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This page features Ancient Indian arrowheads and artifacts from the Archaic time era which are between 3,000 to 10,000 years old!
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Item: Type: Smith Provenance: Price
RPAR122 A fairly broad blue flint Smith Corner-notched Arrowhead which is well flaked Found by Greg Perino in 40.00
on both faces by an upper-intermediate knapper. One barb is "clipped" from Choctaw County, OK
ancient damage as is the corner of the basal stem on the same side. (left side in
photo 4) Still a desirable item for the age alone.
Era: Late Archaic Period - 3,000 to 4,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Chisel-tip Dawson Provenance: Price
RPAR123 A slender, fairly thick burgundy crystalline rose quartz Dawson dart point having a Recovered from 24.00
"chisel tip". The flaking patterns are quite crude, owing to the difficulty of working this Write Patman Lake, TX
type of host material. It retains the outer cortex of the host stone on an angled, flat base.
Era: Middle Archaic Period - 4,000 to 7,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Chisel-tip Dawson Provenance: Price
RPAR124 A burgundy, tan and gray chert Chisel-tip Dawson Arrowhead which is well Recovered from 30.00
flaked on both faces but in a somewhat crude fashion. An interesting, rustic Write Patman Lake, TX
sample of this type of Arrowhead.
Era: Middle Archaic Period - 4,000 to 7,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Chisel-tip Dawson Provenance: Price
RPAR125 An attractive mottled pink and red crystalline chert/quartzite Chisel-tip Dawson Recovered from 40.00
Arrowhead which is well flaked on both faces but in a somewhat rustic fashion. Write Patman Lake, TX
It has an unusually elongated stem which is ground all the way around, in the
fashion of the earliest artifact manufacturing period.
Era: Middle Archaic Period - 4,000 to 7,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
     
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Item: Type: Hidden Valley Provenance: Price
RPAR79 A HUGE, VERY LONG off-white and very light blue-gray chert Hidden Valley Recovered from the 1500.00
Knife form which is thoroughly flaked on both faces by an advanced knapper. Sangamon River, IL
This piece is just AWESOME, so I'll let the photos do the talking for me
Era: Archaic - 7,000 to 8,500 years old Ex: Greg Perino
     
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Item: Type: Gary Provenance: Price
RPAR90 A fairly attractive semi-translucent white and gray novaculite Gary Dart point which is Recovered from 40.00
well flaked on both faces by a determined knapper working with a most difficult to SW Arkansas
knap material. It has a substantial multi-layer stack on side A, just above the hafting
line, off-set to the right side (photo 2) and side B also has a single-ledge stack above
the hafting area, off-set to the left. (photo 4) Still not a bad looking piece for the price.
Era: Late Archaic to Early Woodland - 1,000 to 3,200 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Neuberger Provenance: Price
RPAR89 A fairly thin off-white chert Neuberger Arrowhead which is well flaked on both Recovered from 85.00
faces, although not in any particularly impressive pattern. It has nice minute edge Logan Co., IL
serrations and from it's slightly asymmetrical form, it was most likely used as a
saw blade for more delicate material, such as bird bone tubes and whistles.
Era: Archaic - 6,000 to 9,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Hardin Blade Provenance: Price
RPAR88 A very meaty, somewhat large (for type) cream colored chert Hardin Knife form which must have been a real Recovered from 150.00
beauty in it's time. It's well flaked on both faces by a very advanced knapper and shows traits of many ancient Calloway Co., MO
resharpenings which caused the blade to become asymmetrical. Sadly it has major ancient damage to one edge of
the stem as well as to the corresponding barb. I would definitely recommend this one for a professional restoration
Era: Early Archaic - 6,000 to 9,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
     
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Item: Type: San Patrice Provenance: Price
RPAR86 A fairly small (for type) light brown jasper San Patrice dart point which is well flaked Recovered from Louisiana (NFI) 125.00
on both faces and appears to have been anciently re-worked at least on a few
different occasions. The surfaces show slight polishing from weathering in the ground.
Era: Early Archaic - 8,000 to 10,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
     
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Item: Type: Simonsen (Long Creek) Provenance: Price
RPAR85 A medium sized off-white burlington chert Simonsen Dart point having a single light gray Recovered from 250.00
diagonal band at it's horizontal centerline. It's flaking patterns are thorough on both faces Central Illinois
in an oblique transverse pattern by an intermediate knapper. This piece is well weathered
from exposure to the elements for thousands of years, but shows no modern damage.
Era: Archaic - 4,600 to 6,800 years old Ex: Greg Perino
     
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Item: Type: Dalton Provenance: Price
RPAR84 A fairly thin and large (for type) tan chert Dalton Knife Blade form which is well Found by Greg Perino 200.00
flaked on both faces by an intermediate knapper. It has the slight, normal usage at Keystone Lake,
wear to it's edges, with some secondary pressure flaking patterns to re-sharpen in NE Oklahoma
the edge work. It has a serious lateral flat to one edge, just above the horizontal
center-line (photos 7 & 9) and the tips of both auricles were "restored" by Greg
Perino. The restored tips appear as yellowish-brown sections in the photographs
Era: Early Archaic - 9,200 to 10,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
     
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Item: Type: Kirk Corner Notched Provenance: Price
RPAR83 A medium sized (for type) light green chert Kirk Corner Notched blade/dart form which Recovered from 500.00
is fairly well flaked on both faces, although it retains two broader areas on side A from Limestone Co., AL
the original percussion flaking stage. This one's a little bit puzzling, because it has fairly
minute secondary pressure flaking patterns to it's edges, but overall, it appears to have
been created by an intermediate knapper. Still a rare and desirable type.
Era: Early to Middle Archaic - 6,000 to 9,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
     
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Item: Type: Thebes Provenance: Price
RPAR82 A VERY broad and large (for type) light blue-gray and tan chert Thebes Knife Form. This one is thoroughly Recovered from 600.00
flaked on both faces by an experienced knapper, and, judging from the base-to-length ration, was probably almost St. Clair Co., IL
twice as long when it was first created, having been shortened through use and multiple ancient re-sharpenings.
Typical of anciently used items, this one displays the normal usage wear, especially to one barb which is no longer
there. It has a noticeable diagonal step on the opposite barb, from ancient re-work. (left barb in photo 4) Quite an
impressive and attractive ancient artifact, worthy of "center-piece status" in any mid-west collection.
Era: Early Archaic - 8,000 to 10,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
     
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Item: Type: Etley Knife Provenance: Price
RPAR81 A very thick, rustic and crudely made off-white, tan and light blue chert Etley Knife Blade. Recovered from 150.00
Created by an in-experienced knapper, it appears to be a "tool of necessity" and most likely Central Arkansas
served it's purpose well as a cutting blade. Quite a crude example of this normally refined type
Era: Late Archaic - 2,500 to 4,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
     
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Item: Type: Go-Kart Knife Blade Provenance: Price
RPAR80 Now this one's pretty sexy, I like it's form. A very light blue and tan chert Go-Kart Knife form which Recovered from 500.00
is only roughly flaked on it's surfaces, it seems that the ancient knapper paid more attention to it's Pacific, MO
form than to it's surface flaking patterns, and it's understandable, since this one was intended to be a
heavy-duty knife blade, not a beauty contest contestant. It has a slight, non-ancient nick to the edge
above the horizontal centerline (photo 5) but is otherwise "all there". Illustrated in Greg Perino's
"Selected Preforms, Points and Knives of the North American Indians", Book #2, page 88
Era: Late Archaic to Titterington Phase- 4,100 years old Ex: Greg Perino
     

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Item: Type: La Jita Provenance: Price
RPAR91 A fairly thin horizontally marble-banded Edwards plateau chert La Jita dart Recovered from 85.00
point/knife blade. It's well flaked on both faces, mostly by percussion flaking Bandera Co., TX
and despite it's somewhat rough form, is essentially "all there"
Era: Middle Archaic - 4,000 to 7,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: La Jita Provenance: Price
RPAR92 A fairly sturdy light gray Edwards plateau chert La Jita dart point/knife form which is well Recovered from 110.00
flaked on both faces, roughly to an undefined median ridge. It has an ancient nick to the Bandera Co., TX
tip, but is otherwise "all there" (in all of it's crudeness) as it was anciently made and used.
Era: Middle Archaic - 4,000 to 7,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Dove Tail Provenance: Price
RPAR93 A very sturdy and quite attractive mottled green-gray chert Dove Tail Knife form/Dart point which is Recovered from 600.00
thoroughly flaked on both faces by an advanced knapper with special attention given to the secondary St. Clair Co., IL
pressure flaking around all of it's edges. It shows good basal edge grinding and has only a single, slight
usage nick to one cutting edge near the tip. (right side in photo 2) Not a bad specimen of this highly
collectible type. It was pictured in the "Prehistoric Art" publication of 1940 on page 49, so it's "famous".
Era: Early Archaic - 8,000 to 9,500 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Dalton Provenance: Price
RPAR94 A medium gray quartzite Dalton dart point which is well flaked on both faces by an advanced Recovered from 85.00
knapper, working with an impossible to flake material. It has good basal grinding and is quite SW Arkansas
an interesting item for it's rustic appearance alone. This one appears to be a transitional type, as
it retains more paleo era traits than is commonly seen with Dalton points of the Archaic period.
Era: Early Archaic - 9,200 to 10,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Kirk Stemmed Provenance: Price
RPAR95 A fairly large gray chert Kirk Stemmed Knife form which is well flaked on both Recovered from 250.00
faces in somewhat of a haphazard fashion. It has slight usage wear marks all SW Arkansas
around, but is mostly "all there" as it was anciently used
Era: Archaic - 6,000 to 9,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Dawson Provenance: Price
RPAR96 A mottled tan and brown flint Dawson Arrowhead which is well flaked on both Recovered from 30.00
faces by a novice knapper. It's neatest feature is the lighter colored stem which Hugo Lake, OK
starts with a diagonally banded area below the hafting section
Era: Archaic - 4,000 to 7,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Alachua Provenance: Price
RPAR97 A white chert Alachua Arrowhead which is well flaked on both faces by an experienced Recovered from Alabama 30.00
knapper. It shows substantial surface polishing as well as polished wear to all of it's edges, and
this has me puzzled. Normally such thorough polish only occurs with artifacts deposited and
washed in a river for an extended period of time, but the surfaces don't show the normal river
residue which occurs with this phenomenon, and rather retain a very bright white surface. How
this one managed it, I haven't a clue. Suffice it to say that it IS heavily river polished
Era: Middle Archaic - 4,000 to 5,500 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Dickson Provenance: Price
RPAR98 A very choice and very thin multi-colored, cream colored, white, pink with slight, thin blue- Recovered from the Tomahall Site 600.00
gray bands Kay county Flint Dickson dart point. It's thoroughly flaked on both faces by an in Haskell Co., OK
accomplished knapper, and is just a real beauty. I have to confess that had I not been given
the detailed provenance, I would have been tempted to classify this one as Flint Ridge Flint,
it's every bit as beautiful and in just superb condition. Quite an exceptional point Ex: Billy McLemore
Era: Late Archaic to Woodland - 1,600 to 2,500 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Kirk Stemmed Provenance: Price
RPAR100 A bit of a "stubby" (for type) black basalt Kirk Stemmed Dart point/saw. It's fairly well Found by Greg Perino 30.00
worked on both faces, although the flaking patterns are somewhat subdued, owing to the in McCurtain Co., OK
nature of the host material. It has basal grinding and minute edge serrations which make
me believe that it was used as a mini saw blade in addition to being a functional dart point
Era: Archaic - 6,000 to 9,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Dalton Star Creek Provenance: Price
RPAR101 OK, well, the "master" typed this one as a Dalton Star Creek point, although if it Found by Greg Perino 40.00
were up to me, I would have classified it as a San Patrice Hope Variety. A mottled in Haskell Co., OK
tan and brown chert dart point having a flat matte surface with basal grinding and
right hand beveling to opposing edges on each face. It has a slight lateral shear to
one edge at it's horizontal centerline. (left side in photo 2) An interesting point
Era: Early Archaic - 8,000 to 10,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Hemphill Provenance: Price
RPAR102 A very impressive, fairly large and sturdy white burlington chert Hemphill Knife form which Found by Greg Perino 250.00
is thoroughly flaked on both faces, basically to a median ridge, although the median ridge in Calloway Co., MO
appears only on side A, with side B being more flat, but still having the flaking patterns
leading to the vertical centerline. It has a few ledges on both faces and a thicker stack in the
center of side B, between the notches. (photos 7 & 8) From ancient resharpening, it's a bit
asymmetrical, especially along one edge at the tip (left side in photo 3) but good mineral
deposits prove that this was an ancient resharpening, and not modern damage.
Era: Middle to Late Archaic - 5,000 to 7,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Etley Provenance: Price
RPAR103 A fairly large off-white and light blue chert Etley Knife form which is well flaked on both faces, Recovered from 150.00
although in a somewhat hurried fashion without any particular attention to detail, although it Central Arkansas
does show "some" secondary pressure flaking to it's cutting edges. It's edges show quite a bit
of nicking, which wasn't a result of ancient usage. Quite an old work-horse of a blade.
Era: Late Archaic - 2,500 to 4,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Table Rock Pointed Stem Provenance: Price
RPAR104 Classified as a Table Rock pointed stem by the master, I would have called this one a Recovered from the Canadian River, 75.00
Langtry Pointed Stem dart point, it's an interesting blue-gray diagonally banded chert East of Holdenville, OK
Arrowhead which is well flaked on both faces by an "almost" intermediate knapper. It
has a couple of single-step ledges on side B, but is still a better than average artifact
Era: Middle Archaic to Woodland - 2,000 to 5,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Rice Lobbed Provenance: Price
RPAR105 A fairly thick, medium brown chert Rice Lobbed Knife/Saw blade which is well flaked Recovered from 40.00
on both faces, although not in any particularly impressive fashion. It has secondary Choctaw Co., OK
pressure flaking to it's edges giving it a good serrated working edge, necessary for use
as a saw blade. The very tip was anciently nicked off, but that held little consequence to
the user of this piece, since it was the edges which did most of the required work
Era: Early Archaic - 5,000 to 9,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Hardin Blade Provenance: Price
RPAR108 I give this one a "little Wow", simply because the tangs were restored. A fairly long and sturdy cream colored Found by Greg Perino 450.00
and mottled tan chert Hardin Blade, which is very large by any standard and displays good original symmetry. in SE Missouri (NFI)
It's thoroughly flaked on both faces mostly by percussion with good, detailed secondary pressure flaking to the
edges, which left shallow serrated patterns. These shallow serrations are more worn down along one edge (right
edge in photos 1 & 2) from it's use as a knife blade. The basal stem is ground all the way around and, sadly the
tips of both tangs were lost anciently, but replaced/repaired by the "master" and finder, Greg Perino. Still quite
an impressive artifact which would well top the $1000 price range had it not been damaged and restored
Era: Early Archaic - 6,000 to 9,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Dalton Provenance: Price
RPAR109 Something of a heart-breaker, a gorgeous mottled light blue and blue-gray chert Dalton Dart point which is well Recovered from the Coy Doan 175.00
flaked on both faces and which is showing the first stages of right hand beveling to both faces. It has good basal Farm in McCurtain Co., OK
grinding to the edges as well as to the bottom edge of it's auricle, as well as 2 pressure flutes on side A and a
single, broader pressure flute to side B. Sadly it has an obvious lateral shear from the tip extending down one edge
for about 1/4". The superior craftsmanship and beauty of the host material make this one an excellent candidate
for a professional restoration. (and for the size of the area needing restoration, the cost would be minimal)
Era: Early Archaic - 9,200 to 10,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Table Rock Pointed Stem / (Coahuila) Dagger Provenance: Price
RPAR111 A very attractive dark red and purplish-brown chert long stemmed Dagger Blade. Classified as being a Recovered from the Sulphur 125.00
Table Rock Pointed Stem type by "the Master", Greg Perino , I beg to differ, as I would have classified River in Lamar Co., TX
this one as a Coahuila point, myself. (I seldom go against "the Master's" opinion, especially with typing,
since he was typing artifacts while I was probably still courting my first girlfriend in kindergarten, but in
some instances, I just have to offer a second opinion, based on my own experience, and let the
collectors either decide for themselves, or seek a second opinion from another authenticator) At any
rate, the flaking patterns on this piece are highly unusual, and not "typical", with the signs of percussion
flaking patterns appearing in the centerline of both faces, and somewhat irregular secondary pressure
flaking patterns along all of it's edges. An interesting and most ancient piece
Era: Late Archaic to Woodland - 2,000 to 4,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Castroville Cache Provenance: Price
RPAR112 A VERY nice set of 4 very thin light gray chert Castroville points, found as a cache and each Recovered from the Tomahall Site 350.00
showing superior traits of an advanced knapper. This attractive set must have been hidden in Haskell Co., OK
right after manufacture, as they show no damage from any kind of use. Just a nice offering.
Era: Late Archaic to Woodland - 1,500 to 4,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Hardin Provenance: Price
RPAR119 YEOW!!! An absolutely GORGEOUS and HUGE black flint First Stage Hardin Knife Blade Found by Greg Perino in 4,200.00
which is thoroughly flaked on both faces by a very advanced, near-master knapper. I'm just awe- Bayou Deview, Cross Co., AR
struck with this beauty, so I'm going to let the photos speak for me, but I have to say that this one is
a hands-down G10+ piece, having no damage at all. In addition to the thorough flaking patterns on
both faces, it has quite intricate secondary pressure flaking patterns to both faces on the left edge of
each side, which I find to be really strange, as if the experienced ancient knapper anticipated
beveled resharpening. One of the absolute best artifacts I've had the privilege of handling
Era: Early Archaic - 6,000 to 9,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Turin Provenance: Price
RPAR120 A fair sized, broad off-white and tan chert Turin Knife blade which is well flaked on Recovered in 200.00
both faces with good, intricate secondary pressure flaking around all of it's edges. It South Dakota (NFI)
has light basal edge grinding and a nick to the very tip, as well as a lateral flat
section to the bottom edge of the basal stem. (photos 6 & 7) Not a half-bad piece
Era: Early Archaic - 7,500 to 8,500 years old Ex: Greg Perino

 

Item: Type: Lost Lake Provenance: Price
DIAR9 An absolutely breath-taking tan and light blue-gray diagonally banded Carter Cave flint Lost Recovered from 1,600.00
Lake Dart/Knife form which is quite thin, for the size and which is thoroughly flaked on both Meade County, Ohio
faces with somewhat shallow edge serrations. The basal edge is nicely ground and this has
got to be the very best example we've ever seen of this rare and desirable type Rogers COA
Era: Early Archaic Period - 6,000 to 9,000 years old Jackson COA

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Item: Type: Besant Provenance: Price
ASAR61 A fairly small, light tan and white chert Besant Arrowhead which is well worked on Found on private land in 15.00
both faces by an intermediate knapper. The very tip is missing, priced accordingly Cherry County, Nebraska
Era: Archaic Period - 1,500 to 1,900 years old near the Snake River

Item: Type: Flint Creek Provenance: Price
LSAR110 A very thick and VERY colorful Horse Creek Chert Flint Creek Recovered from 50.00
  Arrowhead having somewhat crude flaking attempts which left Lee Co., MS  
  slight ledges, mostly along the left edge of side A.    
  Era: Archaic to Woodland periods - 1,000 to 3,500 years old Ancient Relics COA  

Item: Type: Agate Basin Provenance: Price
LSAR111 A fairly thin and quite small (for type) tan chert Agate Basin dart point having Recovered from 120.00
  good, thorough flaking patterns to both faces, with moderate basal grinding. western Texas 75.00
  Era: Archaic - 9,400 to 10,500 years old Stermer COA  

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Item: Type: Agate Basin Provenance: Price
LSAR112 An attractive white w/ pinkish hues chert Agate Basin Dart point which is well Recovered from west Texas 150.00
  flaked on both faces with basal thinning on side A and a hafting stop on side B   75.00
  Era: Archaic - 9,400 to 10,500 years old Stermer COA  
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Item: Type: Angostura Provenance: Price
LSAR113 A very attractive semi-translucent white Chalcedony Angostura Recovered from 140.00
  Dart point which is very well flaked on both faces. Otero Co., NM 65.00
  Era: Archaic - 9,073 years old Stermer COA  
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Item: Type: Angostura Provenance: Price
LSAR114 A most interesting semi-translucent yellow-tan quartzite Angostura dart point Recovered from 140.00
  which is expertly flaked on both faces from a normally impossible material to Carbon Co., WY 75.00
  flake. It has good basal grinding with a bit of roughness to the tip    
  Era: Archaic - 9,073 years old    
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Item: Type: Angostura Provenance: Price
LSAR115 A very slender purplish-pink and gray chert Angostura Dart Recovered from 120.00
  point which is thoroughly flaked on both faces, although not in west Texas 95.00
  any particularly impressive pattern. It has light basal grinding    
  and a bit of roughness to the basal edge    
  Era: Archaic - 9,073 years old Rogers COA  
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Item: Type: Pedernales Provenance: Price
LSAR116 A very sturdy gray-brown Edwards plateau chert Pedernales Undocumented, most 75.00
  Arrowhead, well flaked on both faces but having a very slight likely Texas  
  ancient nick to the top of one barb as well as to the tip of one    
  tang on the same side.    
  Era: Archaic to Woodland - 2,000 to 6,000 years old    
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Item: Type: Meserve Provenance: Price
LSAR117 A fairly sturdy mottled gray chert Meserve Blade form, well flaked Recovered from 150.00
  on both faces with slight left handed beveling just starting. South Texas 95.00
  Era: Early Archaic - 4,000 to 9,500 years old McMichael COA  
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Item: Type: Agate Basin Provenance: Price
LSAR118 A fairly attractive blue-gray Florence chert Agate Basin Blade Reportedly recovered from central 150.00
  form, well flaked on both faces with good basal grinding Texas, although Stermer disputes 95.00
    this saying that it's more likely from  
    Oklahoma or Kansas  
  Era: Archaic - 9,400 to 10,500 years old Stermer COA  
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Item: Type: Windust Transitional Provenance: Price
LSAR119 A most interesting black basalt Windust Transitional Dart point which most Recovered from SOLD
  likely doubled as a saw/blade form. It's very well worked on both faces by Lake Co., OR  
  an advanced knapper and has intricate edge serrations as well has good   10/13
  caliche deposits along the edge of side B, as a testimony to it's antiquity     
  Era: Paleo/Archaic - 9,500 to 10,500 years old Stermer COA  
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Item: Type: Pedernales Knife Form Provenance: Price
LSAR120 A HUGE and most interesting brown chert Pedernales Knife blade form. It's Undocumented, most likely Texas 250.00
  well flaked on both faces mostly by percussion and indirect pressure flaking.   125.00
  The edges are intentionally rough in order to improve their cutting quality.    
  Era: Archaic to Woodland - 2,000 to 6,000 years old    
Item: Type: Tortugas Provenance: Price
LSAR71 A semi-translucent Edwards Plateau chert Tortugas Dart point which has pressure flutes on Recovered from 30.00
both faces with secondary pressure flaking patterns mostly around all edges. This one might Central Texas
have been anciently re-based from a much longer specimen
Era: Archaic - 4,750 to 6,050 years old Stermer COA
Item: Type: Rio Grande Provenance: Price
LSAR76 A purplish chert Rio Grande Dart point which is well made with thorough flaking Recovered from 120.00
patterns to both faces but with a couple of rough spots along one edge near the tip Otero Co., NM 75.00
Era: Archaic - 6,000 to 9,000 years old Stermer COA
 
Item: Type: Bajada Provenance: Price
LSAR89 A lavender colored rhyolite Bajada Dart point which is well formed and well flaked, although Recovered from 95.00
the flaking patterns are subdued owing to the nature of the host material. An attractive piece Otero Co., NM 65.00
Era: Archaic - 5,300 to 8,000 years old Stermer COA
 

 

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