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Northwest Coast Alaska Large Bone Needle
This 8-1/4″ needle 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.
Collection of Native American Arrowheads
This is a random collection of nicer field grade midwest arrowheads. This group shows some of the diverse materials, styles and sizes made by the first Americans of different periods of the past. Some of the styles are side notch, corner notch, stemmed, bifurcated base etc. They represent types such as the Early Archaic Pine Tree Corner Notch to the Woodland Period Adena point. Also others such as Meadowood, Matanzas, Godar, Table Rock and Lamoka to name a few. They range in size from 2-1/2″ to the small 3/4″ bird point. A very nice collection for the price and free shipping.
Native American Multi-Pit Nutting Stone
This is a great example of a nutting stone. Many of them have multiple pits with one or two on each side. It is hard to tell in the pictures this one is rather unusual with a total of at least 10. I’m not sure of the cost of shipping but it is free for you!
4 Various Blades / Preforms
This is a random group of blades of various styles and materials. They range in size from 1-1/2″ to 2″. Two of them were personally found with the provenance labeled for the counties and dates recovered. Two of them were purchased from a collection. One of those has a small area of glue residue on one side. It may come off but I didn’t try.
Northwest Coast Alaska Bone Fish Hook
This hook 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. While looking at the pictures I noticed a crack on the hook I hadn’t noticed before. I can’t tell if it was glued or just a crack.