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I remember finding this one as a young boy. It had just rained so it was shiny and for some reason I thought it was a piece of tire rubber. I was kicking it along as I walked down the row of beans (being a kid). Then my dad noticed it and picked it up asking what the heck was I doing. I remember being surprised it wasn’t rubber.
3 Native American Stone Tools
This is a group of tools used by ancient Native Americans. These were used as tools for scraping cutting and drilling. There is an awl, a hafted scraper and a uniface scraper. It is difficult to put an age on these because these types of tools were uses throughout Native American history.
2 Midwest Teardrop Blades
Here are two very similar knife blades from Indiana and Illinois. They could also possibly be preforms for the production of arrowheads. They are 2″ and 1-1/2″. The smaller one has a nice transparent quartz inclusion on one edge. The counties recovered from will be supplied to the buyer.