A collector grade example of a Clovis Biface Blade found in Humphreys County Tennessee. In excellent condition, exhibits end to end percussion flaking on both faces and secondary edge flaking. Thin for size with a fluting platform set up at base. St. Louis Clovis form in this piece with the top two thirds being the widest and constricts / narrows towards the base. Rare at this late stage of refinement. Made of Fort Payne chert with heavy ancient patina and mineralization. Measures 4.25" x 1 7/8".
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