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Side A is well flaked by an experienced knapper while side B retains the recovered on the Columbia River in Oregon greater flat portion of the original flake's surface having only secondary pressure flaking around it's edges.
Quite a nice piece, actually Era: Early Archaic period - 4,000 to 8,000 years old Original Collection Display and Information: rcca1 Details Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Columbia Plateau Provenance: Price rccr44 A well formed light gray chert.
From an older collection assembled in the 1890's, 3,500.00, blade which is thoroughly flaked on both faces by a very advanced, if not found in Calhoun giochi slot online yahoo County, Illinois, master knapper.
It has slight ancient chipping to the very tip as new slot machine hacking well as to one corner River in Lamar County, Texas of the basal stem, but is mostly "all there" as it was anciently made and used.It's pretty much "all there" as it was anciently made and used, although it does show signs of multiple ancient re-sharpenings.An interesting and attractive piece.It's rustic appearance only adds to it's archaic visual appeal, in my opinion, and it's interesting to note, for as difficult as petrified wood material is to knap, the ancient knapper did manage to create very nice "hafting stops" on both faces, just above the.(leading from the right edge, near the tip to the vertical centerline in photo 4) Era: Classic to Historic phase 200 to 500 years old Original Collection Display and Information: rcca1 Details Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Rose.It shows slight usage wear to it's edges and has a few nasty flaws.Side A is thoroughly flaked by recovered on the Columbia River in Oregon an advanced knapper, while side B was intentionally left alone and is totally flat from the original flake's form.It's sparsely flaked on both faces by an amateurish knapper but shows good mineralization in all the right places, which proves that it wasn't modernly "mucked with" Era: Late Archaic to Transitional phase - 2,000 to 3,000 years old Original Collection Display and Information: rcca1.
It was obviously well used having gone through countless ancient re-sharpenings which likely substantially reduced it's original form.They are the result of something that happened on the water, or a pattern I wanted to improve.It appears to have lost the tips to it's barbs in ancient times and also has a slight ancient nick to the tip.The tip was anciently re-worked but for some unknown reason, was left with a diagonal "flat" surface.An interesting and sturdy piece Era: Archaic Period - 3,000 to 5,000 years old Ex: Greg Perino Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: San Patrice Provenance: Price rpar142 A fairly small (for type) highly unusual (for the host material).It has substantial "dips" in the center of side B, and is essentially "all there" as it was anciently made and used.Found by Warren and Emma Siegel at a Snake River site in Franklin County, sold great variety of materials ranging from plain basalt to colorful agates.