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4-1/16" Blue/Gray Flint Ridge Un-Fractured base Decatur. Found in Fayette Co. Oh. Ex- Strunk. About as rare as hens teeth, You virtually never see Decatur's without a fractured base and this one is off the charts for size. The piece has a few minor old dings but it displays very nicely and is an absolute no brainer. $750

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3-1/2" Pipestone Semi- Keeled Gorget, Found in Ross Co. OH. Ex- Walters Collection, Ex- Vandever. Partially drilled and no brainer authentic, would have been a very expensive piece if drilled through. A super rare artifact made of great material. Comes with a Davis COA. $450

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4-1/4" Carter Cave Ultra Thin Blade, Found in Mason Co. KY. by Jeff Huber. I'm not sure what to call this piece but it's made well and is thin, maybe a cobbs or some type of Ft. Ancient blade. Either way it's nice. $175

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3-1/4" Logan Co. Chert Thebes, Found in Wyandot Co. OH. mear Wharton by William Secrist on 8-21-1864. Great history on this well made thebes. It's resided in my personal collection for a few years and carries my catalog number of 0354. $350

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3-3/4" Carter Cave Indented base Dovetail, Ex- Joe Macik Collection Catalog number JM F-98, Ex- Roberts Collection. I feel fairly confident in the form and previous collector history to say this piece is from Ohio and most likely Southern Ohio. Pictured in Macik sale catalog page 18 Lot #156. Macik catalog says " got from Dudley Brevard of Yellow Springs, Ohio in 1973 paid $165.00", Macik calls the material Flint Ridge but I'm very confident it's carter cave.  A great piece of flint from a fabulous Ohio collection. $450  

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String of Shell and bone beads from the Famous Spiro Mound in LeFlore Co. OK. I rarely ever get this in. These are nicer than most because there are some larger cut shell beads in the middle which are around 3/4" in diameter. $275

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5-5/16" Slate Spine Back Gorget, found in Hardin Co. OH. Ex- David Currie Collection. Currie's collection is pictured in Who's Who #2 which I'm guessing this piece came into his collection after that book was published. Exceptionally large specimen, that has a very unusual spine on the back, almost looks like a shark fin. It has a trait that I like very much as well, it shows evidence of cross lashing in the top right pic and the holes also are worn in the direction of the lashing marks.Extremely nice piece! Comes with a Bennett COA. $950 SOLD

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4-3/8" Sonora Dovetail found in Kenton Co. KY. Ex- Thornton Collection. Beautiful patina and color in this dove with great size as well. $650


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5-3/4" Mill Creek polished flint Adze. Found in St. Clair Co. ILL. Ex- Frey. I'm guessing this piece is from Cahokia since it is written on the piece. Nice polish and extremely well made. A super rare piece. $ 260

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Mississippian pottery elbow pipe, Found by Larry Wiseman in Hardin Co. TN. near the Tennessee River. Very well made and highly decorated. It has on one side a  motif of a feather or tree and the other side has a turtle. There are stipples all the way around the rim as well. Yes, it is broken and glued and has a slight ding on the rim, but it's still a killer piece and many of them that I have seen are broken in the same place. $280