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6.10

2-1/2" Four Mile Creek Serrated Stemmed Kirk, Found in Butler Co. OH. Medium size example of the type with great serrations that are still sharp. $55

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6.9

Group of 8 Sandstone and limestone Ft. Ancient Discoidals. All from S.W. Ohio. Most of them are close to 2" in diameter. A nice little grouping that makes a great stacking display. $80 for all.

6.1

3-3/8" Hornstone Adena, Found in Christian Co. KY. Ex- Dr. Stan Copeland. Nice adena made from high grade hornstone and from a great old time collection. $45


6.8

3-9/16" Upper Mercer crossed with Pipe Creek Ft. Ancient blade. Found in Wayne Co. OH. Ex- Snider Collection. Very nice showy material and large for the type. $45

6.7

3-7/8" Coshocton Hopewell, Found in Ohio Ex- William Walker collection. A very large example of the type with super showy material. You rarely will see hopewell points made from coshocton, Especially this large. $150

6.6

3-1/16" Upper Mercer Ft. Ancient Blade, Found in Hancock Co. OH. Ex- Mathews. Very large and fine Ft. Ancient Blade made of high grade mercer flint. $100

6.5

3-1/4" Wayne County Chert Lost lake. Found in Kentucky Ex- Walter Nelson Collection. Extremely rare to find a lost lake made out of this material and from a famous old time collection. the only real damage the piece has is the ding just above the one tang, that tang is actually anciently sharpened down. This piece is thin and fine!! $250

6.4

3-7/8" Banded Slate Coffin pendant. Found in Northern Ohio Ex- Baker. The piece is somewhat dinged up and exfoliated but it displays very well from one side and has excellent banding and color. Nice piece! $80 SOLD

6.2

2-1/16" Translucent agate Drill, Found in Illinois Ex- Grinderberg collection. I'm not sure if this is Knife River flint or Kaolin or some other agate I'm not aware of. Might be a dalton drill with the concave base but I'm not sure on the type. Very translucent and well made and used down to exhaustion. A great piece for your drill frame. $90

6.3

3" Tan chert re-pourposed half Thebes. found in SE Indiana. A very strange point. it was for sure a deep notch thebes which probably broke and was resharpened to continue use. This is the only one like it I've ever seen. $160