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  • sailorjoe
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    You scored a once in a lifetime find for most folks. No only the type (Cumberland or Beaver Lake) but a beautiful high quality point. I score it a 9 on my 10 point Dandy Scale. The lack of a flute seems to point it to a Beaver Lake. Congratulations are certainly in order.

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  • utilized flake
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    Thriller killer!!! Beaver lake unfluted cumberland either one would be phenominal!

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  • willjo
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    What ever it is, it might be a find of a lifetime, would be for me

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  • paohrocks
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    Doesn't matter what my thoughts are about the type...that is one nice artifact! congrats!

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  • Von
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    Yep I think you nailed it. Looks like a Beaver Lake to me.

    Fantastic find and a treasure!

    Von

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  • Benji
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    Unfluted Cumberland??

    Hey all.....slow start this month....in fact this is my first point for the month.....found today in nw tn.....im not sure what to think other than trans paleo or paleo.....could be unfluted cumberland, quad, wheeler recurvate.......what are your thoughts? Click image for larger version

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