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    Contest!!!!Best in Display!!
    Posted by [chase]

    Moderator Note: this thread was first posted in 2013 but failed to transfer across to the new forum when the software was updated, and so has been re-created manually.

    I really want to thank everyone for the last contest! Here is the next one, "Best In Display"Another prizes of a 12th addition of Overstreet. Ends August 15th!

    This contest consists of show your display of artifacts! it can be one in a frame, a room. just show us your artifacts! Tell us why you like your display! I have seen where collectors have made frames of animals. Imagination is the key!!!


    Posted by [Bone2stone]
    chase wrote:
    I really want to thank everyone for the last contest! Here is the next one, "Best In Display"Another prizes of a 12th addition of Overstreet. Ends August 15th!
    This contest consists of show your display of artifacts! it can be one in a frame, a room. just show us your artifacts! Tell us why you like your display! I have seen where collectors have made frames of animals. Imagination is the key!!!

    Well darn, that leaves me totally out!
    My imagination is limited by my lack of, well imagination.
    Jess B.

    Posted by [JoshinMO]
    I don't think he means artifacts must be placed in shape of a bird or spiral pattern, just an example I imagine. I will put a few points in a display case to My liking and if I win a book, sweet if not no biggee though and do appreciate the opportunity. Thanks again Chase on another sweet contest!


    Posted by [chase]
    One thing I have notices is with artifact collectors we display with pride! Just show your artifacts! I Love to see what you got!

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    Posted by [gregszybala]
    Bone2stone wrote:
    chase wrote:
    I really want to thank everyone for the last contest! Here is the next one, "Best In Display"Another prizes of a 12th addition of Overstreet. Ends August 15th!

    This contest consists of show your display of artifacts! it can be one in a frame, a room. just show us your artifacts! Tell us why you like your display! I have seen where collectors have made frames of animals. Imagination is the key!!!

    Well darn, that leaves me totally out!
    My imagination is limited by my lack of, well imagination.
    Jess B.

    Think I have that same problem Jess
    But looking forward to seeing a slew of great framed artifacts!


    Posted by [Ron Kelley]
    This contest is a fantastic idea Chase. A couple of weeks ago I did a search of this site entering the search word "FRAME". I was simply Awe Struck with the results. I am looking forward to seeing frames of interesting artifacts and perhaps even more special... The stories behind the displays. Thanks for the contest.
    Ron

    Posted by [Jeffery Howle]
    chase wrote:
    One thing I have notices is with artifact collectors we display with pride! Just show your artifacts! I Love to see what you got!
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    Chase is this a one pic per post and as many post as we like or is it one post for the contest?
    First pic , bottom right .... Love that point


    Posted by [Jeffery Howle]
    New frame I put together the reason I like this frame is because I took the pic of the NA and incorporated it in with some of my artifacts think it turned out really nice.

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    I keep six honest serving-men (they taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who.

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    Posted by [RyanVa]
    Here are a few of my favorite display frames.

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    Eastern Midwest types and materials.

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    Kentucky Cobbs Knives

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    Pinetrees


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    Columbia River Knives


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    Coast to Coast Color Frame

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    Big Sandy Type Frame

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    Eastern Midwest Triangle Frame

    These frames represent some of my favorite types, time periods, and materials.


    Posted by [eagle eye]
    Killer displays.
    I keep six honest serving-men (they taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who.

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    • #3
      Posted by [Ron Kelley]
      Ten Lake George Points
      This is a group of 10 Archaic to Adena artifacts attached to an old wooden cigar box lid.
      The longest is 3 3/8". There is writing in graphite on the back of the wooden cigar box lid.
      Using Photo Shop to enhance the writing, I can read the following:

      No’s 468 to No 477
      10 Pieces
      Found on Lake George
      Yazoo Co. Miss
      Found by B Butler in 1896

      Butler probably found the points at the Holly Bluff Site.
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holly_Bluff_Site

      I removed the ten points from the lid enabling me to clean an atmospheric film from the points.
      This simple cleaning revealed a variety of beautiful materials. On the back of one of the points
      is an old tag which reads:

      Indian Arrow,
      Yazoo Co. Miss.

      I cleaned the wooden lid and sprayed it with a clear satin spar urethane. With the points removed I took many photos. When I finished taking pictures I reattached the points to the lid in the same manner they were originally tied in 1896.

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      Posted by [chase]
      Ron Kelley wrote:
      Ten Lake George Points
      This is a group of 10 Archaic to Adena artifacts attached to an old wooden cigar box lid.
      The longest is 3 3/8". There is writing in graphite on the back of the wooden cigar box lid.
      Using Photo Shop to enhance the writing, I can read the following:
      No’s 468 to No 477
      10 Pieces
      Found on Lake George
      Yazoo Co. Miss
      Found by B Butler in 1896
      Butler probably found the points at the Holly Bluff Site.
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holly_Bluff_Site
      I removed the ten points from the lid enabling me to clean an atmospheric film from the points.
      This simple cleaning revealed a variety of beautiful materials. On the back of one of the points
      is an old tag which reads:
      Indian Arrow,
      Yazoo Co. Miss.
      I cleaned the wooden lid and sprayed it with a clear satin spar urethane. With the points removed I took many photos. When I finished taking pictures I reattached the points to the lid in the same manner they were originally tied in 1896.
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      Ron, I remembered when that was first shown. That is one cool display!! Thank You!


      Posted by [chase]
      Jeffery Howle wrote:
      New frame I put together the reason I like this frame is because I took the pic of the NA and incorporated it in with some of my artifacts think it turned out really nice.
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      Jeffrey, I like it!!
      I keep six honest serving-men (they taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who.

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        Posted by [chase]
        RyanVa wrote:
        Here are a few of my favorite display frames. Click image for larger version

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        Eastern Midwest types and materials. Click image for larger version

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        Eastern Midwest Triangle Frame
        These frames represent some of my favorite types, time periods, and materials.

        Ryan, wow!! very nice displays.
        I keep six honest serving-men (they taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who.

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        • #5
          Posted by [JoshinMO]
          A few of My Favorites.

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          Posted by [turkeytail]

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          Midwest late paleo frame, mostly HiLos.


          Posted by [arvo]
          I like them all. Turkey tail I would like to see a frame of your turkey tails they are my favorite.


          Posted by [turkeytail]

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          Sold some of these.


          Posted by [clovisoid]
          That frame of Hi-Lo is great. I know Justice put them in with late paleo because they have been found with Caribou and Moose remains vs Megafauna, but archaeologists in Canada tend to clump them in much earlier. Derbert (Clovis) and Crowfield in Canada were also Caribou hunters.


          Posted by [Butch Wilson]
          NOT AN ENTRY BUT AN EXAMPLE
          I am "Old School" I like the shadow box with the points floating on 3/8 inch dowels off the background. (Yes, hot glued it peels right off)

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          The artifacts not framed live in this glass top table.

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          Posted by [Jeffery Howle]
          Butch is the dowel rod glued to point and back of frame?..or back of frame nailed to it?..I like this I may have to try it.


          Posted by [Butch Wilson]
          Jeffery Howle wrote:
          Butch is the dowel rod glued to point and back of frame?..or back of frame nailed to it?..I like this I may have to try it.

          The dowel is hot glued to the backing, you will have to cut a small slit or hole in the felt . I paint the dowel black then cut it to 3/8 of an inch . Once it is glued to the backing, position the point and hot glue it to the dowel . Hot glue works best if you don't like the position it is easy to remove and re position !
          I keep six honest serving-men (they taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who.

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          • #6
            Posted by [Jeffery Howle]
            Put these on before but for the contest again

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            Posted by [pocketfullorocks]
            Not much imagination required on my part other that the years of searching for just the right table. I especially like that all my stuff is finally out of boxes and displayed. The hammer side is a little bare and I hope to add to get out soon and add to it!

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            Posted by [Ron Kelley]
            Hiawatha Frame:
            The Hiawatha National Forest covers 894,836 acres. It is located in the central part of Michigan's Beautiful Upper Peninsula (Where I live). In addition to the big H, I like the variety of tools in this frame. I have discussed many of the artifacts with members on this forum.

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            Posted by [Ron Kelley]
            The Texas Woods
            The points are from Texas and the material is petrified wood. I like the pattern and that does show well in my picture. However I have not figured out how to show the beauty of the petrified wood in a picture like this frame. I include here a close-up of a few of the points in this frame just to show the colors in the wood. I like Native American artifacts and I like petrified wood: A combo of the two is pretty special.

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            Posted by [11KBP]
            Paleolution wrote:
            Nice displays everyone! This is a non-entry post. Here's a couple of displays Jim Chase (does the lithcis casting) and I donate every year to the Loveland Stone Age Fair.

            Those are real nice Tyson.


            Posted by [RyanVa]
            Nice looking displays all around everyone. BTW, the frames I posted aren't entries just for display. Hadn't posted anything here for a few months.

            Posted by [Hoss]
            We missed you too Ryan I was wondering where you went to? Good to see you back with us. I always enjoy seeing your displays man.
            I keep six honest serving-men (they taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who.

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            • #7
              Posted by [Rock queen]
              A couple from out west

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              Posted by [spanky]
              Nice point Hoss along with everybody else's frames.


              Posted by [Ron Kelley]
              Gator Blade
              I have a few larger points from Central Florida and used them as the central focus of this frame.

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              Posted by [Ron Kelley]
              Missouri Whiteout
              Most of my Missouri points are white. I like to learn something new. Perhaps someone will tell me what that Missouri material is.

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              Posted by [Ron Kelley]
              Black Glass
              This frame has a boarder of obsidian smalls from northern California.

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              Posted by [Ron Kelley]
              Tennessee Crystal
              The white circle is my favorite part of this frame.

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              Posted by [gregszybala]
              Some great frames and what is in them folks!
              Thanks and keep them coming.
              I keep six honest serving-men (they taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who.

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              • #8
                Posted by [south fork]
                Here's some personal finds from Northern California .

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                Posted by [JR]
                My favorite frame. Mostly all Indiana points,with a couple Ohio ones that I just love. My kids and I found alot of the points in this frame together,great way to spend time with my kids away from technological distractions.

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                There's more than corn in Indiana


                Posted by [Ron Kelley]
                JR I like every frame I have ever seen but I could spend hours looking at that one. Your Artifact frame is very artistic while at the same time being an excellent use of space. Your favorite is my all time favorite. Thanks for the show. Oh and BTW the memories of collecting with the kids has to put it over the top.
                Ron


                Posted by [Jeffery Howle]
                This is not mine but a friends thought this was a good way to display points.Its a table and sand was put in it for the natural look and points are displayed on the sand. Also its a good way to display broken points because you can stick the broke end in the sand and its like a in-situ point.

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                Posted by [Ron Kelley]
                Missouri Lanceolates
                I really like the lanceolate shape points and have a few from Missouri.

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                Posted by [chase]
                This comes from a friend of mine. STILL has not got into the computer age. Great Guy!! I am putting this in as an entry!

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                Posted by [Ron Kelley]
                What? Wow! How? Where? Come on Chase you gotta tell me about that point. PLEASE!
                I keep six honest serving-men (they taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who.

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                • #9
                  Posted by [Ron Kelley]
                  U.P. Pots & Points
                  This frame of points and pottery pieces is from Luce Co. in Michigan’s beautiful Upper Peninsula. I like these pottery pieces: Many are rim pieces and several are from the same pot. There are some nice designs in the pottery. I will include a close-up of a few of the pottery pieces.

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                  Posted by [chase]
                  Ron Kelley wrote:
                  What? Wow! How? Where? Come on Chase you gotta tell me about that point. PLEASE!

                  What.... Spokeshave (my guess re-salvaged point) Where.... North central Kentucky (Louisville area) How.....He was hunting Arrowheads.

                  I have posted this many times on here before. He is a very good friend of mine, that I have known for many years.When ever I get into a close range of him, I make a point to tell lies on his porch. When I first met him he had a house phone only,(since then he has made strides and got a cell phone)(still has no internet,or computer. He has an amazing collection, and gave me access to taking pic's with permission to post. I thought this was worth for a best in display, even thou it is just one point. I am posting this on his behave. We talk from time to time, and I saw him a few weeks ago, I showed him what was going on here on AH.com, and he was intrigued with the best In-Situ thread, and did ask how that was going. When I posted the winners, I thought of him. He called me up a few nights ago, and said that he had the winner for the contest, but could not figure out how to use his cell phone to take a pic of it. SoI thought that I would add this artifact to the best in display.

                  That is the story on the How, why I posted this.


                  Posted by [Ron Kelley]
                  Thanks Chase, This the first time I have seen it. Sure glad you posted the spokeshave.
                  Ron


                  Posted by [Jeffery Howle]
                  Not a lot but since no one has posted a wall or room thought I might get something started

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                  Posted by [gregszybala]
                  JR wrote:
                  My favorite frame. Mostly all Indiana points,with a couple Ohio ones that I just love. My kids and I found alot of the points in this frame together,great way to spend time with my kids away from technological distractions.
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                  There's more than corn in Indiana

                  D**N! I'm moving two counties over!


                  Posted by [JR]
                  They're not all from lake and porter counties,unfortunately, some are from LaPorte county too.....!
                  I keep six honest serving-men (they taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who.

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                  • #10
                    Posted by [Hippy]
                    I haven't posted in a while, but figured I would toss a few pics in. Mostly from Illinois, Iowa and Missouri.
                    Hippy

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                    Posted by [rmartin]
                    Thanks for sharing those Hippy! There is nothing better than a good Illinois Dove. Missed you at Mason City but got to talk to your folks.
                    I keep six honest serving-men (they taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who.

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                    • #11
                      Posted by [Ron Kelley]
                      Big Stones
                      I like em caus ther BIG

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                      Posted by [Ron Kelley]
                      Tennessee Frame

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                      Posted by [Sooner67]
                      Crawford Co. In SE Kansas..

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                      Posted by [chase]
                      JR wrote:
                      They're not all from lake and porter counties,unfortunately, some are from LaPorte county too.....!

                      I spit my coffee out Greg, when I read that. It was like a dog peeing in your on back yard.

                      JR, SWEET!!! Thanks! (DO YOU SEE MY FOOT PRINTS.....lmao)

                      Just kiddin! carry guns and don't shoot! I mean either one of you, there are more fields than the two of you can walk!

                      But really! I just wanted to remind everyone, that this contest is over on the 15th!!!!!!!!!!!!


                      Posted by [Hippy]
                      rmartin wrote:
                      Thanks for sharing those Hippy! There is nothing better than a good Illinois Dove. Missed you at Mason City but got to talk to your folks.

                      Thanks RMartin...I hate to keep missing these shows, but China was an opportunity that I couldn't pass up. I would have loved seeing that boatstone again. Hopefully we can catch up again soon.


                      Posted by [Ron Kelley]
                      Old Tool Box
                      Knives, Drills, Scrapers, Celt, Straightener, Gouges, Pipes, Points: I like them all. I have some broken tools in my truck box too.

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                      Posted by [chase]
                      Last day! Show em if you got them.


                      Posted by [OnewiththewilD]
                      heres how i display mine great stuff everyone!

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                      Posted by [kenwhite]
                      so many beautiful points, thank you for showing! I'm adding two of my favorite trays of California charmstones.

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                      I keep six honest serving-men (they taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who.

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                      • #12
                        Posted by [Jeffery Howle]
                        I have enjoyed all of your posts...Allof you have some great artifacts and am so proud that I was able to see them. Don't wait for a contest to share WE all love the envy shots of others


                        Posted by [rmartin]
                        Not an entry but here is one of my frames of Madisons.

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                        Posted by [chase]
                        Thank you all for these great displays! I apologize for not getting when the winner would be announced, which will be August 26th.
                        I keep six honest serving-men (they taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who.

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