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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

Item: Type: Dalton Provenance: Price
TWBPA3 A fairly thick white, tan and light gray burlington chert Dalton Knife form,  Recovered from 175.00
  thoroughly flaked on both faces with a few steps on side B left from abrupt Albion, Nebraska  
  flake terminations during the secondary pressure flaking process. The    
  cutting edges are somewhat ragged, probably by design and from use Rogers COA  

Item: Type: Clovis Provenance: Price
TWBPA4 A most interesting and sturdy medium-brown chert Clovis Dart point which is well worked Recovered from the 1,800.00
  on both faces. It has remnants of the tip of a single flute on side A, about 3/8" long. This Tennessee River  
  mammoth killer had it's base snapped in ancient times and the base was re-worked to put     
  this monster back into action. It shows some tannic river stain to both faces, which only add    
  to it's mystique. A well made and obviously well used, most ancient weapon. Rogers COA  

Item: Type: Clovis Provenance: Price
TWBPA5 A medium-sized light gray and tan Fort Payne hornstone chert Clovis having a very classic  Recovered from 1,600.00
  form. It has a short flute to the base of side B and 2 flutes on side A which appear to have Warren Co., TN  
  been made through indirect percussion and which end in a nice hafting stop. It has good    
  basal grinding which follows the edges upto the hafting stop line. It's thoroughly flaked on Motley COA  
  both faces and shows slight ancient nicking to the very tips of the auricles as well as to the Rogers COA  
  tip itself. (photos 7-10) Quite an attractive piece which comes with TRIPLE COA's! Davis COA (G8)  

Item: Type: Clovis Provenance: Price
TWBPA6 A somewhat thin, for size, very long off-white, tan and light blue-gray Wayne Recovered from 1,500.00
  County chert Clovis Knife form. It's thoroughly flaked on both faces with cutting Madison Co., KY  
  edges which have been anciently "roughed up" to facilitate cutting action. It has a    
  single flute to side B which runs for 1-3/8", ending in an angled hafting stop. Davis COA (G6)  

Item: Type: Clovis Provenance: Price
TWBPA7 A very slender (for type) cream colored burlington chert Clovis Dart point Recovered from 1,200.00
  (Barnes variety) which is very well flaked on both faces and has a single, well St. Louis Co., MO  
  centered flute on side A with 2 somewhat irregular flutes on side B. It has    
  good, weathered basal grinding and one auricle shows more recent damage,    
  but other than this, the piece is "all there" as it was anciently made and used. Jackson COA  
  Overall quite an attractive and most ancient, double-papered piece. Perino COA  

Item: Type: Folsom Provenance: Price
TWBPA8 A very small ultra, almost paper-thin, anciently worked-down red jasper Folsom  Recovered from 1,950.00
  Dart point. Despite being anciently worked-down almost to the point of exhaustion it Luna Co., NM  
  retains well defined flutes to both faces with good secondary pressure flaking to all    
  edges as well as on both sides of the base. Both auricles have what appears to be Partain COA  
  ancient lateral shearing. A most interesting, delicate artifact which is double-papered. Davis COA (G9!)  

Item: Type: Clovis Provenance: Price
TWBPA9 A very worked-down, stubby light gray and off-white diagonally banded chalcedony Only recorded as 650.00
  Clovis Knife form which must have been a real beauty in it's original form. It has  being found in  
  multiple flutes on side B and retains the remnants of a single flute in the center of side Southern Nebraska  
  A. It shows good basal grinding and it's tip was anciently worked down to an    
  asymmetrical form suitable for use more as a cutting instrument than a dart point. Jackson COA  

Item: Type: Milnesand Provenance: Price
TWBPA10 A purplish-red and very light gray circular banded "layered" sedimentary Recovered from Texas 875.00
  chert Milnesand Dart point. This one is fairly thick, giving it good mass for    
  dart point usage and it's very well flaked on both faces with a shallow    
  horizontal hafting stop just above the base on side B. (photos 4 & 6) Quite    
  a nice, sturdy and unusual piece which shows no damage, ancient or recent. Rogers COA  

Item: Type: Agate Basin Provenance: Price
TWBPA11 A very pleasant looking tan Edwards Plateau chert Agate Basin Blade Only recorded as being found in the 250.00
  form which maintains good symmetry despite multiple ancient re- Western Plains, although the material   
  sharpenings. It's well flaked on both faces by an upper-intermediate it's made from is very indicative of the  
  knapper, with multiple, slight hinge flake remnants on both faces. Wilson County sand pit site in Texas  

Item: Type: Clovis Provenance: Price
TWBPA12 A most attractive, very light bluish-gray matte chert Clovis Dart point having good and Only documented as 950.00
  thorough flaking patterns to both faces made by an advanced knapper. It has good basal being a "Midwest type"  
  grinding and very good symmetry, making it a superior example of this most ancient type.     
  The Jackson COA mentions a few pencil lead-like metal markings, mostly on side B near    
  the base as being consistent with rubbing on change in a person's pocket, not caused by    
  modern alteration. (right side in photo 6) A superior example of this most ancient weapon. Jackson COA  

Item: Type: Scottsbluff Provenance: Price
TWBPA15 A good-sized (for type) mottled light blue-gray and dark gray chert Scottsbluff Only documented 350.00
  Knife form which is well formed and thoroughly flaked on both faces by an as being found in  
  experienced knapper. It's asymmetrical form was caused by ancient re- South Dakota  
  sharpenings which favored a single edge. A good attractive Plains Paleo piece Rogers COA  

Item: Type: Lanceolate dart Provenance: Price
TWBPA17 A nice, medium-sized, well made semi-translucent chalcedony Lanceolate dart  Recovered on the 250.00
  point which is thoroughly flaked on both faces by an experienced knapper. The Loup River in Central  
  form, especially along the base is quite asymmetrical, but the basal grinding Nebraska  
  along this edge indicates that this is as it was made and used in ancient times. Taylor COA  

Item: Type: Folsom Provenance: Price
TWBPA18 An ultra-thin and very colorful mottled red and purple jasper/flint Folsom dart Recovered from Billings, 1,800.00
  point made on a flake. It's well flaked on side A, while side B retains a mostly flat Yellowstone Co., Montana  
  surface from the original flake's surface with intricate pressure flaking patterns    
  around both edges. It sustained a slight impact fracture to the tip in ancient times, Taylor COA  
  but is still quite an attractive, colorful piece with an extensive history of ownership. Jackson COA  

Item: Type: Clovis Provenance: Price
ELPA11 A HIGHLY attractive caramel colored translucent agate Clovis Dart point in exceptional  Recovered from 675.00
  condition. Flaking patterns are thorough on both faces, although slightly in a random pattern Kane Co., UT  
  owing to ancient resharpenings of this jewel. It has slight, pleasant sun-bleached patina,    
  quite similar to the sun bleaching seen with many artifacts made from knife river flint. The    
  base of side A shows basal thinning with a hafting stop higher up in the center which is     
  probably the remnants of an original flute. Side B has a single, shallow and short flute to the    
  center. It has good basal grinding and is just a fine example of this most ancient type. Jackson COA  

Item: Type: Plainview Provenance: Price
TWBPA24 A very colorful dull off-white, gray and red chalcedony Plainview dart point which has Recovered from 85.00
  seen better days. It has a couple of ancient usage nicks to opposing blade edges, an Texas  
  ancient nick to one auricle and an impact fracture to the tip. The auricle tip was most    
  likely lost as a result of the impact fracture.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RPPA18 An extremely thin (for size) extremely well made, choice yellow-tan  Found by Greg Perino 1600.00
  chert Holland Knife form having very detailed and very thorough flaking in Pike Co., IL 1400.00
  patterns on both faces. It has excellent basal grinding and is a problem-    
  free artifact as fresh as the day it was made. Just a very choice piece. Ex: Greg Perino  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RPPA19 A very large (for type), thin and very attractive cream and beige Recovered from 1800.00
  colored chert Paleo Quad dart point/knife form. It's thoroughly flaked Tennessee 1500.00
  on both faces in mostly a random pattern and shows good basal    
  grinding. It has a single professionally repaired nick to one edge,    
  measuring 11/16" long by 1/4" wide (marked in red on the photos    
  above) but is otherwise "all there" as it was anciently made and used.    
  An outstanding and quite large example of this most scarce Paleo type. Ex: Greg Perino  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RPPA16 A very nice, large, broad and sturdy off-white burlington chert  Recovered from 850.00
  Agate Basin Blade having thorough and exquisite flaking patterns Iowa 750.00
  to both faces. Flaking patterns on side A are transverse to a    
  median line, while the patterns on side B are more of a random    
  fashion. This is a superior example of this most ancient type     
  dating between 8,500 to 10,200 years old. Additionally it shows    
  sparse white alkali deposits and has excellent basal grinding. Ex: Greg Perino  
Item: Type: Jeff Provenance: Price
LSPA99 A nice medium sized off-white flint Jeff Dart point fairly well flaked on both faces Recovered from SOLD
although not in any particularly impressive pattern by an almost intermediate knapper Arkansas 6/5
Era: Paleo period - 8,000 to 10,000 years old
Item: Type: Pelican Provenance: Price
LSPA101 A fairly colorful light brown and red jasper Pelican Dart point which has Recovered from SOLD
pressure flutes on both faces with secondary pressure flaking patterns, mostly to Green Co., AR 7/22
side A. It shows ancient re-sharpening especially to one edge at the tip of side B
Era: Paleo period - 6,000 to 10,000 years old

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
PA1132 A very meaty, brute of a Paleo Agate Basin Knife blade. It's made from Recovered from 600.00
  beautiful sky-blue and white chert, and is thoroughly flaked on both faces, Henry Co., Iowa 350.00
  mostly by percussion flaking by a very well-seasoned knapper. It has very    
  detailed secondary pressure flaking around it's cutting edges with only 1     
  usage wear mark near it's tip on one edge. (left side in photo 3) It has heavy    
  mineral deposits to one corner of the basal area and is just a choice piece!    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
PA1133 A very choice, fairly thin white Burlington chert Agate Basin Recovered from 125.00
  blade which is very well flaked on both faces and problem-free. Boone Co., MO  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
PA1131 A fairly large (for type) VERY thin and attractive snow-white Recovered from SOLD
  Burlington chert Paleo Clovis Dart/Knife blade. How this most Calhoun Co., IL  
  delicate ancient beauty survived the ages intact, I haven't a clue.   6/9
  It has very thorough flaking patterns on both faces and 2 very    
  long flutes, one on each side. It has a single wear-chip near the    
  tip on one edge (left side in photo 3) and a slight ancient nibble    
  to the tip of one auricle (left auricle in photo 3) but is otherwise    
  in pristine condition for such an aged piece. Rogers COA  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCPA10 A fairly large and EXTREMELY RARE black obsidian Cougar Humboldt Co., NV 5,000.00
  Mountain point. It's a nice sturdy piece having thorough flaking    4,000.00
  patterns to both faces and is heavily desert polished from thousands   Substantially Reduced!
  of years of exposure to the elements. It has full stem Paleo grinding    
  and is "all there" as it was anciently used. A very rare offering!    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
CHPA1 A fairly thin, yummy light tan and off-white chert Midland Dart point Offered by the original 450.00
  which is very well flaked on side A with slight flat sections on side B finder(s) who recovered  
  near the tip. (right side of Photo 4) It has a very ancient nick to one  this one from their own  
  corner of the base and it displays good, light Paleo basal grinding. Side property in Polk Co., TX  
  B has a section of very heavy mineral encrustation, which acts as a    
  testimony to this one's great antiquity. Overall a great Paleo dart point.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
MCPA2 A well made mottled sky blue and light gray Fort Payne chert Clovis Dart Recovered near 900.00
  point which is still a gorgeous piece, despite the ancient tip damage. The  Huntsville, AL Reduced!
  tip has a diagonal "cut" which was "possibly" caused by an impact fracture,   550.00
  although the tip damage looks more like it was chipped in ancient times     
  and then re-worked with pressure flaking to one face, possibly to be used    
  as a slitting knife tool, before it was anciently repaired. (which it never    
  was, Perino's COA shows the ancient pressure flaking to this    
  broken/refurbished area.) It's very well flaked on both faces and has an    
  excellent fair-sized flute to each face. It has great basal grinding and is still     
  a great looking most ancient piece with no flaws other than the tip section,    
  which might not be flawed at all, from the ancient's standpoint, having been Breckinridge COA  
  reworked for use. Perino COA  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RHPA57 A nice and meaty medium-tan flint Paleo Midland Dart point / knife form  Recovered in 500.00
  which is thoroughly flaked in the Paleo style of horizontal percussion to a SE Missouri  
  median ridge on both faces. It has a small section which was anciently    
  damaged along one cutting edge, and I won't insult your intelligence by    
  trying to pass this off as a "spoke shave" as others do, this damaged area    
  although not recent, appears to have happened in an age slightly more    
  recent than the artifact's original creation. It has a small very ancient nick    
  to the tip of one corner of the base and it has nice basal thinning and good    
  basal grinding. Just an overall attractive Paleo piece with "character".    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RHPA58 A fairly thin mottled blue flint Folsom Dart point which shows traits of   Recovered near 500.00
  multiple ancient re-sharpenings by pressure flaking to the edges which Ft. Smith, AR  
  have crossed over the fluting ridgelines, causing the fluting areas to be    
  somewhat less defined. It lost one auricle in ancient times, but is    
  otherwise intact, as it was used long ago and is still a very rare item. Rogers COA  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RHPA59 A very nice, fairly small (for type) semi-translucent chalcedony Midland Dart  Provenance was 500.00
  point showing flaking patterns to a median ridge on side A, while side B is flatter undocumented but this  
  in cross-section with horizontal flaking patterns. It does have micro-edgework, was judged to be a   
  as is typical for Midland points, although the micro-edgework is somewhat  Texas/New Mexico type  
  subdued, owing to the nature of the host stone. It has good paleo basal grinding by Jackson  
  which travels up each edge past the horizontal centerline and the very tip of one    
  auricle was anciently lost. Still a good looking and rare Paleo piece. Jackson COA  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RHPA60 A nice, broad creamy white with blue-gray spots chert Clovis Dart point  Recovered in 200.00
  showing a single short percussion flute on side A and two longer, but shallow Decator Co., GA  
  percussion flutes on side B. I can't begin to guess the original host stone    
  material nor color, although I suspect that it was quite a bit darker than what    
  is now apparent, and I personally think that the entire outer white surface is    
  the result of thousands of years of patina build-up. It has light basal grinding    
  and lost one auricle in ancient times. The flaking patterns aren't anything to    
  write home about, although they were evidently enough to get the job done,    
  and are definitely Paleo by trait. Overall, not a bad Paleo piece.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RHPA61 A fairly small semi-translucent honey colored agate Midland Dart Provenance undocumented other than most 300.00
  point. The entire surface appears to have been heavily desert likely from the San Luis Valley area in  
  polished which, in addition to the nature of the host stone, subdued Texas deduced from finder's hunting areas  
  the flaking patterns to a fair degree. It has good basal grinding with    
  a somewhat irregular concave base and the auricles appear to be    
  intact as anciently made and used. An attractive little dart point. Bob Knowlton Paper  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RHPA62 A very nice, fairly thin chocolate brown jasper Paleo Midland Dart Recovered in Texas 950.00
  point which has excellent Paleo horizontal transverse percussion    
  flaking on both faces. It has good and typical Midland paleo grinding    
  which travels up both edges about 2/3rds of the way from the base.    
  The base is well formed with basal thinning pressure flaking on both    
  faces. The only negative trait this most ancient piece has is the ancient    
  damage to the tip, which is not all that bad. (photos 6 & 8) Rogers COA  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RPPA1 A super paper-thin semi-translucent honey colored agate Belen Recovered in Curry Co., NM 1600.00
  (Midland variant) Dart point. The host material looks every bit like   11/16 ON-HOLD ts
  Knife River Flint, even down to the bluish-hued patina. It has gorgeous    
  horizontal transverse flaking patterns with very minute pressure flaking    
  and good Paleo basal grinding. It has a very ancient "clip" from one    
  edge, just above the hafting area which I just can't figure out, as it    
  appears to have been pressure flaked and possibly intentional, as the    
  frosty bluish-white patina forms a thin line all around the outer edges of    
  this piece, and the patina line isn't broken across this section.... OK,    
  Some kind soul email'd me and jogged my memory banks by letting    
  me know that this section was most likely used as a shaft-scraper...    
  Duh!... I *knew dat* (at one time)...    
  Truly a gorgeous piece created by a true Master knapper. Ex: Greg Perino Collection  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RPPA4 A very attractive mottled light gray dover (?) Found in Missouri (NFI) 2000.00
  chert Midland Dart point (classified as Midland   1800.00
  by Greg Perino) which is well worked on both    
  faces with good Paleo grinding. Essentially a    
  problem-free example of this ancient type. Ex: Greg Perino Collection  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RPPA6 A very thin and slender "fish-tailed" (er, one at least) mottled Recovered in Paris, 425.00
  brown chert Midland Dart point, well flaked on both faces Lamar Co., TX 375.00
  with good paleo basal grinding. Obviously it's missing one    
  entire ear from the base which was anciently lost. Ex: Greg Perino Collection  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RPPA7 A very good-sized creamy white burington chert Recovered near Sedalia, MO 2000.00
  Paleo Stanfield Knife form which is very sturdy   1800.00
  and well flaked on both faces. With the    
  exception of a small single-flake recent nick to    
  one edge just above the base (left side in photo    
  6) this one's as perfect as the day it was made. Ex: Greg Perino Collection  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RPPA8 A gorgeous mottled gray and tan bull's eye cobden chert Recovered in Illinois 2200.00
  Clovis Knife form, thoroughly flaked on both faces with   1900.00
  a single short flute on the base of side A. Side B shows    
  basal thinning. One ear of the base was anciently    
  sheared off, but other than that it's pretty much "all     
  there" as it was anciently used. Quite an attractive piece! Ex: Greg Perino Collection  

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