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Hammerstone / Pestle
Hammerstone / Pestle

This is a great example of a hammerstone. It has a lot of obvious use wear on the edges as a hammerstone possibly to flake flint. Also the one flattened side shows a lot of polish from it also being used as a pestle for grinding food.

$27.00
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Collection of 8 Knives / Blades / Preforms
Collection of 8 Knives / Blades / Preforms

This group represents a variety of styles, materials and time periods as well as uses. Some have only percussion flaking and others show fine edge work and one is nicely beveled. Some may have been hafted to a handle while others may have been hand held. Some were used as is while others may have been preforms for future production.

$37.00
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Pair of Dicksons
Pair of Dicksons

Here are two nice examples of Late Archaic to Woodland period Adena Dickson Points. The larger one at 2-1/8″ appears to be made of Flint Ridge material which would have had to have been traded to the Bartholomew County area.

$35.00
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Illinois Table Rock / Geode
Illinois Table Rock / Geode

I think the maker made this one on a bet. Despite his choice of material it turned out very nice. It reminds me of a Morel mushroom.

$32.50
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2 Indiana Drills
2 Indiana Drills

These are two examples of drill styles made of Indiana Hornstone and found in Southern indiana. One was repurposed from a broken Woodland period point. The other appears to have been from an earlier period.

$22.50
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4 Indiana Arrowheads
4 Indiana Arrowheads

This group represents various styles, materials and periods of Native American points. All are pretty nice points with a very slight bit of field stress. They range in size from 2-1/8″ to 1-5/8″. Free shipping!

$30.00
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Hardaway-Dalton
Hardaway-Dalton

This is an awesome point in many ways. Not only the high quality material and craftsmanship of this point but how it was acquired. Field notes said this point was traded from a farmer ‘Murphy’ in Old Shawneetown for a pack of Pall Malls in 1963.

$125.00
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Colorful Indiana Blade
Colorful Indiana Blade

This is a very colorful blade. It matches the description of a Fort Ancient Blade which is a collector style blade. So maybe it is an unbeveled Cobbs or just a quickly made knife needed to skin dinner.

$35.00
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Early Archaic MacCorkle
Early Archaic MacCorkle

This point was purchased in the late 1960's from a farmer near Circleville Ohio. It doesn't mean it was found on his farm but only that it was in his collection. It appears to have some glue residue on it also so it may have been mounted or displayed at some time. You can see the original rind of the material the maker left on one of the ears.

$27.50
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Greenbriar Blunt
Greenbriar Blunt

This point was a personal find but the county was not recorded. It is unusual in that the blunting was done with bi-faced flaking. it is made of beautiful material and quality craftsmanship. There are a couple of small nicks that appear to be as old as the point itself with the same wear and patina.

$25.00
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3 Native American Indian Arrowheads
3 Native American Indian Arrowheads

Here are 3 nicer field grade points. A Motley and Jacks Reefs. All are well made with a small bit of field wear included.

$25.00
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Honeymoon Moonshine Jug
Honeymoon Moonshine Jug

This is a neat old vintage moonshine jug from England. Free Shipping.

$23.00
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