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This page contains ancient Native American Indian arrowheads and other artifacts from the Paleo time era.
(9,000 years ago to 14,000 years ago) This was the VERY FIRST period during which the Native
American Indians populated "the new world". To reserve any arrowhead on this page, simply note the
arrowheads ID number and send an email to Terry Baxter: tbaxter999@gmail.com

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Item: Type: Browns Valley Knife Form Provenance: Price
RFPA2 An absolutely GORGEOUS and very beefy mottled brown and tan jasper Browns Valley Recovered from 850.00
Knife blade having a yellowish-off white patina extending from the base and covering 80% Cheyenne County, Kansas
of the surface on side A. (photo 1) It's flaked on both surfaces in the old Paleo tradition and
appears to have what would normally be termed an "impact fracture" from one face at the
tip (see photo 5), but with the (my) assumption that this was a knife, and not a flying dart
point, this was most likely chipped during normal usage. Just an outstanding Paleo point!
Era: Transitional Paleo Period - 8,000 to 10,000 years old
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Item: Type: Browns Valley Knife Form Provenance: Price
RFPA3 A medium gray chert Paleo Browns Valley Knife blade which is well flaked on both faces in Recovered from the East Fork on the 250.00
the old Paleo style. It appears to be "all there" as it was anciently made and used, although White River near Portersville, Indiana
the tip of one auricle is flat, as it retains the outer flat surface of the original host stone.
Era: Transitional Paleo Period - 8,000 to 10,000 years old
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Item: Type: Paleo Hafted Hide Scraper Provenance: Price
RFPA4 A very large (for type) semi-translucent light brown agate hafted Paleo hide scraper which is Recovered on the Dismal River 250.00
TOTALLY intact, and a most excellent example of this artifact type from the earliest period in Thomas County, Nebraska
of man's occupation of this land. Paleo scraper of this type and condition are quite RARE!
Era: Transitional Paleo Period - 8,000 to 10,000 years old
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Item: Type: Plainview Provenance: Price
RFPA11 A very nice, glossy white chert Plainview Dart point which is well flaked on both Recovered from 400.00
faces but having a more recent nick to the right edge shown in photos 2 and 6. Thomas County, Nebraska
It has light basal grinding and is a well above average point.
Era: Late Paleo Period - 9,500 to 11,250 years old Rogers COA
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Item: Type: Agate Basin Provenance: Price
RFPA8 A highly attractive dark reddish-brown jasper Agate Basin blade which is well Recovered from the Snake River 650.00
flaked on both faces in the old Paleo style. The surface itself is unusually "clean" in Cherry County, Nebraska
of ground debris, which leads me to believe that this one must have lived under
the sand for thousands of years. It shows very slight ancient usage marks to the
very tip and has good basal grinding as well. Quite a superior specimen.
  Era: Late Paleo to Early Archaic Period - 9,400 to 10,500 years old Stermer COA
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Item: Type: Frederick Provenance: Price
RFPA9 An ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS off-white and rose-colored agate Frederick Blade Recovered from 1,200.00
which is thoroughly flaked on both faces in the old Plains Paleo style. It has very very Alamosa, Colorado
slight usage wear marks to it's edges but is otherwise in just perfect condition.
Era: Plains Paleo - 8,000 to 9,000 years old
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Item: Type: Clovis Provenance: Price
BEPA3 A very raggedy Dongola Chert Clovis dart point which was re-worked in Found near the town of Lick Creek in Union Co., IL SOLD
ancient times almost to the point of exhaustion. I honestly don't think I've seen a (details to buyer, include the exact location of it's recovery; 4/26
more ragged clovis in all my time of artifact dealing, and I'm not even going to found with many other Clovis Era items listed in this release)
begin to describe all of it's nicks and gouges, I'll let the photos explain these.
Era: Paleo period - 10,600 to 11,500 years old
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Item: Type: Clovis Preform Provenance: Price
BEPA4 A very light blue-gray Cobden chert Clovis Preform which is on the crude side Found near the town of Lick Creek in Union Co., IL 50.00
with a major 2-layer thick stack near it's left edge in photo 2, at the hafting line. It's (details to buyer, include the exact location of it's recovery; 6/5 ON-HOLD bm
unusual in that, even though it was in the beginning roughing out stage, it still shows found with many other Clovis Era items listed in this release)
a percussion flute from the base on each side. The tip appears to have been lost in
more recent times than it's original manufacture, and this one was most likely used
as a crude knife blade in it's undeveloped form
Era: Paleo period - 10,600 to 11,500 years old
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Item: Type: Clovis Knife Provenance: Price
BEPA5 A fairly large blue-gray and tan cobden/bailey chert Clovis Knife blade which was Found near the town of Lick Creek in Union Co., IL 300.00
obviously well used and re-used with many ancient re-sharpenings. It's fairly thick and (details to buyer, include the exact location of it's recovery w/ finders
sturdy, as most knife blades are with side A having 2 large percussion flaking areas. Side SOP; found with many other Clovis Era items listed in this release)
B shows more intricate indirect percussion flaking patterns with exquisite and detailed
pressure flaking patterns along it's cutting edge. It has a single percussion flute from the
base on both faces and, believe it or not, it's "all there" as it was anciently made and used
Era: Paleo period - 10,600 to 11,500 years old Jackson COA
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Item: Type: Unclassified Paleo Dart Point Provenance: Price
BEPA6 A very colorful mottled red, burgundy, blue and gray chert Paleo Dart point which was Recovered from Troy Dry Lake 150.00
thoroughly worked on both faces, although the flaking patterns are very subdued from a high in San Bernadino Co., CA
degree of river polish. It has remnants of a single flute to one face and is asymmetrical from
ancient damage, which was smoothed over from the river polish. Quite a fascinating little piece
Era: Paleo period - 10,600 to 11,500 years old Stermer COA
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Item: Type: Tulare Lake Clovis Dart Point Provenance: Price
BEPA7 A nice blue-gray Franciscan chert Tulare Lake Clovis Dart point which is well Originally reported as being recovered in Gilroy, CA by the seller, but 350.00
worked on both faces by an intermediate knapper and having pressure flutes after all my 20+ years experience from living in CA, and the Californian
from the base on both faces as well as heavy basal grinding. It has ancient artifact experience I've gleaned over these years, I'm positive that this
nicking to the tip but is otherwise "all there" as it was anciently made and used point is actually from Lake Tulare in Kings Co., CA
Jackson COA
Era: Paleo period - 8,000 to 10,000 years old Stermer COA
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Item: Type: Beaver Lake Provenance: Price
BEPA8 A fairly long (for type) very thick and sturdy mottled off-white and light gray Ft. Payne Recovered from 375.00
chert Beaver Lake Knife form. It's well worked on both faces, with flaking patterns Russell Co., KY
traveling to a median ridge and having basal thinning flaking patterns on both faces. It has
a slight ancient nick to one ear and possibly to the tip as well. Quite a meaty piece
Era: Paleo period - 10,000 years old Jackson COA
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Item: Type: Paleo Knife Blade Provenance: Price
BEPA9 A fairly long mottled tan and gray chert Paleo Knife Blade which Recovered from Ohio (NFI) 350.00
is well worked on both faces with a flat spot to one edge as well
as to one corner of the base. The opposing basal corner appears
to have sustained a nick well after this was manufactured.
Era: Paleo period - 10,500 years old Jackson COA
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Item: Type: Paleo Ovoid Knife Provenance: Price
RPPA23 A very nice semi-translucent mousy gray chert Paleo Ovoid Knife blade which is Recovered from 225.00
well flaked on both faces in the old school Paleo way. It shows nice surface Sevier Co., AR
polish from eons of weathering in the open. Quite an attractive and scarce piece
Era: Transitional Paleo - 8,000 to 10,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Midland Provenance: Price
RPPA24 A very thin glossy tan chert Midland Dart Point which is thoroughly flaked on both faces by Recovered from 1200.00
a very advanced knapper. It has a slight nibble to the very tip and one edge displays slightly Gaines Co., TX
rough secondary pressure flaking near the tip from re-working the edge. (left side in photo
4) It has good basal grinding and thinning and is an exceptional example of this rare type. Ex: SamWeir
Era: Late Paleo - 10,000 to 11,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Midland Provenance: Price
RPPA25 A fairly large (for type) and thin tan chert Midland Dart Point which is thoroughly flaked on Recovered from 1500.00
both faces by an experienced knapper. It has solid basal grinding and displays good ancient Sevier Co., AR
weathering to it's surfaces. Quite an outstanding, better than most, problem-free artifact.
Era: Late Paleo - 10,000 to 11,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Agate Basin Knife Provenance: Price
RPPA26 A very long, slender and attractive glossy blue chert Agate Basin Knife Blade which is Recovered from the Canadian River 325.00
thoroughly flaked on both faces, basically to a median ridge by an experienced knapper. This below Eufaula Dam, OK
beauty shows traits of being anciently re-sharpened countless times and has light basal grinding.
A superior piece
Era: Transitional Paleo to Early Archaic period - 8,500 to 10,200 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Agate Basin Provenance: Price
RPPA27 A somewhat thick and sturdy mottled dark gray and black chert Agate Basin Dart Point which is Recovered from Hoyt Bottom 250.00
thoroughly flaked on both faces, although the HEAVY river polish has subdued the flaking patterns, below Eufaula Dam, OK
especially on side B. It has heavy duty basal grinding and the tip was rounded off from ancient usage,
even before it's extended bath and subsequent river polishing. An interesting and VERY old piece
Era: Transitional Paleo to Early Archaic period - 8,500 to 10,200 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Agate Basin Knife Provenance: Price
RPPA28 A fairly thick and sturdy glossy gray chert Agate Basin Knife/Dagger blade Recovered from the Canadian River 250.00
which is thoroughly flaked (and re-flaked from countless ancient re-sharpenings) below Eufaula Dam, OK
on both faces. It shows some river polish to it's surfaces, and is quite a
fascinating item with ancient usage wear to the tip and one edge at the tip.
Era: Transitional Paleo to Early Archaic period - 8,000 to 10,500 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Unfluted Folsom Provenance: Price
RPPA29 A very exceptional, very thin and well made light tan Edwards Plateau chert Unfluted Recovered from 1800.00
Folsom Dart Point which is thoroughly flaked on both faces by a very advanced Gaines Co., TX
knapper with nice, intricate secondary pressure flaking patterns to all of it's edges. It
has light basal grinding and 2 pressure flaked flutes from the base on each side. This Ex: Sam Weir
one is illustrated in Greg Perino's book "Selected Preforms, Points and Knives of the  
North American Indians" Vol. 3, page 83  
Era: Late Paleo - 10,000 to 11,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Plainview Dagger Provenance: Price
RPPA30 A somewhat thin and slender speckled light gray chert Plainview Knife blade / Recovered from 285.00
Dagger form which is well flaked on both faces, although in somewhat of a rustic SE Texas (NFI)
fashion. It has light basal grinding and a hafting stop on side A. (photo 4)
Era: Late Paleo - 9,500 to 11,250 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Type: Hell Gap Provenance: Price
ELPA12 A very exceptional, nicely formed mottled brown w/ agate sections petrified wood Hell Recovered from Northeast El Paso County, 750.00
Gap Dart Point which is well flaked on both faces by an experienced knapper. Side A's Calhan, Colorado (More details provided with
flaking patterns are to a median ridge, while side B is more "flat". It has good basal an SOP signed by the original finder)
grinding with an angled flat extending upward from the base on side B, to facilitate a good SOP - Statement of Provenance
pressure-fit binding to it's shaft. It's only flaw is a slight nick to one edge of the tip. Still a
most attractive, desirable piece in a pretty scarce material.
Era: Plains Paleo Period - 9,500 to 10,300 years old

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Item: Type: Clovis Culture Paleo Toolkit Partials Provenance: Price
ELPA13 A quite diversified Paleo Clovis Culture toolkit "partials" lot consisting of a very beefy Recovered from Walsh 275.00
mottled brown hartville uplift chert butchering blade base, which Bob Knowlton classified and Prowers County, Colorado
as a Clovis Preform, a BIG black chert Clovis Preform base having a light brown section
along it's basal edge and a VERY choice blue flint Clovis Base. Quite an impressive lot
The blue flint Clovis base comes with a Bob Knowlton COO (Certificate of Origin)
Era: Plains Paleo Period - 10,600 to 11,500 years old
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Item: Type: Angostura Provenance: Price
ELPA14 A nice, very ancient mottled green and brown sublette silicified sand Angostura Recovered from 400.00
Dart point which is well flaked on both faces in an essentially oblique transverse Fremont County, Wyoming
fashion, although the flaking patterns are somewhat subdued owing to the nature
of the host material as well as natural weathering. It has an ancient nick to the tip
as well as to each basal corner, but is still quite a collectible item.
Era: Transitional Paleo Period - 7,500 to 8,800 years old
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Item: Type: Cody Culture Knife Provenance: Price
ELPA15 An absolutely breath-taking, SUPER thin translucent, opalescent agate Cody Culture Knife Blade Recovered from 875.00
which has gorgeous parallel flaking patterns made by a master knapper. It has an extremely small Pueblo County, Colorado  
ancient nick to one side of the base which is probably attributable to usage wear more than anything.
Just a rare and outstanding item. It comes with a Jeb Taylor Evaluation form, but Jeb stated that
"although it has Cody flaking, he was reluctant to attribute a knife blade to a specific culture".
(Although *I* DID!) It certainly displays the meticulous craftsmanship which all but died with the
Paleo era.
Era: Plains Paleo Period - 10,600 to 11,500 years old
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Item: Type: Paleo Crescent Provenance: Price
DFPA7 A very nice blue-gray chert 1/4 moon Paleo Crescent which is thoroughly flaked Found in Prineville, Crook Co., 200.00
on both faces and totally intact, with the exception of very slight usage wear to Oregon during the 1920's 150.00
one end. A superior example of this oldest of the old artifact.
Era: Paleo Period - 10,500 to 11,000 years old
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Item: Type: Paleo Butterfly Crescent Provenance: Price
DFPA8 A somewhat rustic (from ancient use) dark blue-gray and brown chert Paleo Butterfly Found in Prineville, Crook Co., 110.00
Crescent which is thoroughly flaked on both faces. It has a more recent nick to one corner Oregon during the 1920's
(bottom corner in photo 6) and a substantial amount of usage wear, especially to it's top edge
(right side in photo 2) which only serve to add to this most ancient artifact's "character". Think
about it, this little stone tool was actually extensively used more than 10,000 years ago!
Era: Paleo Period - 10,500 to 11,000 years old
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Item: Type: Paleo "Bat Wing" Crescent Provenance: Price
DFPA9 A very wicked opaque black obsidian "bat wing" Paleo Crescent. (OK, I know, most references Found in Prineville, Crook Co., 250.00
classify this one as a "butterfly form", but it's form is more wicked than that, and more closely Oregon during the 1920's
resembles bat wings, who knows, they may just create a new Bat Wing Crescent "type" in the
future. Both faces are thoroughly flaked in the Paleo way and it also has paleo grinding in the
center of both opposing edges. Quite an exceptional piece, actually, having a highly unusual form.
Era: Paleo Period - 10,500 to 11,000 years old
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Item: Type: Alberta Provenance: Price
DFPA10 A VERY meaty opaque black obsidian Alberta Knife form which is thoroughly flaked Found in Prineville, Crook Co., 250.00
on both faces by a very experienced knapper. It's a beauty, but sadly the bottom of the Oregon during the 1920's 225.00
base was sheared off in ancient times. Still a great example of this somewhat rare type
Era: Early Archaic Period - 8,500 to 10,000 years old Stermer COA
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Item: Type: Agate Basin Provenance: Price
TDIPA653 A very sturdy off-white and light blue chert Agate Basin Dart/Knife Blade which is This one was "reported" as being found in Lake County, Oregon, SOLD
well flaked in the old Paleo style on both faces. It has good basal grinding as well as which I think is impossible because we have a LOT of experience  
good mineralization and mineralization staining. With the exception of a slight very with this point type, and the material it's made from originates in 6/5
ancient nick to it's tip, it's "all there" as it was anciently made and used. A very Henry County, Iowa
dangerous weapon used during the times of the BIG Game animals. Ex: Estergreen
Era: Transitional Paleo to Early Archaic Period - 8,500 to 10,200 years old Stermer COA
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Item: Type: Parman Knife Blade Provenance: Price
TDIBB78 A very sturdy and rare mahogany, red and black obsidian Parman Knife Blade which is well Recovered from 2,700.00
flaked on both faces by an accomplished knapper. It has a single ancient dig to one side of the Lake County, OR 1,950.00
blade which appears to have been caused by an overly aggressive attempt to resharpen the (details to buyer)
blade's edge. The very tip has an irregular form also caused from ancient resharpening. Quite an
unusual and scarce item made from a rarer color combination of obsidian. Stermer COA
Era: Paleo to Early Archaic Period - 8,100 to 12,140 years old Bennett COO dlbb
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Item: Type: Humboldt Triangular Provenance: Price
TDIFW69 A very thin fully translucent (and my "test" in order to assign ANY artifact "FULL translucence" is if Offered for sale by the original finder who 750.00
you can set the artifact on a newspaper and actually read the newspaper under the artifact... we're recovered this beauty from the Warner 495.00
strict with our terminology, in order to not mis-lead our valued customers, and certain "key" phrases Valley area in Lake County, Oregon
are very sparingly used!) opalescent obsidian Humboldt Triangular dart point showing just the slightest
hint of subdued diagonal banding. It is THOROUGLY and VERY INTRICATELY flaked on both
faces by a (near?) master knapper. Actually, the flaking patterns are to die for. Under microscopic
examination, this one is PERFECT!!! and it has good and full basal grinding not only to the edges of
the hafted base but to the bottom edge as well. (This is a strong testimony which places this beauty
into the Paleo/Archaic transitional period; not surprisingly so, because in my own personal opinion,
almost all Paleo and early Archaic period artifacts displayed superior craftsmanship as well as superior
host stone material.) This one qualifies for listing on our Gem Points page as well. I'm not going to
insult the HIGH quality of this beauty by simply calling it a "choice piece"... it's better than that.  
Era: Developmental to Classic Phase - 600 to 1600 years old Stermer COA dlgp - dlfw
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Item: Type: Milnesand Provenance: Price
ASPA32 A nice blue-gray chert Milnesand which is well flaked on both faces although the Found on private land in 300.00
flaking patterns are shallow and somewhat subdued. It has slight right hand Cherry County, Nebraska
beveling on both faces and what appears to be more recent nicks to one edge at near the Snake River
the mid-line. (center, left side in photo 3)
Era: Paleo Period - 9,500 to 11,000 years old
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Item: Type: Angostura Provenance: Price
ASPA33 A very nice, well made and quite thin, glossy (river polished) diagonally banded Found on private land in 750.00
purple chert Angostura. Flaking patterns are very thorough and well executed on Cherry County, Nebraska
both faces. A superior artifact having nice basal grinding near the Snake River
Era: Paleo Period - 7,500 to 8,800 years old
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Item: Type: Agate Basin Provenance: Price
ASPA35 A most interesting tan-orange Hixton Quartz Agate Basin dart point/knife blade. Found on private land in 185.00
It's thoroughly flaked on both faces, although the flaking patterns are a bit Cherry County, Nebraska
subdued, owing to the nature of the host material. A nice specimen from a near the Snake River
somewhat rare material
Era: Paleo Period - 8,500 to 10,200 years old
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Item: Type: Pryor Stemmed Provenance: Price
ASPA36 A very attractive and unusual mottled red and honey colored agate Pryor Stemmed Found on private land in 95.00
dart point which was made on a flake and retains slight curvature from the original Cherry County, Nebraska
flake's form. Side A is thoroughly flaked by an experienced knapper, while side B is near the Snake River
minimally flaked, mostly around the edges.
Era: Paleo Period - 7,500 to 8,500 years old

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Item: Type: Golondrina Provenance: Price
LSPA116 An interesting light tan chert Paleo Golondrina Dart point having unimpressive Recovered from SOLD
  flaking patterns, mostly in a random fashion. Judging from the randomness of Pecos Valley, NM  
  the surface flaking and the edge wear, this one probably doubled as a knife/saw   6/5
  blade. The tip was anciently nicked off and it has light basal grinding.    
  Era: Transitional Paleo - 7,000 to 9,000 years old    
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Item: Type: Plainview Provenance: Price
LSPA117 A nice and interesting blue-gray flint Plainview Dart point which is Recovered in Kentucky 75.00
  well flaked on both faces and has a couple of ancient edge nicks.    
  Era: Late Paleo period - 7,000 to 10,000 years old    
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Item: Type: Folsom Provenance: Price
LSPA118 A very thin light brown Edwards Plateau chert Folsom, made on a flake and retaining Recovered from 495.00
  90% of the original flake's surface on side B. Side A has a "true" pressure flaked flute Otero Co., NM 395.00
  which appears to have been made from multiple attempts. The tip is a little bit ragged.    
  One edge has nice minute secondary pressure flaking indicative of Folsom points, while    
  the other edge sustained ancient damage leaving a concave area for a distance of 25%    
  of the edge. Still not a bad example of a very rare point, and priced accordingly.    
  Era: Paleo - 10,000 to 11,000  years old    
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Item: Type: Paleo Preform Provenance: Price
LSPA119 A speckled pink chert Paleo (Most likely a Folsom) Preform Recovered from 95.00
  having only rough initial stage flaking patterns. Fairly thin. El Paso Co., TX 50.00
    (Offered by the original finder)  
  Era: Paleo - 8,000 to 10,000 years old Stermer COA  
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Item: Type: Paleo Preform Provenance: Price
LSPA120 A yellow-tan and red chert Paleo Preform which probably doubled as a Recovered from SOLD
  knife blade during it's transition. Flaking patterns are first stage, and it has a western Texas  
  single shallow flute which might have acted as a hafting stop in the interim.   6/5
  Era: Paleo - 8,000 to 10,000 years old Stermer COA  
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Item: Type: Agate Basin "or" Plainview (Restored Base) Provenance: Price
LSPA122 A good, medium-sized blue-black chert Paleo point, Stermer Recovered from 50.00
  calls this one Agate Basin "or" Plainview. It has substantial Otero, Co., NM  
  basal restoration Flaking is quite crude with many layered    
  ledges, almost as one would see with a layered shale material.    
  Era: Paleo - 8,000 to 10,000 years old Stermer COA  
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Item: Type: Lovell Dart Point Provenance: Price
DFPA5 A very meaty, white quartzite Mountain Paleo Lovell dart point. Recovered from North 100.00
  The craftsmanship is a bit on the crude side, but the host material   Dakota during the 75.00
  is most difficult to work with, and this one definitely has the "mass" 1960's  
  to get the job done! An interesting and scarce Paleo point dating    
  back between 7,800 and 8,400 years old.    
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Item: Type: Plainview Provenance: Price
CHPA2 An exceptional, small-sized greenish-brown chert Offered by the original 350.00
  pressure-fluted dart point having nice paleo basal finder(s) who recovered  
  grinding this one from their own  
    property in Polk Co., TX  
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Item: Type: Midland Provenance: Price
CHPA3 A highly attractive light tan flint dart point having nice Offered by the original 850.00
  paleo basal grinding and good, superior flaking patterns finder(s) who recovered  
    this one from their own  
    property in Polk Co., TX  
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Item: Type: Midland Provenance: Price
RPPA20 A very attractive ULTRA-THIN, medium gray quartzite Recovered from 950.00
  Midland having perfect symmetry and good flaking patterns Marshall Co., OK 800.00
  regardless of the fact that quartzite doesn't really "flake" very     
  well at all. Obviously made by an extremely advanced knapper,    
  it has a small white professionally repaired section at the center line    
  on one edge. It also has light basal paleo grinding and is just an    
  exceptional piece.    
  Period/Age: Paleo - 10,000-11,000 B.P. Ex: Greg Perino  
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Item: Type: Agate Basin Provenance: Price
RPPA21 A mottled tan, very light gray and white Burlington chert Agate Recovered from 300.00
  Basin blade showing good flaking patterns to a median ridge Cook Co., IL 250.00
  and having slight usage wear to the tip. It also has good Paleo    
  basal grinding. Ex: Greg Perino  

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