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This is a very nice well made thin point that contains a lot of patina.
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Benton Broad Stem
Miami County, Indiana
This Woodland period point was crafted from beautiful mottled chert. It would be a nice addition to any collection. This camouflaged point was hard to spot. Fortunately I had better eyesight back then.
This point has has been anciently resharpened in a very unusual way. It was chipped and then ground smooth.
This is a good example of a Woodland period Point.
This is a group of 3 very nice points. Counties recovered in will be supplied to purchaser or upon request. Size range is 1 3/8″ to 1 3/16″.
This is a fine point made of high quality material. It has a thinned basal area with a 1/2″ flute on one side.
These are two nice examples of side notched Archaic points – A 1.25″ Big Sandy found in Morgan County Indiana in 1972 and a 1.62″ Brewerton Side Notch found in Ross County Ohio in 1967.
A nice little dart point with sharp barbs. It also has an unusual flat spot on the side that is not flaked. The maker maybe ran into a tough spot or had another reason to leave it that way.
These are found in Miami and Bartholomew Counties in Indiana. Both are examples of arrowheads being reporposed into hafted scrapers during ancient times.