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Here is a nice Early Archaic Point with fragile ears. It has a ground base and is beveled and serrated.
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Pine Tree Corner Notched
Wabash County, Indiana
This is a sturdy well made piece. This point was purchased in 1967 as part of a farmers collection from Southern Ohio.
A nice little dart point with sharp barbs. It also has an unusual flat spot on the side that is not flaked. The maker maybe ran into a tough spot or had another reason to leave it that way.
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 is a nice point with great flaking and pretty material. It has a small ancient nick on one ear.
This is a fine specimen. It has diagonal flaking, flutes on both sides, two-toned material and a super ground basal area.
This point shows a lot of use wear, It is in great shape with the drilled end.
A sturdy little point with nice coloration and patina.
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.