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An American made dark glazed clay trade tobacco pipe used in the early to mid 1800’s. Found in central Ohio and has nice patina and in great shape.
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1820s, 1830s, 1840s, 1850s, 1860s, 1870s, 1880s, 1800s, 1810s
This is a very nice example of a pitted hammer stone or nutting stone. Also possibly used as a fire starter. It shows nice signs of use as a hammer stone.
A nicely shaped shell pendant with two conical holes.
This is a shard of an ancient pot with a human face design. It is part of a collection that was purchased in the 1960’s. It is possibly South American.
Both drilled and notched this is a fine example of a bone projectile point.
This is a beautiful quartz discoidal that was purchased as part of a collection from Ohio in the mid 1960’s. There is an illegible label on the top and “Georgia” printed on the side.
This may have been used more as a hafted axe or chopper than a spade or hoe because of a lack of polish from use as a hoe.
This harpoon toggle was fashioned from what I believe to be bone. It is well preserved and in great shape.
This heart breaker makes a great study piece as it has both a conical drilled hole and a reed drilled hole.