Home

New Stuff

Paleo 1  Page 2  Page 3

Archaic 1 Page 2 Page 3Page 4 Page 5

Other Periods 1   Page 2   Page 3 Page 4

Flint Tools Page 1   Page 2  Page 3  Page 4  Page 5

Gem Points Page

Columbia River 1 Page 2   Page 3

Far West 1  Page 2  Page 3 Page 4  Page 5  Page 6     Page 7 

Gulf Coastal 1

Axes&Tools Page1 Page 2   Page 3

Pacific NorthWest Page 1  Page 2

BIG Blades

Caches & Collections

Ornamental:                            Bone&Shell Page 1   Page2

Functional:                     Bone Tools Page 1

Rare Effigy Artifacts

Charmstones Page 1            Page 2

Indian Beads

Indian Pipes&Cloud Blowers

Anasazi Page 1

Basketry & Perishables

Old World Artifacts  Page 2

Field Grade Page 1  Page 2

Perishables

Pottery

How To Order (TERMS)

The Book Store

The Museum

How To Find Arrowheads

Diggers Digest

Fossil Bookstore

FeedBack

Reciprocal Links

Contact Us

Stolen Items

 

 

 
Far West Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 1 Page 2  
  Page 3 Page 4      
Indian arrowheads and other ancient relics from the Far Western regions which includes the Great Basin
 

Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo
 
Item: Type: Cottonwood Triangular Arrowhead Provenance: Price
RCFW159 An ultra-thin and beautiful red mahogany obsidian   From the George & Beth Miller collection. SOLD
  Cottonwood Triangular Dart point, thoroughly flaked The Millers mostly hunted ancient sites in  
  on both faces with 2 pressure flutes from the base on Modoc County, California and Churchill   4/20
  side A, obviously created by a master knapper. County, Nevada. From our experience with  
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase artifacts from these areas, we judge this one  
  200 to 1100 years old to be from SE Oregon  

Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo

 

Item:

Type: Cottonwood Triangle

Provenance:

Price

RCFW225

A very small and well made opaque black obsidian

From the George & Beth Miller collection.

SOLD

 

Cottonwood Triangle Arrowhead. It's thoroughly

The Millers mostly hunted ancient sites in

 

 

flaked on both faces and is in great condition

Modoc County, California, Oregon and   

4/20

 

 

Churchill County, Nevada.

 

 

 

From our experience with artifacts from

 

 

Era: Developmental to Historic phase - 200 to 1100 years old

these areas, we judge this one to be from

 

 

Details about the George & Beth Miller collection

Southeastern Oregon

 

Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo
 
Item: Type: Gypsum Cave Provenance: Price
RCFW151 A most interesting black basalt Gypsum Cave dart From the George & Beth Miller collection. SOLD
  point showing good flaking patterns on a material   The Millers mostly hunted ancient sites in  
  which doesn't flake very well at all. The surfaces are Modoc County, California and Churchill   4/20
  quite weathered, indicative of an artifact which was County, Nevada as well as in Oregon.  
  sand blown in desert areas. The very tip is missing. From our experience with  
    artifacts from these areas, we judge this one  
  Era: Archaric - 3300 to 5000 years old to be from SE Oregon  

Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo
 
Item: Type: Desert Sierra Arrowhead Provenance: Price
RCFW149 A TOTALLY OUTSTANDING, paper-thin fine  From the George & Beth Miller collection. SOLD
  grained dacite Desert Sierra Arrowhead, which by all The Millers mostly hunted ancient sites in  
  rights belongs on the Gem Points page. This little Modoc County, California and Churchill   4/20
  beauty is thoroughly flaked on both faces in mostly County, Nevada as well as in Oregon.  
  random patterns indicative of an advanced knapper. From our experience with  
    artifacts from these areas, we judge this one  
  Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 700 years old to be from Lake Co., OR  

Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo
 
Item: Type: Cascade Knife Provenance: Price
RCFW147 A very sturdy and thick obsidian Cascade Knife form  From the George & Beth Miller collection. SOLD
  which, in my opinion is somewhat ugly due to the "coating" The Millers mostly hunted ancient sites in  
  it received on both faces, probably from setting in shallow Modoc County, California and Churchill   4/20
  waters for thousands of decades. It has a few recent nicks County, Nevada. From our experience with  
  which expose the underlying shiny black obsidian host artifacts from these areas, we judge this one  
  material. Certainly an interesting study piece. to be from Modoc Co., CA  
  Era: Archaic - 4000 to 8000 years old    

Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo
 
Item: Type: Alberta Knife Blade Provenance: Price
RCFW141 An exceptional and well used Alberta Hafted From the George & Beth Miller collection. SOLD
  Knife blade which was anciently worked down The Millers mostly hunted ancient sites in  
  (re-sharpened) many times, leaving a rounded Modoc County, California and Churchill   4/20
  form to it's "tip". County, Nevada as well as in Oregon...  
    From our experience with  
  Era: Early Archaic - 8,500 to 10,000 years old artifacts from these areas, we judge this one  
    to be from Lake Co., OR  

Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo
 
Item: Type: Cascade Blade Form Provenance: Price
RCFW140 A very sturdy, well made Cascade Blade having  From the George & Beth Miller collection. SOLD
  flaking patterns on side A to a median ridge, with The Millers mostly hunted ancient sites in  
  side B being mostly flat with a single small ledge Modoc County, California and Churchill   4/20
  (left side of photo 3 at the mid-line) County, Nevada as well as in Oregon..  
    From our experience with  
  Era: Archaic - 4000 to 8000 years old artifacts from these areas, we judge this one  
    to be from Modoc Co., CA  

Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo
 
Item: Type: Eastgate Arrowhead Provenance: Price
RCFW139 An ultra-thin, almost fully translucent smoky gray From the George & Beth Miller collection. SOLD
  mouse obsidian Eastgate Arrowhead. Flaking  The Millers mostly hunted ancient sites in 4/20
  patterns are thorough on both faces, and this one Modoc County, California and Churchill    
  "almost" qualifies for our Gem Points page. County, Nevada. From our experience with  
  Era: Developmental to Classic Phase artifacts from these areas, we judge this one  
  400 to 1500 years old to be from Modoc Co., CA  

Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo
 
Item: Type: Rose Springs Stemmed Arrowhead Provenance: Price
RCFW160 A gorgeous deep red mahogany obsidian Rose From the George & Beth Miller collection. SOLD
  Springs Stemmed Birdpoint Arrowhead in good The Millers mostly hunted ancient sites in  
  condition with thorough flaking on both faces Modoc County, California and Churchill   4/20
  Era: Developmental to Classic Phase County, Nevada. From our experience with  
  600 to 1600 years old artifacts from these areas, we judge this one  
    to be from SE Oregon  
Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo
 
Item: Type: Rose Springs Corner Notched Provenance: Price
RCFW179 A simple, small and delicate white chert/agate From the George & Beth Miller collection. SOLD
  Rose Springs Corner Notched Birdpoint The Millers mostly hunted ancient sites in  
  Arrowhead. It has cursory flaking on both faces Modoc County, California and Churchill   4/20
  by a novice knapper. Still a cute little gem. County, Nevada as well as Oregon.  
    From our experience with  
  Era: Developmental to Classic Phase artifacts from these areas, we judge this one  
  600 to 1600 years old to be from North Central Oregon, most likely from  
    the Columbia River area.  
Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo
 
Item: Type: Hafted Cold Springs Knife Blade Provenance: Price
DFFW32 An extremely thin black fine-grained basalt Cold Springs Recovered from 50.00
  hafted knife blade, obviously well used and anciently SE Oregon 35.00
  resharpened many times.    
  Era: Middle Archaic Period - 4,000 - 5,000 years old    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
VAFW8 A most interesting diagonally banded iridescent gray and black Offered by original 45.00
  obsidian Archaic (Cascade era) Preform which also functioned finder’s family members, 4/27 ON-HOLD tb
  as a knife blade in it's interim stages. It has typical cursory but found in Crook Co., OR  
  thorough flaking patterns to both faces with intricate secondary    
  pressure flaking to it's edges for use as a knife. Sure wish I    
  could have seen the ancient owner turn this into it's intended    
  finished product, as the beauty of the host material is unequalled.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
VAFW9 A nice medium-sized Archaic bi-pointed Cascade obsidian Knife blade, Offered by original  85.00
  very well flaked on both faces by an experienced knapper. It has a clean finder’s family members, 4/27 ON-HOLD tb
  break just above it's hafting line where it was re-glued together, and it has found in Harney Co., OR  
  later chipping along it's edges, some from recent nicking, some from    
  ancient nicking. Not a bad "filler piece" which displays well for the money.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
VAFW12 A nice medium-sized Archaic bi-pointed Cascade obsidian Offered by original  75.00
  Knife blade, very well flaked on both faces by an experienced  finder’s family members, 4/27 ON-HOLD tb
  knapper. It has a clean break which is very difficult to see, just found in Harney Co., OR  
  below the tip area where it was re-glued together. Not a bad    
  "filler piece" which displays well for the money.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
VAFW11 A fairly thin (for material) medium gray fine-grained basalt Cascade Offered by original 130.00
  Knife blade, well worked on both faces with the exception of a 25% finder, found in 4/27 ON-HOLD tb
  vertical flat section on side B (photos 3 & 5) left over from the original Crook Co., OR  
  host stone's cortex. Basalt is near impossible to work very well, but    
  the ancient knapper did a pretty good job with this one. It's a bit on    
  the rustic side, but is still a valid truly well used ancient artifact.   dlft

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DFFW25 A medium-sized (for type) Archaic obsidian Nightfire Dart point, Recovered from 65.00
  very well flaked on both faces, basically to a median ridge by a Harney Co., OR 50.00
  very advanced, experienced knapper. It has 3 pressure flaked    
  flute-like channels from the base on side A and heavy alkali    
  deposits covering one face. An interesting and most archaic piece    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DFFW26 A very meaty and very long (for type) well made black Recovered from 325.00
  obsidian Northern Side Notched Blade form having Lake Co., OR 275.00
  extremely thorough, bordering on intricate flaking patterns during the 1950's 7/17 ON-HOLD dp
  to both faces. It has an ancient lateral shear which runs     
  from the tip down a single edge for 3/8" (photos 6 > 8 and Ex: Milton Tuck  
  10 > 12) but is still an impressive and exceptional piece Stermer COA  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JAFW33 An almost translucent smoky gray obsidian Humboldt constricted Recovered from 250.00
  base Dart point/Knife form. It's very well and thoroughly flaked on Lake Co., OR  
  both faces by an advanced knapper with the exception of a small    
  8% section in the middle of side B, which shows a flatter surface    
  from the percussion flaking stage of this beauty. It has a slightly    
  twisted form from ancient resharpenings during it's use as a knife    
  blade. Quite an exceptional piece.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JAFW36 An ultra-thin, very delicate medium bluish-gray dacite Eastgate Recovered from 30.00
  Arrowhead, fairly well flaked on both faces and having an Lake Co., OR  
  asymmetrical form    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JAFW37 An exceptional, very sturdy and quite large semi-translucent, slightly diagonally banded  Recovered from SOLD
  duo-flow obsidian Early Archaic bi-pointed Cascade Knife blade. This one is very well Lake Co., OR 6/10
  and thoroughly flaked on side A by a master knapper, showing indirect percussion as  (more specifics to buyer)  
  well as secondary pressure flaking patterns. Side B shows intricate secondary pressure    
  flaking mostly around the edges with a 25% flatter section left from the percussion    
  flaking stage. (top of photo 4) This section is very interesting in that it allows the     
  viewing of underlying swirls and v-shaped patterns from the duo-flow action of the host    
  obsidian material, which is subdued in other areas of the blade by the flaking patterns. Ex: Alex Harding  
  It also has good alkali deposits as a testimony to it's great antiquity. Stermer COA  

 

A Note On Stockton Points

In this release we have another short run of Stockton points. Stockton points are rare, and are, for the most part isolated to a narrow "band" extending eastward from Contra Costa County to the Stockton area, and slightly southward into San Joaquin County in Northwestern California, and these are seldom offered for sale anywhere!

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
GBFW39 A VERY stunning semi-translucent  From a Pre-WWII 4500.00
  obsidian serrated Stockton dart point collection found in the  
  having good and thorough flaking Sacramento Valley, CA  
  patterns to both faces and very    
  intricate serrated edgework. In this    
  condition, these are extremely rare !    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
GBFW40 A VERY striking black obsidian Contra Recovered from an old 3500.00
  Costa dart point in just prefect condition ! mound near Sacramento, CA  
  It was made on a flake and side B retains    
  30% of the original flake's surface while    
  side A is thoroughly and expertly flaked.    
  Just an outstanding and scarce piece.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DGFW32 A nice black obsidian heavily Northern California - Purchased 300.00
  serrated stemmed Stockton dart from an estate auction where the  
  point which has the bottom-most 5   documentation listing specific site  
  serrations on the right side in photo 2 information was lost; these came   
  non-professionally restored by epoxy from a HUGE Pre-World War II  
    Northern Californian collection   
    and judging by the way the  
    collection was packaged by the  
    finder, it is assumed that he went  
    off to war and never returned  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DGFW33 A fairly large and quite rare Christmas Tree Northern California - Purchased 350.00
  serrated Stockton saw/knife blade having from an estate auction where the  
  damage to 4 serrations on the right side in documentation listing specific site  
  photo 2 (two which are totally missing), a information was lost; these came   
  nick to one side of the base and a slight nick  from a HUGE Pre-World War II  
  to the tip (the Christmas Tree label is my own Northern Californian collection   
  creation, so you won't find this in the books,  and judging by the way the  
  folks) Flaking patterns aren't very spectacular collection was packaged by the  
  and the host stone appears to be of lesser finder, it is assumed that he went  
  quality, making it very difficult to flake off to war and never returned  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DGFW30 A very nice, affordable semi- Northern California - Purchased 250.00
  translucent gray obsidian mini  from an estate auction where the  
  serrated Stockton dart point having documentation listing specific site  
  a nick to one side of the base information was lost; these came   
    from a HUGE Pre-World War II  
    Northern Californian collection   
    and judging by the way the  
    collection was packaged by the  
    finder, it is assumed that he went  
    off to war and never returned  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DGFW31 An interesting black obsidian corner Northern California - Purchased 200.00
  notched serrated Stockton dart point  from an estate auction where the  
  which has damage to one single serration documentation listing specific site  
  (second one up from the bottom, on the  information was lost; these came   
  left side in photo 2) The finder labeled it's from a HUGE Pre-World War II  
  discovery date as 4/12/34 Northern Californian collection   
    and judging by the way the  
    collection was packaged by the  
    finder, it is assumed that he went  
    off to war and never returned  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
GBFW22 A fairly long, for type, opaque   Recovered from the 225.00
  black obsidian Stockton Corner Hollister mound near  
  notched arrowhead / saw having Verona, CA in 1935  
  somewhat battered and worn    
  serrations. Still quite a rare type    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
GBFW24 A very nice square stemmed opaque California, NW of 250.00
  black obsidian Stockton dart point Sacramento  
  having nicely serrated edges. Flaking     
  patterns are thorough and to a median    
  ridge on both faces. This one has an     
  un-professionally restored tip, done    
  with clear epoxy and painted over,    
  still, with a touch-up on the paint job,    
  this one gives you a chance to own a    
  very rare type at an affordable price    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JAFW38 A fairly nice, well patinated semi-translucent tri-flow obsidian Northern Side- Recovered from 50.00
  notched Arrowhead which is well flaked on both faces by an intermediate Lake Co., OR  
  knapper and shows good alkali and caliche deposits as a testimony to it's    
  age. It has a slight diagonal clip to the lower corner of one basal tang and a    
  slight spider bite to it's tip. Still a quite attractive and unusual piece    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
TCSFW2 An unusual very light gray and rose colored chert Undocumented, 30.00
  Sudden Series Arrowhead, well flaked on both most likely Arizona  
  faces by an experienced knapper.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
RPFW3 A fully trnslucent obsidian Rose Springs Corner Recovered near Willits, 200.00
  Notched Arrowhead, very well flaked on both Mendocino County, CA,  
  faces by a (near?) master knapper. With the    
  exception of a little bit of irregularity on on the    
  base, this one is as near perfect as they come. Ex: Perino  

Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo

 

Item:

Type: Rose Springs Corner Notched Arrowhead

Provenance:

Price

RCFW224

A pretty well chopped-up moonstone agate Rose Springs Corner Notched 

From the George & Beth Miller collection.

SOLD

 

Arrowhead which was probably very beautiful when it was first made. It has

The Millers mostly hunted ancient sites in

 

 

a full facial lateral shear from the tip of side A which extends almost to the

Modoc County, California, Oregon and   

4/20

 

horizontal centerline. It's a delicate piece in the rough and priced accordingly

Churchill County, Nevada.

 

 

 

From our experience with artifacts from

 

 

Era: Developmental to Classic Phase - 600 to 1600 years old

these areas, we judge this one to be from

 

 

Details about the George & Beth Miller collection

Southern Oregon

 

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DFFW23 A semi-translucent obsidian Parman Dart point having thorough flaking Recovered from 55.00
  patterns on both faces with good basal grinding and mineralization. Lake Co., OR 45.00
  The surfaces show river polished or weathered sections. Stermer COA  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW56 A very well formed, vaguely diagonally banded semi-  Recovered in 175.00
  translucent smoky gray obsidian Cascade Saw/Blade Humboldt Co., NV  
  form. It's well flaked on both faces by a fairly advanced    
  knapper with a median ridge on each face. The bottom    
  of the stem is flat from the original striking platform and    
  it's "all there" as originally made. A very nice piece    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
FW24 A slightly under-sized gray-black Found in 45.00
  obsidian Excelsior blade fairly well Napa Co., CA  
  flaked on both faces, with a small     
  section of the original striking platform    
  on the base and a few shallow ledges    
  to the left of center on side A    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
VAFW1 A bit of a stubby semi-translucent Archaic Cascade Knife form  Offered by original 40.00
  which is well flaked on both faces by an intermediate knapper and finder’s family members, 4/27 ON-HOLD tb
  which shows signs of being anciently resharpened almost to the found in Crook Co., OR  
  point of exhaustion by it's ancient maker-user. Not a bad piece.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
VAFW2 A nice, broad black obsidian Archaic bi-pointed Cascade Trade Blank which  Offered by original  200.00
  was obviously used as a Knife blade in it's present form. It retains much of the finder’s family members, 4/27 ON-HOLD tb
  cursory direct percussion trimming-flaking patterns on both surfaces with found in Harney Co., OR  
  intricate secondary pressure flaking patterns along selected sections of it's    
  cutting edges. A most interesting example of a "tool in transition".   dlft

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
VAFW4 A well worked-down semi-translucent black obsidian Elko Corner Offered by original 35.00
  Notched Arrowhead. It's well flaked on both faces in a cruder  finder’s family members, 4/27 ON-HOLD tb
  random fashion and has a single ancient nick to the edge of the base. found in Crook Co., OR  
  Still a piece that I would consider to be a worthy find in the field.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
VAFW6 A nice, somewhat small (for type) semi-translucent obsidian Parman Offered by original 45.00
  Dart point which is well flaked on both faces by a well-seasoned  finder’s family members, 4/27 ON-HOLD tb
  knapper. It has an ancient nick to one side at the bottom edge of the found in Crook Co., OR  
  base and the tip is quite rustic. Still not a bad example of this early    
  Archaic artifact.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
VAFW7 A very sturdy well made and long used black obsidian Parman Knife Offered by original 150.00
  form, well flaked on both faces by a very experienced knapper and finder’s family members, 4/27 ON-HOLD tb
  showing typical asymmetrical edges from many ancient resharpenings.  found in Crook Co., OR  
  The tip shows anciently use-damage, which apparently didn't hinder it's    
  general functioning. Just a great piece for you knife collectors out there.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
SLFW3 A very attractive opaque black obsidian Offered by the finder 260.00
  serrated Fox Ear arrowhead, thoroughly who recovered this one  
  flaked on both faces and having nice in the Alvord Desert in  
  caliche and mineral deposits on side A Harney Co., OR  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW129 A fairly thin and slender brown jasper Gatecliff Pershing Co., NV 45.00
  dart point having tannic staining on it's lower    
  half. It lost one barb in ancient times, but is still    
  a respectable and well made piece    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW131 A medium-sized smoky gray patinated obsidian Churchill Co., NV 65.00
  Elko Split-stem Arrowhead. It has an ancient    
  clip to the corner of one stem but is otherwise    
  intact with very fine edge serrations.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW132 An asymmetrical (as anciently formed) black Churchill Co., NV 65.00
  obsidian Northern Side-notched Arrowhead    
  of the Fox-eared variety. Just a nice piece    
  with a very sharp needle tip    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW133 A most interesting, slightly undersized (for type) gray obsidian Humboldt  Pershing Co., NV 120.00
  Constricted Base dart point having very nice edge serrations. It's heavily    
  river polished and the thorough flaking patterns are somewhat subdued    
  from the river polish. It has a small flea bite to the very tip of one ear,    
  but is otherwise completely intact as made and anciently used.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW134 A medium-sized duo-flow obsidian Humboldt Constricted-base  Churchill Co., NV 130.00
  Knife form, well flaked on both faces and well used, but having a    
  diagonal dip in the center of side B (photo 4) either from a    
  percussion flake or from the original form of the host stone. One     
  ear was anciently lost. Still an interesting piece which has a vertical    
  band of clear obsidian comprising 25% of it's overall width    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW135 A fairly thin, extremely well flaked on both faces semi- Churchill Co., NV 85.00
  translucent duo-flow obsidian Elko Split-stem Arrowhead    
  having slight diagonal banding. The tip shows ancient re-    
  sharpening which is quite asymmetrical, but the caliche    
  deposits on the flaked area of the tip show that it was    
  anciently worked this way. An exceptional piece    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW139 A fairly thin, semi-translucent horizontal duo-flow obsidian Churchill Co., NV 35.00
  Humboldt Constricted base dart point which is missing the     
  base and has a clip to the tip. It's well flaked on both faces and    
  because of the ancient damage, has been priced accordingly    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW141 A fairly thick and quite crude mottled red and burgundy jasper Pershing Co., NV 35.00
  Humboldt Constricted base Knife form. It has heavy desert    
  polish and is quite an interesting study for it's crudeness alone    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW146 A semi-translucent rootbeer agate Paleo Crescent which also has Humboldt Co., NV 45.00
  white "cherty" sections from the cortex of the original host stone.    
  Flaking patterns are mediocre, and one working end is totally    
  chopped up, I'm almost embarrassed to list this one, but since it's    
  a Paleo piece, it squeaked through and is priced accordingly    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DFFW18 An interesting black obsidian Quarry Blank Modoc Co., CA 25.00
  from the Archaic period. It has the typical quarry    
  blank flaking patterns with heavy alkali    
  encrustation, most likely left from hundreds of      
  years of sitting in a dried-up lakebed. It appears to    
  have been used as a knife blade in it's current state.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DFFW19 A triangular opaque black obsidian Archaic Quarry Modoc Co., CA 20.00
  Blank which has nice pressure flaking to the edges    
  indicating that it was utilized as a knife blade in the interim    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DFFW20 A pretty nice and well aged Early Archaic obsidian Cascade Knife Blade Modoc Co., CA 85.00
  which was made on a HUGE flake. It has a few slight ledges on side A, but   65.00
  is overall very well made by an advanced knapper who worked the sections    
  he needed at the time. The knapper definitely left his advanced "signature"    
  with the intricate edgework on both faces. The base is a little irregular and it    
  has a few recent edge nicks from improper storage. Still a very worthy and    
  old artifact which would make a great centerpiece in a Far West collection.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
SLFW5 A nice Northern Side-notched Fox Ear Found by the seller in 215.00
  obsidian arrowhead, fairly thin with Owhyee Co., ID  
  thorough flaking patterns on both faces     
  and a spider bite to the tip. Additionally    
  it has nice frosty patina on side B    

End of Far West Page 5

Count 54


 

 
If you would like to receive an email notification whenever this website is updated, simply click on the
link below, and send the email. You don't have to enter anything in the email, it's all auto-magic !
Notify me of updates: tbaxter999@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Home New Stuff Paleo Archaic
  Other Periods Columbia River Gulf Coastal Gem Points
  Bone&Shell Axes&Tools Indian Beads FieldGrade
  How to Order Far West Flint Tools The Museum
    The Book Store Pottery   
  Contact Us BIG Blades Stolen