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These are found in Miami and Bartholomew Counties in Indiana. Both are examples of arrowheads being reporposed into hafted scrapers during ancient times.
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Blunt Points / Hafted Scrapers
Miami County, Indiana
A sturdy little point with nice coloration and patina.
A very good example of a hafted blade.
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 Woodland period point was crafted from beautiful mottled chert. It would be a nice addition to any collection. This camouflaged point was hard to spot. Fortunately I had better eyesight back then.
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.
A very well made point with a thinned basal area (almost fluted) and nice patina.
This is a fine very well made Early Archaic point.
A solid well made point with a nice two tone white chert.