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  • I bought this years ago, but it just turned up recently

    I think it might be paleo, but looking for more information. I can barely read the writing on it.

  • #2
    It looks like a thick Clovis, and a nice one at that.
    "The education of a man is never completed until he dies." Robert E. Lee

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    • JesseJames
      JesseJames commented
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      Holy cow! So this thing could be 10,000 years old?

    • Kentucky point
      Kentucky point commented
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      I am not sure about aging, but it sure fits the Paleo category.

    • JesseJames
      JesseJames commented
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      Thank you

  • #3
    Wow! Definitely a Paleo Clovis! Very rare to find one that nice for sure! I would have that one in a display frame if I were you lol!

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    • JesseJames
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      Thanks, haha yeah I need to get a shadow box or something. I have a few others that should be safe from accidents

    • georgiafieldwalker
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      Don't get a shadow box. Get a real arrowhead display case for that.

  • #4
    Can we get some more info on it? Where it came from, any idea on the provenance (I.e. when it was found, where it was found, who found it) I'm doubting the clovis call and that flaking looks more archaic or woodland imo.
    Stagger Lee/ SE Missouri

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    • #5
      I see why a couple of people mentioned Clovis, but it’s more of a lancelate form. (Agate Basin, Sedalia, Angostura, Nebo Hill, etc.)

      I can’t tell what the writing says, where is it from?
      Hong Kong, but from Indiana/Florida

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      • JesseJames
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        Me either. Not sure of the origins unfortunately.
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