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A classic Decatur with nice patina.
1 in stock
Wabash County, Indiana
This is a well made Archaic style blade. The maker has left some remains of the exterior rind of the material on the finished product adding some nice color.
This spade was purchased in 1968 as part of a collection from Old Shawneetown in Southern Illinois. It has a nice polish on the blade end from use.
This large double ended blade has been repurposed as a drill or spoke shave during ancient times.
This is a nice example of a Woodland Period single notched knife. It is very thin and has one highly beveled edge.
A very thin well made blade with very fine edge work. The base end has what looks like ancient touch up or even an attempt at notching.
This is a great example of the maker intentionally leaving part of the rind of the material on the backside of the blade. This is a very well made blade with Archaic flaking of quality material.
This is a very colorful group of blades. Lengths range from 2 1/2″ to 3 1/8″. All personally found in Indiana and Ohio. This great price includes shipping.
This is a thin well made Early Archaic blade.