Found in the creeks of Union or Webster County, Kentucky, hornstone, 3&9/16" by 1&7/16". The way the tip is shaped it's clear the piece was even longer as first made--the tip narrows very fast, and was thinned by the Mid Archaic hunter, it tells you there was an impact fracture that was "dressed up" to keep the big knife in service. There was very minor dulling (not outright grinding) to the stem, as basal grinding wasn't a Benton trait. Patination is absolutely, positively no-brainer, every detail of the point lifetime guaranteed authentic. Shipping is free, and payment to be by either check or money order--Roy A.
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