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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.
7 Larger Field Grade Hoosier Arrowheads
This is a group of 7 Archaic and Woodland Period points. They are both notched and stemmed. They range in size from 2-5/8″ to 2″ These were all personal finds from Indiana. Counties recovered from will be supplied to the buyer or anyone who asks.
Native American Indian Hafted Scrapers / Blunt Points
These are a typical example of Native American tools re-purposed from damaged arrowheads.