A very nice example of an early Knife - Square Knife found in Fairfield County Ohio. Well made with nice workmanship, fluted on one side. Piece exhibits ancient use wear towards pointed end, heavy use as a scraper and a finger platform that fits the hand. Probably best described as a multipurpose tool but I see characteristics of a Square Knife. Interesting piece of flint. Made of Coshocton with ancient patina and heavy mineralization. Measures 3 5/8" in length.
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