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    #Paleoindian Crescent Knife -- Circa 13,200-12,900 BCE -- Length: 2 & 3/16" -- Flint -- Excavated at Spoon River Valley, Knox County, Illinois -- Belonging to The Delores Hampton Collection.

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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

Fork History - A silver fork with animal hoof finial, from Byzantium (possibly Syria), 4th century AD The youngest member of the flatware family, the fork has only become an essential utensil in the last couple hundred years — after all, who needs a fork when you have fingers, aka the perfect tools for picking up ...

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Discover objects in our collection used in dining through Khan Academy. | Silver spoon and fork, ca. 3rd century A.D. Roman. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Malcolm Wiener, on the occasion of the reinstallation of the Greek and Roman galleries, 2006 (2006.514.3) #MetKhanAcademy

Godar Projectile Point- Middle Archaic (6000-3000 B.C.) Godar spear point or knife. Godar points are found throughout the Midwest and into Kentucky, Tennessee, and West Virginia. They are also called Raddatz points. This point type is widely distributed across the landscape from floodplains to the uplands. Collection of the Illinois State Museum ISM Accession #: 814656k

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.

Celtic Gold Stater of Addedomaros. (S.202) Catuvellauni/Trinovantes tribes. Late 1st century BC. Obv - Addorsed crescents ornamented with pellets and linear elements. Rev - Horse, branch and spiral / wheel. Image by kind permission of: Ira & Larry Goldberg Auctioneers Inc.

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Hixton Clovis point - Found in Fulton Co. Illinois in 1981. ..looks like carnelian

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