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Serrated Indiana Jacks Reef
Serrated Indiana Jacks Reef

Here is a very well made point. It is eliptical and very symmetrical. It has a needle tip and a ground base. It also has wonderful serrations from the resharpening process and lost most of it’s barbs in the process.

$32.00
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Northwest Coast Bone Arrow Point
Northwest Coast Bone Arrow Point

Here is a carved bone arrow point that was part of a collection of Northwest Coast artifacts collected in the 1940’s. Looking with a loop it appears that the bone is beginning to crystalize.

$45.00
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Needle Tip Intrusive Mound
Needle Tip Intrusive Mound

This is a very nicely made Late Woodland Period arrowhead. It is very thin and has a needle point tip.

$32.50
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Vintage Blue Art Glass Tomahawk
Vintage Blue Art Glass Tomahawk

This is a vintage art glass tomahawk made in Cambridge, Ohio by the Crystal Art Glass Compant between 1947 and 1964. It is complete with the basic stereotypical Indian on the front in full headress.

$45.00
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3/4 Grooved Hammerstone / Club
3/4 Grooved Hammerstone / Club

Here is a nicely grooved sledge hammer. It shows great use wear and age. on the flat end there is a nutting stone. there are a lot of pecking marks left from the shaping process.

$54.00
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Ohio Discoidal/Gamestone
Ohio Discoidal/Gamestone

This is a great smaller size hardstone disk. The pecking is still visible in the unpolished areas. I am not sure if it was used as is or was a work in progress. Either way it is a nice little piece.

$145.00
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Serrated Palmer
Serrated Palmer

This point has great serrations and a nicely ground base. It has a more historic small nick on the base.

$22.50
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Very Thin Early Archaic Blade
Very Thin Early Archaic Blade

Archaic- This blade was an antique shop purchase in 1973. It has some writing on both sides but I didn’t notice it until I saw the photos. This piece is a very thin and well made. It has great overall patina and heavy mineral deposits Indicate it is probably near Paleo in age. It is great to hold with its weathered smoothness.

$46.00
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Georgia Beads Made of Stone and Shell
Georgia Beads Made of Stone and Shell

This is a super nice group of drilled beads. They are made of stone and shell and shells. They are all individually drilled with conical holes. All of them contain heavy patina and use wear. My father purchased a bag of these at a relic show in Indianapolis in the mid 1960’s. We were told by the seller that they had come from Georgia. They do appear to be old and authentic but i don’t have any proof about the Georgia story.

$65.00
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Copena Triangular
Copena Triangular

Here is a well made point that has a thinned base that almost looks slightly fluted. The material is of high quality with a waxy feel.

$25.00
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Nutting Stone / Grindstone
Nutting Stone / Grindstone

This shows signs of being used as a pestle, nutting stone, and also possibly used as a stone to hold the spindle to start fires. It was shaped on the sides by pecking to give the user a better grip during the grinding process. It shows smoothing on both sides from being used as a grindstone.

$37.00
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Thin White Blade
Thin White Blade

This blade was made from a large thin flake of flint by only using edge flaking on all edges. There are no large percussion flakes on either side.

$18.50
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