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This killer spade is absolutely gorgeous. It is large, thin and highly polished from use.
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Scioto County, Ohio
Woodland – The hole has been broken off but it is still a cool little artifact. Has 14 incised tally marks on one side and is made of what looks to be coal.
This one shows the hand carving on the sides and has a nice hole drilled on the end for mounting on the shaft. It has an ancient crack in it but it still is very solid. It also has great patina.
Either used as a polishing stone or a game stone it shows great wear from whatever.
Eskimo-‘Yupik and Inupiat’ fossilized ivory harpoon toggle is a rare one with barbs.
This piece has great patina and is a true piece of Native American fishing history.
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 is in great shape.
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.
This point shows a lot of use wear, It is in great shape with the drilled end.