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Thin Pink Blade/Spokeshave
Thin Pink Blade/Spokeshave

This is a very thin blade made from a nice pink chert. It has a wonderful ring to it when it is placed on a hard surface. There are intentional indentations on both sides that were made with multiple flakes. The cutting edge of the blade has unifacial flaking.

$36.00
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Karnak Backed Knife With Quartz Crystals
Karnak Backed Knife With Quartz Crystals

This is a very old blade. It has heavy patina and surface wear. The original rind of the material was left as a flat spot to apply pressure when cutting. The opposite side has unifacial flaking forming a sharp edge. The lower sides have been highly ground.If this is a Karnak Blade the flat area may be explained by the fact that they are known for being rather crudly made. It has streaks of quartz and a wonderful patch of crystals.

$28.00
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Very Thin Early Archaic Blade
Very Thin Early Archaic Blade

Archaic- This blade was an antique shop purchase in 1973. It has some writing on both sides but I didn’t notice it until I saw the photos. This piece is a very thin and well made. It has great overall patina and heavy mineral deposits Indicate it is probably near Paleo in age. It is great to hold with its weathered smoothness.

$46.00
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Thin White Blade
Thin White Blade

This blade was made from a large thin flake of flint by only using edge flaking on all edges. There are no large percussion flakes on either side.

$18.50
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Early Flaked Hematite Tool
Early Flaked Hematite Tool

Here is a very early simple tool. It was made with just a couple of percussion flakes and a few pressure flakes along the edge. It has great patina all over but you can see where the maker left some of the original surface of the hematite cobble that has even heavier patina.

$48.00
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Cobbs Triangular
Cobbs Triangular

Here is a smaller Archaic Triangle blade. It is well made and typical of the style.

$18.50
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3-3/4″ Flaked Blade
3-3/4″ Flaked Blade

This flaked blade was found in Indiana. It is rather thick and it looks like the maker tried to get rid of that pesky lump but to no avail. It was probably used as a hide scraper or knife blade.

$22.50
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Hafted Blade with Spokeshave
Hafted Blade with Spokeshave

Made from a large flake from near the rind of the chert nodule this unusual piece has a natural curve. The maker used that to his advantage to obtain a very thin cutting edge. It is almost unifaced with one side only having a bit of edgework. Intentional chipping made the arrow shaft size spokeshave on one edge of the blade and the heavy patina matches the rest of the piece.

$35.00
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White Edgefield
White Edgefield

Here is a very asymmetrical blade that is well made with high quality material.

$28.00
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Large Flaked Hide Scraper
Large Flaked Hide Scraper

This big old hide scraper was fashioned out of a piece of river cobble slate. A portion of the original stone did not need to be flaked in order to satisfy the maker. He probably figured to leave well enough alone with this thin and hard to work material.

$48.00
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Paleo and Archaic Blades
Paleo and Archaic Blades

These are a pair of very similar blades in size and material. The flaking styles are different with one being produced with more Paleo like knapping than the other.

$38.50
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Bi-Face Blade
Bi-Face Blade

This is a bi-face blade, poassibly a North, with fine pressure flaking on the edge. It is fairly well made, pretty thin and has a great amount of patina.

$33.00
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