A superb example of a Woodland Hopewell Snyders found in Metcalfe County Kentucky. In fine condition with a minor ancient ear nick. The best flaking and workmanship I've seen on a smaller Hopewell but I'm sure the jewel Sonora has something to do with that. Extremely thin with classic form made of very high quality and colorful Sonora Flint. Even with the ancient wear to one ear this is a superb example of the type. Ex - Dickinson. Measures 1.75" x 1.25".
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