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Eskimo-‘Yupik and Inupiat’ harpoon toggle in very intact condition.
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Bone and slate
This piece has great patina and is a true piece of Native American fishing history.
Both drilled and notched this is a fine example of a bone projectile point.
A super grey chert spade or hoe beautifully polished from use.
Woodland – The hole has been broken off but it is still a cool little artifact. Has 14 incised tally marks on one side and is made of what looks to be coal.
This is an unusual limestone polishing tool with nice grooves in it from putting an edge on axes and celts. This piece has beautiful use wear.
Eskimo-‘Yupik and Inupiat’ fossilized ivory harpoon toggle is a rare one with barbs.
Woodland – Shows a lot of use after being broken.
Here is an example of an ancient unfinished project. Finely pecked into shape but only started drilling the hole. It had a lot of potential. If it could only tell the story as to why it didn't get finished.