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2292-2014) Merrybell Dart Point / Knife made of a cream, light gray, and orange color petrified wood. This specimen measures approx 1 3/8" x 5/8" x 3/8" and has a good mix of random with collateral pressure flaking to form. The blade edges have tertiary work from subsequent ancient resharpening which has created asymmetry of the blade while patination is rich with moderate river polish. Condition shows abundant use wear, G4-5 Quality. Was part of an old legacy collection assembled by surface hunting near Maryhill in Klickitat County, Washington along the Columbia River, x Stan Craig Collection. $15
 

 

 

1972-2013) Bonito Notched Arrowpoint made of a light yellow to cream colored chalcedony. This specimen measures at 3/4" x 3/8" x 1/8" and has excellent bifacial pressure flaking resulting in a thin lenticular cross section and blade edge serrations. It is well patinated and in good condition, G6 or better quality. Was part of the Ed Stecewicz Collection and was part of a Southwestern frame, x Jim Bennett. $20
 

 

2083-2014) Set of 5 archaic points made of various types of obsidian. The longest point a bulbous base Tuolumne measures approx 1" in length. Other types include a nicely pressure flaked Rosegate, a paper thin Elko, a Bear River or variant, and a delicate gemmy Pryor Stemmed made of Midnight Lace. Overall a really nice group of relics all are no brainer ancient authentic and have good patination and mineral deposits. Condition varies with most having use wear or a few nicks, G3-6 Quality. This group was found on private property located at Tulare Lake in Tulare County, California, x Jay and Lori Robinson Collection. Comes with a NWAC SOP. $25

 

 

1027-2010-A) Humboldt Base Notch Dart Point made of a highly translucent gem obsidian with a smoky colored tint. This gem measures approx 1 7/16" x 5/8" x 3/16" and has bifacial oblique parallel pressure flaking and serrated blade edges. It is heavily patinated and mineralized on the ventral face. Condition is decent with auricle wear from being hafted, otherwise G5 in Quality. Was reportedly found by Justin Mathews while surface hunting private land located in Klamath County, Oregon, x Alex Pryzgoda. Comes with a NWAC SOP. $20
 

 

 

1786-2013) Klickitat Dagger made of a white, gray, and black colored mottled chert. This specimen measures approx 3/4" x 1/4" x 1/8" and has bifacial pressure flaking. It is well patinated and mineralized as has an ancient nick to one shoulder, G3-4 Quality. Was reportedly found on private land located in the Northwest Region, x Charles Oswalt Collection. Comes with a NWAC SOP. $15
 

 

 

1128-2012-A
Type: Rabbit Island Dart Point
Material: Petrified Tempskya Fern Wood
Size: 1-7/16" Long x 11/16" Wide.
Grade: G8
Provenance: Found near the Columbia River on private land located between Priest Rapids and Vantage in Kittitas County, Washington by Norma Berg during the 1940's to 1950's. Comes with a NWAC SOP.
$20

 

 

 

 

1668-2013) Adena Dart Point or Knife made of a gray and peach colored Carter Cave Flint. This point measures approx 2 1/4" x 1 1/4" x 5/16" and has bifacial random percussion and pressure flaking. One blade edge has left hand beveling and the constricting stem has light to moderate edge grinding. Has a rich waxy patinated luster and is in good condition, G6 Quality. Was found in Kentucky or Tennessee, finder and site-specific information are unknown. Comes with a NWAC SOP. $15
 

 

 

1678-2013) Adena Dart Point or Knife made of Camden Chert. This specimen measures approx 1 15/16" x 1 1/32" x 1/4" and has large shallow bifacial random percussion scars followed by several stages of pressure flaking. The blade edges have steep beveling on the ventral face and the lateral stem sides have moderate grinding. Has a devitrified patinated luster with irony field mineral deposits, G3-4 Quality. Was found in Kentucky or Tennessee, finder and site-specific information are unknown. Comes with a NWAC SOP. $10
 

 

 

1686-2013) Adena Dart Point or Knife made of Hornstone Flint. This specimen measures approx 2 1/2" x 1 3/8" x 5/16" and has random percussion followed by a couple of stages of pressure flaking to form. The blade edges have some beveling from subsequent ancient resharpening. In terms of condition, the blade edge has a nick as does part of the stem, so is G3-4 Quality. Was found in Kentucky or Tennessee, finder and site-specific information are unknown. Comes with a NWAC SOP. $10
 

 

 

1567-2013) Asymmetrical Knife or Hafted Drill (possibly a Red River type) made of a gray and white mottled Reed Springs or Boone Chert. This specimen measures approx 2 3/16" x 13/16" x 1/4" and has numerous stages of bifacial pressure flaking until exhaustion and discard. It has moderate river polish along with excellent patination + mineral deposits and was found along the Arkansas River near Tulsa in Tulsa County, Oklahoma, x David Menz Collection. The stem is ground and the blade edges are steeply beveled and anciently resharpening resulting in an offset opposed to the blade. Condition is good and quality G4. Comes with a NWAC SOP. $15
 

 

 

1685-2013) Beacon Island Dart Point or Knife made of Hornstone Flint. This specimen measures approx 2 7/8" x 1" x 5/16" and has bifacial random percussion followed by selective pressure flaking. Has some ancient use wear and is G5 in Quality with a moderate to heavy patina and good mineral deposits. Was found in Kentucky or Tennessee, finder and site-specific information are unknown. Comes with a NWAC SOP. $15
 

 

 

1996-2014) Boggs Island made of a mottled gray, black, and olive green colored Sonora Flint. This specimen measures approx 2" x 1 1/16" x 3/8" and has heavy bifacial random percussion followed by selective pressure flaking to form. It is very well patinated and has a pleasing marbled appearance. Condition is decent with several stages of ancient resharpening, G4-5 Quality. Was found on private property located in Southern Kentucky, x Larry Soss. Comes with a NWAC SOP. $15
 


2264-2014) Adena Beavertail or Big Slough Dart Point made of a mottled gray, brown, and cream color Ft Payne Chert. This specimen measures approx 1 7/8" x 1 1/16" x 5/16" and has good bifacial random percussion followed by edge pressure flaking and stem grinding to form. It is extremely well patinated with a waxy devitrified luster and abundant mineral deposits. Condition is very good with ancient use wear, G6 Quality. Was found on private property located in Cumberland County, Tennessee, x Larry Soss. $15
 




2241-2014) Sedalia Dart Point / Hafted Awl made of a mottled white and light gray colored chert. This specimen measures approx 2 7/8" x 1 3/16" x 3/8" and has bifacial primary percussion followed by multiple stages of pressure flaking. This relic was much larger when first made but has been anciently resharpened down until discard stage. It is in worn but intact condition, G5 Quality. Was found by Bart Bird while surface hunting private property located in Pettis County, Missouri, x Larry Soss. Comes with a NWAC SOP. $20
 




2344-2014 Adena Narrow Stem Dart / Knife made of a light gray and cream color chert. This specimen measures 2 1/4" x 1 3/16" x 1/4" and has random bifacial percussion and pressure flaking. The contracting stem is moderately ground and the patination is rich resulting in a waxy devitrified and mineralized luster. Overall in decent condition with typical ancient use wear, G5 Quality. Was reportedly found by Bob Howard in the Midwest, location was unrecorded, x Jim Bennett.  Comes with a NWAC SOP. $10
 






2406-2014) Palmer Dart Point / Knife made of a clear and white color vein crystal quartz. Measures approx 1 1/4" x 13/16" x 5/16" with good bifacial percussion followed by pressure flaking to form. Has seen at least one ancient resharpening along the blade edges which show use wear, G5 Quality. Was found on private property located near Amelia Courthouse in  Amelia County, Virginia, x Tammy Riddle Collection. Comes with a NWAC SOP. $20
 



1735-2013) Big Slough Dart Point made of a multi toned color gray Hornstone Flint. This specimen measures approx 1 7/8" x 1 1/16" x 3/8" and has excellent direct bifacial pressure flaking. The stem has multiple longitudinal thinning strikes and the blade edges are beveled from ancient resharpening. This well patinated and field mineralized point is in good condition and G6 Quality. It was found on private property by James Prestidge while surface hunting in the Kentucky - Tennessee area. Comes with a Bob Butler COA and a NWAC SOP. $35



2616-2015) Set of 3 Archaic and Woodland dart points and knives made of various red and orange color heat treated cherts. The largest specimen measures approx 2 3/4" in length. All have random bifacial percussion followed by several stages of pressure flaking to form. These are patinated with alkali midden or rock shelter calliche and manganese spring staining. Condition varies with abundant ancient use wear, G4-6 Quality. The Adenas were found in Green County, Arkansas while the Wadlow Knife was found in Jefferson County, Missouri, x Kasey Rogers Collection. $40
 




2620-2015) Dalton Knuckolls Dart Point made of a gray and brown color Harrodsburg fossil chert. Measures approx 1 15/16" x 7/8" x 5/16" and has random bifacial percussion then pressure flaking with stem edge grinding to form. Condition is fairly good, G4-5 Quality. Was found on private property located in Butler County, Missouri, x Kasey Rogers Collection. $35
 




2145-2014) Shoal Creek Dart Point / Knife made of a cream, tan, light orange to brown colored banded chert. This specimen measures approx 2 3/8" x 1 7/16" x 5/16" and has bifacial collateral percussion followed by careful pressure flaking resulting in a reasonably thin lenticular cross section. The stone has a beautiful waxy patinated luster with some mineral deposits. Overall in good condition save for a some minor use wear blemishes, G6 Quality. Was found on private property by W. Moore in Benton County, Tennessee, x William Morton Collection. Comes with a NWAC SOP. $25
 




2621-2015) Benton Dart Point made of a heat treated brick red color banded Dover Flint. Measures approx 1 3/4" x 7/8" x 5/16" and has bifacial pressure flaking. Condition is fairly good, G5 Quality. Was found on private property located in St. Genevieve County, Missouri, x Kasey Rogers Collection. $25
 




2617-2015) Adena Knife made of a cream, yellow and mottled gray color swirled chert. Measures approx 2 1/2" x 7/8" x 5/16" and has bifacial collateral percussion followed by edge pressure flaking. Condition is fairly good, G6 Quality. This specimen was found on private property located in St. Genevieve County, Missouri, x Kasey Rogers Collection. $30
 




2719-2016) Adena Hafted Knife Blade made of a gray and white color mottled conglomerate chert. This specimen measures approx 2 1/16" x 1 1/16" x 1/4" and has controlled bifacial percussion followed by pressure flaking and a short stubby bell shaped stem. Overall in decent condition with some ancient use wear, G5 Quality. Was found on private property located in Clay County, Arkansas, x Jacob Vahle. $20
 




2725-2016 [33-4] Set of 3 Texas Points with a corner notch dart point made of swirled zebra stripe flint, an Carlsbad made of an orange and black color gravel chert, and a gray color Edwards Plateau Flint Scallorn or variant. The longest specimen measures approx 1 3/16" in length. All have varying degrees of ancient use wear along with a nice patinated desert luster, G3-5 range. These were found on private property along the Pecos River in West Texas, x MBA. $30




2078-2014) Axtel or Datil Hafted Awl or Drill made of a tan and pink colored silicified sand. Measures approx 1 15/16" x 13/16" x 3/16" and has random bifacial percussion followed by selective pressure flaking. The tip is triangular in shape, while the stem is bulbous with no grinding. Overall has some slight blade torque and is in good condition, G5 Quality. This specimen was found on private land near Rio Rancho, in Sandoval County, New Mexico, x Robin Roy Collection. Comes with a NWAC SOP. $20
 




 
 
 

 

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