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Large 3/4 Grooved Maul
Large 3/4 Grooved Maul

This piece is very symmetrical and displays well. It is also nice and heavy and I am paying for shipping   :(

$75.00
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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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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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Eskimo Harpoon Toggle – Reserved
Eskimo Harpoon Toggle – Reserved

This harpoon toggle was fashioned from what I believe to be bone. It is well preserved and in great shape.

$115.00 $95.00
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3/4 Grooved War Club / Hammerstone – Reserved
3/4 Grooved War Club / Hammerstone – Reserved

This is a classic 3/4 grooved hammerstone / war club. Itt  still shows some pecking from the manufacture process and has a been nicely polished.

$85.00
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Carved Ornamental Bullet
Carved Ornamental Bullet

This is an unusual find. This was found near the Ohio River in a field that was abundant with Native American artifacts from various periods. This was carved by someone long ago but it may not have been a Native American. Or it was and used as an ornamental piece or clothing decoration.

$30.00
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Drilled Hardstone Native American Indian Bead
Drilled Hardstone Native American Indian Bead

This bead is a fine example of a drilled hardstone bead. It has two bell shaped holes that meet in the center. It has a lot of nice patina. A few of these were purchased at an Indianapolis relic show in the 60’s.

$30.00 $24.50
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Flaked Spade / Hoe
Flaked Spade / Hoe

The high polish from use indicates that it was used as a hoe or spade. It is possible that it was also used as a double bladed tomahawk style tool. It was flaked from a very hard and high quality material.

$40.00
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Two-Hole Shell Pendant
Two-Hole Shell Pendant

A nicely shaped shell pendant with two conical holes.

$50.00 $40.00
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Small Northwest Coast Alaska Bone Fish Hook
Small Northwest Coast Alaska Bone Fish Hook

This unusually small hook 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.

 

$75.00
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Native American Multi-Pit Nutting Stone
Native American Multi-Pit Nutting Stone

This is a great example of a nutting stone. Many of them have multiple pits with one or two on each side. It is hard to tell in the pictures this one is rather unusual with a total of at least 10. I’m not sure of the cost of shipping but it is free for you!

$45.00
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