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Discoidal
Discoidal

Here is a very nice discoidal with a little field damage. It displays well on one side . The other side has a couple chips and a crack. Overall this is still a very nice and rare piece.

$345.00
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Huge 3/4 Grooved Maul
Huge 3/4 Grooved Maul

This big boy has a nice overall polish with the groove being even more highly polished. It is made of a high quality pink quartz material. It shows some nice use wear at the larger end. My guess is that this weighs 6-7 pounds. And I am paying for shipping :(

$115.00
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Clay Trade Tobacco Pipe
Clay Trade Tobacco Pipe

An American made glazed clay trade tobacco pipe used in the early to mid 1800’s. This was a field find in Southern Ohio and has very nice patina. It has some old nicks at the rim and stem.

$23.00
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Clay Trade Tobacco Pipe
Clay Trade Tobacco Pipe

This American made clay trade tobacco pipe is an unusual style. It was used in the early to mid 1800’s. Found in southern Ohio and has great patina and is in excellent condition.

$32.00
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Columbia River Artifacts
Columbia River Artifacts

These items were part of a collection purchased in the mid 60’s. I believe they are made of ivory There is one small carved ring, bead or decorative piece. The other is possibly a spoon or scraper

$26.00
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Turtle Head Effigy
Turtle Head Effigy

I found this unusual item in a box of miscellaneous artifacts in our collection. I don’t know where it came from. I don’t think we found it but it is possible. It could be from the Hopewell Culture or could even be Myan. If anyone has any thoughts on it please let me know.

$62.50
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Spent Flake Core
Spent Flake Core

This is all that is left and I have to say, he didn’t waste any. This was once large enough to produce long flake knives known as bladelets. It is hard to date because they were used throughout Native American history. Flake cores are fairly rare in that there was only one used to produce nearly a hundred bladelets.

$17.50
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Native American Indian Abrading Stone
Native American Indian Abrading Stone

This Indiana sandstone abrader has been used on all sides. It a great example of a Native American sharpening and polishing tool.

$37.00
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Northwest Coast Ivory Needle
Northwest Coast Ivory Needle

This needle was purchased at a relic show in the early 70’s. It was part of a group of artifacts from an abandon fishing village recovered in the 1940’s. The village was near Hooper Bay Alaska Latitude 61:30 Longitude 166. It appears to be old and authentic with nice patina.

$42.00
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Abrading Stone / Nutting Stone
Abrading Stone / Nutting Stone

This is a good example of a multi function tool of the Native Americans. It was used as a nutting stone and also as an abrader.

$24.00
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Polished Stone Bead
Polished Stone Bead

This bead was in our collection of personally found items but I don’t have any records as to where it was found. It is old and authentic with a polish over most of it. I believe it to be made of stone but it could possibly be clay.

$38.00
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Ornamental Bone Object
Ornamental Bone Object

This is an unusual piece that was found in association with many Woodland artifacts.  It has been cut and rounded on both ends. Possibly used as an ornamental decoration such as a nose or ear piercing. If anyone has more information, I would be happy to hear it.

$35.00
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