5-3/8" Banded Slate Expanded Center Gorget, found in Darke Co. OH. Ex- Frank Adell collection. A great piece of slate to learn whats good to see on authentic slate. Great patina and deposits. Many of this type of gorget were never meant to be drilled and I feel that is the case with this piece. $375


3-3/4" Tan and Green Adena. Found in Butler Co. OH. by Walter Reasch. I'm not really sure what the material is, could be flint ridge or possibly Kaolin, It is however translucent and high quality. There is some clear shoe polish on the piece which comes off easy ( I can remove it for the next owner if necessary) I had several pieces with shoe polish on them in this collection, I guess the finder liked how it made them shiny.  $65


3-5/8" Upper Mercer Adena, Found in Knox Co. OH. Ex - Dr. Stanley Copeland. Bears the writing of the good doctor on a wonderfully made Adena. $80

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3-1/2" Flint Ridge Blade. Found in Summit Co. OH. Ex- Mitch Lewis. This is about as nice of a blade as I have seen in a long time, Good size, Great material and thin as a potato chip.  My guess is this is a Hopewell piece. $285


Agate Midland and Blade combo. The midland measures 1-3/16" and the blade is 3-7/8". They were found within inches of each other on private land by Tony Wagner in  Laguna NM. in 2007. I got these from the finder, he had the midland papered by Davis (grade 9) because he wanted to know the type. Also found with these and I'll include it with the group was a section of a milnsand point (not pictured). An excellent opportunity to get some great folsom related tools. $600 for the three pieces.  


2-3/8" Carter Cave Lost Lake, Found in Mason Co. KY. by Jeff Huber. A very nice example with only a minor ding, I don't see many lost lakes made of carter material. $140


4-1/2" Burlington Uniface Cobbs Knife. Found in Tazwell Co. ILL. Ex- Phillips. This piece is very large and well made, it has a great feeling in hand and actually feels larger than it is. I've never seen a cobbs that was uniface. Neat piece! $65


6-7/8" Burlington Hardin or Hopewell, Found in Pike Co. ILL. Ex- T. Scott Collection. I'm not sure if it's a Hardin or Hopewell, has the general shape of a hardin but it lacking basal grinding which makes me think it could be a Hopewell. Either way it is HUGE and NICE! $900


3-1/2" Green Stone Lamoka Faceted Adze. Found in Summit Co. OH. near the town of Stow. Ex- Hamilton. Lamoka faceted adzes are among the rarest of all stone tools and every one of them I have ever seen is made of the same material. It's hard to see the facets in the pics but they are there in the second pic. $50

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6-1/8" Whitish/tan colored Slate Bi-pointed Gorget, Found in Harpersfield Ohio by M. Pelcarsky in 1967. An odd color of slate for sure and a huge piece in hand. lightly engraved on one side.  Pictured in my collection in Collectors of Historic and Prehistoric Art by Ballanger Pg. 229. carries my catalog number of SMY0258. $450