A fine example of a Paleo Knife found in Tuscarawas County Ohio. Sturdy and well made with great workmanship and flaking. Steeply beveled knife edge with a beveled end scraper base. Nice early multipurpose tool form made of near Zaleski quality Coshocton 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 3/16".
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