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This piece has great patina and is a true piece of Native American fishing history.
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Union County, Kentucky
Historic, Mississippian, Woodland
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 point shows a lot of use wear, It is in great shape with the drilled end.
This is a very thin well made and highly polished gorget. It had a couple brushes with farm equipment but survived with only minor scratches.
This bone awl has a lot of smoothing from being used.
Both drilled and notched this is a fine example of a bone projectile point.
A spade or chopper that shows some sheen to the chert from use. It also has some ground down edges. Overall a nice big piece.
American made in the early to mid 1800’s. Light colored with a slight nick on the rim. Personally found in central Ohio.
A nicely shaped shell pendant with two conical holes.