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Thin Uniface Blade
Thin Uniface Blade

This is a fine thin blade with a needle tip. It is very well made with fine edgework on both sides.

$52.00
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Fossiliferous Paleo Uniface Blade
Fossiliferous Paleo Uniface Blade

This is a great blade. It has paleo flaking and fine edge work that is difficult to capture in the pictures. It is made of high quality fossiliferous chert.

$54.00
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10 Colorful Hafted Scrapers
10 Colorful Hafted Scrapers

Here is a nicer group of hafted scrapers. They were once used as arrowheads and knives. Possibly after being broken the Native Americans then recycled them into hafted scrapers. They are made of various styles and materials. All were personally recovered from farm fields in the Midwest. I see one in this group that is worth the price by itself.

$42.50
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Beveled Blade
Beveled Blade

This is a nice blade. It is thin, well made ad nicely beveled.

$16.50
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Hornstone Uniface Blade
Hornstone Uniface Blade

This is a good example of a uniface scraping tool. It was worked only from one side. There may be a couple more historic nicks on the face.

$16.50
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Thin Archaic Blade
Thin Archaic Blade

This is a thin well made ovoid blade with nice flaking. It was purchased at a farm auction in the 1960’s

$22.50
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6 Flake Knives / Bladelets / Lancets
6 Flake Knives / Bladelets / Lancets

This is a nice colorful group of flake knives or bladelets. The ancient Native Americans made them to be used for cutting. They are as sharp as a scalpel when they are made. This technology was used beginning in Paleo times. This group ranges in length from 1-1/2″ to 2″

$22.50
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A Nice Pair of Illinois Blunt points / Halfted Scrapers
A Nice Pair of Illinois Blunt points / Halfted Scrapers

This is a nice pair of blunt points or arrowheads that were re-purposed as halfted scrapers.

$25.00
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A Pair of Triangle Blades
A Pair of Triangle Blades

Here are two triangular blades. I believe at least the larger one is a Cobbs. Some people refer to the other type as Fort Ancient Blade. They were both personally recovered in southern Indiana in the 1960’s.

$25.00
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Hafted Scrapers
Hafted Scrapers

Here are three repurposed arrowheads that had been made into hafted scrapers. The large one is a bit unusual in that it is bi-faced. usually they are only sharpened on one side but this one has both edges beveled.

$12.50
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Gibson Blunt / Hafted Scraper
Gibson Blunt / Hafted Scraper

This Woodland Period Gibson is a great example of an arrowhead being repurposed into a hafted scraper.

$17.50
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Flint Ridge Paleo Crescent Style Blade
Flint Ridge Paleo Crescent Style Blade

This beautiful blade was actually found inside the Indianapolis city limits.

$45.00
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