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Civil War Era Clay Trade Tobacco Pipe
Civil War Era Clay Trade Tobacco Pipe

An American made dark glazed clay trade tobacco pipe used in the early to mid 1800's. Personally found in southern Ohio and has nice patina and in great shape.

$30.00
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Disk Pipe
Disk Pipe

This is a beautiful example of a very rare disk pipe. It was a surface find so it’s lucky to be as intact as it is. This has beautiful patina and unfortunately shows how the holes were drilled and meet.

$750.00
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Nutting Stone / Multi-Tool
Nutting Stone / Multi-Tool

This shows signs of being used as a pestle, nutting stone, hammerstone and also possibly used as a stone to hold the spindle to start fires.

$27.00
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Northwest Coast Harpoon Toggle
Northwest Coast Harpoon Toggle

This artifact was purchased as part of a collection in the 1960’s. It is in great condition and has beautiful patina.

$95.00
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Flaked Blade / Spade
Flaked Blade / Spade

This is a nice heavy duty flaked artifact. It could have been used as a blade or scraper but I am leaning toward spade or hoe due to some smoothing and polishing on it from use. It is well made out of nice material with great edge work flaking and patina.

$45.00
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7″ Hoe / Spade / Hide Scraper
7″ Hoe / Spade / Hide Scraper

This is a very large flaked artifact that has some of the rind of the material from which it was made. (The flat section on the end). It was purchased from a farmers collection in the 1960’s. It has the original tape on it stating that it is a hoe found in Fulton Kentucky in 1962.

$75.00
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Rare Hematite Loafstone / Hemisphere
Rare Hematite Loafstone / Hemisphere

This is one of the best examples of a Hemisphere/Loafstone that I have ever seen. It is very symmetrical and highly polished.With it being made of hematite it is also very heavy for it’s size. It is still an unanswered mystery as to what their purpose was. Some experts believe it was used in rituals and others believe it was a utilitarian item possibly used as an atlatl weight. Whatever it’s use this is a top shelf artifact.

$285.00
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Northwest Coast Bone and/or Ivory Artifacts
Northwest Coast Bone and/or Ivory Artifacts

These items were part of a Northwest Coast artifact collection purchased in the 60’s. The Inuit/Eskimo arrow and harpoon points are bone but the round object is probably bone but possibly ivory.

$35.00
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Ohio Clay Trade Tobacco Pipe
Ohio Clay Trade Tobacco Pipe

This pipe was found in a field in southern Ohio. It is in good condition and has a nick on the rim that was made prior to it’s use.

$30.00
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Civil War Era Clay Trade Tobacco Pipe
Civil War Era Clay Trade Tobacco Pipe

An American made clay trade tobacco pipe with a colored glaze used in the early to mid 1800’s.¬†Found in central Ohio with great patina.

$35.00
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Giant Grooved Maul
Giant Grooved Maul

This thing is a beauty. Nicely pecked and polished into shape. A lot of work went into it’s making. The 1/2 grooved ancient sledge hammer is heavy and I will pay the shipping!

$85.00
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Ohio Clay Trade Pipe
Ohio Clay Trade Pipe

These pipes were ¬†used and also traded to Native Americans in the early 1800’s. They were also very popular with the soldiers during the civil war. This one has a rare hand made metal cover.

$40.00
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