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Art Casa • 1 year ago

Type: Paleo Crescent Knife Length:2 3/16" Material: Bone White Flint Age: Late Paleo-Indian - Plano Culture 13,200 - 12,900 Probable Usage: Crescent knife blades are rare. Provenance: Spoon River valley in Illinois, Knox County. From the Delores Hampton Collection near Williamsfield, IL where many of the figurines on this website were found. Acquisition: April 2001

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Type: Paleo Square Knife Length: 4 7/8" Material: Purple Freckled Chert Age: Late Paleo-Indian - Plano Culture 13,200 - 12,900 Probable Usage: Knife blade / lance tip form. Free sickle handle included. Provenance: Spoon River valley in Illinois, Knox County

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Gravettian ivory spoon from the site of Avdeevo near the city of Kursk, Russia. About 23,000-20,000 years old. Cuchara de marfil gravetiense del yacimiento de Avdeevo - NOTICIAS DE PREHISTORIA - Prehistoria al Día -

P226 Type: Bird Point Length: 1.0" Material: Gray / White Flint Age: Mississippian (1,250 to 550 BP)

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RARE ~ Archaic Indian Stone Axe/Hammer ~ RARE Item #: DGAH1 Double-Groove Axe (Hammer) Head Provenance: Belgrade, Montana - K.H. consignment Date found: 1960s Size: ~ 6 1/8" long Material: Gray Granite Age: Probably Late Archaic (5,500 to 2,500 BP) American Indian Tools: A very rare find. Double- grooved axe head! This is museum grade. Nowhere in Hothem's reference books could we find a double-grooved axe, celt or adze head - and this is a nice big one.

Clovis culture tools- The Clovis culture aka. Llano culture is a prehistoric Paleo-Indian culture, named after distinct stone tools that were found at sites near Clovis, New Mexico. The Clovis culture is characterized by the manufacture of "Clovis points" and distinctive bone and ivory tools. Archaeologists' most precise determinations at present suggest that this radiocarbon age is equal to roughly 13,500 to 13,000 years ago.

Fire Starter Stone  Size: ~4" wide Material: Sandstone Age: Probably Woodland (2,500 - 1,250 BP) American Indian Tools: Grinder. This well-worn, hand-sized grinding stone was likely used to start fires by protecting the palm or as a base stone while twirling the starting stick. Provenance: Belgrade, Montana - K.H. consignment Date found: 1960s

7,500 to 5,000 BCE. The Kooks wide-small-base style Red Flint Dovetail blade found in Madison County, Ohio. 5" LONG, a rare red variety of Flint Ridge flint. The blade is formally known as a St. Charles point.