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    One Alabates and one Bloodstone the rest Texas rock. Some recent pieces.

  • #2
    Nice!

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    • #3
      Nice work
      Gary

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      • #4
        You do great work Johnny.
        I hesitated before adding this last bit so please don't take offence.
        These are definitely very nice.
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        However when I look at them I can't see any character in them like these ones you found.
        These have character whereas they ones you made look like cookie cutter ones.
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        Bruce
        In life there are losers and finders. Which one are you?

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        • #5
          Hey Johnny, That's a nice looking group of blades. The Texas chert looks like Edwards. Did you cook the Texas chert?

          That is some beautiful Bloodstone Jasper with the contrasting colors. Good work.
          Last edited by Ron Kelley; 06-24-2017, 07:50 AM.
          Michigan Yooper
          If You Don’t Stand for Something, You’ll Fall for Anything

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          • willjo
            willjo commented
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            The Texas rock did not need cooking

        • #6
          Willo wew boy you are on a hunt . I would flip if I found that . I do like the reds . I loved that thread they had about best lithic materials and am not worthy of my materials in comparison .
          But I will put on today for my area it's the best .

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          • #7
            Nice stuff Johnny, I really like that mottled red colored one! Thanks for sharing!
            Josh (Ky/Tn collector)

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            • #8
              Hi Johnny, I somehow overlooked this thread and just now seeing your post. Nice work for sure. They look like great reproductions of from left to right: Eva, 2 Big Sandys (and large for the type) and perhaps the one on the right is a Bakers Creek. Anyhow that's my call if I found them in the dirt in north Alabama. Great job!

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              • #9
                Very nice Johny!
                Gary

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