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Ohio Pendant That Glitters In The Sunlight
Ohio Pendant That Glitters In The Sunlight

This is an amazing artifact. The photos don’t show it but the banded red slate has tiny flakes of mica throughout which causes the piece to glitter in the light. It has a single hole that was drilled from one side making it probably from the Mound Builder Culture. It is very well made, symmetrical and highly polished. It also has awesome patina. There is an ancient nick on the side that appears to have been there from when it was made. The wear in the nick shows it was used long after the nick happened. This is an awesome piece. You will be amased by the glitter, If not you can always return it. I will try to get a better sunlight picture.

$315.00
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Ohio Dart Points
Ohio Dart Points

Both of these small arrowheads are very well made. The darker one was a personal find and the corner notch was purchased at an antique shop in Circleville Ohio in the late 1960’s.

$32.50
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Southern Indiana Drills
Southern Indiana Drills

Here are two flint drills. One of them is a nice example of a double ended type. The other is a small graver. Both aerw recovered in southern Indiana

$27.50
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Hardstone Gouge
Hardstone Gouge

Here is an adz that was made with a slight bend to work better in tight spots. It is easy to picture how it was hafted. It has a fine high polished bit.

$47.50
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Indiana Norton
Indiana Norton

Here is a thin point that was purchased as part of a collection from Mooresville Indiana in the late 1960’s.

$32.00
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Small Quartz Hoof Pestle
Small Quartz Hoof Pestle

This is a smaller size very polished pestle that shows areas of quarts crystal throughout. It has been used extensively and shows much smoothing from that use. It stands and displays very well.

$65.00
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Uni-Face Blades
Uni-Face Blades

Here are two very well made blades. The smaller one is mare like an end scraper but both blades have very fine edgework oll the way around.

$26.00
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Northwest Coast Alaska Drilled Bone Awl
Northwest Coast Alaska Drilled Bone Awl

This drilled awl was purchased at a relic show in the early 70’s. It was part of a group of artifacts from an abandon fishing village recovered in the 1940’s. The village was near Hooper Bay Alaska Latitude 61:30 Longitude 166. It appears to be old and authentic with nice patina and has a polish on it from use.

$55.00
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Hoof Style Pestle
Hoof Style Pestle

Here is a hardstone pestle with awesome use wear that is somewhat polished and has nice all over patina.This is a great example of a hooved pestle that has a good ‘hand feel’ and displays very well.

$85.00
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Kanawha
Kanawha

This Early Archaic point is very well made. It is nicely symmetrical and semi-transparent.

$28.00
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Antique Baseball Mitt / Glove
Antique Baseball Mitt / Glove

This is an awesome Baily and Himes ball glove. This one is from the days of the baseball greats. The lack of a web and finger laces tell how old it is. It is in good condition with no rips or tears in the leather. It has normal use wear and the strap is in good shape. The leather remains soft and pliable but probably could use some oil. It even fits my big hand. This one is man cave material and worthy of top shelf display.

$225.00
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Drill
Drill

Here is a drill with great patina. It was possibly a Dixon point at one time.

$19.00
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