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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: 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: 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: 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: 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: Provenance: Price
RHPA51 A very unique and quite attractive, semi-translucent honey colored Provenance was vaguely 1,000.00
  and red silicified wood Midland dart point. It's well flaked on both specified as being either New 750.00
  faces and is quite thin. It's highly desert polished and has very  Mexico or N.E. Arizona  
  unusual minute, parallel abrasion lines on both faces, but isolated to Ex: Don Pabst, Don Potter,  
  the area of the tip area alone. It has a single step near the upper  Don Meador   
  edge on side B, just above the horizontal centerline. (Photo 4) All Stermer COA  
  in all, quite a superior example of this desirable Paleo type Earthworks COA  

Item: Type: 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: Provenance: Price
JCPA9 An interesting semi-translucent horizontally banded Washoe Co., NV 175.00
  duo-flow obsidian Paleo Crescent which shows    
  traits of being anciently worked down into a hafted    
  side cutting blade, most likely salvaged when the    
  crescent form sustained damage to one end    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DIPA1 An absolutely gorgeous horizontally banded gray Recovered in 1,600.00
  and brown Reed Springs chert Hell Gap dart  Le Flore Co., OK 650.00
  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: 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: Provenance: Price
JCPA6 A pink and white chalcedony Paleo crescent  Recovered in 200.00
  missing one ear. Flaking is mostly cursory and side Humboldt Co., NV  
  B has a 25% flat spot in the middle of the blade    

Item: Type: Milnesand Provenance: Price
MHPA1267 A stubby little orange chert Milnesand dart  Undocumented, SOLD
  point, obviously worked down many times probably New Mexico  
  in ancient times. One auricle is damaged Ex: Michael Hough 10/20

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
PA119 A most unusual mottled reddish-brown vertically Recovered in 50.00
  banded petrified wood Paleo Crescent having NW Nevada 40.00
  flaking patterns which are a little rough, crude    
  and amateurish. It has an ancient lateral shear to    
  one working end, which appears to have been    
  anciently reworked (at least at the tip) to put it    
  back into action. The opposite working end has    
  a small lateral clip just below the working point    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCPA1 A white and cream colored chert Paleo Recovered in 125.00
  Crescent well flaked on both faces in a Washoe Co., NV  
  random fashion. It has nicks to both cutting     
  ends (photos 5 & 6) and a substantial ledge    
  near the convex edge on side A. (photo 4)    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCPA2 A very atypical white chert uni-faced Recovered in 150.00
  Crescent mostly worked only around it's Pershing Co., NV  
  edges. Both ends show ancient nicking    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
MHPA1262 A pink and cream colored chert Recovered in 30.00
  Midland dart point which has a Missouri  
  clip to one ear and ancient    
  damage to the tip which left it    
  on the thick and irregular side Ex: Michael Hough  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
JCPA4 A mini black and blue-gray chert Paleo Crescent having Recovered in SOLD
  only cursory flaking to side A. Side B is mostly uni- Washoe Co., NV 11/22
  faced with some pressure flaking to the convex edge    

Item: Type: 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    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
SLPA66 A nice deep gray fine-grained Offered by the finder 255.00
  basalt Crescent, slightly larger who recovered this one  
  than the average size with both in the Alvord Desert in  
  ends showing usage chipping Harney Co., OR  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DHPA5 A fairly small (for type) heavily Recovered in the 110.00
  river polished blue-gray chert Alvord Desert, OR 50.00
  "dipper style" Paleo Crescent    
  which shows traces of having    
  sustained a lateral shear to one    
  cutting edge from ancient usage    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DHPA6 A blue-gray chert Paleo Butterfly Recovered in the 110.00
  Crescent having nice desert polish, Alvord Desert, OR 75.00
  2 ancient fire pops (photo 6) and    
  lateral shears to both cutting edges    
  (photos 7 & 8) from ancient usage.    
  For all it's ancient flaws, it's still an    
  attractive piece which displays well    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DHPA9 Now this one must have been made by the same Recovered in the SOLD
  knapper as DHPA8, above. A fairly small (for type)   Alvord Desert, OR  
  medium gray chert Paleo Butterfly Crescent having a    
  highly unusual "flat" form. Both faces appear to have    
  been formed by a shearing technology, leaving flat     
  sections in the middle of each side, but with delicate    
  pressure flaking around all edges on side A, and to     
  only the top edge on side B. It has a salvaged lateral    
  fracture from ancient usage to one cutting end,    
  which didn't put it out of commission    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DHPA11 A fairly nice mottled gray chert Paleo Recovered in the 65.00
  Butterfly Crescent having a slight shear to one Alvord Desert, OR 45.00
  tip and an anciently salvaged opposing tip      
  which was rounded off in the salvage process.    
  It was made on a fairly thick flake, and retains    
  50% of the original flake's cortex on side B    
  and 5% on side A (bottom of photo 2).    
  Flaking patterns are thorough on side A, but    
  only the edges were flaked on side B     

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DHPA12 A fairly long, slender, heavily river Recovered in the 95.00
  polished black chert Paleo Crescent  Alvord Desert, OR 55.00
  which shows thorough flaking patterns    
  and an ancient nick to one tip, which     
  has been smoothed over with the river    
  polishing process (photos 6 & 7)    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
TPPA33 A fairly thick (for type) blue-gray dacite  Lake Co., OR 85.00

Paleo Crescent. Flaking is somewhat sparse

Full history  
  and both faces have a median ridge, side  to buyer  
  A's being more pronounced. One ear has an    
  ancient clip. The form is a nice variation    
  away from the normal Crescent forms, and,    
  this one would have made one heck of a    
  dangerous slashing weapon.   FrmrTPGB33

Item: Type: 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    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DWPA1 A very nice glossy tan and cream Found in 200.00
  colored burlington chert Hell Gap  Sac River drainage in  
  having thorough flaking patterns and Cedar Co., MO  
  nice basal grinding. It has a slight    
  nick to one corner of the base, but    
  other than that, it's "all there" Ex: D.W. Brooks  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DWPA3 An interesting, extremely thin Silicified Found in 1933 in 300.00
  sand Scottsbluff dart point having  Cherry Co, Nebraska  
  nice basal grinding and good, thorough    
  flaking patterns which are somewhat    
  subdued due to the nature of the    
  hoststone. Quite an exceptional piece    
  Please Note: The Jeb Taylor COA lists    
  this one as a silicified sand (Spanish    
  Diggings) Goshen/Plainview, but I've Ex: Stebbing  
  seen other Scottie's made from this  Ex: Brooks  
  material, so that's what I'm calling it, from Ex: Middaugh  
  my experience Taylor COA  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DWPA4 A fairly meaty, somewhat broad and Found in 100.00
  quite attractive orange chert Agate  Autauga Co.,  
  Basin blade. It has nice basal grinding, Alabama  
  and although it wasn't made by a very     
  advanced knapper, by all appearances,    
  it served its purpose well Ex: Brooks  

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DHPA2 A heavily river polished jet black Recovered in the 115.00
  chert paleo Butterfly Crescent Alvord Desert, OR 55.00
  which has an ancient shear to one    
  cutting edge which was anciently    
  salvaged (photos 6 & 7) This one    
  actually has a lot of character    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DHPA23 A very nice, slightly thick mottled off- Recovered in the 120.00
  white and blue chert Paleo Crescent  Alvord Desert, OR 65.00
  which shows traits of ancient salvaging /    
  resharpening to one edge. It has a small    
  pit on side B from a missing inclusion.    
  (top of photo 4 on the left side) An    
  interesting host stone material    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DHPA27 An undersized (for type) nice mottled yellow and Recovered in the 75.00
  white chert Paleo Crescent made on a flake and Alvord Desert, OR 35.00
  retaining most of the flake's original surface and      
  having only cursory edgework on both faces. It    
  also retains the curved form from the original flake    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DHPA28 An attractive off-white, beige and Recovered in the 95.00
  pink chert Paleo Crescent which Alvord Desert, OR 50.00
  has somewhat of an irregular    
  form from ancient resharpenings    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DHPA29 A very nice white chert Paleo Recovered in the SOLD
  Crescent thoroughly flaked on Alvord Desert, OR  
  both faces and showing usage    
  wear to one tip    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DHPA30 A slightly undersized (for type) Recovered in the 100.00
  semi-translucent grayish-white Alvord Desert, OR 50.00
  chalcedony Paleo Crescent which    
  has only cursory flaking to both     
  faces and an ancient nick to one tip    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DHPA32 An fairly thin, flat off-white chert  Recovered in the 45.00
  uni-faced Paleo Crescent having Alvord Desert, OR 30.00
  pressure flaking only around the    
  outer edges of side A    

Item: Type: Provenance: Price
DHPA33 A very cute little under-sized and Recovered in the 45.00
  delicate white and yellow chert  Alvord Desert, OR 30.00
  Paleo Crescent having thoroughly    
  flaked surfaces but showing    
  usage wear to both tips    

Item: Type: 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  

Item: Type: 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    

Item: Type: 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    

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