1.First we have a Fluted Paleo Cumberland point found in Williamson Co, Tennessee by Richard Earl Norman and measures 3.5/8 inches long and is 1.1/8 inches wide. This piece was once an amazing piece made from a high quality Fort Payne Chert. It shows great fluting and workmanship. This point is an invaluable study piece! Super rare form.
Ex Mitch Lewis
2.Next we have a Fluted Paleo Redstone/Gainey Point found in Tennessee and it is made from a high grade Blue tabular chert. It measures 3 1/8” in length. This piece was fractured and then salvaged in ancient times. Even though it has plenty of character it is still a beautiful point and a Very rare study piece. Dickey coa
3.Last but not least we have a Fluted Paleo Clovis that was found in Franklin county Missouri and is made from a nice grade of Burlington chert. It measures 3 7/8” in length. Unfortunately it was found with one ear fractured off from the base and then was sadly restored in modern times. There is a picture on the Meadow’s coa showing the point in its true form. Pictured in “The Archaeology of Missouri” first volume by Carl Chapman.
Ex Richard Brownlee
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