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
This is a good example of a Woodland period Point.
These are two very nice points. The larger one is 1.5″ tall and was recovered in the Indianapolis city limits during the construction of Interstate 70 in the late 60’s. The other was found in Gallitin County, Illinois in 1974.
A solid well made point with a nice two tone white chert.
This point has has been anciently resharpened in a very unusual way. It was chipped and then ground smooth.
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 nice point with great flaking and pretty material. It has a small ancient nick on one ear.
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 found in Miami and Bartholomew Counties in Indiana. Both are examples of arrowheads being reporposed into hafted scrapers during ancient times.