An exceptional example of a Woodland Bulverde? found in Mason County Texas. In excellent condition, thin and well made with great form and outstanding workmanship. A very well made example with beautiful parallel flaking, an anciently ground hafting area and multiple thinning strikes up from the base. Made of attractive high quality semi translucent Edwards. I was honestly leaning towards Scottsbluff on this piece, the form is right, the parallel flaking and ground basal area fits the type. I've owned many Bulverde's and can say they were typical of Woodland characteristics with random flaking, barbed shoulders and no basal grinding. You be the judge. Whatever the type it's an exceptional piece of flint with excellent workmanship. Comes with a Rogers COA. Measures 3.25" x 1.25".
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