This killer spade is absolutely gorgeous. It is large, thin and highly polished from use.
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Scioto County, Ohio
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 looks to be a leg 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.
This is a great example of a sharpened and polished bone tool.
Very thinly made with nice patina and shows lots of use wear.
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 piece shows a lot of use wear and it is in great shape.
This was purchased at an artifact show in Indianapolis in the mid 60’s. It shows nice age and patina.
Eskimo-‘Yupik and Inupiat’ harpoon toggle in very intact condition.