No damage, excellent grade of hornstone, super heavy basal edge grinding, a full flute on one face, and creek patination--about all you could ask for was a bit more than the 2.5" length to call this a legitimate grade ten--still might stretch the definition of a G-10 to fit, it's that fine of a creek find. The piece comes from southwest Indiana, found in March of this year. Absolutely every detail is lifetime guaranteed authentic. Shipping is free, and payment to be by either check or money order--Roy A.
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