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arrowheadsTwelve Obsidian and Chert Projectiles.
Sixteen Obsidian and Chert Projectiles found in Oregon housed in a Riker Case. These artiacts vary from about one inch to 2-1/4 inches in length.
Item P5056  $49.95



arrowheadsTwelve Obsidian and Chert Projectile Points.
Found in Oregon, displayed in a Sgt. Riker Case. These specimens range from about 5/8 inches to 2 inches long.
Item P5055  $79.95



arrowheadsWaratan Notched Point.
This point was recovered in Hanover County, Virginia and is made of Quartzite. It measure's 1-1/2" long.
Item P5054  $34.95





arrowheadsFive small and original Arrow heads.
These five arrow heads were picked up in Oregon many years ago. Four are Obsidian and the white and gray one is of another material, help requested. These are not reproductions!
Item P5052  $89.00



arrowheadSmall Arrowhead.
This arrowhead was recovered along the James River in Chesterfield County, Virginia.
It measures approximately 1-1/4" tall by 1" wide.
Item P5047  $15.00





stoneIndian Gaming Stone.
This stone was excavated in New Jersey.
It was used for playing chunky, and it weighs
10.25 oz.
Item P5041  $275.00


arrowheadsArrowhead Collection.
These arrowheads were excavated in West Point, Virginia.
Most are made of Quartz, one is made of Quartzite and the
large one is made of a slate like material. They all are from
the Woodlands period. Your purchase includes the arrow-
heads beautifully displayed in a Sgt. Riker case as shown in
the picture. The smaller ones measure approximately 1" to
1-1/2" tall, and the large one shown is 3" tall.
Item P5035  $125.95

pointWest Virginia Arrowhead Collection.
In the center of this beautiful collection is a Lancelot point made of gray Flint. The one on the left is a side draw knife. The one on the far right may be a drill, although it shows side knotching that could have been hafted for spearing fish. There are four medium sized points, which are most likely aarowheads. Your purchase includes the durable ABS type case shown in the picture. From left to right: the first one measures approximately 2-1/2" by 3/4", the second 1.5" by 3/4", the third 1" by3/4" the Lancelot 2-1/2" by 1-1/2", the fifth 1-1/4" by 1", the sixth 1-1/4 by 1" and the last one 2-1/4" by 1/4".
Item P5032  $150.00

pointShell Necklace.
This shell was recovered in an Indian encampment
in Hanover County Virginia. This trade shell came
in from the coast, which is more than 120 miles away.
Item P5031  $45.00

pointFully grooved Axe.
This artifact was recovered in New Jersey more than 75 years ago. It is shaped at the top showing evidence that it was ground down. Considerable usage, as is evident by the wear on the bottom, and by the abraided top. This axe measure's approximately 5-1/4" long by 3" at it's widest.
Item P5029  $145.00

pointUnusual side notched Lancelot Missouri point.
This point is made of white and gray banded flint. Just slightly over 2 & 1/2” long and 1 & 1/8"wide. This pretty and original spear point is one that you don’t see very often.
Item P5026  $75.00



pointLarge Savannah River Lance Point.
This point was excavated in South Carolina. It appears to be made of Chert. It has some pressure flaking across the edge of the tip, but lithic reduction was probably accomplished using hammer stones and a percussion flaking technique. This artifact measures 4-1/4" tall by 1-3/4.
Item P5025  $295.00


stoneIndian Gaming Stone.
This stone was excavated in Central Virginia.
It was used for playing chunky, and it weighs 8oz.
Item P5023  $150.00



arrowheads6 Arrowheads and 4 Stone Tools.
These 10 artifacts were excavated in Tennessee,
and are original in all regards. Your purchase includes
them beautifully displayed in a Sgt. Riker case as shown
in the picture.
Item P5020  $48.95

points10 Lancelot Points.
These beautiful points were excavated in Tennessee,
and are original in all regards. Your purchase includes
the points displayed in a Sgt. Riker case, as shown
in the picture.
Item P5019  $89.95

arrowheads6 Arrowheads.
These medium sized arrowheads were excavated in Tennessee.
They are original in all regards, and your purchase includes them
beautifully displayed in a Sgt. Riker case as shown in the picture.
Item P5018  $64.95


points4 Lancelot Points.
These beautiful points were excavated in Tennessee.
They are original in all regards, and your purchase
includes the points displayed in a Sgt. Riker case as
shown in the picture.
Item P5017  $49.95

fleshing toolWoodlands Period Flint Fleshing Tool.
I believe this artifact was excavated in the mid west.
It was used to remove flesh from an animals bone,
and it measures 2-1/4" long and 1.5" wide.
Item P5016  $45.00

knifeLarge Sidedraw Cody Style Knife.
I believe this knife is made from gray flint. It is heavy duty with
a nice natural gray patina, and most likely was made for cutting
meats. This artifact measures 4.5" long, and was most likely found
in the mid west.
Item P5015  $295.00


knife19th Century Flint Knapping Knife.
This knife was used for cutting flint for a flintlock musket.
It measures 3-3/4 " tall, and included in your purchase is
the nice wooden display box that is shown in the picture.
The box measures 8" x 8" x 2.5".
Item P5013  $69.99


bow and arrowsAfrican Bow And Arrows.
This artifact comes from Somalia, complete with a watertight quiver. The ends of the quiver are covered with animal gut. The quiver is made from one contiguous piece of wood and is a marvel to see. The wood of the quiver is unknown, but we believe the wood of the bow to be a type of Teak or Osage but uncertain. The quiver measures 26-3/4", the length of the bow is 47" The draw length of the bow is 24" based on the length of the arrow. Inside of the pouch is a piece of cordage the appears to be the same as used on the arrows. Please! This is a wonderful and original Aboriginal bow, quiver and arrow set which was as well engineered as anything found in the world at that time.
Item P5011   $695.00 SOLD


axeChipped Stone Axe.
This axe was recovered in King William County, Virginia
along the Mattoponi River. It is made of brown quartzite
and was manufactured with minimal work.
Item P5010   $61.75 SOLD




stoneQuartzite Burnishing Stone.
This stone was found in Central Virginia and we believe it was used to finish arrows. Note the indentation in the end which could have been used for scraping and reducing. This is a very rare artifact and if you believe this stone had another use please advise.
Item P5009   $90.25 SOLD


pointArrowhead.
This beautiful arrowhead was recovered
in Central Virginia. We believe the number
that is on it is the date the digger found it.
This piece measures just a little over 2 inches
tall and 1.25 inches at its widest.
Item P5006   $45.00