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Indian arrowheads and other Artifacts from the Columbia River in Washington and Oregon.
Artifacts from the Columbia River areas have long been known to be made of some
of the absolute best and most colorful material to be found anywhere in the world !

 

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Item: Type: Wallula Gap Provenance: Price
TDICR141 A nice medium-sized (barely) semi-translucent obsidian Wallula Gap Arrowhead, originally Recovered on the Columbia River with no 125.00
made on a flake but having thorough flaking patterns on both faces by an experienced further information documented, but judging 100.00
knapper to hide this fact. Under microscopic examination, this one appears to be "all there" from the material, I would put this one as being
as it was anciently made with no damage. Quite a superior and desirable piece. from the Upper Columbia River in Washington
Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1000 years old possibly in the Vantage area
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Item: Type: Rose Springs Corner Notched Provenance: Price
TDICR142 A Yummy pink and red chert Rose Springs Corner Notched Arrowhead which Recovered on the Columbia River with no 20.00
is well flaked on both faces with broader flaking scars than normal. It has 2 nicks further information documented, but judging
to the bottom edge of it's bulb base as well as to the tip of one tang. There is from the material, I would put this one as being
also slight roughness to the edges. Priced accordingly. from the Upper Columbia River in Washington
Era: Developmental to Classic Phase - 600 to 1600 years old possibly in the Vantage area
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Item: Type: Rose Springs Corner Notched Drill Provenance: Price
TDICR144 A pleasant translucent honey colored agate Rose Springs Corner Notched Arrowhead Recovered on the Columbia River with no 20.00
which was anciently re-worked into a Drill form, most likely after having sustained further information documented, but judging
damage from use. It's thoroughly flaked on both faces with good re-touch pressure from the material, I would put this one as being
flaking to the dip which appears on the left side of the edge in photo 2. It also has a slight from the Upper Columbia River in Washington
diagonal ledge starting just above the horizontal center line and running towards the possibly in the Vantage area
vertical centerline. (right side in photos 2 & 5) I'm always fascinated whenever I see a
piece which was anciently "salvaged" for re-use with a different purpose.
Era: Developmental to Classic Phase - 600 to 1600 years old
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Item: Type: Wallula Gap Provenance: Price
TDICR146 Now here's a great, attractive host material, a lavender, burgundy and red agate Wallula Gap Recovered on the Columbia River with no 35.00
Arrowhead which is terribly asymmetrical. It's well flaked on both faces by an intermediate knapper, further information documented, but judging
but has a Serious ledge running from the top of it's stem along the full length of it's longer tang. This from the material, I would put this one as being
appears to have been caused by a nick to the bottom edge of this longer tang, which shaved off a from the Upper Columbia River in Washington
good section of the tang's facial area. The bottom of the stem is flat, most likely from ancient possibly in the Vantage area
damage as well. As for the asymmetrical form, I have no explanation for that, since the shorter tang
appears to be intact... perhaps just made by a drunken knapper? At any rate, what it lacks in quality
of craftsmanship, it more than makes up for with it's highly unusual and colorful host material.
Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1000 years old
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Item: Type: Wallula Gap Provenance: Price
TDICR147 A paper-thin, high quality light brown jasper Wallula Gap Arrowhead. It's Recovered on the Columbia River with no 20.00
thoroughly flaked on both faces, although not with the quality of knapping style further information documented, but judging
that I would have expected for a piece this thin. (which is "usually" the trademark from the material, I would put this one as being
of a master knapper) The base was snapped off in ancient times and appears to from the Upper Columbia River in Washington
have been river polished. The very tips of both tangs also have flea bites to them possibly in the Vantage area
Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1000 years old
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Item: Type: Columbia Plateau Provenance: Price
TDICR148 A fairly thin mottled blue, off-white, gray and tan agate-jasper Columbia Plateau Recovered on the Columbia River with no 25.00
Arrowhead having interesting sweeping barbs, which are typical for this point further information documented, but judging
type. It has an ancient spider bite to the tip and to the tip of one tang. Side A is from the material, I would put this one as being
well flaked by an intermediate knapper while side B has a 40% flat section running from the Upper Columbia River in Washington
vertically in the center and this side's flaking patterns are mostly isolated to only possibly in the Vantage area
around the edges. The basal stem, although asymmetrical, appears to be intact.
Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 500 years old

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Item: Type: Eastgate Provenance: Price
BHCR1 A very small, thin and delicate reddish-orange agate Eastgate Birdpoint Arrowhead which almost Recovered from the Columbia 75.00
made it's way on our Gempoints page if it weren't for the asymmetrical form.. Flaking patterns River in Washington prior to
are thorough on both faces, obviously made by a master knapper. Just a jewel of a point 1920 by Dr. Byron Marshall
Era: Developmental to Classic Phase - 400 to 1500 years old

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Item: Type: Desert Delta Provenance: Price
BHCR2 A most attractive mottled pink, red and brown chert Desert Delta Arrowhead Recovered from the Columbia 75.00
which is thoroughly flaked on both faces by a near-master knapper. This one is River in Washington somewhere
"all there" as it was anciently made and used. Just a choice piece from the 1920's to the 1930's
Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 700 years old (no further information available)
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Item: Type: Columbia Plateau Provenance: Price
BHCR3 An ultra-thin, small and very delicate gray and pink chert Columbia Plateau Arrowhead Found by Forest Glaspell in 50.00
which is well flaked on both faces by a very advanced (if not master) knapper Prosser, WA during the 1950's
Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 500 years old
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Item: Type :Columbia Plateau Provenance: Price
BHCR5 A very thin, delicate and attractive reddish-brown jasper Columbia Plateau Birdpoint Found by Charles Irving on the Columbia 50.00
Arrowhead which is thoroughly flaked on both faces by a very advanced knapper. It has River at The Dalles, OR during the 1950's
a spider-bite to the very tip of one barb (left side in photo 2) but is otherwise "all there" Ex: Ken Gibson
Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 500 years old Stermer COA
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Item: Type: Eastgate Split-stem Provenance: Price
BHCR6 A very small, thin and delicate lavender chert Eastgate Split-stem Birdpoint Arrowhead which is Found by Ralph Groom between Salem 40.00
thoroughly flaked on both faces by a very advanced knapper. It has a slight nick to the very tip of and Albany, OR in the early 1960's
one barb (right side in photo 2) but is otherwise "all there" and still a jewel of a point
Era: Developmental to Classic Phase - 400 to 1500 years old Hardie SOP (copy)
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Item: Type: Columbia Plateau Provenance: Price
BHCR8 A VERY thin and quite attractive mottled gray chert Columbia Plateau Arrowhead which is Found by Les Packer on the 50.00
thoroughly flaked on both faces by a very advanced knapper. The middle of one edge is a little Columbia River at The Dalles, OR
bit rough and this "might be" slight chipping, I can't really tell for sure. (left side in photo 4)
Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 500 years old Ex: Michael Hough
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Item: Type: Columbia Plateau Provenance: Price
BHCR10 An ultra-thin and very attractive mottled red and purple agate Columbia Plateau Found in Franklin Co., WA 100.00
Arrowhead which is thoroughly and expertly flaked on both faces by a master knapper.
Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 500 years old Ex: Ken Gibson
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Item: Type: Desert Delta Provenance: Price
BHCR12 A very delicate and ultra-thin semi-translucent red, brown and gray agate Desert Delta Recovered on the Columbia 45.00
Arrowhead which is thoroughly flaked on both faces by a very advanced knapper. It River during the 1960's to
has very slight nicking to the basal edge and a flea bite to the tip. Still a very nice piece 1970's by Jim Carrico
Ex: Berreth
Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 700 years old Hardie SOP (copy)
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Item: Type: Columbia Plateau Provenance: Price
BHCR13 A very small and delicate translucent pink agate Columbia Plateau Birdpoint Arrowhead which is Recovered from the Columbia 55.00
thoroughly and expertly flaked on both faces by a near-master knapper. A great little piece! River in Washington in the early
Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 500 years old 1900's by Dr. Byron Marshall
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Item: Type: Wallula Gap Provenance: Price
BHCR16 A very nice and very well worked partially semi-translucent dark burgundy agate Wallula Recovered from Ellensburg, WA 55.00
Gap Arrowhead which is well flaked on both faces, although more intricately so on side A.
It has a spider bite to the tip of one barb and a small lateral shear to the corner of the stem
on the same side. (left side in photo 2) Still quite an attractive and desirable piece!
Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1000 years old
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Item: Type: Columbia Plateau Provenance: Price
BHCR17 A very small, delicate and very thin black chert Columbia Plateau Birdpoint Arrowhead which Recovered from Blalock Island, OR 35.00
has DEEP DEEP corner notches which only a master knapper could have made on such a small
piece. The host material is a blue-gray chert and this one is thoroughly flaked on both faces.
Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 500 years old Ex: Borden
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Item: Type: Eastgate Provenance: Price
BHCR19 A VERY thin and colorful mottled pink and red chert Eastgate Arrowhead which is thoroughly Recovered from the 40.00
flaked on both faces by a very advanced, if not near-master knapper. From microscopic Columbia River in Oregon
examination, I determined that this one is "all there" as it was anciently made and used Ex: Daryl Baker
Era: Developmental to Classic Phase - 400 to 1500 years old Hardie SOP (copy)
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Item: Type: Desert General Provenance: Price
BHCR20 A lop-sided, quite small opaque black obsidian Desert General Birdpoint Arrowhead which is Recovered from the 20.00
thoroughly flaked on both faces. It has slight ancient nicks to both outer corners of the basal area Snake River in Lincoln Co., ID
Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 700 years old
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Item: Type: Eastgate Provenance: Price
BHCR21 A very well formed, slightly translucent obsidian Eastgate Arrowhead made on a flake and retaining slight curvature Recovered from 40.00
from the original flake's form as well as slight flat surfaces in the center of side B from the original flake's outer layer. Klamath Co., OR
Side A is thoroughly flaked by an experienced knapper, while side B is mostly only worked around it's periphery.
Era: Developmental to Classic Phase - 400 to 1500 years old
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Item: Type: Eastgate Provenance: Price
BHCR22 An absolutely gorgeous translucent red and orange agate Eastgate Birdpoint Arrowhead Found by Les Packer on the 125.00
which is paper-thin and thoroughly flaked on both faces by a near-master knapper. Columbia River at The Dalles, OR
Era: Developmental to Classic Phase - 400 to 1500 years old
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Item: Type: Columbia Plateau Provenance: Price
BHCR23 A very nice glossy blue-gray chert Fish-tailed Columbia Plateau Arrowhead Found by Kelly Anderson on 75.00
which is thoroughly flaked on both faces by an upper-intermediate knapper. the Columbia River in Oregon
This one's a beauty which is "all there" as it was anciently made and used
Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 500 years old

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Item: Type: Columbia Plateau Provenance: Price
BHCR25 A fairly nice, slightly thick (for size) semi-translucent red and orange agate Columbia Plateau Arrowhead which Found by Ralph Groom in the Columbia 40.00
is fairly well flaked on both faces by a novice knapper who hadn't reached the level of "intermediate knapper" Plateau between Salem and Albany,
when he created this jewel. It's well (but crudely) flaked on side A, while side B is only equally crudely flaked Oregon during the 1950's to 1960's
around it's edges. The BIG plus that this point has it that there is no damage evident. The main attraction and
value of this point comes from the host material it's made from, as well as it's former collection history
Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 500 years old Hardie SOP (copy)
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Item: Type:Desert Sierra Provenance: Price
BHCR26 A very thin, very aged translucent smoky obsidian Desert Sierra Arrowhead made on a flake and retaining curvature Recovered from Klamath 100.00
from the original flake's form. It has diagonal banding from the host stone's obsidian (volcanic lava) flow. It's Falls in Modoc Co., OR
thoroughly flaked on both faces, which is quite unusual for pieces made on a flake. (Normally the knappers would
only work side B minimally, which is not the case with this piece) It's "all there" as it was anciently made and used Ex: Leroy Brown
Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 700 years old Hardie SOP (copy)
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Item: Type: Wallula Gap Provenance: Price
BHCR27 A paper-thin blue and red agate Wallula Gap Arrowhead made on a flake with almost all remnants Found on the lower Columbia River 85.00
of the original flake's surface knapped over, with the exception of a vertical flat in the center of side near Scappoose, OR by Daryl
A. It has a flea bite to the tip of one tang (right side in photo 2) but is otherwise "all there" Baker on a Sauvies Island site
Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1000 years old Stermer COA
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Item: Type: Klickitat Provenance: Price
BHCR28 A most interesting white, pink and gray chert Klickitat Arrowhead which is well Recovered from the Columbia River at 100.00
flaked on both faces, but has a single shallow diagonal ledge on side A running Cascade Locks, OR by Robert Rudi
from the right edge (photo 5) at the horizontal centerline to the center at the hafting
line. The tip has a spider bite but other than that this one's "all there" with nice
barbs and a well formed base. Klickitats are actually quite a scarce type
Era: Historic Phase - 160 to 300 years old Ex: Mel Hansen
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Item: Type: Wallula Gap Provenance: Price
BHCR29 An absolutely GORGEOUS semi-translucent white and pink chert Wallula Gap Arrowhead Found by Tim Blanchard downstream 175.00
which is a bit over-sized for the type. It's thoroughly flaked on both faces in amazing ribbon from where the Lewis River enters the
fashion by a master knapper. Sadly it lost the tip of one barb in ancient times and the tip has a Columbia River in Cowlitz Co., WA
spider bite as well. Despite these minor flaws, this is one truly exceptional piece of artwork.
Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1000 years old Swarts SOP
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Item: Type: Rabbit Island Provenance: Price
BHCR31 An off-white chert Rabbit Island Arrowhead having pinkish hues. It's well worked on both Found by Daryl Baker on the Columbia 55.00
faces with most attractive flaking patterns and is "all there" as it was anciently made and used. River in Oregon during the 1950's to 1960's
Era: Transitional to Classic Phase - 700 to 2000 years old Hardie SOP (copy)
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Item: Type: Rabbit Island Provenance: Price
BHCR32 A very thin translucent moonstone and orange agate Rabbit Island Birdpoint Recovered from the Columbia River prior to 1920 65.00
Arrowhead. It's well flaked on both faces by an experienced knapper. It's only by Dr. Byron Marshall near Vernita, Washington
flaw are multiple flea-bites along one edge of the stem (left side in photo 2) Ex: Townsend
Era: Transitional to Classic Phase - 700 to 2000 years old Ex: Brown Museum
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Item: Type: Rabbit Island Provenance: Price
BHCR33 A very choice G9+ light tan chert Rabbit Island Arrowhead which is thoroughly flaked on Found on the Columbia River at 175.00
both faces by an advanced knapper, with the exception of a smooth flat, dark brown section Bob's Point, in Klickitat Co., WA
near the tip on side B, left from the outer cortex of the host stone. Still, quite a striking piece
Era: Transitional to Classic Phase - 700 to 2000 years old
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Item: Type: Rabbit Island Provenance: Price
BHCR34 A very choice, small, thin and delicate blue chert Rabbit Island Arrowhead which Found by Les Packer on the 130.00
is thoroughly flaked on both faces by an expert, if not master knapper. This one Columbia River at The Dalles, OR
appears to be "all there" and is one of the best of the best we've ever seen.
Era: Transitional to Classic Phase - 700 to 2000 years old Ex: Michael Hough
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Item: Type: Wallula Gap Provenance: Price
BHCR35 An extremely thin pink, tan and off-white chert Wallula Gap Arrowhead which is thoroughly Recovered from the 150.00
flaked on both faces by an expert knapper with the exception of a flat, vertical section on Columbia River in Oregon
side B above the horizontal centerline which is left from the outer cortex of the host stone. Ex: Daryl Baker
Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1000 years old Hardie SOP (copy)
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Item: Type: Columbia Plateau Provenance: Price
BHCR36 A highly unusual multi-colored pink, tan and gray chert Columbia Plateau Arrowhead Recovered on the Columbia 110.00
having a split base. It's paper-thin and thoroughly flaked on both faces by an expert River in Washington (NFI)
knapper. It appears to have slight spider bites off of all of it's extremities, both barbs,
the tip and one knob of the stem. Still a great and attractive piece
Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 500 years old
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Item: Type: Rabbit Island Provenance: Price
BHCR37 A well made glossy green and brown jasper Rabbit Island Arrowhead which is Recovered from the Columbia 50.00
thoroughly flaked on both faces by an experienced knapper. It has an ancient lateral River in Oregon (NFI)
shear from the edge of one barb (left side in photo 2) but is otherwise "all there" Ex: Daryl Baker
Era: Transitional to Classic Phase - 700 to 2,000 years old Hardie SOP (copy)
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Item: Type: Rabbit Island Provenance: Price
BHCR38 A fairly thin and beautiful red jasper Rabbit Island Dart point, thoroughly flaked Recovered from 35.00
on both faces by a lesser intermediate knapper and having a hafting stop on side Gilliam Co., WA
B. (photo 4) It appears to be "all there" as it was anciently made and used.
Era: Transitional to Classic Phase - 700 to 2,000 years old
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Item: Type: Rabbit Island Provenance: Price
BHCR39 Ooooo... a GORGEOUS point... a semi-translucent red and light gray agate Rabbit Island Found by Betty Stevens between 1950 to 110.00
Arrowhead thoroughly flaked on both faces by an expert knapper. It's paper-thin and 1961 between Blalock Island and Umatilla
extremely well made, with it's only flaw being a teeny, tiny tick bite from the tip. A most on the Columbia River in Washington
interesting and attractive piece Ex: Berreth
Era: Transitional to Classic Phase - 700 to 2,000 years old Hardie SOP (copy)
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Item: Type: Rabbit Island Provenance: Price
BHCR40 A paper-thin, delicate burgundy and purple chert Rabbit Island Arrowhead which is thoroughly Found by Daryl Baker on the lower 100.00
flaked on both faces by an extremely advanced, if not master knapper. It's "all there" as it was Columbia River in Washington
made, but appears to have some slight "nibbling" around the basal bulb. Still an exceptional piece
Era: Transitional to Classic Phase - 700 to 2,000 years old Hardie SOP (copy)
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Item: Type: Wallula Gap Provenance: Price
BHCR41 A gorgeous red and purple agate Wallula Gap Arrowhead which is thoroughly flaked on Recovered from the Columbia 250.00
both faces by an expert level knapper. It's only flaw is a slight ancient nick to the tip of one River in Washington (NFI)
barb (left side in photo 2) otherwise it's "all there" and quite a striking piece in it's own right
Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1000 years old
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Item: Type: Dagger Provenance: Price
BHCR43 A paper-thin, small and delicate semi-translucent smoky obsidian Dagger Found on the Columbia River 130.00
Arrowhead which is extremely well-formed and well flaked on both faces at Cascade Locks, Oregon by
by an experienced knapper. Quite a choice piece! Robert Rudi
Era: Developmental to Classic Phase - 400 to 1200 years old Ex: Mel Hansen
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Item: Type: Klickitat Provenance: Price
BHCR44 An ultra paper-thin and beautifully made river polished black obsidian Klickitat Recovered from the Columbia 285.00
Arrowhead. It has the slightest, slightest flea bite to the point of the base and to the tip River in WA (NFI) most likely 225.00
of one barb, both of which are not noticeable without substantial magnification. Still a from Klickitat County
very choice piece. Klickitats are quite scarce and seldom offered for sale Ex: Daryl Baker
Era: Historic Phase - 160 to 300 years old Hardie SOP (copy)  

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Item: Type: Klickitat Provenance: Price
BHCR45 An ultra-thin and beautifully formed gray chert Klickitat Arrowhead which is Found on the Columbia River 350.00
thoroughly flaked to a median ridge on side A, while side B has less flaking patterns at Cascade Locks, OR 275.00
mostly around the edges and lower 1/2 section of the body. This one comes SO by Robert Rudi
CLOSE to being a G-10, only a slight dip to one edge near the tip keeps it from
this category. (left edge in photo 2) Still quite a scarce and desirable piece! Ex: Mel Hansen
Era: Historic Phase - 160 to 300 years old Stermer COA  
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Item: Type: Klickitat Provenance: Price
BHCR46 A very fascinating brown and red jasper Klickitat Arrowhead. It's well flaked on Provenance undocumented but most 285.00
side A, while side B is equally well-worked on the upper half, with the lower half likely from Klickitat Co., WA 225.00
retaining a flat section from the host stone's outer cortex. Klickitat points are
very scarce and this is one of the better examples we have to offer Ex: Daryl Baker
Era: Historic Phase - 160 to 300 years old Hardie SOP (copy)  

 

 

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