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This is a very unusual hand painted copper relief Indian bust.
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Hand Painted Copper
Early Archaic lanceolate blade – This is a nice, thin, and well made blade with no damage.
This is a nicely pecked and polished midwest hardstone grooved axe. Every collection needs one.
A well made flaked mini celt with a sharp bit.
This is a group of 6 triangle points from Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky. County information will be supplied to purchaser or anyone who asks. All personally found in the 1970’s.
A very thin well made blade with very fine edge work. The base end has what looks like ancient touch up or even an attempt at notching.
A well made solid point with a heavily ground base.
This is a beautiful tool with Paleo flaking. It is almost uni-faced but has been finely worked on both sides.
A very thin great shaped blade that sparkles in the sun light. It has a possible ancient side nick that looks more like an intentional notch as it is flaked from both sides.