A fine example of an Early Archaic Cobbs Knife found along the Wabash River in Knox County Indiana. In excellent condition, thin and well made with nice workmanship and form. Slightly beveled and close to first stage. Made of Fort Payne or possibly a finer grained Harrodsburg or something similar with ancient patina and mineralization. Measures 2.75" in length.
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