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This axe has a lot of patina. It is well made with a flair at the groove and slightly fluted on the bottom. It had a brush with some farm equipment but survived with only minor scratches.
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3/4 Grooved Axe
Harrison County, Indiana
This is a very thin preform point. It has nice Archaic flaking with a lot of patina.
A very nice example of a biscuit style mono. Nice Quartz like material and shows the pestle was well used.
This near mint condition Keystone View Company stereo card features Sioux Indians in “full feather” leaving camp in Nebraska.
This is a very well made and nicely polished axe. It has a couple small usage nicks on the bit but shows wear on them after that.
This is a very nice Early Archaic hafted scraper. It has great patina and a highly ground base. The tip has a possible ancient impact fracture from use.
Fluted on one side with an ancient impact fracture at the tip.
This is a drill that that was not salvaged from an arrowhead so its’ age is hard to determine. It has patina and shows signs of use.
Not a lot of work went into making this but it does show impact fractures on both ends from being used as a notched and hafted tomahawk rather than a net weight.