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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.
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.
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.
This is a very nice well made Early Archaic point.
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 well made Hopewell culture celt. It is nicely pecked and polished and has a bit of what looks to be use wear on the bit.
This is a nice pair of Mississippian Period triangle points. They are 2-1/2″ and 2″ long. The white one was found in LaSalle County, Illinois. The dark one was found in Clark County, Indiana.
This is a nice point made by the Hopewell culture The banded chert is well made and very colorful.
This is an unusual twisted pipe. It has a mold mark on it so it may be bakelite but I’m not sure. It has been used sometime in the past.
This is a very nice well made Archaic point with great patina.
This is a good example of a Late Archaic point.
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!