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Pacific Northwest and Alaska page 1   Page 2

This page contains arrowheads, bone tools and other artifacts from the Pacific Northwest and Alaska
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Item: Type: Damaged Harpoon Toggles & Sections Provenance: Price
DHPN101 An assorted group of 6 somewhat damaged Harpoon Toggles and sections Recovered from SOLD
made from fossilized Walrus tusks and bone. A nice study group with a few Point Barrow, Alaska  
many the pieces have intricately incised patterns
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Set of 3 Prongs & Lances Provenance: Price
DHPN102 A nice set of 3 bone and Walrus tusk ivory Prongs & Lances Recovered from 75.00
in average condition Point Barrow, Alaska
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: 2 Walrus Tusk Ivory Scrapers Provenance: Price
DHPN103 A nice pair of Scrapers made from a fossilized Walrus tusk, Recovered from 50.00
one of which is slotted for suspension Point Barrow, Alaska
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Harpoon Point Provenance: Price
DHPN104 A somewhat rustic, quite aged single-barbed Harpoon Tip Recovered from 65.00
made from a fossilized Walrus tusk, in pretty fair condition Point Barrow, Alaska
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Lance Tip Provenance: Price
DHPN108 A good sized socketed Lance Tip made from a fossilized Walrus tusk Recovered from 75.00
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's) Point Barrow, Alaska
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Item: Type: Ivory Bag Handles Provenance: Price
DHPN111 A pair of slightly damaged, holed fossilized Walrus tusk ivory bag handles Recovered from 25.00
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Deer Arrow (Harpoon Tip) Provenance: Price
DHPN113 A good-sized, somewhat rustic "Plain Jane" Deer Arrow (Harpoon Point) made Recovered from 35.00
from a fossilized Walrus tusk and having old time chip damage to the tip Point Barrow, Alaska
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Barbed Lances Provenance: Price
DHPN114 A nice pair of Barbed Lances made from a fossilized Walrus tusk. One is Recovered from 130.00
completely intact while the more slender piece is missing it's base. Point Barrow, Alaska
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Socketed Harpoon Tip Provenance: Price
DHPN115 A fairly small (for type) somewhat rustic socketed Harpoon Tip made from Recovered from 35.00
a fossilized Walrus tusk and having slight old time damage to it's tip Point Barrow, Alaska
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Deer Arrow Provenance: Price
DHPN116 A highly polished single barbed Deer Arrow (Harpoon Tip) made from Recovered from 20.00
a fossilized Walrus tusk and showing damage to the tip and base Point Barrow, Alaska
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Slotted Harpoon Toggle Provenance: Price
DHPN117 A fairly rustic Slotted Harpoon Toggle made from a fossilized Walrus tusk Recovered from 50.00
and having one slot on each side for the insertion of a sharpened cutting Point Barrow, Alaska
stone. It's in better than average condition
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Socketed Lance Head Provenance: Price
DHPN118 A very aged and quite used Socketed Lance Head which has a single lengthy Recovered from 40.00
slot for the insertion of a sharp cutting blade, made from a fossilized Walrus tusk Point Barrow, Alaska
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Harpoon Tip Provenance: Price
DHPN119 A fairly long "spatula" socketed Harpoon Tip which is nicely made from Recovered from SOLD
a fossilized Walrus tusk with only slight old chipping to the very tip Point Barrow, Alaska  
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Barbed and Slotted Harpoon Tip Provenance: Price
DHPN121 A very wicked looking, highly polished Barbed Harpoon tip having a single slot- Recovered from 85.00
hole made from a fossilized Walrus tusk. It has some surface pealing on side B Point Barrow, Alaska
(white sections in the vertical center of photo 2) and slight nicks to the tips of 2
of the barbs. Still a nice, very old piece.
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Harpoon blunt tip and Socket Provenance: Price
DHPN122 A nice pair of Eskimo artifacts made from a fossilized Walrus tusk. The first is a Recovered from 40.00
socketed blunt Harpoon tip and the second piece, which is holed through and through, Point Barrow, Alaska
we're assuming to be a "cap" to socket the end of a Harpoon's shaft. (Forgive me, I'm
not an Alaskan Expert, so I could be wrong about the classification of this one... if
anyone can educate me otherwise, I would appreciate the sharing of knowledge.)
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Harpoon Tip Blunt (?) Provenance: Price
DHPN123 This one is really a "what is it" piece, I'm guessing that it's a pressure fitted Harpoon Recovered from 20.00
Tip "Blunt" made from a fossilized Walrus tusk. It has a single crack on opposing Point Barrow, Alaska
sides (shown in the photos) where the pressure fit and impact caused much stress on
this one... but it's still intact, although the tip is quite ragged from repeated use
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Side Edged Knife Provenance: Price
DHPN124 A VERY long and delicate side-cutting Knife Blade in a Willow leaf shape, made Recovered from 165.00
from a fossilized Walrus tusk. It has a single "slot" on one edge where a sharp-edged Point Barrow, Alaska
cutting stone was inserted in the old days. A most unusual and attractive specimen.
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Warrior's Body Armor Plate Provenance: Price
DHPN125 A very large multi-drilled Body Armor Section made from a fossilized bone. These were Recovered from 250.00
bound together in sections to be worn as a "bullet-proof vest", or in the case of the natives, Point Barrow, Alaska
as an "Arrow-proof" vest and they're quite scarce artifacts. The underside is rough, from the
interior of the bone used and it has a single stress crack to one end, but is still "all there".
Quite a rare piece!
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Study Lot of 9 Damaged Harpoon sections/Knife Handles Provenance: Price
DHPN126 An interesting study lot of 9 damaged Harpoon sections, sheathes, and Recovered from 30.00
Knife Handles made from fossilized Walrus tusks. A fascinating group Point Barrow, Alaska
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Fossilized Bone Dagger Provenance: Price
DHPN127 A very long Fossilized bone Dagger which is quite wicked looking and mostly intact. Recovered from 45.00
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's) Point Barrow, Alaska
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Item: Type: Fossilized Bone Spoon Provenance: Price
DHPN128 A fairly large fossilized Bone Spoon which has a slightly ragged base Recovered from 75.00
and a lateral chip to the lip of the serving end. A fairly scarce item. Point Barrow, Alaska
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Socketed Harpoon Tip Provenance: Price
DHPN129 A fairly long fossilized bone socketed Harpoon Tip which is fairly battered both Recovered from 65.00
from old-time usage as well as from exposure to the elements over the ages. Point Barrow, Alaska
Somewhat on the crude side, and priced accordingly.
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Root Pick Handle Provenance: Price
DHPN130 A very long and rustic fossilized bone Root Pick Handle which has 2 drilled Recovered from 125.00
holes on either end. A most interesting and rare artifact having a very rough Point Barrow, Alaska
exterior from years of exposure to a hostile environment. (Do I dare run the risk
of getting hate email by calling it a wife-beater... ummm.... not this time, folks!)
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Alaskan Stone Tools Provenance: Price
DHPN131 A nice group of 3 stone artifacts made from uniquely Alaskan Lithic material. The largest piece is Recovered from 50.00
a Nephrite or Green Jade Celt, the next largest is the tip of a green chert Knife-Scraper Blade Point Barrow, Alaska
and the third piece is just a black chert spawl found in the same area with the other 2 pieces.
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Scraper Handle Provenance: Price
DHPN132 A very sturdy, well made and well used Scraper Handle, having 2 perpendicular Recovered from 75.00
drilled holes for mounting the scraper shaft. It's made from a fossilized Walrus Point Barrow, Alaska
tusk and is quite a unique and scarce item in excellent condition.
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Awl Handle (?) Provenance: Price
DHPN133 A possible Awl, perforator tool handle made from a fossilized Walrus tusk, in perfect condition Recovered from 30.00
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's) Point Barrow, Alaska
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Item: Type: Side-edge Cutting Knife Handle Provenance: Price
DHPN134 A good sized fossilized bone slotted side-edge Cutting Knife Handle in very good condition. It has a Recovered from 110.00
single "slot" near the tip where a sharp-edged stone was mounted to serve as the cutting part of this Point Barrow, Alaska
artifact. The base is a tad on the rough/ragged side, but this is just the way this artifact was made
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Side-edge Cutting Knife Handle Provenance: Price
DHPN135 A good sized fossilized bone slotted side-edge Cutting Knife Handle in very good condition. It has a single Recovered from SOLD
"slot" near the tip where a sharp-edged stone was mounted to serve as the cutting part of this artifact. Point Barrow, Alaska  
The base has a single drilled hole for a suspension strap and this one is in overall perfect condition.
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)
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Item: Type: Warrior's Body Armor Section Provenance: Price
DHPN136 A fairly large multi-drilled Body Armor Section made from a fossilized Walrus tusk. These were Recovered from 150.00
bound together in sections to be worn as a "bullet-proof vest", or in the case of the natives, as Bering Straight, Alaska
an "Arrow-proof" vest and they're quite scarce artifacts. This artifact has a very rough section
to the upper half on side B, where it appears that the surface weathered away to a depth of
25% of it's overall thickness. An interesting piece which lacks any impact indentations
Era: Inuit/Eskimo 2800 B.P. - Historic Period (early 1800's)

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