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  • #46
    Wish It was whole
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    A shame
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    • #47
      My "heartbreakers". Pictures say a thousand words, right? Still, the top 3 are among the best artifacts of my collection, broken as they are
      Last edited by Pointdexter; 09-13-2018, 04:17 PM.

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      • Andy W.
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        Love the bannerstone!

    • #48
      This one is one of my favorite tool pieces. Made of Heat-Treated Chert, it has a beautiful finish that made me deem it my "Tomato." Archaic to Woodland Period, Central Florida.

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      • Tam
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        Tomato it is๐Ÿ‘

    • #49
      I have to share this one. If i could have one magically become whole, it'd prob be this one. I found this at first paleo site i ever got to dig. Unfortunately i dont have acess to it anymore. It looks to be made of the local corsl, a beautiful deep shone. Pics dont do justice on color, size, or workings. Either was a huge blade, or mammoth. Circular Scraper. Nice....

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      • Broken Arrow
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        Sweet. Could have served as a core as well by the looks of it.

      • Kentucky point
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        It looks like you have some crazy looking lithics down there!

      • OnewiththewilD
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        Itโ€™s bifacially worked, probably a nice big chopper

    • #50
      Old Find's
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      • #51
        Half Atlatl Weight...... from a Bolen kill site, Gainesville, FL Limonite/some kind of iron containing stone Not cryin'.
        Professor Shellman

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        • Kentucky point
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          Your not crying, your sobbing, like I am right now!

      • #52
        I think this is a Levanna with a broken ear?

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        • OnewiththewilD
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          Or a big Squibnocket triangle, either way itโ€™s a nice find.

        • Hoss
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          Van Gogh point. It's missing one ear.

        • Jethro355
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          ๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

      • #53
        Fire-Cracked and Funkee. Pasco Co., FL Baybottom Chert
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        • #54
          Tablerock Pieces (edges chewed up bad/not clean fit) reunited.
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          • Broken Arrow
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            Seas of cheese may be my favorite.

          • JoshinMO
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            I like "They drove a Datsun, an automatic" ha Dale Davis also
            Last edited by JoshinMO; 09-19-2018, 09:27 PM.

          • Broken Arrow
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            Harold o' the Rocks was always a favorite of mine, Bodacious, Jerry was a Racecar driver, Duchess are all great too. Ah heck, its all great Primus rocks!

        • #55
          Obsidian Blade base missing would have been large .

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          • hudson
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            That is still a beautiful piece !

        • #56






          Whatever this next one is, it's broken





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          • #57
            This belongs to a friend of mine its a Mineral Springs .He found it while feeding cows. Click image for larger version  Name:	IMG_0204 (1).JPG Views:	1 Size:	177.4 KB ID:	324493It is 10.5 inches long
            Last edited by hudson; 10-08-2018, 02:27 PM.

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            • Hoss
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              I am with Josh those little notches are awesome

            • Broken Arrow
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              What's up with the little turtle?

            • hudson
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              I don't remember the story behind the turtle

          • #58
            Here is an absolute hearbreaker...

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          • #59
            Found this one about 40 years ago in the field next to my parentโ€™s home...we were actually looking for civil war artifacts.

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            • Broken Arrow
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              That one makes me sad. The notches on that are just awesome.

            • Kentucky point
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              Oh, man...

            • JoshinMO
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              Dang

          • #60
            ๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿ˜ข
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