This is a nice little Early Archaic point that got plenty of use. It appears to have been resharpened down to a nub.
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Cass County, Indiana
These are found in Miami and Bartholomew Counties in Indiana. Both are examples of arrowheads being reporposed into hafted scrapers during ancient times.
This is a nice point made of colorful high grade material.
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.
These are two nice examples of side notched Archaic points – A 1.25″ Big Sandy found in Morgan County Indiana in 1972 and a 1.62″ Brewerton Side Notch found in Ross County Ohio in 1967.
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.
This is a very nice well made thin point that contains a lot of 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.
A very good example of a hafted blade.