A very nice example of a Beveled Blade found in Kerr County Texas. In fine condition, thin and well made with nice workmanship. Alternate bevels similar to a Cobbs Knife. The base is also beveled like an end scraper and opposite side shows polish from use wear. Interesting artifact, possibly more of a multipurpose tool than knife. Made of high quality and semi translucent chert with ancient patina and mineralization. Measures 3 15/16" in length.
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