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This page contains ancient Native American Indian arrowheads and other artifacts from the Paleo time era.
(9,000 years ago to 14,000 years ago) This was the VERY FIRST period during which the Native
American Indians populated "the new world". To reserve any arrowhead on this page, simply note the
arrowheads ID number and send an email to Terry Baxter: tbaxter999@gmail.com

Item: Type: Clovis Provenance: Price
MCPA2 A well made mottled sky blue and light gray Fort Payne chert Clovis Dart Recovered near 900.00
  point which is still a gorgeous piece, despite the ancient tip damage. The  Huntsville, AL Reduced!
  tip has a diagonal "cut" which was "possibly" caused by an impact fracture,   550.00
  although the tip damage looks more like it was chipped in ancient times     
  and then re-worked with pressure flaking to one face, possibly to be used    
  as a slitting knife tool, before it was anciently repaired. (which it never    
  was, Perino's COA shows the ancient pressure flaking to this    
  broken/refurbished area.) It's very well flaked on both faces and has an    
  excellent fair-sized flute to each face. It has great basal grinding and is still     
  a great looking most ancient piece with no flaws other than the tip section,    
  which might not be flawed at all, from the ancient's standpoint, having been Breckinridge COA  
  reworked for use. Perino COA  

Item: Type: Midland Provenance: Price
RPPA6 A very thin and slender "fish-tailed" (er, one at least) mottled Recovered in Paris, 425.00
  brown chert Midland Dart point, well flaked on both faces Lamar Co., TX 375.00
  with good paleo basal grinding. Obviously it's missing one    
  entire ear from the base which was anciently lost. Ex: Greg Perino Collection  

Item: Type: Stanfield Knife Provenance: Price
RPPA7 A very good-sized creamy white burington chert Recovered near Sedalia, MO 2000.00
  Paleo Stanfield Knife form which is very sturdy   1800.00
  and well flaked on both faces. With the    
  exception of a small single-flake recent nick to    
  one edge just above the base (left side in photo    
  6) this one's as perfect as the day it was made. Ex: Greg Perino Collection  

Item: Type: Clovis Knife Provenance: Price
RPPA8 A gorgeous mottled gray and tan bull's eye cobden chert Recovered in Illinois 2200.00
  Clovis Knife form, thoroughly flaked on both faces with   1900.00
  a single short flute on the base of side A. Side B shows    
  basal thinning. One ear of the base was anciently    
  sheared off, but other than that it's pretty much "all     
  there" as it was anciently used. Quite an attractive piece! Ex: Greg Perino Collection  

Item: Type: Paleo Ovoid Knife Provenance: Price
RPPA9 A fairly thin (for size) attractive mottled light gray Paleo   Found in Eufala, OK 1000.00
  Ovoid Knife blade, well flaked on both faces with a bit of a   800.00
  rough cutting edge from ancient usage near the tip. It retains    
  a powdery white section on the base from the original host    
  stone's outer cortex and has a substantial single step from     
  an overly aggressive flaking effort leading vertically from the Ex: Greg Perino Collection  
  base for a length of 1/2". A great paleo piece! Perino COA  

Item: Type: Paleo Knife Provenance: Price
RPPA11 A highly unusual mottled light gray and orange-tan Paleo Found near Winnsboro 400.00
  Backed Knife blade apparently made on a quite flat and Mt. Pleasant, TX  
  Edwards Plateau chert slab and anciently resharpened    
  until the cutting edges became too squared-off to be Ex: Partain, McClemore  
  useful. Thoroughly flaked on both faces by percussion and Perino Collections  
  flaking with much pressure flaking to the cutting edges. Perino COA  

Item: Type: Paleo Frederick Knife Provenance: Price
BRPA3 A SUPER NICE, RARE and quite thin but Dawson County, 4,500.00
  sturdy glossy off-white and sky-blue/light Nebraska  
  gray chert Paleo Frederick blade having on the Platte River  
  perfect symmetry, good usage wear marks    
  and excellent and intricate paleo flaking Perino COA  
  patterns. Has light basal grinding and is just a Rogers COA  

Perfect and very well made piece !

  (High resolution photos are available for the asking,    
  IF you're seriously interested in this piece)    

Item: Type: Clovis Provenance: Price
DOPA1 A very nice pinkish gray-brown chert Clovis having a single flute to side A and a slight hafting Midwestern area 1,100.00
  stop to side B, slightly offset to the right (see photo 4) flaking is fairly thorough on both sides,    
  although side A does have a slight "dip" near the tip (see photo 2) It has nice grinding to the    
  cutting edges at the base, but it has no grinding to the concave basal and this section appears    
  to have sustained ancient damage which was never re-worked, as it is a bit ragged and sharp.    
  Additionally, there is a subtle color change to the host stone covering the entire tip starting at    
  the upper 1/3rd of the surface (see photo 4, horizontal brown line) Rogers COA  

Item: Type: Meserve Provenance: Price
MBPA19 A most attractive fairly long mottled tan and yellow flint Paleo Found in NW Colorado 500.00
  Meserve having excellent flaking patterns on both faces and by Chester Howard  
  pressure flaked "flutes" from the base on both sides. It has nice    
  basal grinding and an unfortunate, slight lateral impact fracture    
  from the tip, running down a single edge for 3/8". It has a most    
  interesting lighter egg-shaped pattern on one face (photo 4)    
  which adds to it's attractiveness.    

Item: Type: Crescent Provenance: Price
JCPA9 An interesting semi-translucent horizontally banded Washoe Co., NV 135.00
  duo-flow obsidian Paleo Crescent which shows   100.00
  traits of being anciently worked down into a hafted    
  side cutting blade, most likely salvaged when the    
  crescent form sustained damage to one end    
  Era: Paleo Period - 10,500 to 11,000 years old    

Item: Type: Hell Gap Provenance: Price
DIPA1 An absolutely gorgeous horizontally banded gray Recovered in SOLD 6/16
  and brown Reed Springs chert Hell Gap dart  Le Flore Co., OK  
  point, thoroughly flaked on both faces to a median Ex: Jeff Joseph  
  ridge. It has great paleo grinding and is just an  Jackson COA  

outstanding artifact! G10 Paleo pieces are RARE!

Davis COA (G10!)  

Item: Type: Quad Provenance: Price
MBPA18 A nice light blue-gray Hornstone flint Quad, well Found in 250.00
  flaked on both faces but having edge nicks to a Weakley Co., TN  
  single edge on both faces. It has nice paleo basal    
  grinding and is not a bad piece for the age Jackson COA  

Item: Type: Paleo Crescent Provenance: Price
JCPA6 A pink and white chalcedony Paleo crescent  Recovered in 150.00
  missing one ear. Flaking is mostly cursory and side Humboldt Co., NV  
  B has a 25% flat spot in the middle of the blade    
  Era: Paleo Period - 10,500 to 11,000 years old    

Item: Type: Paleo Crescent Provenance: Price
SLPA67 A nice slender fine grained Offered by the finder 170.00
  black basalt Paleo Crescent   who recovered this one  
  thoroughly flaked on both faces in the Alvord Desert in  
  with slight usage wear to one tip Harney Co., OR  
  and a chip off the opposing tip    
  Era: Paleo Period - 10,500 to 11,000 years old    

Item: Type: Paleo Crescent Provenance: Price
DHPA5 A fairly small (for type) heavily Recovered in the 110.00
  river polished blue-gray chert Alvord Desert, OR 65.00
  "dipper style" Paleo Crescent    
  which shows traces of having    
  sustained a lateral shear to one    
  cutting edge from ancient usage    
  Era: Paleo Period - 10,500 to 11,000 years old    

Item: Type: Paleo Crescent Provenance: Price
JDPA1 A medium sized pinkish-red agate Paleo Undocumented, 135.00
  Crescent which has been HEAVILY Great Basin region  
  patinated over with a desert bleached    
  white, gray and blue coating. It has nice     
  grinding and a few edge nicks which show    
  the true color of the original host stone.    
  It's a little bit on the crude side, but truly    
  shows it's great antiquity with desert polish    
  Era: Paleo Period - 10,500 to 11,000 years old    

Item: Type: Paleo Butterfly Crescent Provenance: Price
DHPA2 A heavily river polished jet black Recovered in the 115.00
  chert paleo Butterfly Crescent Alvord Desert, OR 65.00
  which has an ancient shear to one    
  cutting edge which was anciently    
  salvaged (photos 6 & 7) This one    
  actually has a lot of character    
  Era: Paleo Period - 10,500 to 11,000 years old    

Item: Type: Paleo Crescent Provenance: Price
DHPA32 An fairly thin, flat off-white chert  Recovered in the 45.00
  uni-faced Paleo Crescent having Alvord Desert, OR
  pressure flaking only around the    
  outer edges of side A    
  Era: Paleo Period - 10,500 to 11,000 years old    

Item: Type: Paleo Crescent Provenance: Price
RPPA13 A fairly attractive mottled gray and light brown chert uni-faced Recovered in Nevada 110.00
  Paleo Crescent. It has a small nick to one end and some    
  roughness to the opposite end's cutting edge, but is in very    
  good condition for the age. It doesn't have the typical paleo    
  grinding as normally seen on most crescents. Ex: Perino  
  Era: Paleo Period - 10,500 to 11,000 years old    

Item: Type: Paleo Crescent Provenance: Price
SLPA51 A cream and yellow agate Found in the Alvord 60.00

mostly uni-faced Crescent

Desert, Harney Co.,  
  missing a fair sized portion of Oregon by the seller  
  one wing, which was sheared    
  off at almost a 45 degree angle    
  Era: Paleo Period - 10,500 to 11,000 years old    

Item: Type: Paleo Crescent Provenance: Price
SLPA55 A dark brown chert Crescent  Found in the Alvord 60.00

having a lighter brown, red and

Desert, Harney Co.,  
  orange section to one wing, Oregon by the seller  
  mostly showing on side B.    
  Secondary pressure flaking is     
  very crude and sparse and is    
  mostly confined to the edges    
  Era: Paleo Period - 10,500 to 11,000 years old    

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