A point that's been in my collection for some time now, a creek find from the Union--Webster--Henderson County, Kentucky, area.It's not a hornstone or a Ft. Payne flint, has a good silicate level, though, and produced fine pressure flaking by the /Mid Archaic knapper. The basal edge is deliberately dulled, something Benton flintworkers weren't known for--possibly done because the stem is so short, the hunter thought it would abrade the sinew lashings. Length is 2&7/8" by a fraction under 1" width--very balanced at 1/4" thickness, both sides cambered. There is a small wear-chip on the tip, ancient. With as smooth as the blade edges are it doesn't look like the blade had much sharpening before being lost. Every detail is lifetime guaranteed authentic, period. Shipping comes with the $53 price, and payment to be by either check or M.O.--RoyA.
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