A rare and fine example of a Transitional Paleo Marianna found in Mercer County Kentucky. Thin with great early workmanship and form. Exhibits parallel and diagonal and even some oblique flaking. Light ancient grinding concentrated on both sides of constricted stem. Made of colorful two tone chert with ancient patina and mineralization. Superb example of a rare Transitional Paleo type even in its source location. Measures 3 1/8" in length.
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