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Here are two flint drills. One of them is a nice example of a double ended type. The other is a small graver. Both aerw recovered in southern Indiana
Here is a drill with great patina. It was possibly a Dixon point at one time.
Here is a Burlington chert Dikson that was reused as a drill.
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.
This odd drill / multi-tool shows nice use wear.
This is a nice group of small drills of various styles. It is hard to judge age on these styles because they were made and used throughout Native American existence.
This is a random group of 4 various drills. They were found mostly in southern Indiana but only the smallest one had documentation was found in Union County Kentucky in 1974
Here are two drills of different styles. One was probably made from an exhausted arrowhead. The other has a double bit. They are 1-5/8″ and 1-1/4″. Indiana counties recovered from will be supplied to the buyer.
This is a very heavily patinated drill. It has an excellent shaft and a finely worked base. It is difficult to date this style because they were used throughout Native American history.
This is a nice group of drills of various styles. They range in size from 1-3/4″ to 1-1/8″ Counties recovered from will be furnished to the buyer or any one else who asks.
Here is a pair of Southern Indiana Hornstone drills. One was fashioned from a spent Turkeytail point. The other one is possibly older but there is no way to be sure.
I felt this one to be worthy even though it’s tip is broken. It appears to have broken in ancient times and is truly a heartbreaker. It is also a great candidate for restoration.