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Field Grade & Bargains Page 2   Page 1

This page contains "Field Grade" Native American Indian Arrowheads and other artifacts. Field grade artifacts are artifacts having some damage or lesser craftsmanship in their manufacturing, but are still very collectible items. Also listed on this page are bargain priced artifacts and artifact lots offered for sale.

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Item: Type: Tortugas Base Provenance: Price
RPFG2 A true heart-breaker if ever I've seen one. A semi-translucent white novaculite Found by Greg Perino at the 30.00
Tortugas Base which must have been a real beauty when it was first made and Falcon Reservoir in Texas
intact. It's most interesting trait is the very minute serrations all along it's edges.
This one's screaming out for someone to have it professionally restored
Era: Middle Archaic to Woodland - 1,000 to 6,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino

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Item: Provenance: Price
GBFG9 All Recovered from a private ranch in the town 65.00
  of Hornbrook in Siskiyou County, California  
  A nice study lot of 7 slightly damaged Gunther Barbed Arrowheads  
  in a colorful selection of materials consisting of jasper and agate  
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1000 years old  
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Item: Provenance: Price
GBFG10 All Recovered from a private ranch in the town 20.00
  of Hornbrook in Siskiyou County, California  
  A nice study lot of 4 slightly damaged Gunther Barbed  
  and Desert Delta Obsidian Arrowheads  
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1000 years old  
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Item: Provenance: Price
GBFG11 All Recovered from a private ranch in the town 20.00
  of Hornbrook in Siskiyou County, California  
  A nice study lot of 4 slightly damaged Gunther Barbed  
  and Desert Sierra Obsidian Arrowheads  
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1000 years old  
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Item: Provenance: Price
GBFG15 All Recovered from a private ranch in the town 20.00
  of Hornbrook in Siskiyou County, California  
  A nice study lot of 3 slightly damaged Gunther Barbed  
  Arrowheads in a colorful selection of materials, mostly jasper.  
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1000 years old  
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Item: Provenance: Price
GBFG16 All Recovered from a private ranch in the town 12.00
  of Hornbrook in Siskiyou County, California  
  A nice study lot of 2 slightly damaged Gunther Barbed  
  Arrowheads made from white chert  
  Era: Developmental to Historic Phase - 200 to 1000 years old  
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Item: Description: Provenance: Price
SDFG14 A nice group of 3 slightly crude or damaged Drills and 1 hide Recovered from  30.00
  scraper made from a good variety of flint material. A great study lot Tobacco fields in Corbin  
  Era: Archaic to Woodland, between 1,300 to 3,000 years old and Whitley City, KY  
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Item: Description: Provenance: Price
SDFG16 A nice group of 3 damaged Arrowheads and knife blades made Recovered from  15.00
  from a good variety of flint material. A great study lot Tobacco fields in Corbin  
  Era: Archaic to Woodland, between 1,300 to 3,000 years old and Whitley City, KY  
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Item: Description: Provenance: Price
SDFG17 A nice group of 4 slightly damaged Arrowheads made from a Recovered from  15.00
  good variety of flint material. A great study lot Tobacco fields in Corbin  
  Era: Archaic to Woodland, between 1,300 to 3,000 years old and Whitley City, KY  
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Item: Description: Provenance: Price
SDFG18 A nice group of 5 slightly damaged Arrowheads made from a Recovered from  20.00
  good variety of flint material. A great study lot Tobacco fields in Corbin  
  Era: Archaic to Woodland, between 1,300 to 3,000 years old and Whitley City, KY  
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Item: Description: Provenance: Price
SDFG20 A nice group of 5 slightly damaged Arrowheads made from Recovered from  15.00
  a good variety of flint material. A great study lot Tobacco fields in Corbin  
  Era: Archaic to Woodland, between 1,300 to 3,000 years old and Whitley City, KY  
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Item: Description: Provenance: Price
SDFG21 A nice group of 6 slightly damaged Arrowheads, 1 with fire Recovered from  20.00
  popping and 1 having an impact fracture, made from a good Tobacco fields in Corbin  
  variety of flint material. A great study lot and Whitley City, KY  
  Era: Archaic to Woodland, between 1,300 to 3,000 years old    
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Item: Description: Provenance: Price
SDFG22 A nice group of 4 slightly damaged Arrowheads made from a Recovered from  20.00
  good variety of flint material. A great study lot Tobacco fields in Corbin  
  Era: Archaic to Woodland, between 1,300 to 3,000 years old and Whitley City, KY  

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Item: Description: Provenance: Price
SDFG23 A nice group of 5 slightly damaged Arrowheads made from a Recovered from  20.00
  good variety of flint material. A great study lot Tobacco fields in Corbin  
  Era: Archaic to Woodland, between 1,300 to 3,000 years old and Whitley City, KY  
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Item: Description: Provenance: Price
SDFG24 A nice group of 4 slightly damaged Arrowheads made from a Recovered from  20.00
  good variety of flint material. A great study lot Tobacco fields in Corbin  
  Era: Archaic to Woodland, between 1,300 to 3,000 years old and Whitley City, KY  
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Item: Description: Provenance: Price
SDFG25 A nice group of 6 slightly damaged Arrowheads, 2 which show Recovered from  20.00
  fire popping, made from a good variety of flint material. Tobacco fields in Corbin  
  A great study lot and Whitley City, KY  
  Era: Archaic to Woodland, between 1,300 to 3,000 years old    
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Item: Description: Provenance: Price
SDFG26 A nice group of 6 slightly damaged Arrowheads, 1 which was Recovered from  20.00
  re-cycled into a scraper, made from a good variety of flint Tobacco fields in Corbin  
  material. A great study lot and Whitley City, KY  
  Era: Archaic to Woodland, between 1,300 to 3,000 years old    
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Item: Description: Provenance: Price
SDFG27 A nice group of 5 slightly damaged Arrowheads made from a Recovered from  20.00
  good variety of flint material. A great study lot Tobacco fields in Corbin  
  Era: Archaic to Woodland, between 1,300 to 3,000 years old and Whitley City, KY  
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Item: Description: Provenance: Price
SDFG28 A nice group of 6 slightly damaged Arrowheads, 3 which were Recovered from  20.00
  re-cycled into scrapers, made from a good variety of flint Tobacco fields in Corbin  
  material. A great study lot and Whitley City, KY  
  Era: Archaic to Woodland, between 1,300 to 3,000 years old    
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Item: Description: Provenance: Price
SDFG30 A nice group of 5 slightly damaged Arrowheads made from a Recovered from  20.00
  good variety of flint material. A great study lot Tobacco fields in Corbin  
  Era: Archaic to Woodland, between 1,300 to 3,000 years old and Whitley City, KY  
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Item: Description: Provenance: Price
SDFG31 A nice group of 5 slightly damaged Arrowheads and Arrowhead Recovered from  15.00
  partials made from a good variety of flint material. A great study lot Tobacco fields in Corbin  
  Era: Archaic to Woodland, between 1,300 to 3,000 years old and Whitley City, KY  
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Item: Type: Columbia River Field Grade Lot Provenance: Price
FG70 A set of 3 white chert and quartzite field grade birdpoint arrowheads. Recovered from the 15.00
  The average age of this group is between 200 and 700 years old Columbia River in WA  
    during the 1890's  
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Item: Type: Columbia River Field Grade Study Lot Provenance: Price
FG71 A nice field grade study lot of 5 varied obsidian and basalt Recovered from the 15.00
  Arrowheads from the Columbia River in Oregon. Priced right! Columbia River in OR  
    during the 1890's  
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Item: Type: Columbia River Field Grade Study Lot Provenance: Price
FG72 A nice field grade study lot of 3 varied obsidian Arrowheads Recovered from the 15.00
  from the Columbia River in Oregon. Priced right! Columbia River in OR  
    during the 1890's  
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Item: Type: Columbia River Field Grade Study Lot Provenance: Price
FG74 A nice field grade study lot of 4 varied obsidian Arrowheads Recovered from the 15.00
  from the Columbia River in Oregon. Priced right! Columbia River in OR  
    during the 1890's  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
CHFG2 A very crude, semi-translucent agatized wood paddle drill form Found in Polk Co., TX 15.00
  which appears to have had the drilling tip sheared off. It has nice (Offered by original finder)  
  frosty patina with good flaking patterns, but is mostly just a    
  damaged ancient tool approximately 2,500 years old.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
VAFG1 A nice black and mahogany semi-translucent obsidian Cascade Offered by original  50.00
  Hafted Knife form having vague diagonal banding. Flaking patterns  finder’s family members, 4/27 ON-HOLD tb
  are fairly thorough on both faces in a random pattern and the tip was found in Crook Co., OR  
  anciently nicked off. Not a bad collection "filler" for the money.    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JDFG7 A black flint triangular dart point Found in Texas 15.00
  having an ancient nick to one    
  corner of the base    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JDFG9 An interesting, well formed off- Found in Texas 22.00
  white chert leaf knife blade    
  showing heavy patination    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JDFG11 A fairly meaty mottled red chert  Kentucky 20.00
  corner notched arrowhead which was    
  anciently salvaged as a hafted scraper.    
  An interesting and colorful item    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JDFG18 A fairly crude tan chert tear Found in Texas 15.00
  drop blade having a translucent    
  agate section to one side of the    
  base (this shows as brown, on    
  the right side of photos 1 and 2)    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DPFG2 An off-white chalcedony Archaic  Found in Lonoke Co., 15.00
  stemmed point which was converted Arkansas. Offered for  
  to a spokeshave. An interesting sale by the finder  
  example of lithic recycling    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DAFG439 A fieldgrade lot of 3 knife Recovered in 25.00
 

blades in a variety of

Harney Co., OR  
  materials    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DAFG440 A fieldgrade lot of 1 knife   Recovered in 25.00
 

blade and 2 scraper blades

Harney Co., OR  
  in a variety of materials    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DAFG447 A fairly large and crudely worked From Lane Co., OR 25.00
 

"plain jane" mottled gray chert

   
  "fast and dirty" oval knife blade    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DAFG448 A fieldgrade lot of 4 Recovered on the 20.00
 

knife/scraper blades in

Columbia River, OR  
  a variety of materials    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
LEFG1 A nice little colorful group consisting Recovered in Oldham and 40.00
  of 2 very old arrowhead partials, one Bandera Counties, Texas  
  teardrop birdpoint pre-form and 1 Offered by the finder  
  scraper/saw blade    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
LEFG3 A BIG chunk of off-white, burgundy   Recovered in 24.00
  and blue Alibated flint Core or Mother Potter Co., TX  
  stone, which appears to have been used Offered by the finder  
  as a Fist Axe as well. Quite attractive    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DAFG686 A very fast and dirty flake knife Willamette Valley, 15.00
  blade showing only minimal Linn Co., OR  
  flaking to one cutting edge    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DAFG458 A translucent pink and white Recovered on 20.00
 

chalcedony multi-purpose

Sauvies Island, OR  
  tool, somewhat crude    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DAFG464 A reddish-brown chert "Windust Recovered on the 30.00
 

style" flake knife blade of the "fast

Columbia River, OR  
  and dirty" variety, displaying      
  secondary pressure flaking mostly to    
  only 3 of the 4 edges. Outside of the    
  edge flaking, both surfaces retain    
  most of the original flake's surface    

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