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This page contains Ancient Native American Indian "knapped" flint and chert tools such as Knife Blades, Hide Scrapers and Drills to name a few
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Item: Type: Covington Knife Blade Provenance: Price
GBFT18 A HUGE WHOPPER of an Archaic Covington Knife Blade made from orange Not documented very well, 700.00
colored chert. It's very thin in relation to its size and has thorough percussion found in 1913, in Texas  
flaking patterns to both faces, combined with long, left-handed beveling introduced
through secondary pressure flaking techniques. Obviously created to dress-down
BIG Game kills, this monster would make a great centerpiece to any collection.
  Era: Late Archaic Period - 3,000 to 4,000 years old
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Item: Type: Hare Bi-face Knife Blade Provenance: Price
GBFT19 A somewhat rustic diagonally banded blue and tan flint Hare Bi-face Knife Blade Undocumented, most likely from Oklahoma 150.00
which is thoroughly flaked on both faces but in a crude random fashion. It has a 3/4"
flat spot on one edge (10 o'clock position in photo 1) and has an interesting 3/8"
crystal inclusion near the opposing edge on side A. Quite a work horse of a blade
  Era: Late Archaic to Woodland Period - 2,000 to 3,000 years old
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Item: Type: Side Knife Blade Provenance: Price
GBFT20 A fairly broad, somewhat rustic off-white and blue-gray chert Side Knife Blade Undocumented, most likely from Missouri 125.00
which is thoroughly worked on both faces. Flaking patterns appear to be from a
much older era (Paleo) than this "type" dates to, so I could be mistaken and this
one very well could be a Paleo Preform, I'm just not 100% sure
  Era: Mississippian to Historic Phase - 300 to 500 years old
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Item: Type: Benton Knife Blade Provenance: Price
RCFT109 A very large, broad and meaty light gray flint Benton Knife Blade which is well From an older collection assembled in the 1890's, 165.00
worked on side A with mostly percussion flaking while side B has a large flat found in Lyon County, Kentucky
section in it's middle with slight pressure flaking to it's edges. The base is flat,
most likely as intended by the ancient knapper
  Era: Middle Archaic Period - 4,000 to 6,000 years old Original Collection Display and Information: RCCA1 Details
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Item: Type: Hopewell "Blunt" Provenance: Price
RCFT110 A light gray, brown and pink flint Hopewell "Blunt", scraper in fairly good condition From an older collection assembled in the 1890's, 35.00
  provenance undocumented but most likely from Kentucky
  Era: Woodland Period - 1,500 to 2,500 years old Original Collection Display and Information: RCCA1 Details
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Item: Type: Hillsboro Drill Provenance: Price
RCFT111 A bit of a stubby white quartz Hillsboro Drill which is slightly crude, From an older collection assembled in the 1890's, 20.00
owing to the nature of the host material. found in Virginia (NFI)
  Era: Historic Period - 200 to 300 years old Original Collection Display and Information: RCCA1 Details
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Item: Type: Turtle Back Scraper Provenance: Price
RCFT112 A nice white chert round disk Turtle Back Scraper which is well worked on both From an older collection assembled in the 1890's, 50.00
faces and is in very good condition. These are a tad on the scarce side. It has found in Pike County, Illinois
good mineralization and patina which both testify to it's antiquity
  Era: Early Archaic Period - 6,000 to 9,000 years old Original Collection Display and Information: RCCA1 Details
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Item: Type: Snyders (Hopewell) Scraper Provenance: Price
RCFT113 An off-white and tan flint Snyders Blade which was re-worked down From an older collection assembled in the 1890's, 40.00
to a scraper form, most likely after having been damaged during use found in Pike County, Illinois
  Era: Woodland Period - 1,500 to 2,500 years old Original Collection Display and Information: RCCA1 Details
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Item: Type: Lot of 6 Uni-faced Thumbnail Scrapers Provenance: Price
RPFT56 A very nice starter set consisting of 6 Uni-faced Thumbnail Scrapers in a great colorful Recovered from 75.00
variety of agate and chert host materials. These are all in better than average condition and Campbell County, South Dakota
make a great study-lot for those interested in ancient tools which are seldom offered for sale
  Era: Late Archaic to Woodland Period - 1,300 to 3,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Friday Knife Provenance: Price
RPFT57 An interesting, somewhat crude light tan Edwards Plateau chert Friday Knife Recovered from Central Texas (NFI) 150.00
blade which is quite thin, considering it's length. It shows both direct and indirect
percussion flaking patterns to both faces, with surprisingly no secondary
edgework. It has a slightly twisted form, from the original host material's shape
and it shows slight ancient nicking to either corner of the basal edge.
  Era: Woodland Period - 1,500 to 4,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Set of 4 Flake Knife Blades Provenance: Price
RPFT58 A very nice lot of 4 mottled blue and gray flint uni-faced Found by Greg Perino in 1960 on Cat 75.00
Flake Knife Blades. Quite a nice little set Creek near Fort Gibson Lake, Oklahoma
    Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Set of 3 Cave Find Tools Provenance: Price
RPFT59 A nice little grouping of 3 ancient tools which were all recovered together from Screened from a cave 10 miles 75.00
screening a cave's floor. This group consists of a small drill, a white chert crescent southeast of Las Vegas, New Mexico
and a colorful, very thin mottled pink chert mini-knife form. A great study lot Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Early Triangular Knife Blade Provenance: Price
RPFT60 A fairly long, somewhat crude, very thick and sturdy mottled red and cream colored rhyolite Early Recovered from 125.00
Triangular Knife Blade which appears to be "all there" as it was anciently made and used. Flaking Southwestern Arkansas
patterns are extremely subdued, owing to the rough nature of the surface of the host material
  Era: Early Archaic Period - 7,000 to 9,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Adena Blade Provenance: Price
RPFT61 A fairly long, well made and sturdy off-white Burlington chert Adena Knife Blade which is Recovered from 500.00
thoroughly flaked on both faces by an experienced knapper. It appears to be "all there" as it St. Clair County, Illinois
was anciently made and used, and would make a great centerpiece to any collection
  Era: Late Archaic to Woodland Period - 1,200 to 3,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Ovoid Knife Blade Provenance: Price
RPFT62 A glossy speckled brown-gray chert Ovoid Knife Blade which has mostly direct percussion flaking Recovered from the Arkansas River 150.00
patterns in the center of each face, with secondary pressure flaking mostly around both cutting in Kay County, Oklahoma
edges on side A. It looks to be a somewhat crude but well used tool and is quite thin for it's size.
  Era: Archaic Period - 1,000 to 3,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: 7 Piece Hopewell Tool Set Provenance: Price
RPFT63 A Fantastic collection consisting of 6 Hopewell Flake Knife blades Found by Greg Perino 150.00
and 1 Graver in a nice variety of materials, a rare offering in Calhoun County, Illinois
  Era: Woodland Period - 1,500 to 2,500 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Set of 11 Drills and Gravers Provenance: Price
RPFT64 A fantastic group of 11 uni-faced Drills and Gravers, all found by Found by Greg Perino at the 150.00
"The Master", Greg Perino at a well-known and documented ancient site. Jaketown Site (22HU505) in
A GREAT cross-section of materials and tools and a rare offering Humphrey County, Mississippi
  Era: Mississippian Period - 1,100 to 1,500 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Lot of 5 Hopewell Uni-faced Flake Knives & Drills Provenance: Price
RPFT65 An archaeologist's dream. A nice lot of 5 Hopewell stone tools consisting of 3 Found by Greg Perino at the Merigan site 150.00
uni-faced Flake Knives and 2 small drills in a great cross-section of colorful chert in Calhoun County, Illinois
materials and sizes. Quite an intriguing and rare lot from a well-known ancient site
  Era: Woodland Period - 1,500 to 2,500 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Dalton Scraper Provenance: Price
RPFT66 A most interesting white and tan chalcedony Hafted Scraper which was made by re- Recovered from 85.00
cycling a damaged Dalton Dart point. This one is "all there" with thorough flaking patterns McCurtain County, Oklahoma
to both faces and additional pressure flaking to both sides of it's working edge. Tools
made from re-cycled point types are quite scarce, especially one of this age bracket
  Era: Early Archaic Period - 9,200 to 10,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Set of 3 Micro-Bladette Core Stones Provenance: Price
RPFT67 A nice colorful set of 3 Core Stones from which flakes were struck Found by Greg Perino 85.00
to make ancient micro flake blades. Quite a collectible lot from a at the Jaketown site (22HU505)
well known and documented site, found by "The Master" himself in Humphreys County, Mississippi
  Era: Mississippian Period - 1,100 to 1,500 years old Ex: Greg Perino
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Item: Type: Cascade Knife Provenance: Price
JCFT42 A somewhat thick, sturdy and slightly crude black and brown chert Cascade Knife Blade which shows Recovered from 75.00
minimal flaking patterns to both faces, mostly made by the direct percussion technique. It has an ancient Pershing Co., NV 50.00
edge "shear" to one side which runs from the bottom of the base upwards for a length of 3/4" and is
most likely just the way this one was made. If I had to pass judgment on this knife blade, I would say
that it was a "fast & dirty" job created in a hurried fashion out of necessity. This blade was a "hand-
held" knife, having a good "thumb rest" opposing the cutting edge. (center-right side in photo 4)
  Era: Early Archaic Period - 4,000 to 8,000 years old
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Item: Type: Fremont Triangular Knife Provenance: Price
JCFT44 A fairly thin, flat and quite crude orange chert Fremont Triangular Knife Blade Recovered from 85.00
which has moderate flaking patterns to both faces and also shows heavy tannic Humboldt Co., NV 50.00
staining, especially to side A, from being submerged in a water body
  Era: Developmental Phase - 800 to 1,600 years old
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Item: Type: Uni-faced Cascade Scraper Provenance: Price
DAFT740 A highly unusual semi-translucent duo-flow obsidian Uni-faced Cascade Scraper which was Recovered from Eastern Oregon, 50.00
made from a thick flake-spawl and which shows very detailed flaking patterns to side A. most likely in Lake County
Interestingly, it retains the curved "lip" from it's intentional break from the host mother spawl.
  Era: Early Archaic Period - 4,000 to 8,000 years old
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Item: Type: Paleo Uni-faced Hafted Side-Scraper Provenance: Price
DAFT741 A very nice black basalt Paleo Uni-faced Hafted Side-Scraper which is very thick and Recovered from a Paleo site in 75.00
sturdy and well-worked on side A. (Typical of most scrapers, side B is flat and un-worked) Eastern Oregon
This one is quite large, for the type and was obviously used during the "big game" era
  Era: Paleo Period - 8,000 to 13,200 years old (dated by site context)
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Item: Type: Flat Back Paleo Crescent Knife Blade Provenance: Price
DAFT742 A fairly large and attractive black dacite Flat Back Paleo Crescent Knife Blade which shows good and thorough early flaking Recovered from a Paleo site in 175.00
patterns to both faces. It was made on a large spawl and retains the original outer flat layer of this spawl both along one edge Eastern Oregon
(photos 2 & 4) as well as on the bottom of the base. (photos 8 & 10) These "flat sections" were not caused by damage, but
are rather just the way this one was made, as part of the original manufacturing process. Quite a unique and interesting artifact
  Era: Paleo Period - 8,000 to 13,200 years old (dated by site context)
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Item: Type: Paleo Trigger Awl Provenance: Price
DAFT743 A very large (for type) black obsidian Paleo Trigger Awl made from a huge flake-spawl. It Recovered from a Paleo site in 75.00
shows early flaking patterns mostly around it's working edges and retains a large portion of Eastern Oregon
the original spawl's flat surface and outer cortex on both faces as well as the bottom of the
basal area. A heavy-duty working tool from the age of the Mammoth hunters
  Era: Paleo Period - 8,000 to 13,200 years old (dated by site context)
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Item: Type: Paleo Scraper/Knife Blade Provenance: Price
DAFT744 A very large (for type) and sturdy black dacite Paleo Scraper and Knife blade Recovered from a Paleo site in 200.00
combination tool which is almost uni-faced having only slight flaking patterns along a Eastern Oregon
single cutting edge on side B, where side A is thoroughly flaked in the "old school"
style. Quite a unique and most ancient tool from the era of the BIG game
(Mammoth) hunters, the very first "Indians" to inhabit the North American Continent
  Era: Paleo Period - 8,000 to 13,200 years old (dated by site context)
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Item: Type: Hafted Scraper Provenance: Price
DAFT745 A fairly large black dacite Hafted Scraper which shows early flaking patterns to Recovered from a Paleo site in 125.00
both faces and a flat section to one edge where the host spawl was "sheared" Eastern Oregon 75.00
from the host stone. Quite a nice example of the earliest man's stone tools
  Era: Paleo Period - 8,000 to 13,200 years old (dated by site context)
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Item: Type: Hide Rubbing Stone Provenance: Price
DAFT746 A nice, highly pecked and polished black basalt Hide Rubbing Recovered from the lower 130.00
Stone which was used in part of the hide tanning process Columbia River in Oregon 75.00
    Ex: Milton Tuck

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Item: Type: Paddle Drill Provenance: Price
RCFT106 A light gray, lavender and off white chert Paddle Drill which is well formed and From the George & Beth Miller collection. The Millers mostly hunted 20.00
appears to be "all there" as it was anciently made and used. Bargain priced to sell! ancient sites in Modoc County, California, Oregon and Churchill
County, Nevada. From our experience with artifacts from these
  Era: Classic to Historic Phase - 200 to 700 years old areas, we judge this one to be from Churchill County, Nevada
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Item: Type: Archaic Winged Drill Provenance: Price
RCFT107 A well formed river polished black dacite Winged Drill From the George & Beth Miller collection. The Millers mostly hunted 15.00
which sadly has a "snapped" base. Priced accordingly ancient sites in Modoc County, California, Oregon and Churchill
County, Nevada. From our experience with artifacts from these
  Era: Late Archaic Period - 2,300 to 3,400 years old areas, we judge this one to be from Lake County, Oregon
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Item: Type: Hafted Scraper Provenance: Price
RCFT108 A fairly large (for type) brown jasper Hafted Scraper from the From the George & Beth Miller collection. The Millers mostly hunted 30.00
Humboldt series era. It's quite sturdy and well worked on both faces ancient sites in Modoc County, California, Oregon and Churchill
and appears to be "all there" as it was anciently made and used County, Nevada. From our experience with artifacts from these
  Era: Early to Mid-Archaic Period - 5,000 to 7,000 years old areas, we judge this one to be from Churchill County, Nevada
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Item: Type: Vandenberg Stemmed Knife Provenance: Price
FT105 A nice medium-sized chocolate brown Franciscan chert Vandenberg Stemmed Recovered from 125.00
Knife blade which is well flaked on both faces but which shows ancient usage Santa Barbara, California 75.00
wear to the tip as well as to one of it's cutting edges. It also appears to have had
it's stem re-shaped in ancient times
  Era: Middle Archaic to Developmental Phase - 1,500 to 5,000 years old
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Item: Type: Shaft Scraper Provenance: Price
FT106 A very unique uni-faced chocolate brown Franciscan chert Shaft Scraper which Recovered from 75.00
appears to have a sheared base from ancient use. Quite an interesting item. Santa Barbara, California 35.00
  Era: Middle Archaic to Developmental Phase - 1,500 to 5,000 years old
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Item: Type: Cascade Knife Provenance: Price
FT107 A most interesting black dacite Cascade Knife blade made on a HUGE flake and Recovered from 175.00
retaining the percussion bulb from the original flake's form on side B at the base. It Southern Oregon 95.00
shows super, super advanced minute micro-flaking patterns along one edge of side A
as well as to a single edge at the centerline of side B. At first I thought that this one was
an "unfinished" Knife blade, but I learned differently. (See this blade featured on my
museum page under the topic: "Only the necessary... An article on "unfinished" tools")
  Era: Early Archaic Period - 4,000 to 8,000 years old
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Item: Type: Winged Drill Provenance: Price
FT109 A very nice, and quite small (for type) light green-gray chert Winged Drill which Recovered from 30.00
has good flaking patterns around it's working edges. Quite an attractive piece. Central Texas 20.00
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Item: Type: Pencil Drills (2) Provenance: Price
FT110 A nice pair of Archaic gray and black chert Pencil Drills Recovered from Northern Alabama 40.00
which show thorough flaking patterns to both faces. in the Tennessee River area 30.00
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Item: Type: Stemmed Drill Provenance: Price
FT111 A very attractive creamy white chert Stemmed Drill which was re-worked from a Plains Recovered from 50.00
Triangular point. The craftsmanship is superior with thorough flaking patterns on both Sheridan, Wyoming 30.00
faces by an accomplished knapper. It's "all there" as it was anciently made and used.
  Era: Proto-Historic Period - 150 to 200 years old
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Item: Type: Drill Provenance: Price
FT112 A very rustic and crude semi-translucent obsidian Drill Found by L.L Valdivia in 10.00
which has only sparse flaking patterns to the tip area. Northwestern California
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Item: Type: Morse Knife Provenance: Price
DIFT29 Now this one is one Striking item! A gorgeous, colorful glossy lavender, tan and Found by Maggie Graham 650.00
blue high grade flint Morse Knife Blade which is very sturdy and well made. It on the Tennessee River
measures 4 3/4" x 1 1/4" and has exceptional and thorough flaking patterns to in Hardin County, Tennessee
both faces with nice, intricate secondary pressure flaking patterns to it's edges.
Just an exceptional piece that's "all there" as it was anciently made and used.
  Era: Woodland Period - 1,500 to 3,000 years old Jackson COA
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Item: Type: Friday Knife Blade Provenance: Price
DIFT30 A most attractive semi-translucent mottled blue and white with "flecks" of black Recovered from 280.00
chalcedony Friday Knife Blade. It closely resembles moss-agate and measures 3 1/4" long Zapata County, Texas
with thorough flaking patterns to both faces, although the flaking patterns are slightly
subdued owing to the nature of the host material. It shows traces of ancient re-sharpening
to one edge of the tip which gives the tip a "hooked" appearance. (photos 6 & 7)
  Era: Woodland Period - 1,500 to 4,000 years old Rogers COA
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Item: Type: Friday Knife Blade Provenance: Price
DIFT31 A most interesting dark gray chert Friday Knife Blade which measures 3 13/16" Found in Ingram, Texas 495.00
x 1 15/16". It's well formed although it's also obvious that the ancient knapper
had difficulty flaking this one and ran into a few sections, mostly in the center of Ex: Doss
side A, which resisted flaking, leaving a few (slight) flake terminating ledges. Ex: Wheless
  Era: Woodland Period - 1,500 to 4,000 years old Rogers COA
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Item: Type: Darl Knife Blade Provenance: Price
DIFT32 A fairly thin dark gray chert Darl Knife Blade which measures 3 5/8" x 1 5/8". It's fairly well Recovered 525.00
flaked on both faces, but mostly by crude percussion flaking. It shows hints of left hand beveling from Central Texas
on both faces with more intricate secondary pressure flaking patterns along the beveled edges. Ex: Al Kennedy
  Era: Woodland Period - 1,000 to 2,500 years old Rogers COA
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Item: Type: Gahagan Blade Provenance: Price
DIFT33 A very dark and attractive purple chert Gahagan Blade which is well flaked on both Recovered from 325.00
faces by the ancient percussion method, resembling similar artifacts from the Paleo Webb County, Texas
period. It measures 3 1/4" x 1 3/16" and had very intricate secondary pressure
flaking to it's cutting edges which resulted in shallow serration patterns. It's VERY
thin for a knife blade, but definitely could get the job done with it's still sharp edges. Ex: Al Kennedy
  Era: Woodland Period - 1,500 to 4,000 years old Rogers COA
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Item: Type: LeFlore Blade Provenance: Price
DIFT35 YIKES!... Now this one's a REAL beauty! A mottled white, pink and burgundy heat Recovered from 350.00
treated Reed Springs chert LeFlore Blade, which started out as a Caddo Blade until it was LeFlore County, Oklahoma
anciently reduced to it's current "Drill Form". It measures 3 7/8" x 7/16 and is thoroughly Ex: John Richardson
flaked on both faces to a median ridge. Just an outstanding and attractive artifact. Ex: Steve Granger
  Era: Mississippian Period - 600 to 800 years old Perino COA

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Item: Type: Kinney Knife Blade Provenance: Price
DIFT19 A fairly large, very broad and very thin light tan chert Kinney Knife Blade which is in perfect Found by Todd Lane on the old 630.00
condition, fresh as the day it was made. Flaking patterns are thorough on both faces and it Nueces River near Laguna in
has great secondary pressure flaking all around it's edges. Just a spectacular artifact! Uvalde County, Texas
  Era: Middle Archaic to Woodland Period - 2,000 to 5,000 years old Rogers COA
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Item: Type: Covington Knife Blade Provenance: Price
DIFT20 A HUGE and most attractive mottled gray flint Covington Knife Blade which has Recovered from 780.00
attractive, thorough flaking on both faces by an ancient knapper who really knew Central Texas (NFI)
what he was doing, coupled with good secondary pressure flaking to it's edges.
It's quite thin for it's size and is just an exceptional ancient artifact
  Era: Late Archaic Period - 3,000 to 4,000 years old Rogers COA
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Item: Type: Gahagan Knife Blade Provenance: Price
DIFT22 A highly attractive and quite thin mottled light blue-gray flint Gahagan Knife Blade Recovered from 840.00
which is thoroughly flaked on both faces with very intricate serrated pressure flaking Bell County, Texas
patterns along all of it's cutting edges. Quite an exceptional and very scarce artifact.
  Era: Woodland Period - 1,500 to 4,000 years old Rogers COA

 

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