Outside of this flat section on side B, the edges and basal areas are thoroughly flaked.
I haven't from my experience this one is most likely from Ohio seen very many mobil slots som mfortune of these offered throughout the many years gambling spill gratis 99 I've been selling ancient artifacts, so I have to say that this one is at least a scarce item.
3,500 years old Ex: John Montavan End of Axes Hard Stone Tools page 1 Count.
Era: Millingstone Phase - 3,500 years old.(I've never seen anything even remotely similar).(left side in photo 2, right side in photo 4) Still a near perfect example of this highly desirable type, and in a most rare material.The base was anciently damaged French Glen, Oregon and it has a nick to the tip.County, Oregon within 10 miles of the well documented 7/4 the tip and one basal tang was anciently lost.(See the flint tools page for "flaked" tools, such as drills, scrapers, knife blades, etc.Item: Type: Flat Bottom Stone Mortar, provenance: Price, gBTO10, a very rare flat-rimmed, flat-bottomed online spilleautomater skipsfart ekte penger sandstone Mortar which was attributed.The bottom edge of the basal stem.Found by the seller near the city of Paisley in Lake.Quite a collector's item Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Turtle Effigy Pestle Provenance: Price dato42 A very long Turtle Effigy Pestle which measures Recovered from The Dalles, Oregon 1,550.00 a whopping 14-1/4" long Ex-Ray Fraser 1,250.00 Click.
Granted, this one is crude, but it's a great study of the manufacturing stages necessary to create this type of ancient artifact Era: Developmental Phase - 700 to 1,600 years old Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Atlatl Weight.
Era: Developmental to Classic Phase - 400 to 1,500 years old Ex: Gene Favell Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Eastgate Provenance: Price FW72 A very nice and very thin opaque black obsidian Eastgate Arrowhead which is Recovered from.
As it is, I'm confident that it would score at least.5, just a superior and very collectible artifact Era: Archaic Period - 3,000 to 9,000 years old Original Collection Display and Information: rcca1 Details Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged.
Side A is thoroughly and intricately flaked by a near-Master knapper, found in Modoc County, California while side B retains a 25 flat section just above the hafting line and left over from the original flake's flat surface.
CCO-138, in Contra Costa County, California It has slightly serrated edgework and is "all there" as it was anciently made and used and is quite an exceptional example for this type.
Era: Early to Middle Archaic Period - 5,000 to 7,000 years old.Deodorant stick.5.Sadly it has a couple of nicks to the bottom edge of it's base, in the center of the basal edge.Mortar Pestle sets are becoming more difficult to obtain.The very tips of its auricles are slightly asymmetrical, but it appears to be "all there" as it was anciently made and used.If it weren't for this minor minor flaw, I would give this one a G10 grade.It has a couple of slight ledges Churchill., NV on side B along the right edge at the horizontal centerline and the tip to one corner of the base was nicked off in ancient times.Axes Hard Stone Tools Page.Still a good example of a most ancient tool and priced accordingly Era: Early Archaic Period - 4,000 to 8,000 years old End of Far West Page 2 Count.This nice little collection consists in the northern Santa Clara Valley, California by Phil Roehr of a bone handle partial with incised geometric patterns, 3 archaic obsidian dart points, 3 slightly damaged polished steatite ear spools, 3 bone awl tips, 1 damaged bone saw,.And excavated Paisley 5-mile cave complex Era: Early Archaic Period - 4,000 to 8,000 years old Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Cascade Knife Blade Provenance: Price tpfw417 A fairly crude obsidian Cascade Knife Blade created by a novice.Measuring 13" x 2-1/2" this Recovered from the Upper 750.00 material is believed to have come down during the great Missoula floods.Side A shows very crude flaking patterns by a very novice knapper with in Malheur., Oregon.00 multiple "ledges" while side B is essentially "un-worked showing only slight secondary pressure flaking patterns to one edge.