A collector grade example of a Paleo Uniface Knife found in Tuscarawas County Ohio. Very thin with excellent workmanship and form. In fine condition with a perforator / graver at one end and finger platform. Made of a high quality Hornstone or possibly Sonora with ancient patina and mineralization. Out of the Robert Converse collection, well known collector, author, and editor of the Ohio Archaeological Society Magazine. Measures 3 11/16" x 1 3/8".
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