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Here is a nice blade. It is well made and has the most awesome patina. The corner has a split on a vein in the material. It appears to have been done during the manufacture and shows use wear.
This is a well made point that is maybe Indiana Green Chert. It has a nicely ground base and one beveled edge
Here is a blade that is covered with heavy mineral deposits. It is nice and thin with fine edgework.
This is an interesting point. It looks like it had some ancient re-sharpening done in a hurry.
Here is a group of thin well made Madisons. The longest is 1-1/2″
Here is an nice Indiana Green Decatur with a couple nicks. I believe the ancient nick on the side was done by the maker when he encountered a vein in the material.
Here is a nice sturdy point that is typical of the type.
This one is a real heartbreaker. It was very well made and appears to have been broken around the time of use. It has a cut-away view of the conical shaped hole.
This is a fine thin blade with a needle tip. It is very well made with fine edgework on both sides.
This is a beauty. I think it is a Thebes Corner Notch. It is thin, serrated, beveled on the left side and ground on the base. It has amazing patina throughout and a fine tip.
A great example of the Native Americans resharpening to a point of exhaustion. They got their moneys worth out of this one. It is still a nice point it is just length challenged.
Here are two very nice little notched points.