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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.
This large double ended blade has been repurposed as a drill or spoke shave during ancient times.
This is a pair of well used drills. The smaller one is from LaSalle County Illinois found in 1970. The larger Indiana Hornstone one was found in Floyd County Indiana in 1967. Two for the money delivered.
This is a very well made drill recycled from an Archaic Benton Point.
This is a drill that that was not salvaged from an arrowhead so its’ age is hard to determine. It has patina and shows signs of use.
These are different examples of various drill styles. They all exhibit nice use wear.