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  • Northwestern Pennsylvania arrowhead

    I found this in northwestern Pennsylvania, and I've shown this picture to a few collectors an they all said it looks older than what is typically found in the area. I' sorry the picture doesn' have anything to judge size. I gave it to the woman who owns the land as I found it 10 feet from her house. It' approximately 2.75 inches long an 1.5 inches wide.
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    More and better pics would be a lot more helpful
    call me Jay, i live in R.I.

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    • #3
      Hey new James, that’s a nice point, and an even nicer gesture giving it to the lady. Good on you for that👍👍

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      • #4
        I will get more pics tomorrow evening with a quarter as size ref. Thank you for the 👍I was shooting a woodchuck with a compound bow, when I went to retrieve my arrow I found the arrowhead a few feet away. It didn' feel right for me to keep it, especially when she said she has been looking for them her whole life an never found one, she is 72. It was literally 10 feet from the corner of her house.

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        • BabaORiley
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          Heres to you for your good karma in giving that piece to that woman...it is a nice find indeed. By the way did you hit the target?

      • #5
        See if she needs a garden or a flower bed dug in,lol
        call me Jay, i live in R.I.

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        • #6
          Cool find and great gesture to give her a long time wish. Great way to pay it forward and seal up future permission to hunt the property. Looking forward to possible better pics. Thanks for sharing!
          Josh (Ky/Tn collector)

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          • #7
            Meadville Pennsylvania
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            • #8
              Meadville
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              • #9
                No, she missed it. But that' how I found the point, it was about 2 feet away from the arrow she shot.

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                • #10
                  72 yrs old and out launching arrows at woodchucks,lol, she must be quite the character !
                  call me Jay, i live in R.I.

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                  • #11
                    Coshocton point
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                    • #12
                      I think coshocton is a lithic, not a point style, I could be mistaken. And it’s definitly not an arrowhead, most likely it’s a lance/spear point or possibly a knife
                      call me Jay, i live in R.I.

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                      • #13
                        She is a character!!! She owns a 350 acre farm an still does most of the work. I just show up an help when I can. I will definitely be there more often with my head to the ground.... especially when I'm running the disc or plow. I think your right on the lithic, I'm new to all of this an was told it's coshocton is all. I do have the bug now an will be looking for more!!!

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                        • #14
                          Ahhhh I love the story .. your kindness will be repaid . I see a good friendship on the horizon . She sounds like my kinda gal . That lithic is beautiful with the split colors .

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                          • #15
                            Ohio Lanceolate looks like a good fit.....

                            http://typology.arrowheads.com/detai...rowhead_id=984

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