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This is a nice group of larger points averaging 2-3/4″. They range in age from Archaic to Woodland Periods. All personally found in Indiana and Ohio.
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Dickson, Adena Various
Indiana and Ohio
A nicely serrated Hoosier side notch point.
Transitional Paleo – A nice point with thinned and ground basal and slight fluting on one side.
Early Archaic – A thin well made point with nice serrations.
Woodland – A killer piece with a needle tip.
Fluted on one side with an ancient impact fracture at the tip.
A sturdy little point with nice coloration and patina.
Early Archaic – Nice bullseye pattern in red chert. A very small impact fracture at the tip.
Late Archaic to Late Woodland – A nicely pointed piece with a couple edge nicks.