My Grandfather took pride in having only the best specimen of each variety of points in his collection. This is another example of unusual quality, symmetry and workmanship in a point. Museum quality! It is from the Early Archaic period, 7,500 to 9,000 years old. First discovered at the Ray Long site, the Angostura Reservoir in South Dakota, then found across the plains states from Texas to Canada. The diagonal flaking and beveling are remarkable AND this knife also has well crafted serrations on both sides. Nice concave base with a full stem and sharp tip. The material is brown colored chert. Very well priced for this unusual artifact! Comes with a Dwain Rogers COA.
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