaic point.
Thin and well made.