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  • Found at lease in east Texas any info on it ?

    It’s only one but the picture is darker when I took the pic next to the coin
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    Not from your area but it’s a nice one whatever it is called
    NW Georgia

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    • #3
      Thank you it’s my 4th one to find in the same area I don’t know anything about them but I always post here and usually someone can tell me about it

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      • #4
        JJ will know if he sees it
        NW Georgia

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        • #5
          Nice petrified wood specimen. Not sure on type .

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          • #6
            Originally posted by SGT.Digger View Post
            Nice petrified wood specimen. Not sure on type .
            Look again SGT. not PW IMHO

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              It’s similar to petrified palm wood specimens that I’ve found. There’s lots of petrified wood materials that contain many colors and patterns similar to this specimen that I’ve found and collected in East Texas. If not PW what are you thinking 🤔 ? There are gravels in East Texas that have lots o f colors

          • #7
            Nice find
            SW Connecticut

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            • #8
              Really nice find
              South Dakota

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              • #9
                It's a hit of an oddball. May be a Cupp but I suspect it's an early archaic type. It us made of heat treated river cobble. We find it in the san Jacinto river. I would like to see other east tx points you have found. I'm in Houston Co

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                • #10
                  Thought I’d log in bc can’t move around to well from a overdose of Chili Rellno’s last night.... We’ve got the very best Mexican lady authentic food cooks in the country !
                  Anyway , that’s a Palmer dart. Very early archaic . Sgt. Digger is correct on pet palm wood. Great eye !
                  Lubbock County Tx

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