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Fox Valley relic was found in Hancock County Indiana 5/27/95. The point is small, less than two
inches, thin and very nice. reverse
Agate Basin point, found 4/1/90 in Rush County Indiana. No damage on this fine Paleo point, its 100%. The base and approximately one half the sides are ground and patina is evident on the entire surface of relic.
Beautiful Etley was found in Jefferson County Missouri after the flood of 1982. reverse This point was laying in a trough the quickly flowing water had created and was covered with a thin film of mud. I saw only the outline. There is absolutely no damage on this point, its 100%. The edge has an intentionally chipped location, the tip is needle like. Note the patina covering this semi glossy material. Read about this location in my column The 1982 Flood published in IAM Vol 19-1
A great Hardin was found in Jefferson County Missouri after the flood of 1982. A nicely chipped relic with the very tip nicked, not distracting from its classic lines. See the reverse
A perfect Godar found just off the county line road which separates Marion and Hancock County Indiana in 1986 when I went to investigate the remains of an old barn by my childhood home. Reverse Read about this location in my column The Lesson of Mr. Ploenges Farm published in IAM Vol 18-1
A nice Lost Lake found Marion and Hancock County Indiana in 1986 on Plonges Farm. Read about this location in my column The Lesson of Mr. Ploenges Farm published in IAM Vol 18-1
A perfect Lost Lake found Marion and Hancock County Indiana in 1986 on Plonges Farm. Read about this location in my column The Lesson of Mr. Ploenges Farm published in IAM Vol 18-1
My Christmas Hardin was found in Henry County Indiana on Christmas Day 1990. reverse What does this say about a person? Comments?
This St. Charles Dove was found in Rush County Indiana. This is one of the thinnest points I have ever found. There is absolutely no damage on this point, its 100%. This tip is nicely pointed, the base ground. The material is a nice semi-translucent white material. Read about this location in my column Ultra Thin St. Charles Dovetail
These two Madison points are very nice, very thin and symmetric. Number one I found in Hancock County Indiana, is made of a very semi-translucent white flint and is serrated. Number two I found in Madison County Indiana, is a very pleasing gray color.
This small Snyders point is made of a semi-translucent, semi glossy gray material. Found in Marion County Indiana.
This Stemmed point was found in St. Louis County after the 1982 flood close to Eureka Missouri. Made from Crescent Chert, the white material has patina which is a tan color and has small nodules as well. An interesting feature of this point is the base undulates.
A nice Stubens point. Found in St.Loius County Missouri in 1982. Nice symmetry and patina. Material is Crescent chert.
A nice Canted base point. Found in Rush County Indiana in 1995. This points base looks to have been broken in prehistoric time, then resharpened into the present canted shape.
This Indiana Green Dove was found in Marion Counties of Indiana. The point has been sharpened down quite a bit. Nice color. Made of Attica Chert, also known as Indiana Green, the point only has a slight bit of tip damage. Marion County Indiana is a very rare place to find relics anymore as the city of Indianapolis encompasses the entire county and much of the surrounding counties. There are pockets of farm area still left in some of Marion county far reaches. This was found in one of these pockets close to the town of West Newton located in the far south western corner of Marion County about 1989.