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    I have always liked knife type points and this archaic knife was my very first and is still to this day my favorite! I know some of y’all have some good ones around here so don’t be shy lol!

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    Mid-back tang knife.
    Last edited by Okie1; 08-12-2019, 07:15 PM.

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    • Okie1
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      Thanks. It came out of the little creek in my back yard.
      Last edited by Okie1; 08-12-2019, 07:55 PM.

    • margo11575@gmail.com
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      I wish I had a creek in my backyard!

    • Okie1
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      I am a lucky man. It’s loaded with artifacts.

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    The first artifact I ever found will always be my favorite.









    "The education of a man is never completed until he dies." Robert E. Lee

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    • Artifascination
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      That’s a beautiful gem there!

    • Tam
      Tam commented
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      And it’s a beauty .. color all aspects of it . Your going to be spoiled when you pull those crude ones now .

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    Posted these before, but found them a year apart in the same spot, just across the road from my house in southern Illinois. I see a similar example in the Perrino article about early ovoid knives. Click image for larger version

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    • Kentucky point
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      Those are sweet, they look thin in the pic.

    • Artifascination
      Artifascination commented
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      Nice finds! The one on top is really neat!

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    The Location I found this one at makes it my favorite. Click image for larger version

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    • SurfaceHunter
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      That’s a big one

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ID:	385209 This one is from Colorado.
    Look to the ground for it holds the past!

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    • Kentucky point
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      That's a killer uniface! Holy shmoke!

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    That’s a hard one to decide on cause that’s about all I find are knifes

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    • Kentucky point
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      I wish I had your problem.

    • SurfaceHunter
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      I’d like to find more but bigger

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ID:	385215 I haven’t shared this yet seeing I found it today. It’s a Ledbetter I find a few of them in that creek Click image for larger version

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    • SurfaceHunter
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      Blends right in not the prettiest one I’ve ever found but sure was a challenge to see it

    • Artifascination
      Artifascination commented
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      Nice find! It definitely blends in with the other rocks there. What’s that material?

    • SurfaceHunter
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      Creek stained jasper I do think

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    Professor Shellman

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    • Kentucky point
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      Do I hear Angels singing?

    • Cecilia
      Cecilia commented
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      Angels are singing Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah!!

    • Tam
      Tam commented
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      Filthyyyy , man Tom I would put that in a case by itself 🤙

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    This has always been a favorite of mine....the pattern, colors, and is kinda shaped like a modern knife Click image for larger version

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    • Kentucky point
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      That's a beauty of a pattern.

  • #11
    That’s a cool knife! The banding on it is spectacular!

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    • #12
      Thanks Art....

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      • #13
        Quartz blade

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        • #14
          My only unbroken knife..

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          • Okie1
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            That’s a cool knife. Where bouts in Oklahoma?

          • Artifascination
            Artifascination commented
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            That’s a good one to have! Very nice!

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          It's crude and beat up but I like the chert Click image for larger version

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          • SurfaceHunter
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            That’s a nice looking piece of worked flint is it Fort Payne?

          • ILLannoyReb
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            That's what I was thinking, not positive tho.
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