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knife with serration's found on 1/2/200 in
Rush County Indiana (reverse) I was alone
when I found this beauty.
A heavy duty point from Hancock County Indiana. With me this day was Darrell Cross. This is the best heavy duty point I have ever found. I found this point about 10 miles from my house along the BrandyWine Creek. The location I found this on was not heavy with relic or chips. I walked back away from the creek a long way and was really just wondering around when I came on it. It was laying flat. Its made of Harrison County flint and is very nicely made, about 3 1/2 inches in length. You can see some of the patina in the image.
A nice pine tree point made of Harrison County Flint from Hancock County Indiana.
My first complete Clovis found in Rush County Indiana, (reverse) and pulled from the ground by Darrell Cross. Read about this location in my column My First Clovis
A nice Thebes points. Found in Rush County Indiana 3/27/89. Nice patina, clipped wings, serrated with a left hand bevel.
This Thebes from Rush County was found in 1991. (reverse) With me this day was Darrell Cross.
This Thebes from Rush County Indiana was found 5/24/91. (reverse) With me this day was Darrell Cross.
This pink knife found 4/21/91 in Rush County Indiana, was found the same day as three slate relics and a pestle. (reverse) With me this day was Darrell Cross.
This Adena point found in Jefferson County Missouri by Dennis ( I can't remember his last name but will find it) during a hunt together off Highway O south of Eureka by The Big River. (reverse)
This Hardin found 4/21/91 in Hancock Indiana, was found the same day as three slate relics and a pestle. This is made of Harrison County Flint. With me this day was Darrell Cross.
These two Godar points have good symmetry. The point on the left is made from Harrison County Flint. The point on the right is made from Indiana Green Flint (Attica Chert). I found this relic in 1990 close to Sugar Creek in Montgomery County Indiana. With me was Darrell and Debbie.
A Pine Tree with symmetry. I found this point close to Hoene Springs Missouri along the Big River in 1982. This fine relic was setting on a dirt pedestal after a very hard rain. Beautiful color and shape.