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This bone awl still has a sharp point and has great use wear.
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Union County, Kentucky
Historic, Mississippian, Woodland
This copper artifact was purchased as part of a collection from Ohio in the 1960’s. It has a great patina that really shows it’s age.
This is a very thin well made and highly polished gorget. It had a couple brushes with farm equipment but survived with only minor scratches.
This is a great example of a sharpened and polished bone tool.
This one was found in a field in Hamilton County, Ohio.It has a distorted bowl from the manufacturing process. It is in fair condition with a couple chips and has a lot of nice patina
This was purchased at an artifact show in Indianapolis in the mid 60’s. It shows nice age and patina.
Very thinly made with nice patina and shows lots of use wear.
This piece was purchased as part of a collection in the mid 60’s. I believe it is made of ivory. A small residue of glue at the break can be seen with a loop.
This is an unusual limestone polishing tool with nice grooves in it from putting an edge on axes and celts. This piece has beautiful use wear.