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Indian arrowheads and other ancient relics from
the Far Western regions which includes the Great Basin

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Item: Type: Cascade Knife Provenance: Price
TDIFW526 A very unusual blue-green, off-white and tan chert Cascade Knife Blade which Found during the 1940's through 220.00
was made on a large flake and which retains 35% of the original flake's flat form 1960's by the Spradling family in 195.00
vertically in the center of side B (photos 3 and 5) with secondary pressure flaking Northern Nevada
isolated to only the outer cutting edges on this side. Side A is thoroughly flaked by
an intermediate knapper. Quite a striking item, if for the unusual color alone.
Era: Early Archaic Period - 4,000 to 8,000 years old Stermer COA
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Item: Type: Parman Knife Provenance: Price
TDIFW527 A very meaty and fairly large mottled blue, light brown and gray chert Parman Found during the 1940's through SOLD
Knife Blade which is fairly well flaked on both faces, mostly by percussion flaking 1960's by the Spradling family in  
with secondary pressure flaking along it's cutting edges. It has a curious diagonal Northern Nevada 1/28
step on side B which could better be described as a shallow stack, where the host
material resisted all attempts at flaking from multiple directions. Quite a respectable
and large piece for the type, made from a material which is specific to Nevada.
Era: Early Archaic Period - 9,000 to 10,500 years old Stermer COA dlpa
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Item: Type: Cascade Bi-pointed Knife Provenance: Price
TDIFW529 A very nice and quite large, very well made opaque black obsidian Cascade Bi-Pointed Knife Blade. Found during the 1940's through 875.00
This one's REALLY a piece of art. It's INCREDIBLY and THOROUGHLY well flaked on both faces 1960's by the Spradling family in 775.00
by a nice combination of percussion and pressure flaking styles. It has a vertical 1-1/8" long single ledge Northern Nevada
"stack" in the center of side A, where flaking patterns were terminated by a stubborn, knap-resistant
section of the host material. (Since it's only a 1-stepper, not a true stack, it's almost unnoticeable) It has
very slight usage wear marks along it's edges and a semi-circular nick to one edge, but this appears to be
caused by a slip during the knapping process. (lower right side in photo 5 and in all of thee close-ups)
Era: Early Archaic Period - 4,000 to 8,000 years old
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Item: Type: Humboldt Concave-Base Provenance: Price
TDIFW610 A fairly good-sized, well made opaque black obsidian Humboldt Concave-base Recovered from 350.00
dart point which is well flaked on both faces with nice oblique transverse flaking Lake County, Oregon 290.00
patterns on side A. The basal area is lightly ground, which places this beauty in
the earliest years of the Era date range below. It's only flaw is a diagonal "step"
right at the hafting line very near the left edge in photo 4. Just a great piece! Ex: Estergreen
Era: Early to mid-Archaic - 5,000 to 7,000 years old Stermer COA
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Item: Type: Double Tipped Elko Corner Notched Provenance: Price
TDIFW622 A highly unusual double tipped black obsidian Elko Corner Notched Arrowhead Recovered from 120.00
which is thoroughly flaked on both faces. The double tip is definitely intentionally Lake County, Oregon 95.00
done, although it "might" have been an afterthought, salvaging a damaged point.
Era: Late Archaic to Developmental Phase - 1,200 to 3,500 years old
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Item: Type: Haskett Provenance: Price
TDIFW625 A REAL heart-breaker of an extremely Rare type. A very long, slender and well-made opaque black Recovered from SOLD
obsidian Haskett Blade which is thoroughly flaked in the old Paleo style on both faces to a median Lake County, Oregon  
ridge by an expert knapper. It has very good basal grinding, but unfortunately it was broken in two 1/20
and glued back together, almost seamlessly. Published in Overstreet's Guide to Indian Arrowheads,
Edition 10 - page 1043. This piece was also pictured in Dewey Dietz article on Northern Great Basin
paleo points in the I. A. M. (Indian Artifacts Magazine) Vol 11-2  April 1992.  Ex: Carrol B. Howe  
Era: Late Paleo Period - 8,000 to 12,000 years old Stermer COA dlpa
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Item: Type: Desert Sierra Provenance: Price
TDIFW629 A nice, paper-thin, fully translucent obsidian Desert Sierra Arrowhead which Recovered from 100.00
was made on a flake and which retains slight curvature from the original flake's Deschutes County, Oregon 80.00
form. It's thoroughly flaked on both faces, although it appears to have slight river
polishing which slightly subdues the flaking patterns. A nice little gem.
Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 700 years old Ex: Estergreen
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Item: Type: Desert Sierra Provenance: Price
TDIFW630 A most attractive, almost paper-thin black dacite Desert Sierra Arrowhead which is well flaked on both Recovered from 250.00
faces with most intriguing "ribbon" oblique transverse flaking patterns on side A. The experienced Lake County, Oregon 4/12 ON-HOLD fk
knapper who created this beauty must not have been wearing his glasses when he made this one, as he
just missed "perfect symmetry" by a VERY close margin. Published in the "Oregon Artifacts" article in
I.A.M. (Indian Artifacts Magazine) Vol. 20-3 July 2001 pg. 42. Also published in Overstreet's Guide
to Indian Arrowheads, Edition 10 - page 1011 where it's listed as a G10. (perfect arrowhead)
Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 700 years old Ex: Shaver dlgp
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Item: Type: Cascade Knife Blade Provenance: Price
TDIFW21 A nice, meaty, good-sized gray mouse obsidian Cascade Knife Blade having vertical black banding. Found in Nevada, with no 150.00
It's thoroughly flaked on both faces but has a serious 1/2" lateral shear to the straight edge near the further information documented 130.00
tip. (right side in photo 4) Other than that, this one is "all there" as it was anciently made and used.
Era: Early Archaic Period - 4,000 to 8,000 years old
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Item: Type: Cascade Dagger Provenance: Price
TDIFW23 A blue-gray dacite Cascade Dagger form which has a squared-off tapered stem Found in Nevada, with no 175.00
for establishing a nice "press-fit" into a bone or wooden handle. It's thoroughly further information documented 140.00
flaked on both faces by an experienced knapper and appears to have no damage.
Era: Early Archaic Period - 4,000 to 8,000 years old

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
BYFW7 An almost translucent, slightly opalescent white Offered by the original finder 50.00
  agate Rose Springs Corner-notched arrowhead who found this one on his  
  from the Developmental to Classic phases, ranch in Harney Co., OR  
  between 600 and 1,600 years old. It's well  (details to buyer)  
  flaked on both faces by an intermediate knapper.    
  The stem is totally intact, as made but it has a    
  slight ancient nick just above one of the barbs.    
  Still a superior specimen.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DFFW18 An interesting black obsidian Quarry Blank Modoc Co., CA 30.00
  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 25.00
  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    
  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    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
SLFW6 A paper-thin purplish-burgundy chert Eastgate Found by the seller in 215.00
  arrowhead having very thorough and intricate Owhyee Co., ID  
  flaking patterns to both faces and just a great    
  overall classic form. It's "almost" perfect with     
  the exception of a small ancient dip to one edge    
  at the centerline, which appears to have been    
  caused by an overly aggressive pressure flake.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
MBFW96 A most interesting horizontally banded  Undocumented but 50.00
  mahogany and black obsidian duo-flow most likely Oregon  
  Elko Eared dart point having good      
  flaking patterns to both faces and an    
  unfortunate clip to one tang. It also has    
  a very sharp needle-tip Ex: Daryl Baker  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
BYFW2 A good-sized and quite sturdy opaque black obsidian  Offered by the original finder 35.00
  Chilcotin Plateau Knife blade. Side A's surface is well who found this one on his  
  flaked in a random fashion, while side B only has ranch in Harney Co., OR  
  secondary pressure flaking to the edges and around (details to buyer)  
  the tip. It has ancient nicks to both barbs and one    
  corner of the base was also anciently nicked off. Still    
  an interesting piece for it's form, from the Early    
  Archaic period, between 5,000 and 8,000 years old    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
BYFW3 An extremely well-made opaque black obsidian Gatecliff  Offered by the original finder SOLD
  Knife form from the middle to late Archaic period, between who found this one on his 3/29
  3,000 to 5,000 years old. Flaking patterns are very ranch in Harney Co., OR  
  thorough to both faces, executed by an advanced knapper. (details to buyer)  
  The end of the base was unfortunately snapped off in    
  ancient times. Still quite a striking piece for it's antiquity.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
GBFW34 A fairly nice obsidian Excelsior blade Recovered in 110.00
  showing percussion flaking to both Lake Co., OR  
  faces and secondary pressure flaking    
  around all edges. It appears to have     
  been made by an intermediate knapper    
  and displays slight river polish    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
GBFW38 A very nice gray mouse obsidian    Recovered in 45.00
  Buchanan Eared blade which was Sacramento Co., CA  
  anciently re-sharpened almost to the    
  point of taking on a drill-form. It has    
  nice oblique transverse flaking     
  patterns on both faces, a slight nick to    
  the tip and 1 anciently sheared auricle    

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Item:

Type: Eastgate Split Stem Knife Form

Provenance:

Price

RCFW219

An attractive translucent moonstone agate with slight

From the George & Beth Miller collection.

24.00

 

brown diagonal banding Eastgate Split-stem Knife Form

The Millers mostly hunted ancient sites in

 

 

having somewhat sparse flaking patterns, mostly around

Modoc County, California, Oregon and   

 

 

the cutting edges on both faces. Both basal stems have

Churchill County, Nevada.

 

 

ancient knicks, which essentially left little of these stems

From our experience with artifacts from

 

 

Era: Developmental to Classic Phase 400 to 1500 years old

these areas, we judge this one to be from

 

 

Details about the George & Beth Miller collection

Churchill County, Nevada

 

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Item:

Type: Cascade Dart Point

Provenance:

Price

RCFW220

A most attractive mottled blue and gray flint (petrified

From the George & Beth Miller collection.

75.00

 

wood?) Cascade Dart point which is well flaked on

The Millers mostly hunted ancient sites in

 

 

both faces with a darker patina on side B.

Modoc County, California, Oregon and   

 

 

 

Churchill County, Nevada.

 

 

 

From our experience with artifacts from

 

 

Era: Archaic Period - 4,000 to 8,000 years old

these areas, we judge this one to be from

 

 

Details about the George & Beth Miller collection

Churchill County, Nevada

 

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Item:

Type: Hafted Arrow Shaft Scraper

Provenance:

Price

RCFW221

Now some unscrupulous sellers would try to classify this one as an "Eccentric" in an attempt

From the George & Beth Miller collection.

65.00

 

to inflate this artifact's price by mis-representing it's "type" (Snake Effigy... I don't think so) In

The Millers mostly hunted ancient sites in

 

 

all reality, I think that this one is simply a hafted Arrow Shaft Scraping tool, albeit a very

Modoc County, California, Oregon and   

 

 

interesting one. This piece is made from a vaguely banded blue and black obsidian and is

Churchill County, Nevada.

 

 

thoroughly flaked on both faces in a mostly random pattern and is quite unique in it's own right

From our experience with artifacts from

 

 

Era: Archaic Period - 5,000 to 7,000 years old

these areas, we judge this one to be from

 

 

Details about the George & Beth Miller collection

South Eastern Oregon

 

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Item:

Type: Cottonwood Leaf Dart Point

Provenance:

Price

RCFW222

A semi-translucent golden-brown jasper/agate Cottonwood  

From the George & Beth Miller collection.

30.00

 

Leaf Dart point which was made on a flake and retains 20% of

The Millers mostly hunted ancient sites in

 

 

the original flake's flat surface running vertically on side B. Side

Modoc County, California, Oregon and   

 

 

A is well flaked with only a slight flat, un-worked section.

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

Churchill County, Nevada

 

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DFBB2 A HUGE, broad Late Paleo/Early Archaic period stemmed  hafted Recovered in SE Oregon 1500.00
  Obsidian Butchering Knife form which is well flaked on both faces, which is Paleo territory  
  mostly by percussion technique. It shows heavy river polish, and must    
  have been setting on a shoreline for thousands of years before the water       
  body dried up, leaving a fair amount of caliche deposits on side B. It's a    
  bit on the asymmetrical side with a nice rounded base, and it leaves little    
  doubt that it wasn't used to skin rabbits! This was a big-game processor    
  and would make an excellent centerpiece to any western collection. Stermer COA dlbb

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DFFW21 A very nice, somewhat iridescent gray-black obsidian Recovered from 75.00
  Chilcotin Plateau hafted Knife form. It's well flaked on Lake Co., OR  
  both faces by an intermediate knapper and dates to the    
  early Archaic period between 5,000 and 8,000 years old. Stermer COA  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DFFW24 A very interesting and quite unique diagonally banded light gray Recovered from 75.00
  obsidian Pinto Basin from the Archaic period. It has slight Lake Co., OR  
  curvature from the host stone's original form and the flaking    
  patterns are quite subdued from a combination of river polish and    
  desert weathering. It has a highly unusual needle tip with good     
  edge serrations not normally seen with this particular type, and was    
  most likely used as a multi-purpose saw/perforator hafted tool    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
VAFT3 A snow-white chalcedony-chert Archaic Cascade Knife blade Offered by original 75.00
  which shows amateurish flaking patterns mostly around it's edges. finder’s family members,  
  This beauty must have been HUGE in it's earlier incarnations, and found in Crook Co., OR  
  was anciently resharpened down to the point of exhaustion as    
  evidenced by the very obvious hafting line shown in photos 1 and    
  4. The surfaces on both side A and side B are mostly flat in the    
  center from the form of the original host stone. Slightly crude, but    
  still an excellent study in ancient tool manufacture and use.   dlft

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
VAFW3 A very sturdy black obsidian Archaic (Cascade) period Dagger/Knife blade, Offered by original 300.00
  which is thoroughly flaked on both faces, with the exception of a section in the finder’s family members,  
  center of side B which retains a flatter percussion flake area. (center of photo 3) found in Crook Co., OR  
  Flaking patterns are quite extensive and detailed executed by a very experienced    
  knapper. This rare dagger form has good, intricate basal thinning flaking patterns    
  (photo 6) coupled with an intentional hafting stop-ledge on side A. (photo 5) The     
  form of this ancient weapon indicates that it was pressure-fitted into a bone handle    
  for use. Quite an extraordinary example of a seldom offered for sale artifact.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
SLGB20 A most interesting opaque black obsidian Personal find from  65.00
  Humbolt triangular arrowhead anciently the Alvord desert  
  re-worked into a drill form with a needle in Oregon  
  tip. Has nice oblique flaking to the median    
  ridge, very thin and attractive piece    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW75 A most interesting opaque black obsidian Elko Eared dart point   Found in 65.00
  having a most attractive "tar-like" surface. It's quite sturdy, made Humboldt Co. NV  
  on a flake it retains slight curvature from the original flake's form.    
  It's well worked on both faces with 2 pressure flaking flute    
  channels on the base of side A. Somehow it sustained a lateral    
  fracture from the tip of one ear as well as one corner of one    
  stem of the base. (right side in photo 2) Still an attractive piece    
  made by a knapper who knew what he was doing.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW78 A slightly broad mottled brown chert Found in 24.00
  Elko Wide Notched Arrowhead Washoe Co., NV  
  created in a somewhat fast & dirty    
  fashion by a somewhat novice knapper    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW94 An ultra-thin, semi-translucent brown and white agate Eastgate Found in 125.00
  Arrowhead, well flaked on both faces but with patterns typical Churchill Co., NV  
  of an intermediate knapper. (Or just a very cautious advanced    
  knapper who was afraid of snapping this ultra-thin piece) It has    
  an old, slight lateral impact fracture to the tip running down one    
  edge for about 1/8" and a very small nick to the center of one    
  tang. Still an attractive piece showing superior craftsmanship    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW95 A very sturdy, semi-translucent, vertically banded duo-flow   Found in 50.00
  obsidian Humboldt Constricted Base dart point. Flaking is Pershing Co., NV  
  fairly thorough to both faces but in a random pattern    
  indicative of a novice knapper    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW96 A very Archaic semi-translucent obsidian Humboldt Found in 125.00
  Constricted Base dart point well flaked on both faces by an Humboldt Co., NV  
  intermediate knapper. The form and patina all indicate that    
  this one is an earlier example of this type. Any basal tangs    
  which this one might have had were long lost in ancient times    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW100 A nice, sturdy semi-translucent obsidian Elko Corner Found in 110.00
  Notched Knife/Saw blade, well flaked on both faces, Washoe Co., NV  
  just not by a particularly accomplished knapper    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW101 A good-sized opaque obsidian Alberta Knife blade, well Found in 225.00
  flaked on both faces with usage wear marks to the cutting Churchill Co., NV  
  edges and an ancient nick to the tip. Still a pretty attractive    
  piece. It has nice basal grinding as testimony to it's antiquity    
  but the bottom of the base was snapped off in ancient times    
  leaving a lateral shear mark to the bottom of the base.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW106 A nice mottled off-white, gray and tan Humboldt Constricted Found in 60.00
  Base Blade form. It has a circular chip from the face of side  Churchill Co., NV  
  B near the tip and the base was broken and glued about 3/8"    
  from the basal edge    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW107 A very nice and quite symmetrical semi-translucent smoky Found in 125.00
  gray obsidian Northern Side Notched Arrowhead made Churchill Co., NV  
  on a flake and retaining some curvature from the original    
  flake's form. Both faces are well flaked with the exception    
  of a 10% flat remaining from the original flake's surface in    
  the center of the hafting area on side B    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW108 A fairly sturdy, desert polished obsidian Elko Corner Notched Found in 120.00
  blade form. It's well flaked on both faces with minute Churchill Co., NV  
  secondary pressure flaking along the curved cutting edge.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCFW110 A good looking, very sturdy obsidian Cordilleran Found in 225.00
  knife blade, well flaked on both faces and showing Churchill Co., NV  
  good desert polish    

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