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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.
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Spade / Hoe
Johnson County, Illinois
This is a very well made Early Archaic Decatur preform. It is both thin and slightly serrated.
This is a thin well made Early Archaic blade.
This is a very unusual shape and beautiful material. It was either a hafted piece or it has a great hand grip with a natural thumb hold.
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 thin and very well made blade.
A classic Decatur with nice patina.
This is a large sturdy blade that was notched for the purpose of being attached to a handle.
This is a nice example of a Woodland Period single notched knife. It is very thin and has one highly beveled edge.