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As with most drills this one was re-purposed from an arrowhead. This one shows nice wear from usage. Note the wide grip area left on the finished product.
This drill was purchased at a relic show as part of a collection. It along with all of the other points in the group appear to be both old and authentic. It was well made of high quality material with nice patina.
This is a beauty. Long, thin and very fragile. It is a wonder this survived the farm equipment.
This is a nice group of drills of various styles. They range in size from 1-3/4″ to 1-1/8″ Counties recovered from will be furnished to the buyer or any one else who asks.
This is a very nice drill.
This pair of drills range from just under 3″ to 2-1/2″ in size. The Hornstone one was found in Floyd County Indiana and is not broken but contains the original rind of the flint.
This is a random group of 4 various drills. They were found mostly in southern Indiana but only the smallest one had documentation was found in Union County Kentucky in 1974
These are two unusual drill like tools that are only flaked on one side. Both were found in the same field on the same day.
This odd drill / multi-tool shows nice use wear.
This is a great example of an Adena Point being repurposed into a drill.
This is a fine example of an arrowhead being repurposed for another use. When the maker made the tip into a perforator he also reworked the base a bit.
This drill was repurposed from an Adena stemmed point in ancient times. It has a great shape and shows nice use wear.