|Dimensions||3.12 × 1.25 in|
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This is a classic example of the Ledbetter style with an asymmetrical blade. The shoulders are also asymmetrical with one side being broader than the other and one shoulder being horizontal and the other sloping upwards.
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This is a colorful mix of nice Madison triangles. They range in length from 1 7/8″ to 5/8″ All personally found in Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky. Counties recovered from will be furnished to buyer or upon request.
This is a thin well made piece. This point was purchased in 1967 as part of a farmers collection from Southern Ohio.
This is a fine specimen. It has diagonal flaking, flutes on both sides, two-toned material and a super ground basal area.
A sturdy little point with nice coloration and patina.
This is a fine point made of high quality material. It has a thinned basal area with a 1/2″ flute on one side.
This point is finely serrated with a ground base. It has a couple small ancient nicks but with the high quality material and excellent craftsmanship it is a great candidate for restoration.