A very nice example of Woodland Hopewell found in Mason County West Virginia. In good condition with no modern damage. Exhibits ancient use wear on distal end, worked down to drill form. Made of black Kanawha Chert with ancient patina and mineralization. Nice piece of flint. Measures 3" in length.
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