Either an Indiana or a Kentucky find, the last owner couldn't recall--hard to say which, considering this super quality of hornstone can be found in both states. Length is right at 1&3/16" by 1&1/16", somewhat translucent to sunlight, as the photo shows. The base is done in the 'fractured base' form of Decatur, flat laterally removed flakes that began on each end of the cornernotched base. The only thing which keeps the point from an almost perfect grade is that the tip ends in a tiny flat plane, wear from the last time the point was used in Early Archaic tool using. Every detail is lifetime guaranteed authentic, period. No additional charge for shipping, and payment to be by either check or money order--Roy A.
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