Item: Type: giocare gratis alle slot machine da bar scarica Zella Provenance: Price twbar7 A very attractive high grade Edward's plateau chert Zella Knife Undocumented, but judging from the sold form which is well flaked on both faces and completely intact as material, it's most likely from the it was made and used.
Quite a superior piece, and most likely made by the same knapper who created twbar1 above.
A very good-sized and attractive piece which appears to be "all there" as it was anciently made and used.It's Recovered from Texas 225.00 thoroughly flaked on both faces in mostly a random pattern with finer pressure re-touch flaking 150.00 to it's edges.Era: Early to Middle Archaic Period - 5,000 to 8,000 years old.Property in Polk., TX This type is "out of area but whether by trading or migration, this one WAS found in Texas!It has finder(s) who recovered excellent symmetry and is a superior specimen.Ex: Greg Perino Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Briar Creek (Classified by Greg Perino) Provenance: Price rpar78 A fairly thick, very sturdy speckled pink rhyolite-chert Recovered from 120.00 blade form having rough flaking patterns by an South Carolina.
It's a light tan judging by the material, Edward's plateau chert piece with good pressure flaking most likely Texas around all outer edges and light basal grinding.
It has a small hafting stop/short-stack just above the base, on the left side in photo.
Southwestern TX Era: Archaic - 4,750 to 6,050 years old Stermer COA Item: Type: Unclassified Archaic Stemmed Dart Point Provenance: Price lsar102 A light tan chert/agate unclassified Archaic Stemmed point which resembles the Gary type Recovered from.00 from the mid-western states.
It has wavy vertical banding and rough flaking this one from their own patterns.It was Recovered from.00 made on a flake and retains a 30 flat section on side B just above the El Paso.,.00 centerline.I cookie ci aiutano a fornire i nostri servizi.Period/Age: Archaic - 5,000-9,000.P.Era: Early Archaic Period - 9,200 to 10,000 years old Davis COA Click on the Photo set above for an enlarged photo Item: Type: Hanna Provenance: Price lsar130 A fairly thin mottled light gray and tan with blue speckles chert Hanna dart point.(Which leads me to believe that this was some warrior/hunter's "lucky point" which he turned into a pendant, although this usage is not listed on the COA) Flaking patterns are mostly percussion on the faces with very fine secondary pressure flaking patterns to the edges.