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4" Long Banded Slate Humped Gorget, Found in Portage Co. OH. Ex- Fickey, Ex- Rummel, Ex- May. Excellent banding and some light engraving on the bottom of the piece. $550


4-11/16" Flint Ridge Dovetail, Found in Brown Co. OH. Lewis Twp. Ex- Davis, Ex- Vandever. Great colors on the piece and a wonderful thick patina. Couple nips keep it affordable. $850 SOLD


4-5/8" Wide Banded slate Double Notched Wing Bannerstone, Found in Willoughby Ohio, Ex- Jon Dickinson, Ex- Rob Dills, Ex- Dave Moore. The wings are salvaged on the ends but this is still an absolute stunner of a banner and I've very tempted to hold onto it. The salvage really doesn't detract from it in a huge way as it still displays very well and can be a center piece. I was actually after this piece at least 15 years ago and somehow I had another opportunity to go after it recently. $EMAIL


3-3/4" Banded Slate Ridged Gorget. Found in Ohio Ex- Edwards, Dr. Draeger, Harding collections. Hard to come by this type as a complete piece, for whatever reason most of the time these are found broken. Good opportunity to get a nice one for less than they've been going for at auction. $900 ON HOLD

Miami Valley Artifacts


4-1/2" Kentucky Hornstone Fluted Clovis, Kentucky piece, Ex- Floyd Ritter, Mitch Lewis, Dan Schleich. Pictured in Legends of Prehistoric Art #2 Pg. 459. A huge example of a fluted clovis that has everything going for it. It does have a couple small dings but it's also priced accordingly. $EMAIL


3-7/16" Wide Claystone Bannerstone, Found in Cass Co. ILL Ex- Richard Britton Collection. Very nice banner with the exception of a few plow scars. It's a large hand filing piece. $625


4-1/2" Slate Pop-Eyed Birdstone, found in Livingston Co. Michigan, Ex- Roger Leatherman, Ex- Floyd Ritter, Ex- Jim Bickel, Ex- Gary Noel, Ex- Tom Davis, Ex- Orsary. Found broken and glued back together. Pictured nicely in the Leatherman auction catalog in a larger picture, pictured in Central States April 1993 Vol. 40 #2, Pictured in Prehistoric American 2004 #1. Comes with a John Berner COA, which if you ever knew Berner he really knew his birds! A rare opportunity to own a pop eyed bird at an affordable price. $EMAIL


3-1/4" Sandstone Incised Bar. Found in Erie Co. OH. Oct 29, 1944 Ex- Dr. Meuser catalog number 3135/5. Heavy engraving across the piece and from a great old time collection. $475


4-1/2" Hornstone Clovis, Found in Indiana, Ex- Floyd Ritter, Mitch Lewis, Dan Schleich. Pictured in Legends of Prehistoric Art #2 Pg. 459 and in Who's Who # 9 Pg. 300. A huge example of a fluted clovis that has everything going  for it. It does have one small ding to the base but it's also priced accordingly. $EMAIL


2-5/16" long, made of a variation of gneiss, found in Mason Co. KY. Ex- Martin Ellis Collection, Ex- Orsary Collection. Nice, well developed banner. No break outs or restoration which is rare for this type. Comes with an old Jackson COA if you want it. $EMAIL