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6" Wide Hardstone Gorget, Found in Wyandot Co. OH. near Wharton by William Secrist on 8-1-1901. Very large, no brainer gorget. I believe it is made of some sort of fine grain Schist. A very nice large gorget with great history. $400 ON HOLD

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4" High color Sonora Hopewell Snyders, Found in Kentucky Ex- Walter Nelson Collection.This is the first Sonora Snyders I have seen and it's a big one with outstanding colors too. I think the pics speak for them self and add in the great collector history on it makes this an investment grade piece. $350 SOLD


2-5/8" Grey and Red Flint Micro Notch, Found in Butler Co. OH. by Walter Reasch. I'm not sure on the type of flint this is made of, possible Upper Mercer? Very rare style in Ohio. $65


2-5/8" Cobden Hornstone corner notch, Found in Indiana Ex- Walter Nelson. This piece is pretty neat because it is polished.  Polished flint is a rarity, I'm not sure what the use was for it, but it is cool and this one has the collector history to make it highly collectable. $125


2-7/8" Upper mercer/ Coshocton variant Thebes, Found 1 Mile east of Antwerp in Paulding Co. OH. Ex- Robert Converse. Good color, exact provinence and from a very prominant collection. What more could you ask for? $140


4-3/8" Burlington Mehlville Found in Hardin Co. Ill. in 1906 Ex- Walter Nelson. A huge handful of burlington chert with great collector history. Did I mention it's a handful!! $200 ON HOLD


3-3/8" Coshocton Paleo blade, Found in Wayne Co. OH. Ex- Snider Collection. Very nice colors on this blade with blue, shades of gray and some neat cortex like material. Also sports a flute on one side. $50


3-1/8" Yellow and Purple flint ridge blade, Found in Fairfield Co. OH. Ex- Lutz, Ex- Morlock. Super colorful example of one of my favorite types of old blades. I feel these are late paleo to early archaic just becuase of how well they are made. $100


3-3/8" White flint Dalton, Found in Indiana Ex- Marion "Horsefly" Bush, Ex- Marvin Gilley. I'm not 100% on what to call the flint, but it is a nice glossy white. Finely made and very thin, a great example of a dalton. Lightly fluted on both faces, and ground nicely as well. The piece is pictured in Who's Who #2 in Bush's collection, it's not front and center but you can make it out in his frames in the display case. Comes with a Davis COA. My catalog number SMY0138 $800


3-1/4" Flint Ridge Hopewell, Found in Wood Co. OH. Ex- Morlock. Nice large example of the type made of great material. $100