A superb example of a Paleo Uniface Knife found in Fayette County Indiana. A classic Paleo Tool made on a large uniface flake with nice form and fine secondary flaking. Mostly uniface with some flaking on the flat side. Interesting piece with one side worked to a drill / awl form, maybe a chisel. A multipurpose knife, scraper and awl. Both ends show good ancient use wear polish. A paleo era survival tool. Made of quality Indiana Hornstone with ancient patina and mineralization. Measures 3 1/16" in length.
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